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U N H H OC K E Y 2013-14 UNH Men’s Hockey Guide

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 Atheltic Department Staff.......................................................10 Support Staff Profiles................................................................11 Jerry Azumah Performance Center.....................................12 Friends of UNH Hockey............................................................13 ’Cats in the Community...........................................................14 Whittemore Center/Ticket Information...................... 15-17

The Coaches

Head Coach Dick Umile.................................................... 18-21 Associate Head Coach Scott Borek......................................22 Associate Head Coach Jim Tortorella..................................23 Wildcat Hockey Staff.......................................................... 24-25 All-Time Assistant Coaches....................................................25

2013-14 Preview Numerical Roster.

Season Outlook................................................................... 26-27 Numerical Roster .......................................................................28 Pronunciation Guide................................................................28 Roster Breakdown (By State and Class)..............................28

Meet the 2013-14 Wildcats

#5 Captain Eric Knodel.............................................................29 #12 Justin Agosta.......................................................................30 #27 Kevin Goumas.....................................................................31 #18 Jeff Silengo..........................................................................32 #21 Nick Sorkin...........................................................................33 #10 Dalton Speelman...............................................................34 #35 Jeff Wyer...............................................................................35 #17 Jay Camper..........................................................................36 #29 Casey DeSmith...................................................................37 #28 Grayson Downing.............................................................38 #46 Ryan Randall .......................................................................39 #19 Casey Thrush.......................................................................40 #6 Trevor van Riemsdyk...........................................................41 #9 Matt Willows..........................................................................42 #13 Dab Correale/ #14 Maxim Geaudreault....................43 #8 Jamie Hill/ #24 Collin MacDonald..................................44 #22 Brett Pesce/ #3 Harry Quast...........................................45 #32 Jamie Regan/ #23 Kyle Smith........................................46 #20 Collin Borque/ #2 Matias Cleland.................................47 #16 Tyler Kelleher/ #4 Dylan Maller.....................................48 Andrew Silsby..............................................................................49

Hockey East Association/All-Time Series

This is Hockey East.....................................................................50 UNH in the Hockey East Tournament.................................51 Composite Schedule......................................................... 52-53 All-Time Series Records...........................................................54

2012-13 Season in Review

Final Statistics..............................................................................55 Final Results.................................................................................56 Game Summaries............................................................... 57-63

In 2012-13, Casey DeSmith set a program record with 203:32 of shutout play in the net for the Wildcats. His streak of scoreless play included three-straight shutouts in early November. DeSmith’s play in the net helped lift the Wildcats to No. 1 in the nation for the first time since 2007.

UNH Hockey Records

Team and Individual Records................................................64 Single-Season Records/Career Scoring Leaders.............65 Wildcat Century Club...............................................................65 Goaltending Records................................................................66 Year-by-Year at a Glance..........................................................67 Year-by-Year Goals/Assists/Points Leaders.......................68 Year-by-Year Goaltending Leaders......................................69 All-Time vs. 2012-13 Opponents................................... 70-76 Year-by-Year Results.......................................................... 77-89

UNH Hockey History Hobey Baker Award Winner...................................................90

All-Time Wildcat Captains.......................................................91 UNH Hockey- “The Tradition Continues”..................... 92-99 Wildcats in the NCAA Tournament...................................100 Wildcats in the Hall of Fame.................................................101 Annual Regional Awards.......................................................102 .Annual Team Awards....................................................103-104 All-Time Alphabetical Roster..................................... 105-109 All-Time Numerical Roster.......................................... 110-112

UNH Hockey Players Among Nation’s Elite

Wildcats in the NHL/Stanley Cup Champions..... 113-114 Current Wildcats in the Draft..............................................115 Other Wildcats in Hockey.....................................................115 Wildcats in the NHL Draft.....................................................116 UNH All-Americans........................................................ 117-122 Wildcat Hobey Baker Finalists/Award Winner..... 123-124 Jason Krog- Hobey Baker Memorial Award................... 125 Road to the Frozen Four........................................................126

Credits: The 2013-14 University of New Hampshire Men’s Ice Hockey Media Guide was written and edited by the UNH Athletic Communications Office. Design and layout by Tom Wilkins. Special thanks to Mike Murphy, Alex Comeau, Jon Luszcz, Jared Fieldsend, Erika Rudiger, Andrew Doyle and Doug Poole for their editorial and layout assistance. Photography by Gil Talbot, Michelle Bronner, Phil Noury, Mike Silverwood, Mike Ralph, Josh Gibney, Gregory Greene, Steve Babineau, Brad Olson and UNH Photo Services. Cover Design by Asia Williams (Learfield Sports).

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UNH HOCKEY 2013-14 Men’s Ice Hockey Roster Information Lettermen Lost (6): Austin Block (F), Greg Burke (F), Connor Hardowa (D), John Henrion (F), Brett Kostolansky (D), Scott Pavelski (F) Lettermen Returning (22): Justin Agosta (D), Jay Camper (F), Dan Correale (F), Casey DeSmith (G), Grayson Downing (F), Maxim Gaudreault (F), Kevin Goumas (F), Jamie Hill (F), Eric Knodel (D), Collin MacDonald (F), Brett Pesce (D), Harry Quast (D), Ryan Randall (D), Jamie Regan (G), Jeff Silengo (F), Kyle Smith (F), Nick Sorkin (F), Dalton Speelman (F), Casey Thrush (F),Trevor van Riemsdyk (D), Matt Willows (F), Jeff Wyer (G) Incoming Players (4): Collin Bourque (F), Matias Cleland (D), Tyler Kelleher (F), Dylan Maller (D) 2013-14 Men’s Ice Hockey Schedule (Subject to change) Date Opponent Time Sat Oct. 5 Acadia 7:00 PM Ice Breaker Tournament (Minneapolis, Minn.) Fri Oct. 11 vs. Clarkson 5:00 PM Sat Oct. 12 vs. Minnesota or Mercyhurst 5 or 8 PM Fri Oct. 18 Michigan 7:30 PM Sat Oct. 19 Michigan 7:00 PM Sat Oct. 26 at Rensselaer 7:00 PM Fri Nov. 1 at UMass Lowell * 7:15 PM Sat Nov. 2 UMass Lowell * 7:00 PM Fri Nov. 8 Massachusetts * 7:30 PM Sat Nov. 9 at Massachusetts * 7:00 PM Tue Nov. 12 Brown 7:00 PM Fri Nov. 15 at Northeastern * 7:00 PM Sat Nov. 16 Northeastern * 7:00 PM Fri Nov. 22 at Providence * 7:00 PM Sat Nov. 23 at Providence * 7:00 PM Tue Nov. 26 Harvard 7:00 PM Fri Nov. 29 at Colorado College 9:37 PM Sat Nov. 30 at Colorado College 9:07 PM Fri Dec. 6 at Boston College * 7:00 PM Sat Dec. 7 Boston College * 7:00 PM Florida College Classic (Estero, Fla.) Sat Dec. 28 vs. Cornell 7:35 PM Sun Dec. 29 vs. Princeton or Maine 4:05/7:35 PM Fri Jan. 3 Neb.-Omaha 7:30 PM Sat Jan. 4 Neb.-Omaha 7:00 PM Sat Jan. 11 vs. Dartmouth @ Manchester, NH 5:00 PM Fri Jan. 17 Union 7:30 PM Sat Jan. 18 Union 7:00 PM Fri Jan. 24 Maine * 7:30 PM Sun Jan. 26 at Maine * 2:00 PM Fri Jan. 31 Notre Dame * 7:30 PM Sat Feb. 1 Notre Dame * 4:00 PM Fri Feb. 7 Vermont * 7:30 PM Sat Feb. 8 Vermont * 7:00 PM Fri Feb. 14 Boston U. * 7:00 PM Sat Feb. 15 at Boston U. * 7:00 PM Fri Feb. 28 at Merrimack * 7:00 PM Sat Mar. 1 at Merrimack * 7:00 PM

2013-14 WILDCAT MEN’S HOCKEY QUICK FACTS Location................................................................................ Durham, NH 03824 Founded.......................................................................................................... 1866 Enrollment................................................................................................... 14,596 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.................................................... 519-276-94/24 years Record at School/Years..............................................................................same Hockey East Record/Years........................................ 323-166-81/23 years Associate Head Coach..............................Scott Borek (Dartmouth, 1985) ..................................................................................Jim Tortorella (Maine, 1981) Goaltender Coach.........................................Dan Lupi (Assumption, 2002) Sports Psychology................ Tim Churchard (New Hampshire, 1967) 2012-13 Overall Record.......................................................................20-12-7 2012-13 Conference Record/Finish.......... 13-8-6(3rd place/5th seed) Lettermen Returning/Lost/Newcomers ........................................ 22/6/8 2013-14 Captain...............................................................................Eric Knodel 2013-14 Alternate Captains..................Jeff Wyer, Trevor van Riemsdyk Hockey Administrative Assistant..................................... Mira Frase Asst. AD for Hockey Operations...............................................Colin Shank Assoc. AD for Athletic Communications/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

Home games in bold. * =Hockey East games. All Times Eastern Standard Time.

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the University of New Hampshire Athletic Communications OFFICE welcomes members of the media covering the Wildcats during the 2013-14 season. The UNH hockey media guide was prepared by the University of New Hampshire Athletic Communications 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 Communications, Field House 151, 145 Main Street, Durham, NH 03824, (603) 862-0730, Tom.Wilkins@unh.edu The primary responsibility of the Athletic Communications office, which is located in Room 151 of the Field House (145 Main Street, Durham, NH), is to promote the 20 varsity sports at the University of New Hampshire. Included in this responsibility is working with media members, the promotion of student-athletes for academic and athletic awards (on the conference, regional and national levels), press releases, the production of media guides, game notes and programs, the maintenance of (team and individual) statistics and the content of the official UNH athletics website (www.unhwildcats.com) as well as related social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. The office’s newest venture is UNH Wildcat Productions, which provides video content for the website – live video streaming of home games, game highlights and various features – as well as produce televised games and Inside Wildcat Country, which is a monthly televised magazine show. UNH’s Athletic Media & Public Relations office consists of an Associate Athletic Director for Communications, two Associate Directors, two Assistant Directors and a Director of UNH Wildcat Productions as well as a corps of student workers. Tom Wilkins (Assumption ‘03) was elevated to the position of Associate Athletic Director for Communications in July 2011 after serving as Assistant Director of Athletic Media & Public Relations for two years. He had rejoined the staff in summer 2007 as an office Associate Director and held that title until being promoted; Wilkins initially worked as an Athletic Media Relations Assistant at UNH in 2003-04. The remainder of the full-time staff consists of associate directors Doug Poole (UNH ‘93) and Mike Murphy (Syracuse ‘95), assistant directors Jon Luszcz (Endicott ‘12) and Alex Comeau (Husson College ‘11) as well as the director of UNH Wildcat Productions Jared Fieldsend (Thomas College ‘10). Poole joined the office in June 1997, Murphy and Fieldsend started in summer 2010 followed by Comeau in spring 2012 and Luszcz in the summer of 2013. 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. 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 Communications 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 Communications 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 in the press conference room following Umile. INTERVIEWS: All requests for player or coach interviews, either in person or via phone, will be arranged by the UNH Athletic Communications 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 by Wednesday night for that weekend’s games. The game notes are also available in pdf format at http://www.unhwildcats.com. NEW HAMPSHIRE ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS: The UNH Athletic Communications Office is located on the main level of the Field House, in Room 151. The mailing address is Athletic Communications Office, University of New Hampshire, Field House, 145 Main St., Durham, NH, 03824.

For all up-to-date information via the internet (schedule, broadcast info and scores) on UNH Hockey and UNH athletics visit WWW.UNHWILDCATS.COM

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UNH HOCKEY Wildcat Sports Network UNH on the Radio: In 2013-14, UNH athletics to proud to annouce — the largest network ever to broadcast UNH sporting events. The Wildcat Sports Radio Network is made up of over 10 stations across the state with blanketing coverage across the state. Location Call Letters Station # Concord-Meredith WZEI-FM 101.5 Dover-Portsmouth-Rochester WPKX-AM 930 Dover-Portsmouth-Rochester WQSO-FM 96.7 Keene WEEY-FM 93.5 Lebanon-Claremont-Hanover WTSL-AM 1400 Lebanon-Claremont-Hanover WTSL-FM 94.3 Lebanon-Claremont-Hanover WTSL-FM 94.5 Manchester WGIR-AM 610 Nashua WSMN-AM 1590 Wolfeboro WASR-AM 1420 World-wide UNHWildcats.com Live Stream

Dan Parkhurst (UNH ‘93) is the radio and TV play-by-play voice for the UNH Men’s Hockey Team. Now a veteran hockey broadcaster, Dan first called Wildcat games as a student for WUNH radio while also working as a student manager with the men’s hockey team during his time at UNH. Additionally, Dan has also called college hockey play-by-play for NBC Sports Network, NESN, NHPTV and ESPN. He has also called NCAA Softball Regionals for ESPN. The owner of SportDesigns.com, Dan has designed and maintained athletic-related websites since 1997 and has also built and managed e-commerce platforms. In his free time, Dan is an avid and frequent golfer. He also enjoys performing live music shows on drums and guitar, often accompanied by his daughter, Riley. Dan and his wife, Lynn, live in Conway, NH with their son, Jonathan (20), and daughter, Riley (14).

Wildcat Sports Radio Network Broadcast Schedule Date Opponent Time Oct. 5 Acadia (exhibition) 6:30 PM Ice Breaker Tournmament (Minneapolis, Mn.) Oct.11 vs. Clarkson 4:30 PM Oct. 12 vs. Minnesota/Mercyhurst TBD Oct. 18 Michigan 7:00 PM Oct. 19 Michigan 6:30 PM Oct. 26 Rensselear 6:30 PM Nov. 1 at Mass.-Lowell* 6:30 PM Nov. 2 Mass.-Lowell* 6:30 PM Nov. 8 Massachusetts* 7:00 PM Nov. 9 at Massachusetts* 6:30 PM Nov. 12 Brown 6:30 PM Nov. 15 at Northeastern* 6:30 PM Nov. 16 Northeastern* 6:30 PM Nov. 22 at Providence* 6:30 PM Nov. 23 at Providence* 6:30 PM Nov. 26 Harvard 6:30 PM Nov. 29 at Colorado College 9:00 PM Nov.30 at Colorado College 8:30 PM Dec. 6 at Boston College* 6:30 PM Dec. 7 Boston College* 6:30 PM Florida College Classic (Estero, Fla.) Dec. 28 vs. Cornell 7:00 PM Dec. 29 vs. Maine/Princeton TBD Jan. 3 Nebraska-Omaha 7:00 PM Jan. 4 Nebraska-Omaha 6:30 PM Jan. 11 vs.Dartmouth (Verizon Wireless Arena) 6:30 PM Jan. 17 Union 7:00 PM Jan. 18 Union 6:30 PM Jan. 24 Maine* 7:00 PM Jan. 26 at Maine* 1:30 PM Jan. 31 Notre Dame* 7:00 PM Feb. 1 Notre Dame* 3:30 PM Feb. 7 Vermont* 7:00 PM Feb. 8 Vermont* 6:30 PM Feb. 14 Boston U.* 6:30 PM Feb. 15 at Boston U.* 6:30 PM Feb. 28 at Merrimack* 6:30 PM Mar. 1 at Merrimack* 6:30 PM

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U N H H OC K E Y Pete Webster (UNH ‘85) is entering his 21st season as the color analyst. Webster has been involved with UNH Hockey 27 of the last 30 years. Started broadcasting UNH hockey games during the 199293 season. With all-time broadcasting great Dick Osborne, Webster became full-time color analyst in January of the 1993-94 season. He has broadcasted two men’s national championship games, 1999’s Frozen Four in Anaheim and 2003 Frozen Four in Buffalo. He lists the 1999 Championship game as his most memorable broadcasting moment. Other great moments were the 2009 NCAA Regional come-from-behind win over North Dakota and the 1998 NCAA Regional Final victory over Boston University that propelled UNH to their first Frozen Four since 1979. Webster came to UNH in 1982 as a transfer student from Purdue University. Signed on as an assistant manager/skate sharpener for the Men’s Hockey Team for the 1983-84 and 1984-85 seasons under legendary head coach Charlie Holt. Majored in Physical Education/Sports Communications, earning a B.S. in 1985. Earned his teaching certificate through the UNH Master’s in Education program in 1988. While teaching in the New Hampshire seacoast, Webster came back to UNH to volunteer with UNH Sports Information (Media Relations). Currently in his 27th year as a middle school educator, teaching 6th grade math at York (ME) Middle School, Webster has coached over 60 seasons in youth and public school sports. Recently wrapped up his 19th season as the Varsity Tennis Coach at York High School.

UNH Television Broadcast Schedule Date Oct. 12 Oct. 18 Oct. 19 Nov. 2 Nov. 8 Nov. 22 Dec. 7 Jan. 3 Jan. 24 Jan. 31 Feb. 1 Feb. 7 Feb. 14

Opponent Time TBA* (If UNH plays Minnesota) 5/8:00 PM Michigan 7:30 PM Michigan 7:00 PM Mass.-Lowell* 7:00 PM Massachusetts* 7:30 PM at Providence* 7:00 PM Boston College* 7:00 PM Nebraska-Omaha 7:30 PM Maine* 7:00 PM Notre Dame* 7:30 PM Notre Dame* 4:00 PM Vermont* 7:30 PM Boston U.* 7:00 PM

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UNH Wildcat Productions and Pack Network have teamed up again to provide online streaming video of the University of New Hampshire Wildcats for the 2013-14 season. For just $99.95, you get access to dozens of exclusive live webcasts, archive recordings dating back to 2009, and premium content and special features not available on a per-game basis. Providing online streaming video of UNH football, men’s and women’s ice hockey and gymnastics, UNHWildcats.tv is the ideal way for fans, alumni and other supporters to keep track of their favorite teams all season long when they can’t make it to the games in Durham. Individual events are also available for purchase at a rate of $9.95 per game.

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UNH HOCKEY The University of New Hampshire was originally founded as a land-grant college whose mission was to shape and educate citizenry among the state’s farmers, business people and engineers. Today, the University is a land-, sea-, and space-grant university serving a growing undergraduate student body of about 11,942 and a graduate population of 2,257 in addition to 621 full-time faculty members, 86% of which have earned their doctorate degree. The University has grown into a top public research university occupying 2,600 acres of classic living and learning space while still maintaining the look and feel of a New England liberal arts college with a faculty dedicated to teaching. UNH’s student to faculty ratio registers at 18:1 with 85% of its classes having 50 students or less. HISTORY As one of the most prestigious institutions in the Northeast, the University of New Hampshire has always been recognized as a leader in education and research, spanning all fields of study and uniting them through interdisciplinary programs, labs, farms, theatres, research centers and libraries. 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 purpose for the grants was to establish colleges that would serve the sons and daughters of farming and laboring families. New Hampshire College was originally situated in Hanover, N.H. Here it was in connection with Dartmouth College before moving to Durham in 1893 after Benjamin Thompson bequeathed land and money to further the development of the college. The state legislature then granted its new charter as the University of New Hampshire in 1923. The University hosts 733 international students from more than 45 countries and boasts a population of students from all 50 states. Along with over 100 majors offered, UNH encompasses seven schools and colleges that undergraduates can choose from: the College of Liberal Arts, College of Engineering and Physical Sciences, School of Health and Human Services, College of Life Sciences and Agricultures, Whittemore School of Business and Economics, and the Thompson School of Applied Science. At the very heart of the University’s undergraduate studies is the General Education Program. The GEP is a core program with a breadth of academic subjects that aims to acquaint the student with some of the major modes of thought necessary to understand oneself, others, society and the world. The University prides itself as being a top-10 entrepreneurial campus (Forbes.com and The Princeton Review) and is among the top 30 universities nationally in science research funding from NASA. 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 an inspiring faculty of winners of the Pulitzer Prize, the National Book Award, the MacArthur Fellowship, the Edgar Allen Poe Award and the Young Poets Award. In addition, the Whittemore School of Business and Economics, established in 1962, was recently selected second among all business schools in a nationwide pool of business school deans. UNH also graduates students who attend top-notch graduate schools, including Law School at Harvard and Cornell, Engineering at Stanford, and Medical School at Dartmouth, Johns Hopkins and Harvard.

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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U N H H OC K E Y CAMPUS In the last decade, several of the athletic facilities have received major upgrades and improvements. In September of 2001, the University completed a new $2.15 million track and field facility. The Jerry Azumah Performance Center, the strength and conditioning facility located in the UNH Field House, was dedicated on July 8, 2003. UNH athletics has also added two $1.5 million outdoor artificial fields, Memorial Field and Bremner Field. Lundholm Gymnasium has received some major overhauls, including a new playing surface, new lights, new sound system, new bleacher system, new backboards and new scoreboards. The Paul Sweet Oval has been completely renovated to include new surfaces, lighting, painting, infrastructure upgrades and the replacement of windows that existed in the original architecture. In 2013, UNH unveiled the new Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics. The $50 million building came is LEED “Gold” certified, a standard of environmentally friendly design and construction. The project was largely funded through private gifts, including a record-setting $25 million gift from alumnus and philanthropist Peter T. Paul, for whom the building is named. The building has 900 classroom seats with thousands of business and non-business students coming in and out each day. Breakout rooms equipped with video screens and recording equipment provide advanced technology to enhance the way students interact with each other, faculty and members of the business community. Its Great Hall features comfortable seating areas for studying, and an on-site café supplies students with a convenient dining option. Thompson Hall, one of the standing historical landmarks of the University, has been beautifully refurbished and restored. The University also completed a $52 million renovation of Kingsbury Hall, adding 6,000 square feet of student project space for students in the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences, as well as a $4.5 million revamp of Hewitt Hall to expand the School of Health and Human Services. In addition, the new 120,000 square foot Biological Sciences Building, Rudman Hall and the Spaulding Life Sciences Renovation project now provide state-of-the-art teaching and researching laboratories. The University also spent $15 million to complete Morse Hall, a science and engineering building as well as $8.2 million to modernize the Memorial Union Building. This revision to the existing student union building consisted of several upgrades including top kitchen and dining facilities, two theaters, student mailboxes, lounges and meeting rooms, as well as additional retail spaces such as the University Bookstore. The University has also completed construction of the new dining facility on Main Street, Holloway Commons, as well as the renovation of the Dimond Library. In November of 1995, construction of the $27 million Recreation and Sport Complex reached completion. The Whittemore Center includes a state-of-the-art 6,500 to 7,500 seat arena for hockey, concerts and convocations, as well as a three-level recreational sports facility within the structure that had housed the old Snively Arena. Combining the atmosphere of a small New England liberal arts college with the resources and opportunities of a major research university, the University of New Hampshire is a place where all students can find or create their own niche and succeed. While the University offers an extremely broad academic base with an inspiring faculty, it also provides students with thousands of opportunities to get involved, either through athletics, campus recreation, student life, or research. The University is a dynamic community that not only challenges its members academically but also expands their understanding and appreciation of cultural diversity and leads to incredible growth as students, faculty, staff, and as a community.

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

Jack Edwards ’79 Announcer, Boston Bruins (NESN)

Greg Kretschmar ‘84 Host, The Morning Buzz WGIR, WHEB

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

Carlton Fisk ’69 Hall of Fame Baseball Player

Kathryn Kross ’82 Executive Producer, “Bloomberg News”

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

Corey Graham ’07 NFL Player, Baltimore Ravens

Bobby Butler ‘10 NHL Player, Florida Panthers

John Irving ’65 Author, “Cider House Rules”

Richard Linnehan ’80 NASA Astronaut John Lynch ’74 Former New Hampshire Governor

Karyn Bye ’94 1998 Olympic Gold, Ice Hockey

Natalie Jacobson ’65 Former News Anchor, Boston TV

Jackie MacMullan ’82 Journalist, ESPN & ESPN.com

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

Chip Kelly ’90 Head Coach, Philadelphia Eagles

Mike Minnigan ’78 Owner, Minigan Properties; Former VP AOL

Ron Noble ’79 Secretary General, Interpol Mike O’Malley ’92 Actor, “Glee”, “Yes, Dear” Mike Ontkean ‘70 Actor, “Slap Shot” Peter Paul ’67 Owner, Paul Financial & Peter Paul Wines Robert Towse ’63 Senior Partner, Morgan Stanley Barbara Walsh ’81 Pulitzer-prize winner, Portland Press Herald

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UNH HOCKEY Mark W. Huddleston was elected the 19th president of the University of New Hampshire in July 2007, bringing three decades of experience in public and private education as a faculty member, dean and senior administrator. At UNH, President Huddleston oversees the implementation of a strategic plan that is transforming the University’s mission as the state’s flagship public research university and one the nation’s few land-, sea- and space-grant universities. Created through a collaboration of faculty, students, staff, alumni and the University’s wider communities, this effort challenges the University to be innovative, entrepreneurial and responsive so that it can remain vital and financially sustainable. The plan continues to guide the University’s diverse work, from its response to a historic cut in state support in 2011 to the creation of groundbreaking new initiatives. Among these are: the integration of UNH and the UNH School of Law (formerly Franklin Pierce Law Center), an expansion of the UNH Manchester campus and the creation of the Emerging Technology Center, the construction of the Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics, UNH’s participation in an agreement to double the number of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) graduates by 2025, and the development of a comprehensive fundraising campaign. President Huddleston has also advocated for a dramatic increase in international engagement. In 2010, UNH launched the state’s only Confucius Institute with a partnership with Chengdu University, entered a partnership with Navitas, an Australian firm that recruits and supports international students, and celebrated the 25th anniversary of the International Affairs Dual Major. In May 2013, President Huddleston’s leadership as a strategic thinker, fiscal steward and collaborative problem-solver was recognized with his appointment to the newly formed Governor’s Commission on State Government Innovation, Efficiency and Transparency. President Huddleston was raised in Syracuse, N.Y., and was the first member of his family to attend college. He earned his bachelor’s degree in political science from the State University of New York-Buffalo, and both a master’s degree and Ph.D. in political science from the University of Wisconsin–Madison. He began his academic career at SUNY-Buffalo in 1977 as an assistant professor of political science. In 1980, he joined the faculty of the University of Delaware, where he served 24 years. There, he chaired the Department of Political Science and International Relations and was associate provost for international programs. In 2001, he was named dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, overseeing 45 academic departments and centers, and serving in that capacity until he was named president of Ohio Wesleyan University in 2004. An author of numerous books and articles, he has been a consultant for both the U.S. government and international organizations. He also served as an adviser in Bosnia on rebuilding financial and administrative infrastructures after the Dayton accords. President Huddleston is an incorporator of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation and serves on the board of directors of the New Hampshire Business Committee for the Arts. He and his wife, Emma Bricker, have three children, Andy, Kate and Giles.

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The 2013-14 academic year will mark the 14th year Marty Scarano will serve as the 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. His many accomplishments 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. The Graduation Success Rate (GSR) of UNH athletes during the 2012-13 academic year was 87 percent, amongst 20 varsity sports. Additionally, the NCAA honored five Wildcat teams that scored a perfect Academic Progress Rate (APR)¬¬¬ of 1,000. The UNH teams include: men’s skiing, women’s cross country, women’s indoor track & field, women’s outdoor track & field and gymnastics. Men’ soccer and women’s lacrosse were ranked at the top in America East with scores of 985 and 991 respectively. The football team and men’s ice hockey team were runner’s up in their respective conferences, registering scores of 991 and 978. Women’s swimming & diving posted the second highest score amongst all New Hampshire sports with a 994 mark. In the America East Academic Cup, UNH finished second for the third time in the last four years, achieving a 3.18 cumulative grade-point average. It is UNH’s highest GPA in the 18-year history of the award. New Hampshire led all institutions with 108 student-athletes on the 2012 America East Fall Academic Honor Roll while earning the highest percentage of student-athletes named to the 2012-13 America East Winter/Spring Academic Honor Roll. New Hampshire had 155 honorees, which represented 72 percent of the student-athletes who competed in those seasons an improvement of 10 percent from the previous year. Scarano has helped elevate moving UNH athletics into the collegiate national arena. To accomplish that goal, the University has taken on the task of hosting major NCAA championships. The Wildcat athletic department has played host to highly successful NCAA Men’s Ice Hockey Northeast Regionals at the Verizon Wireless Arena (Manchester, N.H.) in 2004, 2007, 2009, 2011 and 2013. UNH was host of the NCAA Women’s Ice Hockey Frozen Four at 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 at the Whittemore Center Arena. The women’s hockey team also played in the first outdoor game in the history of NCAA women’s hockey in 2010 at the Sun Life Frozen Fenway game and defeated Northeastern while the men’s squad played in the 2012 Sun Life Frozen Fenway game against Maine. Football also competed in Colonial Clash games at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass. in 2010 and 2011 against UMass. During Scarano’s tenure, UNH teams have made 44 NCAA post-season appearances and captured 14 conference titles. Gymnastics has participated in 12 NCAA tournaments, leading all programs over that span. Men’s hockey holds a pair of Hockey East titles and has made 11 trips to the NCAA tournament, including Frozen Four appearances in 2002 and 2003. The football program has qualified for the NCAA FCS postseason for a nation leading nine consecutive seasons and advanced to the quarterfinals six times during the streak. Women’s ice hockey has seen NCAA action five times with two Frozen Four appearances. The squad also captured consecutive Hockey East Championships from 2006-09. The field hockey team captured its second ever America East crown in 2011 en route to its second national tournament appearance under Scarano’s tutelage. Volleyball has made a pair of NCAA appearances after capturing back-to-back conference titles in 2002 and 2003. Women’s lacrosse has too earned a pair of NCAA berths (2004, 2008), one coming after an America East championship victory in 2004. Additionally, 24 head or assistant coaches have won 65 “Coach of the Year” awards during Scarano’s tenure, ranging from conference coach of the year to New England and Northeast Regional Coach of the Year, honors. Furthermore, head football coach Sean McDonnell garnered the Eddie Robinson National Coach of the Year by The Sports Network in 2005 after a stellar 11-2 campaign. There has been over $10 million in capital improvements since Scarano’s hiring in the summer of 2000. Recently, the athletic training room has been completely renovated over the winter break of the 2012-13 academic year. With a redesigned layout, energy efficient lighting and state-of-the art equipment, the athletic training room is larger, more comfortable, enjoyable and efficient for student-athletes and staff. Last year, a new scoreboard was put in at Cowell Stadium while the football locker room received a facelift as part the most recent renovation phase. Changes to the locker room included a new lighting system while a 55-inch flat-screen TV and Fathead-designed murals featuring former players and UNH historical images were added to the walls. A memorial of Todd Walker was also added in honor of the former Wildcat wide receiver who suffered an untimely and heroic death in March of 2011. In the summer of 2007, the Cowell Stadium grass field was replaced with a $1 million Field Turf synthetic surface. As part of a $650,000 renovation project in the summer of 2011, the field turf at Bremner Field was replaced with a new state-of-the-art surface used by many varsity teams and for student recreational activities. 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. Additionally in 2007, a complete renovation of Lundholm Gymnasium was undertaken.The $600,000 overhaul included a new state-of-the-art bleacher system, new scoreboards, competition baskets and other aesthetic enhancements. In 2007, Scarano was also awarded the National Association of College Directors of Athletics (NACDA) AD of the Year for the FCS. Additionally, Scarano was also named the All-American Football Foundation Athletic Director of the Year for FCS football in the Northeast region. Scarano has 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 and is currently on the America East Executive Council. Most recently, Scarano was a member of the Hockey East restructuring team that successfully recruited Notre Dame and the University of Connecticut to the conference. Outside of athletics, Scarano is in his 11th year on the Board of Corporators at Canterbury Shaker Village, a non-profit museum located in Canterbury, N.H. Before arriving at the University of New Hampshire, Scarano held the position of Athletics Director at Colorado College from July 1996 through June 2000. 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. 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 three children, Lynden, Kyle, a junior at UNH, and Corey who will be enrolling at UNH as well this fall.

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UNH HOCKEY 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, Fall ‘09 and Fall ‘11. 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 student-athletes give to the school, the University administers a comprehensive program of academic support services that is available to all student-athletes. This program includes the monitoring Joanne Carly Brandon of academic progress and providing tutorial services, as well as interacting with the academic advisors within the various colleges. M aldari B arbato Thomas Serving as Student-Athlete Support Coordinator is Assistant Athletic for Academic Support 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 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. Carly Barbato was appointed as the Coordinator of Student-Athlete Academic Support during the winter of 2013. Earning her Bachelor of Science in Biology with a minor of Exercise Science at St. Lawrence University in 2007, she was a four-year letterwinner as a goalkeeper, earning Liberty League Honorable Mention in her final two seasons. Additionally, she was named a co-captain in her senior season. Draper also earned her Master of Arts in Educational Leadership at Loyola University of Maryland in 2009 while working as a graduate assistant coach for the women’s soccer team. At UNH, she will provide comprehensive support services to student-athletes, mentoring, counseling, and proactive monitoring. Furthermore, she will tutor and meet one-on-one with academically “at risk” student-athletes. Draper will serve as a liaison between prospective student-athletes and families during the recruiting process regarding the academic services UNH offers. Before her current position, she served as an assistant coach for women’s soccer team at UNH as well an academic center supervisor and tutor. In the dual role, Barbato’s accolades with the Wildcats include: CoSIDA Capital One All-Academic All America District 1 First Team (2012), America East All-Academic Team (2012), America East Commissioner’s Honor Roll (2010), Defensive Most Valuable Player (2010) and All-Tournament Team at the University of Vermont TD Bank Classic (2010). Furthermore, the women’s soccer team cumulative grade point average never fell below a 3.0 during her tenure as assistant coach. Brandon Thomas was appointed as an academic coordinator during August of 2013. A two-time time graduate from Winthrop University earning a Bachelor’s of Arts in English (2010) and a Master’s of Science in Sport & Fitness Administration (2012). Before coming to New Hampshire, Brandon worked in the athletic departments at the University of North Dakota and Belmont Abbey College.

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Cathleen “Cathy” Coakley enters her sixth year as director of Student Athlete Development at the University of New Hampshire. Coakley oversees a comprehensive educational program designed to enhance the personal/ professional development and welfare of UNH student athletes. The many areas of student athlete development include first year (Freshmen, transfer) behavioral education, Sophomore to Senior leadership and life skill development, community service projects and advising SAAC (Student Athlete Advisory Committee), the leadership group comprised of members from all 18 athletic teams. In addition, she has established and continues to expand networks and liaison relationships with other departments, organizations and resources across campus. Coakley has an extensive career in college athletics and higher education. Prior to her return to UNH, she was an instructor of Sport Marketing in the Kinesiology Department at James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA. Her curriculum included personal development, life skills, professional/ career skill inventory and assessment. She coordinated all practicums and internships required of Sport Management majors. While at JMU she served as Assistant Field Hockey Coach (2005- 2007) helping to rebuild the program and guiding the Dukes to a CAA Conference championship and NCAA appearance in 2007. Prior to her tenure at JMU, Coakley was a college basketball coach. She started her collegiate career at UNH as an assistant coach, then moved on to become the Head Coach at Fordham University in New York City. After spending several years in corporate business, Coakley returned to college basketball as an assistant coach at Northeastern University in Boston. During her years at Northeastern, the Huskies won the America East Conference championship, advancing to the NCAA tournament. Coakley is a UNH graduate, earning her Bachelor’s Degree in Earth Science and her Master’s Degree in Educational Administration.

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Steve Metcalf Deputy Athletic Director

Joanne Maldari

Assistant AD for Academic Support

Dot Sheehan

Sr. Associate Athletic Director for External Relations

Shawn Green

Assistant AD for Compliance

MichelleBronner

Sr. Associate Athletic Director for Compliance/SWA

Kate McAfee

Assistant Athletic Director for Event Management

Donna Brownell

Carrie Kimball

Amber Lilyestrom

Tom Wilkins

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Associate Athletic Director for Communications

Diane Metcalf

Heather Barber

Nicole Richard

Assistant Athletic Director for Ticketing

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U N H H OC K E Y Glenn Riefenstahl begins his 25th season as the Head Men’s Ice Hockey AthleticTrainer 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,Christine Alarcon, Katie Sheehan, 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. with their daughter Katelynn.

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Paul Chapman enters his 12th 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 Division II national champion in 1997, 1998 & 1999. Chapman has numerous certifications and is one of 50 Master Strength and Conditioning Coaches in the country. 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 sportspecific 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.

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UNH HOCKEY 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 state-of-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 AllAmerican 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 The Jerry Azumah Athletic Performance Center features state-of-the-art strength a divisional playoff game vs. the Philadelphia Eagles and and conditioning equipment provided for through the generous gift of Azumah. 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 The 4,000 square-foot facility features: in 2006 due to injuries, but he continues to keep in touch with his alma mater and is always looking for new ways • 5,000 pounds of Olympic Weights • 12 Hammer Strength Machines he can help the University, the athletic department and • 7,000 pounds of Iron Grip Dumbells • 8 Reverse Hypers/Glutham Machines the Wildcat fooball program. • 14 Powerlift Platform Stations • 5 Adjustable Benches

• 15,000 pounds of Iron Grip Weights • 2 Pilar Systems

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U N H H OC K E Y 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 levels were created and the tiny souvenir stands with hats and shirts expanded to include a range of UNH hockey memorabilia. A concession stand was added. The 50/50 raffle was started. A small group of fans and volunteers had become a significant and dedicated fundraising group and an integral part of the success of the UNH hockey program. The mission of the Friends of UNH Hockey is to promote, support and enhance the UNH hockey program. The goal may be fundraising, but the Friends are really about family and fun. The membership season kicks off in late September with the annual Face-Off-Feed and Chicken Barbecue. This event is an opportunity to renew old friendships from seasons past, catch up with returning players, meet the new team 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 season preview and pregame report before the first home game. Special Coaches Club functions continue through the season and have included tailgating with the Head Coach at a football game, pre-game meals with the coaches and team, mid-season reviews, playoff previews, and special presentations that included coach Charlie Holt’s U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame video presentation. With roots as a social organization, the general membership is invited to post-game functions held at various times during the season in the Whittemore Center Sky Box Lounge. Refreshment are provided at these members-only events and kids can take advantage of this opportunity to meet their favorite player and get that special autograph. After the season, the Friends host the Annual Awards banquet to celebrate the season and recognize the departing seniors. The Friends membership year concludes in August with the Annual Friends of UNH Hockey Golf Tournament. The Friends of UNH Hockey has become the largest and most-successful athletic booster organization at the University of 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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UNH HOCKEY 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. In 2009-10, 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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U N H H OC K E Y 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. 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-of-the-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 Arena, UNH hockey’s former home. The hockey rink became the sixth in the nation to feature an Olympic-sized ice surface (200 feet by 100 feet) - instead of standard 200 by 85.

WHITTEMORE CENTER

6,501 seats for hockey games and up to 7,200 for concerts and similar events. A total of 4,300 of the seats feature backs with arm rests on each side. The remaining seats have molded bottoms. •A bowl configuration. Fans enter at a concourse level and move down to 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)

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.

•Jogging track (4,975 square feet). •Men’s and women’s locker rooms (1,350 square feet).

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UNH HOCKEY Whittemore Center Seating Chart

National Attendance Averages 2012-13 Total Home

Men’s Hockey Season tickets: Reserved Chairback: $380.50 Side Sections 107,114: $362.50 Corner Sections 108, 113: $344.50 Reserved Endzone: $326.50 Standing Room: $308.50 Men’s Hockey Individual games Chairback: $24 (regular opponents) $26 (premium opponents) *No CB Group rate Reserved Endzone: $19 ($12 groups) GA (only available for select games): $15 ($10 groups)

Attendance

1. North Dakota 243,426 2. Minnesota 218,905 3. Wisconson 199,942 4. Nebraska-Omaha 130,200 5. Colorado College 132,607 6. Boston College 114,911 7. Minnesota-Duluth 111,715 8. Michigan State 101,789 9. UNH 93,854 10. Michigan 101,789 11. Denver 126,489 12. UMass Lowell 89,179 13. Notre Dame 123,650 Remaining Hockey East Schools 14. Boston University 86,015 17. Massachusetts 75,765 20. Vermont 67,254 32. Northeastern 47,666 36. Merrimack 42,123 43. Providence 36,219

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11,592 9,950 9,521 7,233 6,979 6,384 6,206 5,869 5,521 5,357 5,269 5,246 6,182

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4,527 4,209 3,736 2,804 2,340 2,012

Whittemore Center Quick Facts •UNH finished second in Hockey East attendance and in the top 10 nationally, averaging 5,521 •UNH was 10-4-3 overall at home •Registered eight sellouts last season

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U N H H OC K E Y The ‘Cats Year-by-Year at the Whitt 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 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 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 11-4-4 8 9-7-0 4 10-4-3 8 212-67-28 184

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 98,729 84,750 93,854 2,038,996

Wildcats vs. Hockey East at the Whitt Team UNH’s Record at Towse Rink Boston College 17-8-2 Boston University 10-12-5 UMass Lowell 23-6-4 Maine 18-7-2 Massachusetts 23-2-5 Merrimack 25-6-2 Notre Dame 0-0-0 Northeastern 22-3-4 Providence 24-4-2 Vermont 11-4-2 Total vs. Hockey East opponents 173-52-28

Individual Records Goals...................4 by Stevie Moses vs. Alabama-Huntsville (11/26/11) ...................................................... 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.................... 5 by Nick Sorkin vs. Alabama-Huntsville (11/26/11) ................................................................................4 on six different occasions 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............................28 by Doug Carr, UMass Lowell (12/3/11) Fastest 2 Goals.................:17 by Tom Nolan vs. Northeastern (11/2/96)

Team Records 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)

Tradition. Pride. excellence.

UNH HOCKEY Dick , the only six-time winner of the Hockey East Coach of the Year award, enters his 24th season as the head coach of the UNH Wildcats. After signing a long-term contract in 2008, Umile will conclude his coaching career at his alma mater. With 519 wins entering the 2013-14 season, Umile is one of only four active Division I coaches (Jerry York, Red Berenson, Don Lucia) with 500-plus wins, he is the eighth D-I coach to claim 500 wins at one school and he is No. 11 on the all-time D-I wins list. During his illustrious tenure, Umile has molded UNH hockey into one of the top programs in all of Division I hockey. He has guided the Wildcats to four Frozen Four appearances, 18 NCAA tournament appearances and 23 Hockey East championship tournament showings in his 23-year career in Durham. In addition, Umile’s teams have eclipsed the 20-victory plateau 19 times in 23 seasons. He is the winningest coach in the history of UNH hockey after surpassing his mentor, legendary coach Charlie Holt, on Feb. 16, 2005, in a 6-1 victory at Merrimack College’s Thom Lawler Arena in North Andover, Mass. Umile has been named Coach of the Year a total of 11 times in his career, All-Time Wildcat Coaches including New England honors four times and Hockey East Coach of Coach Years Seasons Won Lost Tied Pct. the Year six times. He was tabbed the Spencer Penrose Award winner Hank Swasey 1 1924-25 2 2 0 .500 as National Coach of the Year in 1998-99. Ernest Christensen Carl Lundholm George Thurston Tony Dougal Joseph Petroski Pepper Martin A. Barr Snively Rube Bjorkman Charlie Holt Dave O’Connor Bob Kullen Dick Umile

12 *1925-38 55 54 8 .504 1 1936-37 3 5 0 .375 1 1938-39 5 4 0 .556 5 1939-47 15 28 0 .349 4 1947-51 9 20 0 .310 11 1951-61 66 76 3 .466 2 1961-64 23 22 0 .511 4 1964-68 57 40 0 .588 18 1968-86 347 232 18 .596 1 **1987-88 7 20 3 .283 3 **1986-90 37 66 8 .369 22 1990-present 519 276 94 .637

Umile has coached 10 Hobey Baker finalists and 29 All-Americans in his 23 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, Bobby Butler and Matt Campanale.

The 2012-13 Wildcats registered a record of 20-12-7 and reached the NCAA Northeast Regional Final as the No. 2 seed. UNH, which played host to the regional at the Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester, N.H., defeated Denver University, 5-2, in the regional semifinal, but injuries to two of the Totals: 83 1924-present 1,145 845 134 .565 Wildcats’ three leading scorers (Kevin Goumas, Grayson Downing) left the lineup shorthanded for a 2-0 loss to top-seeded UMass Lowell in the *Christensen coached from 1925-36 and 1937-38. regional final. Among other season highlights, the Wildcats opened the **O’Connor served as interim coach for 1987-88 season. year with a 5-3 victory against St. Cloud State at the Whittemore Center on Oct. 12, 2012, for Umile’s 500th career head coaching victory. The ‘Cats reached the nation’s No. 1 ranking in December, sophomore defenseman Trevor van Riemsdyk was named an AHCA/CCM Division I All-American and sophomore goaltender Casey DeSmith set a school record for consecutive shutout minutes (203:32) from Nov. 4-18, 2012. New Hampshire registered its 19th 20-win season in Umile’s 23 seasons at the helm and reached the NCAAs for the 11th time in 12 years. In 2011-12, Umile guided a young team that struggled out of the gate before becoming one of the most difficult teams to play down the stretch. While the 15-19-3 record fell short of UNH’s lofty expectations, the team matured throughout the season and pushed sixth-ranked Boston University to three games, including a pair of double-overtime thrillers, in the Hockey East tournament. In 2010-11, the Wildcats had a successful campaign by posting a 22-11-6 overall record and 17-6-4 in Hockey East. Umile helped take the team to its 23rd straight trip to the Hockey East playoffs and home-ice advantage for a league best 15th straight season. New Hampshire was awarded the Charlie Holt Team Sportsmanship Award this season. The ‘Cats earned an at-large bid in the NCAA tournament for the 10th straight season and hosted the Northeast Regional at Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester as a fourth seed. They advanced to the regional final for the third straight season with a 3-1 victory over the top-seeded Miami (Ohio) RedHawks. In 2009-10 Umile guided the Wildcats to their eighth regular-season championship, including the third in the last four years. Umile’s Wildcats strung together a 12-game unbeaten streak in Hockey East play. The Wildcats led the Hockey East standings for 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 1999-2000 season. 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.

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U N H H OC K E Y 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 eventually win 6-5 in overtime in their NCAA Northeast Regional opening-round game against perennial power North Dakota in front of UNH faithful at Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester.

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).

In 2007-08, Umile led the Wildcats to a 25-10-3 record, including a program-record 19 Hockey East wins en route to a 19-5-3 record in league play, which earned UNH the regular season title for the second season in a row. Umile captured his 400th career victory Oct. 19, 2007 against Boston University. Umile coached four All-Americans in Kevin Regan, Mike Radja, Matt Fornataro, and Brad Flaishans, which was the first time in school history that four players received that honor.

• Four-time New England Coach of the Year (1991, 1999, 2002, 2008).

In 2006-07, Umile helped the ‘Cats to the team’s sixth Hockey East regular-season title and their sixth straight NCAA Tournament appearance with a 26-11-2 overall record and an 18-7-2 mark in conference play.

• Led UNH to eight Hockey East regular season titles (1992, 1997, 1999, 2002, 2003, 2007, 2008, 2010).

In 2005-06 Umile coached UNH to a 20-13-7 record overall. The ‘Cats finished third in Hockey East, and advanced to the NCAA tournament for the fifth consecutive time.

• 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.

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. 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. In 1999-2000, 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.

• Led UNH to back-to-back Hockey East tournament titles (2002, 2003).

• Coached Jason Krog, the 1999 Hobey Baker Memorial Award winner, 10 Hobey Baker finalists, two Hobey “Hat Trick” finalists and 28 All-Americans. • Ranks fourth on the NCAA active list in winning percentage at .637 and wins 519 on the active NCAA coaching wins list. • Ranks fir­st all-time in win percentage (.647) and first in wins (484) at UNH. • Has appeared in the NCAA Tournament 18, including 14 of the last 16 seasons and 10 straight seasons from 2001-02 thru 2010-11. • Has posted 18 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, Bobby Butler, Brian Foster and Matt Campanale.

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 the Wildcats fell just short of the ultimate goal in overtime.

Tradition. Pride. excellence.

UNH HOCKEY 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 feted 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 - Hat Trick finalist). 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. 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. Umile became the 12th coach in the history of New Hampshire hockey when he was promoted to the position on December 6, 1990. He 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). 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 (9), Lily Rose (10) and Tyler (7); Kristin and husband Jim Haggerty, who are the parents of grandsons Jack (13), Charlie (11), Jamie (9) and Quinn Robert (6).

Active Division I Coaches by Winning Percentage

 Rk. Name 1. Jeff Jackson 2. Red Berenson 3. Dave Hakstol 4. Dick Umile 5. Dean Blais 6. Don Lucia 7. Mike Shafer 8. Jerry York 9. Keith Allain 10. Enrico Blasi

School Notre Dame Michigan North Dakota New Hampshire Nebraska-Omaha Minnesota Cornell Boston College Yale Miamai

Active Division I Coaches by Wins

Years W-L-T % Rk. Name 15 367-162-58 .675 1. Jerry York 29 770-371-80 .663 2. Red Berenson 9 235-119-37 .648 3. Don Lucia 23 519-276-94 .637 4. Dick Umile 14 336-183-49 .635 5. Jeff Jackson 25 595-343-84 .623 6. Bob Daniels 18 347-198-66 .622 7. Mike Schafer 40 935-569-98 .614 8. Dean Blais 8 138-84-19 .612 9. Don Vaughan 15 311-196-53 .603 10. Bob Gaudet

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U N H H OC K E Y Umile Year-By-Year Year

Record

Win % Conf. Record Win

1990-91 22-11-2 .657 10-9-2 .524 1991-92 22-13-2 .622 13-6-2 .667 1992-93 18-17-3 .513 11-11-2 .500 1993-94 25-12-3 .663 13-9-2 .583 1994-95 22-10-4 .667 14-6-4 .667 1995-96 12-18-4 .412 8-12-4 .417 1996-97 28-11-0 .718 18-6-0 .750 1997-98 25-12-1 .671 15-8-1 .646 1998-99 31-7-3 .793 18-3-3 .813 1999-00 23-9-6 .684 13-5-6 .667 2000-01 21-12-6 .615 11-8-5 .563 2001-02 30-7-3 .788 17-4-3 .771 2002-03 28-8-6 .738 15-5-4 .708 2003-04 20-15-6 .560 10-8-6 .542 2004-05 26-11-5 .678 15-5-4 .708 2005-06 20-13-7 .590 14-7-6 .629 2006-07 26-11-2 .692 18-7-2 .704 2007-08 25-10-3 .697 19-5-3 .759 2008-09 20-13-5 .592 15-8-4 .630 2009-10 18-14-7 .551 15-6-6 .667 2010-11 22-11-6 .641 17-6-4 .704 2011-12 15-19-3 .446 11-14-2 .444 2012-13 20-12-7 .603 13-8-6 .593 TOTAL 519-276-94 .638 324-156-81 .652

UmilE IN THE HOCKEY EAST TOURNAMENT Year Record Result 1990-91 0-1-0 Quarterfinals 1991-92 2-1-0 Tournament Runner-up 1992-93 2-2-0 Fourth Place 1993-94 2-1-1 Tie-Third 1994-95 0-1-0 Quarterfinals 1995-96 0-2-0 Quarterfinals 1996-97 3-1-0 Tournament Runner-up 1997-98 0-2-0 Quarterfinals 1998-99 3-1-0 Tournament Runner Up 1999-00 2-1-0 HE Championships 2000-01 1-2-0 Quarterfinals 2001-02 4-0-0 Hockey East Champions 2002-03 4-0-0 Hockey East Champions 2003-04 2-2-0 HE Semifinals 2004-05 3-1-0 Tournament Runner-Up 2005-06 2-1-0 HE Semifinals 2006-07 3-1-0 Tournament Runner-Up 2007-08 2-1-0 HE Semifinals 2008-09 0-2-0 Quarterfinals 2009-10 1-2-0 Quarterfinals 2010-11 2-1-0 HE Semifinals 2011-12 1-2-0 Quarterfinals 2012-13 1-2-0 Quarterfinals TOTAL 38-29-1

UmilE IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT Year Record Seed/Result 1991-92 0-1-0 No. 3/East Regional 1993-94 1-1-0 No. 3/East Reg. Final 1994-95 0-1-0 No. 3/East Regional 1996-97 0-1-0 No. 4/East Regional 1997-98 2-1-0 No. 5/Frozen Four 1998-99 2-1-0 No. 1/National Runner-up 1999-00 0-1-0 No. 3/West Regional 2001-02 1-1-0 No.1/Frozen Four 2002-03 3-1-0 No. 1/National Runner-up 2003-04 0-1-0 No. 3/Northeast Regional 2004-05 1-1-0 No.2/Northeast Regional 2005-06 0-1-0 No. 4/East Regional 2006-07 0-1-0 No. 1/Northeast Regional 2007-08 0-1-0 No. 1/West Regional 2008-09 1-1-0 No. 3/Northeast Regional 2009-10 1-1-0 No. 3/East Regional 2010-11 1-1-0 No. 4/Northeast Regional 2012-13 1-1-0 No. 2/Northeast Regional TOTAL 14-18-0

UmilE AS A PLAYER Year GP G A PTS PIM 1969-70 30 29 27 56 15-33 1970-71 28 21 35 56 29-58 1971-72 29 10 22 32 14-28 TOTAL: 87 60 84 144 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

Tradition. Pride. excellence.

UNH HOCKEY Scott Borek begins his 12th 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 more than 30 years. At Dartmouth, Borek became the program’s second assistant, working alongside current 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. There, 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, N.H. 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.

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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U N H H OC K E Y Jim Tortorella enters his third season as associate head coach. Tortorella came to New Hampshire after a 16-year stint as head coach at Colby College, where he led the Mules to an impressive 230-138-33 record and left his mark as the program’s all-time leader in career wins. A highly respected coach throughout New England, Tortorella brings a wealth of experience to Durham and works primarily with the UNH defense. In 2012-13, the Wildcats ranked in the top 10 nationally in defense under Tortorella’s direction. In addition, the Wildcat penalty-kill unit ranked second in the nation with a kill rate of 90.1 percent under his guidance. Tortorella helped mentor first team All-America selection Trevor van Riemsdyk. In his time with the Colby hockey program, Tortorella led the Mules to 11 NESCAC playoff appearances, a trio of ECAC playoff appearances, an ECAC championship and a trip to the NCAA tournament. Tortorella’s best campaign came during the 2007-08 season when he was selected as the NESCAC Coach of the Year and the New England Hockey Writers Coach of the Year after guiding the Mules to a first-place finish and host for the league’s final four. He was also selected as the NESCAC Coach of the Year following the 2005-06 season. In addition to his duties at Colby, Tortorella has long been a mentor to some of the best young players in the United States as he was named the assistant coach for both the 1998-99 and 1999-2000 USA World Junior Teams. Tortorella also serves as the director of player development for the USA Hockey affiliates of New England for seven years. As a reflection of his versatility and respect in the hockey community, Tortorella was elected president of the prestigious American Hockey Coaches Association in 2001, and he was selected in 2005 and remains the vice president of the AHCA’s Hockey Coaches Care charitable foundation. A former standout goalie at the University of Maine, Tortorella began his coaching career at Brunswick High School in Maine from 1984-87. He went on to coach at Cony High School in Augusta, Maine, where he earned State of Maine Coach of the Year honors two times over a five-year span. Prior to his time at Colby, Tortorella served as an assistant coach at UNH as a member of Umile’s staff. Tortorella currently holds the highest level of coaching education achievement within USA Hockey, the master certificate, and was a finalist for the 1995-96, 2005-06, and 2007-08 National Division III Coach of the Year honors.

Coach Tortorella Year-by-Year 1993-1994 UNH......................................Assistant Coach 1994-1995 Colby College....................Assistant Coach 1995-2011 Colby College........................... Head Coach 2011-present UNH................................Assoc. Head Coach

Tradition. Pride. excellence.

UNH HOCKEY Dan Lupi- Goaltender Coach Dan Lupi enters his first season with the UNH men’s hockey program as the goaltending coach. Lupi comes to Durham after spending the 2012-13 season as goaltending coach at UMass. Lupi has been the head instructor for Goaltending Development Services, Inc. While at GDS, he has trained netminder of all ages and experience including former UNH standouts Brian Foster and Kevin Regan. Lupi played high school hockey at Brewster Academy in Wolfeboro, N.H. He was selected to the New England Prep School Athletic Conference (NEPSAC) All Star and All Conference team. He went on to play at Assumption College, where he was a four year starter and is at the top of several of the school’s goaltender records. Lupi won several NE-10 conference player of the week awards, and was the school’s rookie of the year and team MVP during his time with the Greyhounds. He ranks second in program history in games played (64), minutes (3,597), shots faced (2,458), saves (2,146). He reside in Andover, MA with his wife Kerri and son Luka.

Colin Shank- Asst. AD - Hockey Operations Colin Shank enters his 12th season with the UNH men’s hockey program and his fifth 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 team’s 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.

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U N H H OC K E Y Tim Churchard- Sports Psychologist

Tim Churchard enters his 11th 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 197073, 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.

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UNH HOCKEY There were questions about the Wildcats entering the 2012-13 season, but the team answered those questions quickly with the best start in program history with an 11-1-2 mark over the first two months of the season. The Wildcats, who were unranked to start the season, ascended to number one in the nation for the first time since 2006 and spent the rest of the season in the top 10 nationally. This year expectations once again are high in Durham as the veteran corps adds just four newcomers to the roster. For the Wildcats, the goals are the same as always: capturing a Hockey East title, advancing to the NCAA tournament and bring home the University’s first national championship. Goaltenders: Without question, UNH’s strength will be from the net out again. Veterans Casey DeSmith (Rochester, N.H.) and Jeff Wyer (Reading, Mass., , pictured right) give the Wildcats experience in net. DeSmith established himself as UNH’s go-to goaltender in 2012-13. A Hockey East Honorable Mention selection, DeSmith started 38 of New Hampshire’s 39 games, defending the Wildcats’ net for 2146:43 of a possible 2320:16. As a sophomore, he registered an 18-9-6 overall record with a 2.23 GAA and .924 save percentage. A four-time Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week and two-time Goaltender of the Month, DeSmith set the program record for longest shutout streak with a 203:32, threeplus game stretch. A senior and alternate captain, Wyer will also compete for time in net for the Wildcats. Last year, he made four game appearances and one start posting a 1-2-0 record with a 2.25 GAA and .919 save percentage in 159:01. Sophomore Jamie Regan (Chagrin Falls, Ohio) provides depth for the Wildcats between the pipes. Defense: The Wildcats’ strength in 2012-13 was their stingy defense. UNH finished the season in the top 10 nationally in defense and was ranked second in Hockey East allowing just 2.31 goals per game. New Hampshire returns four starters and five experienced players from last year’s blue line. Senior captain Eric Knodel (West Chester, Pa.) anchors the Wildcat defense. He posted a blue-line best +13 plus/minus rating and nearly doubled his offensive production with 21 points during his junior campaign. Knodel was often paired with classmate Justin Agosta (East Meadow, N.Y.). Agosta had 14 points as a junior including 12 assists, second most among defensemen. The final two returning starters are Trevor van Riemsdyk (Middletown, N.J., pictured left) and Brett Pesce (Tarrytown, N.Y.). van Riemsdyk was one of the top defenseman in the nation in 2012-13. A first-team All America selection, he finished with 33 points on eight goals and 25 assists including 11 multi-point efforts. Pesce, the highly-touted recruit, entered last season as one of the youngest players in the country and emerged as one of the team’s most reliable defenders with six points and a +6 plus/minus rating. The freshman was drafted in the third round of the NHL Entry Draft by the Carolina Hurricanes this summer. Rounding out the returning defensive core are Harry Quast (Chagrin Falls, Ohio) and Ryan Randall (Durham, N.H.). Quast skated in three games for the ‘Cats including the season-opening win over St. Cloud State and was the first off the bench for the defensive core. He is expected to compete for one of the two openings on the blue line. Randall along with freshmen Dylan Maller (Parkland, Fla.) and Matias Cleland (Longmont, Colo.) are in competition for the final spot on defense. Randall, the Durham native, has been with the program the last two seasons and was a standout for the N.H. Junior Monarchs before his arrival at UNH. Maller and Cleland are both products of the USHL. Maller played for Tri-City from 2011-13. In 2012-13, he had five points in 61 games. Cleland spent time with the Omaha Lancers and Waterloo Black Hawks of the USHL in 2012-13. He recorded 39 points (9g, 30a) in 63 games for Omaha and was named a team captain. Cleland ranked fourth in the USHL in defenseman scoring in 2012-13.

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U N H H OC K E Y Forward: The Wildcats return 12 forwards with game experience including their top two offensive players. Senior Kevin Goumas (Long Beach, N.Y., pictured left) and junior Grayson Downing (Abbotsford, British Columbia) combined for 25 goals and over 70 points a year ago. The pair centered the top two lines, respectively, and were a +31 combined. Goumas was a Hockey East Honorable Mention and led the team in assists with 32, while Downing was tied for the team lead in goals with 15 tallies a year ago. Couple that pair with a trio of seniors that has over 125 points over their first three years in Nick Sorkin (Rockville, Md.), Dalton Speelman (San Jose, Calif.) and Jeff Silengo (Madison, Conn.). Sorkin posted 17 points powered by 15 assists and a pair of goals and has 57 points in his career. Speelman is in his fifth year with the program after a medical redshirt. The senior had 15 points a year ago and his 25 career goals are tied for the most by all returners. Silengo is one of the team’s top defensive forwards, but posted 10 points and a +3 rating last season as a junior. The Wildcat depth at forward continues with a trifecta of versatile juniors in Jay Camper (Rocky River, Ohio), Casey Thrush (Easton, Md.) and Matt Willows (Congers, N.Y.). Camper appeared in 24 games last season and handed out the game-winning assist in back-to-back games. Thrush played in all 39 games for the Wildcats and his 17 points tied for the third most among returning forwards. Willows, the team’s most improved player, had eight goals including a hat trick in the Hockey East quarterfinals against Providence. In 2012-13, the Wildcats welcomed five newcomers to the forward core. Four of the five saw action last season with two of the players appearing in over 30 games. Dan Correale (Prince George, British Columbia) paced the freshman class with three goals and eight assists in 32 games. Maxim Gaudreault (Annapolis, Md.) appeared in 30 games with three goals and five assists. Collin MacDonald (West Milford, N.J.) played in 15 games with a goal and an assist to his credit, while Kyle Smith (Lumberton, N.J.) played in a pair of games for the ‘Cats in 2012-13. Jamie Hill (Glassboro, N.J.) did not see game action, but was a reserve player for the ‘Cats last season. While many of the upperclassmen have cemented their spot in the Wildcat lineup several of the sophomores will be battling with a pair of freshmen forwards for ice time this season. Tyler Kelleher (East Longmeadow, Mass.) and Collin Bourque (Goffstown, N.H.) round out the forwards. Kelleher comes to the ‘Cats after playing for the USA National Development Program. In 2012-13, he played for the US Under-18 team and led the team in scoring with 29 goals and 30 assists for 59 points. Bourque, a local product from nearby Goffstown, played for the New England Wolves of the Academy East Hockey League (AEHL). In 2012-13, he was the leading scorer for the Wolves with 26 goals and 78 assists for 114 points in 55 games. Schedule: The Wildcats open the 2013-14 campaign at home with an exhibition game against New Brunswick on Saturday, Oct. 5. New Hampshire will officially kick off the regular season at the University of Minnesota for the Ice Breaker Tournament at Mariucci Arena in Minneapolis.The ‘Cats will face off against Clarkson on Friday, Oct. 11, and will play either Minnesota or Mercyhurst in the final day of the tournament Saturday, Oct. 12. The following weekend, the ‘Cats have a two-game home series against Michigan (Oct. 18-19). UNH travels to Rensselaer to play against the Engineers on Saturday, Oct. 26. To kick off November, New Hampshire plays a home-and-home series with UMass Lowell at Tsongas Center (Nov. 1) and at the Whittemore Center (Nov 2). The Wildcats have another home-and-home series the next weekend against UMass on home ice (Nov. 8) and at the Mullins Center (Nov. 9). UNH returns home for one game against Brown (Nov. 12) then hits the road for another home-and-home series at Northeastern (Nov. 15) and back on home ice the next night (Nov. 16). UNH travels to Providence for an away series Nov. 22-23. The ‘Cats then come home for a game against Harvard (Nov. 26) followed by an away series at Colorado College (Nov. 29-30). In the month of December, the Wildcats have a home-and-home series playing at Boston College (Dec. 6) and heading back home (Dec. 7) to finish the weekend. Closing out the calendar year, UNH will take part in the Florida College Classic on Dec. 28-29 in Estero, Fla. The Wildcats skate against Cornell (Dec. 28) before squaring off against either Princeton or Maine on Dec. 29. On the non-conference side, UNH will play host to Nebraska-Omaha for a two-game set Jan. 3-4. New Hampshire will travel to Manchester, N.H., to play Dartmouth in the annual Battle for the RiverStone Cup at the Verizon Wireless Arena on Jan. 11. The ‘Cats return home for a twogame series against Union College on Jan. 17-18.The following weekend, UNH hosts Hockey East rival Maine (Jan. 24) then heads to Orono to wrap up the series (Jan. 26). To close out January, UNH plays host to Hockey East’s newest team, Notre Dame, for a two-game series Jan. 31 and Feb. 1. The Wildcats head to Vermont for an away Hockey East series Feb. 7-8 before competing in a home-and-home series against Boston University at the Whittemore Center (Feb. 14) and at Agganis Arena (Feb. 15).The Wildcats conclude the regular season with an away two-game series against Merrimack on Feb. 28 and March 1.

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UNH HOCKEY No. 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 13 14 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 27 28 29 32 35 46

Name (Draft) Pos. Matias Cleland D Dylan Maller D Eric Knodel (TOR) D Trevor van Riemsdyk D Harry Quast D Jamie Hill F Matt Willows F Dalton Speelman F Justin Agosta D Dan Correale F Maxim Gaudreault F Tyler Kelleher F Jay Camper F Jeff Silengo F Casey Thrush F Collin Bourque F Nick Sorkin F Brett Pesce D Kyle Smith F Collin MacDonald F Kevin Goumas F Grayson Downing F Casey DeSmith G Jamie Regan G Jeff Wyer G Ryan Randall D Andrew Silsby

Cl. Ht. Wt. Fr. 5-11 185 Fr. 6-2 195 Sr. 6-6 225 Jr. 6-2 185 So. 6-4 215 So 5-9 175 Jr. 5-9 185 Sr. 5-10 190 Sr. 6-3 200 So. 5-10 185 So. 6-0 190 Fr. 5-6 154 Jr. 5-11 180 Sr. 6-1 179 Jr. 6-1 185 Fr. 5-7 155 Sr. 6-3 185 So. 6-3 175 So. 6-1 185 So. 6-2 200 Sr. 5-10 160 Jr. 6-0 185 Jr. 6-0 180 So. 6-2 180 Sr. 6-1 185 Jr. 6-0 195 7th

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Head Coach: Dick Umile (New Hampshire, ‘72, 24th season) Associate Head Coaches: Scott Borek (Dartmouth, ‘85) Jim Tortorella (Maine, ‘81) Goaltender Coach: Dan Lupi (Assumption, ‘02) Asst. AD for Hockey Operations: Colin Shank (New Hampshire, ‘05) Sports Psychology: Tim Churchard (New Hampshire, ‘67) Captain: Eric Knodel Alternate Captains: Jeff Wyer, Trevor van Riemsdyk Athletic Trainer: Glenn Riefenstahl (Keene State, ‘87) Strength & Conditioning Coach: Paul Chapman (Dickinson State, ‘90)

ROSTER BREAKDOWN BY STATE/PROVINCE British Columbia (2): Correale- Prince George, Downing- Abbotsford California (1): Speelman- San Jose Colorado (1): Cleland- Longmont Connecticut (1): Silengo- Madison Florida (1): Maller- Parkland Massachusetts (2): Kelleher - Longmeadow, Wyer- Reading Maryland (3): Gaudreault- Annapolis, Sorkin- Rockville, Thrush-Easton New Hampshire (3): Bourque- Goffstown, DeSmith- Rochester, Randall- Durham New Jersey (4): Hill- Glassboro, MacDonald- West Milford, Smith- Lumberton, van Riemsdyk- Middletown New York (4): Agosta-East Meadow, Goumas- Long Beach, Pesce- Tarrytown, Willows-Congers Ohio (3): Camper- Rocky River, Quast- Chagrin Falls, Regan-Chagrin Falls Pennsylvania (1): Knodel- West Chester

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Hometown/Last Team (League) Longmont, Colo./Omaha (USHL) Parkland, Fla./Tri-City (USHL) West Chester, Pa./Des Moines (USHL) Middletown, N.J./Jr. Monarchs (EJHL) Chagrin Falls, Ohio/Bay State (EJHL) Glassboro, N.J./Waterloo (USHL) Congers, N.Y./New Jersey (EJHL) San Jose, Calif./Green Bay (USHL) East Meadow, N.Y./Jersey (EJHL) Prince George,British Columbia/Grand Prairie (AJHL) Annapolis, Md./Sioux City (USHL) Longmeadow, Mass./US NTDP Rocky River, Ohio/Chicago (USHL) Madison, Conn./Sioux City (USHL) Easton, Md./Muskegon (USHL) Goffstown, N.H./New England (AEHL) Rockville, Md./Sioux City (USHL) Tarrytown, N.Y./Jersey (EJHL) Lumberton, N.J./Junior Bruins (EJHL) West Milford, N.J./Jersey (EJHL) Long Beach, N.Y./Indiana (USHL) Abbotsford, British Columbia/Westside (BCHL) Rochester, N.H./Indiana (USHL) Chagrin Falls, Ohio/Philadelphia (EJHL) Reading, Mass./Valley Jr. (EJHL) Durham, N.H./Jr. Monarchs (EJHL) Exeter, N.H./Cooperative Middle School

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ROSTER BREAKDOWN BY CLASS Freshmen (4): Bourque, Cleland, Kelleher, Maller Sophomores (8): Correale, Gaudreault, Hill, MacDonald, Pesce, Quast, Regan, Smith Juniors (7): Camper, DeSmith, Downing, Randall, Thrush, van Riemsdyk, Willows Seniors (7): Agosta, Goumas, Knodel, Silengo, Sorkin, Speelman, Wyer

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U N H H OC K E Y ERIC KNODEL 5

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

2012-13: Skated in 38 of 39 games (DNP in the season opener vs. St. Cloud State)... recorded 21 points with 10 goals and 11 assists... team’s second-leading scoring defenseman... tied for fourth overall in goals... tied for second overall and first among blueliners in plus/ minus (+14) ... recorded an assist on UNH’s second goal – the first of four unanswered tallies – in the NCAA Northeast Regional semifinal vs. Denver (03/29) ... in 27 Hockey East league games, recorded 17 points (9g, 8a)... tallied one assist in the Hockey East quarterfinal series at Providence... tied his career highs in both assists (two) and points (two) vs. UMass (03/01)... also recorded two points (1g, 1a) vs. Maine (03/08)... scored the game-winning goal at Northeastern (02/01)... netted the game-tying goal vs. Maine (03/09)... assisted on the game-winning goal vs. St. Cloud (10/13) and vs. UMass Lowell (11/30)... named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team.

2011-12: Knodel skated in all 37 games… compiled 12 points on three goals and nine assists… had a career-high two assists against St. Cloud State on 10/22/11… scored two points in a game against Vermont on 02/17/12… notched 22 blocks on the year. 2010-11: Did not see action during his freshman campaign. Career Milestones: First goal Oct. 22, 2011 at St. Cloud State... career-high one goal on multiple occasions... career-high two assists on multiple occasions... career-high two points on multiple occasions. Before UNH: A member of the Des Moines Buccaneers of the USHL in 2009-10, where he racked up 20 points on three goals and 17 assists in 50 games… 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, Pennsylvania on June 8, 1990 to Rick and Molly Knodel… shoots left… a liberal arts major… lists former Detroit Red Wing Nicklas Lidstrom as his favorite athlete and his parents Rick and Molly as the people he admires most outside of sports. NHL Rights: Selected in the fifth round of the 2009 NHL Draft by the Toronto Maple Leafs with the 128th overall pick.

K n o d e l ’ S C A R EE R S T A T I S T I C S YEAR 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 TOTALS

GP 0 37 38 75

G 0 3 10 13

A 0 9 11 20

Pts 0 12 21 33

+/- PIM E 0-0 +3 12-24 +14 4-8 +17 16-32

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UNH HOCKEY JUSTIN AGOSTA 12

SENIOR • DEFENSE • 6-3• 200 EAST MEADOW, N.Y. • JERSEY (EJHL)

2012-13: Skated in 38 of 39 games... recorded 14 points on two goals and 12 assists... tallied an assist in the NCAA Northeast Regional semifinal against Denver (03/29)... in 27 Hockey East league games, tallied 10 points (1g, 9a)... recorded his first career multiple-point game with three assists vs. Providence (01/19)... recorded an assist on the game-winning goal at Boston U. (11/18) and vs. Boston College (01/12)... tallied a point in consecutive games three times, spanning eight games for a total of eight points (2g, 6a).

2011-12: Played in all 37 games… had five points on one goal and four assists… had an assist in double overtime win against Boston University in the Hockey East quarterfinals… scored his first collegiate goal against UMass Lowell on Dec. 3, 2011. 2010-11: Did not see action during his freshman campaign. Career Milestone: First goal Dec. 3, 2011 vs. UMass Lowell... career-high three assists Jan. 19, 2013 vs Providence... careerhigh one goal on multiple occasions... career-high three points Jan. 19, 2013 vs Providence. Before UNH: 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)… played 36 games with 16 points on three goals and 13 assists on defense for the Ice and owned a +3 plus/minus rating… finished the season in Jersey; played in 10 games and tallied three goals and six assists… also played a year at the Berkshire School, where he recorded 69 points (18g, 51a) in 62 games. Personal: Born in Queens, New York on October 9, 1990… shoots right… an accounting major… lists Nashville Predators prospect Anthony Bitetto and New York Islanders forward Brock Nelson as his favorite athletes and his parents as the people he admires most outside of sports.

A g o sta ’ S C A R EE R S T A T I S T I C S YEAR 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 TOTALS

GP 0 37 38 75

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A 0 4 12 16

Pts +/- PIM 0 E 0-0 5 -2 6-12 14 +1 10-12 19 -1 16-24

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U N H H OC K E Y KEVIN GOUMAS 27

SENIOR • FORWARD • 5-10 • 160 LONG BEACH, N.Y. • INDIANA (USHL)

2012-13: A Hockey East Honorable Mention All Star... Hockey East Player of the Week (11/26)... Skated in 38 of 39 games... recorded 42 points on 10 goals and 32 assists... tied for sixth nationally in assists/game (0.84) and No. 18 in points/game (1.11)... led the team in assists and points... ranked first in Hockey East in assists and third in both points and plus/minus (+18)... in 27 Hockey East league games, recorded 27 points (7g, 20a)... registered 10-game point-scoring streak Nov. 2 to Dec. 6 (7g, 12a)... had five-game point streak (Dec. 31 to Jan. 19; 2g, 4a)... tallied a point in 26 of 38 games with 12 multiple-point games, including eight multiple-assist performances... first career hat trick (three goals) and personal-best five points at Denver (11/24)... season-high three assists vs. Vermont (11/10)... six other two-assist efforts, including Game 2 of Hockey East quarterfinals at Providence... scored game-winning goal in consecutive games against Denver (11/24) and UMass Lowell (11/30) ... assisted on six game-winning goals... named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team... Shared the Guy Smith Award for Best Offensive Forward on the UNH roster.

2011-12: Skated in 36 games… contributed 34 points on nine goals and 25 assists… scored game-winning goal in a 2-1 overtime victory over Union on Oct. 28… four points on four assists against AlabamaHuntsville… had nine multiple point efforts… scored a goal in the 3-2 double overtime victory of Boston University in game one of the Hockey East quarterfinals… game-winning goal and two assists in a 4-3 victory vs UMass on Feb. 24… four-game, nine-point streak from Nov. 18-26, including two goals and seven assists… tallied four shorthanded points, including two goals and two assists. 2010-11: Finished freshman campaign with 18 points on six goals and 12 assists in 32 games… his 18 points tied for 10th in Hockey East for rookie scoring... contributed two goals in Northeast Regional semifinal win vs. Miami (Ohio)… tallied 11 points in eight February games... earned four Hockey East Rookie of the Week awards (three in February) and Rookie of the Month honors for February… named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team. Career Milestones: Career-high five points Nov. 24, 2012 at Denver... career-high three goals Nov. 24, 2012 at Denver... first goal Feb. 4, 2011 vs. Maine... career-high four assists on Nov. 26, 2011 vs. Alabama Huntsville. Before UNH: Played in 2009-10 with the Indiana Ice of the USHL… posted 41 points on 12 goals and 29 assists in 59 games… added a goal and four assists in playoffs… played at Canterbury Prep School in 2008-09; scored 58 points (23g, 35a) in 30 games; earned All-New England First-Team honors. Personal: Born in Smithtown, New York on November 19, 1991 to Joseph and Patricia Goumas… shoots left… a business finance 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.

G o u m as ’ C A R EE R S T A T I S T I C S YEAR 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 TOTALS

GP 32 36 38 106

G 6 9 10 25

A 12 25 32 69

Pts 18 34 42 94

+/- +14 +4 +18 +36

PIM 16-32 19-49 19-38 54-119

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UNH HOCKEY JEFF SILENGO 18

SENIOR • FORWARD • 6-1 • 179 MADISON, CONN. • SIOUX CITY (USHL)

2012-13: Skated in 24 of 39 games... recorded 10 points on three goals and seven assists... tallied an assist in the NCAA Northeast Regional semifinal game vs. Denver (03/29) to extend point-scoring streak to three games... in 14 Hockey East league games, recorded five points (1g, 4a)... career-high two assists vs. UMass Lowell (11/30) to match personal best of two points... tallied a point each of the last two games of the Hockey East quarterfinal at Providence with a goal (03/16) and assist (03/17)... assisted on the game-winning goal vs. Northeastern (10/26)... named

2010-11: Completed his freshman campaign with eight points on three goals and five assists in 35 games… scored career-high two goals against rival Maine (12/10), including one in overtime to win the game, 4-3… awarded Hockey East Rookie of the Week honors (12/13). Career Milestones: Career-high two points on multiple occasions... career-high two goals on Dec. 10, 2010 at Maine... first goal Dec. 10, 2010 at Maine... career-high two assists Nov. 30, 2012 vs. UMass Lowell... first assist Dec. 2, 2010 at UMass Lowell.

to the Hockey East All-Academic Team.

2011-12: Skated in 29 games for the Wildcats… contributed six points on one goal and five assists… lone goal of the season was a game-winning goal came in a 5-0 win over UMass on 11/18… Hockey East All-Academic Team selection.

Before UNH: Registered 16 points on seven goals and nine assists paired with a +3 plus/minus rating in 55 games with Sioux City… played at South Kent Prep, the same school as former Wildcat netminder Tyler Scott… while at South Kent, tallied 52 points his junior season and 71 points combined in two seasons. Personal: Born in New Haven, Connecticut on February 26, 1990 to William and Cindy Silengo… shoots right… a sports studies major... lists former Colorado Avalanche player Joe Sakic as his favorite athlete.

S i l e n g o ’ S C A R EE R S T A T I S T I C S YEAR 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 TOTALS

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Pts 8 6 10 24

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U N H H OC K E Y NICK SORKIN 21

SENIOR • FORWARD • 6-3• 185 ROCKVILLE, MD. • SIOUX CITY (USHL)

2012-13: Skated in 29 of 39 games... recorded 17 points on two goals and 15 assists... tallied an assist in the NCAA Northeast Regional semifinal vs. Denver (03/29)... in 20 Hockey East league games, recorded 12 points (1g, 11a)... opened the season with a point in three consecutive games, including a goal in back-to-back games against St. Cloud State (10/13) and Boston U. (10/20)... three multiple-assist games with two against UMass Lowell (11/30), vs. Boston U. (12/06) and vs. UMass (03/02) ... recorded a point in three consecutive games Nov. 30 to Dec. 6... tallied five points (5a) in that span... scored the game-winning goal vs. Boston U. (10/20)... assisted on the game-winning goal vs. UMass Lowell (11/30) and vs. UMass (03/02) 2011-12: Sorkin played in all 37 games for the Wildcats… tallied a team-best 35 points on nine goals and 26 assists… had an eight-game point streak containing 12 points from 10/15 to 11/12… netted the game-winning goal against Maine on 11/05… had a seven-game point streak including nine assists from 01/11 to 02/03… dished career-high five

assists in 9-1 victory over Alabama-Huntsville on 11/26… had 11 power-play points… added a short-handed goal at St. Cloud State on 10/22… had eight multiple-point effort games on the year. 2010-11: Suited up for 35 games to begin his UNH career; totaled three goals and two assists… scored a third-period goal vs. Providence (01/21) to shorten the 3-1 deficit and help the ‘Cats advance to a 4-3 overtime victory. Career Milestones: Career-high two goals on Oct. 22, 2011 at St.Cloud State... first goal Nov. 19, 2010 at Boston U... career-high five assists Nov.26, 2011 vs. Alabama Huntsville... career-high five points on Nov. 26, 2011 vs. Alabama Huntsville. Before UNH: Split time in 2009-10 at Sioux City and Waterloo, both of the USHL… combined for 34 points in 53 games… 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; tallied 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)… a two-time All-MET selection and was named the 2009 AllMET Player of the Year. Personal: Born in Rockville, Maryland on June 3, 1991 to Ed and Ginny Sorkin… shoots left… a finance major… lists his father as the person he admires most outside of sports.

S o rki n ’ S C A R EE R S T A T I S T I C S YEAR 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 TOTALS

GP 35 37 29 101

G 3 9 2 14

A 2 26 15 43

Pts +/- PIM 5 -1 1-2 35 -2 5-10 17 -10 9-18 57 -13 15-30

Tradition. Pride. excellence.

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UNH HOCKEY DALTON SPEELMAN 10

SENIOR • FORWARD • 5-10 • 190 SAN JOSE, CALIF. • GREEN BAY (USHL)

2012-13: Hockey East Player of the Week (10/15)... Skated in all 39 games ... recorded 15 points on nine goals and six assists ... scored the game-winning goal in the NCAA Northeast Regional semifinal against Denver (03/29); his goal gave UNH a 3-2 lead with 22 seconds remaining in the second period ... in 27 Hockey East league games, tallied 10 points (6g, 4a) ... career-high three points (2g, 1a) in the season opener vs. St. Cloud State (10/12) and scored the game-winning goal in that game ... also matched career high of two goals at UMass Lowell (12/01) ... scored the game-winning goal in that game ... began the year with an assist in three consecutive games ... assisted on the gamewinning goal vs. Boston U. (10/20). 2011-12: Speelman appeared in 11 games for the Wildcats… added six points on three goals and three assists… contributed a goal and an assist in a 7-3 win over UMass on 11/04… was on a four-game point streak from 10/29 to 11/12 compiling five points including three goals… was out the majority of the 2011-12 season due to injury incurred on 11/18/11.

2010-11: Speelman tallied 16 points on 10 goals and six assists in all 39 game appearances as a sophomore… Added three power-play goals, one shorthanded goal, and one game-winning goal to his stats sheet… Finished the season third on the team in shooting percentage (.127)… Recorded a season-high two points (one goal, one assist) in a 2-1 defeat of Boston College (11/5) and matched it in a 5-1 win against Providence (1/29)… One of 10 Wildcats named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team. 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 three points against SCSU on Oct. 12, 2012…Career-high two goals on multiple occasions... First goal Oct. 23, 2009 vs. Northeastern… Careerhigh one assist on multiple occasions. 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 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 198184… Lists his favorite athlete as Marco Sturm and most admired person as his parents and brother.

S P EELM A N ’ S C A R EE R S T A T I S T I C S YEAR 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 TOTALS

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A 4 6 3 6 19

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U N H H OC K E Y JEFF WYER 35

SENIOR • ALTERNATE CAPTAIN • GOALIE • 6-1 • 185 READING, MASS. • VALLEY JR. (EJHL)

2012-13: Played in four games, including one start (01/25) at Merrimack... had a 1-2-0 record with a 2.25 GAA and .919 save percentage in 159:01 of action... in three Hockey East league games, was 0-2-0 with a 2.78 GAA and .909 save percentage... recorded his first career victory with 18-save effort at Denver (11/24); played the final 50:55 of the game and allowed just one goal ... stopped all eight shots in 20-minute relief stint at Boston College (01/11)... stopped 10 of 12 shots in 29:39 of relief action vs. Providence (01/19) and was charged with the decision in the 6-5 loss... made career-high 32 saves in his only start of the season, a 3-2 loss at Merrimack (01/25). 2011-12: Appeared in three games for the ‘Cats, including his first collegiate start at St. Cloud St. (11/22)… had a season GAA of 2.50… earned a save percentage of .897… had an overall record of 0-1-1, but missed much of the second half of the season with injury... Hockey East All-Academic Team selection.

2010-11: Served as second goalie on the UNH depth chart… did not see action during his freshman campaign… named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team. Career Milestones: Career-high 32 saves Jan. 25, 2013 at Merrimack... first win Nov. 24, 2012 at Denver. Before UNH: 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… posted a 50-153 record and a 1.45 GAA in his career at Reading High School… registered 18 career shutouts, including seven during his final season at 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 was also Middlesex League champions in 2006-07 and 2007-08… named to the 2009 Boston Globe All-Scholastic and Super Team, as well as the Boston Herald All-Scholastic and Dream Team. Personal: Born in Winchester, Massachusetts on July 5, 1991 to David and Denise Wyer… catches left… a business major… lists Boston Bruins’ netminder Tuukka Rask as his favorite athlete and his father as the person he admires most outside of sports.

W y e r ’ S C A R EE R S T A T I S T I C S YEAR GP/GS 2010-11 0/0 2011-12 3/1 2012-13 4/1 TOTALS 7/2

MIN. --- 96:04 159:01 255:05

GA - 4 6 10

SAVES - 35 68 103

SHOTS SAVE% GAA W-L-T SO - .--- -.-- 0-0-0 0 39 .897 2.50 0-1-1 0 74 .919 2.26 1-2-0 0 113 .912 2.35 1-3-1 0

Tradition. Pride. excellence.

UNH HOCKEY JAY CAMPER 17

JUNIOR • FORWARD • 5-11 • 180 ROCKY RIVER, OHIO • CHICAGO (USHL)

2012-13: Skated in 25 of 39 games... recorded six points on two goals and four assists... in 17 Hockey East league games, recorded two points (1g, 1a)... recorded his first career multiple-point game with a goal and an assist vs. Bemidji State (12/31)... followed that with a career-high two assists vs. Rensselaer (01/05)... tallied a goal at Boston College (01/11) to extend point streak to three games (12/31-01/11)... notched assist in the regular-season finale vs. Maine (03/09)... assisted on game-winning goal in consecutive games vs. Bemidji State (12/31) and Rensselaer (01/05)... A Hockey East All-Academic Team selection. 2011-12: Played in 13 games… added two points (1g, 1a) his rookie season… helped the ‘Cats to a 3-2 victory over Maine with his first collegiate goal (11/05)... a Hockey East All-Academic Team selection Career Milestones: First goal on Nov. 5, 2011 vs. Maine... career-high two points on multiple occasions... career-high one goal on multiple occasions... career-high two assists Jan. 5, 2013 vs. Rensselaer Before UNH: Played two seasons in the USHL with the Chicago Steel… In his 2010-11 season, missed the last 20 games with injury, but still managed to collect 14 points (9g, 5a) in 37 games played… selected four consecutive years to compete in the USA Hockey Player Development Camp, while off the ice he sported a 4.1 grade point average Personal: Born April 17, 1991 in Rocky River, Ohio to Rick and Heidi Camper… shoots right… a business major... older brother Carter played hockey for Miami (Ohio) (2007-11) and older brother Ben played four years at Colgate (2004-08)... lists Jerome Iginla as his favorite athlete and his parents Rick and Heidi as the people he admires most outside of sports.

C a m p e r ’ s C A R EE R S T A T I S T I C S YEAR 2011-12 2012-13 TOTALS

GP 13 25 38

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A 1 4 5

Pts +/- PIM 2 E 5-21 6 -8 4-8 8 -8 9-29

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U N H H OC K E Y CASEY DESMITH 29

JUNIOR ��� GOALIE • 6-0 • 180 ROCHESTER, N.H. • INDIANA (USHL)

2012-13:A Hockey East Honorable Mention All-Star selection... four-time Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week and Goalie of the Month in October...Started 38 of 39 games (did not play 01/25 at Merrimack) and played 2204:06 of a possible 2380:16 (92.5%) minutes... presented team’s Roger A. LeClerc Award as team MVP... compiled an 18-9-6 overall record with a 2.23 GAA and .924 save percentage... set program record with shutout streak of 203:32, which spanned three-plus games from 11/04-18... made 31 saves, including 17 in the first period, in the NCAA Northeast Regional semifinal vs. Denver (03/29); shut out the Pioneers in the second and third periods... recorded five shutouts ... ranked third in the league in GAA (2.23) and fifth in save percentage (.924)... in 26 league games, was 13-6-6 with a 2.04 GAA and .933 save percentage... recorded three consecutive shutouts (11/04 at Maine; 11/10 vs. Vermont; 11/16 at UMass Lowell)... recorded 30+ saves 14 times, including a season-high 47 saves at Northeastern (02/01) ... stopped 38 of 39 shots in Game 2 of the Hockey East quarterfinals at Providence... notched 42save shutout at Maine (11/04)... stopped 45 of 46 shots in a 3-1 win at Boston U. (11/18)... in five October games, went 3-0-1 with a 1.77 GAA and .931 save percentage... in eight November games, went 6-1-1 with a 1.65 GAA and .951 save percentage... surrendered fewer than three goals in 20 of 36 games... recorded first career point with an assist on the game-winning goal vs. Vermont (11/10).

Before UNH: Netminded for the Indiana Ice of the USHL in 201011... posted a 22-13-2 record in 37 regular-season appearances with three shutouts, a .920 save percentage and a 2.54 goals against average… put up a 2-2 playoff record including one shutout and a .929 save percentage… received several USHL Goaltender of the Week Awards in his final season with the Ice… in 2010, was selected as one of 22 USHL players to the U.S. Junior Select Team that competed in the 2010 World Junior A Challenge. Personal: Born August 13, 1991 in Rochester, New Hampshire to Gary and Patrice DeSmith… catches left... a business major... lists Ken Dryden as his favorite athlete and his father Gary as the person he admires outside of sports.

2011-12: Played in 22 games, including 20 starts… complied a 9-10-1 record… had first career shutout and win with a 26-save effort 01/11 at Providence… posted a 2.33 GAA and .926 save percentage… made career-high 50 saves in the Hockey East quarterfinals against Boston U. on 03/11… recorded 30 or more saves on 10 occasions throughout the season… named Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week on 02/06… honored as Hockey East Rookie of the Week on 01/11… named to the Hockey East All-Rookie Team. Career Milestones: Career-high 50 saves at Boston U. on March 11, 2012... first career shutout at Providence on Jan. 11, 2012... first win at Providence on Jan. 11, 2012... career-high one point vs. Vermont on YEAR GP/GS November 10, 2012. 2011-12 22/20 2012-13 38/38 TOTALS 60/58

DE S M I T H ’ S C A R EE R S T A T I S T I C S MIN. 1285:36 2204:06 3489:42

GA 50 82 132

SAVES 623 1,000 1,623

SHOTS SAVE% GAA 673 .926 2.33 1,082 .924 2.23 1,755 .925 2.27

Tradition. Pride. excellence.

W-L-T SO 9-10-1 1 19-10-7 5 28-20-8 6

UNH HOCKEY GRAYSON DOWNING 28

JUNIOR • FORWARD • 6-0 • 185 ABBOTSFORD, B.C. • WESTSIDE (BCHL)

2012-13: Hockey East Player of the Week (12/3)... Skated in 38 of 39 games... recorded 31 points on 15 goals and 16 assists... tied for team lead in goals... third in points... tied for second in plus/minus (+14) ... team-leading three shorthanded goals ... also scored three powerplay goals... recorded an assist in the NCAA Northeast Regional semifinal vs. Denver (03/29)... in 27 Hockey East league games, recorded 19 points (9g, 10a)... tallied three points (2g, 1a) in the Hockey East quarterfinal series at Providence... recorded a point in 21 of 38 games with eight multiple-point efforts ... first career hat trick with three goals at Denver (11/24)... followed that with two goals vs. UMass Lowell (11/30) and then two assists at UML (12/01)... tied season high of three points (2g, 1a) vs. Merrimack (01/26)... equaled career high in assists vs. St. Cloud State (10/12) and at UMass Lowell... scored game-winning goal vs. Vermont (11/10)... assisted on game-winning goal vs. St. Cloud (10/12) and Merrimack (01/26)... Shared the Guy Smith Award for Best Offensive Forward on the UNH roster.

Career Milestones: Career-high three goals Nov. 24, 2012 at Denver... career-high two assists on multiple occasions... career-high four points Nov. 22, 2011 at Harvard. Before UNH: Played three seasons with the Westside Warriors in the BCHL… in 2010-11, he posted 70 points with 34 goals and 36 assists in 52 games; scored 13 power-play goals and five short-handed goals… finished second in team scoring and 15th in points for the BCHL… named the Interior Conference Most Sportsmanlike Player in 2010-11; collected only 30 penalty minutes. Personal: Born April 18, 1992 in Abbotsford, British Columbia to Joseph and Sharon Downing… shoots left.... a health management and policy major... lists Alexander Mogilny and Terry Fox as his favorite athletes.

2011-12: Played in 34 games… compiled 23 points on 10 goals and 13 assists… ranked second on the team in goals and fourth in points... one of two Wildcats to reach double digits in both goals and assists... led UNH rookies in goals, assists and points... registered first collegiate point, an assist, 10/21 against St. Cloud State… contributed a career-high four points, including two goals and two assists, in a 7-6 loss at Harvard on 11/22… had seven-point, three-game point streak from 11/2212/02, including three goals… recorded game-winning goal versus Providence on 02/03… netted the gamewinner in a 3-2 double-overtime victory over Boston U. in the Hockey East quarterfinals… notched seven power-play points… received Hockey East Rookie of the Month honors for November after tallying nine points. Downing’s YEAR 2011-12 2012-13 TOTALS

GP 34 38 72

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A 13 16 29

Pts +/- PIM 23 -7 6-12 31 +14 18-44 54 +7 24-56

PPG SHG 2 0 3 3 5 3

UNH MEN’S HOCKEY

GWG 2 1 3

U N H H OC K E Y RYAN RANDALL 46

JUNIOR• DEFENSE • 6-0 • 195 DURHAM, N.H. • JR. MONARCHS (EJHL)

2012-13: Did not see game action... A Hockey East All-Academic Team selection. 2011-12: Randall did not see action in his freshman campaign... A Hockey East All-Academic Team selection.

Personal: Born February 20, 1992 in Durham, New Hampshire to Vicki and the late Robert Randall… shoots left... a business administration major... lists Thomas Vanek as his favorite athlete and his mother Vicki, brother Craig and father the late Robert Randall as the people he admires most outside of sports.

Before UNH: Randall is a Durham, N.H. native who played his 2010-11 season in the EJHL with the New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs... racked up 24 points (11 goals, 13 assists) in 32 regular season games and one goal in six playoff games... helped his Jr. Monarchs team win the EJHL championship in both the 2010 and 2011 seasons... prior to juniors, Randall was the 2008-09 Foster’s Daily Democrat High School Hockey Player of the Year.

ra n d a l l ’ s C A R EE R S T A T I S T I C S YEAR 2011-12 2012-13 TOTALS

GP 0 0 0

G 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

Pts +/- 0 E 0 E 0 E

PIM 0-0 0-0 0-0

Tradition. Pride. excellence.

PPG SHG 0 0 0 0 0 0

GWG 0 0 0

UNH HOCKEY CASEY THRUSH 19

JUNIOR • FORWARD • 6-1 • 185 EASTON, MD. • MUSKEGON (USHL)

2012-13: Skated in all 39 games... recorded 17 points on six goals and 11 assists... matched career highs in goals with a two-goal effort vs. Denver in the NCAA Northeast Regional semifinal (03/29); scored the team’s first and last goals in the 5-2 victory and had a plus/ minus rating of +2... in 27 Hockey East league games, recorded 10 points (2g, 8a)... career-high three assists for a personal-best three points vs. UMass (03/02)... equaled career high of two goals at Colorado College (11/23)... recorded three points (2g, 1a) and a plus/minus of +5 over Thanksgiving weekend at Colorado College and Denver... three-game assist streak 10/13-26... scored a goal back-to-back games vs. Providence (01/19) and at Merrimack (01/25)... assisted on game-winning goal vs. Northeastern (10/26) and vs. UMass (03/02)

Before UNH: Thrush played for the Muskegon Lumberjacks of the USHL in 2010-1... tallied 28 points on 10 goals and 18 assists... scored two goals in six playoff games for the Lumberjacks... named an NAPHL First Team selection (2009-10) and led his team to the national championship semifinals. Personal: Born May 5, 1992 in Olney, Md. to Kirk and Melissa Thrush... shoots left... a business major... lists Alexander Ovechkin as his favorite athlete.

2011-12: Appeared in 31 games for the ‘Cats… compiled 12 points on four goals and eight assists… tallied first collegiate point with an assist against St. Cloud State on 10/21… had two assists in a 5-2 victory over Northeastern on 10/29… scored two goals in an overtime loss against Boston U. in the Hockey East quarterfinals on 03/11… named Hockey East Rookie of the Week on 11/21 Career Milestones: Career-high two goals on multiple occasions... first goal Nov. 18, 2011 vs. UMass Lowell.. . career-high three assists March 2, 2013 vs UMass... career-high three points March 2, 2013 vs UMass

thr u sh ’ S C A R EE R S T A T I S T I C S YEAR 2011-12 2012-13 TOTALS

GP 31 39 70

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U N H H OC K E Y TREVOR VAN RIEMSDYK 6

JUNIOR • ALTERNATE CAPTAIN • DEFENSE • 6-2 • 185 MIDDLETOWN, N.J. • JR. MONARCHS (EJHL)

2012-13: A first team All-America selection... A first team Hockey East All Star... A Division I All-New England All Star... All-Tournament team NCAA Northeast Regional (3/30)... MVP of the Battle for the RiverStone Cup (1/26)...Skated in all 39 games... recorded 33 points on eight goals and 25 assists... ranked No. 3 in the nation in defensemen scoring (0.87 ppg)... second on the team in both assists and points... tied for fourth overall – second among defensemen – in plus/minus (+8)... fifth in shots (96)... recorded two points (1g, 1a) in the NCAA Northeast Regional semifinal vs. Denver (03/30); assisted on UNH’s first goal and scored the second goal... in 27 Hockey East league games, recorded 22 points (3g, 19a)... two assists in the Hockey East quarterfinals at Providence (03/17)... recorded a point in 19 of 39 games with 11 multiple-point games, including seven multiple-assist efforts... career highs in both assists (four) and points (four) vs. Merrimack (01/26)... three assists at Vermont (02/22)... two assists in both games of the regular-season finale series vs. Maine (03/08-09)... consecutive two-point efforts at Maine (11/04; 2a), vs. Vermont (11/10; 2a) and at UMass Lowell (11/16; 1g, 1a)... scored the game-winning goal at UMass Lowell (11/16) and vs. Bemidji State (12/31)... assisted on the game-winner vs. St. Cloud State (10/12), at Maine (11/04) and at Vermont (02/22)... A Hockey East All-Academic Team selection... Rod Langway Best Defenseman Award (UNH).

Before UNH: Spent his 2010-11 season with the New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs, posting 38 points (16g, 22a) in 39 games… recorded five points (2g, 3a) in six playoff games that led Jr. Monarchs to 2011 EJHL championship… paced team in regular season and playoff scoring for a defensemen... tabbed the 2010-11 EJHL Defensive Player of the Year and was named Shore Player of the Year in 2008-09. Personal: Born July 24, 1991 in Middletown, New Jersey to Frans and Allison van Riemsdyk... shoots right…older brother James played two seasons at UNH (2007-09) and currently plays in the NHL for the Toronto Maple Leafs... lists his brother James as his favorite athlete and his father Frans as the person he admires most outside of sports.

2011-12: Played all 37 games for the Wildcats… contributed 19 points, including four goals and 15 assists… had a +7 plus/minus rating… tallied six points in a three-game span including three assists vs. Alabama-Huntsville (11/26)… had a goal and an assist in a game at Harvard (11/22)… ranked second on the team with 43 blocks… named Hockey East Rookie of the Week (02/27)… tabbed to the Hockey East All-Rookie Team... A Hockey East AllAcademic Team selection. Career Milestones: Career-high two goals Feb.24, 2012 at Massachusetts... first goal on Nov. 19, 2011 at Boston U.... career-high four assists Jan. 26, 2013 vs. Merrimack... careerhigh four points Jan. 26, 2013 vs Merrimack. v a n ri e m s d y k ’ s YEAR 2011-12 2012-13 TOTALS

GP 37 39 76

G 4 8 12

A 15 25 40

Pts 19 33 52

C A R EE R S T A T I S T I C S +/- PIM +7 12-24 +8 4-8 +15 16-32

PPG SHG 0 0 3 1 3 1

Tradition. Pride. excellence.

GWG 0 2 2

UNH HOCKEY MATT WILLOWS 9

JUNIOR • FORWARD • 5-9 • 185 CONGERS, N.Y. • NEW JERSEY (EJHL)

2012-13: Named UNH’s Most Improved Player... Skated in 29 of 39 games... recorded 13 points with eight goals and five assists... in 21 Hockey East league games, tallied eight points (5g, 3a)... career highs in both goals (three) and points (three) in a Hockey East quarterfinal game at Providence (03/16)... matched his personal best of two assists vs. Bemidji State (12/31)... scored a goal in four of five games spanning Feb. 17-March 2, including both games of the UMass series... scored the game-winning goal at Vermont (02/22)... assisted on the game-winning goal vs. Bemidji State... scored first collegiate goal at Boston College (01/12)... team was 6-2-2 when he recorded a point.

Personal: Born July 24, 1991 in Congers, New York to Rich and Linda Willows… shoots right... a business major... lists his favorite athlete as Adam Graves and his father Rich as the person he admires outside of sports.

2011-12: Played 20 games in his rookie season… played all three games in the Hockey East quarterfinals against Boston University… added three points on three assists… had two assists in the 5-4 overtime loss to Boston University in the Hockey East quarterfinals... Hockey East All-Academic team selection. Career Milestones: Career-high two assists on multiple occasions..... career-high three points March 16, 2013 at Providence... career-high three goals March 16, 2013 at Providence. Before UNH: Played his 2010-11 season with the EJHL’s New Jersey Hitmen… in 40 games, racked up a leagueleading 70 points (27g, 43 a) while his 12 points (5g, 7a) in eight playoff games also led the EJHL… named the Offensive Player of the Year... totaled 145 points in 94 career contests… at Congers High School, earned spot on the Lower Hudson Valley League 2 All-Star Team... received Player of the Year award.

wi l l o w ’ s C A R EE R S T A T I S T I C S YEAR 2011-12 2012-13 TOTALS

GP 20 29 49

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A 3 5 8

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PPG SHG 0 0 2 0 2 0

UNH MEN’S HOCKEY

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U N H H OC K E Y DAN CORREALE 13

SOPHOMORE • FORWARD • 5-10 • 185 PRINCE GEORGE, BRITISH COLUMBIA • GRAND PRAIRIE (AJHL)

2012-13: Skated in 32 of 39 games... recorded 11 points (3g, 8a)... led all UNH rookies in points... in 23 Hockey East league games, tallied seven points (3g, 4a)... recorded an assist in the HEA quarterfinal series at Providence (03/16)... scored gamewinning goal vs. Merrimack (01/26)... assisted on game-winning goal vs. Rensselaer (01/05) and at Providence (03/16)... recorded first career point with assist vs. Boston U. (10/20) in debut... career-high two assists vs. Rensselaer (01/05) ... matched personal best of two points (1g, 1a) at Boston College (02/17)... named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team. Before UNH: Appeared in 149 games between two teams in juniors... played with Grande Prairie Storm (2009-11) of the Alberta Junior Hockey League; appeared in 120 games, recorded 109 points (35g, 74a)... played with Nanaimo Clippers

of the British Columbia Hockey League (2011-12); registered 24 points (9g, 15a)in 29 games... named squad’s most exciting player. Personal: Born August 21, 1991 in Kamloops, British Columbia, to Mike and Heather Correale… shoots left... plans to major in business ... lists favorite athlete as Michael Jordan and his father Mike as the person he admires outside of sports... His cousins Isaac MacLeod (BC - 2010-current) and Alex MacLeod (Michigan Tech - 2008-12) also played college hockey.

C o rr e a l e ’ s C A R EE R S T A T I S T I C S

YEAR GP G A Pts +/- PIM 2012-13 32 3 8 11 +3 6/12 TOTALS 32 3 8 11 +3 6/12

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MAXIM GAUDREAULT 14

SOPHOMORE • FORWARD • 6-0 • 190 ANNAPOLIS, MD. • SIOUX CITY (USHL)

2012-13: Skated in 30 of 39 games... recorded eight points (3g, 5a) ... in 20 HEA games, tallied six points (3g, 3a)... recorded first career point with GW-goal at Boston U. (11/18) that ignited three-game point streak... notched assists in consecutive games at Colorado College (11/23) and at Denver (11/24)... career highs in both assists (two) and points (two) vs. Providence (02/10)... tallied goal and assist vs. Maine (03/09)... named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team.

Personal: Born in Annapolis, Maryland on July 16, 1992... son of Janick and Marnie Gaudreault... plans to major in business... lists Mike Fisher as favorite athlete and his parents as the people he admires most outside of sports... hobbies include golf, boating and beach volleyball.

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Before UNH: Played with Sioux City Musketeers of USHL... earned 44 points (21g, 23a) in 105 games from 2010-12... scored three shorthanded goals and added six game winners... named an assistant captain in 2011-12.

YEAR GP G A Pts +/- PIM 2012-13 30 3 5 8 +2 5/10 TOTALS 30 3 5 8 +2 5/10

Tradition. Pride. excellence.

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UNH HOCKEY JAMIE HILL 8

SOPHOMORE • FORWARD • 5-9 • 175 GLASSBORO, N.J. • WATERLOO (USHL)

2012-13: Did not see game action.

Personal: Born in Voorhees, N.J. on February 3, 1992... son of Jim and Carol Hill... liberal arts major... lists Claude Giroux as his favorite athlete and his parents as the people he admires most outside of sports... hobbies include golfing, fishing and spending time with friends and family at the shore.

Before UNH: Played three seasons with the Waterloo Black Hawks of the United States Hockey League... recorded 83 total points in 165 regularseason games... scored 33 goals and dished out 52 assists during the regular season... best year was 2011-12 when he registered 10 goals and H I l l ’ s C A R EE R S T A T I S T I C S 26 assists during the regular season... helped YEAR GP G A Pts +/- PIM PPG SHG lead Black Hawks to the 2011-12 Clark Cup finals 2012-13 0 0 0 0 E 0-0 0 0 with nine goals and six assists for 15 points in TOTALS 0 0 0 0 E 0-0 0 0 15 games.

GWG 0 0

COLLIN MACDONALD 24

SOPHOMORE • FORWARD • 6-2 • 200 WEST MILFORD, N.J. • NEW JERSEY (EJHL)

2012-13: Skated in 15 of 39 games... recorded two points (1g, 1a)... recorded one point (1g) in 10 HEA games... made collegiate debut vs. St. Cloud State (10/13)... tallied first career point with an assist at Colorado College (11/23)... scored first collegiate goal vs. Merrimack (01/26)... named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team. Before UNH: Played for Jersey Hitmen of the EJHL... notched 45 points (27g, 18a) in 45 regularseason games... recorded three points (2g, 1a) in six playoff games... EJHL All-Star scored seven power-play goals and added five game winners.

Personal: Born in Pompton Plains, N.J. on June 21, 1992... son of Dave and Patty MacDonald... an economics/finance major... lists Wayne Gretzky as his favorite athlete... Hobbies include golfing

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U N H H OC K E Y BRETT PESCE 22

SOPHOMORE • DEFENSE • 6-3 • 175 TARRYTOWN, N.Y. • JERSEY (EJHL)

2012-13: Skated in 38 of 39 games (did not play in the Jan. 26 game vs. Merrimack)... recorded six points on one goal and five assists... ranked sixth overall in plus/minus (+6)... recorded an assist in NCAA Northeast Regional semifinal vs. Denver (03/29) ... in 26 Hockey East league games, recorded three points (1g, 2a)... tallied first career point with an assist at Colorado College (11/23)... first collegiate goal at UMass Lowell (12/01)... recorded assist in Game 2 of the Hockey East quarterfinal win at Providence (03/16)... named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team.

Development team over the 2011-12 holiday break... chosen to the U.S. Under-18 team for the 2011 Ivan Hlinka Memorial Tournament in Slovakia and the Czech Republic... handed out game-winning assist in the win over Russia.

Before UNH: Spent two seasons with the North Jersey Avalanche from 2010-12... played 52 games and earned 40 points... in 2011-12, recorded 27 points on nine goals and 18 assists in 20 games... also played for the Jersey Hitmen in 2011-12; registered six points (1g, 5a) in 17 games... played for U.S. National

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Personal: Born in Bronxville, N.Y. on November 15, 1994... son of Brian and Alyssa Pesce.... a business major... lists Mark Messier as his favorite athlete and his dad as the person he admires most outside of sports... hobbies outside of hockey including playing lacrosse and watching movies NHL Rights: Pesce was selected in the third round (66th overall pick) of the 2013 NHL Draft by the Carolina Hurricanes.

YEAR 2012-13 TOTALS

GP 38 38

G 1 1

A Pts +/- PIM 5 6 +6 5/10 5 6 +6 5/10

PPG SHG 0 0 0 0

GWG 0 0

HARRY QUAST 7

SOPHOMORE • DEFENSE • 6-4 • 215 CHAGRIN FALLS, OHIO • BAY STATE (EJHL) 2012-13: Skated in three games, including the season-opener, a 5-3 win for the Wildcats... named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team. Before UNH: Played 87 games over two seasons with the Bay State Breakers of the Eastern Junior Hockey League from 2010-12... had a breakout year in 2011-12 by collecting 32 points on eight goals and 24 assists in 45 games... EJHL All-Star led the team in plus/ minus with a +32 rating and was the top defensive scorer on the Breakers... a USA Hockey Select 16 & 17 participant.

Personal: Born in Chagrin Falls, Ohio on March 26, 1991... son of Greg and Barbara Quast... a business administration and marketing major... lists Milan Lucic as his favorite athlete and his parents as the person he admires most outside of sports... hobbies include weightlifting and listening to music

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PIM 1/2 1/2

Tradition. Pride. excellence.

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GWG 0 0

UNH HOCKEY JAMIE REGAN 32

SOPHOMORE • GOALIE • 6-2 • 180 CHAGRIN FALLS, OHIO • PHILADELPHIA (EJHL)

2012-13: Did not see game action... named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team.

Before UNH: Played two seasons with the Philadelphia Revolution of the Eastern Junior Hockey League from 2010-12... registered a .904 and .903 save percentage in his two years with the Revolution... an EJHL All-Star, he also appeared in two playoff games in his time with the Revolution with a .924 save percentage... As a senior at University School (Shaker Heights, Ohio), Regan was named the News-Herald’s Player of the Year.

Personal: Born in Cleveland, Ohio on January 15, 1992... son of Sean and Suzanne Regan... a business major... lists Carey Price as his favorite athlete and his grandfather as the person he admires most outside of sports... his uncle Doug Adams played with the New York Rangers and later coached with the Rochester Americans... his father Sean played hockey one season with Miami University... hobbies include golfing and fishing.

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GA SAVES SHOTS SAVE% GAA W-L-T SO 0 0 0 .000 0.00 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0.00 0-0-0 0

KYLE SMITH 23

SOPHOMORE • FORWARD • 6-1 • 185 LUMBERTON, N.J. • JUNIOR BRUINS (EJHL) 2012-13: Skated in two of 39 games... made his collegiate debut at Vermont (02/22)... named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team.

Personal: Born in Lumberton, N.J. on February 14, 1992... son of Steven and Deborah Smith... an undeclared major... lists Allen Iverson as his favorite athlete and his father as the person he admires most outside of sports... hobbies include golfing and watching movies

Before UNH: Played three seasons with the Junior Bruins of the Eastern Junior Hockey League from 2009-12... appeared in 136 games with the Junior Bruins, recording 153 points on 53 goals and 100 assists... in 2011-12, scored 24 goals and dished out 38 assists... as team captain, helped s m ith ’ s guide Bruins to the 2011-12 regular-season YEAR GP championship... a two-time All-Star. 2012-13 2 TOTALS

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U N H H OC K E Y COLLIN BOURQUE 20

FRESHMAN • FORWARD • 5-7 • 155 GOFFSTOWN, N.H. • NEW ENGLAND (AEHL)

Before UNH: Played for the New England Wolves of the Academy East Hockey League... was the leading scorer for the Wolves in 2012-13 with 26 goals and 78 assists for 114 points in 55 games... tallied nine power-play goals... paced team with 36 goals... helped the Wolves capture the AEHL Championship in its inaugural season of the league... league coaches named Bourque Player of the Year as well as First Team All-Star.

Personal: Born in Nashua, N.H. on February 11, 1993... son of Daniel and Nancy Bourque... a sport studies major... lists Martin St. Louis as his favorite athlete... hobbies outside of hockey include: fishing, kayaking, boating, hunting and training.

MATIAS CLELAND 2 FRESHMAN • DEFENSE • 5-11 • 185 LONGMONT, COLO. • OMAHA (USHL)

Before UNH: Spent time with Omaha Lancers and Waterloo Black Hawks of the USHL in 2012-13... played just three games with Waterloo with a pair of assists before being traded to Omaha... recorded 39 points (9g, 30a) in 63 games for Omaha; was named a team captain... ranked fourth in the USHL in defenseman scoring in 2012-13... in 2011-12, as a member of the Black Hawks, notched a goal and nine assists for 10 points in 41 games... in summer of 2011-12, he and Black Hawks represented the United States in the Junior Club World Cup in Omsk, Russia; paced the squad with four assists... suited up for the Colorado Thunderbirds U18 team in 2010-11; compiled 31 points (5g, 26a).

Personal: Born in Longmont, Colo. on January 28, 1994... son of Larry and Frances Cleland... a business administration major... lists Joe Sakic as his favorite athlete and his mom, dad and brother as the people he admires most outside of sports... hobbies outside of hockey include: flyfishing, hiking and listening to music... his cousin Thane Cleland played football for the University of Washington from 1983-1986.

Tradition. Pride. excellence.

UNH HOCKEY T YLER KELLEHER 16

FRESHMAN • FORWARD • 5-6 • 154 LONGMEADOW, MASS. • US NTDP

Before UNH: Member of USA National Development Program... in 2012-13, played for the US Under-18 team and led club in scoring with 29 goals, 30 assists for 59 points... helped Team USA to silver medal in Sochi, Russia at the U-18 Men’s World Championships... participated in the CCM/USA Hockey All-American Prospects game, where he assisted on one of the two goals scored... leading scorer for U-17 team in 2011-12 with 17 goals and 13 assists in 36 games... helped lead Longmeadow High School to the Division II state championship as a freshman with 70 points on 40 goals and 30 assists in 24 games.

Personal: Born in Longmeadow, Mass. on January 2, 1995... son of James and Michelle Kelleher... a communications major... lists Danny Briere as his favorite athlete... hobbies outside of hockey include hanging with friends and watching TV.

DYLAN MALLER 4

FRESHMAN • DEFENSE • 6-2 • 195 PARKLAND, FLA. • TRI-CITY (USHL) Before UNH: Played for the Tri-City Storm of the United States Hockey League from 2011-13... in 2012-13, he had five points in 61 games... in 2011-12, he had nine points in 39 games... named USHL Defenseman of the Week for the week of Jan. 14, 2013 and was named TriCity’s top rookie defenseman in 2011-12... In 2010-11, he played for the DC Capitals U18 team in the North American Prospects Hockey League.

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Personal: Born in Parkland, Fla. on April 15, 1994... son of Mark and Heidi Maller... a business administrarion major... lists Floyd Mayweather as his favorite athlete, and his mom as the person he admires most outside of sports... hobbies outside of hockey include: music and movies.

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U N H H OC K E Y Andrew Silsby SEVENTH GRADE EXETER, N.H. • COOPERATIVE MIDDLE SCHOOL

Before UNH: Andrew was born a happy, healthy baby but at age 5 that all changed when he recieved the news that he had a brain tumor. He had brain surgury 2 days following the diagnosis and has fought a long, hard journey to recovery. Andrew had to relearn to do just about everything. He spent many years in physical and occupational therapy. He has some learning and physical disabilities, but he does not let them stop him. He began giving back almost right away by organizing a toy drive for the hospital where he was treated. He is a very caring and sensitive boy who is always looking for an opportunity to help others. In 2012, Friends of Jaclyn, an organization dedicated to helping improve the quality of life for kids with pediatric brain tumors, matched Andrew up with the UNH mens hockey team. It has been an amazing experience and the coaches and players treat him like he is an important member of the team. This opportunity has helped with his self esteem and builds a sense of belonging. The journey is not over, and we take each day as a gift. Andrew recieved a clean MRI last February and is celebrating his 7th year of good health. From 2009-11, Andrew won a national contest that designated him as the Kid Captain of Red Sox Nation. He has a certificate of leadership from the Travis Manion Foundation in 2013. He is curretnly an honor roll student and has organized several successful fundraising events. In 2011 and 2012, he won the SPCA summer camp t-shirt design contest. Personal: Born in Exeter, N.H. on September 20, 2000... has a golden retriever named George... plays baseball and runs cross country... favorite sport is baseball... favorite sports teams are UNH men’s hockey and the Boston Red Sox... role models are Dustin Pedroia and Jon Lester... favorite color is orange... favorite food is seafood... favorite number is 11.

Tradition. Pride. excellence.

UNH HOCKEY The Hockey East Association is home to four of the last six NCAA National Champions, as the league enters its 30th anniversary season of play in 2013-2014. The league has consistently remained the strongest Division I conference from top to bottom, encompassing 11 elite Division I hockey programs with the addition of Notre Dame in the 2013-14 season. UMass Lowell dominated Hockey East last year winning their first league regular season and tournament championship in school history, in addition to its first Frozen Four appearance at the CONSOL Energy Center in Pittsburgh, Pa. The River Hawks, Eagles and Wildcats all qualified for the NCAA Tournament in March, marking the fifth straight year the league has placed at least three teams in the NCAA Tournament The league with host its third series of Frozen Fenway events in Boston with two doubleheaders on January 4 and January 11 at Fenway Park. Hockey East will once again enjoy a rich television package on a national and regional basis with NBC Sports Network, and New England Sports Network (NESN) televising over 30 games in the upcoming season. 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. The University of Notre Dame was accepted as the league’s 11th member on October 5, 2011 and will begin play starting play this October. Most recently the University of Connecticut is the conference’s 12th program, which was announced on June 21, 2012. Since its inception, Hockey East has set new competitive standards for college hockey success, annually compiling an impressive collective winning percentage against non-conference 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 20 years, Hockey East has cemented itself as the nation’s elite college hockey league, having earned 30 of the 78 berths in the NCAA Frozen Four and boasting eight 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 and 2012. 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 2013, marking nine times in the last 10 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 a league-record 101 student-athletes for outstanding academic achievement during the 2012-2013 academic year. Maine freshmen Devin Shore and Kyle Williams were named the recipient of the league’s Top Scholar-Athlete Award with a perfect 4.0 grade point average for the season. The league also honored six student-athletes that received “Distinguished Scholar” status. Those earning “Distinguished Scholar” status achieved a 3.0 or better in each semester over four varsity seasons. Maine’s Mark Nemec, Vermont’s Ben Albertson, Boston College’s Brooks Dyroff, Northeastern’s Bryan Mountain, New Hampshire’s Scott Pavelski and Boston University’s Ryan Ruikka were bestowed the prestigious honor. 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. Six Hockey East athletes have received the prestigious Hockey Humanitarian Award, three from each from the men’s league and women’s, and seven others have been finalists for the award. Boston College’s Brooks Dyroff won the 2011 Hockey Humanitarian Award, marking the league’s Hockey East Association sixth honoree in as many years, for his work with his not-for-profit organization called CEO 4 Teens.

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Boston College’s Johnny Gaudreau was named Hobey Baker finalist and was also one of three Hobey Hat Trick finalists, while the league boasted six All-Americans last season. However, it is the quality of its individual players as leading athletes that most sets Hockey East apart from the rest. More than 40 Hockey East alums were regulars on NHL rosters in 20122013. In total, 50 active Hockey East players have been selected in the NHL Entry Draft. The league boasts 35 all-time first round picks. Notre Dame’s 2013-14 roster boasts a league-high 10 NHL draft picks, while Boston College and crosstown rival Boston University each have eight players selected. A total of 558 Hockey East student-athletes have been selected in the NHL Entry Draft in the 29-year history of the league, which included nine draftees in the 2013 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 2012-13 season for the eighth consecutive season.

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U N H H OC K E Y 1984-85 (seed) H-A-N UNH (seed) Opponent 3-8-85 (4) (H) 6 (5)UMass Lowell 3-9-85 (4) (H) 8 (5)UMass Lowell (UMass Lowell wins mini-game, 1-0, quarterfinals) 1985-86 3-7-86 (7) (A) 1 (2)Boston U. 3-8-86 (7) (A) 3 (2)Boston U. (BU wins two-game, total-goal series, 5-4, quarterfinals)

1 4

T L

1988-89 3-4-89 (6) (A) 4 (3)Northeastern (NU wins single elimination quarterfinal)

5

L

1989-90 3-1-90 (5) (A) 1 (4)Providence 3-2-90 (5) (A) 2 (4)Providence 3-4-90 (5) (A) 7 (4)Providence (UNH wins best of three games, 2-1, quarterfinals)

5 0 4

L W W

3-9-90 (5) (A) 4 (1)Boston College (BC wins HE Semifinal at Conte Forum)

5

L

4

L

2

W

3-12-92 (2) (N) 5 (3)Providence (UNH wins HE Semifinal at Boston Garden)

3

W

3-14-92 (2) (N) 1 (1)Maine (Maine wins HE Championship at Boston Garden)

4

L

1992-93 3-12-93 (3) (H) 5 (6)Merrimack 3-14-93 (3) (H) 9 (6)Merrimack (UNH wins best of three games, 2-0, quarterfinals)

3 2

W W

3-19-93 (3) (N) 0 (2)Boston U. (BU wins HE Semifinal at Boston Garden)

2

L

3-20-93 (3) (N) 4 (4)UMass Lowell (Mass Lowell wins HE Third Place game at Boston Garden)

5

L

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

1 5

W W

1990-91 3-1-91 (5) (A) 1 (4) Providence (PC wins single elimination quarterfinal) 1991-92 3-8-92 (2) (H) 4 (7)Northeastern (UNH wins single elimination quarterfinal)

(Quarterfinals — UNH wins series, 2-0)

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3/15/02 (1) (N) 4 (HE Semifinals at the FleetCenter)

(4)UMass Lowell

3

W

3/16/02 (1) (N) 3 (HE Finals at the FleetCenter)

(3)Maine

1

W

2002-2003 3/7/03 (1) (H) 8 (8)UMass Lowell 3/8/03 (1) (H) 8 (8)UMass Lowell (Quarterfinals — UNH wins series, 2-0)

4 4

W W

3/14/03 (1) (N) 5 (HE Semifinals at the FleetCenter)

(7)Massachusetts

4

W

3/15/03 (1) (N) 1 (HE Finals at the FleetCenter)

(5)Boston U.

0

W

OT

2003-2004 3/11/04 (4) (H) 2 (5)Providence 3/12/04 (4) (H) 3 (5)Providence 3/13/04 (4) (H) 1 (5)Providence (Quarterfinals — UNH wins series, 2-1)

1 4 0

W L W

OT

3/19/04 (4) (N) 2 (HE Semifinals at the FleetCenter)

5

L

2004-2005 3/10/05 (3) (H) 6 (6)Northeastern 3/11/05 (3) (H) 4 (6)Northeastern (Quarterfinals — UNH wins series, 2-0)

1 0

W W

3/18/05 (3) (N) 5 (HE Semifinals at the FleetCenter)

(2)Boston U.

2

W

3/19/05 (3) (N) 1 (HE Finals at the FleetCenter)

(1)Boston College

3

L

2005-2006 3/9/06 (4) (H) 4 (5)Providence 3/10/06 (4) (H) 2 (5)Providence (Quarterfinals — UNH wins series, 2-0)

0 1

W W

3/17/06 (4) (N) 2 (1)Boston U. (HE Semifinals at the TD Banknorth Garden)

9

L

2006-2007 3/8/07 (1) (H) 4 (8)Providence 3/9/07 (1) (H) 6 (8)Providence (Quarterfinals — UNH wins series, 2-0)

0 0

W W

3/16/07 (1) (N) 3 (4)Massachusetts (HE Semifinals at the TD Banknorth Garden)

2

W

(3)Massachusetts

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

4

L

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3/17/07 (1) (N) 2 (2)Boston College (HE Finals at the TD Banknorth Garden)

5

L

1994-95 3-9-95 (3) (H) 2 (6)Providence (PC wins single elimination quarterfinal at Conte Forum)

3

L

OT

2007-2008 3/14/08 (1) (H) 4 (8)Massachusetts 3/15/08 (1) (H) 7 (8)Massachusetts (Quarterfinals — UNH wins series, 2-0)

1 2

W W

1995-96 3-7-96 (6) (A) 2 (3)Maine 3-8-96 (6) (A) 4 (3)Maine (Maine wins best of three games, 2-0, quarterfinals)

4 8

L L

3/21/08 (1) (N) 4 (4)Boston College (HE Semifinals at the TD Banknorth Garden)

5

L

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

1 2

W W

2008-2009 3/13/09 (3) (H) 3 (6)Boston College 3/14/09 (3) (H) 0 (6)Boston College (Quarterfinals ----- BC wins series , 2-0)

5 1

L L

3/14/97 (2) (N) 4 (HE Semifinals at Fleet Center)

0

W

4 1 1

W L L

3/15/97 (2) (N) 2 (1)Boston U. (HE Championship at FleetCenter)

4

L

2009-2010 3/12/10 (1) (H) 7 (8)Vermont 3/13/10 (1) (H) 0 (8)Vermont 3/14/10 (1) (H) 0 (8)Vermont (Quarterfinals ----- UVM wins series , 2-1)

1997-98 3/13/98 (3) (H) 2 (6)Maine 3/14/98 (3) (H) 3 (6)Maine (Quarterfinals — Maine wins best of three games, 2-0)

3 5

L L

2010-2011 3/11/11 (2) (H) 3 (7)Vermont 3/12/11 (2) (H) 4 (7)Vermont (Quarterfinals ----- UNH wins series, 2-0)

1 3

W W

3/18/11 (2) (N) 4 (HE Semifinals at the TD Garden)

(4)Merrimack

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L

1998-99 3/12/99 (1) (H) 3 (8)Merrimack 3/13/99 (1) (H) 5 (8)Merrimack (Quarterfinals — UNH wins best of three games, 2-0)

2 4

W W

3/19/99 (1) (N) 6 (HE Semifinals at FleetCenter)

(4)Providence

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W

2011-2012 3/9/12 (6) 3/10/12 (6) 3/11/12 (6)

(A) (A) (A)

3 2 4

(3)Boston U. (3)Boston U. (3)Boston U.

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3/20/99 (1) (N) (HE Finals at FleetCenter)

(3)Boston College

2012-2013 3/9/12 (5) 3/10/12 (5) 3/11/12 (5)

(A) (A) (A)

2 4 2

(4)Providence (4)Providence (4)Providence

3 1 3

L W L

4

L

1999-2000 3/9/00 (2) (H) 5 (7)Merrimack 3/10/00 (2) (H) 3 (7)Merrimack (Quarterfinals — UNH wins best of two games, 2-0)

2 2

W W

3/17/00 (2) (N) 1 (HE Semifinals at FleetCenter)

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L

2000-2001 3/8/01 (4) (H) 4 (5)UMass Lowell 3/9/01 (4) (H) 1 (5)UMass Lowell 3/10/01 (4) (H) 1 (5)UMass Lowell (Quarterfinals — Lowell wins series 2-1)

2 2 2

W L L

2001-2002 3/8/02 (1) 3/9/02 (1)

2 4

W W

(H) (H)

5

(5)Boston College

6 5

(3)Boston College

(8)Merrimack (8)Merrimack

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UNH’S RECORD IN THE HOCKEY EAST TOURNAMENT

Tradition. Pride. excellence.

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UNH HOCKEY 2013-14 Hockey East Men’s Composite Schedule (Updated 9/23/13) All Times EST and 7pm unless noted, * denotes league games Saturday, October 5 Saturday, October 26 Friday, November 22 St. Francis Xavier at Boston University (Exh) Massachusetts at Maine (NL) Vermont at Massachusetts * McGill at UMass Lowell (Exh, 3pm) UMass Lowell at Michigan Notre Dame at UMass Lowell * Acadia at New Hampshire (Exh) Boston University at Michigan State Northeastern at Merrimack * Dalhousie at Northeastern (Exh, 7:30pm) Army at Merrimack New Hampshire at Providence * Ottawa at Vermont (Exh, 7:30pm) New Hampshire at Rensselaer North Dakota at Boston University (7:30pm) Northeastern at St. Lawrence Sunday, October 6 Notre Dame at Minnesota Duluth (8pm) Saturday, November 23 St. Francis Xavier at Boston College (Exh, 1pm) Miami at Providence Boston College at Maine * Dalhousie at Maine (Exh, 4pm) Penn State vs. Vermont (Wells Fargo Center, 5pm) Notre Dame at UMass Lowell * (4pm) McGill at Merrimack (Exh, 5pm) Merrimack at Northeastern * Guelph at Notre Dame (Exh, 5pm) Sunday, October 27 New Hampshire at Providence * Acadia at Vermont (Exh, 3pm) Boston College at Minnesota (2pm) North Dakota at Boston University Thursday, October 10 Boston College at Michigan (7:30pm) Friday, October 11 Massachusetts at Boston University * (7:30pm) Sacred Heart at UMass Lowell (7:15pm) Maine at St. Lawrence Merrimack at Denver (9:30pm) IceBreaker Tournament (at Minnesota) Clarkson vs. New Hampshire (5pm) Alabama-Huntsville at Northeastern Western Michigan at Notre Dame (8pm) Minnesota State at Providence Vermont at North Dakota (8:30pm) Saturday, October 12 Massachusetts at UMass Lowell (NL) Holy Cross at Boston University Maine at St. Lawrence Merrimack at Denver (9pm) IceBreaker Tournament (at Minnesota) Mercyhurst/Minnesota vs. New Hampshire Alabama-Huntstville at Northeastern Notre Dame at Western Michigan Minnesota State at Providence Vermont at North Dakota (8pm) Sunday, October 13 Rensselaer at Boston College (3pm) Friday, October 18 Wisconsin at Boston College Rensselaer at Boston University (7:30pm) Michigan State at Massachusetts Quinnipiac at UMass Lowell (7:15pm) Mercyhurst at Merrimack Michigan at New Hampshire (7:30pm) Northeastern at Holy Cross Michigan Tech at Notre Dame Saturday, October 19 Wisconsin at Boston University Bentley at Maine (7:30pm) Michigan State at Massachusetts UMass Lowell at Quinnipiac Mercyhurst at Merrimack Michigan at New Hampshire Holy Cross at Northeastern American International at Providence Sunday, October 20 Michigan Tech at Notre Dame (2pm) Friday, October 25 Massachusetts at Maine (NL, 8pm) Boston College at Minnesota (8pm) Boston University at Michigan UMass Lowell at Michigan State Northeastern at St. Lawrence Notre Dame at Minnesota Duluth (8pm) Miami at Providence

Friday, November 1 Northeastern at Boston College * (8pm) Providence at Boston University * (7:30pm) Maine at Massachusetts * New Hampshire at UMass Lowell * (7:15pm) Notre Dame at Vermont * Bentley at Merrimack Saturday, November 2 Maine at Massachusetts * UMass Lowell at New Hampshire * Boston College at Northeastern * Boston University at Providence * Notre Dame at Vermont * (4:30pm) Friday, November 8 Boston College at Boston University * (7:30pm) Vermont at Maine * Massachusetts at New Hampshire * (7:30pm) Providence at Merrimack * Minnesota at Notre Dame (8pm) Saturday, November 9 Vermont at Maine * New Hampshire at Massachusetts * Northeastern at UMass Lowell * Merrimack at Providence * Minnesota at Notre Dame Sunday, November 10 Army at Boston College (3pm) Tuesday, November 12 Brown at New Hampshire UMass Lowell at Princeton Thursday, November 14 Boston College at Massachusetts * UMass Lowell at Penn State Friday, November 15 Massachusetts at Boston College * Boston University at Maine * New Hampshire at Northeastern * Merrimack at Notre Dame * (7:30pm) Providence at Vermont * UMass Lowell at Penn State Saturday, November 16 Northeastern at New Hampshire * Merrimack at Notre Dame * Providence at Vermont * Sunday, November 17 Connecticut at Boston University (5pm) Wednesday, November 20 Boston College at Harvard

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Sunday, November 24 Massachusetts at Vermont * (4pm) Tuesday, November 26 Harvard at New Hampshire Wednesday, November 27 Providence at Quinnipiac Friday, November 29 Maine at Vermont (NL) Holy Cross at Boston College (4pm) New Hampshire at Colorado College (9:30pm) Shillelagh Tournament Northeastern vs. Western Michigan (4pm) Notre Dame vs. Alabama Hunstville (7:30pm) Saturday, November 30 Maine at Vermont (NL) Cornell vs. Boston University (MSG, 8pm) Massachusetts at Quinnipiac Merrimack at Yale New Hampshire at Colorado College (9pm) Shillelagh Tournament Northeastern vs. Notre Dame/UAH (4pm) Notre Dame vs. Northeastern/WMU (7:30pm) Brown at Providence (Mayor’s Cup) Tuesday, December 3 American International at UMass Lowell Friday, December 6 New Hampshire at Boston College * Boston University at Merrimack * Massachusetts at Notre Dame *(8pm) Providence at Northeastern * (8pm) Saturday, December 7 Merrimack at Boston University * UMass Lowell at Maine * Boston College at New Hampshire * Massachusetts at Notre Dame * (6:30pm) Friday, December 13 American International at Maine Saturday, December 14 Bentley at Boston University American International at Maine Massachusetts at Colgate (4pm) St. Lawrence at Vermont Sunday, December 15 Massachusetts at Colgate (2pm) Tuesday, December 17 Northeastern at Vermont * Denver at Massachusetts

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Merrimack at Clarkson Vermont at Colgate

Friday, December 27 Three Rivers Classic Bowling Green vs. Boston College (4:30pm)

Sunday, January 12 U.S. Under-18 Team at Massachusetts (Exh)

Saturday, December 28 Three Rivers Classic Penn State/Robert Morris vs. Boston College (4:30/7:30pm) Florida College Classic Princeton vs. Maine (4pm) Cornell vs. New Hampshire (7:30pm) Catamount Cup Canisius vs. UMass Lowell (4pm) Clarkson vs. Vermont Sunday, December 29 Florida College Classic Cornell/New Hampshire vs. Maine Maine/Princeton vs. New Hampshire UConn Tournament Massachusetts vs. Quinnipiac (4pm) Dartmouth Tournament Northeastern vs. Air Force (4pm) Providence vs. Dartmouth Catamount Cup Clarkson vs. UMass Lowell (4pm) Canisius vs. Vermont Monday, December 30 UConn Tournament Massachusetts vs. UConn/Sacred Heart Dartmouth Tournament Northeastern vs. Providence/Dartmouth Providence vs. Northeastern/Air Force Thursday, January 2 Russian Red Stars at Merrimack (Exh) Friday, January 3 Clarkson at UMass Lowell (7:15pm) Nebraska-Omaha at New Hampshire (7:30pm) Dartmouth at Vermont Saturday, January 4 Notre Dame vs. Boston College * (7:30pm) Merrimack vs. Providence (NL, 4pm) (Frozen Fenway, Fenway Park, Boston, Mass.) Massachusetts at Northeastern (NL) Clarkson at UMass Lowell (4pm) Boston University at Harvard Maine at Quinnipiac Nebraska-Omaha at New Hampshire Yale at Vermont Tuesday, January 7 Northeastern at Providence * Vermont at St. Lawrence Wednesday, January 8 Dartmouth at Boston University Friday, January 10 Providence at Boston College * Massachusetts at Cornell Merrimack at Clarkson Alabama-Huntsville at Notre Dame (8pm) Saturday, January 11 Maine vs. Boston University * (6:30pm) UMass Lowell vs. Northeastern * (3pm) (Frozen Fenway, Fenway Park, Boston, Mass.) Dartmouth vs. New Hampshire (VWA, TBA) Alabama-Huntsville at Notre Dame Boston College at Brown

Tuesday, January 14 American International at Massachusetts St. Francis Xavier at Maine (Exh) Friday, January 17 Boston University at Boston College * Maine at UMass Lowell * (7:15pm) Vermont at Northeastern * Union at New Hampshire (7:30pm) Merrimack at Quinnipiac Lake Superior State at Notre Dame (8pm) Providence at Colorado College (9:30pm) Saturday, January 18 Maine at Boston College * Boston University at UMass Lowell * Quinnipiac at Merrimack Vermont at Northeastern (NL) Union at New Hampshire Lake Superior State at Notre Dame Providence at Colorado College (9pm) Tuesday, January 21 Boston College at Merrimack * New Brunswick at Maine (Exh) Friday, January 24 Vermont at Boston University * (7:30pm) Merrimack at Massachusetts * Maine at New Hampshire * Northeastern at Notre Dame * (8pm) UMass Lowell at Providence * Saturday, January 25 Vermont at Boston University * Providence at UMass Lowell * Massachusetts at Merrimack * Northeastern at Notre Dame * Boston College at Penn State Sunday, January 26 New Hampshire at Maine * (2pm) Friday, January 31 Boston University at Massachusetts * (7:30pm) Merrimack at UMass Lowell * (7:15pm) Notre Dame at New Hampshire * Boston College at Providence * Saturday, February 1 UMass Lowell at Merrimack * Notre Dame at New Hampshire * (4pm) Monday, February 3 Beanpot Tournament Northeastern vs. Harvard (5pm) Boston University vs. Boston College (8pm) Friday, February 7 Merrimack at Boston College * UMass Lowell at Boston University * (7:30pm) Vermont at New Hampshire * Massachusetts at Northeastern * Maine at Notre Dame * (8pm) Saturday, February 8 UMass Lowell at Massachusetts * (6pm) Vermont at New Hampshire * Maine at Notre Dame * (8pm)

Monday, February 10 Beanpot Tournament Consolation Game (4:30pm) Championship Game (7:30pm) Tuesday, February 11 Connecticut at Providence Friday, February 14 Merrimack at Maine * Massachusetts at UMass Lowell * (7:30pm) Boston University at New Hampshire * (7pm) Notre Dame at Providence * Boston College at Vermont * Saturday, February 15 New Hampshire at Boston University * Merrimack at Maine * Northeastern at Massachusetts * Notre Dame at Providence * Boston College at Vermont * Friday, February 21 UMass Lowell at Boston College * Massachusetts at Providence * Vermont at Merrimack * Maine at Northeastern * Boston University at Notre Dame * (8pm) Saturday, February 22 Boston College at UMass Lowell * Vermont at Merrimack * Maine at Northeastern * Boston University at Notre Dame * Providence at Massachusetts * Friday, February 28 Northeastern at Boston University * (7:30pm) Providence at Maine * New Hampshire at Merrimack * UMass Lowell at Vermont * Saturday, March 1 Notre Dame at Boston College * (4pm) Boston University at Northeastern * Providence at Maine * New Hampshire at Merrimack * UMass Lowell at Vermont * Friday, March 7 to Sunday, March 9 Hockey East First Round (at campus sites) Friday, March 14 to Sunday, March 16 Hockey East Quarterfinals (at campus sites) Friday, March 21 Hockey East Semifinals (at TD Garden, Boston, Mass.) Saturday, March 22 Hockey East Championship Game (at TD Garden, Boston, Mass.) Friday, March 28 to Sunday, March 30 NCAA Regionals (Northeast, DCU Center, Worcester, Mass.; East, Webster Bank Arena, Bridgeport, Conn.; Midwest, U.S. Bank Arena, Cincinnati, Ohio; West, XCel Energy Center, St. Paul, Minn.) Thursday, April 10 NCAA Frozen Four Semifinals (at the Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, Pa.) Saturday, April 12 NCAA Championship Game (at the Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, Pa.)

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U N H H OC K E Y 20-12-7 Overall , 13-8-6 Hockey East (Home: 10-4-3, Away: 8-7-4, Neutral: 2-1-0)

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------New Hampshire | Overall - 39 GP (20-12- 7 .603) | Conf Only - 27 GP (13- 8- 6 .593) | Career ------------------------------------|-------------------------------------|-------------------------------------|---------------## Player POS YR | GP G A PTS PEN/MIN PP SH GW GT | GP G A PTS PEN/MIN PP SH GW GT | GP G A PTS 27 Kevin Goumas F JR | 38 10 32 42 19/ 38 2 0 2 0 | 27 7 20 27 13/ 26 2 0 1 0 | 106 25 69 94 6 Trevor van Riemsdyk D SO | 39 8 25 33 4/ 8 3 1 2 1 | 27 3 19 22 1/ 2 2 0 1 1 | 76 12 40 52 28 Grayson Downing F SO | 38 15 16 31 18/ 44 3 3 1 0 | 27 9 10 19 15/ 38 0 2 1 0 | 72 25 29 54 16 John Henrion F SR | 39 15 11 26 15/ 30 3 0 3 1 | 27 11 8 19 10/ 20 3 0 3 1 | 142 35 31 66 3 Austin Block F SR | 39 15 8 23 22/ 44 6 0 2 0 | 27 11 8 19 15/ 30 5 0 1 0 | 136 25 25 50 5 Eric Knodel (TOR) D JR | 38 10 11 21 4/ 8 5 0 1 1 | 27 9 8 17 2/ 4 5 0 1 1 | 75 13 20 33 19 Casey Thrush F SO | 39 6 11 17 5/ 10 0 0 0 0 | 27 2 8 10 5/ 10 0 0 0 0 | 70 10 19 29 21 Nick Sorkin F JR | 29 2 15 17 9/ 18 0 0 1 0 | 20 1 11 12 6/ 12 0 0 1 0 | 101 14 43 57 10 Dalton Speelman F JR | 39 9 6 15 4/ 8 2 0 3 0 | 27 6 4 10 2/ 4 1 0 1 0 | 121 25 19 44 2 Connor Hardowa D SR | 39 2 13 15 5/ 10 1 0 0 0 | 27 1 8 9 2/ 4 1 0 0 0 | 143 11 32 43 12 Justin Agosta D JR | 38 2 12 14 6/ 12 0 0 1 0 | 27 1 9 10 5/ 10 0 0 0 0 | 75 3 16 19 9 Matt Willows F SO | 29 8 5 13 15/ 38 2 0 2 0 | 21 5 3 8 12/ 32 2 0 1 0 | 49 8 8 16 13 Dan Correale F FR | 32 3 8 11 6/ 12 1 0 1 0 | 23 3 4 7 5/ 10 1 0 1 0 | 32 3 8 11 18 Jeff Silengo F JR | 24 3 7 10 3/ 6 0 0 0 0 | 14 1 4 5 2/ 4 0 0 0 0 | 88 7 17 24 15 Brett Kostolansky D SR | 39 0 10 10 5/ 10 0 0 0 0 | 27 0 7 7 3/ 6 0 0 0 0 | 143 7 39 46 14 Maxim Gaudreault F FR | 30 3 5 8 5/ 10 1 0 1 0 | 20 3 3 6 3/ 6 1 0 1 0 | 30 3 5 8 11 Scott Pavelski F SR | 38 4 3 7 5/ 10 0 0 0 1 | 27 3 3 6 2/ 4 0 0 0 1 | 81 7 4 11 17 Jay Camper F SO | 24 2 4 6 4/ 8 0 0 0 0 | 17 1 1 2 2/ 4 0 0 0 0 | 37 3 5 8 22 Brett Pesce D FR | 38 1 5 6 5/ 10 0 0 0 0 | 26 1 2 3 2/ 4 0 0 0 0 | 38 1 5 6 26 Greg Burke (WSH) F SR | 13 3 2 5 5/ 21 0 0 0 0 | 8 2 2 4 5/ 21 0 0 0 0 | 97 13 16 29 24 Collin MacDonald F FR | 15 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 | 10 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 | 15 1 1 2 35 Jeff Wyer G JR | 4 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 | 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 | 7 0 2 2 29 Casey DeSmith G SO | 38 0 1 1 1/ 2 0 0 0 0 | 26 0 1 1 1/ 2 0 0 0 0 | 60 0 1 1 23 Kyle Smith F FR | 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 | 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 | 2 0 0 0 7 Harry Quast D FR | 3 0 0 0 1/ 2 0 0 0 0 | 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 | 3 0 0 0 Bench | 2/ 4 | 2/ 4 | ------------------------------------|-------------------------------------|-------------------------------------|---------------New Hampshire | 39 122 212 334 168/363 29 4 20 4 | 27 81 143 224 115/257 23 2 13 4 | Opponents | 39 90 157 247 195/444 13 2 12 2 | 27 58 100 158 145/325 7 1 8 1 | ------------------------------------|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|---------------## Goaltending (Overall) | GP Minutes GA Saves Shots Save% GAA Record Win% GS SO %Time | Overall 29 Casey DeSmith SO | 38 2204:06 82 1000 1082 .924 2.23 19-10- 7 .625 38 5 92.6% | +: 801:24 33.7% 35 Jeff Wyer JR | 4 159:01 6 68 74 .919 2.26 1- 2- 0 .333 1 0 6.7% | -: 653:39 27.5% Open Net | 15 17:09 2 2 0.7% | E: 925:13 38.9% New Hampshire | 39 2380:16 90 1068 1158 .922 2.27 20-12- 7 .603 39 5 100.0% | Opponents | 39 2380:16 122 1206 1328 .908 3.08 12-20- 7 .397 39 3 100.0% | ------------------------------------|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|---------------## Goaltending (Conference Only) | GP Minutes GA Saves Shots Save% GAA Record Win% GS SO %Time | Conference Only 29 Casey DeSmith SO | 26 1532:50 52 721 773 .933 2.04 13- 6- 6 .640 26 5 92.7% | +: 536:21 32.4% 35 Jeff Wyer JR | 3 108:06 5 50 55 .909 2.78 0- 2- 0 .000 1 0 6.5% | -: 427:16 25.8% Open Net | 9 12:12 1 1 0.7% | E: 689:31 41.7% New Hampshire | 27 1653:08 58 771 829 .930 2.11 13- 8- 6 .593 27 5 100.0% | Opponents | 27 1653:08 81 842 923 .912 2.94 8-13- 6 .407 27 2 100.0% | ------------------------------------|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|---------------## Goaltending (Career) | GP Minutes GA Saves Shots Save% GAA Record Win% GS SO | 29 Casey DeSmith SO | 60 3489:42 132 1623 1755 .925 2.27 28-20- 8 .571 58 6 | 35 Jeff Wyer JR | 7 255:05 10 103 113 .912 2.35 1- 3- 1 .300 2 0 | ------------------------------------|-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Special Teams (Overall|Conference) | Power Play Penalty Kill Combined PPC/G | Power Play Penalty Kill Combined PPC/G New Hampshire | 29/153 .190 118/131 .901 147/284 .518 3.9 | 23/118 .195 84/ 91 .923 107/209 .512 4.4 Opponents | 13/131 .099 124/153 .810 137/284 .482 3.4 | 7/ 91 .077 95/118 .805 102/209 .488 3.4 ------------------------------------|----------------------------------------------|--------------------------------------------Scoring/Shots (Overall|Conference) | 1st 2nd 3rd OT TOT | 1st 2nd 3rd OT SOG | 1st 2nd 3rd OT TOT | 1st 2nd 3rd OT SOG New Hampshire | 27 49 45 1 122 | 421 449 438 20 1328 | 17 34 30 0 81 | 295 316 297 15 923 Opponents | 27 36 26 1 90 | 369 393 376 20 1158 | 16 23 18 1 58 | 251 281 277 20 829 Difference | +0 +13 +19 +0 +32 | +52 +56 +62 +0 +170 | +1 +11 +12 -1 +23 | +44 +35 +20 -5 +94 ------------------------------------|----------------------------------------------|--------------------------------------------Game Averages (Overall|Conference) | 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 | 3.13 5.44 8.56 34.1 4.3 9.3 0.7 | 3.00 5.30 8.30 34.2 4.3 9.5 0.9 Opponents | 2.31 4.03 6.33 29.7 5.0 11.4 0.3 | 2.15 3.70 5.85 30.7 5.4 12.0 0.3 Difference | +0.82 +1.41 +2.23 +4.4 -0.7 -2.1 +0.4 | +0.85 +1.59 +2.44 +3.5 -1.1 -2.5 +0.6 ------------------------------------|----------------------------------------------|--------------------------------------------Situational Records | H:17 10- 4- 3 A:19 8- 7- 4 N: 3 2- 1- 0 | H:14 7- 4- 3 A:13 6- 4- 3 N: 0 0- 0- 0 (Overall|Conference) | E1 +:11 8- 1- 2 -:12 3- 7- 2 E:16 9- 4- 3 | E1 +: 8 6- 1- 1 -: 9 1- 6- 2 E:10 6- 1- 3 | E2 +:19 17- 0- 2 -:11 1- 9- 1 E: 9 2- 3- 4 | E2 +:13 12- 0- 1 -: 6 0- 5- 1 E: 8 1- 3- 4 | Margin 1:12 4- 8 2: 6 5- 1 3+:14 11- 3 | Margin 1: 9 3- 6 2: 2 2- 0 3+:10 8- 2 | First Goal +:17 13- 2- 2 -:21 7-10- 4 | First Goal +:12 9- 2- 1 -:14 4- 6- 4 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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Result Opponent UNH Goals W, 5-2 ST.FRANCIS XAVIER (ex.) Silengo, van Riemsdyk (2), Speelman, Pavelski W, 5-3 ST.CLOUD STATE Burke, van Riemsdyk, Speelman (2), Block W, 4-2 ST. CLOUD STATE Henrion, Sorkin, Block, van Riemsdyk W, 4-1 BOSTON UNIVERSITY* Henrion, Sorkin, Knodel, Pavelski W, 4-3 NORTHEASTERN* van Riemsdyk, Block, Goumas, Henrion T, 0-0 OT at Northeastern* L, 1-2 OT at Massachusetts* Burke W, 4-0 at Maine* Block (2), Knodel, Burke W, 4-0 VERMONT* Downing, Knodel, Block (2) W, 3-0 at UMass Lowell* van Riemsdyk, Dowing,Block W, 3-1 at Boston University* Goumas (2), Gaudreault T, 4-4 OT at Colorado College Thrush, van Riemsdyk, Thrush, Pavelski W, 6-4 at Denver Downing (3), Goumas (3) W, 5-2 UMass Lowell* Downing (2), Henrion, Goumas, Block W, 5-2 at UMass Lowell* Knodel, Agosta, Speelman (2) L, 2-3 BOSTON UNIVERSITY* Goumas, Henrion T,2-2 OT USA UNDER-18(ex.) Thrush, Goumas L, 1-4 at Dartmouth Block L, 4-5 OT vs. Bemidji St. (Hanover,N.H.) Downing, Camper, van Riemsdyk W, 5-2 RENSSELAER Knodel, Henrion, Agosta, Hardowa, Silengo L, 2-5 at Boston College* Camper, Goumas W, 2-1 BOSTON COLLEGE* Willows, Henrion L, 5-6 PROVIDENCE* Henrion, Gaudreault, Speelman, Thrush, Goumas L, 2-3 at Merrimack* Knodel, Thrush W, 6-2 vs. MERRIMACK* (VWA) Block, Hardowa, Correale, MacDonald, Speelman, Downing W, 3-1 at Northeastern* Knodel, Downing, Henrion L, 1-4 MERRIMACK* Silengo T, 3-3 OT PROVIDENCE* Downing, Correale, Pavelski L, 1-0 at Providence* T, 4-4 OT at Boston College* Knodel, Correalle, Downing, Willows W, 4-3 at Vermont* Block, Speelman, Willows T, 1-1 OT at Vermont* van Riemsdyk T, 2-2 OT MASSACHUSETTS* Willows, Henrion W, 4-0 MASSACHUSETTS* Henrion (3), Willows L, 3-4 MAINE* Speelman, Knodel, Block T, 4-4 OT MAINE* Pavelski, Gaudreault, Downing, Knodel L, 2-3 at Providence Downing, Block W, 4-1 at Providence Willows (3), Silengo L, 2-3 at Providence Henrion, Downing W, 5-2 DENVER (VWA) Thrush (2), van Riemsdyk, Speelman, Henrion L, 0-2 UMASS LOWELL (VWA) ^ - Sell out (Whittemore Center) * - Hockey East contest (VWA) - Verizon Wireless Arena (Manchester, N.H.)

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Goalie (Saves) DeSmith (13), Wyer (7) DeSmith (20) DeSmith (25) DieSmith (24) DeSmith (18) DeSmith (34) DeSmith (34) DeSmith (42) DeSmith (26) DeSmith (25) DeSmith (45) DeSmith (25) DeSmith (5), Wyer (18) DeSmith (34) DeSmith (22) DeSmith (24) Wyer (28) DeSmith (27) DeSmith (18) DeSmith (20) DeSmith (12), Wyer (8) DeSmith (21) DeSmith (11), Wyer (10) Wyer (32) DeSmith (35) DeSmith (47) DeSmith (20) DeSmith (39) DeSmith (33) DeSmith (22) DeSmith (11) DeSmith (30) DeSmith (35) DeSmith (25) DeSmith (20) DeSmith (32) DeSmith (22) DeSmith (38) DeSmith (22) DeSmith (31) DeSmith (26)

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U N H H OC K E Y October 4, 2012 at the Whittemore Center, Durham N.H. St. Francis Xavier 0 1 1 - 2 UNH 2 1 2 - 5 1st Period Scoring - 1, UNH Jeff Silengo (Justin Agosta, Casey Thrush) 10:17 2, UNH Trevor van Riemsdyk (Justin Agosta, Dalton Speelman) 16:44 (PP) Penalties - Kevin Goumas, UNH (Tripping) 12:58; Cole Grbavac, SFX (Hooking) 15:14; Zackary Macqueen, SFX (Slashing) 19:43; Austin Block, UNH (5-Hitting from Behind) 19:43; Austin Block, UNH (10-Game Misconduct) 19:43 2nd Period Scoring - 3, SFX Brennen Wray (Jason Bast, Spencer McAvoy) 4:40 (PP) 4, UNH Trevor van Riemsdyk (Nick Sorkin, Justin Agosta) 7:04 (PP) (GW) Penalties - Brad Cuzner, SFX (Slashing) 1:03; Brett Frazee, SFX (Slashing) 6:11; Brad Cuzner, SFX (Roughing) 17:38; Matt Willows, UNH (Roughing) 17:38; Zackary Macqueen, SFX (Roughing) 18:26; Kevin Goumas, UNH (Holding) 18:26; Michael Kirkpatrick, SFX (Interference) 18:49 3rd Period Scoring - 5, SFX Ted Stephens (Jason Bast, Nick Pageau) 2:05 6, UNH Dalton Speelman (Grayson Downing, Nick Sorkin) 11:53 7, UNH Scott Pavelski (Casey Thrush) 19:31 (EN) Penalties - Maxim Gaudreault, UNH (Tripping) 3:42; Dalton Speelman, UNH (Slashing) 6:17; Derek Claffey, SFX (Tripping) 12:49; Cory Macintosh, SFX (Elbowing) 16:55; Eric Knodel, UNH (Elbowing) 17:29 St. Francis Xavier Goaltending - Joseph Perricone (59:42, 29 shots, 25 saves, 4 GA); Empty Net (0:18, 1 GA) New Hampshire Goaltending - Casey DeSmith (31:36, 14 shots, 13 saves, 1 GA); Jeff Wyer (28:24, 8 shots, 7 saves, 1 GA) Win - Casey DeSmith, UNH. Loss - Joseph Perricone, SFX. Shots On Goal - SFX 6-8-8=22; UNH 14-7-9=30 Power Plays - SFX 1 of 6; UNH 2 of 6 Penalties - SFX 9 (18 min); UNH 8 (27 min) Referees: Ryan Hersey, Geoffrey Miller Assistant Referees: Jeremy Lovett, Joe Rose October 12, 2012 at the Whittemore Center, Durham N.H. St. Cloud State 0 2 1 - 3 UNH 2 0 3 - 5 1st Period Scoring - 1, UNH Greg Burke/1 (Connor Hardowa/1, Kevin Goumas/1) 16:54 2, UNH Trevor van Riemsdyk/1 (Dalton Speelman/1, Connor Hardowa/2) 18:11 (SH) Penalties - Joey Holka, STC (Hooking) 4:37; Nic Dowd, STC (Hooking) 9:27; Matt Willows, UNH (High-Sticking) 12:32; Kevin Goumas, UNH (Interference) 17:23; Brooks Bertsch, STC (Interference) 19:55 2nd Period Scoring - 3, STC Andrew Prochno/1 (Ben Hanowski/1, Drew LeBlanc/1) 14:39 (PP) 4, STC Ben Hanowski/1 (Nick Jensen/1, Nic Dowd/1) 19:26 (SH) Penalties - Brett Pesce, UNH (Tripping) 3:10; Kevin Gravel, STC (Hooking) 6:01; Scott Pavelski, UNH (Interference) 14:31; Andrew Prochno, STC (Interference) 19:09 3rd Period Scoring - 5, UNH Dalton Speelman/1 (Grayson Downing/1, Nick Sorkin/1) 0:31 (PP) 6, UNH Dalton Speelman/2 (Trevor van Riemsdyk/1, Grayson Downing/2) 3:10 (GW) 7, UNH Austin Block/1 (Connor Hardowa/3, Kevin Goumas/2) 10:43 8, STC Tim Daly/1 (Garrett Milan/1, David Morley/1) 11:16 Penalties - Garrett Milan, STC (Hooking) 6:40; Justin Agosta, UNH (Holding) 11:16 St. Cloud State Goaltending - Ryan Faragher (58:00, 39 shots, 34 saves, 5 GA); Empty Net (2:00, 0 GA) New Hampshire Goaltending - Casey DeSmith (59:55, 23 shots, 20 saves, 3 GA); Empty Net (0:05, 0 GA) Win - Casey DeSmith, UNH (1-0-0). Loss - Ryan Faragher, STC (0-1-0). Shots On Goal - STC 6-10-7=23; UNH 15-9-15=39 Power Plays - STC 1 of 5; UNH 1 of 6 Penalties - STC 6 (12 min); UNH 5 (10 min) New Records - New Hampshire 1-0-0, St. Cloud State 0-1-0 Referees: Jack Millea, Thomas Quinn Assistant Referees: Brendan Kelleher, Marc Sullivan October 13, 2012 at the Whittemore Center, Durham N.H. St. Cloud State 1 1 0 - 2 UNH 1 2 1 - 4 1st Period Scoring - 1, UNH John Henrion/1 (Jeff Silengo/1, Casey Thrush/1) 6:21 2, STC Kevin Gravel/1 (Nic Dowd/3, Jimmy Murray/1) 10:59 Penalties - Trevor van Riemsdyk, UNH (Hooking) 7:44; Eric Knodel, UNH (Interference) 17:38 2nd Period Scoring - 3, UNH Nick Sorkin/1 (Grayson Downing/3, Dalton Speelman/2) 7:13 4, STC Joey Holka/1 (Jimmy Murray/2, Kevin Gravel/1) 11:59 5, UNH Austin Block/2 (John Henrion/1, Eric Knodel/1) 18:51 (PP) (GW) Penalties - Joe Rehkamp, STC (CTH HIGH-STICKING ATW) 3:38; Nick Sorkin, UNH (Interference) 4:35; Austin Block, UNH (CHECKING) 13:40; Nic Dowd, STC (High-Sticking) 15:40; Taylor Johnson, STC (Holding) 18:43 3rd Period Scoring - 6, UNH Trevor van Riemsdyk/2 (Nick Sorkin/2, Connor Hardowa/4) 5:22 Penalties - Jimmy Murray, STC (Hooking) 8:09; Austin Block, UNH (Tripping) 19:35 St. Cloud State Goaltending - Ryan Faragher (58:44, 29 shots, 25 saves, 4 GA); Empty Net (1:16, 0 GA) New Hampshire Goaltending - Casey DeSmith (59:56, 27 shots, 25 saves, 2 GA); Empty Net (0:04, 0 GA) Win - Casey DeSmith, UNH (2-0-0). Loss - Ryan Faragher, STC (0-2-0). Shots On Goal - STC 10-6-11=27; UNH 9-10-10=29 Power Plays - STC 0 of 5; UNH 1 of 4 Penalties - STC 4 (8 min); UNH 5 (10 min) New Records - New Hampshire 2-0-0, St. Cloud State 0-2-0 Referees: Scott Hansen, Tim Low Assistant Referees: Martin Hughes, Chris Millea

October 20, 2012 at the Whittemore Center, Durham N.H. Boston University 1 0 0 - 1 UNH 2 2 0 - 4 1st Period Scoring - 1, BU Wade Megan/1 (Evan Rodrigues/3) 0:43 2, UNH John Henrion/2 (Casey Thrush/2) 8:52 3, UNH Nick Sorkin/2 (Connor Hardowa/5, Dalton Speelman/3) 9:10 (GW) Penalties - Austin Block, UNH (Tripping) 19:28 2nd Period Scoring - 4, UNH Eric Knodel/1 (Kevin Goumas/3) 1:30 (PP) 5, UNH Scott Pavelski/1 (Matt Willows/1, Dan Correale/1) 6:42 Penalties - Wade Megan, BU (Hooking) 1:24; Matt Grzelcyk, BU (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 16:49; Alexx Privitera, BU (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 16:49; Greg Burke, UNH (Cross-Checking) 16:49; Brett Kostolansky, UNH (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 16:49; Greg Burke, UNH (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 16:49; Jeff Silengo, UNH (Hooking) 19:35 3rd Period Scoring - None Penalties - Austin Block, UNH (Roughing) 2:07; Sam Kurker, BU (Tripping) 6:19; Yasin Cissé, BU (Charging) 13:59; Garrett Noonan, BU (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 15:15; Sahir Gill, BU (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 16:48; Greg Burke, UNH (5-HEAD-BUTTING) 16:48; Greg Burke, UNH (10-Game Misconduct) 16:48 Boston University Goaltending - Sean Maguire (32:19, 14 shots, 10 saves, 4 GA); Matt O’Connor (25:30, 15 shots, 15 saves, 0 GA); Empty Net (2:11, 0 GA) New Hampshire Goaltending - Casey DeSmith (60:00, 25 shots, 24 saves, 1 GA) Win - Casey DeSmith, UNH (3-0-0). Loss - Sean Maguire, BU (0-1-0). Shots On Goal - BU 12-6-7=25; UNH 9-7-13=29 Power Plays - BU 0 of 5; UNH 1 of 4 Penalties - BU 7 (14 min); UNH 8 (27 min) New Records - New Hampshire 3-0-0, Boston University 1-1-0 Three Stars: 1. John Henrion (New Hampshire) 2. Nick Sorkin (New Hampshire) 3. Casey DeSmith (New Hampshire) Referees: John Gravallese, Kevin Keenan Linesmen: Bob Bernard, Chris Aughe October 26, 2012 at the Whittemore Center, Durham N.H. Northeastern University 3 0 0 - 3 UNH 1 2 1 - 4 1st Period Scoring - 1, NOE Braden Pimm/1 (Cody Ferriero/2, Dustin Darou/1) 0:33 2, UNH Trevor van Riemsdyk/3 (Connor Hardowa/6, Grayson Downing/4) 6:20 (PP) 3, NOE Joseph Manno/2 (Robbie Vrolyk/1, Garrett Vermeersch/1) 6:40 4, NOE Ben Oskroba/1 (Mike McMurtry/1, Adam Reid/2) 11:45 Penalties - Drew Ellement, NOE (Tripping) 5:17; Grayson Downing, UNH (Elbowing) 12:48 2nd Period Scoring - 5, UNH Austin Block/3 (Kevin Goumas/4, Justin Agosta/1) 2:51 (PP) 6, UNH Kevin Goumas/1 (Greg Burke/1, Austin Block/1) 6:40 Penalties - Ludwig Karlsson, NOE (Tripping) 0:59; Josh Manson, NOE (Holding) 11:50 3rd Period Scoring - 7, UNH John Henrion/3 (Jeff Silengo/2, Casey Thrush/3) 19:07 (GW) Penalties - Dustin Darou, NOE (Tripping) 5:21 Northeastern Goaltending - Chris Rawlings (26:40, 14 shots, 11 saves, 3 GA); Bryan Mountain (32:42, 19 shots, 18 saves, 1 GA); Empty Net (0:38, 0 GA) New Hampshire Goaltending - Casey DeSmith (60:00, 21 shots, 18 saves, 3 GA) Win - Casey DeSmith, UNH (4-0-0). Loss - Bryan Mountain, NOE (0-1-0). Shots On Goal - NOE 8-5-8=21; UNH 10-13-10=33 Power Plays - NOE 0 of 1; UNH 2 of 4 Penalties - NOE 4 (8 min); UNH 1 (2 min) New Records - New Hampshire 4-0-0, Northeastern 2-2-0 Three Stars: 1. John Henrion (New Hampshire) 2. Ben Oskroba (Northeastern) 3. Kevin Goumas (New Hampshire) Referees: Dave Hansen, Thomas Fyrer Linesmen: Wayne Silva, Jeremy Lovett October 27, 2012 at Matthews Arena, Boston, mass. Northeastern University 0 0 0 0 0 UNH 0 0 0 0 0 1st Period Scoring - None Penalties - Casey Thrush, UNH (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 16:15; Adam Reid, NOE (Boarding) 16:15; Dustin Darou, NOE (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 16:15; Grayson Downing, UNH (Slashing) 18:10; Grayson Downing, UNH (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 18:10; Drew Ellement, NOE (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 18:10 2nd Period Scoring - None Penalties - None 3rd Period Scoring - None Penalties - Drew Ellement, NOE (Hooking) 10:55 Overtime Scoring - None Penalties - Kevin Goumas, UNH (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 4:46; Cody Ferriero, NOE (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 4:46 New Hampshire Goaltending - Casey DeSmith (65:00, 34 shots, 34 saves, 0 GA) Northeastern Goaltending - Bryan Mountain (65:00, 44 shots, 44 saves, 0 GA) Tie - Casey DeSmith, UNH (4-0-1). Tie - Bryan Mountain, NOE (0-1-1). Shots On Goal - UNH 17-15-10-2=44; NOE 9-12-10-3=34 Power Plays - UNH 0 of 2; NOE 0 of 1 Penalties - UNH 4 (8 min); NOE 5 (10 min) New Records - Northeastern 2-2-1, New Hampshire 4-0-1 Three Stars: 1. Bryan Mountain (Northeastern) 2. Casey DeSmith (New Hampshire) 3. Drew Ellement (Northeastern) Referees: Jeff Bunyon, Thomas Quinn Linesmen: Tom Cronin, Chris Low

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UNH HOCKEY NOvember 2, 2012 at Mullins Center, Amherst, mass. Massachusetts 0 1 0 1 2 UNH 1 0 0 0 1 1st Period Scoring - 1, UNH Greg Burke/2 (Kevin Goumas/5) 19:26 Penalties - Adam Phillips, UMA (Holding) 13:29 2nd Period Scoring - 2, UMA Conor Sheary/1 (Steven Guzzo/3, Conor Allen/2) 12:21 Penalties - Matt Willows, UNH (Tripping) 4:13; Michael Pereira, UMA (Hooking) 8:23; Oleg Yevenko, UMA (Holding) 15:30; Eric Knodel, UNH (Tripping) 18:27 3rd Period Scoring - None Penalties - None Overtime Scoring - 3, UMA Darren Rowe/3 (Shane Walsh/1, Conor Allen/3) 3:08 (PP) (GW) Penalties - Kevin Goumas, UNH (O-INTERFERENCE) 2:09 New Hampshire Goaltending - Casey DeSmith (63:08, 36 shots, 34 saves, 2 GA) Massachusetts Goaltending - Kevin Boyle (63:08, 26 shots, 25 saves, 1 GA) Win - Kevin Boyle, UMA (2-1-0). Loss - Casey DeSmith, UNH (4-1-1). Shots On Goal - UNH 8-10-8-0=26; UMA 8-11-13-4=36 Power Plays - UNH 0 of 3; UMA 1 of 3 Penalties - UNH 3 (6 min); UMA 3 (6 min) New Records - Massachusetts 2-3-0, New Hampshire 4-1-1 Three Stars: 1. Darren Rowe (Massachusetts) 2. Conor Sheary (Massachusetts) 3. Greg Burke (New Hampshire) Referees: Tim Benedetto, Jeff Bunyon Linesmen: Tommy George, Paul Scleparis

NOvember 16, 2012 at tsongas Center, Lowell, Mass. UMass Lowell 0 0 0 - 0 UNH 0 1 2 - 3 1st Period Scoring - None Penalties - Bench, UML (Too Many Players) 19:43 2nd Period Scoring - 1, UNH Trevor van Riemsdyk/4 (Kevin Goumas/10) 15:53 (GW) Penalties - None 3rd Period Scoring - 2, UNH Grayson Downing/2 (Trevor van Riemsdyk/6) 10:52 3, UNH Austin Block/8 (Connor Hardowa/9, Nick Sorkin/3) 19:40 (PP) Penalties - Derek Arnold, UML (Holding) 2:01; Stephen Buco, UML (Hooking) 7:26; Grayson Downing, UNH (High-Sticking) 13:45; Justin Agosta, UNH (CTH ROUGHING) 16:01; Ryan McGrath, UML (Holding) 16:01; Chad Ruhwedel, UML (Tripping) 17:55 New Hampshire Goaltending - Casey DeSmith (60:00, 23 shots, 23 saves, 0 GA) UMass Lowell Goaltending - Doug Carr (59:54, 33 shots, 30 saves, 3 GA); Empty Net (0:06, 0 GA) Win - Casey DeSmith, UNH (7-1-1). Loss - Doug Carr, UML (2-4-1). Shots On Goal - UNH 11-14-8=33; UML 5-7-11=23 Power Plays - UNH 1 of 4; UML 0 of 1 Penalties - UNH 2 (4 min); UML 5 (10 min) New Records - New Hampshire 7-1-1, UMass Lowell 2-5-1 Three Stars: 1. Trevor van Riemsdyk (New Hampshire) 2. Casey DeSmith (New Hampshire) 3. Grayson Downing (New Hampshire) Referees: Kevin Shea, John Gravallese Linesmen: Joe Ross, Chris Aughe

NOvember 4, 2012 at ALFOND ARENA, ORONO, Maine Maine 0 0 0 - 0 UNH 2 1 1 - 4 1st Period Scoring - 1, UNH Austin Block/4 (Connor Hardowa/7, Trevor van Riemsdyk/2) 3:23 (PP) (GW) 2, UNH Eric Knodel/2 (Casey Thrush/4) 18:43 Penalties - Kevin Goumas, UNH (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 1:19; Conor Riley, MNE (Boarding) 1:19; Jake Rutt, MNE (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 1:19; Brice O’Connor, MNE (Tripping) 2:09; Connor Leen, MNE (Boarding) 8:24; Eric Knodel, UNH (Roughing) 16:37 2nd Period Scoring - 3, UNH Austin Block/5 (Connor Hardowa/8, Kevin Goumas/6) 15:21 Penalties - Casey DeSmith, UNH (DELAY OF GAME) 4:08; Brice O’Connor, MNE (Slashing) 13:14; Brett Pesce, UNH (Hooking) 18:31 3rd Period Scoring - 4, UNH Greg Burke/3 (John Henrion/2, Trevor van Riemsdyk/3) 9:29 Penalties - Steven Swavely, MNE (Tripping) 3:36; Jake Rutt, MNE (Holding) 7:58; Kevin Goumas, UNH (Slashing) 8:21; Matt Willows, UNH (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 12:48; Matt Willows, UNH (10-Misconduct) 12:48; Matt Willows, UNH (Cross-Checking) 12:48; Ryan Lomberg, MNE (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 12:48; Ryan Lomberg, MNE (10-Misconduct) 12:48; Andrew Cerretani, MNE (Elbowing) 15:31; Mike Cornell, MNE (Elbowing) 18:56 New Hampshire Goaltending - Casey DeSmith (60:00, 42 shots, 42 saves, 0 GA) Maine Goaltending - Dan Sullivan (60:00, 45 shots, 41 saves, 4 GA) Win - Casey DeSmith, UNH (5-1-1). Loss - Dan Sullivan, MNE (0-6-0). Shots On Goal - UNH 17-15-13=45; MNE 9-18-15=42 Power Plays - UNH 1 of 8; MNE 0 of 5 Penalties - UNH 8 (24 min); MNE 11 (30 min) New Records - New Hampshire 5-1-1, Maine 1-8-0 Three Stars: 1. Austin Block (New Hampshire) 2. Casey DeSmith (New Hampshire) 3. Connor Hardowa (New Hampshire) Referees: Kevin Shea, Tim Low Linesmen: Jeremy Lovett, Brendan Blanchard

NOvember 18, 2012 at Agganis Arena, Boston, Mass. Boston U. 0 1 0 - 1 UNH 2 0 1 - 3 1st Period Scoring - 1, UNH Kevin Goumas/2 (Dalton Speelman/4) 11:34 2, UNH Maxim Gaudreault/1 (Justin Agosta/3, Scott Pavelski/1) 14:10 (GW) Penalties - Kevin Goumas, UNH (Hooking) 19:44 2nd Period Scoring - 3, BU Danny O’Regan/5 (Matt Grzelcyk/9) 4:40 Penalties - Matt Willows, UNH (Boarding) 2:23; Nick Sorkin, UNH (Tripping) 6:37; Austin Block, UNH (Hooking) 7:58; Nick Sorkin, UNH (Slashing) 16:09 3rd Period Scoring - 4, UNH Kevin Goumas/3 (Austin Block/2) 19:59 (EN) Penalties - Maxim Gaudreault, UNH (Tripping) 3:16; Austin Block, UNH (Hooking) 4:44; Evan Rodrigues, BU (Slashing) 5:21; Cason Hohmann, BU (Tripping) 13:00 New Hampshire Goaltending - Casey DeSmith (60:00, 46 shots, 45 saves, 1 GA) Boston University Goaltending - Matt O’Connor (58:51, 34 shots, 32 saves, 2 GA); Empty Net (1:09, 1 GA) Win - Casey DeSmith, UNH (8-1-1). Loss - Matt O’Connor, BU (5-2-0). Shots On Goal - UNH 20-4-11=35; BU 12-17-17=46 Power Plays - UNH 0 of 2; BU 0 of 7 Penalties - UNH 7 (14 min); BU 2 (4 min) New Records - New Hampshire 8-1-1, Boston University 6-4-0 Three Stars: 1. Casey DeSmith (New Hampshire) 2. Matt O’Connor (Boston University) 3. Maxim Gaudreault (New Hampshire) Referees: Jeff Bunyon, Jack Millea Linesmen: Chris Aughe, Marc Sullivan

NOvember 10, 2012 at the Whittemore Center, Durham N.H. Vermont 0 0 0 - 0 UNH 2 1 1 - 4 1st Period Scoring - 1, UNH Grayson Downing/1 (Kevin Goumas/7, Casey DeSmith/1) 5:27 (SH) (GW) 2, UNH Eric Knodel/3 (Justin Agosta/2, Greg Burke/2) 12:07 (PP) Penalties - Austin Block, UNH (Tripping) 3:58; Caylen Walls, VER (Boarding) 12:03; Caylen Walls, VER (Roughing) 12:03; Jay Camper, UNH (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 12:03; Greg Burke, UNH (Hitting from Behind) 12:47; Casey Thrush, UNH (Elbowing) 17:28; Jonathan Turk, VER (Hooking) 18:28 2nd Period Scoring - 3, UNH Austin Block/6 (Trevor van Riemsdyk/4, Kevin Goumas/8) 1:56 Penalties - Casey Thrush, UNH (Interference) 2:51; Pete Massar, VER (Hooking) 3:53; Nick Luukko, VER (Cross-Checking) 7:04; Matt White, VER (Holding) 15:08 3rd Period Scoring - 4, UNH Austin Block/7 (Kevin Goumas/9, Trevor van Riemsdyk/5) 5:44 Penalties - None Vermont Goaltending - Brody Hoffman (60:00, 29 shots, 25 saves, 4 GA) New Hampshire Goaltending - Casey DeSmith (58:52, 27 shots, 27 saves, 0 GA); Empty Net (1:08, 0 GA) Win - Casey DeSmith, UNH (6-1-1). Loss - Brody Hoffman, VER (1-3-2). Shots On Goal - VER 12-6-9=27; UNH 10-11-8=29 Power Plays - VER 0 of 4; UNH 1 of 5 Penalties - VER 6 (12 min); UNH 5 (10 min) New Records - New Hampshire 6-1-1, Vermont 1-3-2 Three Stars: 1. Austin Block (New Hampshire) 2. Casey DeSmith (New Hampshire) 3. Kevin Goumas (New Hampshire) Referees: Chris Federico, Scott Hansen Linesmen: Shane Belanger, Paul Scleparis

NOvember 23, 2012 at World Arena, Colorado Springs, Colo. Colorado College 0 2 2 0 4 UNH 2 2 0 0 4 1st Period Scoring - 1, UNH Casey Thrush/1 (Maxim Gaudreault/1, Brett Pesce/1) 1:58 2, UNH Trevor van Riemsdyk/5 (Kevin Goumas/11, Nick Sorkin/4) 10:49 Penalties - Eamonn McDermott, CC (Hooking) 18:10 2nd Period Scoring - 3, UNH Casey Thrush/2 (Kevin Goumas/12, John Henrion/3) 2:01 4, UNH Scott Pavelski/2 (Dan Correale/2, Collin MacDonald/1) 10:02 5, CC Ian Young/1 (Rylan Schwartz/9, Joe Marciano/3) 13:11 6, CC Mike Boivin/6 (Cody Bradley/4, Andrew Hamburg/3) 17:14 Penalties - Scott Pavelski, UNH (Unsportsmanlike Conduct) 12:36; Eamonn McDermott, CC (Roughing) 12:36 3rd Period Scoring - 7, CC Rylan Schwartz/6 (Archie Skalbeck/7, William Rapuzzi/9) 16:28 8, CC William Rapuzzi/7 (Rylan Schwartz/10, Mike Boivin/5) 18:05 Penalties - None Overtime Scoring - None Penalties - None New Hampshire Goaltending - Casey DeSmith (65:00, 29 shots, 25 saves, 4 GA) Colorado College Goaltending - Josh Thorimbert (30:02, 22 shots, 18 saves, 4 GA); Joe Howe (34:58, 27 shots, 27 saves, 0 GA) Tie - Casey DeSmith, UNH (8-1-2). Tie - Joe Howe, CC (3-2-1). Shots On Goal - UNH 16-16-14-3=49; CC 8-9-12-0=29 Power Plays - UNH 0 of 1; CC 0 of 0 Penalties - UNH 1 (2 min); CC 2 (4 min) New Records - Colorado College 7-5-1, New Hampshire 8-1-2 Three Stars: 1. Joe Howe (Colorado College) 2. Casey Thrush (New Hampshire) 3. Rylan Schwartz (Colorado College) Referees: Brett Klosowski, Jonathan Morrison Linesmen: Scott Staudte, Tim Swiader

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U N H H OC K E Y NOvember 24, 2012 at MAGNESS Arena, Denver, Colo. Denver 3 1 0 - 4 UNH 0 2 4 - 6 1st Period Scoring - 1, DEN Gabe Levin/2 (Chris Knowlton/7, Josiah Didier/2) 5:18 2, DEN Daniel Doremus/6 (David Makowski/5, Nolan Zajac/7) 6:23 3, DEN Matt Tabrum/4 (Ty Loney/3, Quentin Shore/4) 9:05 Penalties - Nick Sorkin, UNH (Boarding) 1:46; John Henrion, UNH (Boarding) 11:00; Maxim Gaudreault, UNH (Boarding) 17:26 2nd Period Scoring - 4, UNH Grayson Downing/3 (Kevin Goumas/13, Brett Kostolansky/1) 3:49 (SH) 5, UNH Grayson Downing/4 (Kevin Goumas/14) 7:41 6, DEN Ty Loney/2 10:09 Penalties - Dan Correale, UNH (Slashing) 3:03; Dalton Speelman, UNH (Cross-Checking) 6:58; Chris Knowlton, DEN (Holding) 6:58; Maxim Gaudreault, UNH (Roughing) 16:37; Josiah Didier, DEN (Roughing) 16:37; Kevin Goumas, UNH (Roughing) 18:46 3rd Period Scoring - 7, UNH Grayson Downing/5 (Justin Agosta/4, Jeff Wyer/1) 1:19 8, UNH Kevin Goumas/4 (Casey Thrush/5, Maxim Gaudreault/2) 13:24 9, UNH Kevin Goumas/5 16:40 (GW) 10, UNH Kevin Goumas/6 (Trevor van Riemsdyk/7) 19:37 (EN) Penalties - John Henrion, UNH (Roughing) 10:02; Scott Mayfield, DEN (Holding) 10:02; Zac Larraza, DEN (GRASPING THE FACEMASK) 18:02; Zac Larraza, DEN (10-Misconduct) 18:02; Austin Block, UNH (Holding) 18:21 New Hampshire Goaltending - Casey DeSmith (9:05, 8 shots, 5 saves, 3 GA); Jeff Wyer (50:55, 19 shots, 18 saves, 1 GA) Denver Goaltending - Sam Brittain (58:44, 30 shots, 25 saves, 5 GA); Empty Net (1:16, 1 GA) Win - Jeff Wyer, UNH (1-0-0). Loss - Sam Brittain, DEN (4-2-0). Shots On Goal - UNH 9-9-13=31; DEN 11-9-7=27 Power Plays - UNH 0 of 1; DEN 0 of 5 Penalties - UNH 9 (18 min); DEN 5 (18 min) New Records - New Hampshire 9-1-2, Denver 9-3-0 Three Stars: 1. Grayson Downing (New Hampshire) 2. Kevin Goumas (New Hampshire) 3. Ty Loney (Denver) Referees: Tom Sterns, Chris Perrault Linesmen: Gary Pedigo, Robert Keltie NOvember 30, 2012 at Whittemore Center, DURHAM, N.H. UMass Lowell 0 1 1 - 2 UNH 1 3 1 - 5 1st Period Scoring - 1, UNH Grayson Downing/6 (Kevin Goumas/15, Brett Kostolansky/2) 9:43 (SH) Penalties - Derek Arnold, UML (Slashing) 5:52; Nick Sorkin, UNH (Tripping) 8:49; Riley Wetmore, UML (Interference) 16:30; Grayson Downing, UNH (Slashing) 19:37 2nd Period Scoring - 2, UNH John Henrion/4 (Jeff Silengo/3, Nick Sorkin/5) 2:16 3, UNH Kevin Goumas/7 (Nick Sorkin/6, Eric Knodel/2) 15:18 (PP) (GW) 4, UNH Grayson Downing/7 (Austin Block/3, Dalton Speelman/5) 16:49 5, UML Shayne Thompson/1 (Joseph Pendenza/4, Josh Holmstrom/5) 19:58 Penalties - Ryan McGrath, UML (Hooking) 14:25 3rd Period Scoring - 6, UML Michael Colantone/3 (Scott Wilson/6) 7:10 7, UNH Austin Block/9 (Jeff Silengo/4) 17:15 Penalties - Joseph Pendenza, UML (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 0:52; Chad Ruhwedel, UML (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 0:52; Grayson Downing, UNH (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 0:52; John Henrion, UNH (Slashing) 1:53; Daniel Furlong, UML (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 6:15; Casey Thrush, UNH (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 6:15; Brett Pesce, UNH (Slashing) 12:07; Terrence Wallin, UML (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 19:33; John Henrion, UNH (Cross-Checking) 19:33; Jeff Silengo, UNH (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 19:33; Joe Houk, UML (Roughing) 19:58; Jake Suter, UML (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 19:58; Kevin Goumas, UNH (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 19:58 UMass Lowell Goaltending - Doug Carr (39:55, 25 shots, 21 saves, 4 GA); Connor Hellebuyck (20:00, 9 shots, 8 saves, 1 GA); Empty Net (0:05, 0 GA) New Hampshire Goaltending - Casey DeSmith (60:00, 36 shots, 34 saves, 2 GA) Win - Casey DeSmith, UNH (9-1-2). Loss - Doug Carr, UML (3-5-1). Shots On Goal - UML 11-14-11=36; UNH 12-13-9=34 Power Plays - UML 0 of 5; UNH 1 of 4 Penalties - UML 9 (18 min); UNH 9 (18 min) New Records - New Hampshire 10-1-2, UMass Lowell 4-6-1 Three Stars: 1. Grayson Downing (New Hampshire) 2. Austin Block (New Hampshire) 3. Casey DeSmith (New Hampshire) Referees: John Gravallese, David Hansen Linesmen: Steve Capraro, Wayne Silva

DECember 1, 2012 at TSONGAS Center, Lowell, Mass. UMass Lowell 1 1 0 - 2 UNH 1 2 2 - 5 1st Period Scoring - 1, UML Stephen Buco/2 (Terrence Wallin/2, Scott Wilson/7) 8:55 2, UNH Eric Knodel/4 (John Henrion/4, Grayson Downing/5) 19:48 Penalties - Scott Pavelski, UNH (Interference) 11:35; Nick Sorkin, UNH (CHARGING THE GOALIE) 15:01; Shayne Thompson, UML (Interference) 15:01; Jake Suter, UML (Holding) 15:37 2nd Period Scoring - 3, UNH Justin Agosta/1 (Kevin Goumas/16) 1:34 4, UML Stephen Buco/3 (Scott Wilson/8, Terrence Wallin/3) 1:56 5, UNH Dalton Speelman/3 (Brett Kostolansky/3) 11:41 (GW) Penalties - Chad Ruhwedel, UML (Hooking) 3:05; Kevin Goumas, UNH (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 3:24; Derek Arnold, UML (High-Sticking) 12:00; Christian Folin, UML (Holding) 16:15 3rd Period Scoring - 6, UNH Brett Pesce/1 (Nick Sorkin/7, Jeff Silengo/5) 10:56 7, UNH Dalton Speelman/4 (Grayson Downing/6, Trevor van Riemsdyk/8) 19:03 (EN) Penalties - Shayne Thompson, UML (Boarding) 0:29; Maxim Gaudreault, UNH (Tripping) 6:18 New Hampshire Goaltending - Casey DeSmith (60:00, 24 shots, 22 saves, 2 GA) UMass Lowell Goaltending - Doug Carr (59:16, 34 shots, 30 saves, 4 GA); Empty Net (0:44, 1 GA) Win - Casey DeSmith, UNH (10-1-2). Loss - Doug Carr, UML (3-6-1). Shots On Goal - UNH 13-11-11=35; UML 8-4-12=24 Power Plays - UNH 0 of 5; UML 0 of 3 Penalties - UNH 4 (8 min); UML 6 (12 min) New Records - New Hampshire 11-1-2, UMass Lowell 4-7-1 Three Stars: 1. Dalton Speelman (New Hampshire) 2. Stephen Buco (UMass Lowell) 3. Eric Knodel (New Hampshire) Referees: Tim Low, Thomas Fyrer Linesmen: Paul Scleparis, Bob Bernard DECember 6, 2012 at WhIttemore Center, Durham, n.H. Boston University 1 2 0 - 3 UNH 0 1 1 - 2 1st Period Scoring - 1, BU Wade Megan/9 (Sahir Gill/4, Matt Grzelcyk/10) 4:39 Penalties - John Henrion, UNH (Tripping) 6:08; Wade Megan, BU (High-Sticking) 6:36; Alexx Privitera, BU (Hooking) 7:22; Matt Grzelcyk, BU (Tripping) 11:06; John Henrion, UNH (Hooking) 13:22; Austin Block, UNH (Cross-Checking) 19:04 2nd Period Scoring - 2, BU Sahir Gill/2 (Cason Hohmann/12, Garrett Noonan/7) 4:01 3, BU Sam Kurker/2 (Ahti Oksanen/3, Wesley Myron/1) 8:03 (GW) 4, UNH Kevin Goumas/8 (Nick Sorkin/8, John Henrion/5) 14:05 (PP) Penalties - Ahti Oksanen, BU (Hooking) 5:38; Grayson Downing, UNH (Slashing) 8:59; Ben Rosen, BU (Holding) 11:46; Garrett Noonan, BU (Interference) 13:49; Sam Kurker, BU (CrossChecking) 15:19; Matt O’Connor, BU (EMBELLISHMENT) 20:00; Nick Sorkin, UNH (Interference) 20:00 3rd Period Scoring - 5, UNH John Henrion/5 (Justin Agosta/5, Nick Sorkin/9) 11:54 Penalties - Alexx Privitera, BU (Tripping) 5:59; Wade Megan, BU (Interference) 17:53 Boston University Goaltending - Matt O’Connor (59:40, 33 shots, 31 saves, 2 GA); Empty Net (0:20, 0 GA) New Hampshire Goaltending - Casey DeSmith (58:34, 27 shots, 24 saves, 3 GA); Empty Net (1:26, 0 GA) Win - Matt O’Connor, BU (7-3-0). Loss - Casey DeSmith, UNH (10-2-2). Shots On Goal - BU 11-9-7=27; UNH 10-14-9=33 Power Plays - BU 0 of 4; UNH 1 of 9 Penalties - BU 10 (20 min); UNH 5 (10 min) New Records - Boston University 9-5-0, New Hampshire 11-2-2 Three Stars: 1. Wade Megan (Boston University) 2. John Henrion (New Hampshire) 3. Cason Hohmann (Boston University) Referees: Ryan Hersey, Geoffrey Miller Linesmen: Bob Bernard, Joe Ross DECember 9, 2012 at WhIttemore Center, Durham, n.H. Exhibition US Under-18 0 0 2 0 2 UNH 1 1 0 0 2 1st Period Scoring - 1, UNH Casey Thrush (Nick Sorkin, Dan Correale) 9:01 Penalties - Dan Correale, UNH (Interference) 2:31; Lewis, Clint, U18 (Slashing) 9:01 2nd Period Scoring - 2, UNH Kevin Goumas (Grayson Downing) 12:52 Penalties - Nick Sorkin, UNH (Hooking) 6:04; Ausmus, Gage, U18 (High-Sticking) 11:10; John Henrion, UNH (High-Sticking) 11:10; Motte, Tyler, U18 (Hooking) 15:46; Austin Block, UNH (Cross-Checking) 17:51 3rd Period Scoring - 3, U18 Louis, Anthony (Lebanc, Kevin, Santini, Steven) 10:04 4, U18 Motte, Tyler (Hayden, John, Compher, J.T.) 10:40 Penalties - Brett Pesce, UNH (Interference) 1:31; McCarron, Michael, U18 (Roughing) 3:06; Hayden, John, U18 (Tripping) 6:20; Nick Sorkin, UNH (Tripping) 12:04 Overtime Scoring - None Penalties - None USA Under-18 Team Goaltending - Demko, Thatcher (64:53, 37 shots, 35 saves, 2 GA); Empty Net (0:07, 0 GA) New Hampshire Goaltending - Jeff Wyer (65:00, 30 shots, 28 saves, 2 GA) Tie - Demko, Thatcher, U18. Tie - Jeff Wyer, UNH. Shots On Goal - U18 8-7-12-3=30; UNH 13-8-13-3=37 Power Plays - U18 0 of 5; UNH 0 of 4 Penalties - U18 5 (10 min); UNH 6 (12 min) Referees: Tom Cronin, Chris Millea Linesmen: Shane Belanger, Charles Hanafin

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UNH HOCKEY DECember 30, 2012 at Thompson Arena, Hanover, n.H. Dartmouth 2 1 1 - 4 UNH 0 1 0 - 1 1st Period Scoring - 1, DAR Nick Bligh/1 (Jack Barre/4, Rick Pinkston/3) 6:05 2, DAR Ryan Bullock/1 (Brett Patterson/1, Eric Robinson/5) 11:19 (GW) Penalties - Kevin Goumas, UNH (Unsportsmanlike Conduct) 11:55; Mike Keenan, DAR (Slashing) 11:55; Scott Pavelski, UNH (Hooking) 17:56 2nd Period Scoring - 3, UNH Austin Block/10 (Grayson Downing/7) 0:46 4, DAR Tyler Sikura/8 (Andy Simpson/4, Matt Lindblad/9) 12:19 (PP) Penalties - Jeff Silengo, UNH (Elbowing) 8:45; Nick Sorkin, UNH (Roughing) 11:27; Mike Keenan, DAR (Tripping) 12:51 3rd Period Scoring - 5, DAR Brandon McNally/5 (Taylor Boldt/3, Geoff Ferguson/2) 18:44 (EN) Penalties - Nick Bligh, DAR (Slashing) 6:19; Grayson Downing, UNH (Slashing) 15:06 New Hampshire Goaltending - Casey DeSmith (59:51, 30 shots, 27 saves, 3 GA); Empty Net (0:09, 1 GA) Dartmouth Goaltending - Cab Morris (60:00, 32 shots, 31 saves, 1 GA) Win - Cab Morris, DAR (5-1-1). Loss - Casey DeSmith, UNH (10-3-2). Shots On Goal - UNH 8-9-15=32; DAR 15-11-5=31 Power Plays - UNH 0 of 2; DAR 1 of 4 Penalties - UNH 5 (10 min); DAR 3 (6 min) New Records - Dartmouth 8-2-2, New Hampshire 11-3-2 Referees: Mike Baker, Bryan Hicks Linesmen: Jim Briggs, Joe Testa DECember 31, 2012 at Thompson Arena, Hanover, n.H. Bemidji State 1 0 1 0 2 UNH 1 1 0 1 3 1st Period Scoring - 1, BMJ Markus Gerbrandt/4 (Brad Robbins/2) 2:12 2, UNH Grayson Downing/8 (Trevor van Riemsdyk/9, Kevin Goumas/17) 15:25 (PP) Penalties - Matt Prapavessis, BMJ (Tripping) 3:51; Phil Brewer, BMJ (Hooking) 14:16 2nd Period Scoring - 3, UNH Jay Camper/1 (Matt Willows/2, Justin Agosta/6) 8:36 Penalties - Brett Kostolansky, UNH (Cross-Checking) 1:52 3rd Period Scoring - 4, BMJ Jordan George/7 (Aaron McLeod/3, Brance Orban/10) 9:05 Penalties - Radoslav Illo, BMJ (High-Sticking) 10:18; Brad Robbins, BMJ (Hooking) 12:42 Overtime Scoring - 5, UNH Trevor van Riemsdyk/6 (Matt Willows/3, Jay Camper/1) 2:08 (GW) Penalties - None Bemidji State Goaltending - Andrew Walsh (61:59, 36 shots, 33 saves, 3 GA); Empty Net (0:09, 0 GA) New Hampshire Goaltending - Casey DeSmith (62:08, 20 shots, 18 saves, 2 GA) Win - Casey DeSmith, UNH (11-3-2). Loss - Andrew Walsh, BMJ (4-6-2). Shots On Goal - BMJ 4-7-9-0=20; UNH 11-12-11-2=36 Power Plays - BMJ 0 of 1; UNH 1 of 4 Penalties - BMJ 4 (8 min); UNH 1 (2 min) New Records - New Hampshire 12-3-2, Bemidji State 5-10-3 Referees: Chip McDonald, Scott Whittemore Linesmen: Steve Drain, Christoper Piti JANUARY 5, 2013 at Whittemore Center, DURHAM, n.H. Rensselaer 1 0 1 - 2 UNH 1 2 2 - 5 1st Period Scoring - 1, UNH Eric Knodel/5 (Casey Thrush/6) 10:15 2, REN Curtis Leonard/2 (Mark Miller/4, Milos Bubela/5) 16:48 Penalties - CJ Lee, REN (Tripping) 19:06 2nd Period Scoring - 3, UNH John Henrion/6 (Kevin Goumas/18) 5:01 4, UNH Justin Agosta/2 (Dan Correale/3, Jay Camper/2) 7:18 (GW) Penalties - Connor Hardowa, UNH (Boarding) 8:34; Matt Willows, UNH (Interference) 10:24; CJ Lee, REN (Holding) 11:54; John Henrion, UNH (High-Sticking) 19:46 3rd Period Scoring - 5, UNH Connor Hardowa/1 (Jay Camper/3, Dan Correale/4) 2:45 6, UNH Jeff Silengo/1 15:32 (EN) 7, REN Curtis Leonard/3 (Mike Zalewski/6, Chris Bradley/1) 18:12 (PP) Penalties - Milos Bubela, REN (Elbowing) 13:13; Austin Block, UNH (Slashing) 18:03 Rensselaer Goaltending - Scott Diebold (59:51, 26 shots, 22 saves, 4 GA); Empty Net (0:09, 1 GA) New Hampshire Goaltending - Casey DeSmith (60:00, 22 shots, 20 saves, 2 GA) Win - Casey DeSmith, UNH (12-3-2). Loss - Scott Diebold, REN (2-4-1). Shots On Goal - REN 11-5-6=22; UNH 6-10-11=27 Power Plays - REN 1 of 4; UNH 0 of 3 Penalties - REN 3 (6 min); UNH 4 (8 min) New Records - New Hampshire 13-3-2, Rensselaer 6-9-4 Referees: Chris Federico, Tim Low Linesmen: Chris Aughe, Marty Hughes

JANUARY 11, 2013 at CONTE Forum, Chestnut Hill, Mass. Boston College 2 3 0 - 5 UNH 1 0 1 - 2 1st Period Scoring - 1, UNH Jay Camper/2 (Matt Willows/4) 8:54 2, BC Kevin Hayes/6 (Bill Arnold/8, Destry Straight/3) 13:29 3, BC Pat Mullane/9 (Johnny Gaudreau/13, Steven Whitney/10) 17:42 Penalties - Connor Hardowa, UNH (Tripping) 3:39; Patrick Wey, BC (Holding) 9:16 2nd Period Scoring - 4, BC Johnny Gaudreau/12 (Destry Straight/4, Parker Milner/1) 5:01 (GW) 5, BC Pat Mullane/10 (Johnny Gaudreau/14, Steven Whitney/11) 15:43 6, BC Bill Arnold/9 (Kevin Hayes/12) 19:45 Penalties - Michael Matheson, BC (Interference) 6:01 3rd Period Scoring - 7, UNH Kevin Goumas/9 (Brett Pesce/2, John Henrion/6) 0:37 Penalties - None New Hampshire Goaltending - Casey DeSmith (40:00, 17 shots, 12 saves, 5 GA); Jeff Wyer (20:00, 8 shots, 8 saves, 0 GA) Boston College Goaltending - Parker Milner (60:00, 33 shots, 31 saves, 2 GA) Win - Parker Milner, BC (13-3-2). Loss - Casey DeSmith, UNH (12-4-2). Shots On Goal - UNH 11-9-13=33; BC 9-8-8=25 Power Plays - UNH 0 of 2; BC 0 of 1 Penalties - UNH 1 (2 min); BC 2 (4 min) New Records - Boston College 13-3-2, New Hampshire 13-4-2 Three Stars: 1. Johnny Gaudreau (Boston College) 2. Pat Mullane (Boston College) 3. Kevin Hayes (Boston College) Referees: Jeff Bunyon, John Gravallese Linesmen: Brendan Blanchard, Matt Reigert JANUARY 12, 2013 at Whittemore Center, Durham, N.H. Boston College 0 0 1 - 1 UNH 0 1 1 - 2 1st Period Scoring - None Penalties - Michael Matheson, BC (DELAY OF GAME) 4:49 2nd Period Scoring - 1, UNH Matt Willows/1 (Dan Correale/5, Brett Kostolansky/4) 19:13 Penalties - Matt Willows, UNH (Hitting from Behind) 3:10; Colin Sullivan, BC (Hooking) 7:09; Michael Matheson, BC (Hitting from Behind) 11:12; Michael Matheson, BC (5-CONTACT TO THE HEAD) 13:20; Michael Matheson, BC (10-Game Misconduct) 13:20; Kevin Hayes, BC (Cross-Checking) 15:59 3rd Period Scoring - 2, BC Brooks Dyroff/1 7:57 3, UNH John Henrion/7 (Justin Agosta/7, Kevin Goumas/19) 15:12 (PP) (GW) Penalties - Austin Block, UNH (High-Sticking) 3:47; Bill Arnold, BC (Slashing) 4:14; John Henrion, UNH (Elbowing) 9:23; Kevin Hayes, BC (Tripping) 14:59 Boston College Goaltending - Parker Milner (58:51, 39 shots, 37 saves, 2 GA); Empty Net (1:09, 0 GA) New Hampshire Goaltending - Casey DeSmith (59:50, 23 shots, 22 saves, 1 GA); Empty Net (0:10, 0 GA) Win - Casey DeSmith, UNH (13-4-2). Loss - Parker Milner, BC (13-4-2). Shots On Goal - BC 10-3-10=23; UNH 9-21-9=39 Power Plays - BC 0 of 3; UNH 1 of 7 Penalties - BC 8 (27 min); UNH 3 (6 min) New Records - New Hampshire 14-4-2, Boston College 13-4-2 Three Stars: 1. John Henrion (New Hampshire) 2. Connor Hardowa (New Hampshire) 3. Parker Milner (Boston College) Referees: Jeff Bunyon, Scott Hansen Linesmen: Bob Bernard, Tommy George JANUARY 19, 2013 at Whittemore Center, Durham, N.H. Providence College 1 4 1 - 6 UNH 0 2 3 - 5 1st Period Scoring - 1, PRV Shane Luke/3 (Ross Mauermann/7) 5:23 Penalties - Myles Harvey, PRV (Tripping) 11:13; Tom Parisi, PRV (O-INTERFERENCE) 17:58 2nd Period Scoring - 2, PRV Brandon Tanev/3 (Shane Luke/8, Nick Saracino/2) 0:49 3, PRV Nick Saracino/3 (Ross Mauermann/8, Myles Harvey/11) 3:25 4, PRV Derek Army/9 (John Gilmour/6, Steven Shamanski/8) 8:29 (PP) 5, UNH John Henrion/8 (Kevin Goumas/20, Justin Agosta/8) 10:52 6, PRV Derek Army/10 (Tom Parisi/2, Steven Shamanski/9) 12:01 7, UNH Maxim Gaudreault/2 (John Henrion/7, Justin Agosta/9) 17:03 (PP) Penalties - Grayson Downing, UNH (Holding the Stick) 6:52; Stefan Demopoulos, PRV (Tripping) 10:06; Grayson Downing, UNH (EMBELLISHMENT) 10:06; Myles Harvey, PRV (Interference) 16:00 3rd Period Scoring - 8, UNH Dalton Speelman/5 (Casey Thrush/7, Scott Pavelski/2) 2:53 9, PRV Kyle Murphy/3 (Steven Shamanski/10, Brandon Tanev/6) 3:47 (GW) 10, UNH Casey Thrush/3 14:04 11, UNH Kevin Goumas/10 (Justin Agosta/10, Eric Knodel/3) 19:47 (EA) Penalties - Alex Velischek, PRV (Holding the Stick) 5:33; Kevin Goumas, UNH (Slashing) 15:55 Providence Goaltending - Jon Gillies (60:00, 42 shots, 37 saves, 5 GA) New Hampshire Goaltending - Casey DeSmith (28:29, 15 shots, 11 saves, 4 GA); Jeff Wyer (29:39, 12 shots, 10 saves, 2 GA); Empty Net (1:52, 0 GA) Win - Jon Gillies, PRV (10-7-2). Loss - Jeff Wyer, UNH (1-1-0). Shots On Goal - PRV 8-12-7=27; UNH 13-14-15=42 Power Plays - PRV 1 of 2; UNH 1 of 4 Penalties - PRV 5 (10 min); UNH 3 (6 min) New Records - Providence 10-9-3, New Hampshire 14-5-2 Three Stars: 1. Derek Army (Providence) 2. John Henrion (New Hampshire) 3. Steven Shamanski (Providence) Referees: Thomas Fyrer, Kevin Shea Linesmen: Joe Ross, Chris Aughe

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U N H H OC K E Y JANUARY 25, 2013 at Lawler Arena, North Andover, Mass. Merrimack College 1 1 1 - 3 UNH 0 2 0 - 2 1st Period Scoring - 1, MER Mike Collins/12 (Brian Christie/7, Quinn Gould/2) 19:00 Penalties - Josh Myers, MER (Tripping) 10:28 2nd Period Scoring - 2, UNH Eric Knodel/6 (Austin Block/4, Nick Sorkin/10) 3:50 3, UNH Casey Thrush/4 (Connor Hardowa/10) 9:40 4, MER Mike Collins/13 (Brian Christie/8, Quinn Gould/3) 10:12 Penalties - None 3rd Period Scoring - 5, MER Brian Christie/4 (Jordan Heywood/7, Mike Collins/17) 0:07 (GW) Penalties - Kyle Singleton, MER (Hooking) 3:27; Bench, UNH (Too Many Players) 5:13; Rhett Bly, MER (Goaltender Interference) 7:43; Jay Camper, UNH (Hooking) 12:58; Austin Block, UNH (Hooking) 16:23 New Hampshire Goaltending - Jeff Wyer (58:27, 35 shots, 32 saves, 3 GA); Empty Net (1:33, 0 GA) Merrimack Goaltending - Sam Marotta (60:00, 31 shots, 29 saves, 2 GA) Win - Sam Marotta, MER (7-4-3). Loss - Jeff Wyer, UNH (1-2-0). Shots On Goal - UNH 9-16-6=31; MER 12-10-13=35 Power Plays - UNH 0 of 3; MER 0 of 3 Penalties - UNH 3 (6 min); MER 3 (6 min) New Records - Merrimack 10-9-5, New Hampshire 14-6-2 Three Stars: 1. Mike Collins (Merrimack) 2. Brian Christie (Merrimack) 3. Casey Thrush (New Hampshire) Referees: Ryan Hersey, Scott Hansen Linesmen: Jeremy Lovett, Bob Bernard

FEBRUARY 2, 2013 AT WHITTEMORE CENTER, DURHAM, N.H. UNH 0 1 0 - 1 NORTHEASTERN 1 2 1 - 4 1st Period Scoring - 1, MER Shawn Bates/4 (Clayton Jardine/2, Josh Myers/7) 6:18 Penalties - Kevin Goumas, UNH (Hooking) 16:16 2nd Period Scoring - 2, MER Shawn Bates/5 (Clayton Jardine/3, Josh Myers/8) 8:50 (GW) 3, UNH Jeff Silengo/2 (Scott Pavelski/3, Nick Sorkin/11) 12:52 (EA) 4, MER Vinny Scotti/4 (Mike Collins/18, Brian Christie/9) 16:02 (PP) Penalties - Tom McCarthy, MER (Holding) 9:25; Brendan Ellis, MER (Holding) 12:52; John Henrion, UNH (CTH HIGH-STICKING) 14:45; Kyle Bigos, MER (Tripping) 19:07 3rd Period Scoring - 5, MER Mike Collins/14 (Brendan Ellis/10, Rhett Bly/8) 18:41 (EN) Penalties - Matt Willows, UNH (Hooking) 2:15 Merrimack Goaltending - Sam Marotta (60:00, 52 shots, 51 saves, 1 GA) New Hampshire Goaltending - Casey DeSmith (58:52, 23 shots, 20 saves, 3 GA); Empty Net (1:08, 1 GA) Win - Sam Marotta, MER (9-5-3). Loss - Casey DeSmith, UNH (15-5-2). Shots On Goal - MER 8-9-7=24; UNH 12-20-20=52 Power Plays - MER 1 of 3; UNH 0 of 3 Penalties - MER 3 (6 min); UNH 3 (6 min) New Records - Merrimack 12-10-5, New Hampshire 16-7-2 Three Stars: 1. Sam Marotta (Merrimack) 2. Shawn Bates (Merrimack) 3. Scott Pavelski (New Hampshire) Referees: Thomas Quinn, Jack Millea Linesmen: Marc Sullivan, Chris Aughe

JANUARY 26, 2013 at Verizon Wireless Arena, Manchester, N.H. Merrimack College 0 1 1 - 2 UNH 1 3 2 - 6 1st Period Scoring - 1, UNH Austin Block/11 (Connor Hardowa/11, Trevor van Riemsdyk/10) 7:29 (PP) Penalties - Kyle Singleton, MER (Holding) 6:04; Dan Kolomatis, MER (Interference) 7:01; Matt Willows, UNH (Cross-Checking) 13:40 2nd Period Scoring - 2, MER Ben Bahe/1 (Rhett Bly/6, Kyle Singleton/5) 4:32 3, UNH Connor Hardowa/2 (Grayson Downing/8, Trevor van Riemsdyk/11) 12:23 (PP) 4, UNH Dan Correale/1 (Grayson Downing/9, Austin Block/5) 18:58 (GW) 5, UNH Collin MacDonald/1 (Trevor van Riemsdyk/12, John Henrion/8) 19:59 Penalties - Tom McCarthy, MER (Elbowing) 11:04; Bench, UNH (Too Many Players) 16:09 3rd Period Scoring - 6, UNH Dalton Speelman/6 (Matt Willows/5, Brett Kostolansky/5) 8:51 7, MER Dan Kolomatis/4 (Vinny Scotti/3, Connor Toomey/10) 10:07 8, UNH Grayson Downing/9 (Eric Knodel/4, Trevor van Riemsdyk/13) 18:21 Penalties - Austin Block, UNH (Interference) 6:40; Justin Agosta, UNH (Interference) 11:37 Merrimack Goaltending - Sam Marotta (60:00, 28 shots, 22 saves, 6 GA) New Hampshire Goaltending - Casey DeSmith (60:00, 37 shots, 35 saves, 2 GA) Win - Casey DeSmith, UNH (14-4-2). Loss - Sam Marotta, MER (7-5-3). Shots On Goal - MER 11-17-9=37; UNH 7-11-10=28 Power Plays - MER 0 of 4; UNH 2 of 3 Penalties - MER 3 (6 min); UNH 4 (8 min) New Records - New Hampshire 15-6-2, Merrimack 10-10-5 Three Stars: 1. Trevor van Riemsdyk (New Hampshire) 2. Connor Hardowa (New Hampshire) 3. Austin Block (New Hampshire) Referees: Thomas Fyrer, Kevin Shea Linesmen: Chris Aughe, Brendan Blanchard

FEBRUARY 10, 2013 AT WHITTEMORE CENTER, DURHAM, N.H. UNH 0 1 2 0 3 PROVIDENCE COLLEGE 1 0 2 0 3 1st Period Scoring - 1, PRV John Gilmour/3 (Nick Saracino/5, Shane Luke/9) 13:27 (PP) Penalties - Austin Block, UNH (Interference) 12:06 2nd Period Scoring - 2, UNH Grayson Downing/11 (Dalton Speelman/6, Maxim Gaudreault/3) 14:52 Penalties - Steven McParland, PRV (EMBELLISHMENT) 3:44; Dalton Speelman, UNH (Hooking) 3:44; Myles Harvey, PRV (Hooking) 19:18 3rd Period Scoring - 3, UNH Dan Correale/2 (Grayson Downing/10, Trevor van Riemsdyk/14) 0:30 (PP) 4, PRV Nick Saracino/4 (Paul de Jersey/8, Shane Luke/10) 5:05 (PP) 5, PRV Nick Saracino/5 (Drew Brown/4) 9:35 6, UNH Scott Pavelski/3 (Casey Thrush/8, Maxim Gaudreault/4) 16:34 Penalties - Dan Correale, UNH (Slashing) 3:51; Steven Shamanski, PRV (Hooking) 11:17; Matt Willows, UNH (Hooking) 18:31 Overtime Scoring - None Penalties - None Providence Goaltending - Jon Gillies (65:00, 44 shots, 41 saves, 3 GA) New Hampshire Goaltending - Casey DeSmith (65:00, 42 shots, 39 saves, 3 GA) Tie - Jon Gillies, PRV (10-8-5). Tie - Casey DeSmith, UNH (15-5-3). Shots On Goal - PRV 6-14-17-5=42; UNH 17-10-16-1=44 Power Plays - PRV 2 of 3; UNH 1 of 2 Penalties - PRV 3 (6 min); UNH 4 (8 min) New Records - New Hampshire 16-7-3, Providence 10-10-6 Three Stars: 1. Nick Saracino (Providence) 2. Scott Pavelski (New Hampshire) 3. Grayson Downing (New Hampshire) Referees: Tim Benedetto, Thomas Quinn Linesmen: Matt Riegert, Tom Cronin

FEBRUARY 1, 2013 AT MATTHEWS ARENA, BOSTON, MASS. UNH 0 2 1 - 3 NORTHEASTERN 0 1 0 - 1 1st Period Scoring - None Penalties - None 2nd Period Scoring - 1, UNH Grayson Downing/10 (Dan Correale/6, Austin Block/6) 4:01 2, UNH Eric Knodel/7 (Kevin Goumas/21) 4:45 (GW) 3, NOE Vinny Saponari/5 (Kevin Roy/15, Colton Saucerman/6) 7:25 Penalties - John Henrion, UNH (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 12:40; Cody Ferriero, NOE (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 12:40; Vinny Saponari, NOE (Hooking) 19:51 3rd Period Scoring - 4, UNH John Henrion/9 (Kevin Goumas/22, Connor Hardowa/12) 1:46 (PP) Penalties - Dalton Speelman, UNH (Slashing) 4:17; Dan Correale, UNH (Tripping) 6:33; Kevin Goumas, UNH (Holding) 14:45; Kevin Roy, NOE (Holding) 15:13; Dan Correale, UNH (Tripping) 18:23; Bench, NOE (BENCH) 20:00 New Hampshire Goaltending - Casey DeSmith (60:00, 48 shots, 47 saves, 1 GA) Northeastern Goaltending - Chris Rawlings (57:46, 27 shots, 24 saves, 3 GA); Empty Net (2:14, 0 GA) Win - Casey DeSmith, UNH (15-4-2). Loss - Chris Rawlings, NOE (7-8-1). Shots On Goal - UNH 11-10-6=27; NOE 16-17-15=48 Power Plays - UNH 1 of 2; NOE 0 of 4 Penalties - UNH 5 (10 min); NOE 4 (8 min) New Records - New Hampshire 16-6-2, Northeastern 7-13-3 Three Stars: 1. Casey DeSmith (New Hampshire) 2. Kevin Goumas (New Hampshire) 3. John Henrion (New Hampshire) Referees: David Hansen, Tim Low Linesmen: Chris Low, Christoper Millea

FEBRUARY 13, 2013 AT SCHNEIDER ARENA, PROVIDENCE, R.I. UNH 0 0 0 - 0 PROVIDENCE COLLEGE 0 0 1 - 1 1st Period Scoring - None Penalties - Drew Brown, PRV (Hooking) 2:29; Brett Kostolansky, UNH (Hooking) 5:45; Myles Harvey, PRV (Interference) 10:51; Matt Willows, UNH (Hooking) 13:59; Casey Thrush, UNH (Tripping) 16:08 2nd Period Scoring - None Penalties - John Henrion, UNH (Tripping) 5:17; Ross Mauermann, PRV (Interference) 16:54; Justin Agosta, UNH (Tripping-PS) 18:54 3rd Period Scoring - 1, PRV Stefan Demopoulos/6 (Mark Jankowski/7, Tim Schaller/9) 17:12 (GW) Penalties - Kevin Hart, PRV (Interference) 6:00; Derek Army, PRV (Roughing) 9:04; Tom Parisi, PRV (Tripping) 12:57 New Hampshire Goaltending - Casey DeSmith (58:35, 34 shots, 33 saves, 1 GA); Empty Net (1:25, 0 GA) Providence Goaltending - Jon Gillies (60:00, 37 shots, 37 saves, 0 GA) Win - Jon Gillies, PRV (11-8-5). Loss - Casey DeSmith, UNH (15-6-3). Shots On Goal - UNH 9-14-14=37; PRV 13-11-10=34 Power Plays - UNH 0 of 6; PRV 0 of 4 Penalties - UNH 5 (10 min); PRV 6 (12 min) New Records - Providence 11-10-6, New Hampshire 16-8-3 Three Stars: 1. Stefan Demopoulos (Providence) 2. Jon Gillies (Providence) 3. Casey DeSmith (New Hampshire) Referees: Kevin Keenan, Jack Millea Linesmen: Marc Sullivan, Christopher Millea

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UNH HOCKEY FEBRUARY 17, 2013 AT CONTE FORUM, CHESTNUT HILL, MASS. UNH 1 1 2 0 4 BOSTON COLLEGE 1 2 1 0 4 1st Period Scoring - 1, BC Steven Whitney/19 (Bill Arnold/13, Destry Straight/7) 8:57 2, UNH Eric Knodel/8 (Trevor van Riemsdyk/15, Grayson Downing/11) 19:01 (PP) Penalties - Trevor van Riemsdyk, UNH (Interference) 5:47; Quinn Smith, BC (Interference) 10:25; Michael Matheson, BC (Tripping) 17:11 2nd Period Scoring - 3, UNH Dan Correale/3 (Brett Kostolansky/6) 0:34 4, BC Michael Matheson/6 (Johnny Gaudreau/22, Pat Mullane/20) 5:30 (PP) 5, BC Pat Mullane/14 (Isaac MacLeod/4, Michael Matheson/12) 15:43 (PP) Penalties - Dan Correale, UNH (Hitting from Behind) 3:55; Travis Jeke, BC (Slashing) 5:46; Isaac MacLeod, BC (Tripping) 9:42; Bench, BC (Too Many Players) 10:09; Justin Agosta, UNH (Elbowing) 15:16 3rd Period Scoring - 6, UNH Grayson Downing/12 (Austin Block/7, Dan Correale/7) 1:15 7, UNH Matt Willows/2 (Brett Pesce/3) 7:54 8, BC Bill Arnold/12 (Steven Whitney/15) 8:01 Penalties - Patrick Wey, BC (Interference) 2:06; Matt Willows, UNH (Hooking) 5:11; Colin Sullivan, BC (Interference) 9:12; Austin Block, UNH (Tripping) 18:16 Overtime Scoring - None Penalties - None New Hampshire Goaltending - Casey DeSmith (65:00, 26 shots, 22 saves, 4 GA) Boston College Goaltending - Parker Milner (65:00, 33 shots, 29 saves, 4 GA) Tie - Casey DeSmith, UNH (15-6-4). Tie - Parker Milner, BC (17-7-3). Shots On Goal - UNH 9-10-11-3=33; BC 8-8-8-2=26 Power Plays - UNH 1 of 7; BC 2 of 5 Penalties - UNH 5 (10 min); BC 7 (14 min) New Records - Boston College 17-8-3, New Hampshire 16-8-4 Three Stars: 1. Bill Arnold (Boston College) 2. Pat Mullane (Boston College) 3. Grayson Downing (New Hampshire) Referees: Jeff Bunyon, Ryan Hersey Linesmen: Bob Bernard, Joe Ross FEBRUARY 22, 2013 AT GUTTERSON FIELDHOUSE, BURLINGTON, VT. UNH 1 2 1 - 4 VERMONT 1 0 2 - 3 1st Period Scoring - 1, VER H.T. Lenz/4 (Matt White/10, Robert Polesello/7) 1:52 2, UNH Austin Block/12 (Trevor van Riemsdyk/16, Grayson Downing/12) 19:04 Penalties - Grayson Downing, UNH (Tripping) 3:43; Nick Bruneteau, VER (Obstruction Interference) 13:18 2nd Period Scoring - 3, UNH Dalton Speelman/7 (John Henrion/9, Kevin Goumas/23) 8:43 (PP) 4, UNH Austin Block/13 (Trevor van Riemsdyk/17, Eric Knodel/5) 16:23 (PP) Penalties - Caylen Walls, VER (Cross-Checking) 1:39; Nick Bruneteau, VER (Tripping) 7:20; H.T. Lenz, VER (Hitting from Behind) 8:00; Grayson Downing, UNH (Roughing) 8:52; Caylen Walls, VER (Boarding) 14:34 3rd Period Scoring - 5, VER Nick Bruneteau/2 0:55 6, UNH Matt Willows/3 (Trevor van Riemsdyk/18, Kevin Goumas/24) 5:18 (PP) (GW) 7, VER Jonathan Turk/3 (Michael Paliotta/7, Brett Bruneteau/5) 11:00 Penalties - Anthony DeCenzo, VER (Hooking) 4:17; Brett Bruneteau, VER (Slashing) 5:53; Michael Paliotta, VER (Cross-Checking) 7:23; Austin Block, UNH (Hitting after the Whistle) 8:19 New Hampshire Goaltending - Casey DeSmith (60:00, 14 shots, 11 saves, 3 GA) Vermont Goaltending - Brody Hoffman (58:58, 23 shots, 19 saves, 4 GA); Empty Net (1:02, 0 GA) Win - Casey DeSmith, UNH (16-6-4). Loss - Brody Hoffman, VER (10-15-4). Shots On Goal - UNH 4-14-5=23; VER 2-2-10=14 Power Plays - UNH 3 of 8; VER 0 of 3 Penalties - UNH 3 (6 min); VER 8 (16 min) New Records - New Hampshire 17-8-4, Vermont 10-15-4 Three Stars: 1. Austin Block (New Hampshire) 2. Trevor van Riemsdyk (New Hampshire) 3. Nick Bruneteau (Vermont) Referees: Jeff Bunyon, Kevin Shea Linesmen: Jeremy Lovett, Bob Bernard FEBRUARY 23, 2013 AT GUTTERSON FIELDHOUSE, BURLINGTON, VT. UNH 0 1 0 0 1 VERMONT 0 1 0 0 1 1st Period Scoring - None Penalties - Matt Willows, UNH (Hitting after the Whistle) 1:31; Nick Bruneteau, VER (Hitting after the Whistle) 1:31; Caylen Walls, VER (High-Sticking) 11:21; Nick Bruneteau, VER (Holding) 17:01 2nd Period Scoring - 1, VER Jacob Fallon/9 (Chris McCarthy/15, Kyle Reynolds/8) 0:56 2, UNH Trevor van Riemsdyk/7 (Eric Knodel/6, Grayson Downing/13) 8:53 (PP) Penalties - Kyle Reynolds, VER (Tripping) 8:23; Kyle Reynolds, VER (Slashing) 16:25 3rd Period Scoring - None Penalties - Grayson Downing, UNH (High-Sticking) 5:48 Overtime Scoring - None Penalties - None New Hampshire Goaltending - Casey DeSmith (65:00, 31 shots, 30 saves, 1 GA) Vermont Goaltending - Brody Hoffman (65:00, 22 shots, 21 saves, 1 GA) Tie - Casey DeSmith, UNH (16-6-5). Tie - Brody Hoffman, VER (10-15-5). Shots On Goal - UNH 2-8-9-3=22; VER 8-11-12-0=31 Power Plays - UNH 1 of 4; VER 0 of 1 Penalties - UNH 2 (4 min); VER 5 (10 min)

New Records - Vermont 10-15-5, New Hampshire 17-8-5 Three Stars: 1. Brett Bruneteau (Vermont) 2. Casey DeSmith (New Hampshire) 3. Jacob Fallon (Vermont) Referees: Jeff Bunyon, Kevin Shea Linesmen: Jeremy Lovett, Bob Bernard MARCH 1, 2013 AT WHITTEMORE CENTER, DURHAM, N.H. UNH 0 1 1 0 2 MASSACHUSETTS 1 0 1 0 2 1st Period Scoring - 1, UMA Michael Pereira/13 (Conor Allen/12, Conor Sheary/16) 12:19 Penalties - None 2nd Period Scoring - 2, UNH Matt Willows/4 (Eric Knodel/7, Kevin Goumas/25) 10:44 (PP) Penalties - Adam Phillips, UMA (Interference) 9:48; Austin Block, UNH (Hooking) 11:19; Conor Sheary, UMA (Tripping) 14:40; Austin Block, UNH (Hooking) 14:46 3rd Period Scoring - 3, UMA Eddie Olczyk/3 (Patrick Kiley/3, Zack LaRue/2) 18:55 4, UNH John Henrion/10 (Eric Knodel/8, Kevin Goumas/26) 19:56 (EA) Penalties - Grayson Downing, UNH (Cross-Checking) 0:34; Mike Busillo, UMA (Tripping) 4:23; Oleg Yevenko, UMA (Elbowing) 5:02; Eddie Olczyk, UMA (Holding) 7:06; Brett Kostolansky, UNH (Hooking) 8:43 Overtime Scoring - None Penalties - None Massachusetts Goaltending - Steve Mastalerz (65:00, 34 shots, 32 saves, 2 GA) New Hampshire Goaltending - Casey DeSmith (64:37, 37 shots, 35 saves, 2 GA); Empty Net (0:23, 0 GA) Tie - Steve Mastalerz, UMA (3-6-1). Tie - Casey DeSmith, UNH (16-6-6). Shots On Goal - UMA 11-15-6-5=37; UNH 15-7-8-4=34 Power Plays - UMA 0 of 4; UNH 1 of 5 Penalties - UMA 5 (10 min); UNH 4 (8 min) New Records - New Hampshire 17-8-6, Massachusetts 11-17-3 Three Stars: 1. John Henrion (New Hampshire) 2. Eddie Olczyk (Massachusetts) 3. Casey DeSmith (New Hampshire) Referees: Jack Millea, Kevin Keenan Linesmen: Chris Millea, Tommy George MARCH 2, 2013 AT WHITTEMORE CENTER, DURHAM, N.H. UNH 0 2 2 - 4 MASSACHUSETTS 0 0 0 - 0 1st Period Scoring - None Penalties - Michael Pereira, UMA (Boarding) 0:22; Dan Correale, UNH (Boarding) 4:51; Maxim Gaudreault, UNH (Interference) 14:28; Oleg Yevenko, UMA (High-Sticking) 17:05 2nd Period Scoring - 1, UNH John Henrion/11 (Casey Thrush/9, Nick Sorkin/12) 1:10 (GW) 2, UNH John Henrion/12 (Brett Kostolansky/7, Casey Thrush/10) 10:43 (PP) Penalties - Adam Phillips, UMA (Holding) 8:48; John Henrion, UNH (Interference) 13:32; Patrick Kiley, UMA (Hooking) 15:36 3rd Period Scoring - 3, UNH Matt Willows/5 (Kevin Goumas/27, Brett Kostolansky/8) 6:06 4, UNH John Henrion/13 (Casey Thrush/11, Nick Sorkin/13) 19:32 (EN) Penalties - John Henrion, UNH (Interference) 14:24 Massachusetts Goaltending - Steve Mastalerz (58:20, 32 shots, 29 saves, 3 GA); Empty Net (1:40, 1 GA) New Hampshire Goaltending - Casey DeSmith (60:00, 25 shots, 25 saves, 0 GA) Win - Casey DeSmith, UNH (17-6-6). Loss - Steve Mastalerz, UMA (3-7-1). Shots On Goal - UMA 5-10-10=25; UNH 10-12-11=33 Power Plays - UMA 0 of 4; UNH 1 of 4 Penalties - UMA 4 (8 min); UNH 4 (8 min) New Records - New Hampshire 18-8-6, Massachusetts 11-18-3 Three Stars: 1. John Henrion (New Hampshire) 2. Casey DeSmith (New Hampshire) 3. Casey Thrush (New Hampshire) Referees: John Gravallese, Kevin Shea Linesmen: Chris Aughe, Joe Ross MARCH 8, 2013 AT WHITTEMORE CENTER, DURHAM, N.H. UNH 0 0 3 - 3 MAINE 1 0 3 - 4 1st Period Scoring - 1, MNE Steven Swavely/6 (Devin Shore/19) 8:45 (SH) Penalties - Brice O’Connor, MNE (Tripping) 8:04; Justin Agosta, UNH (Roughing) 18:52 2nd Period Scoring - None Penalties - Ryan Lomberg, MNE (Hooking) 0:55; Scott Pavelski, UNH (Hooking) 15:07 3rd Period Scoring - 2, MNE Kyle Beattie/6 (Jon Swavely/5, Will Merchant/4) 9:18 3, UNH Dalton Speelman/8 (Eric Knodel/9, Trevor van Riemsdyk/19) 13:24 4, MNE Devin Shore/4 (Mike Cornell/7) 13:47 5, MNE Kyle Beattie/7 14:06 (GW) 6, UNH Eric Knodel/9 (Trevor van Riemsdyk/20, Nick Sorkin/14) 18:47 (PP) (EA) 7, UNH Austin Block/14 (John Henrion/10, Grayson Downing/14) 19:37 (EA) Penalties - Bill Norman, MNE (Tripping) 3:25; Kevin Goumas, UNH (Interference) 10:06; Kyle Beattie, MNE (Hooking) 17:01; Joey Diamond, MNE (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 20:00; Joey Diamond, MNE (10-Misconduct) 20:00; Grayson Downing, UNH (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 20:00; Grayson Downing, UNH (10-Misconduct) 20:00 Maine Goaltending - Martin Ouellette (60:00, 34 shots, 31 saves, 3 GA) New Hampshire Goaltending - Casey DeSmith (56:53, 24 shots, 20 saves, 4 GA); Empty Net (3:07, 0 GA) Win - Martin Ouellette, MNE (9-10-7). Loss - Casey DeSmith, UNH (17-7-6). Shots On Goal - MNE 8-11-5=24; UNH 6-7-21=34 Power Plays - MNE 0 of 3; UNH 1 of 4 Penalties - MNE 6 (20 min); UNH 5 (18 min)

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U N H H OC K E Y MARCH 9, 2013 AT WHITTEMORE CENTER, DURHAM, N.H. UNH 1 2 1 0 4 MAINE 0 2 2 0 4 1st Period Scoring - 1, UNH Scott Pavelski/4 (Maxim Gaudreault/5, Justin Agosta/11) 15:59 Penalties - Nick Sorkin, UNH (Boarding) 2:47; Mike Cornell, MNE (Hooking) 8:26; Connor Hardowa, UNH (Cross-Checking) 17:21 2nd Period Scoring - 2, UNH Maxim Gaudreault/3 (Jay Camper/4, Trevor van Riemsdyk/21) 14:06 3, MNE Joey Diamond/13 (Ryan Lomberg/6, Martin Ouellette/3) 15:28 4, UNH Grayson Downing/13 (Austin Block/8) 16:00 5, MNE Adam Shemansky/3 (Klas Leidermark/2, Ben Hutton/10) 18:03 Penalties - Devin Shore, MNE (Tripping) 0:16; Austin Block, UNH (Tripping) 0:35; Kevin Goumas, UNH (Roughing) 10:54 3rd Period Scoring - 6, MNE Joey Diamond/14 (Ben Hutton/11) 5:58 7, MNE Will Merchant/3 (Brice O’Connor/4, Steven Swavely/8) 7:14 8, UNH Eric Knodel/10 (Kevin Goumas/28, Trevor van Riemsdyk/22) 16:22 (PP) Penalties - Klas Leidermark, MNE (Holding the Stick) 7:19; Kevin Goumas, UNH (Slashing) 10:28; Joey Diamond, MNE (Hitting from Behind) 15:42; Joey Diamond, MNE (10-Misconduct) 17:48 Overtime Scoring - None Penalties - None Maine Goaltending - Martin Ouellette (65:00, 35 shots, 31 saves, 4 GA) New Hampshire Goaltending - Casey DeSmith (65:00, 36 shots, 32 saves, 4 GA) Tie - Martin Ouellette, MNE (9-10-8). Tie - Casey DeSmith, UNH (17-7-7). Shots On Goal - MNE 11-14-10-1=36; UNH 14-6-13-2=35 Power Plays - MNE 0 of 5; UNH 1 of 4 Penalties - MNE 5 (18 min); UNH 5 (10 min) New Records - New Hampshire 18-9-7, Maine 11-17-8 Three Stars: 1. Eric Knodel (New Hampshire) 2. Ben Hutton (Maine) 3. Trevor van Riemsdyk (New Hampshire) Referees: Tim Benedetto, Thomas Fyrer Linesmen: Joe Ross, Jeremy Lovett MARCH 15, 2013 AT SCHNEIDER ARENA, PROVIDENCE, R.I. PROVIDENCE 0 2 1 - 3 UNH 0 1 1 - 2 1st Period Scoring - None Penalties - Harry Quast, UNH (Holding) 1:44; Tim Schaller, PRV (Holding) 3:18 2nd Period Scoring - 1, PRV Nick Saracino/8 (Shane Luke/11) 2:06 2, PRV John Gilmour/4 (Shane Luke/12, Nick Saracino/7) 13:27 3, UNH Grayson Downing/14 (Eric Knodel/10, Kevin Goumas/29) 13:50 (PP) Penalties - Trevor van Riemsdyk, UNH (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 4:52; Eric Knodel, UNH (Cross-Checking) 4:52; Nick Saracino, PRV (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 4:52; Kevin Goumas, UNH (Hooking) 9:43; Noel Acciari, PRV (Cross-Checking) 13:30 3rd Period Scoring - 4, UNH Austin Block/15 (Brett Kostolansky/9, Grayson Downing/15) 2:00 5, PRV Nick Saracino/9 (Shane Luke/13, Ross Mauermann/12) 8:06 (GW) Penalties - Dalton Speelman, UNH (Interference) 0:23; Nick Saracino, PRV (Hooking) 0:53; Trevor van Riemsdyk, UNH (EMBELLISHMENT) 15:03; Tim Schaller, PRV (Cross-Checking) 15:03 New Hampshire Goaltending - Casey DeSmith (59:26, 25 shots, 22 saves, 3 GA); Empty Net (0:34, 0 GA) Providence Goaltending - Jon Gillies (60:00, 37 shots, 35 saves, 2 GA) Win - Jon Gillies, PRV (16-10-6). Loss - Casey DeSmith, UNH (17-8-7). Shots On Goal - UNH 15-11-11=37; PRV 4-17-4=25 Power Plays - UNH 1 of 3; PRV 0 of 4 Penalties - UNH 6 (12 min); PRV 5 (10 min) New Records - Providence 16-12-7, New Hampshire 18-10-7 Three Stars: 1. Nick Saracino (Providence) 2. Shane Luke (Providence) 3. Grayson Downing (New Hampshire) Referees: Kevin Keenan, Scott Hansen Linesmen: Marc Sullivan, Tommy George MARCH 16, 2013 AT SCHNEIDER ARENA, PROVIDENCE, R.I. PROVIDENCE 0 1 0 - 1 UNH 1 1 2 - 4 1st Period Scoring - 1, UNH Matt Willows/6 (Kevin Goumas/30, Brett Pesce/4) 15:19 Penalties - Drew Brown, PRV (Elbowing) 17:34; Grayson Downing, UNH (Interference) 19:16 2nd Period Scoring - 2, UNH Matt Willows/7 (Kevin Goumas/31, Dan Correale/8) 1:45 (GW) 3, PRV Nick Saracino/10 (John Gilmour/9, Jon Gillies/1) 3:32 (PP) Penalties - Jay Camper, UNH (Interference) 3:14 3rd Period Scoring - 4, UNH Jeff Silengo/3 17:33 5, UNH Matt Willows/8 18:23 (EN) Penalties - Brett Kostolansky, UNH (Hooking) 2:23 New Hampshire Goaltending - Casey DeSmith (60:00, 39 shots, 38 saves, 1 GA) Providence Goaltending - Jon Gillies (59:52, 23 shots, 20 saves, 3 GA); Empty Net (0:08, 1 GA) Win - Casey DeSmith, UNH (18-8-7). Loss - Jon Gillies, PRV (16-11-6). Shots On Goal - UNH 7-11-6=24; PRV 11-12-16=39 Power Plays - UNH 0 of 1; PRV 1 of 3 Penalties - UNH 3 (6 min); PRV 1 (2 min) New Records - New Hampshire 19-10-7, Providence 16-13-7 Three Stars: 1. Matt Willows (New Hampshire) 2. Casey DeSmith (New Hampshire) 3. Nick Saracino (Providence) Referees: Jeff Bunyon, Kevin Shea Linesmen: Bob Bernard, Tommy George

MARCH 17, 2013 AT SCHNEIDER ARENA, PROVIDENCE, R.I. PROVIDENCE 1 2 0 - 3 UNH 1 1 0 - 2 1st Period Scoring - 1, PRV Mark Jankowski/7 (Tim Schaller/15) 1:31 2, UNH John Henrion/14 (Trevor van Riemsdyk/23, Jeff Silengo/6) 17:07 Penalties - Kevin Hart, PRV (O-INTERFERENCE) 5:52; Grayson Downing, UNH (O-INTERFERENCE) 10:03; Paul de Jersey, PRV (Interference) 11:58 2nd Period Scoring - 3, UNH Grayson Downing/15 (Trevor van Riemsdyk/24, Kevin Goumas/32) 10:31 (PP) 4, PRV Tim Schaller/8 (Kevin Hart/8, Tom Parisi/4) 16:29 (PP) 5, PRV Nick Saracino/11 (Paul de Jersey/11, Mark Jankowski/11) 17:13 (PP) (GW) Penalties - Shane Luke, PRV (O-INTERFERENCE) 9:59; Kevin Goumas, UNH (Slashing) 12:00; Connor Hardowa, UNH (Interference) 14:35; John Henrion, UNH (Slashing) 16:29 3rd Period Scoring - None Penalties - Steven Shamanski, PRV (Hooking) 8:55 New Hampshire Goaltending - Casey DeSmith (58:42, 25 shots, 22 saves, 3 GA); Empty Net (1:18, 0 GA) Providence Goaltending - Jon Gillies (60:00, 32 shots, 30 saves, 2 GA) Win - Jon Gillies, PRV (17-11-6). Loss - Casey DeSmith, UNH (18-9-7). Shots On Goal - UNH 6-15-11=32; PRV 11-9-5=25 Power Plays - UNH 1 of 4; PRV 2 of 4 Penalties - UNH 4 (8 min); PRV 4 (8 min) New Records - Providence 17-13-7, New Hampshire 19-11-7 Three Stars: 1. Tim Schaller (Providence) 2. Jon Gillies (Providence) 3. Trevor van Riemsdyk (New Hampshire) Referees: Jeff Bunyon, Kevin Shea Linesmen: Bob Bernard, Tommy George MARCH 29, 2013 AT VERIZON WIRELESS ARENA, MANCHESTER, N.H. DENVER 2 0 0 - 2 UNH 1 2 2 - 5 1st Period Scoring - 1, DEN Daniel Doremus/12 (Larkin Jacobson/3, Matt Tabrum/8) 2:24 2, UNH Casey Thrush/5 (Brett Pesce/5, Trevor van Riemsdyk/25) 5:39 3, DEN Quentin Shore/10 (Nick Shore/20) 17:21 Penalties - Ty Loney, DEN (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 18:02; Kevin Goumas, UNH (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 18:02; Matt Willows, UNH (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 18:02 2nd Period Scoring - 4, UNH Trevor van Riemsdyk/8 (Eric Knodel/11, Grayson Downing/16) 14:34 (PP) 5, UNH Dalton Speelman/9 (Brett Kostolansky/10, Connor Hardowa/13) 19:38 (GW) Penalties - Nick Shore, DEN (Slashing) 0:37; Austin Block, UNH (Slashing) 0:37; Scott Mayfield, DEN (Interference) 3:51; John Henrion, UNH (Boarding) 8:40; Larkin Jacobson, DEN (CrossChecking) 12:54; David Makowski, DEN (Tripping) 17:38 3rd Period Scoring - 6, UNH John Henrion/15 (Justin Agosta/12, Nick Sorkin/15) 8:49 7, UNH Casey Thrush/6 (John Henrion/11, Jeff Silengo/7) 17:40 (EN) Penalties - Nick Shore, DEN (5-CONTACT TO THE HEAD) 0:50; Nick Shore, DEN (10-Game Misconduct) 0:50; Austin Block, UNH (Hooking) 12:33; Ty Loney, DEN (Roughing) 14:00; Brett Pesce, UNH (Roughing) 14:00; Brett Pesce, UNH (Roughing) 14:00; Ty Loney, DEN (Tripping) 18:57; Scott Mayfield, DEN (Tripping) 20:00 Denver Goaltending - Juho Olkinuora (57:59, 40 shots, 36 saves, 4 GA); Empty Net (2:01, 1 GA) New Hampshire Goaltending - Casey DeSmith (60:00, 33 shots, 31 saves, 2 GA) Win - Casey DeSmith, UNH (19-9-7). Loss - Juho Olkinuora, DEN (13-6-5). Shots On Goal - DEN 19-7-7=33; UNH 14-16-11=41 Power Plays - DEN 0 of 4; UNH 1 of 5 Penalties - DEN 10 (31 min); UNH 7 (14 min) New Records - New Hampshire 20-11-7, Denver 20-14-5 Three Stars: 1. John Henrion (New Hampshire) 2. Austin Block (New Hampshire) 3. Quentin Shore (Denver) Referees: Barry Pochmara, Brian Hill Linesmen: Tony Molina, Bruce Vida MARCH 30, 2013 AT VERIZON WIRELESS ARENA, MANCHESTER, N.H. UNH 0 0 0 - 0 UMass Lowell 0 1 1 - 2 1st Period Scoring - None Penalties - Joe Houk, UML (CTH ELBOWING) 11:33 2nd Period Scoring - 1, UML Scott Wilson/16 (Chad Ruhwedel/16, A.J. White/12) 19:30 (GW) Penalties - Jay Camper, UNH (Hooking) 3:04; Connor Hardowa, UNH (Cross-Checking) 11:40; Joe Houk, UML (Slashing) 11:40 3rd Period Scoring - 2, UML Adam Chapie/6 (Scott Wilson/21) 13:58 Penalties - Austin Block, UNH (ROUGHING ATW) 3:25; Zack Kamrass, UML (ROUGHING ATW) 3:25 New Hampshire Goaltending - Casey DeSmith (57:13, 28 shots, 26 saves, 2 GA); Empty Net (2:47, 0 GA) UMass Lowell Goaltending - Connor Hellebuyck (60:00, 28 shots, 28 saves, 0 GA) Win - Connor Hellebuyck, UML (20-2-0). Loss - Casey DeSmith, UNH (19-10-7). Shots On Goal - UNH 10-5-13=28; UML 8-10-10=28 Power Plays - UNH 0 of 1; UML 0 of 1 Penalties - UNH 3 (6 min); UML 3 (6 min) New Records - UMass Lowell 28-10-2, New Hampshire 20-12-7 Three Stars: 1. Connor Hellebuyck (UMass Lowell) 2. Scott Wilson (UMass Lowell) 3. Casey DeSmith (New Hampshire) Referees: Brian Hill, Barry Pochmara Linesmen: Joseph Hutek, T.J. Likens

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UNH HOCKEY Te a m R e c o r d s

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: 7 (2009-10) Most Overtime Games, One Season: 12 (2009-10) 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 -- modern era) 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 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: 204:40 (2012-13) 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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Indivdual Records

Most Goals: Period: 4 Game: 6 Season: 42 Career: 127 Freshman: 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)

UNH MEN’S HOCKEY

U N H H OC K E Y 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

127 102 98 94 91 87 85 85 78 77 77 144 132 117 116 114 114 112 110 107 105 42 40 38 34 34 33 33 33 32 31 59 51 48 46 45 44 43 43 43

Bob Miller, ‘77

Bob Miller, ‘77

89 86 85 76 76 74 70 68 67 66

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)

2.42 2.27 2.16 2.07 1.94 1.90 1.86 1.80 1.76 1.75

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)

1.45 1.16 1.10 1.05 0.99 0.86 0.84 0.84 0.82 0.81

WILDCAT CENTURY CLUB

Player

(PLAYERS WITH 100 OR MORE CAREER POINTS)

1. Ralph Cox 2. Jason Krog 3. Darren Haydar 4. Jamie Hislop 5. Mark Mowers 6. Louis Frigon 7. Bob Gould 8. Cliff Cox 9. Jon Fontas Frank Roy Joe Flanagan 12. Eric Boguniecki Sean Collins 14. Dave Lumley 15. Domenic Amodeo 16. Tom Nolan 17. Gordie Clark Dan Forget 19. James Richmond 20. Dan Potter 21. Mike Souza 22. Guy Smith 23. Barry Edgar Jacob Micflikier 25. Savo Mitrovic 26. Bob Brandt Bob Miller Colin Hemingway 29. John Gray 30. Richard Umile 31. Lanny Gare 32. Mike McShane 33. Tim Burke Rich David Bob Francis Peter Herms 37. Andy Brickley 38. Frank Barth Brett Hemingway 40. Bruce Crowder 41. Derek Bekar Eric Flinton 43. Preston Callander 44. Dana Barbin Steve Lyons Paul Barton 47. Ralph Robinson Tim Hanley 49. Chris Winnes Bobby Butler 51. Nick Poole 52. Dan Muse Matt Fornataro 54. Greg Klym Steve Saviano Mike Radja 57. Mike Sislo 58. Bill Munroe Eric Nickulas 60. David Aiken Paul Thompson 62. Mike Ontkean 63. Phil DeSimone 64. Scott Morrow 65. Mike Rossetti 66. Ray March 67. Justin Aikins 68. Glenn Stewart Mike Sullivan 70. Dude Thorn

Years GP G A Pts 1975-79 128 127 116 243 1995-99 151 94 144 238 1998-2002 158 102 117 219 1972-76 119 77 132 209 1994-98 144 85 112 197 1967-71 89 98 95 193 1975-79 135 91 101 192 1972-76 108 87 88 175 1974-78 107 72 102 174 1975-79 131 71 103 174 1988-92 140 85 89 174 1993-97 142 78 95 173 2001-05 164 77 96 173 1973-77 126 55 114 169 1988-92 142 66 102 168 1993-98 135 66 98 164 1971-74 90 76 86 162 1979-82 121 48 114 162 1983-87 141 56 104 160 1980-84 134 71 86 157 1996-2000 156 66 90 156 1968-72 88 46 107 153 1973-77 127 62 89 151 2003-07 154 58 92 150 1988-92 143 60 89 149 1966-69 84 69 79 148 1974-77 65 51 97 148 1999-03 139 67 81 148 1969-72 70 81 64 145 1969-72 87 60 84 144 1999-03 151 48 94 142 1968-71 84 42 97 139 1973-77 130 30 108 138 1966-69 74 57 81 138 1976-80 103 48 90 138 1982-86 153 33 105 138 1979-82 93 68 69 137 1977-81 106 46 89 135 2003-07 150 61 74 135 1975-79 135 47 86 133 1995-98 108 65 67 132 1991-95 148 62 70 132 2001-05 149 62 68 130 1977-81 125 40 87 127 1980-83 101 48 79 127 1980-84 135 40 87 127 1981-85 127 43 83 126 1984-88 138 55 71 126 1987-91 117 53 68 121 2010-11 153 61 60 121 1991-95 132 35 85 120 1981-85 136 54 64 118 2004-08 156 44 74 118 1989-93 143 40 77 117 2000-04 139 50 57 117 2004-08 149 54 63 117 2007-11 154 51 65 116 1969-72 89 44 69 113 1994-97 106 70 43 113 1986-90 139 52 60 112 2007-11 140 57 55 112 1966-69 75 63 48 111 2007-11 154 30 79 109 1988-92 114 57 52 107 1984-88 129 50 56 106 1958-60 54 39 66 105 2001-05 153 27 76 103 1990-94 144 51 51 102 1992-96 146 40 62 102 1963-66 62 65 35 100

Tradition. Pride. excellence.

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 0.79 0.91 0.87 0.75 0.82 0.84 0.78 0.75 1.27 1.07 0.81 0.80 1.48 0.71 0.94 0.82 1.94 0.67 0.71 0.70 1.61

UNH HOCKEY SEASON GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE

CAREER GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE (50 or more games) Player

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Years

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

1998-01 2011-present 2005-08 2002-06 2000-04 1996-99 2006-10 1966-69 1972-75 1990-92 1992-96

Games

Average

93 60 112 55 101 79 86 61 68 59 81

2.18 2.27 2.27 2.46 2.49 2.68 2.82 2.89 3.21 3.26 3.66

CAREER SAVES Player 1. Kevin Regan 2. Greg Moffett 3. Mike Ayers 4. Brian Foster 5. Greg Rota 6. Ty Conklin 7. Todd Pearson 8. Bruce Gillies 9. Pat Morrison 10. Sean Matile

Years Games Saves 2005-08 112 3,235 1977-81 101 2,602 2000-04 101 2,532 2006-10 86 2,387 1983-87 78 2,282 1998-01 93 2,188 1979-83 81 2,178 1980-85 71 2,140 1987-91 67 1,994 1996-99 79 1,951

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

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

Years

Games

2005-08 2011-present 2002-06 1998-01 2000-04 2006-10 1996-99 1990-92 1966-69 1972-75 1980-85

112 60 55 93 101 86 79 59 61 68 71

Save% .928 .925 .917 .915 .914 .910 .902 .901 .899 .896 .893

CAREER GAMES

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.

Kevin Regan Mike Ayers Ty Conklin Sean Matile Greg Moffett Bob Smith Cap Raeder Trent Cavicchi Brian Foster

2005-08 2000-04 1998-01 1996-99 1977-81 1970-73 1972-75 1992-96 2006-10

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 9. 9.

Year 1998-99 2000-01 2006-07 2002-03 2005-06 2007-08 2012-13 2004-05 2001-02 2010-11

Ty Conklin Kevin Regan Mike Ayers Jeff Pietrasiak Kevin Regan Casey DeSmith Kevin Regan Mike Ayers Matt Di Girolamo

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

CAREER WINS Wins 70 58 57 53 48 44 42 40 40

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Games 22 34 35 41 20 32 38 23 20 39

GAA 1.84 2.05 2.06 2.18 2.21 2.21 2.23 2.35 2.44 2.44

SEASON SAVES Player 1. Matt Di Girolamo 2. Mike Ayers

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

Brian Foster Bruce Gillies Todd Pearson Kevin Regan Casey DeSmith Jeff Levy Kevin Regan Greg Rota

Year 2010-11 2002-03 2006-10 1983-84 1981-82 2006-07 2012-13 1991-92 2007-08 1986-87

Games 39 41 38 34 35 35 38 35 32 34

Saves 1,145 1,139 1,128 1,065 1,028 1,025 1,000 976 962 957

SINGLE-SEASON SAVE PERCENTAGE Player

CAREER SAVE PERCENTAGE Player

Player 1. Ty Conklin

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

Year

Kevin Regan Kevin Regan Jeff Pietrasiak Kevin Regan Mike Ayers Matt Di Girolamo Casey DeSmith Ty Conklin Ty Conklin Rick Metzer

2006-07 2007-08 2005-06 2004-05 2002-03 2010-11 2012-13 1998-99 2000-01 1966-67

Games 35 32 20 23 41 39 38 22 34 17

Save% 93.521 93.036 92.941 92.795 92.601 92.264 92.421 92.229 91.990 91.561

SINGLE-SEASON WINS Player 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 9.

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

Year 2002-03 1997-98 2006-07 2007-08 1999-00 2010-11 1978-79 1981-82 1971-72 1976-77 1991-92

Games 41 38 35 32 37 39 31 35 29 27 35

Wins 27 25 24 23 22 22 21 21 20 20 20

Miscellaneous Goaltending Stats Saves, Period: 25 Saves, Game: 65 Shutouts, Season: 7 Shutouts, Career: 13 Games, Season: 41 Goals, Period: 9 Goals, Game: 14 Goals, Season: 160 Minutes, Season: 2,499:05 Minutes, Career: 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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GF GA 1925-26 1-3-0 .250 1-1-0 .500 0-2-0 .000 6 20 1926-27 6-0-0 1.000 3-0-0 1.000 3-0-0 1.000 22 7 1927-28 7-1-1 .833 2-0-1 .833 5-1-0 .833 33 26 1928-29 6-4-1 .591 3-3-0 .500 3-1-1 .700 23 20 1929-30 3-8-2 .308 2-4-1 .357 1-4-1 .250 22 42 1930-31 7-5-0 .583 4-0-0 1.000 3-5-0 .375 34 22 1931-32 0-8-0 .000 0-4-0 .000 0-4-0 .000 13 34 1932-33 1-6-0 .143 0-2-0 .000 1-4-0 .200 7 25 1933-34 5-6-1 .458 4-2-1 .643 1-4-0 .200 35 40 1934-35 6-4-2 .583 4-1-1 .750 2-3-1 .417 38 33 1935-36 7-6-0 .538 5-1-0 .833 2-5-0 .286 58 39 1936-37 3-5-0 .375 2-1-0 .667 1-4-0 .200 21 34 1937-38 6-3-1 .650 4-1-1 .750 2-2-0 .500 69 41 1938-39 5-4-0 .556 2-1-0 .667 3-3-0 .500 36 26 1939-40 1-9-0 .100 0-5-0 .000 1-4-0 .200 22 51 1940-41 5-7-0 .417 4-3-0 .571 1-4-0 .200 48 63 1941-42 4-10-0 .286 2-4-0 .333 2-6-0 .250 53 78 1942-43 1-1-0 .500 0-0-0 .000 1-1-0 .500 8 18 1946-47 4-1-0 .800 2-1-0 .667 2-0-0 1.000 28 19 1947-48 4-9-0 .308 3-3-0 .500 1-6-0 .143 58 67 1948-49 0-3-0 .000 0-0-0 .000 0-3-0 .000 11 23 1949-50 0-4-0 .000 0-2-0 .000 0-2-0 .000 8 28 1950-51 5-4-0 .556 3-2-0 .600 2-2-0 .500 44 34 1951-52 5-5-0 .500 3-1-0 .750 2-4-0 .333 43 41 1952-53 3-6-0 .333 1-3-0 .250 2-3-0 .400 27 49 1953-54 2-5-1 .313 0-3-0 .000 2-2-1 .500 35 45 1954-55 5-8-0 .385 4-3-0 .571 1-5-0 .167 59 65 1955-56 3-11-0 .214 2-4-0 .333 1-7-0 .125 39 80 1956-57 7-7-1 .500 4-4-0 .500 3-3-1 .500 57 62 1957-58 13-3-0 .813 8-1-0 .889 5-2-0 .714 89 42 1958-59 14-5-0 .737 6-1-0 .857 8-4-0 .667 99 49 1959-60 11-8-0 .579 7-3-0 .700 4-5-0 .444 79 66 1960-61 3-11-0 .214 2-3-0 .400 1-8-0 .111 41 74 1961-62 10-7-1 .583 6-2-1 .722 4-5-0 .444 102 63 1962-63 10-10-0 .500 4-3-0 .571 6-7-0 .462 109 87 1963-64 13-12-0 .520 5-5-0 .500 8-7-0 .533 89 112 1964-65 6-14-0 .300 3-2-0 .600 3-12-0 .200 76 90 1965-66 11-12-0 .478 8-5-0 .615 3-7-0 .300 111 94 1966-67 18-7-0 .720 9-2-0 .818 9-5-0 .643 127 69 1967-68 22-7-0 .759 12-2-0 .857 10-5-0 .667 159 77 ECAC II Playoffs 1968-69 22-6-1 .776 9-2-1 .792 13-4-0 .765 155 77 ECAC Playoffs 1969-70 19-10-2 .645 7-4-1 .625 12-6-1 .658 178 125 ECAC Playoffs 1970-71 20-9-0 .690 12-2-0 .857 8-7-0 .533 201 127 1971-72 20-10-0 .667 11-3-0 .786 9-7-0 .563 139 108 ECAC Playoffs 1972-73 16-10-3 .603 9-2-1 .792 7-8-2 .471 129 121 ECAC Playoffs 1973-74 22-9-0 .710 13-6-0 .684 9-3-0 .750 171 105 ECAC Playoffs 1974-75 21-9-1 .694 12-4-1 .735 9-5-0 .643 187 117 ECAC Playoffs 1975-76 24-7-0 .774 11-2-0 .846 13-5-0 .722 184 108 ECAC Playoffs 1976-77 27-12-0 .692 14-0-0 1.000 13-12-0 .520 245 181 ECAC Playoffs/NCAA Tourn. 1977-78 18-12-0 .600 10-4-0 .714 8-8-0 .500 197 150 ECAC Playoffs 1978-79 22-10-3 .671 10-2-0 .833 12-8-3 .587 195 148 ECAC Champ./NCAA Tourn. 1979-80 12-18-0 .400 7-8-0 .467 5-10-0 .333 120 135 1980-81 19-13-1 .591 9-6-1 .594 10-7-0 .588 166 130 ECAC Playoffs 1981-82 22-14-0 .611 14-1-0 .933 8-13-0 .381 176 159 ECAC Playoffs/NCAA Tourn. 1982-83 22-11-2 .657 13-4-2 .737 9-7-0 .563 180 137 ECAC Playoffs/NCAA Tourn. 1983-84 20-17-1 .539 8-7-0 .533 12-10-1 .543 169 139 ECAC Playoffs 1984-85 16-26-1 .384 8-14-1 .370 8-12-0 .400 198 191 HOCKEY EAST Playoffs 1985-86 5-29-3 .176 5-13-0 .278 0-16-3 .079 121 199 HOCKEY EAST Playoffs 1986-87 8-27-3 .250 5-11-1 .324 3-16-2 .190 124 204 1987-88 7-20-3 .283 5-7-2 .429 2-13-1 .156 101 146 1988-89 12-22-0 .353 8-9-0 .471 4-13-0 .235 111 154 1989-90 17-17-5 .500 9-6-2 .588 8-11-3 .432 166 156 HOCKEY EAST Playoffs 1990-91 22-11-2 .657 11-3-1 .767 11-8-1 .575 151 124 HOCKEY EAST Playoffs 1991-92 22-13-2 .622 13-3-2 .778 9-10-0 .474 168 127 NCAA Tournament 1992-93 18-17-3 .513 11-7-2 .600 7-10-1 .417 158 143 HOCKEY EAST Playoffs 1993-94 25-12-3 .663 11-5-0 .688 14-7-3 .646 145 125 NCAA Tournament 1994-95 22-10-4 .667 7-4-3 .607 15-6-1 .705 161 123 NCAA Tournament 1995-96 12-18-4 .412 8-4-1 .654 4-14-3 .262 139 150 HOCKEY EAST Playoffs 1996-97 28-11-0 .718 14-5-0 .737 14-6-0 .700 204 129 NCAA East Regionals 1997-98 25-12-1 .671 11-5-1 .676 14-7-0 .667 163 102 NCAA Semifinals 1998-99 31-7-3 .793 18-0-1 .974 13-7-2 .636 171 91 NCAA Championship Game 1999-00 23-9-6 .684 13-1-5 .816 10-8-1 .553 122 105 NCAA West Regional 2000-01 21-12-6 .615 12-5-3 .675 9-7-3 .553 122 86 HOCKEY EAST Playoffs 2001-02 30-7-3 .788 16-2-1 .868 12-5-2 .714 184 102 NCAA Semifinals   2002-03 28-8-6 .738 15-3-1 .816 13-5-5 .674 156 96 NCAA Championship Game 2003-04 20-15-6 .561 13-5-2 .700 7-10-4 .429 138 116 NCAA Northeast Regionals 2004-05 26-11-5 .679 17-3-0 .850 10-7-5 .523 166 114 NCAA Quarterfinals 2005-06 20-13-7 .588 10-6-3 .575 10-7-4 .588 120 102 NCAA Northeast Regionals 2006-07 26-11-2 .692 15-5-1 .738 14-7-1 .690 139 89 NCAA Northeast Regionals 2007-08 25-10-3 .697 14-4-1 .763 11-6-2 .718 132 94 NCAA West Regionals 2008-09 20-13-5 .592 12-4-2 .722 8-9-3 .468 116 112 NCAA Northeast Regional Final 2009-10 18-14-7 .551 10-4-5 .658 8-10-2 .450 131 122 NCAA East Regional Final 2010-11 22-11-6 .641 11-4-4 .684 11-7-2 .688 131 98 NCAA Northeast Regional Final 2011-12 15-19-3 .485 9-7-0 .562 6-12-3 .357 108 110 HOCKEY EAST Playoffs 2012-13 20-12-7 .603 10-4-3 .675 10-8-4 .526 122 88 NCAA Northeast Regional FInal TOTAL: 1153-843-134 .573

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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 Paul Thompson 52 Nick Sorkin 35 Kevin Goumas 42

Goals Assists Warren Percival 4 ----------Warren Percival 9 ----------Warren Percival 12 Carl Wendelin Alvin Reinhart 8 Alvin Reinhart Harry Croke 7 Harry Croke Harry Croke 15 Harvey Roberge Howard Hanley/Howard Penley 4 Five Players Howard Penley 5 None Winslow White 2 None George Bacheller 2 None James Steffy 9 Charles Grocott Woodman Facey 13 Herbert Merrill Russell Martin 16 Russell Martin Russell Martin 6 Russell Martin Russell Martin 23 Russell Martin Ray Patten 10 Ray Patten Carl Randall 4 Warren Davison Donald Perkins 17 Donald Perkins Karl Adams 24 Karl Adams Karl Adams 4 David Cunning William Forbes 9 William Forbes William Forbes 20 William MacDonald Walter Fournier 3 Edward Noel Schuyler Berry/Walter Fournier 2 Rocco Palumbo Walter Fournier 9 John Simpson Thomas Dolan 6 Four Players William Johnston 5 Willard Payson William Johnston 10 William Johnston William Johnston 19 John Stiles Ernest Twombly 7 Robert Hall/John Rice Albert Brodeur 13 Albert Brodeur George Marineau 16 Robert Johnson Albert Brodeur 17 Ray March Ray March/Ken McKinnon 18 Ray March Ken McKinnon 13 Sam Nichols Buzz Littell 23 Buzz Littell/Sam Nichols Tom Canavan 18 Dick Lamontagne Dude Thorn 16 John Gilday Dude Thorn 14 Brad Houston Colin Sutherland 13 Bill J. Rothwell Bob Brandt 30 Mickey Goulet Michael Ontkean 30 Bob Brandt Louis Frigon 33 Richard David Dick Umile 29 Louis Frigon Louis Frigon 38 Louis Frigon John Gray 29 Guy Smith Gordie Clark 24 Gordie Clark Cliff Cox 27 Jamie Hislop Jamie Hislop 28 Jamie Hislop/Bob Miller Cliff Cox 34 Jamie Hislop Ralph Cox 40 Bob Miller Ralph Cox/Jon Fontas 31 Ralph Cox Ralph Cox 42 Bob Francis Bob Francis 19 Dana Barbin Andy Brickley 27 Dan Forget Andy Brickley 26 Dan Forget Dan Potter 28 Steve Lyons Peter Douris 19 Dan Potter Peter Douris 27 Peter Herms Mike Rossetti 16 Peter Herms David Aiken/Steve Horner 19 James Richmond Chris Winnes 17 Chris Winnes Joe Flanagan 23 Chris Winnes Savo Mitrovic 30 Domenic Amodeo Joe Flanagan 24 Domenic Amodeo Scott Morrow 29 Domenic Amodeo E.Flinton/R.Donovan/G. Stewart 18 Nick Poole Eric Boguniecki 17 Nick Poole Eric Flinton 22 N.Poole/M.Sullivan/E. Royal Eric Nickulas 26 Eric Boguniecki Eric Nickulas 29 Jason Krog Jason Krog 33 Tom Nolan Jason Krog 34 Jason Krog Darren Haydar 22 Mike Souza Darren Haydar 18 Darren Haydar Colin Hemingway 33 Darren Haydar S. Collins/L. Gare/C. Hemingway 22 Steve Saviano Steve Saviano 27 Justin Aikins Preston Callander 25 Sean Collins Brett Hemingway 19 Jacob Micflikier/Daniel Winnik Trevor Smith 21 Fornataro/Micflikier Mike Radja 19 Matt Fornataro Mike Sislo 19 van Riemsdyk/Kapstad Bobby Butler 29 Blake Kessel Paul Thompson 28 Mike Sislo Stevie Moses 22 Nick Sorkin G. Downing/J. Henrion/ A. Block 15 Kevin Goumas

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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 Matt Di Girolamo Casey DeSmith Casey DeSmith

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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 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 Matt Di Girolamo Casey DeSmith Casey DeSmith

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

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1 L 1 L 0 W 0 L 1 L 2 L 3 L 1 L 3 W 7 OT T 3 L 3 L 1 L 1 L 5 L 2 L 3 OT L 4 W 4 L 1 L 0 L 2 L 3 L 1 W 3 W 1 OT L 4 L 4 L 2 W 0 L 1 L 3 L 1 L 5 L 2 L 4 L 5 L 3 L 3 W 6 OT L 6 L 5 L 5 L 4 L 5 OT L 4 L 3 OT T 3 W 3 L 3 W 4 OT W 3 W 1 W 5 W 2 L 3 OT T 3 W 3 L 2 L 3 W 2 L 0 OT L 4 L 2 OT L 7 L 3 L 1 L 1 L 1 OT T 3 L 3 L 3 L 4 OT T 2 L 8 L

U N H H OC K E Y 1-23-88 (A) Boston U. 2-5-88 (A) Boston U. 11-5-88 (H) Boston U. 1-28-89 (A) UNH 2-21-89 (H) Boston U. 11-15-89 (A) UNH 12-12-89 (H) UNH 1-27-90 (A) Boston U. 1-5-91 (H) UNH 1-15-91 (A) Boston U. 2-1-91 (H) UNH 11-23-91 (H) UNH 12-29-91 (N) Boston U. 1-17-92 (A) Boston U. 2-21-92 (A) UNH 1-22-93 (H) Boston U. 1-23-93 (A) UNH 2-5-93 (A) Boston U. 3-19-93 (N) Boston U. 12-30-93 (N) UNH 1-21-94 (A) Boston U. 1-22-94 (H) Boston U. 3-1-94 (H) Boston U. 1-6-95 (A) Boston U. 1-26-95 (H) UNH 1-28-95 (A) Boston U. 11-10-95 (H) UNH 11-11-95 (A) Boston U. 1-5-96 (H) Boston U. 1-3-97 (A) Boston U. 1-5-97 (H) Boston U. 3-1-97 (A) Boston U. 3-15-97 (N) Boston U. 11-14-97 (H) UNH 11-15-97 (A) Boston U. 12-12-97 (H) UNH 3-29-98 (N) UNH 11-13-98 (H) UNH 11-14-98 (A) UNH 2-12-99 (A) UNH 11-19-99 (H) UNH 1-28-00 (H) UNH 1-29-00 (A) Boston U. 11-17-00 (A) UNH 1-26-01 (A) Boston U. 1-27-01 (H) Boston U. 11-4-01 (A) UNH 1-25-02 (H) UNH 1-27-02 (A) UNH 11-2-02 (H) Boston U. 1-23-03 (A) Boston U. 1-25-03 (H) UNH 3-15-03 (N) UNH 3-29-03 (N) UNH 11-7-03 (A) UNH 3-4-04 (A) UNH 3-6-04 (H) Boston U. 11-5-04 (H) UNH 3-3-05 (A) UNH 3-5-05 (H) Boston U. 3-18-05 (N) UNH 11-1-05 (A) UNH 2-17-06 (A) UNH 2-18-06 (H) Boston U. 3-17-06 (N) Boston U. 11-10-06 (H) UNH 2-16-07 (H) BU 2-17-07 (A) UNH 10-19-07 (A) UNH 1-25-08 (H) UNH 1-26-08 (A) UNH 10-19-08 (H) UNH 1-23-09 (A) BU 1-24-09 (H) BU 3-29-09 (N) BU

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. 4 Boston U. 3 Boston U. 4 UNH 4 Boston U. 4 Boston U. 3 UNH 5 Boston U. 3 Boston U. 7 Boston U. 3 UNH 9 UNH 4 BU 4 UNH 3 BU 4 BU 4 UNH 5 BU 2 BU 5 UNH 3 UNH 2 UNH

4 L 1 L 4 L 2 OT W 0 L 4 OT T 4 W 2 L 3 OT T 4 L 3 W 4 W 2 L 1 L 2 OT W 1 L 4 W 0 L 0 L 2 W 3 L 1 L 2 L 1 L 2 W 3 L 5 OT W 2 L 5 L 4 L 2 OT L 1 L 2 L 0 W 2 L 4 OT T 3 OT W 2 OT T 1 W 2 OT T 5 OT T 3 OT T 2 L 1 W 1 L 2 L 1 OT T 1 W 3 W 2 L 2 L 0 W 0 W 0 W 0 W 3 OT T 3 OT L 3 W 4 OT T 2 L 2 W 2 W 4 W 2 L 2 L 4 OT T 2 L 3 OT T 1 W 2 W 3 W 1 W 0 L 1 L 1 L

11-20-10 (H) UNH 11-21-10 (A) UNH 1-23-10 (A) UNH 11-19-10 (H) UNH 11-20-10 (A) BU 1-22-11 (H) BU 10-8-11 (A) BU 11-19-11 (A) BU 12-8-11 (H) BU 3-9-12 (A) UNH 3-10-12 (A) BU 3-11-12 (A) BU 10-20-12 (H) UNH 11-18-12 (A) UNH 12-6-12 (H) BU

4 BU 3 BU 4 BU 5 BU 4 UNH 2 UNH 5 UNH 4 UNH 2 UNH 3 BU 4 UNH 5 UNH 4 BU 3 BU 3 UNH

2 W 3 T 1 W 2 W 2 L 1 L 0 L 1 L 1 L 2 2OTW 2 L 4 2OTL 1 W 1 W 2 L

VS. BROWN: (20-14-2) 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 11-23-10 (H) UNH 12-30-11 (H) Brown

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

2 W 2 W 1 W 1 L 1 L 4 OT T 1 L 1 L 0 L 1 L 0 L 3 L 2 L 3 L 3 W 2 L 5 W 3 OT W 2 W 3 W 3 L 1 W 1 W 3 W 1 W 3 W 3 L 1 W 2 W 3 W 2 W 2 W 0 W 2 W 5 OTT 2 L

vs. CLARKSON (22-21-2) 1-28-64 (A) Clarkson 12-15-67 (A) Clarkson 2-12-69 (H) UNH 2-5-70 (A) Clarkson 3-4-70 (H) Clarkson 11-26-70 (N) Clarkson 2-20-71 (H) Clarkson 3-2-71 (A) Clarkson 1-11-72 (H) UNH 3-3-72 (A) Clarkson 2-17-73 (H) UNH 3-2-73 (A) Clarkson 1-11-74 (H) UNH 2-5-74 (A) UNH 1-25-75 (A) UNH 2-15-75 (H) UNH 2-21-76 (H) UNH 3-3-76 (A) Clarkson 11-25-76 (A) Clarkson

14 UNH 9 UNH 4 Clarkson 6 UNH 3 UNH 3 UNH 3 UNH 5 UNH 3 Clarkson 8 UNH 8 Clarkson 5 UNH 7 Clarkson 3 Clarkson 5 Clarkson 8 Clarkson 5 Clarkson 8 UNH 5 UNH

2 L 4 L 4 OTT 4 L 0 L 2 L 2 L 2 L 2 OT W 5 L 5 W 3 L 2 W 2 W 3 W 4 W 4 W 3 L 2 L

2-19-77 (H) 3-1-77 (A) 2-11-78 (H) 2-17-78 (A) 1-13-79 (H) 2-2-79 (A) 1-12-80 (A) 2-14-81 (H) 3-10-81 (A) 1-30-82 (A) 3-13-82 (N) 1-8-83 (H) 1-10-84 (A) 11-23-90 (A) 11-30-91 (A) 10-31-92 (A) 11-27-93 (A) 11-27-94 (H) 12-30-94 (N) 1-11-97 (H) 1-8-99 (H) 12-11-99 (A) 12-7-01 (A) 12-6-02 (H) 12-5-03 (A) 12-3-04 (H)

UNH Clarkson UNH Clarkson UNH UNH Clarkson UNH Clarkson UNH UNH Clarkson UNH Clarkson Clarkson Clarkson UNH UNH UNH Clarkson UNH UNH Clarkson UNH UNH UNH

8 Clarkson 7 UNH 6 Clarkson 10 UNH 4 Clarkson 6 Clarkson 8 UNH 4 Clarkson 3 UNH 6 Clarkson 6 Clarkson 5 UNH 5 Clarkson 4 UNH 5 UNH 6 UNH 7 Clarkson 3 Clarkson 4 Clarkson 5 UNH 4 Clarkson 6 Clarkson 8 UNH 5 Clarkson 4 Clarkson 3 Clarkson

vs. COLORADO COLLEGE (11-5-0) 10-19-84 (A) CC 6 UNH 10-20-84 (A) CC 7 UNH 1-3-86 (H) UNH 5 CC 1-4-86 (H) CC 4 UNH 1-9-86 (A) CC 7 UNH 11-27-87 (H) UNH 8 CC 11-10-88 (A) UNH 5 CC 12-28-96 (N) UNH 4 CC 3-21-97 (N) CC 3 UNH 12-27-97 (N) UNH 5 CC 1-2-99 (A) UNH 4 CC 12-27-01 (N) UNH 6 CC 10-20-06 (A) UNH 4 CC 10-21-06 (A) UNH 7 CC 10-26-07 (H) UNH 5 CC 10-27-07 (H) UNH 4 CC 11-23-12 (A) UNH 4 CC vs. CORNELL (13-12-0) 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 10-29-10 (A) UNH

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8 UNH 5 L 10 Cornell 0 W 8 UNH 1 L 6 UNH 2 L 6 UNH 3 L 5 UNH 4 L 4 UNH 2 L 3 UNH 2 L 4 Cornell 3 W 10 Cornell 9 2OT W 10 UNH 4 L 6 Cornell 3 W 5 Cornell 2 W 6 Cornell 3 W 8 Cornell 2 W 6 UNH 1 L 6 Cornell 4 W 5 Cornell 0 W 5 UNH 2 L 4 Cornell NCAA3 W 3 Cornell NCAA2 W 5 UNH 2 L 5 UNH 2 L 6 Cornell NCAA2 W 7 Cornell 4 W

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1 L 1 L 6 L 2 L 2 OT L 6 OT L 1 L 1 W 5 W 2 W 5 W 4 W 2 W 1 L 4 W 2 W 1 W 3 W 0 W 3 W 6 OT L 3 W 5 OT T 2 W 2 L 4 L 2 W 3 W 5 L 2 W 0 W 4 W 5 W 4 W 3 L 3 W 3 W 3 W 3 L 2 W 2 OT W 3 L 3 W 1 OT T 0 W 8 L 4 W 2 W 3 L 4 W 2 W 4 L 1 W 1 L

vs. HARVARD (11-19-0) 1-12-43 (A) Harvard 1-8-66 (A) Harvard 12-3-66 (H) Harvard 2-15-69 (A) Harvard 3-4-69 (A) Harvard 12-9-69 (H) Harvard 1-15-72 (H) UNH 3-11-72 (N) UNH 12-2-72 (A) Harvard 1-28-73 (H) UNH 3-9-76 (H) Harvard 12-15-76 (A) UNH 12-14-77 (H) Harvard 12-12-78 (A) Harvard 12-11-79 (H) Harvard 12-10-80 (A) Harvard 12-9-81 (H) Harvard

2 L 5 L 2 L 1 L 3 OTL 3 L 3 OT W 1 W 3 L 2 W 3 L 6 W 6 L 4 L 1 L 3 L 2 L

13 UNH 9 UNH 6 UNH 7 UNH 4 UNH 11 UNH 4 Harvard 4 Harvard 9 UNH 3 Harvard 4 UNH 9 Harvard 7 UNH 8 UNH 4 UNH 4 UNH 3 UNH

12-7-82 (A) Harvard 3-11-83 (N) Harvard 2-21-84 (H) UNH 12-10-88 (H) Harvard 3-26-94 (N) Harvard 12-7-94 (A) UNH 12-21-95 (H) UNH 12-30-95 (N) UNH 1-28-97 (A) UNH 12-14-00 (H) UNH 3-26-05 (N) UNH 12-8-05 (H) Harvard 11-22-11 (A) Harvard

7 UNH 6 UNH 6 Harvard 4 UNH 7 UNH 5 Harvard 3 Harvard 8 Harvard 7 Harvard 4 Harvard 3 Harvard 1 UNH 7 UNH

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vs. MAINE (49-58-5) 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 2-4-94 (A) UNH 2-5-94 (A) UNH 3-4-94 (H) UNH 11-4-94 (H) Maine 11-5-94 (A) Maine 3-2-95 (H) UNH 3-3-95 (A) Maine 11-3-95 (A) UNH 11-4-95 (A) UNH 11-24-95 (A) Maine 2-11-96 (H) Maine 3-7-96 (A) Maine 3-8-96 (A) Maine 11-15-96 (H) UNH 11-16-96 (H) UNH 11-30-96 (N) UNH

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

3 L 5 OT L 4 W 2 L 5 W 5 W 2 W 5 W 3 W 4 W 2 W 0 L 0 L 6 OT W 3 W 3 L 3 W 3 L 5 L 2 L 2 L 1 L 2 L 2 L 2 L 2 L 3 W 4 L 2 L 3 L 2 L 0 L 4 L 2 L 0 L 2 L 4 OT T 1 L 3 L 2 L 3 L 2 L 3 W 0 F W 0 F W 1 W 3 L 1 L 2 W 3 L 4 OT T 3 OT T 3 L 5 OT L 2 L 4 L 3 W 5 W 2 W

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

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vs. MASSACHUSETTS (81-19-8) 2-13-26 (H) Mass 3 UNH 1 L 1-27-28 (H) UNH 4 Massachusetts 2 W 2-2-29 (A) UNH 1 Massachusetts 0 W 1-24-30 (H) Mass 2 UNH 1 OT L 1-23-31 (A) Mass 3 UNH 2 L 1-21-33 (A) UNH 2 Massachusetts 1 W 1-24-34 (H) UNH 6 Massachusetts 1 W 1-18-35 (A) UNH 3 Massachusetts 3 OT T 1-7-36 (H) UNH 3 Massachusetts 0 W 1-5-38 (H) UNH 6 Massachusetts 4 W 1-20-48 (H) UNH 12 Massachusetts 0 W 1-20-50 (H) Mass 5 UNH 4 L 2-5-51 (H) UNH 7 Massachusetts 3 W 2-19-55 (H) UNH 6 Massachusetts 5 W 2-23-56 (A) Mass 6 UNH 2 L 1-12-57 (H) UNH 4 Massachusetts 3 OT W

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6 Massachusetts 3 W 6 Massachusetts 3 W 4 Massachusetts 1 W 4 Massachusetts 2 W 8 Massachusetts 3 W 6 Massachusetts 0 W 5 Massachusetts 2 W 4 UNH 3 L 14 Massachusetts 2 W 8 Massachusetts 4 W 9 Massachusetts 4 W 3 UNH 2 L 4 UNH 1 L 6 Massachusetts 3 W 6 Massachusetts 5 W 2 Massachusetts 1 W 5 Massachusetts 1 W 14 Massachusetts 1 W 6 Massachusetts 5 OT W 8 Massachusetts 0 W 8 Massachusetts 0 W 8 Massachusetts 1 W 4 Massachusetts 0 W 7 Massachusetts 0 W 4 Massachusetts 3 OT W 10 Massachusetts 3 W 4 Massachusetts 3 OT W 5 Massachusetts 4 W 7 Massachusetts 5 W 7 Massachusetts 0 W 11 Massachusetts 5 W 6 Massachusetts 3 W 6 Massachusetts 3 W 7 Massachusetts 1 W 7 Massachusetts 2 W 4 Massachusetts 4 OT T 6 Massachusetts 6 OT T 1 Massachusetts 0 W 5 Massachusetts 4 OT W 10 Massachusetts 0 W 5 Massachusetts 1 W 8 Massachusetts 2 W 4 Massachusetts 1 W 7 Massachusetts 3 W 4 UNH 3 L 4 Massachusetts 1 W 5 Massachusetts 2 W 7 Massachusetts 2 W 2 Massachusetts 1 W 3 Massachusetts 3 OT T 5 Massachusetts 1 W 3 UNH 0 L 2 UNH 1 OT L 3 Massachusetts 0 W 5 Massachusetts 1 W 6 Massachusetts 1 W 6 Massachusetts 0 W 4 Massachusetts 0 W 2 Massachusetts 1 OT W 4 Massachusetts 3 W 5 Massachusetts 4 W 2 Massachusetts 2 OT T 4 UNH 1 L 3 Massachusetts 2 OT W 5 UNH 2 L 4 Massachusetts 0 W 8 Massachusetts 1 W 6 Massachusetts 1 W 4 Massachusetts 1 W 3 Massachusetts 1 W 4 UNH 3 OT L 3 UNH 2 L 5 Massachusetts 1 W 3 UNH 0 L 3 Massachusetts 2 OT W

12-8-07 (A) Mass 1-11-08 (A) UNH 1-12-08 (H) UNH 3-14-08 (H) UNH 3-15-08 (H) UNH 10-24-08 (H) UNH 1-9-09 (A) UNH 1-10-09 (H) UNH 11-13-09 (A) Mass 11-14-09 (A) UNH 1-9-10 (H) UNH 11-12-10 (H) UNH 11-13-10 (H) UNH 1-8-11 (A) UNH 11-4-11 (H) UNH 2-24-12 (A) UNH 2-25-12 (A) Mass 11-2-12 (A) Mass 3-1-13 (H) UNH 3-2-13 (H) UNH

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vs. UMass Lowell (55-32-15) 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

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3-7-98 11-28-98 1-20-99 1-23-99 2-28-99 10-30-99 12-3-99 12-4-99 10-28-00 12-1-00 12-2-00 3-8-01 3-9-01 3-10-01 11-9-01 11-10-01 2-22-02 3-15-02 11-8-02 11-9-02 2-21-03 3-7-03 3-8-03 11-25-03 2-13-04 2-14-04 11-23-04 1-28-05 1-29-05 11-18-05 11-19-05 12-10-06 11-17-06 11-18-06 12-6-06 11-9-07 11-30-07 12-1-07 11-14-08 12-5-08 12-6-08 11-8-09 12-4-09 1-8-10 11-5-10 12-2-10 1-7-11 11-18-11 12-2-11 12-3-11 11-16-12 11-30-12 12-1-12 3-30-13

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UMass Lowell 3 UNH 5 UNH 3 UNH 4 UNH 4 UNH 2 UNH 3 UNH 4 UNH 4 UNH 2 UNH 0 UNH 4 UMass Lowell 2 UMass Lowell 2 UNH 5 UMass Lowell 1 UNH 3 UNH 4 UNH 4 UNH 6 UNH 4 UNH 8 UNH 8 UMass Lowell 5 UNH 3 UNH 3 UNH 3 UMass Lowell 7 UNH 8 UNH 3 UMass Lowell 6 UNH 4 UNH 5 UNH 4 UNH 4 UNH 2 UNH 3 UMass Lowell 3 UMass Lowell 8 UNH 2 UNH 3 UMass Lowell 6 UNH 2 UNH 2 UNH 2 UNH 3 UNH 5 UNH 5 UMass Lowell 3 UMass Lowell 5 UNH 3 UNH 5 UNH 5 UMass Lowell 2

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0 L 1 W 1 W 1 W 2 W 1 W 2 W 2 W 3 W 2 OT T 0 OT T 2 W 1 L 1 L 2 W 0 L 0 W 3 W 3 W 2 W 4 OT T 4 W 4 W 4 L 3 OT T 3 OT T 3 OT T 0 L 3 W 2 W 3 L 1 W 2 W 0 W 2 W 2 OT T 2 W 2 L 3 L 0 W 2 W 3 L 1 W 2 OT T 1 W 0 W 2 W 0 W 2 L 3 L 0 W 2 W 2 W 0 L

Mercyhurst (1-0-0) 10-23-04 (H) UNH

5 Mercyhurst

4 W

vs. MERRIMACK (65-17-9) 1-16-60 (H) UNH 2-17-61 (H) Merrimack 12-15-62 (H) UNH 12-20-63 (A) Merrimack 1-9-65 (A) Merrimack 12-16-65 (H) UNH 1-10-67 (A) UNH 2-7-68 (H) UNH 11-30-68 (A) UNH 12-2-69 (H) UNH 12-20-72 (N) UNH 12-31-80 (N) UNH 11-15-88 (H) UNH 11-1-89 (A) UNH 1-31-90 (H) UNH 2-14-90 (H) UNH

3 Merrimack 3 UNH 3 Merrimack 5 UNH 4 UNH 5 Merrimack 3 Merrimack 5 Merrimack 7 Merrimack 13 Merrimack 2 Merrimack 5 Merrimack 5 Merrimack 6 Merrimack 4 Merrimack 7 Merrimack

2 W 2 L 2 W 3 L 3 OT L 4 OT W 2 W 4 W 3 W 6 W 2 OT T 3 W 2 W 3 W 2 W 3 W

Tradition. Pride. excellence.

UNH HOCKEY 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 11-27-10 (H) UNH 2 Merrimack 2-11-11 (H) Merrimack 4 UNH 2-12-11 (A) Merrimack 3 UNH 3-18-11 (N) Merrimack 4 UNH 1-20-12 (A) UNH 2 Merrimack 1-21-12 (H) Merrimack 3 UNH 2-11-12 (A) UNH 1 Merrimack

2 L 3 W 2 W 2 W 3 W 2 W 5 W 4 W 3 OT L 3 W 2 W 3 W 3 L 2 L 5 W 3 W 3 OT T 2 L 2 L 2 W 0 OT T 1 W 2 W 4 W 6 W 1 W 1 W 1 W 1 W 2 W 4 W 2 W 3 W 2 OT T 2 W 2 OT W 1 W 3 OT T 5 OT T 3 W 3 W 1 W 2 W 4 W 3 W 3 W 1 W 1 W 2 L 1 W 1 W 2 W 1 W 0 L 4 W 1 OT T 0 W 1 W 1 W 0 W 1 W 1 OT T 3 L 3 W 0 W 4 W 2 L 2 OT W 1 W 2 L 2 OTL 1 L 1 W 2 OTL 1 OTT

1-25-13 (A) Merrimack 3 UNH 2 W 1-26-13 (H) UNH 6 Merrimack 2 W 2-2-13 (H) Merrimack 4 UNH 1 L vs. MICHIGAN (2-5-2 - one loss a forfeit) 11-4-83 (A) Michigan 3 UNH 11-5-83 (A) Michigan 5 UNH 11-2-84 (H) UNH 7 Michigan game forfeited Michigan 1 UNH 11-3-84 (H) UNH 5 Michigan 4-2-98 (N) Michigan 4 UNH 3-27-99 (N) UNH 3 Michigan 3-27-04 (N) Michigan 4 UNH 10-15-04(A) UNH 4 Michigan 10-16-10( H) UNH 3 Michigan

2 OTL 4 L 4 0 L 4 W 0 L 2 OTW 1 L 4 OT T 3 O

vs. MINNESOTA (2-13-2) 3-23-79 (N) Minnesota 3-18-83 (A) Minnesota 3-19-83 (A) Minnesota 1-4-85 (A) UNH 1-5-85 (A) Minnesota 12-29-85 (H) Minnesota 12-30-85 (H) Minnesota 1-17-87 (H) Minnesota 11-21-87 (A) Minnesota 1-23-89 (H) Minnesota 11-25-90 (H) Minnesota 10-18-02 (H) UNH 10-19-02 (H) UNH 4-12-03 (N) Minnesota 12-21-03 (A) Minnesota 11-7-08 (A) UNH 11-8-08 (A) Minnesota

3 L 6 L 2 L 2 OT W 3 L 1 L 2 L 1 L 3 L 1 L 0 L 5 OT T 1 W 1 L 2 L 2 OT T 2 L

4 UNH 9 UNH 7 UNH 3 Minnesota 4 UNH 5 UNH 10UNH 5 UNH 6 UNH 3 UNH 4 UNH 5 Minnesota 3 Minnesota 5 UNH 4 UNH 2 Minnesota 6 UNH

Nebraska-Omaha (1-1-0) 12-31-97 (A) UNH 6 Neb.-Omaha 2 W 10-15-05 (A) Neb.-Omaha5 UNH 3 L vs. NORTHEASTERN (87-58-12) 1-10-31 (H) UNH 2 Northeastern 3-4-31 (A) Northeastern3 UNH 2-9-32 (A) Northeastern6 UNH 2-8-33 (A) Northeastern6 UNH 1-17-34 (H) Northeastern7 UNH 2-12-34 (A) Northeastern6 UNH 1-31-35 (A) Northeastern7 UNH 2-8-35 (H) UNH 6 Northeastern 2-4-36 (A) Northeastern4 UNH 2-10-36 (H) UNH 6 Northeastern 2-4-37 (H) UNH 8 Northeastern 2-9-37 (A) Northeastern9 UNH 2-22-38 (A) UNH 10 Northeastern 2-4-39 (H) Northeastern5 UNH 2-28-39 (A) Northeastern5 UNH 1-3-40 (H) Northeastern4 UNH 2-6-40 (A) Northeastern3 UNH 2-19-41 (A) Northeastern7 UNH 1-17-42 (H) Northeastern8 UNH 2-21-42 (A) Northeastern9 UNH 1-10-48 (H) Northeastern5 UNH 1-26-48 (A) UNH 8 Northeastern 2-14-49 (A) Northeastern13 UNH 2-21-56 (H) Northeastern5 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) Northeastern8 UNH 1-14-64 (H) Northeastern4 UNH 2-19-65 (A) Northeastern5 UNH 2-16-66 (H) Northeastern5 UNH 12-14-66 (A) UNH 4 Northeastern

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1-19-68 (H) UNH 4 Northeastern 3 W 1-14-69 (H) UNH 7 Northeastern 4 W 2-25-69 (A) UNH 3 Northeastern 0 W 1-7-70 (A) UNH 14 Northeastern 4 W 2-24-70 (H) UNH 5 Northeastern 3 W 1-11-71 (A) UNH 5 Northeastern 0 W 2-10-71 (H) UNH 5 Northeastern 0 W 11-29-71 (H) UNH 6 Northeastern 4 W 12-22-71 (N) UNH 6 Northeastern 2 W 1-4-72 (A) UNH 5 Northeastern 3 W 11-29-72 (H) UNH 9 Northeastern 5 W 1-4-73 (N) Northeastern2 UNH 1 OT L 12-8-73 (A) UNH 5 Northeastern 0 W 2-22-74 (H) UNH 9 Northeastern 2 W 12-13-74 (H) UNH 10 Northeastern 5 W 1-16-75 (A) UNH 5 Northeastern 1 W 12-10-75 (A) UNH 3 Northeastern 2 OT W 12-13-75 (H) UNH 8 Northeastern 6 W 12-9-76 (A) UNH 7 Northeastern 4 W 2-12-77 (H) UNH 6 Northeastern 2 W 11-29-77 (H) Northeastern4 UNH 3 L 1-14-78 (A) UNH 8 Northeastern 6 W 2-8-79 (H) UNH 9 Northeastern 3 W 2-14-79 (A) Northeastern3 UNH 1 L 1-17-80 (A) UNH 4 Northeastern 3 W 3-4-80 (H) UNH 7 Northeastern 1 W 1-6-81 (H) Northeastern6 UNH 2 L 2-24-81 (A) UNH 9 Northeastern 5 W 1-5-82 (A) Northeastern8 UNH 3 L 3-2-82 (H) UNH 6 Northeastern 5 OT W 3-12-82 (N) Northeastern4 UNH 2 L 3-27-82 (N) Northeastern10 UNH 4 L 2-16-83 (H) UNH 8 Northeastern 1 W 3-1-83 (A) UNH 6 Northeastern 4 W 2-3-84 (A) UNH 6 Northeastern 5 W 2-28-84 (H) Northeastern8 UNH 5 L 10-27-84 (A) Northeastern4 UNH 3 L 1-19-85 (H) UNH 7 Northeastern 4 W 2-28-85 (H) UNH 5 Northeastern 4 W 12-4-85 (A) Northeastern7 UNH 5 L 2-13-86 (H) UNH 9 Northeastern 1 W 2-23-86 (A) UNH 4 Northeastern 4 OT T 11-19-86 (H) UNH 9 Northeastern 4 W 11-22-86 (A) Northeastern5 UNH 3 L 3-2-86 (A) Northeastern5 UNH 4 L 3-6-86 (H) Northeastern7 UNH 3 L 12-5-87 (H) Northeastern5 UNH 4 OT L 1-26-88 (H) UNH 5 Northeastern 4 OT W 2-19-88 (A) Northeastern4 UNH 1 L 1-14-89 (H) UNH 6 Northeastern 3 W 2-10-89 (A) Northeastern8 UNH 2 L 2-28-89 (A) Northeastern5 UNH 2 L 3-4-89 (A) Northeastern5 UNH 4 OT L 12-15-89 (H) UNH 6 Northeastern 5 W 1-24-90 (H) Northeastern6 UNH 5 OT L 2-24-90 (A) UNH 5 Northeastern 3 W 11-16-90 (A) Northeastern2 UNH 1 OT L 12-4-90 (A) UNH 7 Northeastern 4 W 1-26-90 (H) UNH 5 Northeastern 1 W 11-16-91 (H) UNH 6 Northeastern 4 W 1-25-92 (H) UNH 6 Northeastern 4 W 2-14-92 (A) UNH 11 Northeastern 2 W 3-8-92 (H) UNH 4 Northeastern 2 W 11-28-92 (H) Northeastern 7 UNH 5 L 1-15-93 (A) UNH 8 Northeastern 5 W 1-16-93 (H) Northeastern 6 UNH 4 L 12-11-93 (A) UNH 6 Northeastern 6 OT T 1-12-94 (A) UNH 4 Northeastern 2 W 1-14-94 (H) Northeastern5 UNH 4 L 3-19-94 (N) UNH 4 Northeastern 4 OT T 1-13-95 (H) UNH 6 Northeastern 5 OT W 2-17-95 (H) UNH 5 Northeastern 2 W 2-18-95 (A) UNH 5 Northeastern 1 W 12-1-95 (H) UNH 4 Northeastern 3 W 12-2-95 (A) Northeastern7 UNH 3 L

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U N H H OC K E Y 2-1-96 (A) Northeastern3 UNH 2 OT L 11-1-96 (A) UNH 7 Northeastern 3 W 11-2-96 (H) UNH 9 Northeastern 4 W 1-31-97 (H) UNH 7 Northeastern 1 W 1-30-98 (A) UNH 5 Northeastern 2 W 2-27-98 (A) Northeastern5 UNH 4 L 2-28-98 (H) Northeastern2 UNH 1 L 11-21-98 (H) UNH 4 Norhteastern 2 W 1-29-99 (A) UNH 5 Northeastern 4 W 2-19-99 (H) UNH 7 Northeastern 2 W 1-21-00 (A) UNH 3 Northeastern 3 T 1-22-00 (H) UNH 4 Northeastern 4 T 2-11-00 (A) Northeastern6 UNH 2 L 1-19-01 (H) UNH 4 Northeastern 1 W 1-20-01 (A) Northeastern5 UNH 3 L 2-9-01 (H) UNH 5 Northeastern 2 W 10-26-01 (H) UNH 2 Northeastern 2 OT T 2-15-02 (A) Northeastern5 UNH 4 L 2-16-02 (H) UNH 6 Northeastern 2 W 10-25-02 (A) UNH 2 Northeastern 2 OT T 2-14-03 (H) UNH 4 Northeastern 3 W 2-15-03 (H) UNH 1 Northeastern 1 OT T 11-21-03 (A) UNH 3 Northeastern 2 W 11-22-03 (H) UNH 5 Northeastern 2 W 2-22-04 (H) UNH 6 Northeastern 5 W 11-19-04 (H) UNH 4 Northeastern 3 W 11-20-04 (A) UNH 7 Northeastern 4 W 2-19-05 (A) UNH 5 Northeastern 2 W 3-10-05 (H) UNH 6 Northeastern 1 W 3-11-05 (H) UNH 4 Northeastern 0 W 11-4-05 (A) UNH 6 Northeastern 4 W 11-5-06 (H) UNH 3 Northeastern 0 W 11-27-06 (H) UNH 3 Northeastern 3 OT T 11-3-06 (H) UNH 6 Northeastern 3 W 11-4-06 (A) UNH 3 Northeastern 1 W 11-25-06 (A) UNH 3 Northeastern 1 W 11-2-07 (A) UNH 7 Northeastern 4 W 11-3-07 (H) Northeastern2 UNH 1 L 11-16-07 (H) Northeastern4 UNH 1 L 10-31-08 (H) UNH 4 Northeastern 2 W 11-1-08 (A) UNH 2 Northeastern 2 OT T 11-21-08 (A) Northeastern3 UNH 2 L 10-23-09 (H) UNH 4 Northeastern 2 W 2-26-10 (A) UNH 4 Northeastern 4 OT T 2-27-10 (H) UNH 3 Northeastern 1 W 10-22-10 (A) UNH 2 Northeastern 2 OT T 2-25-11 (H) UNH 2 Northeastern 2 OT T 2-26-11 (A) UNH 6 Northeastern 3 W 10-14-11 (A) Northeastern4 UNH 0 L 10-29-11 (H) UNH 5 Northeastern 2 W 2-10-12 (H) UNH 3 Northeastern 2 W 10-26-12 (H) UNH 4 Northeastern 3 W 10-27-12 (A) UNH 0 Northeastern 0 OTT 2-1-13 (A) UNH 3 Northeastern 1 W vs. NOTRE DAME (4-2-0) 1-2-91(H) UNH 11-8-91 (A) UNH 11-9-91 (A) UNH 11-27-99 (H) UNH 3-28-08 (N) ND 3-27-11 (N) ND

5 ND 7 ND 8 ND 2 ND 7 UNH 2 UNH

vs. PROVIDENCE (82-50-14) 2-12-27 (A) UNH 5 Providence 3-4-59 (H) UNH 3 Providence 2-22-61 (A) Providence 10 UNH 2-21-62 (H) Providence 7 UNH 1-5-63 (A) Providence 4 UNH 2-28-64 (H) Providence 6 UNH 1-21-65 (A) Providence 13 UNH 12-14-65 (H) Providence 6 UNH 2-20-67 (A) UNH 6 Providence 1-11-68 (H) UNH 5 Providence 2-5-69 (H) UNH 4 Providence

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2-24-95 (H) UNH 6 Providence 3-9-95 (H) Providence 3 UNH 1-26-96 (A) UNH 4 Providence 1-27-96 (H) Providence 5 UNH 2-23-96 (A) Providence 6 UNH 2-14-97 (H) UNH 9 Providence 2-15-97 (A) Providence 3 UNH 2-28-97 (H) UNH 7 Providence 2-13-98 (H) UNH 4 Providence 2-14-98 (A) UNH 5 Providence 3-6-98 (A) UNH 3 Providence 11-6-98 (A) Providence 6 UNH 11-7-98 (H) UNH 3 Providence 1-30-99 (H) UNH 4 Providence 3-19-99 (N) UNH 6 Providence 11-12-99 (H) UNH 3 Providence 11-13-99 (A) UNH 2 Providence 2-12-00 (A) Providence 4 UNH 11-10-00 (A) Providence 3 UNH 11-11-00 (H) UNH 4 Providence 2-10-01 (H) UNH 3 Providence 11-17-01 (A) UNH 5 Providence 1-13-02 (H) Providence 4 UNH 2-10-02 (H) UNH 5 Providence 11-15-02 (H) UNH 3 Providence 2-11-03 (A) UNH 6 Providence 2-9-03 (A) Providence 5 UNH 11-14-03 (A) Providence 7 UNH 1-9-04 (A) UNH 1 Providence 1-10-04 (H) UNH 5 Providence 3-11-04 (H) UNH 2 Providence 3-12-04 (H) Providence 4 UNH 3-13-04 (H) UNH 1 Providence 11-12-04 (H) UNH 3 Providence 1-7-05 (A) UNH 2 Providence 1-8-05 (H) UNH 4 Providence 1-27-06 (A) Providence 1 UNH 2-24-06 (A) UNH 2 Providence 2-25-06 (H) UNH 4 Providence 3-9-06 (H) UNH 4 Providence 3-10-06 (H) UNH 2 Providence 1-27-07 (H) UNH 2 Providence 2-23-07 (H) UNH 6 Providence 2-24-07 (A) Providence 7 UNH 3-8-07 (H) UNH 4 Providence 3-9-07 (H) UNH 6 Providence 11-17-07 (A) UNH 5 Providence 2-15-08 (A) UNH 1 Providence 2-16-08 (H) UNH 4 Providence 11-22-08 (H) UNH 4 Providence 2-13-09 (H) UNH 4 Providence 2-14-09 (A) UNH 4 Providence 12-11-09 (A) UNH 4 Providence 1-22-10 (A) UNH 3 Providence 2-12-10 (H) UNH 5 Providence 1-21-11 (H) UNH 4 Providence 1-28-11 (A) UNH 5 Providence 1-29-11 (H) UNH 5 Providence 1-11-12 (A) UNH 1 Providence 2-3-12 (H) UNH 3 Providence 2-4-12 (A) UNH 3 Providence 1-19-13 (H) Providence 6 UNH 2-10-13 (H) UNH 3 Providence 2-13-13 (A) Providence 1 UNH 3-15-13 (A) Providence 3 UNH 3-16-13 (A) UNH 4 Providence 3-17-13 (A) Providence 3 UNH

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vs. RENSSELAER ( 23-21-0) 2-7-64 (A) Rensselaer 10 UNH 2-17-68 (H) Rensselaer 4 UNH 2-8-69 (A) UNH 4 Rensselaer 2-7-70 (H) UNH 17 Rensselaer 3-6-71 (A) Rensselaer 5 UNH 12-21-71 (A) Rensselaer 5 UNH

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vs. UNION (5-1-0) 12-26-41 (N) UNH 1-28-77 (A) Union 10-29-95 (A) UNH 10-25-96 (H) UNH 10-31-03 (H) UNH 10-28-11 (H) UNH

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vs. VERMONT (74-19-6) 12-14-63 (H) UNH 5 Vermont 12-28-63 (A) UNH 6 Vermont 2-8-64 (A) UNH 4 Vermont 12-12-64 (A) UNH 3 Vermont 12-30-64 (A) UNH 11 Vermont 3-6-65 (H) UNH 5 Vermont 12-1-65 (A) UNH 7 Vermont 12-29-65 (H) UNH 8 Vermont 2-10-66 (H) Vermont 3 UNH 12-27-66 (H) UNH 6 Vermont 1-14-67 (H) UNH 3 Vermont 2-11-67 (A) UNH 7 Vermont 12-28-67 (A) UNH 8 Vermont 1-6-68 (A) UNH 5 Vermont 3-2-68 (H) UNH 12 Vermont 12-28-68 (A) UNH 8 Vermont 1-11-69 (H) UNH 5 Vermont 2-7-69 (A) UNH 8 Vermont 1-10-70 (H) UNH 6 Vermont 2-4-70 (A) Vermont 6 UNH 1-9-71 (H) UNH 6 Vermont 2-3-71 (A) UNH 6 Vermont

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2-2-72 (A) Vermont 6 UNH 12-7-72 (H) UNH 4 Vermont 1-30-74 (A) UNH 6 Vermont 1-29-75 (A) Vermont 8 UNH 2-25-75 (H) Vermont 4 UNH 1-10-76 (N) UNH 5 Vermont 1-28-76 (H) UNH 6 Vermont 2-25-76 (A) UNH 4 Vermont 1-22-77 (H) UNH 6 Vermont 2-22-77 (A) UNH 6 Vermont 1-21-78 (A) UNH 7 Vermont 2-23-78 (H) UNH 4 Vermont 1-27-79 (H) UNH 10 Vermont 2-20-79 (A) UNH 6 Vermont 1-26-80 (H) UNH 9 Vermont 2-19-80 (A) Vermont 8 UNH 1-24-81 (A) UNH 6 Vermont 2-17-81 (H) UNH 9 Vermont 12-31-81 (N) Vermont 8 UNH 1-22-82 (H) UNH 4 Vermont 2-16-82 (A) UNH 8 Vermont 1-22-83 (A) UNH 9 Vermont 2-19-83 (H) UNH 3 Vermont 12-30-83 (N) UNH 4 Vermont 2-1-84 (H) UNH 7 Vermont 2-19-84 (A) UNH 5 Vermont 12-30-84 (N) UNH 11 Vermont 12-30-86 (N) UNH 3 Vermont 2-10-87 (A) Vermont 5 UNH 2-16-88 (H) UNH 4 Vermont 10-29-88 (A) Vermont 5 UNH 12-31-88 (N) Vermont 7 UNH 10-28-89 (H) UNH 5 Vermont 10-26-90 (A) UNH 5 Vermont 12-30-90 (A) UNH 7 Vermont 10-26-91 (H) UNH 3 Vermont 10-24-92 (A) UNH 4 Vermont 12-30-92 (H) UNH 4 Vermont 11-30-93 (H) UNH 5 Vermont 10-21-94 (A) Vermont 6 UNH 10-21-95 (A) Vermont 7 UNH 10-19-96 (H) Vermont 5 UNH 11-29-96 (A) UNH 8 Vermont 10-18-97 (H) UNH 5 Vermont 10-17-98 (A) UNH 4 Vermont 10-16-99 (H) UNH 7 Vermont 10-14-00 (A) UNH 5 Vermont 10-13-01 (H) UNH 7 Vermont 10-12-02 (A) UNH 10 Vermont 10-11-03 (H) UNH 3 Vermont 11-27-04 (A) Vermont 5 UNH 12-2-05 (A) UNH 3 Vermont 1-6-06 (H) UNH 2 Vermont 1-7-06 (H) UNH 2 Vermont 12-3-06 (H) UNH 4 Vermont 1-5-07 (A) UNH 7 Vermont 1-6-07 (A) UNH 2 Vermont 2-1-08 (A) UNH 5 Vermont 3-7-08 (H) UNH 3 Vermont 3-8-08 (H) Vermont 4 UNH 1-30-09 (H) UNH 3 Vermont 3-6-09 (A) Vermont 6 UNH 3-7-09 (H) UNH 6 Vermont 12-6-09 (A) UNH 5 Vermont 2-19-10 (H) UNH 5 Vermont 2-20-10 (H) UNH 3 Vermont 3-12-10 (H) UNH 7 Vermont 3-13-10 (H) Vermont 1 UNH 3-14-10 (H) Vermont 1 UNH 12-5-10 (H) UNH 5 Vermont 2-18-11 (A) UNH 6 Vermont

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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 OPP 1-8 (H) 4 BATES 1 1-12 (H) 4 BOWDOIN 1 2-5 (H) 3 SPRINGFIELD 1 2-9 (A) 2 Springfield 1 2-11 (A) 4 Brown 2 2-12 (A) 5 Providence 1

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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 W 1-20 (A) 5 Bates 3 W 1-21 (A) 2 Bowdoin 1 W 1-24 (A) 2 Yale 11 L 1-25 (A) 3 Brown 2 W 1-27 (H) 4 MASSACHUSETTS 2 W 2-3 (A) 5 Springfield 3 W 2-22 (H) 6 MIT 1 W 2-22 (H) 1 MIT 1 OT T 1928-29 (6-4-1) Coach: Ernest Christensen Capt.: Alvin Reinhart Date Site UNH OPP 1-5 (H) 1 MIT 5 L 1-9 (H) 2 BROWN 1 W 1-12 (H) 2 BOWDOIN 0 W 1-16 (H) 8 CONNECTICUT 1 W 1-25 (A) 1 Brown 4 L 1-26 (A) 5 ARMY 1 W 1-29 (A) 1 Bates 0 W 2-1 (A) 0 Amherst 0 OT T 2-2 (A) 1 Mass Amherst 0 W 2-16 (H) 1 BOSTON U. 5 L 2-23 (H) 1 BATES 3 L 1929-30 (3-8-2) Coach: Ernest Christensen Capt.: Donald McFarland Date Site UNH OPP 1-11 (H) 2 BATES 3 L 1-16 (A) 3 Pennsylvania 1 W 1-18 (A) 0 Yale JVs 7 L 1-22 (H) 1 BROWN 3 L 1-24 (H) 1 MASSACHUSETTS 2 OT L 1-25 (A) 4 Brown 4 OT T 1-29 (H) 2 BOSTON U. 2 OT T 2-1 (A) 0 Bates 2 L 2-5 (H) 1 MIT 2 OT L 2-8 (H) 2 Amherst 0 W

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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

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

1931-32 (0-8) Coach: Ernest Christensen Capt.: David Wark Date Site UNH OPP 1-23 (A) 1 Brown 2 L 2-3 (H) 1 BATES 2 OT L 2-5 (H) 2 COLBY 3 L 2-9 (A) 2 Northeastern 6 L 2-15 (H) 3 MIT 4 L 2-17 (A) 3 Bates 4 OT L 2-20 (H) 0 BOWDOIN 5 L 2-24 (A) 1 Boston U. 8 L

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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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

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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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 OT 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 OT 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

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

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1946-47 (4-1) Coach: Anthony Dougal Capt.: Donald Perkins Date Site UNH OPP 1-13 (A) 5 Bowdoin 3 W 1-18 (H) 6 FT DEVENS ST 3 W 1-23 (H) 8 SUFFOLK 5 W 2-10 (A) 5 Colby 3 W 2-12 (H) 4 TUFTS 5 OT L 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 (0-4) 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

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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 Healey, 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 1-15 (A) 3 Tufts 11 1-16 (H) 0 AIC 2 2-6 (H) 2 TUFTS 6 2-11 (H) 3 NORWICH 4 2-12 (H) 7 COLBY 6 2-14 (A) 8 Bowdoin 4 2-16 (A) 0 Middlebury 7 2-17 (A) 1 Norwich 7

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1953-54 (2-5-1) Coach: Horace “Pepper” Martin Capt.: William Johnston Date Site UNH OPP 1-13 (H) 5 BOWDOIN 7 L 1-15 (H) 3 MIT 5 L 2-6 (A) 2 Army 8 L 2-9 (A) 4 Norwich 9 L 2-11 (H) 4 TUFTS 6 L 2-12 (A) 6 Bowdoin 6 OT T 2-15 (A) 5 Tufts 3 W 2-17 (A) 6 MIT 1 W

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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 2-26 (H) 2 NORWICH 7 L 3-4 (H) 5 MIT 6 L 1955-56 (3-11) Coach: Horace “Pepper” Martin Capt.: Ed Githens Date Site UNH OPP 12-14 (A) 3 MIT 5 L 1-6 (H) 6 NORWICH 5 W 1-9 (A) 2 Tufts 12 L 1-13 (A) 1 Bowdoin 3 L 1-20 (H) 3 HOLY CROSS 6 L 2-8 (A) 3 Colby 2 OT W 2-9 (H) 6 BOWDOIN 3 W 2-15 (A) 2 Army 10 L 2-16 (A) 4 Amherst 6 L 2-21 (H) 1 NORTHEASTERN 5 L 2-23 (A) 2 Massachusetts 6 L 2-28 (A) 3 Norwich 11 L 2-29 (H) 1 COLBY 3 L 3-3 (H) 2 MIT 3 L 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 W 12-17 (H) 9 MIT 2 W 12-18 (A) 3 Tufts 6 L 1-11 (A) 6 Massachusetts 3 W 1-14 (A) 4 Norwich 1 W 1-17 (A) 5 Colby 4 OT W 1-21 (H) 2 AIC 3 L 2-15 (H) 5 TUFTS 4 W 2-17 (A) 8 Bowdoin 2 W 2-18 (H) 6 NORWICH 3 W 2-19 (H) 4 COLBY 2 W 2-21 (H) 4 MASSACHUSETTS 1 W 2-24 (H) 11 BOWDOIN 0 W 2-25 (A) 8 MIT 2 W 2-28 (A) 1 Army 6 L 3-3 (H) 5 NORTHEASTERN 3 W 3-6 (H) 10 UNH ALUMNI 5 W

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U N H H OC K E Y 1958-59 (14-5) Coach: Horace “Pepper” Martin Capts.: Albert Brodeur, Sylvester Clegg Date Site UNH OPP 12-16 (A) 10 MIT 0 W 12-17 (H) 6 TUFTS 2 W 1-1 (N) 4 Hamilton# 8 L 1-2 (A) 10 Cornell# 0 W 1-3 (N) 4 Williams# 1 W 1-7 (H) 4 BOWDOIN 0 W 1-8 (A) 0 Colby 6 L 1-10 (H) 4 MASSACHUSETTS 2 W 1-13 (A) 4 Northeastern 2 W 1-17 (H) 5 AIC 1 W 1-20 (H) 2 NORWICH 4 L 2-12 (A) 4 Bowdoin 2 W 2-13 (A) 3 Tufts 4 L 2-14 (H) 16 MIT 2 W 2-20 (A) 8 Massachusetts 3 W 2-21 (A) 1 Army 3 L 2-25 (A) 5 Norwich 2 W 2-28 (A) 6 Amherst 5 OT W 3-4 (H) 3 PROVIDENCE 2 W 3-6 (H) 15 UNH ALUMNI(ex.) 2 W # - Cornell Invitational at Ithaca, N.Y. 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 1-16 (A) 3 Bowdoin 5 L 1-18 (H) 7 NORWICH 4 W 2-7 (H) 13 AMHERST 0 W 2-10 (A) 0 Colby 5 L 2-15 (A) 7 Norwich 3 W 2-17 (H) 8 MASSACHUSETTS 4 W 2-21 (H) 1 PROVIDENCE 7 L 2-23 (A) 9 Massachusetts 4 W 2-24 (A) 3 Army 5 L 2-28 (A) 6 Dartmouth 7 L 3-1 (H) 0 COLBY 5 L 3-2 (H) 9 UNH ALUMNI(ex.) 6 W # - 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 W 12-11 (A) 16 MIT 0 W 12-15 (H) 3 MERRIMACK 2 W 12-17 (A) 4 Northeastern 8 L 12-20 (N) 3 Bowdoin# 7 L 12-21 (N) 1 Colgate# 7 L 12-22 (N) 11 Hamilton# 2 W 1-5 (A) 2 Providence 4 L 1-9 (A) 7 Middlebury 6 W 1-15 (A) 7 Bowdoin 6 OT W 1-19 (H) 5 NORWICH 6 L 1-23 (H) 2 DARTMOUTH 3 L 1-25 (H) 8 WILLIAMS 3 W 1-26 (A) 4 Colby 1 W 2-8 (A) 2 Army 3 OT L 2-13 (A) 6 Amherst 0 W 2-15 (A) 2 Massachusetts 3 L 2-18 (H) 13 BOWDOIN 6 W 2-23 (H) 1 MASSACHUSETTS 4 L 2-26 (A) 4 Norwich 9 L # - Brown Invitational at Providence, R.I. 1963-64 (13-12) Coach: A. Barr “Whoop” Snively Capt.: Clarence “Buzz” Littell Date Site UNH OPP 12-12 (A) 6 Norwich 3 12-14 (H) 5 VERMONT 3 12-17 (H) 8 AIC 7 12-20 (A) 3 Merrimack^ 5 12-27 (N) 6 Massachusetts# 0 12-28 (A) 6 Vermont# 3 1-7 (A) 2 Dartmouth 3 OT 1-8 (H) 1 BOWDOIN 2 1-11 (H) 5 COLBY 7 1-14 (H) 3 NORTHEASTERN 4 1-27 (A) 1 Army 6 1-28 (A) 2 Clarkson 14 1-31 (A) 5 St. Lawrence 4 OT 2-1 (A) 2 Colgate 9 2-7 (A) 1 Rensselaer 10 2-8 (A) 4 Vermont 1 2-12 (H) 3 AMHERST 2 2-14 (H) 7 MIDDLEBURY 2 2-15 (A) 6 Massachusetts 5 2-18 (A) 4 Bowdoin 3 2-20 (A) 1 Colby 5 2-22 (H) 2 MASSACHUSETTS 1 2-25 (H) 0 NORWICH 3

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2-28 (H) 1 PROVIDENCE 6 L 2-29 (A) 5 Williams 4 OT W # - Yankee Conference Tournament at Burlington, Vt. ^- Andover, Mass (Phillips Academy) 1964-65 (6-14, 6-9 ECAC II) Coach: Rube Bjorkman Capt.: John Gilday Date Site UNH OPP 12-9 (A) 1 Colby• 3 L 12-12 (A) 3 Vermont• 2 W 12-17 (A) 1 AIC• 4 L 12-29 (N) 12 Connecticut#• 1 W 12-30 (A) 11 Vermont#• 2 W 1-6 (A) 6 Dartmouth 7 OT L 1-9 (N) 3 Merrimack•$ 4 OT L 1-12 (A) 2 Norwich• 4 L 1-16 (A) 0 Colby• 1 L 1-21 (A) 3 Providence^ 13 L 2-8 (A) 1 Army 6 L 2-13 (H) 3 NORWICH+• 4 OT L 2-16 (A) 3 Bowdoin• 4 OT L 2-19 (A) 2 Northeastern 5 L 2-20 (H) 5 MASSACHUSETTS• 1 W 2-24 (H) 6 BOWDOIN• 3 W 2-26 (A) 4 Middlebury• 5 L 2-27 (H) 5 WILLIAMS• 9 L 3-3 (A) 0 Boston U. 8 L 3-6 (H) 5 VERMONT• 4 OT W # - Yankee Conference Tournament at Burlington, Vt. $- Lawrence, Mass. ^- Woonsocket, R.I. + - first game in Snively Arena 1965-66 (11-12, 11-5 ECAC II) Coach: Rube Bjorkman Capt.: Brad Houston Date Site UNH OPP 11-20 (A) 0 Eastern National(ex.) 9 L 12-1 (A) 7 Vermont• 3 W 12-7 (N) 1 Dartmouth* 10 L 12-9 (H) 2 BOSTON U. 4 L 12-11 (A) 4 Colby• 5 L 12-14 (H) 0 PROVIDENCE 6 L 12-16 (H) 5 MERRIMACK• 4 OT W 12-28 (H) 14 MASSACHUSETTS#• 1 W 12-29 (H) 8 VERMONT#• 1 W 1-8 (A) 5 Harvard 9 L 1-11 (H) 12 NORWICH• 3 W 1-14 (A) 4 Williams• 5 L 1-18 (H) 15 CONNECTICUT• 1 W 1-22 (H) 6 COLBY• 5 W 2-8 (A) 0 Army 6 L 2-10 (H) 2 VERMONT• 3 OT L 2-12 (H) 3 MIDDLEBURY• 1 W 2-16 (H) 1 NORTHEASTERN 5 L 2-19 (A) 6 Massachusetts• 5 OT W 2-23 (A) 4 Norwich• 5 L 2-26 (H) 5 BOWDOIN• 2 W 3-1 (H) 2 AIC• 4 L 3-4 (A) 5 Bowdoin• 4 W 3-9 (A) 1 Colby (ECAC II) 2 L # - Yankee Conference Tournament at Durham, N.H. * - at Concord, N.H. 1966-67 (18-7, 5-4 ECAC) Coach: Rube Bjorkman Capt.: Robert Walsh Date Site UNH OPP 11-18 (H) 4 EAST NATIONALS (ex.)3 11-19 (N) 8 Dartmouth(ex.) ^4 11-26 (A) 1 Yale• 3 12-1 (A) 3 Middlebury 1 12-3 (H) 2 HARVARD• 6 12-8 (H) 7 NORWICH 2 12-10 (H) 5 COLBY 2 12-14 (A) 4 Northeastern• 1 12-27 (H) 6 VERMONT# 1 12-28 (H) 8 MASSACHUSETTS# 0

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UNH HOCKEY 1-4 (H) 4 DARTMOUTH• 1 W 1-5 (A) 6 Norwich 5 W 1-7 (A) 3 Colby 4 L 1-10 (N) 3 Merrimack^ 2 W 1-14 (H) 3 VERMONT 2 W 1-21 (A) 18 Connecticut^ 0 W 1-27 (A) 4 AIC 5 L 2-6 (A) 5 Army• 4 OT W 2-7 (A) 0 St. Lawrence• 3 L 2-11 (A) 7 Vermont 4 W 2-15 (A) 3 Bowdoin 2 W 2-17 (H) 5 COLGATE• 3 W 2-18 (H) 8 MASSACHUSETTS 0 W 2-20 (A) 6 Providence• 5 OT W 2-25 (H) 3 WILLIAMS 4 L 3-1 (H) 8 BOWDOIN 3 W 3-3 (A) 5 Colgate• 6 L #- Yankee Conference Tournament at Durham, N.H. ^- at Lawrence, Mass. 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 +- Olympia Stadium - - 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 12-4 (H) 10 DARTMOUTH• 2 12-7 (H) 6 BOSTON U.• 3 12-10 (H) 4 NORWICH 3 OT 12-13 (A) 5 Middlebury 1 12-14 (A) 5 St. Lawrence• 4 12-16 (A) 11 Connecticut 0 12-20 (N) 1 Cornell+• 8 12-21 (N) 4 Princeton+• 1 12-27 (N) 9 Connecticut# 0 12-28 (A) 8 Vermont# 1 1-4 (A) 1 Boston U.• 2 OT 1-7 (H) 9 WILLIAMS 2 1-11 (H) 5 VERMONT 2 1-14 (H) 7 NORTHEASTERN• 4 1-15 (A) 7 Bowdoin 3 1-17 (H) 2 COLGATE• 6

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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 Garden

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

1970-71 (20-9, 11-9 ECAC) Coach: Charlie Holt Capt.: Louis Frigon Date Site UNH OPP 11-13 (H) 10 MERRIMACK(ex.) 1 11-18 (H) 10 CARLING BLACK LABEL HC 3 11-26 (N) 2 Clarkson@• 3 11-27 (N) 4 St. Lawrence!• 3 OT 11-28 (N) 6 Bowling Green@ 4 12-1 (H) 6 DARTMOUTH• 4 12-4 (H) 11 ARMY• 5 12-5 (H) 1 BOSTON U.• 6 12-8 (H) 8 BOSTON COLLEGE• 4 12-12 (A) 10 St. Lawrence• 9 OT 12-15 (A) 7 Bowdoin 4 12-18 (N) 2 Cornell+• 6 12-19 (N) 11 Dartmouth+• 2 1-2 (H) 9 ACADIA 5 1-3 (H) 7 ACADIA 1 1-6 (H) 17 COLBY 2 1-8 (H) 6 PROVIDENCE• 4 1-9 (H) 6 VERMONT 0 1-11 (A) 5 Northeastern• 0 1-16 (H) 14 MIDDLEBURY 3

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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 11-18 (A) 2 Bowling Green 3 11-24 (H) 4 OHIO STATE 4 OT 11-25 (H) 4 OHIO STATE 3 OT 11-29 (H) 9 NORTHEASTERN• 5 12-2 (A) 3 Harvard• 9 12-5 (A) 8 Providence•^ 7 OT 12-7 (H) 4 VERMONT 2 12-13 (A) 4 Bowdoin 4 OT 12-15 (A) 3 Princeton• 2 OT 12-18 (N) 4 Dartmouth@+• 5 12-20 (N) 2 Merrimack@+ 2 OT 12-30 (A) 2 Boston College• 5 1-3 (H) 6 ST. LOUIS 5 1-4 (N) 1 Northeastern%• 2 OT 1-13 (H) 6 COLGATE• 0 1-27 (A) 7 Army• 2 2-2 (H) 8 BOSTON COLLEGE• 7 OT 2-3 (A) 3 St. Lawrence• 6 2-6 (H) 1 PROVIDENCE• 2 2-12 (H) 5 MASSACHUSETTS 4 2-15 (A) 6 Rensselaer• 5 OT 2-17 (H) 8 CLARKSON• 5

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1982-83 (22-11-2, 15-5-1 ECAC) Coach: Charlie Holt Capt.: Dan Forget Date Site UNH OPP 11-5 (N) 3 Sakatchewan(ex.)^ 5 L 11-6 (N) 8 Colgate(ex.)1^ 1 W 11-6 (N) 3 Concordia(Que.)(ex.) ^ 0 W 11-12 (H) 3 LOWELL (ex.) 7 L 11-13 (A) 4 Lowell(ex.) 6 L 11-20 (H) 3 MINN.-DULUTH 5 L 11-21 (H) 6 MINN.-DULUTH 7 L 11-27 (H) 6 CORNELL• 4 W 12-1 (H) 7 PROVIDENCE• 4 W 12-4 (A) 5 Maine• 2 W 12-7 (A) 5 Harvard• 7 L 12-11 (A) 4 Bowdoin 1 W 12-15 (H) 7 DARTMOUTH• 2 W 12-17 (H) 5 TORONTO 6 OT L 12-18 (H) 4 TORONTO 3 OT W 12-30 (N) 8 Maine# 5 W 12-31 (A) 7 Dartmouth# 0 W 1-5 (A) 7 Princeton• 5 W 1-8 (H) 2 CLARKSON• 5 L 1-12 (H) 6 BOSTON U.• 5 W 1-15 (A) 9 Rensselaer• 10 OT L 1-18 (H) 4 MAINE• 3 W 1-22 (A) 9 Vermont 1 W 1-26 (A) 3 Providence• 5 L 1-29 (H) 3 COLGATE• 2 W 2-1 (H) 6 BOSTON COLLEGE• 6 OT T 2-5 (H) 6 ST. LAWRENCE 2 W 2-8 (H) 4 BROWN• 3 OT W 2-11 (A) 2 Boston U.• 3 L 2-16 (H) 8 NORTHEASTERN• 1 W 2-19 (H) 3 VERMONT• 0 W 2-22 (A) 5 Boston College• 4 W 2-27 (H) 5 YALE• 2 W 3-1 (A) 6 Northeastern• 4 W 3-4 (H) 3 BOSTON U. (ECAC) 3 OT T 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 ^- at International Cup Tournament at Lonqeuil, Que. # - 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 Chisholm Date Site UNH OPP 11-4 (A) 2 Michigan 3 OT 11-5 (A) 4 Michigan 5 11-11 (A) 8 Western Michigan 4 11-12 (A) 1 Western Michigan 4 11-16 (N) 1 U.S. National Team (ex.)^ 3 11-18 (H) 5 BOWLING GREEN 6 OT 11-19 (H) 3 BOWLING GREEN 4 11-26 (H) 4 PRINCETON• 3 11-30 (A) 5 Cornell• 0 12-4 (A) 6 Providence• 3 12-6 (A) 3 UMass Lowell 3 OT 12-9 (H) 8 DARTMOUTH• 4 12-30 (N) 4 Vermont# 1 12-31 (N) 5 Maine# 4 1-4 (H) 4 NORTHERN ARIZONA 6 1-8 (H) 8 UMass Lowell 3 1-10 (A) 5 Clarkson• 3 1-11 (A) 5 St. Lawrence• 4 1-14 (H) 2 RENSSELAER• 1 1-15 (H) 3 BOWDOIN 4 OT 1-17 (A) 5 Colgate• 7 1-20 (A) 4 Boston College• 5 1-24 (A) 9 Brown• 1 1-28 (H) 3 BOSTON U.• 5 2-1 (H) 7 VERMONT 6 OT 2-3 (A) 6 Northeastern• 5

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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 L 10-18 (A) 2 Bowling Green 8 L 10-23 (A) 2 UMass Lowell• 5 L 10-25 (H) 5 UMass Lowell• 5 OT T 10-29 (A) 3 Providence• 1 W 11-1 (H) 5 PROVIDENCE• 4 W 11-5 (H) 3 BOSTON U.• 6 L 11-8 (A) 3 Boston U.• 5 L 2 L 11-9 (H) 1 Danish Nationals(ex.) 11-14 (H) 5 MAINE• 6 L 11-15 (H) 2 MAINE• 3 L 11-19 (H) 9 NORTHEASTERN• 4 W 11-22 (A) 3 Northeastern• 5 L 11-25 (H) 7 BROWN 3 W 11-28 (A) 0 North Dakota• 10 L 11-30 (A) 4 Wisconsin• 6 L 12-6 (H) 4 MINN.-DULUTH• 11 L 12-10 (H) 2 BOSTON COLLEGE• 4 L 12-13 (N) 1 Boston College•^ 10 L 12-30 (N) 3 Vermont# 2 OT W 12-31 (N) 4 Holy Cross# 1 W 1-3 (H) 5 MICHIGAN TECH• 2 W 1-5 (H) 3 NO. MICHIGAN• 5 L 1-9 (A) 2 Colorado College• 7 L 1-10 (A) 2 Denver• 7 L 1-17 (H) 1 MINNESOTA• 5 L 1-23 (A) 2 Maine• 8 L 1-24 (A) 1 Maine• 10 L 1-27 (A) 4 Boston U.• 4 OT T 1-30 (H) 2 BOSTON U.• 4 L 2-4 (A) 4 Providence• 4 OT T 2-7 (H) 7 PROVIDENCE• 1 W 2-10 (A) 2 Vermont 5 L 2-18 (N) 3 Boston College•+ 4 L 2-21 (H) 2 BOSTON COLLEGE• 7 L 2-24 (H) 4 UMass Lowell• 8 L 2-28 (A) 5 UMass Lowell• 6 L 3-2 (A) 4 Northeastern• 5 L 3-6 (H) 3 NORTHEASTERN• 7 L ^ - at Bright Center (Harvard), Cambridge, Mass. + - at Walter Brown Arena (Boston U.) Boston, Mass.

1987-88 (7-20-3, 6-18-2 HE) Coach: Dave O’Connor Capts.: Tim Hanley, Rick Lambert Date Site UNH OPP 10-27 (H) 3 US. NATIONAL TEAM(ex.) 14 L 10-31 (N) 2 Boston College•+ 6 L 11-4 (H) 8 BOSTON U.• 9 L 11-7 (H) 5 DARTMOUTH(ex.) 3 W 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 (N) 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. + - at Walter Borwn Arena(Boston U.), Boston, Mass. # - at Cumberland CIvic Center, Portland, Maine 1988-89 (12-22, 9-17 HE) Coach: Bob Kullen Capt.: Tim Shields Date Site UNH OPP 10-22 (H) 5 HOLY CROSS(ex.) 1 W 10-29 (A) 2 Vermont 5 L 11-1 (A) 2 Maine• 6 L 11-5 (H) 4 BOSTON U.• 5 L 11-10 (A) 5 Colorado College• 0 W 11-12 (A) 1 Denver• 8 L 11-15 (H) 5 MERRIMACK 2 W 11-18 (A) 3 Boston College• 5 L 11-25 (H) 2 MICHIGAN TECH• 6 L 11-26 (H) 2 NO. MICHIGAN• 11 L 11-30 (H) 5 UMass Lowell• 4 W 12-3 (A) 1 Providence• 4 L 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.

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UNH HOCKEY 1989-90 (17-17-5, 8-9-4 HE) Coach: Bob Kullen Capt.: Chris Grassie Date Site UNH OPP 10-20 (H) 2 BOSTON U.(ex.) 3 L 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 10-19 (A) 0 Boston U.(ex.) 5 10-20 (H) 7 PLATTSBURGH ST(ex.) 7 OT 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 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

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1991-92 (22-13-2, 13-6-2 HE) Coach: Richard Umile Capt.: Savo Mitrovic Date Site UNH OPP 10-11 (H) 2 CONCORDIA(Ex.) 3 L 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 F 12-7 (A) 2 Maine• 6 F 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. 1992-93 (18-17-3, 11-11-2 HE) Coach: Richard Umile Capt.: Kevin Thomson Date Site UNH OPP 10-17 (H) 10 OTTAWA(Ex.) 1 10-24 (A) 4 Vermont 1 10-30 (A) 3 St. Lawrence 4 OT 10-31 (A) 1 Clarkson 6 11-6 (H) 4 AIR FORCE 4 OT 11-7 (H) 6 AIR FORCE 3 11-13 (A) 4 Providence• 6 11-14 (H) 5 PROVIDENCE• 2 11-20 (A) 9 Boston College• 6 11-21 (H) 5 BOSTON COLLEGE• 5 OT 11-28 (H) 5 NORTHEASTERN• 7 12-4 (H) 4 UMass Lowell• 7 12-5 (A) 4 UMass Lowell• 1 12-9 (H) 6 BROWN 3 12-11 (N) 3 Maine% 4 12-29 (H) 3 DARTMOUTH# 4

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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 10-22 (A) 4 Dalhousie(ex.) 6 L 10-23 (A) 8 Dalhousie(ex.) 1 W 10-29 (H) 3 ST. LAWRENCE 1 W 11-5 (A) 8 Air Force 1 W 11-6 (A) 6 Air Force 0 W 11-12 (H) 3 PROVIDENCE• 2 W 11-13 (A) 5 Providence• 2 W 11-16 (A) 6 Rensselaer 3 W 11-19 (A) 3 Boston College• 8 L 11-20 (H) 6 BOSTON COLLEGE• 3 W 11-27 (N) 7 Clarkson& 3 W 11-28 (N) 2 Miami (Ohio)& 6 L 11-30 (H) 5 VERMONT 4 W 12-3 (A) 3 UMass Lowell• 6 L 12-4 (H) 3 UMass Lowell• 1 W 12-10 (N) 7 Maine% 3 W 12-11 (A) 6 Northeastern• 6 OT T 12-29 (N) 3 Dartmouth# 2 W 12-30 (N) 3 Boston U.# 2 W 1-7 (H) 6 MERRIMACK• 3 W 1-8 (A) 3 Merrimack• 6 L 1-12 (A) 4 Northeastern• 2 W 1-14 (H) 4 NORTHEASTERN• 5 L 1-21 (A) 3 Boston U.• 5 L 1-22 (H) 1 BOSTON U.• 2 L 1-28 (A) 8 Providence• 3 W 1-29 (H) 3 PROVIDENCE• 5 L 2-4 (A) 1 Maine• 0 F W 2-5 (A) 1 Maine• 0 F W 2-12 (H) 2 MERRIMACK• 4 L 2-18 (A) 3 Boston College• 3 OT T 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 OT 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.

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U N H H OC K E 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 (N) 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 (N) 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 (N) 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, War Memorial Auditorium, Syracuse, N.Y. $ - at Conte Forum, Chestnut Hill, Mass. * - NCAA East Regional 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 12-2 (A) 3 Northeastern• 7 12-8 (A) 4 Boston College• 5 12-9 (H) 3 BOSTON COLLEGE• 2 12-29 (N) 2 Bowling Green% 3 12-30 (N) 8 Harvard% 3 1-5 (H) 5 BOSTON U.• 7 1-12 (H) 7 UMass Lowell• 4 1-13 (A) 4 UMass Lowell• 5 1-26 (A) 4 Providence• 2 1-27 (H) 4 PROVIDENCE• 5 2-1 (A) 2 Northeastern• 3 OT 2-3 (H) 7 MASSACHUSETTS• 2 2-9 (A) 3 UMass Lowell• 6

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1996-97 (28-11-0, 18-6-0 HE) Coach: Richard Umile Capts.: Eric Boguniecki, Eric Fitzgerald, Tim Murray Date Site UNH OPP 10-12 (H) 3 OTTAWA 3 OT T 10-19 (H) 1 Vermont 5 L 10-25 (H) 3 Union 2 W 10-26 (H) 5 Colgate 6 OT L 11-1 (A) 7 Northeastern• 3 W 11-2 (H) 9 Northeastern• 4 W 11-8 (A) 1 Massachusetts• 0 W 11-9 (A) 5 Massachusetts• 4 OT W 11-15 (H) 6 MAINE• 3 W 11-16 (H) 6 MAINE• 5 W 11-22 (H) 8 BOSTON COLLEGE• 3 W 11-23 (A) 4 Boston College• 2 W 11-29 (A) 8 Vermont# 6 W 11-30 (N) 7 Maine# 2 W 12-6 (A) 9 Merrimack• 0 W 12-7 (H) 4 MERRIMACK• 1 W 12-27 (A) 9 Wisconsin% 7 W 12-28 (N) 4 Colorado College% 3 W 1-3 (A) 4 Boston U.• 9 L 1-5 (H) 2 BOSTON U.• 3 OT L 1-10 (H) 7 ST. LAWRENCE 2 W 1-11 (H) 2 CLARKSON 5 L 1-17 (A) 9 UMass Lowell• 4 W 1-18 (H) 5 UMass Lowell• 7 L 1-24 (A) 5 Merrimack• 2 W 1-25 (A) 5 Boston College• 2 W 1-28 (A) 7 Harvard 5 W 1-31 (H) 7 NORTHEASTERN• 1 W 2-1 (H) 10 MASSACHUSETTS• 0 W 2-7 (H) 4 UMass Lowell• 0 W 2-14 (H) 9 PROVIDENCE• 5 W 2-15 (A) 2 Providence• 3 L 2-18 (A) 1 Maine• 5 L 2-28 (H) 7 PROVIDENCE• 5 W 3-1 (A) 1 Boston U.• 5 L 3-7 (H) 5 MASSACHUSETTS¡ 1 W 3-8 (H) 8 MASSACHUSETTS¡ 2 W 3-14 (N) 4 Boston College£ 0 W 3-15 (N) 2 Boston U.∞ 4 L 3-21 (N) 2 Colorado College§ 3 L # - at Governor’s Cup, Burlington, Vt. % - at Badger Showdown, Milwaukee, Wisc. ¡ - HOCKEY EAST Quarterfinal £ - HE Semifinal at FleetCenter, Boston, Mass. ∞ - HE Championship at Fleet Center, Boston, Mass. § - NCAA East Regional at Worcester Centrum, Worcester, Mass. 1997-98 (25-12-1, 15-8-1 HE) Coach: Richard Umile Capts.: Mark Mowers, Erik Johnson, Tom Nolan Date Site UNH OPP 10-11 (H) 6 NEW BRUNSWICK(Ex.) 1 W 10-18 (H) 5 Vermont 1 W 10-24 (A) 5 Alaska-Anchorage 2 W 10-25 (A) 4 Alaska-Anchorage 1 W 10-31 (A) 5 Rensselaer 4 W 11-4 (A) 4 Boston College• 6 L 11-7 (H) 1 Boston College• 4 L 11-8 (H) 11 Merrimack• 4 W 11-14 (H) 5 Boston U.• 0 W 11-15 (A) 2 Boston U.• 4 L 11-21 (H) 7 Merrimack• 6 W

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!!-Dodge New Hampshire Tournament +-Badger Showdown,Milwaukee,Wis. % - Hockey East Quarterfinals ^ - HE Semifinal at FleetCenter; Boston, Mass. § - HE Championship at FleetCenter; Boston, Mass. ! NCAA East Regional at Worcester Centrum @ NCAA Semifinal at XCel Energy Center 2002-2003 (28-8-6, 15-5-4 HE) Coach: Richard Umile Capts: Patrick Foley Date Site UNH OPP 10-5 (H) 3 ST. FRANCIS-XAVIER 1 W 10-12 (A) 10 Vermont 0 W 10-18 (H) 5 MINNESOTA 5 OT T 10-19 (H) 3 MINNESOTA 1 W 10-25 (A) 2 Northeastern • 2 OT T 11-1 (H) 4 MERRIMACK • 3 W 11-2 (H) 2 BOSTON UNIV. • 3 L 11-8 (H) 4 UMass Lowell • 3 W 11-9 (A) 6 UMass Lowell • 2 W 11-15 (H) 3 PROVIDENCE • 0 W 11-19 (A) 3 Boston College • 2 OT W 11-22 (A) 1 Maine • 2 OT L 11-24 (H) 4 MASSACHUSETTS • 0 W 11-30 (H) 3 CONNECTICUT 1 W 12-6 (H) 5 CLARKSON 2 W 12-7 (H) 2 ST. LAWRENCE 5 L 12-27 (N) 4 Clarkson + 2 W 12-28 (A) 0 Denver + 4 L 1-2 (A) 5 Yale 0 W 1-4 (H) 8 MERRIMACK • 3 W 1-11 (A) 6 Providence • 3 W 1-15 (N) 1 Dartmouth # 1 OT T 1-17 (H) 2 MASSACHUSETTS • 1 OT W 1-19 (A) 4 Massachusetts • 3 W 1-23 (A) 2 Boston University • 5 L 1-25 (H) 3 BOSTON UNIV. • 0 W 2-1 (H) 4 MAINE # • 2 W 2-2 (H) 2 MAINE • 3 L 2-9 (A) 2 Providence • 5 L 2-14 (H) 4 NORTHEASTERN • 3 W 2-15 (A) 1 Northeastern • 1 OT T 2-19 (A) 6 Merrimack • 1 W 2-21 (A) 4 UMass Lowell • 4 OT T 2-28 (A) 3 Boston College • 3 OT T 3-1 (H) 4 BOSTON COLLEGE • 1 W 3-7 (H) 8 UMass Lowell % 4 W 3-8 (H) 8 UMass Lowell % 4 W 3-14 (N) 5 Massachusetts ^ 4 W 3-15 (N) 1 Boston University § 0 OT W 3-28 (N) 5 St. Cloud State ! 2 W 3-29 (N) 3 Boston University ! 0 W 4-10 (N) 3 Cornell @ 2 W 4-12 (N) 1 Minnesota ∞ 5 L • Hockey East Game + -at Denver Cup (Denver, Colo.) # - at Verizon Wireless Arena, Manchester, NH % - Hockey East Quarterfinals ^ - HE Semifinal at FleetCenter; Boston, Mass. § - HE Championship at FleetCenter; Boston, Mass. ! NCAA East Regional at Worcester Centrum; Worcester, Mass @ NCAA Semifinal at HSBC Arena (Buffalo, N.Y.) ∞ NCAA Championship at HSBC Arena (Buffalo, N.Y.) 2003-2004 (20-15-6, 10-8-6 HE) Coach: Richard Umile Capts: Patrick Foley, Steve Saviano Date Site UNH OPP 10-4 (H) 5 U.S. UNDER 18 TEAM (Ex.) 1 10-11 (H) 3 VERMONT 0 10-16 (H) 4 MERRIMACK• 1 10-24 (N) 8 Canisius 2 10-25 (N) 2 Niagara 5 10-31 (H) 9 UNION 2 11-7 (A) 4 Boston U.• 0 11-8 (H) 6 MAINE• 3 11-12 (N) 2 BOSTON COLLEGE#• 2 OT 11-14 (A) 4 Providence• 7

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3-3 (A) 4 Boston U.* 4 OT T 3-5 (H) 2 BOSTON U.* 3 L 3-10 (H) 6 NORTHEASTERN% 1 W 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 OT W 3-27 (N) 2 Denver! 4 L * Hockey East Game #-Verizon Wireless Arena, Manchester, N.H. $- Ice Breaker Tournament + - Great Lakes Invitational - Joe Louis Arena, 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 10-8 (H) 6 NEW BRUNSWICK (Ex.) 1 W 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 2OT W 3-17 (N) 2 Boston University^ 9 L 3-27 (N) 0 Michigan State! 1 L * Hockey East Game #-Verizon Wireless Arena, Manchester, N.H. ** - *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. 2006-2007 (26-11-2, 18-7-2 HE) Coach: Richard Umile Capt.: Josh Ciocco Date Site UNH OPP 10-7 (H) 2 ST. FRANCIS-XAVIER (Ex.) 3 L 10-14 (H) 7 U.S. UNDER 18 TEAMS (Ex.) 1 W

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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 onice 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 AllHockey East, All-New England Team, All-Hockey East Tournament Team and the Frozen Four AllTournament Team. He still ranks first in program history in assists (144) and second in points (238).

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U N H H OC K E Y Year Captain 1924-1925 William Sayward 1925-1926 Frederic Fudge 1926-1927 Warren Percival 1927-1928 Roland Chandler 1928-1929 Alvin Reinhart 1929-1930 Donald McFarland 1930-1931 George Colburn 1931-1932 David Wark 1932-1933 Theodore Nowak 1933-1934 George Bacheller 1934-1935 Charles Grocott James Steffy 1935-1936 Fred Schipper 1936-1937 William Facey Herbert Merrill 1937-1938 Russell Martin 1938-1939 Maurice Fournier Raymond Patten 1939-1940 Warren Davison 1940-1941 Jack Wentzell 1941-1942 Paul Nugent 1942-1943 No Captain 1946-1947 Donald Perkins 1947-1948 William Forbes 1948-1949 Robert Keith 1949-1950 George Sleeth 1950-1951 Walter Fournier 1951-1952 George Healy John Simpson 1952-1953 Robert Houley Willard Payson 1953-1954 William Johnston 1954-1955 Monty Childs William Johnston 1955-1956 Ed Githens 1956-1957 Douglas Cowie 1957-1958 Douglas Cowie Leo Kravchuk 1958-1959 Albert Brodeur Sylvester Clegg 1959-1960 George Frigard Raymond March 1960-1961 Rod Blackburn 1961-1962 Ken McKinnon Ed Mullen Sam Nichols 1962-1963 Dick Lamontagne 1963-1964 Clarence Littell 1964-1965 John Gilday 1965-1966 Brad Houston 1966-1967 Robert Walsh 1967-1968 Graham Bruder 1968-1969 Graham Bruder 1969-1970 Ryan Brandt Allan Clark 1970-1971 Louis Frigon 1971-1972 Dick Umile 1972-1973 Bill Beaney 1973-1974 Gordie Clark

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Mike Burkart 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

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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 Mike Borisenok Damon Kipp Connor Hardowa Eric Knodel

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UNH HOCKEY January 19, 1925 — UNH plays first intercollegiate hockey game as part of a three-day Bates/Colby “Winter Frolic” in Lewiston, Maine. The ‘Cats defeat Bates 2-1 and follow it up the next day with a 5-0 shutout of Colby.

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. March 23, 1961 —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 .900 save percentage.

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 College. The 19 goals is a UNH record, 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 it defeat host Bowdoin College, 5-3. The Wildcats finish the season 5-1 under the direction of Anthony Dougal. 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. March 3, 1958 — Goalie John “Bozo” Kennedy is awarded the first Roger A. LeClerc Trophy as 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 goals 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

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

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U N H H OC K E Y December 28 & 29, 1968 — The Wildcats shock Michigan Tech (70) 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 from 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, Dick 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.

February 27, 1971 — Louis Frigon has a hat trick and seven assists as UNH routs Colgate, 15-7. 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. 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.

February 18, 1975 — Jamie Hislop scores twice in a 7-0

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 it 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 shocking 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.

March 4, 1970 —Dick Umile accepts the Roger A. LeClerc Trophy as the team’s Most Valuable Player from UNH Trustee Buck Buchanan.

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.

win over UMass-Amherst. It is the 31st straight game, dating back over a year, in which Hislop tallied at least one point.

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. January 30, 1978 —Bob Gould scores a goal in his 12th consecutive game 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. Two nights after notching a hat trick against Providence, he scores four times at Clarkson and then tops it off the next afternoon by getting five goals against Colgate. February 2, 1979 — Ralph Cox pours in four goals in a 6-4 victory at Clarkson. Cox, from Braintree, Mass., 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 —Dan MacPherson scores a UNH playoff-record four goals as the Wildcats rout Yale, 9-2, in the ECAC quarterfinals. March 10, 1979 — After defeating Cornell 5-2 in the semifinals,

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UNH HOCKEY 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 their first league title. Goalie Greg Moffett is named tournament MVP.

dence College, 7-4, in the third game of a best of three quarterfinal series. 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.

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), Vermont (2004), Notre Dame (2012) and UConn (2013) the league as of 2013-14 has 12 members.

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.

December 7, 1984 — UNH defeats Michigan Tech, 8-2, for its first victory as a member of Hockey East. 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. Holt finished his coaching career with 412 wins and, in 1997, was inducted into the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame.

October 26, 1990 — Umile earns his first UNH win with a 5-4 victory at Vermont. November, 1990 — Dick Umile is named Head Coach of the Wildcats. November 3, 1990 — While the Wildcats are in Colorado for a two-game series with Air Force, Kullen passes away in Durham at the age of 41. March 8, 1991 — Umile earns his first of five Hockey East Coach of the Year awards. Jeff Levy is named Hockey East Rookie of the Year. The awards are the first Hockey East postseason honors for the Wildcats. March 12, 1992 — Captain Savo Mitrovic scores the game-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 the NCAA tournament for the first time in nine years. 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 in the Badgers’ 4-2 win. Despite the loss, the 1991-92 season begins a stretch of nine national tournament berths in 12 years. November 20, 1992 — Umile registers his 50th career victory with a 9-6 win at Boston College. 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.

1988-89 — Umile returns to his alma mater and serves as an assistant coach under Head Coach Bob Kullen.

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 4, 1990 — Down by two with 11 minutes to go, UNH scores five straight goals to defeat Provi-

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U N H H OC K E Y 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 13, 1997 — Umile earns his second Hockey East Coach of the Year Award. March 14-15, 1997 — With Umile 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 second 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 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 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 power-play 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 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. November 13, 1998 — Umile decides to combine the skills of Jason Krog, Mike Souza and Darren Haydar on UNH’s top line. The

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second in points (238). Krog becomes the second Umile-coached player named first team All America.

March 5-6, 1999 — 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. In the opening night, UNH jumped out to a 5-0 lead on the Black Bears and never looked back, winning 6-1. 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.

April 3, 1999 — UNH plays in its first-ever national championship game against Maine at Arrowhead Pond in Anaheim. 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 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.

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 20, 1999 — The Wildcats take on Boston College in one of the most memorable Hockey East Championship games 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 12-team field.

April 9, 1999 — Dick 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 banner at the Whittemore Center and 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 — Dick Umile earns career victory No. 200 with a 1-0 defeat of Maine at the Whittemore Center. 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 10th, 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.

April 2, 1999 — Jason Krog is awarded the Hobey Baker Memorial Award as the nation’s most outstanding player. It is the first time in school history that a UNH player wins the prestigious award. Krog finishes his career as UNH’s all-time leader in assists (144) and

March 17, 2000 — UNH plays in its second straight Hockey East Championship semifinals 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.

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U N H H OC K E Y 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.

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. 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. April 12, 2003 — The Wildcats play in their second-ever national championship game against Minnesota. The teams are tied 1-1 through two periods, but the Gophers net four in the third period. UNH is awarded the national runner-up for the second time in history. March 13, 2004 — UNH wins 20 games for the eighth straight season vs. Providence. Mike Ayers breaks the all-time school record with 58 career victories.

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.

March 27 & 28, 2004 — UNH hosts its first ever NCAA Regional at the Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester, N.H.

March 14, 2002 — UNH sweeps 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.

February 16, 2005 —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.

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.

January 11, 2006 — UNH registers its 1,000th victory in the program’s history with a 4-1 win at Yale at Ingalls Rink in New Haven, Conn.

March 1, 2003 — Dick 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 titl March 13, 2003 —Mike Ayers is named co-Hockey 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, 1-0, on a goal by defenseman Tyson Teplitsky with 8:17 remaining in the extra session.

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 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. March 17, 2007 — Coach Dick Umile is named the 2007 Hockey East Coach of the Year. 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.

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UNH HOCKEY October 19, 2007 — Dick Umile captures his 400th career win with a 4-1 win over BU in the season opener at Agganis Arena. 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. March 20, 2008 — Kevin Regan becomes 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 seasons by any Wildcat goaltender in school history. Later that day, Regan was unanimously selected as the Hockey East Player of the Year. April 1, 2008 — Head Coach Dick Umile selected as 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 selected as All-Americans. Kevin Regan and Mike Radja earn first team honors, while Matt Fornataro and Brad Flaishans are second-team honorees. December 11, 2008 — Mike Sislo’s four-goal, six-point performance, propels the Wildcats to a 9-4 win over Holy Cross. Sislo’s performance broke the previous Whittemore Center record for points and goals in a game. March 28, 2009 — Thomas Fortney scores with .1 seconds left in regulation to send the action into overtime against No. 2 seeded North Dakota. The Wildcats take advantage of momentum in overtime as Peter LeBlanc nets the game-winner with just 45 seconds into the overtime period to secure the win and advance to the Wildcats to the NCAA Northeast Regional Championship game against No. 1 seeded Boston University.

March 5, 2010 —Blake Kessel scores the game-tying goal with 3:55 left in regulation to cap a three goal comeback as the ‘Cats tie Boston College (3-3) to clinch their eighth regular-season Hockey East title. March 18, 2010 —Bobby Butler named the 2010 Hockey East Player of the Year, while Head Coach Dick Umile selected as co-Coach of the Year for a record sixth time. March 26, 2010 —Bobby Butler and 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. Brian Foster totals 24 saves as UNH advances to the Regional Championship game against RIT. March 31, 2010 — Bobby Butler becomes only the second player in school history 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 as the best American-born college hockey player in New England. April 9, 2010 —Bobby Butler named a first-team All-American, while Brian Foster and defensemen Blake Kessel selected as second team All-American honorees. May 11, 2010 — Dick Umile and members of the athletic staff are on hand at the Hobey Baker Awards banquet as the late Charlie Holt is honored as the 2010 Hobey Baker Legends of College Hockey recipient. December 2, 2010 — Led by Jeff Silengo’s two goals, the Wildcats capture a 4-3 OT win over Maine. The win caps off a fantastic first half as the ‘Cats post a 10-2-4 record and held the #2 ranking in the national polls. December 22, 2010 — Former standouts Ralph Cox and Gordie Clark named to ECAC’s 50th Anniversary Team. March 16, 2011 — Paul Thompson is named Hockey East’s Player of the Year and also named one of 10 finalists for the Hobey Baker Award. He becomes UNH’s first home-grown finalist and the third in the last four years for UNH. March 20, 2011 — UNH is named to the NCAA field for the 10th straight year and paired with Miami, Notre Dame and Merrimack at the Northeast Regional. UNH hosts this event for the fourth time at Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester.

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U N H H OC K E Y March 26, 2011 — Kevin Goumas tallies two goals as the Wildcats upset the Miami Red Hawks 3-1 to advance to the NCAA Regional March 29, 2013 — The Wildcats trailed 2-1 early, but rattled Championship game against Notre Dame. off four unanswered goals April 8, 2011 —Paul Thompson and Blake Kessel selected as All- to storm past third-seeded Americans by the American Hockey Coaches Association. With his Denver in the NCAA Northeast selection, Kessel becomes the seventh member in UNH history Regional at Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester. UNH to earn All-American honors twice in a career. fell to UMass Lowell in the reJanuary 7, 2012 — The Wildcats make UNH history when they gional final the following day. travel to Fenway Park to play in front of 38,456 hockey fans as a part of Frozen Fenway. UNH fell to the Maine Black Bears 5-4 in April 12, 2013 — Trevor van Riemsdyk named as an Amerovertime. ica Hockey Coaches AssoMarch 9, 2012 —Grayson Downing scores two minutes into ciation (AHCA)/CCM Hockey double overtime to lift UNH to 3-2 win against sixth-ranked and Division I All-America first third-seeded Boston University in Hockey East quarterfinal action team selection for the 2012at Agganis Arena. The Wildcats would eventually drop the best 13 season.

of three series to the Terriers, 2-1. October 12, 2012 — Dick Umile captures his 500th career win with a 5-3 win over St. Cloud State in the season opener. He became just the eighth coach in Division I history to win 500 games at one program at the time. November 4-16, 2012 — Casey DeSmith registers three straight shutouts and is in net for 203:32 of scoreless play. He sets the UNH program record for scoreless play by a goaltender. DeSmith stops 111 straight shots during that span. December 2, 2012 — UNH completes a home-andhome sweep of UMass Lowell to improve to 11-1-2 and ascend to the number 1 spot in the USCHO.com and USA Today/USA Hockey college hockey polls.The Wildcats, who posted thei best start to a season in program history, earn the top spot in the USCHO.com & USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine polls for the first time since Jan. 29, 2007.

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UNH HOCKEY 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 1979 Semifinals W2. Minnesota def. E1. UNH, 4-3 Third Place Game No. 2E Dartmouth def. No. 1E. UNH, 7-3 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 1983 Quarterfinals No. 2W. Minnesota def. No. 3E. UNH, 9-6, 7-2

2004 First Round No. 2 NE. Michigan def. No. 3 NE. UNH, 4-1 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 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 2008 First Round No. 4 W. Notre Dame def. No. 1 W. UNH 7-3

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 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 2011 First Round No. 4 NE. UNH def. No. 1 NE. Miami , 3-1 Quarterfinals No. 3 NE. Notre Dame def. No. 4 NE. UNH, 2-1 2013 First Round No. 2 NE. UNH def. No. 3 Denver, 5-2 Quaterfinals No. 1 UMass Lowell def. No.2 NE. UNH , 2-0

1992 First Round No. 6E. Wisconsin def. No. 3E. UNH, 4-2 1994 First Round No. 3E. UNH def. No. 6E. Rensselaer, 2-0 Second Round No. 2E. Harvard def. No. 3E. UNH, 7-1 1995 First Round No. 6E. Denver def. No. 3E. UNH, 9-2 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 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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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

Home Away Neutral Total First Round 0-0-0 0-0-0 6-8-0 6-8-0 Second Round 0-0-0 0-0-0 4-1-0 4-1-0 Quarterfinal 2-0-0 0-1-0 1-4-0 2-5-0 Third Place 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-3-0 0-3-0 Semifinal 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-5-0 2-5-0 Final 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-2-0 0-2-0 14-24-0

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U N H H OC K E Y Wildcats 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 Year Graduated Year Inducted Gordie Clark 1974 1982 Ernest W. Christensen 1923 1982 Rod Blackburn 1961 1983 Cliff Cox 1976 1983 James Hislop 1976 1983 A. Barr “Whoop” Snively 1983 Hank Swasey 1983 Tim Burke 1977 1984 Lou Frigon 1971 1985 Russell Martin 1938 1986 Roger Magenau 1961 1986 Josiah Bartlett 1968 1986 Ralph Cox 1979 1986 Howard “Howie” Hanley 1932 1987 Graham H. Bruder 1969 1987 John G. Gray 1972 1987 Robert A. Gould 1979 1988 William F. Weir 1936 1989 Robert D. Raeder 1976 1989 Charles E. Holt Jr. 1989 Michael “Mickey” Goulet 1969 1990 Rod Langway 1979 1990 Albert G. Brodeur 1960 1991 J. Allan Clark 1970 1991 Edward Noel 1949 1991 Gregory A. Moffett 1986 1992 Horace S. “Pepper” Martin 1941 1993 R. Braden Houston 1966 1993 Frank Roy 1979 1993 Richard C. Umile 1972 1994 Robert M. Miller 1979 1994 Donald F. Perkins 1947 1995 Michael L. Ontkean 1970 1995 Herbert T. Merrill 1937 1996 Raymond March Jr. 1961 1996 Guy L. Smith 1972 1996 David Lumley 1977 1996 Raymond B. Patten 1939 1997 Jon P. Fontas 1978 1997 Andy Brickley 1983 1998 Kenneth R. McKinnon 1962 1999 Bob Towse 1963 2000 Richard R. David 1969 2000 Kevin C. Dean 1991 2000 Don Otis 1939 2001 Peter L. Van Buskirk 1965 2001 Paul Powers 1977 2003 Jason Krog 1999 2005 Mark Mowers 1998 2006 Ty Conklin 2001 2008 Dave O’Connor 1966 2008 Darren Haydar 2002 2012

Cap Raeder ‘76

Robert Gould ‘79

Paul Powers ‘77

Mark Mowers ‘98

Ralph Cox ‘79

Jason Krog ‘99

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

Player of the Year Mike Ayers..................................................................2003 Bobby Butler..............................................................2010 Ty Conklin...................................................................2000 Darren Haydar...........................................................2002 Jason Krog..................................................................1999 Kevin Regan...............................................................2008 Steve Saviano............................................................2004 Paul Thompson.........................................................2011

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

All-Hockey East First Team Mike Ayers..................................................................2003 Bobby Butler..............................................................2010 Ty Conklin....................................................... 2000, 2001 Jayme Filipowicz......................................................1999 Brad Flaishans...........................................................2008 Brian Foster................................................................2010 Lanny Gare.................................................................2003 Darren Haydar...........................................................2002 Colin Hemingway....................................................2002 Blake Kessel.................................................... 2010, 2011 Jason Krog...................................................... 1998, 1999 Mike Radja..................................................................2008 Kevin Regan...............................................................2008 Steve Saviano............................................................2004 Trevor Smith..............................................................2007 Paul Thompson.........................................................2011 Trevor van Riemsdyk...............................................2012

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 Daniel Winnik............................................................2006 Brian Yandle................................................... 2005, 2006 Hockey East Honorable Mention

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

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

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 Paul Thompson......................................................................2011 New England Unsung Hero Sean Coady....................................................................... 1977-78

Cap Raeder.................................................................1974

ITECH Three Stars Champion Bobby Butler..............................................................2010 Colin Hemingway....................................................2002 Paul Thompson.........................................................2011 Scoring Champion Bobby Butler (41 points).......................................2010 Darren Haydar (42 points)....................................2002 Jason Krog (53 points)............................................1999 Paul Thompson (42 points)..................................2011

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

Preston Callander.....................................................2005 Casey DeSmith.........................................................2012 Matt Di Girolamo........................................ 2011 Jayme Filipowicz......................................................1998 Brad Flaishans...........................................................2007 Matt Fornataro..........................................................2007 Brian Foster................................................................2009 Kevin Goumas...........................................................2012 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 Sislo....................................................................2011 Mike Souza.................................................................1999 Brian Yandle...............................................................2004

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

All-ECAC Second Team Tim Burke........................................................ 1976, 1977 Brian Byrnes...............................................................1984 Cliff Cox........................................................................1976 Bruce Gillies................................................................1984 Bob Gould...................................................................1979 Norm Lacombe.........................................................1983 Rick Metzer.................................................................1969 Greg Moffett..............................................................1979

All-Rookie Team Derek Bekar................................................................1996 Eric Boguniecki ........................................................1994 Sean Collins................................................................2002 Ty Conklin ..................................................................1999 Casey DeSmith..........................................................2012 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 Trevor van Riemsdyk...............................................2012 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 Brad Flaishans.........................................................................2008 Eric Flinton...............................................................................1995 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, 2011 Jason Krog.................................................................... 1998, 1999

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Old Time Hockey Best Defenseman Award Joe Charlebois...........................................................2008 Steve O’Brien.............................................................1999 Best Defensive Forward Preston Callander.....................................................2005 John Sadowski..........................................................2000 Goaltending Champion Mike Ayers (1.79)......................................................2002 Ty Conklin (1.84).......................................................2001 Kevin Regan (1.83)...................................................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

Charlie Holt HE Team Sportsmanship Award New Hampshire...............................1994-95, 1995-96, 1998-99, 1999-2000, 2009-2010, 2010-2011, 2011- 2012 Hockey East Turfer Athletic Award Alan Thompson........................................................2009 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 Paul Thompson......................................................................2011 James van Riemsdyk............................................................2009 Daniel Winnik..........................................................................2006 Brian Yandle................................................................ 2005, 2006 Trevor van Riemsdyk............................................................2013 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 Paul Thompson......................................................................2011

UNH MEN’S HOCKEY

U N H H OC K E Y 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 Paul Thompson.........................2011 Stevie Moses..............................2012 Casey DeSmith..........................2013

CHARLES E. HOLT COACHES AWARD

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 Mike Sislo...................................... 2011 Damon Kipp................................ .2012 Connor Hardowa........................ 2013

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 Brett Kostolansky........................ 2011 Kevin McCarey............................. 2012 Brett Kostolansky........................ 2013

FRANK “THE FAN” HALBERT FAN FAVORITE AWARD

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 Paul Thompson......................... 2011 Stevie Moses.............................. 2012 Kevin Goumas........................... 2013

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 Mike Borisenok.......................... 2011 Mike Borisenok.......................... 2012 Scott Pavelski.............................. 2013

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 Colin Shank.......................................2011 Matt Di Girolamo.............................2012 Justin Agosta....................................2013

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UNH HOCKEY 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 Connor Hardowa....................... 2011 Nick Sorkin.................................. 2012 Matt Willows............................... 2013

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 Greg Manz..................................2011 Jay Camper..................................2012 Harry Quast................................2013

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 Blake Kessel................................. 2011 Connor Hardowa....................... 2012 Trevor van Riemsdyk................ 2013

GUY SMITH AWARD

The Best Offensive Player Award is chosen by the players. 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 Paul Thompson...............................2011 Stevie Moses....................................2012 Kevin Goumas..................................2013 Grayson Downing..........................2013

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. Steve Saviano...................................2004 Andrew Leach..................................2005 Andrew Leach..................................2006 Kevin Regan......................................2007 Thomas Fortney..............................2008 Brian Foster.......................................2009 Brian Foster.......................................2010 Damon Kipp.....................................2011 Damon Kipp.....................................2012 Jeff Silengo.......................................2013

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U N H H OC K E Y Abbe, George Abbott, Jim Abel, Brett Adams, Al Adams, Karl Agosta, Justin Aiken, David Aikins, Justin Allard, Robert Alpern, 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 Berlin, N.H. 1941-42 Concord, N.H. 2010-present 75GP 3-16-19 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 Melrose, Mass. 1961-62 Chelsea, Mass. 1988-92 142GP- 66-102-168 Mississauga, Ont. 1994-96 0 GP-0-0-0 Big River, Sask. 2002-03 Mansfield, Mass. 1932-35 Concord, N.H. 1973-74 Brooklyn, N.Y. 1925-26 Providence, R.I. 1996-97 3GP-0-0-0 1.00 .000 Hollis, N.H. 1947-49 Manchester, N.H. 1997-01 106GP7-22-29 Malden, Mass. 1952-53 Dover, N.H. 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 Bies, Roger Bilafer, Paul Blackburn, Rod Blewett, Edward Blewett, Terry Block, Austin Blood, Bob Blow, Greg Boguniecki, Eric Borisenok, Mike Bottino, Pat Boudreau, Greg Bourque, Collin Bowler, Donald Boyce, Ed Brady, Matt Bragnalo, Christian Brandt, Bob Bray, Gil Briand, Paul Brickley, Andy Brickley, Quintin Brodeur, Albert Brophy, Robert

1985-86 21GP-0-5-5 Byfield, Mass. 1931-34 Concord, N.H. 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 Malden, Mass. 1977-81 106 GP-46-89-135 Stratford, Ont. 1965-68 Pembroke, N.H. 1930-31 Newport, N.H. 1980-84 135GP-40-87-127 Stratford, Ont. 1962-65 Bradford, N.H. 1970-73 87GP-40-53-93 Lake Placid, Ont. 2007-11 88GP 3-13-16 Long Beach, Calif. 1940-42 Topfield, Mass. 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 Hanover, N.H. 1971-75 Cambridge, Ont. 1953-56 Gilford, N.H. 1951-52 Arlington, Mass. 58-59, 60-61 27GP-9-16-0 3.84 .900 Berlin, N.H. 1924-26 Braintree, Mass. 1969-72 82GP-36-42-78 Lake Field, Ont. 2009-13 136GP 25-25-50 Thousand Oaks, Calif. 1976-78 Concord, N.H. 1989-93 39GP2-4-6 St. Louis, Mo. 1993-97 142GP-78-95-173 West Haven, Conn. 2008-12 87GP 13-24-27 Watervliet, N.Y. 1994-95 Bellmar, N.J. 1985-88 91GP-3-12-15 Medford, Mass. 2013-present 0GP 0-0-0 Goffstown, N.H. 1932-34 Milfrod, N.H. 1960-62 Hudson, Mass. 1981-82 1995- 99 134GP-3-37-40 Thunder Bay, Ont. 1966-670 84GP-69-79-148 Salol, Minn. 1950-53 Marblehead, Mass. 1946-48 North Cambridge, Mass. 1979-82 93GP68-69-137 Melrose, Mass. 1984-88 92GP-34-43-77 Melrose, Mass. 1956-59 Berlin, N.H. 1953-54 Salem, Mass.

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 Burkart, Scott Burns, Gary Busch, David Butler, Bobby Byrnes, Brian

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 Noranda, Que. 1939-41 Concord, N.H. 1969-71 59GP-4-13-17 Sudbury, Ont. 1964-65 Waterville, Maine 2003-05 1GP-0-0-0 14.46 500 Boe, N.H. 1985-86 15GP-0-0-0 West Roxbury, Mass. 2009-13 97GP 13-16-29 Lee, N.H. 1973-77 130GP-30-108-138 Melrose, Mass. 1971-75 Toronto, Ont. 1979-81 29GP-6-13-19 Toronto, Ont. 1974-78 12GP-41-52-93 Arlington, Mass. 1998-02 102GP-29-37-66 Toronto, Ont. 2006-2009 153GP 61-60-121 Marlboro, Mass. 1981-85 132GP-13-45-58 Manhasset, N.Y.

Callahan, John 1949-51 Concord, N.H. Callander, Preston 2001-05 149GP-62-68-130 Regina, Sask. Campanale, Matt 2007-11 106GP-3-21-24 Chester Springs, Pa. Camper, Jay 2011-present 37GP 3-5-8 Rocky River, Ohio Camuso, Steve 1961-64 Peabody, Mass. Canavan, Tom 1960-63 Toronto, Ont. Carlsen, Alan 1953-54 Braintree, Mass. Carlson, Arthur 37-38, 39-40 Concord, N.H. Carlson, Edwin 39-40, 41-42 Concrod, N.H. 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 Noranda, Que. Cavicchi, Trent 1992-96 81GP-40-26-6 3.87 .866 Lake Echo, N.S. Chandler, Calvin 49-50,55-56 Peabody, Mass. Chandler, Roland 1925-28 Winchester, N.H. Charlebois, Joe 2005-09 127GP-3-24-27 Potsdam, N.Y. Chebator, Bob 1990-94 147GP-16-26-42 Arlington, Mass. Chevrier, Eric 2011-12 0GP 0-0-0 South Cayuga, Ontario Childs, Montgomery 1952-55 Dover, N.H. Chisholm, Ken 1980-84 112GP-43-42-85 Stratford, Ont. Christy, Robert 1950-53 Manchester, N.H. Christy, William 1948-50 Manchester, N.H. Churchard, Tim 1963-65 Saugus, Mass. 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 Scarborough, Ont. 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 Burrillville, R.I. Cleland, Matias 2013-present 0GP 0-0-0 Longmont, Colo. Coady, Sean 1977-81 121GP-14-92-106 Scituate, Mass. Colburn, George 1928-31 Newton, Mass. 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 Troy, N.Y. Conklin, Ty 1998-01 93GP-57-23-12 2.15 .917 Anchorage, Alaska Conway, Paul 1939-41 Conway, N.H. Cooper, Jesse 1989-93 140GP-10-36-46 Lowell, Mass. Cordeiro, Ryan 1998-00 51GP7-11-18 Somerset, Mass. Corosa, Julius 1933-34 Nashua, N.H. Corriveau, John 1974-76 Manchester, N.H. Correale, Dan 2012-present 32GP 3-8-11 Prince George, British Columbia Cournoyer, Jeff 1985-87 Woonsocket, R.I. Couser, James 1937-39 Dover, N.H. Cowie, Doug 1955-57 Wakefield, Mass.

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Don Mills, Ont. Braintree, Mass. Providence, R.I. Calremont, N.H. Essex, Ont. Epping, N.H.

Daley, Fred Dalton, David David, Rich Davis, Bob Davison, Warren Dean, Kevin Dearington, Searles Dellezay, Dylan Dempsey, Jim DeSimone, Phil DeSmith, Casey Dexter, Jason Di Girolamo, Matt DiNapoli, John Doherty, John Doherty, Mark Dolan, Tom Dolloff, Charles Donovan, Rob Dorval, Mark Doucet, Norm Douris, Peter Downing, Grayson 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 Peterborough, Ont. 1937-40 Melrose, Mass. 1987-91 131GP-14-36-50 Madison, Wis. 25-26, 27-28 Melrose, Mass. Gagnon, Rob 1994-98 72GP13-12-25 Beaumont, Alb. Gardner, William 1972-73 24GP5-7-12 Petersboro, Ont. Gare, Lanny 2007-11 154GP-30-79-109 East Amherst, N.Y. Garrison, Joseph 2011-present 60GP 28-20-8, 2.27, .925 Rochester, N.H. Garvey, Leo 1990-94 141GP-40-53-93 Kingston, Ont. Gaudreault,Maxim 2008-12 63GP 30-21-8, 2.84, .908 Ambler, Pa. Gilday, John 1979-81 25GP-1-3-4 Concord, N.H. Gilgun, Charles 2003-05 20GP-1-2-3 Lynfield, Mass. Gillies, Bruce 1981-84 73GP-25-61-86 Reading, Mass. Githens, Edward 1950-52 New Haven, Conn. Glennon, Mike 1930-31 Glynn, Neil 1990-94 124GP-42-51-93 Malden, Mass. Golden, Mike 1986-88 47GP-2-6-8 Berlin, N.H. Gould, Bob 1950-51 Laconia, N.H. Goulet, Mickey 1983-85 110GP-47-39-85 Goumas, Kevin 2011-present 72GP 25-29-54Abbottsford, British Columbia Graham, Al 1963-64 Berlin, N.H. Grant, Bob 2007-09 71GP 21-28-49 Lake Orion, Mich. Grassie, Chris 1955-58 Franklin, N.H. Graves, Fred 1998-00 0GP0-0-0 Lewiston, Maine Gray, John 1995-97 50GP-21-12-33 Manchester, N.H. Grocott, Charles 1961-64 Toronto, Ont. Guilbert, Mike 1998-00 34GP3-8-11 Mississauga, Ont. Gwinn, Craig

Edgar, Barry Ellison, Scott Enders, Dan English, Brad Erbsland, Brad Evans, Mark

1973-77 127GP-62-89-151 1981-85 138GP-40-51-91 1996-00 140GP8-26-34 1996-98 38GP-2-8-10 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

1934-35,36-37 Manchester, N.H. 1968-70 Waltham, Mass. 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 Dorchester, N.H. 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 Stratford, Ont. 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 Lexington, Mass. 1946-48 Francestown, N.H. 1979-83 121GP-48-114-162 New Liskeard, Ont. 2004-08 156GP-44-74-118 Calgary, Alb.

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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.....................................2008-12 Bob Smith .....................................1970-72 Larry Smith ..................................1967-70 Pat Szturm ....................................1987-90

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Brian Byrnes .................................1981-85 Bob Davis ......................................1968-71 Matias Cleland............2013-present Kevin Dean ...................................1987-91 Jamie Fritsch................................2005-09 Dave Hagerman .........................1965-68 Connor Hardowa...................2009-2013 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

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Ken Alpern ...................................1961-62 Sean Austin.................................. 1997-01 Robbie Barker..............................2001-05 Austin Block..................................2009-13 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

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Mark Babcock .............................1985-86 Bob Blood .....................................1975-78 Christian Bragnalo .....................1997-99 Albert Brodeur............................ 1956-59 Scott Burkart ...............................1979-81 Steve Camuso .............................1961-64 George Frigard ...........................1957-60 Mickey Goulet .............................1966-69 Gary Jaquith ................................1967-70 Damon Kipp.................................2008-12 Mike Lubesnick...........................2000-04 Dylan Maller................2013-present 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

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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

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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 Trevor van Riemsdyk.2011-present

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Pat Bottino....................................1994-95 Mike Burkart ................................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.....................................2009-12 Robert Patch................................ 1957-60 Adrien Plavsic ..............................1987-88 Harry Quast.................2012-present Joe Rando..................................... 1973-77 Ed Silva ..........................................1960-62 Mike Souza ...................................1996-00 Tyson Teplitsky..................................2001-05 Peter Thompson ........................1961-63 George White ..............................1980-83

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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 Hill....................2012-present 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

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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 Matt Willows............... 2011-present

Travis Banga.................................2000-01 Christian Bragnalo......................1995-96 Bob Brandt ...................................1966-69

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Justin Aikins..................................2001-03 Terry Blewett ...............................1969-72 Allan Clark ....................................1967-70 Sean Collins..................................2003-05 Terry Flanagan............................ 1975-79 Ed Freni .........................................1972-74 Mike Golden................................ 1983-84 John Gilday.................................. 1962-65 Jeff Haydar....................................2000-01 Paul Hogan.................................. 1967-68 Lawrence King ............................1957-59 Mark McGinn ...............................1988-92 Mark Mowers.............................. 1994-98 Sean Perry.................................... 1992-93 Ron Reeve ....................................1978-82 Mike Rossetti............................... 1984-88 Jason Shipulski........................... 1998-00 Ted Sobozenski..............1958-59, 60-61 Dalton Speelman....... 2009-present Pete Swanson .............................1951-53 Alan Thompson...................................2005-09

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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...............................2009-13 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 Roger Bies.....................................1953-55 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

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Dan Correale..............2012-present Mark Doherty ..............................1981-84 Mike Glennon .............................1984-86 Richard Haggerty ......................1962-63 Ron Noble.....................................1961-62 Paul Surdam................................ 1976-79 Chris Thayer .................................1987-88

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W.R. Bartlett .................................1930-31 Mike Borisenok............................2008-12 Josh Ciocco...................................2003-07 David Busch................................. 1999-02 David Dalton ...............................1983-84 Dan Forget................................... 1979-83 Maxim Gaudreault......2012-present 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

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Riel Bellegarde............................ 1987-91 Dave Bertollo.............................. 1971-75 Jay Camper................. 2011-present 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...........................2009-11 Kevin Thurston ...........................1984-86 Dan Travis......................................2003-05

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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 Jensen................................ 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 Sweeney...............................1969-70

Jim Abbott ...................................1999-03 Quintin Brickley ..........................1984-88 Preston Callander.......................2003-05 Ken Chisholm ..............................1980-84 Danny Dries..................................2007-09 Jon Fontas ....................................1974-78 Brett Hemingway.......................2005-07 Brett Kostolansky........................2009-13 Dan McPherson ..........................1978-79 Steve O’Brien ...............................1995-99 Tom O’Brien..................................1994-95 Harold “Dude” Thorn .................1963-66 Richard Umile............................. 1969-72 Domenic Amodeo..................... 1988-92 Fred Daley.................................... 1973-74 Dylan Dellezay.............................1994-97 Jason Dexter ................................1990-94 Al Adams........................................1948-51 Brad Flaishans..............................2004-08 Ed Boyce .......................................1960-62 Bob Francis.................................. 1977-80 Alan Catto ....................................1968-71 Jim Harvie.................................... 1973-77 Cliff Cox......................................... 1972-76 Dave Hinman.............................. 1970-71 Chris Grassie................................ 1986-90 Tim Horst.......................................2001-04 Tim Hanley ...................................1984-88 Richard Lamontagne ................1960-63 John Henrion...............................2009-13 Steve Lyons ..................................1980-83 Brad Holt....................................... 1976-79 Ken Marchand ............................1968-69 Matt Hoppe..................................2001-04 Al Myer ..........................................1963-64 Tyler Kelleher..............2013-present Johnny Rogers............................ 1997-01 Peter LeBlanc...............................2006-07 Mike Roth .....................................1985-87 Greg Manz.....................................2007-09 Mike Sislo......................................2008-11 Nathan Martz...............................2000-01 Casey Thrush.............. 2011-present Jay Miller .......................................1979-83 Doug Towler................................ 1971-73 Tom O’Brien ....................1992-94, 95-96 Rod West....................................... 1967-68 Brian Pouliot.................................2004-05 Bill H. Rothwell ............................1965-67 Scott Robison...............................1994-95 John Sadowski ............................1996-00

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Joe Bartlett................................... 1965-68 Collin Bourque.............2013-present 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..................................2009-11 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

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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..................................2008-12 Pat Norton ....................................1992-97 Brett Pesce...................2012-present Mike Radja...............................2006-2008 Tom St. Onge ...............................1977-79 Kevin Truelson.............................2000-03

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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.............................2008-12 Walter Read .................................1956-59 Frank Roy...................................... 1975-79

Kevin Schrader........................... 1985-87 Matt Shramek .............................1979-81 Kyle Smith..................2012- present Trevor Smith.................................2005-07 Jeff St. Laurent............................ 1990-91 Kurt Wright...................................2002-03

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Matt Campanale.......................................2007-11 Ryan Cordeiro .............................1998-00 John DiNapoli............................. 1979-81 Chris Laganas ..............................1983-87 Bruce MacDonald...................... 1987-91 Collin MacDonald.......2012-present Joe Marsh......................................1974-75 Nick Poole ....................................1991-95 Charles Prescott .........................1950-51 Seamus Stack...............................2001-02 Shawn Vinz...................................2003-07 Tim Walsh......................................1996-98

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Mike Beck......................................2007-11 David Busch..................................1998-99 Patrick Foley................................ 1999-04 Kristian Hanson...........................1994-96 Lars Johannson ..........................1986-87 Jason Shipulski.......................1996-1998 Glenn Stewart .............................1990-94

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Greg Burke....................................2009-13 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 Grayson Downing...... 2011-present George Healey ............................1949-52 Steve Horner ...............................1985-89 Ansel Ivens-Anderson......................2009-11 Blake Kessel..................................2008-09 Jason Krog ....................................1995-99 Andrew Leach..............................2002-06

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Ty Conklin..................................... 1998-01 Casey DeSmith........... 2011-present Mike Guilbert ..............................1991-92 Eric Fitzgerald .............................1992-97 Brian Foster..............................2006-2009 Jeff Pietrasiak........................................2002-06

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Nate Armstrong .........................1996-97 Matt Carney................................. 1997-02 Trent Cavicchi .............................1992-96 Matt Di Girolamo........................2008-12 Jim McInerny ...............................1991-92 Pat Morrison ................................1987-91 Todd Pearson ..............................1981-83 Greg Rota .....................................1982-86

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

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Dylan Dellezay ............................1997-98 Todd Hall........................................1993-95 Jamie Regan................2012-present Kevin Regan.............................2004-2008

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Eric Boguniecki ...........................1993-97 Brian Yandle..................................2002-06

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Mike Ayers ....................................2001-04

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Trevor Amundrud.......................1994-96 Jeff Wyer..................... 2010-present

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Mark Kolanos...............................2003-06

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Tim Collins.................................... 1999-00 Matt Dzieduszycki..................... 1999-00

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Travis Banga.................................2000-02 Phil DeSimone.............................2008-11 Matt Fornataro.....................................2004-08

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Sean Matile ..................................1996-99

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Ryan Randall ............. 2011-present

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Andrew Frechette ......................1951-52

Unknown Wildcats Numbers George Abbe............................... 1930-33 Karl Adams................................... 1941-42 Robert Allard ...............................1939-41 Ken Alpern....................................1961-62 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 GithEns ..........................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

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U N H H OC K E Y Derek Bekar Year Team 99-00 St. Louis 02-03 Los Angeles 03-04 NY Islanders Total

GP G A P 1 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 11 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 G A P 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 8 0 1 1 80 22 27 49 27 6 4 10 47 6 10 16 11 0 0 0 178 34 42 76

Andy Brickley Year Team GP G A P 82-83 Philadelphia 3 1 1 2 83-84 Pittsburgh 50 18 20 38 84-85 Pittsburgh 45 7 15 22 86-87 New Jersey 51 11 12 23 87-88 New Jersey 45 8 14 22 88-89 Boston 71 13 22 35 89-90 Boston 43 12 28 40 90-91 Boston 40 2 9 11 91-92 Boston 23 10 17 27 Total 371 82 138 220 Gary Burns Year Team 80-81 NY Rangers

GP G A P 11 2 2 4

Bobby Butler (Florida) Year Team 09-10 Ottawa 10-11 Ottawa 11-12 Ottawa 12-13 New Jersey 12-13 Nashville Total

GP G A P 2 0 0 0 36 10 11 21 56 6 10 12 14 1 1 2 20 3 6 9 128 20 27 44

Matt Campanale Year Team 10-11 NY Islanders

GP G A P 1 0 0 0

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

GP G A P 1 0 0 0 7 0 1 1 8 0 1 1

Ty Conklin Year Team GP W-L-T 01-02 Edmonton 4 2-0-0 03-04 Edmonton 38 17-14-4 05-06 Edmonton 18 8-5-1 06-07 Columbus/Buffalo 16 1-2-0 07-08 PIttsburgh 33 18-8-0-5 08-09 Detriot 40 25-11-2 09-10 St. Louis 26 10-10-0 10-11 St. Louis 25 8-8-4 11-12 Detroit 15 5-6-1 Total 190 96-67-8 Bruce Crowder Year Team 81-82 Boston 82-83 Boston 83-84 Boston 84-85 Pittsburgh

GAA 1.62 2.42 2.80 3.34 2.51 2.51 2.48 3.22 3.28 2.61

GP G A P 63 16 11 27 80 21 19 40 74 6 14 20 26 4 7 11

Total 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 55 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 Jon Fontas Year Team 79-80 Minnesota 80-81 Minnesota Total 0 Bob Francis Year Team 82-83 Detroit 2 Jamie Fritsch Year Team 08-09 Philadelphia Total

243 47 51 GP G A P 17 0 1 1 41 0 6 6 28 2 4 6 50 1 8 9 62 1 10 11 23 1 0 1 14 0 0 0 27 2 8 10 69 0 11 11 331 7 48 GP G A P 11 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 4 0 2 2 36 5 6 11 39 5 2 7 54 10 13 23 19 4 4 8 74 12 22 34 46 10 11 21 37 8 7 15 1 0 0 0 321 54 67 121 GP G A P 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 GP G A P 14 2 0 GP G A P 1 0 0 0 1 0 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 G A P 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 16 3 0 3 60 18 13 31 80 22 18 40 78 21 19 40 78 14 19 33 79 19 19 38 78 23 27 50 72 12 14 26 75 5 13 18 77 8 17 25 697 145 159 304

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

GP G A P 75 35 33 68 79 35 45 80 28 10 10 20 47 21 20 41 77 35 23 58 57 10 15 25 363 146 146 292

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

GP G A P 2 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 16 1 7 8 1 0 0 0

Total

23 1 7

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

GP G A P 80 19 20 39 50 19 22 41 29 6 9 15 80 16 25 41 79 14 19 33 27 1 8 9 345 75 103 178

Jason Krog 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 G A P 17 2 4 6 9 0 3 3 2 0 0 0 67 10 15 25 80 6 12 18 23 3 3 6 4 1 0 1 202 22 37 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 G A P 30 2 4 6 25 6 7 13 39 4 7 11 1 0 0 0 53 8 9 17 64 17 11 28 15 5 2 7 18 0 2 2 74 11 20 31 319 53 62 115

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 G A P 45 3 4 7 77 7 29 36 80 11 34 45 66 5 34 39 80 3 29 32 80 9 24 33 79 4 22 26 71 1 17 18 78 2 25 27 63 3 13 16 76 2 19 21 58 0 8 8 56 1 7 8 64 0 13 13 21 0 0 0 994 51 278 329

Jeff Lazaro Year Team 90-91 Boston 91-92 Boston 92-93 Ottawa Total

GP G A P 49 5 13 18 27 3 6 9 26 6 4 10 102 14 23 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

GP G A P 11 1 1 2 15 1 0 1 8 1 1 2 74 11 19 30 70 18 14 32 68 11 19 30 78 31 29 60 79 26 25 51 42 5 10 15 35 5 6 11 59 9 13 22

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14 2 4 6 17 2 1 3 45 4 5 9 9 0 2 2 22 1 1 2 56 2 3 5 702 130 153 283

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

GP G A P 3 0 0 0 80 20 38 58 53 7 9 16 66 32 42 74 72 13 24 37 56 6 15 21 48 8 20 28 12 1 3 4 46 11 9 20 1 0 0 0 437 98 160 258

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 G A P 46 3 0 3 55 1 4 5 78 7 12 19 37 2 4 6 29 5 3 8 68 10 2 12 66 8 12 20 67 4 7 11 446 40 44 84

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 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 G A P 76 20 20 40 77 15 33 48 80 16 25 41 30 4 4 8 22 5 1 6 56 11 20 31 63 4 16 20 404 75 119 194 GP G A P 4 0 0 0 GP G A P 30 0 6 6 41 4 5 9 14 1 2 3 52 3 8 11 46 4 11 15 78 5 12 17 17 1 0 1 278 18 44 62 GP G A P 5 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 53 1 4 5 11 2 3 5 30 1 1 2 10 0 3 3 8 0 0 0 22 1 1 2 32 0 2 2 72 8 18 26 26 3 4 7 279 16 37 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 G A P 2 0 0 0 20 5 6 11 7 0 0 0 8 0 1 1 65 8 12 20 16 2 4 6 118 15 23 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 G A P 4 0 1 1 11 3 2 5 48 2 10 12 16 1 9 10 57 6 21 27 47 1 9 10 3 0 1 1 15 2 1 3 7 1 2 3 6 0 0 0 214 16 56 72

Chris Pryor Year Team 84-85 Minnesota 85-86 Minnesota 86-87 Minnesota 87-88 Minnesota 87-88 NY Islanders 88-89 NY Islanders 89-90 NY Islanders Total

GP G A P 4 0 0 0 7 0 1 1 50 1 3 4 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 82 1 4 5

Trevor Smith Year Team 08-09 NY Islanders 11-12 Tampa Bay 12-13 Pittsburgh Total

GP G A P 7 1 0 1 16 2 3 5 1 0 0 0 24 3 3 6

Garrett Stafford Year Team 07-08 Detriot 08-09 Dallas 10-11 Phoenix Total

GP G A P 2 0 0 0 3 0 2 2 2 0 0 0 7 0 2 2

James van Riemsdyk (Toronto) Year Team GP G A P 09-10 Philadelphia 78 15 20 35 10-11 Philadelphia 75 21 19 40 11-12 Philadelphia 43 11 13 24 12-13 Toronto 48 18 14 32 Total 244 65 66 131 Chris Winnes Year Team 91-92 Boston 92-93 Boston 93-94 Philadelphia Total

GP G A P 24 1 3 4 5 0 1 1 4 0 2 2 33 1 6 7

Daniel Winnik (Anaheim) Year Team 07-08 Phoenix 08-09 Phoenix 09-10 Phoenix 10-11 Colorado 11-12 Colorado 11-12 San Jose 12-13 Anaheim Total

GP G A P 79 11 15 26 49 3 4 7 74 4 15 19 80 11 15 26 63 5 13 42 21 3 2 10 48 6 13 19 414 43 77 120

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U N H H OC K E Y Current UNH Players Chosen in the NHL Draft Eric Knodel- Toronto Maple Leafs (5th Round, Pick No. 128, 2009) Brett Pesce- Carolina Hurricanes (3rd Round, Pick No. 66, 2013) Knodel

FORMER ‘CATS IN HOCKEY

OTHER WILDCAT SUPERLATIVES 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 Rube Bjorkman

1948-52

Adrien Plavsic

1992

Jeff Lazaro

1994

Steve Leach

1988

Jeff Lazaro

Steve Leach (Team USA, 1988)

(Team USA, 1994)

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

Pesce

Mike Ayers Dana Barbin Robbie Barker Bill Beaney Christian Bragnalo Eric Boguniecki Tim Burke Josh Ciocco Gordie Clark Sean Collins Kevin Dean Mark Doherty Patrick Foley Rob Gagnon Chris Grassie Kristian Hanson Peter Herms Jamie Hislop Brad Holt Eric Lind Steve Lyons Mark McGinn Jim McGrath Mike McShane Frank Messina Mark Mowers Tom Nolan Patrick Norton Steve Pleau Chris Pryor Eric Royal James Richmond Teddy Russell Mike Souza Glenn Stewart Tim Walsh Mark White

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Tradition. Pride. excellence.

Boston College Phillips Exeter Academy Lawrence Academy Middlebury Shattuck St. Mary’s Bridgeport Sound Tigers San Jose Sharks Alaska-Anchorage New York Rangers Reading High School (Mass.) Providence Bruins Reading High School (Mass.) Northeastern University Cushing Academy Seacoast Spartans St. John’s Prep (Mass.) Seton Hall Prep (N.J.) Minnesota Wild Univ. of New England Yale University Phoenix Coyotes Salem High School (N.H.) Mercer Chiefs Norwich University Hingham High School (Mass.) Montreal Canadiens Nashville Predators Tilton Prep School Edmonton (WHL) Philadelphia Flyers Marshwood High School (Maine) Georgetown (OPJHL) Lebanon Valley (Pa.) UConn Merrimack College Bow High School (N.H.) Brown University

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Kevin Dean, 1991

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

Rod Langway, 1977

Stanley Cup Winner New Jersey Devils (1995)

Stanley Cup Winner Montreal Canadiens (1979)

Norm Lacombe, 1983

Dave Lumley, 1977

Stanley Cup Winner Edmonton Oilers (1988)

Stanley Cup Winner Edmonton Oilers (1984, 1985)

WILDCATS SELECTED IN THE NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE DRAFT Player..................................Team......................Pick No...........Year Brett Pesce..........................Carolina.......................... 66......... 2013 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 GP Sv GA Sv% SO GAA 1959-60 13 315 35 .900 2 2.98 1960-61 14 595 66 .900 0 4.86 TOTAL 27 910 101 .900 2 3.84

Gordie Clark~ 1973, 1974

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

Cap Raeder~ 1974

Year GP G A P PPG 1971-72 30 27 30 57 1.90 1972-73 29 24 28 52 1.79 1973-74 31  25 28 53 1.71 TOTAL 90 76 86 162 1.80

Year GP Sv GA Sv% SO GAA W-L-T 1972-73 20 581 67 .897 1 3.35 9-7-2 1973-74 22 572 58 .908 1 2.64 15-7-0 1974-75 27 708 90 .887 0 3.60 18-8-1 TOTAL 69 1861 215 .896 2 3.21 42-22-3

• 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

• 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

Cliff Cox~ 1976

Jamie Hislop~ 1976

Year GP G A P PPG 1972-73 26 9 7 16 0.61 1973-74 31 27 30 57 1.84 1974-75 20 17 19 36 1.80 1975-76 30 34 32 66 2.20 TOTAL 107 87 88 175 1.63

Year GP G A P PPG 1972-73 26 5 16 21 0.81 1973-74 31 21 35 56 1.81 1974-75 30 28 38 66 2.20 1975-76 31 23 43 66 2.13 TOTAL 118 77 132 209 1.77

• 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

• 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

Bob Miller~ 1977 Year GP G A P PPG 1974-75 26 21 38 59 2.27 1976-77 38 30 59 89 2.34 TOTAL 64 51 97 148 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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Tim Burke~1977 Year GP G A P PPG 1973-74 31 6 30 36 1.16 1974-75 30 9 26 35 1.17 1975-76 31 9 25 34 1.10 1976-77 38 6 27 33 0.87 TOTAL 130 30 108 138 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 GP Sv GA Sv% SO GAA 1990-91 24 770 80 .905 0 3.22 1991-92 35 976 111 .897 2 3.28 TOTAL 59 1746 191 .901 2 3.26

Ralph Cox~ 1978, 1979

Andy Brickley~1982

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

Year GP G A P PPG 1979-80 27 15 17 32 1.18 1980-81 31 27 25 52 1.68 1981-82 35 26 27 53 1.51 TOTAL 93 68 69 137 1.47

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

Year GP G A P PPG 1988-89 32 6 12 18 0.56 1989-90 39 19 26 45 1.15 1990-91 34 15 22 37 1.09 1991-92 37 26 42 68 1.84 TOTAL 142 66 102 168 1.18

Tim Murray~1997 Year GP G A P PPG 1993-94 40 3 5 8 0.20 1994-95 33 0 6 6 0.18 1995-96 34 4 16 20 0.59 1996-97 37 0 37 37 1.00 TOTAL 144 7 64 71 0.49

• 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

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• 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

• 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

Jayme Filipowicz~ 1999

Year GP G A P PPG 1994-95 36 13 23 36 1.00 1995-96 34 21 26 47 1.38 1996-97 39 26 32 58 1.49 1997-98 35 25 31 56 1.60 TOTAL 144 85 112 197 1.37

Year GP G A P PPG 1996-97 35 3 16 19 0.54 1997-98 38 3 28 31 0.82 1998-99 41 8 30 38 0.92 TOTAL 114 14 74 88 0.77

• 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

• 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

Ty Conklin~2000, 2001 Year GP Sv GA Sv% SO GAA 1998-99 22 491 41 .923 0 1.84 1999-00 37 893 91 .908 2 2.51 2000-01 34 804 70 .920 5 2.05 TOTAL 93 2188 202 .916 7 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

Darren Haydar~2002 Year GP G A P PPG 1998-99 41 31 30 61 1.49 1999-00 38 22 19 41 1.08 2000-01 39 18 23 41 1.05 2001-02 40 31 45 76 1.90 TOTAL 158 102 117 219 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 PPG 1995-96 34 4 16 20 0.59 1996-97 39 23 44 67 1.72 1997-98 38 33 33 66 1.74 1998-99 41 34 51 85 2.07 TOTAL 152 94 144 238 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 A P PPG 1999-00 22 3 5 8 0.36 2000-01 37 9 18 27 0.73 2001-02 40 33 33 66 1.65 2002-03 40 22 25 47 1.18 TOTAL 139 67 81 148 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

Tradition. Pride. excellence.

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Mike Ayers ~ 2003 Year GP Sv GA Sv% SO GAA 2000-01 4 14 2 .875 0 4.68 2001-02 20 493 46 .915 1 2.44 2002-03 41 1139 91 .926 7 2.18 2003-04 36 886 100 .899 5 2.86 TOTAL 101 2532 239 .914 13 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 A P PPG 2001-02 40 20 25 45 1.13 2002-03 41 22 8 30 0.73 2003-04 41 16 26 42 1.02 2004-05 42 19 37 56 1.33 TOTAL 164 77 96 173 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

Year GP G A P PPG 1999-00 32 6 14 20 0.63 2000-01 39 11 20 31 0.80 2001-02 40 9 31 40 1.00 2002-03 40 22 29 51 1.28 TOTAL 151 48 94 142 0.94

• 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

Brian Yandle ~ 2005, 2006 Year GP G A P PPG 2002-03 31 1 5 6 0.19 2003-04 41 11 17 28 0.68 2004-05 41 13 22 35 0.85 2005-06 38 6 23 29 0.76 TOTAL 151 31 77 98 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

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Steve Saviano ~ 2004 Year GP G A P PPG 2000-01 16 1 1 2 0.12 2001-02 40 13 14 27 0.67 2002-03 42 9 30 39 0.93 2003-04 41 27 22 49 1.20 TOTAL 139 50 67 117 0.84

• 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

Trevor Smith ~ 2007 Year GP G A P PPG 2005-06 39 10 10 20 0.51 2006-07 39 21 22 43 1.10 TOTAL 58 31 32 63 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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Brad Flaishans ~ 2008

Matt Fornataro ~ 2008 Year GP G A P PPG 2004-05 41 8 12 20 0.49 2005-06 38 5 7 12 0.31 2006-07 39 13 27 40 1.02 2007-08 38 18 28 46 1.21 TOTAL 156 44 74 118 0.75

Year GP G A P PPG 2004-05 30 2 8 10 0.33 2005-06 38 2 8 10 0.26 2006-07 39 4 19 23 0.59 2007-08 37 5 19 24 0.65 TOTAL 144 13 54 67 0.46

• 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.

• 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

Mike Radja ~ 2008 Year GP G A P PPG 2004-05 42 8 12 20 0.47 2005-06 38 8 9 17 0.45 2006-07 33 19 18 37 1.12 2007-08 36 19 24 43 1.19 TOTAL 149 54 63 117 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 GP Sv GA Sv% SO GAA 2004-05 23 644 50 .928 0 2.35 2005-06 22 604 57 .914 3 2.63 2006-07 35 1025 71 .935 3 2.06 2007-08 32 962 72 .930 3 2.21 TOTAL 112 3235 250 .928 9 2.27

W-L-T 15-4-2 8-8-5 24-9-2 23-8-1 70-29-10

• 2008 Hobey Baker Finalist and Walter Brown 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

Brian Foster ~ 2010 Year GP Sv GA Sv% SO GAA 2006-07 7 154 11 .933 2 2.21 2007-08 6 170 19 .899 0 3.06 2008-09 35 935 93 .910 3 2.68 2009-10 38 1128 114 .908 0 2.98 TOTAL 86 2,387 237 .910 5 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

Blake kessel ~ 2010, 2011 Year GP G A P PPG 2008-09 37 6 7 13 0.37 2009-10 38 10 28 38 1.00 2010-11 39 5 22 27 0.69 TOTAL 114 21 57 78 0.68

• UNH’s seventh two-time All-American • Two-time first-team All Hockey East selection and New England All Star • Ranked second in the nation in 2010 defensive scoring •Two-time Winner of the Rod Langway Best Defensemen Award

Tradition. Pride. excellence.

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Bobby Butler ~ 2010

Paul Thompson ~ 2011

Trevor van Riemsdyk ~2013

Year GP G A P PPG 2006-07 38 9 3 12 0.32 2007-08 38 14 12 26 0.68 2008-09 38 9 21 30 0.79 2009-10 39 29 24 53 1.36 TOTAL 153 61 60 121 0.79

Year GP G A P PPG 2007-08 35 6 6 12 0.34 2008-09 28 4 5 9 0.32 2009-10 39 19 20 39 1.00 2010-11 39 28 24 52 1.33 TOTAL 141 57 55 112 0.79

Year GP G A P PPG 2011-12 37 4 15 19 0.51 2012-13 39 8 25 33 0.85 TOTAL 76 12 40 52 0.68

• Hobey Baker “Hat Trick” Finalist in 2010, ranking second in the nation in scoring with 53 points (29g, 24a) • Led the Wildcats to NCAA tournament in each of his four seasons • Helped the ‘Cats to three Hockey East regular season championships (2007, 2008, 2010)

• Hobey Baker top 10 finalist • Ranked ninth nationally in scoring as a senior with 52 points (28g, 24a) • Earned seven prestigious awards as a senior, including Hockey East Player of the Year

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• Named to the 2011 Hockey East All-Rookie Team • A 2012 All-New England selection • Ranked third among nation’s defensemen in scoring (.85 ppg) in 2012

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U N H H OC K E Y 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.

STEVE SAVIANO, ‘04 FORWARD READING, MASS.

DARREN HAYDAR, ‘02 FORWARD MILTON, ONTARIO 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 left 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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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 leaguebest 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.

All-American and Hobey Baker top 10 finalist, Paul Thompson finished his senior year with 52 points (28 goals, 24 assists) which led the ‘Cats in scoring and ranked ninth nationally. Thompson’s stellar senior season earned him several prestigious accolades including the Leonard Fowle award (NE MVP), the Herb Gallagher Award (NE’s Best Forward), Hockey East Player of the Year, Hockey East First-Team All-Star and the Army ROTC Three Stars Award. Paul ended his superb career with 112 points, including 57 goals and 55 assists.

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). 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.

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U N H H OC K E Y 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.

HOBEY BAKER AWARD RECIPIENTS

Year Player Team Conference 1981 Neal Broten Minnesota WCHA 1982 George McPhee Bowling Green CCHA 1983 Mark Fusco Harvard ECAC 1984 Tom Kurvers Minnesota-Duluth WCHA 1985 Bill Watson Minnesota-Duluth WCHA 1986 Scott Fusco Harvard ECAC 1987 Tony Hrkac North Dakota WCHA 1988 Robb Stauber Minnesota WCHA 1989 Lane MacDonald Harvard ECAC 1990 Kip Miller Michigan State CCHA 1991 David Emma Boston College HEA 1992 Scott Pellerin Maine HEA 1993 Paul Kariya Maine HEA 1994 Chris Marinucci Minnesota-Duluth WCHA 1995 Brian Holzinger Bowling Green CCHA 1996 Brian Bonin Minnesota WCHA 1997 Brendan Morrison Michigan CCHA 1998 Chris Drury Boston University HEA 1999 Jason Krog New Hampshire HEA 2000 Mike Mottau Boston College HEA 2001 Ryan Miller Michigan State CCHA 2002 Jordan Leopold Minnesota WCHA 2003 Peter Sejna Colorado College WCHA 2004 Junior Lessard Minnesota-Duluth WCHA 2005 Marty Sertich Colorado College WCHA 2006 Matt Carle Denver WCHA 2007 Ryan Duncan North Dakota WCHA 2008 Kevin Porter Michigan CCHA 2009 Matt Gilroy Boston University HEA 2010 Blake Geoffrion Wisconsin WCHA 2011 Andy Miele Miami CCHA 2012 Jack Connolly Minnesota-Duluth WCHA 2013 Drew LeBlanc St. Coud State WCHA

Tradition. Pride. excellence.

UNH HOCKEY THE ROAD TO THE FROZEN FOUR 2014 Frozen Four Site Information 2014 Sites Frozen Four: April 10 and 12 Wells Fargo Center- Philadelphia Northeast: March 28-30 DCU Center- Worcester, Mass. Host: Holy Cross East: March 28-29 Webster Bank Arena- Bridgeport, Conn. Host: Fairfield and Yale West: March 29-30 XCel Energy Center- St. Paul, Minn. Host: Minnesota Midwest: March 28-29 U.S. Bank Arena- Cincinnati, Ohio Host: Miami (Ohio)

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