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Laurier Golden Hawks Athletics General Information

WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY 75 University Avenue West, Waterloo, Ontario N2L 3C5

Founded: 1911 Enrollment: 12,467 (full-time) President: Dr. Robert Rosehart Conference: Ontario University Athletics, OUA Colours: Purple and Gold Nickname: Golden Hawks Number of Intercollegiate Teams: 23 (15 sports) Phone: (519) 884-0710, ext. 2184 Fax: (519) 884-0203 Director of Athletics and Recreation: Peter Baxter ext. 2216 Coordinator of Interuniversity Sport: Wally Gabler ext. 3428 Sports Information Coordinator: Ari Grossman ext. 6483 8 National Championships Basketball (1), Football (2), Hockey (1), Soccer (4) 46 Provincial Championships (Basketball, Curling, Field Lacrosse, Football, Hockey, Soccer)

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TABLE OF CONTENTS MEN'S HOCKEY INFORMATION

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CIS CHAMPIONSHIP INFORMATION

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ROSTER

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SEASON IN REVIEW

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ROAD TO NATIONALS

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06/07 STATISTICAL INFORMATION

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COACHING & SUPPORT STAFF

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GOLDEN HAWKS BIO'S

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HISTORICAL RECORDS VS OUA OPPONENTS

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TEAM HISTORICAL RESULTS

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ALL-TIME STATISTICAL LEADERS

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AWARDS AND HONOURS

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HISTORICAL TEAM RESULTS AT NATIONALS

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WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY AND THE WATERLOO AREA

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GOLDEN HAWK MEN'S HOCKEY National Finalists: Finalists: 1988/89 vs York, 1989/90 vs Moncton Provincial Champions: 1982/83, 1988/89, 1989/90 Provincial Finalists: 1977/78, 1985/86, 1991/92, 2006/07

COACHING INFORMATION

Head Coach: Kelly Nobes 22-5-1-0 (4-1 playoffs) (519) 884-0710 ext. 2465 Assistant Coaches: Dave Williams, Doug Carmichael Equipment Manager: Mike Dow Team Doctor: Dr. Richard Tiegs Videographer: Chris Thom Statistician: Tom Pettigrew Athletic Therapist: Jamie Carlson ext. 2178 Student Trainer: Chris Grolla Scout: Keri Kettle Team Captain: Matt Grennier Assistants: Riley Moher, Nick Vergeer, Adam Wood

WATERLOO MEMORIAL RECREATION COMPLEX Clarica Arena (Olympic Ice Surface) Opened: September 1993

First Regular Season Game at Facility: Oct. 28/98 vs Guelph (W 4-2) Capacity: 4,500 (3,400 Seats) 101 Father David Bauer Drive, Waterloo, ON Phone: (519) 886-1177

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CIS Championship Information The Golden Hawks find themselves in the National Championships for the second consecutive year and their seventh overall appearance in post conference play. Following the arrival of new coach Kelly Nobes, Laurier started off the season on the right foot, and have been the premier team in the OUA all season long. This year’s team led the country in wins with 22,

posting a regular season record of 22-5-1 overall, setting a new Laurier record. Along the way Laurier entered the CIS Top Ten at #10 in November and have maintained a position since, finishing the year with a ranking of #3. The Hawks enter the nationals playing St. FX who they have yet to compete against. Also in their pool is Moncton, who Laurier has played the most in post-conference play and has faced in a National Championship game (1989/90 - L 2-1).

Seedings, Pools and Schedule for Nationals 1. Moncton Aigles Bleus (AUS champions 22-4-0-2 regular season, 4-0 playoffs) 2. Saskatchewan Huskies (Canada West champions / 16-9-0-3 regular season, 4-1 playoffs) 3. UQTR Patriotes (OUA champions / 17-5-3-3 regular season, 5-1 playoffs) 4. Laurier Golden Hawks (OUA finalists / 22-5-1-0 regular season, 4-1 playoffs) 5. UNB Varsity Reds (AUS finalists / 18-8-0-3 regular season, 3-3 playoffs) 6. StFX X-Men (AUS bronze medalists / 17-9-0-3 regular season, 5-3 playoffs) Pool A 1. Moncton, 4. Laurier, 6. StFX Pool B 2. Saskatchewan, 3. UQTR, 5. UNB Records vs Opponents in Post-Conference Play (since 1970) Acadia Alberta Brandon McGill Moncton UQTR Saskatchewan St. Thomas York

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TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE (all times LOCAL) Thursday, March 22 14:00 Pool B #1: Saskatchewan vs. UNB 19:00 Pool A #1: Laurier vs. StFX Friday, March 23 14:00 Pool B #2: UQTR vs. Loser Pool B #1 19:00 Pool A #2: Moncton vs. Loser Pool A #1 Saturday, March 24 12:30 Pool B #3: UQTR vs. Winner Pool B #1 (Live on TSN) 20:00 Pool A #3: Moncton vs. Winner Pool A #1 (Live on TSN) Sunday, March 25 20:00 Championship final (Live on TSN & RDS)

Previous Laurier Results at the Nationals 1982-83 Laurier 5 Brandon 4 Laurier 1 Saskatchewan 10

1989-90 Laurier 2 UQTR 1 (SF) Laurier 1 Moncton 2 (F)

1985-86 (Atlantic Regional) Laurier 4 Moncton 5 Laurier 3 Moncton 7 Moncton wins best of three to advance to semi-finals

1991-92 Laurier 2 Acadia 5 (SF)

1988-89 Laurier 8 Moncton 4 (SF) Laurier 2 York 5 (F)

2000-01 (Pool A) Laurier 3 St. Thomas 2 Laurier 4 UQTR 10 2005-2006 Laurier 3 McGill 4 (OT) Laurier 2 Alberta 8 3


2006-2007 Roster

Alphabetical Roster

Numerical Roster # Player Pos 1 Mike Thomson G 3 Chad Kennedy D 4 Adam Wood D 5 Adam Maccarone D 6 Randy Frew D 7 Jordan Fair D 8 Jeff Borrows F 9 Jayme Helmer F 10 Chris Di Ubaldo F 11 Luke Dubbin F 12 Rob Dmytruk D 14 John Thiel F 17 Ryan Courtney F 18 Riley Moher D 19 Nick Vergeer F 22 James Edgar F 24 Nathan Peacock F 25 Ma� Maccarone F 26 Luke Girard F 27 Ma� Grennier F 30 Jeff MacDougald G 32 Chace Nusca F 33 Mark Voakes F 35 Aaron Forer G 44 Mike LeClair F 57 J Tyler Grover D

# 8 17 10 12 11 22 7 35 6 26 27 57 9 3 44 5 25 30 18 32 24 14 1 19 33 4

Name Jeff Borrows Ryan Courtney Chris Di Ubaldo Rob Dmytruk Luke Dubbin James Edgar Jordan Fair Aaron Forer Randy Frew Luke Girard Ma� Grennier J Tyler Grover Jayme Helmer Chad Kennedy Mike LeClair Adam Maccarone Ma� Maccarone Jeff MacDougald Riley Moher Chace Nusca Nathan Peacock John Thiel Mike Thomson Nick Vergeer Mark Voakes Adam Wood

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

Ht 5’ 9 6’ 3 6’ 2 5’ 10 6’ 1 5’ 11 5’ 11 5’ 11 5’ 11 6’ 3 6’ 1 6’ 2 6’ 1 5’ 11 6’ 5 6’ 2 6’ 7 6’ 0 6’ 1 5’ 10 5’ 11 6’ 0 5’ 9 5’ 6 6’ 0 6’ 2

Year 1 3 4 4 1 4 2 2 2 2 4 2 1 1 1 1 2 2 4 2 1 2 2 3 2 4

Elig 1 3 4 4 2 4 2 2 2 2 4 2 1 1 1 1 2 2 4 2 1 2 2 3 3 4

Program Arts Arts Business Geography Arts Geography Org. Ldrshp Psychology Arts History Economics Psychology Comm. Std. Arts Arts Arts Psychology Geography Sociology Business Arts English Business Geography Geography Economics

Hometown London, ON Ennismore, ON Winnipeg, MB Scarborough, ON Midland, ON Brigden, ON Guelph, ON Melfort, SK Sarnia, ON Mississauga, ON Dryden, ON Consort, AB Haley Station, ON Mississauga, ON Calgary, AB Whitby, ON Whitby, ON Shallow Lake, ON Port Credit, ON Burlington, ON Tillsonburg, ON Waterloo, ON Barrie, ON West Lorne, ON St.Thomas, ON Toronto, ON

The Golden Hawks are members of Ontario University Athletics, a regional conference of Canadian Interuniversity Sport

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Season in Review Exhibition Sep-21 W 7-3 Guelph Oct-6 L 2-11 Michigan State Oct-7 L 3-8 W. Michigan York Invitational Sep-30 L 3-4 York Oct-1 L 2-3 Western Lakehead Invitational Dec-27 L 1-2 Toronto Dec-28 W 5-4 Calgary Dec-29 W 4-3 Lakehead Dec-30 L 2-3 Toronto Regular Season

Oct-13 Oct-14 Oct-21 Oct-22 Oct-27 Oct-28 Nov-3 Nov-4 Nov-10 Nov-11 Nov-17 Nov-18 Nov-23 Nov-25 Nov-30 Dec-2 Jan-4 Jan-6 Jan-11 Jan-13 Jan-18 Jan-20 Jan-26 Jan-27 Feb-1 Feb-3 Feb-8 Feb-10

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

Toronto Ryerson RMC Queen’s Waterloo Western Windsor Windsor Concordia UQTR McGill O�awa Guelph York Brock Brock York Guelph Brock Brock York Guelph Lakehead Lakehead Western Waterloo Guelph York

The Golden Hawks made their mark in 2006-07 recording the best regular season record for men's hockey in Wilfrid Laurier history. Under the guidance of new head coach Kelly Nobes, the Hawks recorded a 22-5-1-0 record. The season commenced with a meeting in Toronto versus the Varsity Blues. The Blues walked away with a 4-2 win handing the Hawks their first loss of the season. Following this game the Golden Hawks would go ten consecutive games without suffering another loss. Highlights of this streak included back-to-back wins versus the Windsor Lancers with scores 3-2 and 10-3 and an impressive come from behind effort by the Hawks versus UQTR to end the game in a tie. The Hawks would travel to O�awa where they would eventually face their second loss of the season versus the Gee-Gee's. The worn out Hawks were unable to keep up with the Gee-Gee's a�er having played a competitive game the evening prior versus the McGill Redmen. O�awa defeated the Hawks 7-2. In the second half of the season Laurier suffered three more losses to York and Brock (2). The Golden Hawks bounced back however to go on a nine game winning streak to end the regular season with a 22-5-1-0 record. Highlights of this win streak included back-toback wins in Thunder Bay versus the Lakehead Thunderwolves with scores of 9-3 and 6-5 and a nail biting Ba�le of Waterloo versus the Golden Hawks' cross-town rivals, the Waterloo Warriors, where the Hawks walked away with a close 4-3 win. The Hawks' impressive regular season had them advancing to the playoffs ranked third in the nation, the highest in the OUA. The Golden Hawks' first place position in the OUA Mid-West division provided them with a bye in the first round of playoffs. In the quarter-finals they would come up against the Lakehead Thunderwolves. In the first match of the series Laurier handed the Thunderwolves their first loss on Lakehead ice following a 14-0 playoff win streak at home. Game two saw a very determined Hawk squad take the Thunderwolves by storm to take the series and move on to the semi-finals. The next round of playoffs saw a rematch of last year's playoff ba�le between the Golden Hawks and the Waterloo Warriors in the Ba�le of Waterloo. Last season the Hawks defeated the Warriors in the third game of the quarter-finals to take the series. This season saw similar results as Laurier defeated Waterloo in the first two games to take the semi-finals. Waterloo didn't go down without a fight however as game two of the series in particular saw many penalties from both squads as the rivalry heated up. The win in game two advanced the Hawks to the OUA Championships and secured them with a seed in the National Championship for the second consecutive year. The OUA Championship saw the Golden Hawks hosting the UQTR Patriotes in front of 1,635 fans. The two teams had only met once in the regular season where the game ended in a hard fought 3-3 tie. The Patriotes took an early lead in the Championship game leaving the Hawks to play catch up. Laurier was unable to recover from the early three goal deficit however to give UQTR the 5-3 win and the Queen's Cup. The silver medal was the Golden Hawks' fourth in the program's history.

OUA Playoffs Quarter-Finals Feb-21 @ Lakehead W 4-2 Feb-24 vs Lakehead W 5-2 Semi-Finals Feb-28 vs Waterloo W 5-3 Mar-2 @ Waterloo W 7-6 Final (Queen's Cup) Mar-10 vs UQTR L 3-5

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Road to Nationals Oct 13/06 @ Toronto L 2-4 The game was tied 1-1 going into the third period where the Varsity Blues took control of the game. Toronto scored three goals in the third to take the win. Nathan Peacock and Mark Voakes each picked up a goal for the Golden Hawks. Oct 14/06 @ Ryerson W 4-2 The Golden Hawks took an early lead in which the Ryerson Rams were never able to recover. Rookie forward Nathan Peacock led the Hawks in scoring with two goals. Oct 21/06 vs RMC W 6-3 The Golden Hawks’ first game at home resulted in a commanding 6-3 win over the RMC Paladins despite penalty troubles. Laurier out-shot the Paladins 46-32, winning their home opener and first of a double-header. Oct 22/06 vs Queen's W 5-4 The Golden Hawks took an early lead outscoring the Golden Gaels in the first period 3-1. The game was 4-4 going into the third with Rob Dmytruk scoring the game winning goal for the Hawks to bring the team's record to 3-1. Oct 27/06 @ Waterloo W 8-6 The Hawks took the win in this edition of the Ba�le of Waterloo. This high scoring match saw lots of penalties as the cross-town rivals played with much aggresion. Ryan Courtney led the Hawks in scoring with three goals. Oct 28/06 @ Western W 4-3 The Hawks saw their first overtime of the 200607 season in this meeting with the Mustangs. The game was 3-3 at the end of the third period. Laurier was able to redeem themselves a�er falling 2-1 to the 'Stangs in the second. John Thiel scored the game winning goal for Laurier to take the victory. Nov 3/06 vs Windsor W 3-2 This game was the first of a double header against the Lancers. The match remained close but Laurier was able to take the win. Laurier goaltender Mike Thomson made 23 saves, as the Hawks were outshot 25-19. Nov 4/06 vs Windsor W 10-3 In the second meeting of this weekend's double header the Hawks came out strong and dominated the Lancers. Laurier took the win playing as a team with each of the ten goals contributed by different players. Nov 10/06 vs Concordia W 3-2 The Hawks took an early against Concordia bringing the game 3-1 going into the third period. The Stingers were only able to respond to the Hawks with one goal in the final period of the game giving Laurier the win. Goal scorers for the Hawks were Ma� Grennier, Nathan Peacock, and Riley Moher. Nov 11/06 vs UQTR T 3-3 The game started off slow as both teams remained scoreless going into the second period. The second period saw more action as the Patriotes manged three goals past Golden Hawk goal Mike Thomson while Laurier responded with two goals by Rob Dmytruk and Riley Moher. The Hawks shutout UQTR in the third period. Nick Vergeer scored once in the third to end the game with a tie score. Nov 17/06 @ McGill W 5-4 The men traveled to Montreal to face the McGill Redmen. Both teams took advantage of their opponent’s penalty troubles throughout the entire game. The match was forced into overtime where the Hawks' Nathan Peacock scored to take the win. Laurier managed to take the win despite being outscored 28-45. Rob Dmytruk led the Golden Hawks to

the overtime victory with three goals and one assist. Nov 18/06 @ O�awa L 2-7 The Golden Hawks suffered their first loss of the season since their opening match versus the Toronto Varsity Blues. The Gee-Gees took a commanding lead in the first period shu�ing out the Hawks 5-0. The Hawks spent the remainder of the match playing catchup but were only able to slip two goals past O�awa scored by Nick Vergeer and Jordan Fair. Nov 23/06 @ Guelph W 5-2 Laurier played a very disciplined game and went 5 for 5 on the penalty kill. Aaron Forer was strong in net, making 32 saves throughout the night. Leading scorer for the hawks was Jeff Borrows with two and Chris Di Ubaldo, Mark Voakes, and Ma� Maccarone each with one. Nov 25/06 vs York W 4-1 The game went quiet in the first period but picked up momentum in the second. Laurier managed to score three goals in the third period. Forer played another solid game, stopping 30 of 31 shots. Nov 30/06 vs Brock W 5-0 The Hawks hosted the Badgers in what would be their first of back-to back meetings. Mark Voakes scored the opening goal at 6:07 which was the only goal scored in the first 40 minutes. It wasn’t until Nick Vergeer scored a�er the halfway mark of the third that the Hawks came out with 3 more to take the win. Dec 2/06 @ Brock L 3-4 The Hawks traveled to St. Catharine’s to meet the Badgers for their second meeting of the week. The crowd saw a very close game with Brock scoring first, but Laurier’s Ma� Grennier answered back on a power play less than three minutes later. The game continued to go back and forth with other goals scored for the Hawks by Rob Dmytruk and Nathan Peacock but the Badgers were able to inch ahead by one to take the win. Jan 4/07 @ York L 3-4 aurier traveled to Canlan Ice Sports Arena at York for their opening match of 2007. York was the first to take the lead scoring in the first period. The Lions managed to pick up another two goals in the second but Laurier’s Riley Moher and Nick Vergeer responded to bring the game to a close 32 going into the third. The game stayed neck and neck for the final period with a goal by the Badgers followed by a goal from Hawks’ Jordan Fair. Laurier was unable to get any more scoring opportunities inevitably giving the Lions the win. Jan 6/07 vs Guelph W 4-3 The game started relatively quick with Laurier taking an early 3-1 lead in the first period and another goal in the second to increase their lead by three going into the third. Guelph picked up their momentum and responded with two more goals in the third but their efforts were simply not enough. Laurier took the win with Jeff MacDougald making 30 saves at net. Jan 11/07 vs Brock L 4-5 The Hawks hosted the Badgers in what proved to be a very intense game. Brock took a 3-1 lead in the first period leaving the Hawks to play catchup for the remainder of the match. The Badgers were able to find more scoring opportunities however to inevitably take the win. Laurier was out-shot by the Badgers 37-30. Jan 13/07 @ Brock W 7-3 The second match of the back-to back series saw a much more determined Golden Hawk squad. The game started off close with goals by Mark

Voakes and Ma� Maccarone followed by two Badger goals to bring the score to an even 2-2. The Hawks came out in full force in the second however with the Hawks outscoring the Badgers 4-1 in the period. Laurier managed to pick up one more goal in the third to take the win. Jan 18/07 vs York W 4-1 Rob Dmytruk scored the first goal of the game, with 15 seconds le� in the first period. Laurier was 1 for 5 on the power play, with the goal coming from Mike LcClair on the man-advantage. Other goal scorers for the Hawks included Voakes with the game-winner followed by a short-handed goal from captain Ma� Grennier. The Hawks out-shot their opponent 37-24. Jan 20/07 vs Guelph W 5-4 Guelph took the early lead with two goals in the first period but Laurier answered back, evening things up before the period was over. In the second period the Gryphons took the lead once again but Mark Voakes responded just over a minute later. Chris Di Ubaldo and Luke Girard each picked up goals in the third, outscoring the Badgers 2-1 in the period to take the win. Jeff MacDougald stopped 30 shots on net for the Hawks in the evening. Jan 26/07 @ Lakehead W 9-3 The Golden Hawks traveled to Thunder Bay to meet the Lakehead Thunderwolves in back-toback games. Chris Di Ubaldo and Nick Vergeer each had four points in the first meeting of the weekend. Rookie forward Nathan Peacock had the only multi-goal night picking up the third and what would be the game-winner in the match. Shots on goal were 43-39 for the Hawks. Jan 27/07 @ Lakehead W 6-5 The second meeting of the weekend saw a more determined Lakehead squad. The game stayed neck and neck for all three periods with a 5-5 score at the end of the 60 minutes. The Hawks’ Mark Voakes picked up the game winner for the Hawks at 4:24 in overtime. Laurier took the win despite being out-shot 51-44. Feb 1/07 vs Western W 4-2 The Hawks took a lead in the first period when Jeff Borrows scored short-handed at 12:54. Mark Voakes increased their lead less than five minutes later, scoring his 17th goal of the season on the power play. Nathan Peacock scored what would be the game winner in the second period followed by a goal from Ma� Grennier. Jeff MacDougald recorded 33 saves on the night. Feb 3/07 vs Waterloo W 4-3 The Hawks faced their cross-town rival in their last regular season home game. The game was tied 3-3 at the end of the third period forcing the match into overtime. Nathan Peacock picked up the game winner for Laurier, bringing the Hawks’ record to 2-0 against the Warriors on the season. Laurier outshot their opponent 39-26. Feb 8/07 @ Guelph W 3-2 The Hawks picked up their 21st win of the season, marking the highest win total in a season in Golden Hawk men’s hockey history. The Hawks’ penalty kill was at 83% as they knocked off five of six penalties. Jeff MacDougald faced 24 shots on the evening while his counterpart was bombarded with 48. Feb 10 @ York W 7-3 The Hawks took the final game of the regular season to take first place in the OUA with 45 points. Jeff MacDougald played an impressive game on net stopping 39 shots from his opponent. Leading scorers for the Hawks were James Edgar and John Thiel each with two.

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Season Statistics Team Record Exhibition Games: 3-6-0-0 Regular Season: 22-5-1-0 OUA Post-Season: 4-1 Offensive Statistics: Goals For (Exhibition) : 29 Goals For (Regular Season): 132 Goals For (OUA Post Season): 24 Average Per Game (Regular/Post): 4.7 / 4.8 Defensive Statistics: Goals Against (Exhibition) : 41 Goals Against (Regular Season): 88 Goals Against (OUA Post-Season): 18 Average Per Game (Regular/Post): 3.1 / 3.6

Team Power Play Regular Season - 50 for 248 = 20.16% OUA Post-Season - 11 for 44 = 25.00% Team Penalty Kill Regular Season - 187 of 225 = 83.11% OUA Post-Season - 28 for 31 = 90.32%

Top 5 Statistical Leaders - Regular Season Goals Player Mark Voakes Nathan Peacock Chris Di Ubaldo Rob Dmytruk Ma� Grennier Assists

Player Nick Vergeer Mark Voakes Ma� Maccarone Rob Dmytruk Ma� Grennier Points

Player Mark Voakes Nick Vergeer Rob Dmytruk Ma� Maccarone Chris Di Ubaldo

G 18 17 16 11 9

Penalties Player Riley Moher J Tyler Grover Luke Girard James Edgar Chris Di Ubaldo

A 28 25 24 21 17

Game Winning Goals Player GWG Mark Voakes 7 Nathan Peacock 6 Luke Girard 3 Ma� Maccarone 2 Chris Di Ubaldo 1

P 43 35 32 31 30

Power Play Goals Player Chris Di Ubaldo Rob Dmytruk Mark Voakes 4 Tied with

P 33 24 20 19 16

M 74 67 62 44 40

PPG 11 7 6 3

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2006-07 Regular Season Statistics Sorted by Points

33 19 12 25 10 27 24 8 17 26 18 3 22 44 14 7 57 11 6 30 32 5 9 4

30 35 1

Voakes, Mark Vergeer, Nick Dmytruk, Rob Maccarone, Ma� Di Ubaldo, Chris Grennier, Ma� Peacock, Nathan Borrows, Jeff Courtney, Ryan Girard, Luke Moher, Riley Kennedy, Chad Edgar, James Leclair, Mike Thiel, John Fair, Jordan Grover, J Tyler Dubbin, Luke Frew, Randy MacDougald, Jeff Nusca, Chace Maccarone, Adam Helmer, Jayme Wood, Adam Laurier Team TOTALS MacDougald, Jeff Forer, Aaron Thomson, Mike Laurier Team

GP 15 7 9 7

GP 28 28 28 28 25 28 28 27 23 24 28 28 27 27 21 24 24 12 13 14 13 11 7 2

G 18 7 11 7 16 9 17 6 8 7 4 3 4 5 6 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

A 25 28 21 24 14 17 8 15 11 10 11 11 9 5 2 5 3 3 2 2 1 1 0 0

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132 228 360

W-L-T-OTL 11-3-0 4-1-0 7-1-1 0-0-0

PTS 43 35 32 31 30 26 25 21 19 17 15 14 13 10 8 6 5 3 2 2 1 1 1 0

PIM 22 20 28 12 40 30 16 20 22 62 76 28 44 16 27 20 67 6 10 0 14 12 33 14 10 649

MIN 850 340 506 4

PP 6 3 7 3 11 2 2 0 2 3 3 1 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

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

GWG 7 0 0 2 1 0 6 1 0 3 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

GTG 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

OTG 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

HT 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

50

8

22

2

6

2

SO 0 1 0 0

GA 40 15 32 1

GAA 2.82 2.65 3.79 14.08

SAVE% 0.919 0.904 0.879 0

SH 494 156 265 1

SV 454 141 233 0

PTS/GM 1.54 1.25 1.14 1.11 1.10 0.93 0.89 0.75 0.68 0.61 0.54 0.5 0.46 0.36 0.29 0.21 0.18 0.11 0.07 0.07 0.04 0.04 0.04 0 PIM 0 0 0 0

2006-07 OUA Post-Season Statistics Sorted by Points

33 19 12 24 10 8 26 25 27 22 3 17 18 11 44 57 7 32 14

Voakes, Mark Vergeer, Nick Dmytruk, Rob Peacock, Nathan Di Ubdalo, Chris Borrows, Jeff Girard, Luke Maccarone, Ma� Grennier, Ma� Edgar, James Kennedy, Chad Courtney, Ryan Moher, Riley Dubbin, Luke LeClair, Mike Grover, J Tyler Fair, Jordan Nusca, Chace Thiel, John TOTALS

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MacDougald, Jeff

GP 7 7 7 6 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 5 3 GP 7

G 4 2 5 2 6 2 1 1 3 2 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 90

A 9 9 2 4 0 3 3 3 0 1 3 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 32

PTS 13 11 7 6 6 5 4 4 3 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 40

W-L-T-OTL MIN 5-2-0-0 455

PIM 2 12 16 8 4 0 12 2 16 22 10 2 22 4 2 4 6 0 0 72

PP 2 2 4 0 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 128

SH 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14

OTG 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1

GWG 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2

PTS/GM 1.9 1.6 1.0 1.0 0.8 0.7 0.6 0.6 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.3 0.3 0.2 0.2 0.2 0 0 0 5

SO GA GAA SAVE% SH SV 0 25 3.29 0.906 265 240

PIM 14

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Golden Hawks Staff KELLY NOBES - HEAD COACH Kelly Nobes joined the Golden Hawk men's hockey program this season. He attended McGill University as a student and earned both a B. Ed. (Physical Education) and M.A. (Exercise Physiology) degree. While at McGill, he played four seasons, finishing ninth overall in scoring, with 181 points in 131 games. He also served as Assistant Coach to the Redmen under current head coach Martin Raymond. Before coming to Laurier, Coach Nobes was at RMC for 5 seasons, where he made the OUA playoffs all 5 times. He broke the school record for points in a season, twice, in 2001-02 and 2004-05. Kelly resides is Waterloo with his wife Michelle along with his son Boadie and his daughter Darcy.

Nobes' Record at Laurier Season 2006 - 2007

Regular 22 - 5 - 1

Post 5-1-0-1

Quick Stats on Kelly Nobes Born - West Hill, Ontario Previous Coaching Jobs Head Coach, Royal Military College 2001-2006 Assistant Coach, McGill Redmen 1999-2001

DAVE WILLIAMS - ASSISTANT COACH Dave joins the Golden Hawk program this season as an assistant coach with the program. He comes from the Listowel Cyclones where he was the Head Coach and General Manager of the Mid-Western Junior B team. In his time there he finished as a semi-finalist as well as a division champion. Previous to coaching, Dave played four years of Junior B Hockey. Since then he has achieved advanced level one certification and an Arts degree of the University of Western Ontario. He followed up his undergraduate Arts degree with a B. Ed at University of Toronto’s Ontario Institute for Studies in Education and is now his seventh year as a guidance counselor at Listowel District Secondary school. Dave currently resides in Stratford.

DOUG CARMICHAEL- ASSISTANT COACH Doug is in his second season with the Golden Hawk men’s hockey program. The retired Physical education teacher from Bluevale Collegiate Institute takes care of the strength and conditioning program for the team. Previous to working with the Laurier hockey program Doug was involved with the Waterloo Siskins Junior B team. In his time with Bluevale he was a coach for both the football and track programs. Doug is married with three kids.

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Golden Hawks Staff MIKE DOW - EQUIPMENT MANAGER

CHRIS THOM - VIDEOGRAPHER

CHRIS GROLLA - STUDENT TRAINER TOM PETTIGREW - STATISTICIAN KERI KETTLE - SCOUT DR. RICHARD TIEGS - TEAM DOCTOR

JAMIE CARLSON - ATHLETIC THERAPIST

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Golden Hawks Roster JEFF BORROWS #8 Position: Forward Height: 5'9" Year: 1 Eligibility Year: 1

Career Statistics: Season 2006-2007 Totals

GP 28 28

G 6 6

Program: Arts Hometown: London, ON High School: A.B Lucas SS Last Team: Strathroy Rockets (WOHL) A TP PIM PP SH 16 22 20 0 2 16 22 20 0 2

Goals in a Game Assists in a Game Points in a Game Penalty Min in a Game Top 5 Multi-Point Games

Top 5 Goal Scoring Streaks Top 5 Point Streaks

Playoffs 2006-2007 Totals

GP G A TP PIM PP SH 7 2 3 5 0 0 0 7 2 3 5 0 0 0

Season Highs/Career Highs 2006-2007 Highs 2 @ Guelph 11/23/2006 2 vs Concordia 11/10/2006 3 @ Guelph 11/23/2006 4 vs York 11/25/2006 3 (2G, 1A) @ Guelph 11/23/2006 2 (1G, 1A) @ OUA Semi Final Waterloo (Game 2 of 3) 3/2/2007 2 (0G, 2A) @ Lakehead 1/27/2007 2 (1G, 1A) @ Lakehead 1/26/2007 2 (0G, 2A) vs Concordia 11/10/2006 2 Games - 2007-01-06 - 2007-01-11 8 Games - 2007-01-06 - 2007-02-01 5 Games - 2006-10-13 - 2006-10-27 2 Games - 2007-02-28 - 2007-03-02 2 Games - 2007-02-10 - 2007-02-21

Career Highs 2 @ Guelph 11/23/2006 2 vs Concordia 11/10/2006 3 @ Guelph 11/23/2006 4 vs York 11/25/2006 3 (2G, 1A) @ Guelph 11/23/2006 2 (1G, 1A) @ OUA Semi Final Waterloo (Game 2 of 3) 3/2/2007 2 (0G, 2A) @ Lakehead 1/27/2007 2 (1G, 1A) @ Lakehead 1/26/2007 2 (0G, 2A) vs Concordia 11/10/2006 2 Games - 2007-01-06 - 2007-01-11 8 Games - 2007-01-06 - 2007-02-01 5 Games - 2006-10-13 - 2006-10-27 2 Games - 2007-02-28 - 2007-03-02 2 Games - 2007-02-10 - 2007-02-21

RYAN COURTNEY #17 Position: Forward Height: 6'3" Year: 3 Eligibility Year: 3 Career Statistics: Season 2005-2006 2006-2007 Totals

GP 21 23 44

G 4 8 12

Program: Arts Hometown: Ennismore, ON High School: Adam Scott Last Team: Adirondack IceHawks (UHL) A 7 11 18

Goals in a Game Assists in a Game Points in a Game Penalty Min in a Game

TP 11 19 30

PIM 22 24 46

PP 0 2 2

SH 2 0 2

Playoffs 2005-2006 2006-2007 Totals

GP 7 7 14

Season Highs/Career Highs 2006-2007 Highs 3 @ Waterloo 10/27/2006 2 @ Ryerson 10/14/2006 3 @ Ryerson 10/14/2006 6 vs Waterloo 2/3/2007

Top 5 Multi-Point Games

3 (3G, 0A) @ Waterloo 10/27/2006 3 (1G, 2A) @ Ryerson 10/14/2006 2 (1G, 1A) @ Lakehead 1/26/2007 2 (0G, 2A) vs York 11/25/2006

Top 5 Goal Scoring Streaks

2 Games - 2007-01-26 - 2007-01-27 2 Games - 2006-10-14 - 2006-10-21 3 Games - 2007-02-03 - 2007-02-10 3 Games - 2007-01-20 - 2007-01-27 3 Games - 2006-11-23 - 2006-11-30 2 Games - 2007-02-24 - 2007-02-28 2 Games - 2006-10-14 - 2006-10-21

Top 5 Point Streaks

G 0 1 1

A 0 1 1

TP 0 2 2

PIM 4 2 6

PP 0 0 0

SH 0 0 0

Career Highs 3 @ Waterloo 10/27/2006 2 @ Windsor 1/27/2006 3 @ Windsor 1/27/2006 12 @ CIS Championship University Cup - Alberta 3/24/2006 3 (3G, 0A) @ Waterloo 10/27/2006 3 (1G, 2A) @ Ryerson 10/14/2006 3 (1G, 2A) @ Windsor 1/27/2006 2 (1G, 1A) @ Lakehead 1/26/2007 2 (0G, 2A) vs York 11/25/2006 2 Games - 2007-01-26 - 2007-01-27 2 Games - 2006-10-14 - 2006-10-21 3 Games - 2007-02-03 - 2007-02-10 3 Games - 2007-01-20 - 2007-01-27 3 Games - 2006-11-23 - 2006-11-30 2 Games - 2007-02-24 - 2007-02-28 2 Games - 2006-10-14 - 2006-10-21

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Golden Hawks Roster CHRIS DI UBALDO #10 Position: Forward Height: 6'2" Year: 4 Eligibility Year: 4

Program: Business Hometown: Winnipeg, MB High School: Fort Richmond CI Last Team: Kelowna Rockets (WHL)

This Winnipeg native has been an integral asset to Laurier in his three years as a Golden Hawk. In the 2006-07 regular season Di Ubaldo came in third in team scoring with a total of 16 goals, the most he has ever scored in a single regular season. Chris was also the leader in Golden Hawk powerplay goals for the season with 11.

Career Statistics: Season 2003-2004 2004-2005 2006-2007 Totals

GP 22 23 25 70

G 5 13 16 34

A 10 5 14 29

TP 15 18 30 63

Second Team All-Star

PIM 18 8 40 66

PP 1 4 11 16

SH 0 1 0 1

Playoffs 2003-2004 2004-2005 2006-2007 Totals

GP 4 3 7 14

G 1 0 6 7

Season Highs/Career Highs 2006-2007 Highs 2 vs Queen’s 10/22/2006 3 @ Waterloo 10/27/2006 4 @ Lakehead 1/26/2007 16 @ Ottawa 11/18/2006 4 (1G, 3A) @ Lakehead 1/26/2007 3 (1G, 2A) vs Guelph 1/20/2007 3 (2G, 1A) @ Brock 1/13/2007 3 (1G, 2A) vs Windsor 11/4/2006 3 (0G, 3A) @ Waterloo 10/27/2006 3 Games - 2007-01-20 - 2007-01-27 3 Games - 2007-01-06 - 2007-01-13 2 Games - 2007-02-24 - 2007-02-28 2 Games - 2006-11-03 - 2006-11-04 2 Games - 2006-10-21 - 2006-10-22 3 Games - 2007-01-20 - 2007-01-27 3 Games - 2007-01-06 - 2007-01-13 3 Games - 2006-10-21 - 2006-10-27 2 Games - 2006-11-03 - 2006-11-04

Goals in a Game Assists in a Game Points in a Game Penalty Min in a Game Top 5 Multi-Point Games

Top 5 Goal Scoring Streaks

Top 5 Point Streaks

ROB DMYTRUK #12 Position: Defense Height: 5'10" Year: 4 Eligibility Year: 4

A 0 1 0 1

TP 1 1 6 8

PIM 0 0 4 4

PP 0 0 3 3

SH 0 0 0 0

Career Highs 2 vs Lakehead 1/25/2004 3 @ Waterloo 10/27/2006 4 @ Lakehead 1/26/2007 16 @ Ottawa 11/18/2006 4 (1G, 3A) @ Lakehead 1/26/2007 3 (1G, 2A) vs Guelph 1/20/2007 3 (2G, 1A) @ Brock 1/13/2007 3 (1G, 2A) vs Windsor 11/4/2006 3 (0G, 3A) @ Waterloo 10/27/2006 4 Games - 2005-01-07 - 2005-01-15 3 Games - 2007-01-20 - 2007-01-27 3 Games - 2007-01-06 - 2007-01-13 3 Games - 2004-01-31 - 2004-02-07 2 Games - 2007-02-24 - 2007-02-28 4 Games - 2005-01-07 - 2005-01-15 3 Games - 2007-01-20 - 2007-01-27 3 Games - 2007-01-06 - 2007-01-13 3 Games - 2006-10-21 - 2006-10-27 3 Games - 2004-01-31 - 2004-02-07

Program: Geography Hometown: Scarborough, ON High School: Adam Scott Last Team: Adirondack IceHawks (UHL)

Dmytruk, a fourth year defenseman, has proven to be valuable member of the Hawk squad with statistical highs in several areas. In the 2006-07 season Rob was fourth in goals, fourth in assists, and third in overall points for the Golden Hawks with 11, 21, and 32 respective points in each category.

Career Statistics: Season 2003-2004 2004-2005 2005-2006 2006-2007 Totals

First Team All-Star

GP 24 22 24 28 98

G 4 2 4 11 21

A 4 4 8 21 37

Goals in a Game Assists in a Game Points in a Game Penalty Min in a Game Top 5 Multi-Point Games

Top 5 Goal Scoring Streaks

Top 5 Point Streaks

TP 8 6 12 32 58

PIM 18 14 10 28 70

PP 2 1 3 7 13

SH 1 0 0 0 1

Playoffs 2003-2004 2004-2005 2005-2006 2006-2007 Totals

GP 4 3 7 7 21

Season Highs/Career Highs 2006-2007 Highs 3 @ McGill 11/17/2006 3 @ Brock 1/13/2007 4 @ McGill 11/17/2006 6 @ Waterloo 10/27/2006 4 (1G, 3A) @ Brock 1/13/2007 4 (3G, 1A) @ McGill 11/17/2006 3 (0G, 3A) @ York 2/10/2007 2 (2G, 0A) vs OUA Final Queen’s Cup - UQTR 3/10/2007 2 (2G, 0A) @ OUA Semi Final Waterloo (Game 2 of 3) 3/2/2007 3 Games - 2007-02-28 - 2007-03-10 3 Games - 2007-01-13 - 2007-01-20 2 Games - 2006-11-11 - 2006-11-17 5 Games - 2007-01-27 - 2007-02-10 4 Games - 2007-02-24 - 2007-03-10 4 Games - 2007-01-11 - 2007-01-20 2 Games - 2006-11-11 - 2006-11-17 2 Games - 2006-10-27 - 2006-10-28

G 0 0 1 5 6

A 1 0 3 2 6

TP 1 0 4 7 12

PIM 2 4 4 16 26

PP 0 0 0 4 2

SH 0 0 0 0 0

Career Highs 3 @ McGill 11/17/2006 3 @ Brock 1/13/2007 4 @ McGill 11/17/2006 12 vs McGill 11/22/2003 4 (1G, 3A) @ Brock 1/13/2007 4 (3G, 1A) @ McGill 11/17/2006 3 (0G, 3A) @ York 2/10/2007 2 (2G, 0A) vs OUA Final Queen’s Cup - UQTR 3/10/2007 2 (2G, 0A) @ OUA Semi Final Waterloo (Game 2 of 3) 3/2/2007 3 Games - 2007-02-28 - 2007-03-10 3 Games - 2007-01-13 - 2007-01-20 3 Games - 2006-01-12 - 2006-01-21 2 Games - 2006-11-11 - 2006-11-17 6 Games - 2005-12-01 - 2006-01-21 5 Games - 2007-01-27 - 2007-02-10 4 Games - 2007-02-24 - 2007-03-10 4 Games - 2007-01-11 - 2007-01-20 3 Games - 2006-02-26 - 2006-03-03

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Golden Hawks Roster LUKE DUBBIN #11 Position: Forward Height: 6'1" Year: 1 Eligibility Year: 2 Career Statistics: Season 2006-2007 Totals

GP 11 11

G 0 0

Program: Arts Hometown: Midland, ON High School: St Theresa’s Last Team: Milton Ice Hawks (OPJHL) A 3 3

TP PIM PP SH 3 6 0 0 3 6 0 0

Goals in a Game Assists in a Game Points in a Game Penalty Min in a Game Top 5 Multi-Point Games Top 5 Goal Scoring Streaks Top 5 Point Streaks

Playoffs 2006-2007 Totals

GP G A TP PIM PP SH 7 0 1 1 4 0 0 7 0 1 1 4 0 0

Season Highs/Career Highs 2006-2007 Highs 0 1 vs Guelph 1/6/2007 1 vs Guelph 1/6/2007 2 vs Guelph 1/6/2007 N/A N/A 2 Games - 2007-01-06 - 2007-01-11

Career Highs 0 1 vs Guelph 1/6/2007 1 vs Guelph 1/6/2007 2 vs Guelph 1/6/2007 N/A N/A 2 Games - 2007-01-06 - 2007-01-11

JAMES EDGAR #22 Position: Forward Height: 5'11" Year: 4 Eligibility Year: 4 Career Statistics: Season 2003-2004 2004-2005 2005-2006 2006-2007 Totals

GP 23 17 21 27 88

G 2 6 7 4 19

Program: Geography Hometown: Brigden, ON High School: Lambton Central. CVI Last Team: Saginaw Spirit (OHL) A 5 3 11 9 28

Goals in a Game Assists in a Game Points in a Game Penalty Min in a Game Top 5 Multi-Point Games

TP 7 9 18 13 47

PIM 32 54 56 44 186

PP 0 0 2 2 4

SH 0 1 0 0 1

Playoffs 2003-2004 2004-2005 2005-2006 2006-2007 Totals

GP 4 0 7 7 18

Season Highs/Career Highs 2006-2007 Highs 2 @ York 2/10/2007 2 @ Western 10/28/2006 2 @ Western 10/28/2006 16 vs St.FX 3/22/2007 CIS Championships 2 (2G, 0A) @ York 2/10/2007 2 (1G, 1A) vs Windsor 11/4/2006 2 (0G, 2A) @ Western 10/28/2006

Top 5 Goal Scoring Streaks

3 Games - 2007-02-10 - 2007-02-24

Top 5 Point Streaks

3 Games - 2007-02-10 - 2007-02-24 3 Games - 2006-11-25 - 2006-12-02 2 Games - 2007-02-01 - 2007-02-03

G 0 0 3 2 5

A 3 0 3 1 7

TP 3 0 6 2 12

PIM 18 0 12 22 52

PP 0 0 0 0 0

SH 0 0 0 1 1

Career Highs 2 vs Queen’s 10/31/2004 3 @ RMC 11/1/2003 3 @ RMC 11/1/2003 16 vs St.FX 3/22/2007 CIS Championships 3 (2G, 1A) vs OUA Quarter FinalWaterloo (Gm 3 of 3) 2/26/2006 3 (1G, 2A) vs Guelph 1/14/2006 3 (2G, 1A) vs Queen’s 10/31/2004 3 (0G, 3A) @ RMC 11/1/2003 2 (2G, 0A) @ York 2/10/2007 3 Games - 2007-02-10 - 2007-02-24 3 Games - 2005-11-26 - 2006-01-06 3 Games - 2004-10-30 - 2004-11-05 6 Games - 2005-11-26 - 2006-01-14 4 Games - 2006-02-24 - 2006-03-03 3 Games - 2007-02-10 - 2007-02-24 3 Games - 2006-11-25 - 2006-12-02

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Golden Hawks Roster JORDAN FAIR #7 Position: Defense Height: 5'11" Year: 2 Eligibility Year: 2 Career Statistics: Season 2005-2006 2006-2007 Totals

GP 21 24 45

G 2 1 3

Program: Organizational Leadership Hometown: Guelph, ON High School: John F. Ross Last Team: Waterloo Siskins (MWJBHL) A 1 5 6

TP 3 6 9

PIM 0 32 32

PP 0 0 0

SH 0 1 1

Playoffs 2005-2006 2006-2007 Totals

GP 7 7 14

G 0 0 0

Season Highs/Career Highs 2006-2007 Highs 1 @ York 1/4/2007 2 vs RMC 10/21/2006 2 vs RMC 10/21/2006 14 @ York 1/4/2007 2 (0G, 2A) vs RMC 10/21/2006 N/A N/A

Goals in a Game Assists in a Game Points in a Game Penalty Min in a Game Top 5 Multi-Point Games Top 5 Goal Scoring Streaks Top 5 Point Streaks

A 3 0 3

TP 3 0 3

PIM 2 6 8

PP 0 0 0

SH 0 0 0

Career Highs 1 vs Ottawa 11/19/2005 2 vs RMC 10/21/2006 2 vs RMC 10/21/2006 14 @ York 1/4/2007 2 (0G, 2A) vs RMC 10/21/2006 N/A 2 Games - 2006-03-03 - 2006-03-05

AARON FORER #35 Position: Goalie Height: 5'11" Year: 2 Eligibility Year: 2 Career Statistics: Season 2005-2006 2006-2007 Totals

GP 1 7 8

Min 30 339 369

Program: Psychology Hometown: Melfort, SK High School: MUCC Last Team: Melfort Mustangs (SJHL) W 0 4 4

L 0 1 1

T 0 0 0

SH 23 156 179

GA 3 15 18

SO 0 1 1

SV PCT 0.869 0.903 0.886

GAA 6 2.65 2.92

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Golden Hawks Roster RANDY FREW #6 Position: Defence Height: 5'11" Year: 2 Eligibility Year: 2

Program: Arts Hometown: Sarnia, ON High School: Northern Collegiate Last Team: University of Manitoba (CIS)

Career Statistics: Season 2006-2007 Totals

GP 13 13

G 0 0

A 2 2

TP PIM PP SH 2 10 0 0 2 10 0 0

Goals in a Game Assists in a Game Points in a Game Penalty Min in a Game Top 5 Multi-Point Games Top 5 Goal Scoring Streaks Top 5 Point Streaks

Season Highs/Career Highs 2006-2007 Highs 0 1 vs Windsor 11/3/2006 1 vs Windsor 11/3/2006 2 vs Windsor 11/3/2006 N/A N/A N/A

LUKE GIRARD #26 Position: Forward Height: 6'3" Year: 2 Eligibility Year: 2 Career Statistics: Season 2005-2006 2006-2007 Totals

GP 20 25 45

G 6 7 13

A 1 10 11

Goals in a Game Assists in a Game

TP 7 17 24

PIM 18 62 80

PP 1 3 4

SH 0 0 0

Program: History Hometown: Mississauga, ON High School: St Aloysius Gonzaga SS Last Team: Vaughan Vipers (OPJHL) Playoffs 2005-2006 2006-2007 Totals

GP 9 7 16

Season Highs/Career Highs 2006-2007 Highs 1 @ Waterloo 10/27/2006 2 vs Windsor 11/4/2006

Points in a Game Penalty Min in a Game Top 5 Multi-Point Games

3 vs Windsor 11/4/2006 24 @ Lakehead 1/27/2007 3 (1G, 2A) vs Windsor 11/4/2006 2 (0G, 2A) vs OUA Final Queen’s Cup - UQTR 3/10/2007 2 (1G, 1A) @ Lakehead 1/26/2007 2 (1G, 1A) vs Guelph 1/20/2007

Top 5 Goal Scoring Streaks

2 Games - 2007-02-08 - 2007-02-10 2 Games - 2007-01-20 - 2007-01-26 4 Games - 2006-11-25 - 2007-01-04 3 Games - 2007-01-20 - 2007-01-27 2 Games - 2007-02-08 - 2007-02-10 2 Games - 2006-11-03 - 2006-11-04

Top 5 Point Streaks

Career Highs 0 1 vs Windsor 11/3/2006 1 vs Windsor 11/3/2006 2 vs Windsor 11/3/2006 N/A N/A N/A

G 2 1 3

A 5 3 8

TP 7 4 11

PIM 12 12 24

PP 0 1 1

SH 0 0 0

Career Highs 2 vs Brock 1/8/2006 2 vs OUA Quarter Final Waterloo (Gm 2 of 3) 2/24/2006 3 vs Windsor 11/4/2006 24 @ Lakehead 1/27/2007 3 (1G, 2A) vs Windsor 11/4/2006 2 (0G, 2A) vs OUA Final Queen’s Cup - UQTR 3/10/2007 2 (1G, 1A) @ Lakehead 1/26/2007 2 (1G, 1A) vs Guelph 1/20/2007 2 (1G, 1A) vs OUA Semi Finals Lakehead (Gm 3 of 3) 3/5/2006 2 Games - 2007-02-08 - 2007-02-10 2 Games - 2007-01-20 - 2007-01-26 4 Games - 2006-11-25 - 2007-01-04 3 Games - 2007-01-20 - 2007-01-27 2 Games - 2007-02-08 - 2007-02-10 2 Games - 2006-11-03 - 2006-11-04 2 Games - 2006-03-03 - 2006-03-05

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Golden Hawks Roster MATT GRENNIER #27 Position: Forward Height: 6'1" Year: 4 Eligibility Year: 4

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Program: Economics Hometown: Dryden, ON High School: Dryden HS Last Team: Kitchener Rangers (OHL)

Matt Grennier has been a true leader for the Golden Hawk squad in their road to the nationals. This Dryden native has proven to be a dedicated player in his four years at Laurier playing a total of 94 regular season games with 29 goals and 52 assists. In the 2006-07 season Grennier was fifth in team assists with 17. Matt demonstrates his many leadership skills on the ice and is well respected by his teammates.

Career Statistics: Season 2003-2004 2004-2005 2005-2006 2006-2007 Totals

GP 23 19 24 28 94

G 7 6 7 9 29

A 15 6 14 17 52

TP 22 12 21 26 81

PIM 48 22 30 30 130

PP 5 1 1 2 9

SH 0 1 3 1 5

Playoffs 2003-2004 2004-2005 2005-2006 2006-2007 Totals

GP 4 3 9 7 23

G 1 0 3 3 7

Season Highs/Career Highs 2006-2007 Highs 2 @ Lakehead 1/27/2007 3 @ Waterloo 10/27/2006 3 @ Waterloo 10/27/2006 6 vs Waterloo 2/3/2007 3 (0G, 3A) @ Waterloo 10/27/2006 2 (0G, 2A) vs Waterloo 2/3/2007 2 (2G, 0A) @ Lakehead 1/27/2007 2 (1G, 1A) vs York 1/18/2007 2 (1G, 1A) vs Brock 11/30/2006 3 Games - 2007-01-26 - 2007-02-01

Goals in a Game Assists in a Game Points in a Game Penalty Min in a Game Top 5 Multi-Point Games

Top 5 Goal Scoring Streaks

Top 5 Point Streaks

A 1 0 2 0 3

TP 2 0 5 3 10

PIM 6 0 0 16 22

PP 0 0 2 0 2

SH 0 0 1 0 1

Career Highs 2 @ Lakehead 11/5/2004 3 @ Waterloo 10/27/2006 3 @ Waterloo 10/27/2006 14 @ Waterloo 1/11/2004 3 (0G, 3A) @ Waterloo 10/27/2006 2 (0G, 2A) vs Waterloo 2/3/2007 2 (2G, 0A) @ Lakehead 1/27/2007 2 (1G, 1A) vs York 1/18/2007 2 (1G, 1A) vs Brock 11/30/2006 4 Games - 2004-10-24 - 2004-11-05 3 Games - 2007-01-26 - 2007-02-01 3 Games - 2006-01-14 - 2006-01-27 3 Games - 2004-01-11 - 2004-01-18 2 Games - 2006-02-26 - 2006-03-01 7 Games - 2004-10-24 - 2004-11-19 6 Games - 2006-01-08 - 2006-01-28 5 Games - 2006-11-25 - 2007-01-06 4 Games - 2007-01-26 - 2007-02-03 4 Games - 2006-02-22 - 2006-03-01

5 Games - 2006-11-25 - 2007-01-06 4 Games - 2007-01-26 - 2007-02-03 2 Games - 2007-02-10 - 2007-02-21 2 Games - 2006-11-04 - 2006-11-10 2 Games - 2006-10-27 - 2006-10-28

J TYLER GROVER #57 Position: Defence Height: 6'2" Year: 2 Eligibility Year: 2 Career Statistics: Season 2005-2006 2006-2007 Totals

GP 20 24 44

G 2 2 4

Program: Psychology Hometown: Consort, AB High School: Consort HS Last Team: Fort McMurray Oil Barons (AJHL)

A 2 3 5

TP 4 5 9

PIM 79 67 146

PP 0 0 0

SH 0 0 0

Playoffs 2005-2006 2006-2007 Totals

GP 9 7 16

Goals in a Game Assists in a Game Points in a Game Penalty Min in a Game Top 5 Multi-Point Games

Season Highs/Career Highs 2006-2007 Highs 1 vs York 11/25/2006 1 vs Queen’s 10/22/2006 2 vs York 11/25/2006 27 vs Brock 11/30/2006 2 (1G, 1A) vs York 11/25/2006

Top 5 Goal Scoring Streaks Top 5 Point Streaks

N/A 2 Games - 2006-11-23 - 2006-11-25

G 0 1 1

A 0 0 0

TP 0 1 1

PIM 22 4 26

PP 0 0 0

SH 0 0 0

Career Highs 1 vs Ryerson 10/22/2005 1 vs Toronto 10/21/2005 2 vs Ryerson 10/22/2005 27 vs Brock 11/30/2006 2 (1G, 1A) vs York 11/25/2006 2 (1G, 1A) vs Ryerson 10/22/2005 N/A 2 Games - 2006-11-23 - 2006-11-25 2 Games - 2005-10-21 - 2005-10-22

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Golden Hawks Roster JAYME HELMER #9 Position: Forward Height: 6'1" Year: 1 Eligibility Year: 1 Career Statistics: Season 2006-2007 Totals

GP 8 8

G 1 1

Program: Communication Studies Hometown: Haley Station, ON High School: Renfrew CI Last Team: Trenton Sting (OPJHL)

A 0 0

TP PIM PP SH 1 33 1 0 1 33 1 0

Goals in a Game Assists in a Game Points in a Game Penalty Min in a Game Top 5 Multi-Point Games Top 5 Goal Scoring Streaks Top 5 Point Streaks

Season Highs/Career Highs 2006-2007 Highs 1 vs Brock 11/30/2006 0 1 vs Brock 11/30/2006 17 vs Brock 11/30/2006 N/A N/A N/A

CHAD KENNEDY #3 Position: Defence Height: 5'11" Year: 1 Eligibility Year: 1 Career Statistics: Season 2006-2007 Totals

All-Rookie Team

GP 28 28

G 3 3

A 11 11

Goals in a Game Assists in a Game Points in a Game Penalty Min in a Game Top 5 Multi-Point Games

Top 5 Goal Scoring Streaks Top 5 Point Streaks

TP PIM PP SH 14 28 1 0 14 28 1 0

Career Highs 1 vs Brock 11/30/2006 0 1 vs Brock 11/30/2006 17 vs Brock 11/30/2006 N/A N/A N/A

Program: Arts Hometown: Mississauga, ON High School: Meadowvale SS Last Team: Aurora Tigers (OPJHL)

Playoffs 2006-2007 Totals

GP G A TP PIM PP SH 7 0 2 3 10 0 0 7 0 2 3 10 0 0

Season Highs/Career Highs 2006-2007 Highs 1 vs Windsor 11/4/2006 2 vs Guelph 1/6/2007 2 vs Guelph 1/6/2007 4 vs Windsor 11/4/2006 2 (0G, 2A) @ OUA Quarter Final Lakehead (Game 1 of 3) 2/21/2007 2 (0G, 2A) @ York 2/10/2007 2 (0G, 2A) vs Guelph 1/6/2007 N/A 5 Games - 2007-01-27 - 2007-02-10 2 Games - 2007-01-04 - 2007-01-06 2 Games - 2006-11-04 - 2006-11-10

Career Highs 1 vs Windsor 11/4/2006 2 vs Guelph 1/6/2007 2 vs Guelph 1/6/2007 4 vs Windsor 11/4/2006 2 (0G, 2A) @ OUA Quarter Final Lakehead (Game 1 of 3) 2/21/2007 2 (0G, 2A) @ York 2/10/2007 2 (0G, 2A) vs Guelph 1/6/2007 N/A 5 Games - 2007-01-27 - 2007-02-10 2 Games - 2007-01-04 - 2007-01-06 2 Games - 2006-11-04 - 2006-11-10

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Golden Hawks Roster MIKE LECLAIR #44 Position: Forward Height: 6'1" Year: 1 Eligibility Year: 1 Career Statistics: Season 2006-2007 Totals

GP 27 27

G 5 5

Program: Arts Hometown: Calgary, AB High School: Central Memorial HS Last Team: Olds Grizzlys (AJHL)

A 5 5

TP PIM PP SH 10 16 2 0 10 16 2 0

Goals in a Game Assists in a Game Points in a Game Penalty Min in a Game Top 5 Multi-Point Games Top 5 Goal Scoring Streaks Top 5 Point Streaks

Playoffs 2006-2007 Totals

GP G A TP PIM PP SH 7 1 0 1 2 0 0 7 1 0 1 2 0 0

Season Highs/Career Highs 2006-2007 Highs 1 @ Western 10/28/2006 1 vs RMC 10/21/2006 2 @ Lakehead 1/26/2007 4 vs York 11/25/2006 2 (1G, 1A) @ Lakehead 1/26/2007 N/A 3 Games - 2007-01-18 - 2007-01-26

Career Highs 1 @ Western 10/28/2006 1 vs RMC 10/21/2006 2 @ Lakehead 1/26/2007 4 vs York 11/25/2006 2 (1G, 1A) @ Lakehead 1/26/2007 N/A 3 Games - 2007-01-18 - 2007-01-26

ADAM MACCARONE #5 Position: Defence Height: 6'2" Year: 1 Eligibility Year: 1

Career Statistics: Season 2006-2007 Totals

GP 11 11

G 0 0

Program: Arts Hometown: Whitby, ON High School: All Saints CSS Last Team: Oshawa Legionaires (OPJHL)

A 1 1

Goals in a Game Assists in a Game Points in a Game Penalty Min in a Game Top 5 Multi-Point Games Top 5 Goal Scoring Streaks Top 5 Point Streaks

TP PIM PP SH 1 12 0 0 1 12 0 0 Season Highs/Career Highs 2006-2007 Highs 0 1 @ Ryerson 10/14/2006 1 @ Ryerson 10/14/2006 12 @ Brock 12/2/2006 N/A N/A N/A

Career Highs 0 1 @ Ryerson 10/14/2006 1 @ Ryerson 10/14/2006 12 @ Brock 12/2/2006 N/A N/A N/A

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Golden Hawks Roster MATT MACCARONE #25

Position: Forward Height: 6'7" Year: 2 Eligibility Year: 2 Career Statistics: Season 2005-2006 2006-2007 Totals

GP 23 28 51

G 4 7 11

Program: Psychology Hometown: Whitby, ON High School: Fr Leo J. Austin Last Team: Sudbury Wolves (OHL)

A 13 24 37

TP 17 31 48

PIM 46 12 58

PP 0 3 3

SH 0 0 0

Playoffs 2005-2006 2006-2007 Totals

GP 9 7 16

G 1 1 2

Season Highs/Career Highs 2006-2007 Highs 1 vs RMC 10/21/2006 3 vs Windsor 11/4/2006 4 vs Windsor 11/4/2006 6 vs Windsor 11/3/2006 4 (1G, 3A) vs Windsor 11/4/2006 3 (1G, 2A) @ Brock 1/13/2007 3 (1G, 2A) @ Waterloo 10/27/2006 2 (1G, 1A) @ OUA Quarter Final Lakehead (Game 1 of 3) 2/21/2007 2 (0G, 2A) @ Lakehead 1/27/2007

Goals in a Game Assists in a Game Points in a Game Penalty Min in a Game Top 5 Multi-Point Games

Top 5 Goal Scoring Streaks Top 5 Point Streaks

2 Games - 2006-11-03 - 2006-11-04 5 Games - 2006-11-03 - 2006-11-17 4 Games - 2006-11-23 - 2006-12-02 4 Games - 2006-10-14 - 2006-10-27 2 Games - 2007-01-27 - 2007-02-01 2 Games - 2007-01-13 - 2007-01-18

A 4 3 7

TP 5 4 9

PIM 20 2 22

PP 0 1 1

SH 0 0 0

Career Highs 1 vs Toronto 10/21/2005 3 vs Ryerson 10/22/2005 4 vs Windsor 11/4/2006 12 @ RMC 10/28/2005 4 (1G, 3A) vs Windsor 11/4/2006 3 (1G, 2A) @ Brock 1/13/2007 3 (1G, 2A) @ Waterloo 10/27/2006 3 (0G, 3A) vs Ryerson 10/22/2005 2 (1G, 1A) @ OUA Quarter Final Lakehead (Game 1 of 3) 2/21/2007 2 Games - 2006-11-03 - 2006-11-04 5 Games - 2006-11-03 - 2006-11-17 4 Games - 2006-11-23 - 2006-12-02 4 Games - 2006-10-14 - 2006-10-27 2 Games - 2007-01-27 - 2007-02-01 2 Games - 2007-01-13 - 2007-01-18

JEFF MACDOUGALD #30 Position: Goalie Height: 6'0" Year: 2 Eligibility Year: 2

Program: Geography Hometown: Shallow Lake, ON High School: West Hill SS Last Team: Sarnia Sting (OHL)

This second year Geography major has been a vital component to the Hawk squad in his short time with the team. As a rookie in the 2005-06 season MacDougald played backup goaltender but this year he has taken the spotlight and has performed exceptionally. Jeff has recorded a save percentage of .918 and is ranked 11th in the nation for goaltending.

Career Statistics: Season 2005-2006 2006-2007 Totals

GP 2 15 17

Min 48 846 894

W 1 11 12

L 0 3 3

T 0 0 0

SH 34 491 525

GA 2 40 42

SO 0 0 0

SV PCT 0.941 0.918 0.920

GAA 2.5 2.83 2.81

Playoffs 2005-2006 2006-2007 Totals

GP 2 7 9

Min 69 454 523

W 0 5 5

L 2 2 4

T 0 0 0

SH 59 265 324

GA 4 25 29

SO 0 0 0

SV PCT 0.932 0.906 0.910

GAA 3.47 3.30 3.32

Assists in a Game Points in a Game Penalty Min in a Game

Season Highs/Career Highs 2006-2007 Highs 1 vs Brock 1/11/2007 1 vs Brock 1/11/2007 10 @ OUA Semi Final - Waterloo (Game 2 of 3) 3/2/2007

Career Highs 1 vs Brock 1/11/2007 1 vs Brock 1/11/2007 10 @ OUA Semi Final - Waterloo (Game 2 of 3) 3/2/2007

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Golden Hawks Roster RILEY MOHER #18 Position: Defence Height: 6'1" Year: 4 Eligibility Year: 4 Career Statistics: Season 2003-2004 2004-2005 2005-2006 2006-2007 Totals

GP 24 24 24 28 100

G 4 3 4 4 15

'A' Program: Sociology Hometown: Port Credit, ON High School: McDowell SS Last Team: Barrie Colts (OHL)

A 5 6 9 12 32

TP 9 9 13 16 47

PIM 56 50 42 74 222

PP 0 2 3 3 8

SH 0 0 0 0 0

Playoffs 2003-2004 2004-2005 2005-2006 2006-2007 Totals

GP 4 3 9 7 23

Goals in a Game Assists in a Game Points in a Game Penalty Min in a Game Top 5 Multi-Point Games

Season Highs/Career Highs 2006-2007 Highs 1 @ Western 10/28/2006 2 @ Waterloo 10/27/2006 2 @ Waterloo 10/27/2006 12 vs York 11/25/2006 2 (1G, 1A) @ York 1/4/2007 2 (1G, 1A) vs UQTR 11/11/2006 2 (0G, 2A) @ Waterloo 10/27/2006

Top 5 Goal Scoring Streaks

2 Games - 2006-11-10 - 2006-11-11

Top 5 Point Streaks

7 Games - 2006-10-22 - 2006-11-11 3 Games - 2007-01-04 - 2007-01-11

CHACE NUSCA #32 Position: Forward Height: 5'10" Year: 2 Eligibility Year: 2 Career Statistics: Season 2005-2006 2006-2007 Totals

GP 14 13 27

G 0 0 0

A 1 1 2

Goals in a Game Assists in a Game Points in a Game Penalty Min in a Game Top 5 Multi-Point Games Top 5 Goal Scoring Streaks Top 5 Point Streaks

TP 1 1 2

PIM 10 14 24

PP 0 0 0

SH 0 0 0

G 0 1 1 1 3

A 1 1 2 1 5

TP 1 2 3 2 8

PIM 4 4 22 22 50

PP 0 0 0 1 1

SH 0 0 0 0 0

Career Highs 2 vs Guelph 1/24/2004 2 @ Concordia 11/25/2005 3 vs Guelph 1/24/2004 12 @ Windsor 2/7/2004 3 (1G, 2A) vs Western 2/4/2006 3 (2G, 1A) vs Guelph 1/24/2004 2 (1G, 1A) @ York 1/4/2007 2 (1G, 1A) vs UQTR 11/11/2006 2 (0G, 2A) @ Waterloo 10/27/2006 2 Games - 2006-11-10 - 2006-11-11 2 Games - 2006-01-12 - 2006-01-14 7 Games - 2006-10-22 - 2006-11-11 3 Games - 2007-01-04 - 2007-01-11 2 Games - 2006-03-23 - 2006-03-24 2 Games - 2006-01-12 - 2006-01-14

Program: Business Hometown: Burlington, ON High School: Notre Dame Catholic SS Last Team: Streetsville Derby’s (OPJHL) Playoffs 2005-2006 2006-2007 Totals

GP 9 5 14

Season Highs/Career Highs 2006-2007 Highs 0 1 @ Lakehead 1/26/2007 1 @ Lakehead 1/26/2007 2 @ Toronto 10/13/2006 N/A N/A N/A

G 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

TP 0 0 0

PIM 0 0 0

PP 0 0 0

SH 0 0 0

Career Highs 0 1 @ Windsor 1/27/2006 1 @ Windsor 1/27/2006 4 vs Brock 1/8/2006 N/A N/A N/A

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Golden Hawks Roster NATHAN PEACOCK #24 Position: Forward Height: 5'11" Year: 1 Eligibility Year: 1

Program: Arts Hometown: Tillsonburg, ON High School: Glendale HS Last Team: St.Marys Lincolns (WOHL)

This rookie forward has been imperative to the Hawks’ offensive lineup. Peacock has dressed in every regular season game in this his first season in the CIS. He was second in scoring for the Golden Hawks with 17 goals and also contributed 8 assists. This rookie surely has a bright future ahead of himself in his career at Laurier.

Career Statistics:

Season 2006-2007 Totals

All-Rookie Team

GP 28 28

G 17 17

A 8 8

Goals in a Game Assists in a Game Points in a Game Penalty Min in a Game Top 5 Multi-Point Games

Canadain All-Rookie

Top 5 Goal Scoring Streaks Top 5 Point Streaks

TP PIM PP SH 25 16 2 0 25 16 2 0

Playoffs 2006-2007 Totals

GP G A TP PIM PP SH 6 2 4 6 8 0 0 6 2 4 6 8 0 0

Season Highs/Career Highs 2006-2007 Highs 2 @ Ryerson 10/14/2006 2 @ Guelph 11/23/2006 3 @ Lakehead 1/27/2007 4 @ OUA Semi Final - Waterloo (Game 2 of 3) 3/2/2007 3 (1G, 2A) vs OUA Semi Final Waterloo (Game 1 of 3) 2/28/2007 3 (1G, 2A) @ Lakehead 1/27/2007 2 (0G, 2A) @ OUA Semi Final Waterloo (Game 2 of 3) 3/2/2007 2 (2G, 0A) vs Waterloo 2/3/2007 2 (2G, 0A) @ Lakehead 1/26/2007 5 Games - 2006-10-13 - 2006-10-27 4 Games - 2007-01-26 - 2007-02-03 5 Games - 2006-10-13 - 2006-10-27 4 Games - 2007-01-26 - 2007-02-03 2 Games - 2007-02-28 - 2007-03-02 2 Games - 2007-01-13 - 2007-01-18

Career Highs 2 @ Ryerson 10/14/2006 2 @ Guelph 11/23/2006 3 @ Lakehead 1/27/2007 4 @ OUA Semi Final - Waterloo (Game 2 of 3) 3/2/2007 3 (1G, 2A) vs OUA Semi Final Waterloo (Game 1 of 3) 2/28/2007 3 (1G, 2A) @ Lakehead 1/27/2007 2 (0G, 2A) @ OUA Semi Final Waterloo (Game 2 of 3) 3/2/2007 2 (2G, 0A) vs Waterloo 2/3/2007 2 (2G, 0A) @ Lakehead 1/26/2007 5 Games - 2006-10-13 - 2006-10-27 4 Games - 2007-01-26 - 2007-02-03 5 Games - 2006-10-13 - 2006-10-27 4 Games - 2007-01-26 - 2007-02-03 2 Games - 2007-02-28 - 2007-03-02 2 Games - 2007-01-13 - 2007-01-18

JOHN THIEL #14 Position: Forward Height: 6'0" Year: 2 Eligibility Year: 2 Career Statistics: Season 2006-2007 Totals

GP 21 21

G 6 6

Program: English Hometown: Waterloo, ON High School: Kitchener CI Last Team: Waterloo Siskins (MWJBHL) A 2 2

Goals in a Game Assists in a Game Points in a Game Penalty Min in a Game Top 5 Multi-Point Games Top 5 Goal Scoring Streaks Top 5 Point Streaks

TP PIM PP SH 8 27 2 0 8 27 2 0

Playoffs 2006-2007 Totals

GP G A TP PIM PP SH 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0

Season Highs/Career Highs 2006-2007 Highs 2 @ York 2/10/2007 1 @ Western 10/28/2006 2 @ Western 10/28/2006 6 vs York 11/25/2006 2 (2G, 0A) @ York 2/10/2007 2 (1G, 1A) @ Western 10/28/2006 2 Games - 2006-10-21 - 2006-10-22 2 Games - 2006-10-21 - 2006-10-22

Career Highs 2 @ York 2/10/2007 1 @ Western 10/28/2006 2 @ Western 10/28/2006 6 vs York 11/25/2006 2 (2G, 0A) @ York 2/10/2007 2 (1G, 1A) @ Western 10/28/2006 2 Games - 2006-10-21 - 2006-10-22 2 Games - 2006-10-21 - 2006-10-22

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Golden Hawks Roster MIKE THOMSON #1 Position: Goalie Height: 5'9" Year: 2 Eligibility Year: 1 Career Statistics: Season 2006-2007 Totals

GP Min W L 9 506 7 1 9 506 7 1

T 1 1

SH 265 265

GA 32 32

ADAM WOOD #4 Position: Defence Height: 6'2" Year: 4 Eligibility Year: 4 Career Statistics: Season 2004-2005 2005-2006 2006-2007 Totals

GP 13 20 2 35

G 1 0 0 1

A 0 1 0 1

Goals in a Game Assists in a Game Points in a Game Penalty Min in a Game Top 5 Multi-Point Games Top 5 Goal Scoring Streaks Top 5 Point Streaks

TP 1 1 0 2

PIM 18 28 0 46

PP 0 0 0 0

SH 0 0 0 0

Program: Business Hometown: Barrie, ON High School: St. Peter’s SS Last Team: Collingwood Blues (OPJHL)

SO 0 0

SV PCT 0.879 0.879

GAA 3.79 3.79

Program: Economics Hometown: Toronto, ON High School: Northern SS Last Team: Union College (NCAA) Playoffs 2004-2005 2005-2006 2006-2007 Totals

GP 3 3 0 6

Season Highs/Career Highs 2006-2007 Highs 0 0 0 0 N/A N/A N/A

G 0 0 0 0

A 0 0 0 0

TP 0 0 0 0

PIM 2 4 0 6

PP 0 0 0 0

SH 0 0 0 0

Career Highs 1 @ Guelph 1/9/2005 1 vs Guelph 12/1/2005 1 @ Guelph 1/9/2005 12 @ UQTR 11/26/2005 N/A N/A N/A

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Golden Hawks Roster NICK VERGEER #19

'A'

Position: Forward Height: 5'6" Year: 3 Eligibility Year: 3

Program: Geography Hometown: West Lorne, ON High School: St.Joseph’s HS Last Team: Stratford Cullitons (MWJBHL)

Nick Vergeer has proven to be one of the leading forces for Laurier. This assistant captain led the Golden Hawks in the 2006-07 regular season in assists with 28 and was second in team points with 35. Vergeer has proven to be an intelligent athlete on the ice always aware of goal scoring opportunities. In his three years at Laurier he has contributed 21 goals and 68 assists for the Hawks.

Career Statistics: Season 2004-2005 2005-2006 2006-2007 Totals

GP 24 24 28 76

G 4 10 7 21

A 15 20 28 63

TP 19 30 35 84

PIM 6 4 20 30

PP 1 4 3 8

SH 0 1 1 2

Playoffs 2004-2005 2005-2006 2006-2007 Totals

GP 3 9 7 19

G 0 3 2 5

Season Highs/Career Highs 2006-2007 Highs 1 vs RMC 10/21/2006 4 @ Lakehead 1/26/2007 4 @ Lakehead 1/26/2007 10 @ OUA Semi Final Waterloo (Game 2 of 3) 3/2/2007 4 (0G, 4A) @ Lakehead 1/26/2007 3 (1G, 2A) @ OUA Semi Final Waterloo (Game 2 of 3) 3/2/2007 3 (0G, 3A) vs Guelph 1/20/2007 3 (1G, 2A) vs UQTR 11/11/2006 2 (0G, 2A) vs OUA Final - Queen’s Cup UQTR 3/10/2007 N/A

Goals in a Game Assists in a Game Points in a Game Penalty Min in a Game Top 5 Multi-Point Games

Top 5 Goal Scoring Streaks Top 5 Point Streaks

Position: Forward Height: 6'0" Year: 2 Eligibility Year: 3

TP 1 10 11 22

PIM 0 14 12 26

PP 0 0 2 2

SH 0 0 0 0

Career Highs 1 vs Concordia 11/19/2004 4 @ Lakehead 1/26/2007 4 @ Lakehead 1/26/2007 10 @ OUA Semi Final Waterloo (Game 2 of 3) 3/2/2007 4 (0G, 4A) @ Lakehead 1/26/2007 3 (1G, 2A) @ OUA Semi Final Waterloo (Game 2 of 3) 3/2/2007 3 (0G, 3A) vs Guelph 1/20/2007 3 (1G, 2A) vs UQTR 11/11/2006 3 (0G, 3A) vs OUA Quarter Final Waterloo (Gm 3 of 3) 2/26/2006 3 Games - 2006-02-04 - 2006-02-11 2 Games - 2006-03-11 - 2006-03-23 2 Games - 2005-11-26 - 2005-12-01 2 Games - 2005-10-22 - 2005-10-28 15 Games - 2005-11-19 - 2006-02-11 6 Games - 2007-01-20 - 2007-02-08 6 Games - 2006-11-11 - 2006-11-30 5 Games - 2005-01-28 - 2005-02-11 4 Games - 2007-02-24 - 2007-03-10

6 Games - 2007-01-20 - 2007-02-08 6 Games - 2006-11-11 - 2006-11-30 4 Games - 2007-02-24 - 2007-03-10 3 Games - 2006-10-21 - 2006-10-27 2 Games - 2007-01-11 - 2007-01-13

MARK VOAKES #33

A 1 7 9 17

Program: Geography Hometown: St. Thomas, ON High School: Central Elgin CI Last Team: St.Thomas Stars (WOHL)

Mark Voakes, a second year forward for the Hawks, has proven to be a leader both on the ice and on the scoreboards. This centremen led Laurier in the 2006-07 regular season in team goals with 18, in points with 43. His 7 game winning goals were tops not only on the team but tops in the nation as well.Voakes also ranked fifth in the nation and third in the province for points this season.

Career Statistics: Season 2005-2006 2006-2007 Totals

GP 20 28 48

G 10 18 28

A 9 25 34

Goals in a Game Assists in a Game

West Most Sportsmanlike Player Second Team All-Star

Points in a Game Penalty Min in a Game Top 5 Multi-Point Games

Top 5 Goal Scoring Streaks

Top 5 Point Streaks

TP 19 43 62

PIM 50 22 72

PP 2 6 8

SH 2 3 5

Playoffs 2005-2006 2006-2007 Totals

GP 9 7 16

Season Highs/Career Highs 2006-2007 Highs 2 @ Brock 1/13/2007 4 vs OUA Semi Final Waterloo (Game 1 of 3) 2/28/2007 4 vs OUA Semi Final Waterloo (Game 1 of 3) 2/28/2007 6 vs Windsor 11/4/2006 4 (0G, 4A) vs OUA Semi Final Waterloo (Game 1 of 3) 2/28/2007 3 (2G, 1A) @ OUA Semi Final Waterloo (Game 2 of 3) 3/2/2007 3 (0G, 3A) @ York 2/10/2007 3 (1G, 2A) vs Western 2/1/2007 3 (1G, 2A) @ Lakehead 1/26/2007 7 Games - 2007-01-11 - 2007-02-01 3 Games - 2006-11-23 - 2006-11-30 2 Games - 2006-11-03 - 2006-11-04 2 Games - 2006-10-22 - 2006-10-27 18 Games - 2007-01-06 - 2007-03-24 6 Games - 2006-10-22 - 2006-11-10 4 Games - 2006-11-23 - 2006-12-02 2 Games - 2006-10-13 - 2006-10-14

G 2 4 6

A 6 9 15

TP 8 13 21

PIM 18 2 20

PP 1 2 3

SH 1 0 1

Career Highs 2 @ Brock 1/21/2006 4 vs OUA Semi Final Waterloo (Game 1 of 3) 2/28/2007 4 vs OUA Semi Final Waterloo (Game 1 of 3) 2/28/2007 15 @ UQTR 11/26/2005 4 (0G, 4A) vs OUA Semi Final Waterloo (Game 1 of 3) 2/28/2007 3 (2G, 1A) @ OUA Semi Final Waterloo (Game 2 of 3) 3/2/2007 3 (0G, 3A) @ York 2/10/2007 3 (1G, 2A) vs Western 2/1/2007 3 (1G, 2A) @ Lakehead 1/26/2007 7 Games - 2007-01-11 - 2007-02-01 3 Games - 2006-11-23 - 2006-11-30 2 Games - 2006-11-03 - 2006-11-04 2 Games - 2006-10-22 - 2006-10-27 2 Games - 2006-01-14 - 2006-01-21 18 Games - 2007-01-06 - 2007-03-24 7 Games - 2005-12-01 - 2006-01-27 6 Games - 2006-10-22 - 2006-11-10 5 Games - 2006-02-09 - 2006-02-26 4 Games - 2006-11-23 - 2006-12-02

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*The list below includes all historical results from 1977 to 2007

WLU VERSUS OUA OPPONENTS Guelph Regular Season: 41-17-2 VERSUS Playoffs: 5-1 Overall: 46-18-2 41-17-2 Regular Season:

OUA

(0.710) (0.830) (0.720) (0.730)

McMaster Playoffs:Season: 5-1 Regular 15-6-1 Overall: 46-18-2 Playoffs: 1-0 Overall: 16-6-1

(0.750) (0.710) (0.730) (1.000) (0.730) O�awa

15-6-1 Regular Season: 11-3-0 1-0 Playoffs: N/A 16-6-1 Overall: 11-3-0

(0.780) (0.790) (0.570) (0.000) (0.750) (0.790) Queen’s

Regular Season: 24-11-4 Regular Season: Playoffs: N/A 11-3-0 Playoffs:24-11-4 0-0 Overall:

(0.685) (0.420) (0.000) (1.000) (0.685) Toronto

Overall: Season: 11-3-0 14-15-10 Regular Playoffs: 2-2 Regular Season: Overall: 16-17-1024-11-4

(0.560) (0.480) (0.500) (0.400) (0.485)

Waterloo Playoffs:Season: 0-0 Regular 40-32-12 Overall: 24-11-4 Playoffs: 14-13 Overall: 54-45-12

(0.667) (0.555) (0.500) (0.512) (0.545)

Western 14-15-10 Regular Season: 24-49-6 2-2 Playoffs: 11-11 16-17-10 Overall: 35-60-6

(0.656) (0.324) (0.800) (0.500) (0.676) (0.412)

Windsor 40-32-12 Regular Season: 39-26-8 14-13 Playoffs: 5-0 54-45-12 Overall: 44-26-8

(0.740) (0.600) (0.430) (1.000) (0.700) (0.623) York

Regular Season: 24-25-11 Regular Season: 24-49-6 Playoffs: 5-9 Playoffs:29-34-11 11-11 Overall:

VERSUS OUA Trent 41-17-2 Regular Season: 2-0 5-1 Playoffs: N/A 46-18-2 Overall: 2-0

(0.730) (1.000) (0.750) (1.000) (0.730) (1.000) Brock

15-6-1 Regular Season: 35-18-7 1-0 Playoffs: 5-0 16-6-1 Overall: 40-18-7

(0.780) (0.660) (0.570) (1.000) (0.750) (0.690) UQTR

11-3-0 Regular Season: 4-6-1 0-0 Playoffs: 4-3 11-3-0 Overall: 8-9-1

(0.420) (0.400) (1.000) (0.570) (0.560) (0.470) McGill

24-11-4 Regular Season: 4-8-1 0-0 Playoffs: 0-1 24-11-4 Overall: 4-9-1

(0.400) (0.333) (0.667) (0.000) (0.500) (0.308) Ryerson

14-15-10 Regular Season: 39-9-1 2-2 Playoffs: N/A 16-17-10 Overall: 39-9-1

(0.656) (0.813) (0.800) (0.000) (0.676) (0.813)

Lakehead 40-32-12 Regular Season: 5-7-0 14-13 Playoffs: 3-2 54-45-12 Overall: 8-9-0

(0.740) (0.417) (0.430) (0.600) (0.700) (0.470) RMC

24-49-6 Regular Season: 28-4-2 11-11 Playoffs: N/A 25-60-6 Overall: 28-4-2

(0.350) (0.875) (0.380) (0.000) (0.350) (0.875)

Concordia 39-26-8 Regular Season: 9-2-1 5-0 Playoffs: N/A 44-26-8 Overall: 9-2-1

(0.750) (0.818) (0.667) (0.000) (0.740) (0.818)

Laurentian 24-25-11 Regular Season: 28-14-4 5-9 Playoffs: N/A Overall: 29-34-11

(0.850) (0.666) (1.000) (0.000) (0.850) (0.666)

(0.495) (0.350) (0.357) (0.380) (0.460)

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Historical Results * Provincial Champion

QF - Quarter Final

SF - Semi Final

# Provincial Finalist

^ Provincial Bronze (berth to Nationals)

QC - Queen's Cup (Provincial Final)

& National Finalist

! A�ended Nationals

D - Division / P - Provincial

~ in 2000/01 Laurier/Guelph/Waterloo hosted the Nationals and Laurier entered the tournament in a mini-play down

Year

GP W

L

T

F

A

PTS

Position in Standings / Playo Notes

1971-1972 19

5

10

4

76

110

14

6th in West

1972-1973 17

3

14

0

62

114

6

6th in West

1973-1974 18

8

9

1

88

96

17

4th in West - L in P QF to Waterloo 8-6

1974-1975 17

11

5

1

100

74

23

3rd in West - L in P QF to Western 12-3

1975-1976 16

4

10

2

55

72

10

4th in West

1976-1977 20

13

6

1

93

70

27

1st in West - L in P SF to Toronto 6-1

1977-1978 20

17

2

1

120

52

35

1st in West - L in QC to Toronto 3-2,4-1 (2-0 best of 3)

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Historical Results Year

GP W

L

T

F

A

PTS

Position in Standings / Playo Notes

1978-1979 16

9

5

2

83

60

20

2nd in West - L P QF to Western 7-4

1979-1980 22

5

14

3

96

111

13

9th - DNQ

1980-1981 22

12

8

2

104

70

26

7th - DNQ

1981-1982 22

12

7

3

97

86

27

5th

1982-1983 24

19

4

1

133

64

39

1983-1984 24

15

3

6

143

74

36

2nd - loss in P SF to Western 5-8, 6-3, 3-2 (2-1 best of 3)

1984-1985 24

18

2

4

148

75

40

2nd - loss in P QF to Western 9-2, 6-5 (2-0 best of 3)

1985-1986 24

20

3

1

178

82

41

1986-1987 24

14

6

4

132

86

32

5th - loss in P SF to Western 9-1, 3-4, 5-1 (2-1 best of 3)

1987-1988 26

13

9

4

149

109

30

4th in Central - L in P QF to York 8-7, 7-6 (2-0 best of 3)

1988-1989 26

13

10

3

113

85

29

*& 4th in Central - W in QC over York 3-0

1989-1990 22

19

3

0

160

57

38

*& 1st in West - W in QC over UQTR 6-2, 4-1 (2-0 best of 3)

1990-1991 22

13

8

1

122

98

27

1991-1992 22

13

7

2

102

74

28

1992-1993 22

16

5

1

143

76

33

2nd in West - L in D SF to Waterloo 2-4, 7-1, 10-4

1993-1994 24

20

3

1

128

70

41

2nd in Far West - L in D F to Western 6-5 (3OT), 5-4

1994-1995 24

14

8

2

101

73

30

2nd in Far West - L in D SF to Waterloo 6-5 (2OT)

1995-1996 26

5

20

1

65

127

11

4th in Far West - DNQ

1996-1997 26

6

17

3

63

104

15

4th in Far West - DNQ

1997-1998 26

6

18

2

78

108

14

4th in Far West - DNQ

1998-1999 26

14

7

5

108

72

33

L in D QF to Waterloo 3-1, 4-2 (2-0 best of 3)

1999-2000 26

11

10

5

101

98

27

3rd in Far West - L in D F to Western 3-2, 1-0 (2-0 best of 3)

2000-2001 24

10

10

4

69

69

24

2001-2002 24

8

14

2

73

116

18

4th in Far West - DNQ

2002-2003 24

12

11

1

89

99

25

2nd in Mid West- L in D F to York 5-4, 3-5, 5-0 (2-1 best of 3)

2003-2004 24

10

11

3

83

85

26

3rd in Mid West - L in D F to York 7-2, 5-3 (2-0 best of 3)

2004-2005 24

12

10

2

77

86

26

2nd in Far West - L in D QF to Waterloo 3-2, 1-2, 4-2 (2-1 best of 3)

2005-2006 24

13

9

2

85

77

29

!^

1st in Mid West - L in D F to Lakehead 4-1, 2-4, 4-2 (2-1 best of 3)

2006-2007 28

22

5

1

132

88

45

!

1st in Far West - L in QC to UQTR 5-3

* Provincial Champion # Provincial Finalist

*!

#!

3rd - W in QC over Toronto 5-4 OT, 4-2 (2-0 best of 3)

1st - loss in QC to York 6-4, 6-3 (2-0 best of 3)

3rd in West - L in D SF to Waterloo 3-1, 8-5 #!

!~

4th in West - L in QC to UQTR 8-2

3rd in Far West - L in D SF to Waterloo 3-2, 3-4, 5-3 (2-1 best of 3)

QF - Quarter Final SF - Semi Final ^ Provincial Bronze (berth to Nationals)

QC - Queen's Cup (Provincial Final)

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Historical Information Career Scoring Leaders Seasons Played Greg Pohalski (4); 1986-87 to 1989-90 John Spoltore (3); 1992-93 to 1994-95 Mike Dahle (4); 1991-92 to 1994-95 Doug Marsden (2); 1985-85 to 1986-87 Chris George (3); 1992-93 to 1994-95 Tim Glencross (3); 1983-84 to 1985-86 Richard Colwill (4); 2002-03 to 2005-06 Dave Beckon (3); 1981-82 to 1984-85 Mike Maurice (2); 1989-90 to 1990-91 Beric Skyes (3); 1983-84 to 1985-86 Eric Calder (3); 1985-86 to 1987-88 Terry McCutcheon (2); 1985-86 to 1986-87 Darryl Benjamin (3); 1977-78 to 1980-81 Jeff Ambrosio (3); 1998-99 to 2000-01 Sean Reagan (2); 1985-86 to 1986-87 Mark McCreary (2); 1990-91 to 1992-93 Nick Vergeer (3); 2004-05 to 2006-07 Ma� Grennier (4); 2003-04 to 2006-07 Sean Davidson (2); 1990-91 to 1991-92 Todd Stark (2); 1982-83 to 1983-84 Nick Gibson (4); 2001-02 to 2004-05 Tom Bu� (2); 1976-77 to 1977-78 Rick White (3); 1998-99 to 2000-01 Dan Rinchte (2); 1988-89 to 1989-90 Chris Di Ubaldo (3); 2003-05, 2006-07 Mark Voakes (2); 2005-06 to 2006-07 Kevin Corso (3); 2001-02 to 2003-04 Brent Heard (2); 1973-74 to 1974-75 Paul Roantree (2); 1982-83 to 1983-84 Rob Dmytruk (4); 2003-04 to 2006-07 Mark Dineley (3); 1998-99 to 2000-01 Single Season Scoring Leaders Season John Spoltore 1992-1993 Greg Puhalski 1989-1990 Greg Puhalski 1987-1988 Mike Maurice 1989-1990 Terry McCutcheon 1985-1986 John Spoltore 1993-1994 Mark McCreary 1992-1993 John Spoltore 1994-1995 Shawn Reagan 1985-1986 Greg Puhalski 1986-1987 Sean Davidson 1990-1991 Greg Puhalski 1988-1989 Todd Stark 1983-1984 Mark Voakes 2006-2007 Doug Marsden 1987-1988 Doug Marsden 1985-1986

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Goals 88 59 42 54 69 38 49 41 43 44 20 44 38 31 28 33 21 29 39 28 36 20 22 24 34 28 29 24 31 21 28

Assists 134 117 89 61 43 70 49 56 54 54 73 49 54 59 58 52 63 52 37 48 30 45 41 39 29 34 31 35 28 37 29

Points 222 16th on CIS All Time List 176 131 115 112 108 98 97 97 98 93 93 92 90 86 85 84 81 76 76 66 65 63 63 63 62 60 59 59 58 57

Goals 21 22 22 30 27 20 25 18 19 24 22 20 18 18 22 22

Assists 45 44 41 28 31 38 31 34 30 23 25 26 27 25 21 20

Points 66 66 63 58 58 58 56 52 49 47 47 46 45 43 43 42 27


Single Season Scoring Leaders (cont.) Season Tim Glencross 1985-1986 Frank Neal 1987-1988 Chris George 1992-1993 Mike Dahle 1992-1993 Mike Maurice 1990-1991 Beric Sykes 1984-1985 Greg Ahbe 1979-1980 Sean Reagan 1986-1987 Jim McCrae 1971-1972 Tim Glencross 1983-1984 Eric Calder 1987-1988 Chris George 1993-1994 Nick Vergeer 2006-2007 Kevin Corso 2002-2003 Mark Strohack 1992-1993 Terry McCutcheon 1986-1987 Dave Atchison 1985-1986 Brent Bywater 1989-1990 Kevin Smith 1990-1991 Chris George 1994-1995 Tom Bu� 1977-1978 Jeff Ambrosio 1999-2000 Beric Sykes 1985-1986 Richard Colwill 2002-2003 Jeff Ambrosio 2000-2001 Kevin Casey 1983-1984 Chad Brezynskie 1997-1998 Dave Beckon 1984-1985 Dan Rinchte 1988-1989 Mike Dahle 1991-1992 Dave Beckon 1982-1983 Darryl Benjamin 1977-1978 Rob Dmytruk 2006-2007 Paul Roantree 1983-1984 Jim Quinn 1984-1985 Brent Heard 1974-1975 Don McConnell 1994-1995

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Goals 11 7 28 14 13 15 10 9 23 15 10 22 7 16 10 17 8 11 16 19 11 10 16 18 12 15 13 11 14 9 17 10 11 13 12 13 13

Assists 31 34 13 25 26 22 27 28 14 21 26 14 28 19 25 18 27 24 19 16 24 24 18 15 21 18 20 22 19 24 16 23 21 19 20 19 19

Points 42 41 41 39 39 37 37 37 37 36 36 36 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 34 34 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 32 32 32 32 32

Hawks in the National Hockey League Eric Calder, Defense, 1985-88 - Played two seasons in NHL with Washington (1981-83) Rob Whistle, Defense, 1981-1985 - Played one season in NHL with New York Rangers (1985-86) - Played one season in NHL with St. Louis (1986-87) Rob Dopson, Goalie, 1987/88, 1989/90 - Played one season in NHL with Pi�sburgh (1993-94) 28


*No award information available before 1971/72 Season

Awards and Honours OUA All Stars

OUA All Stars

FIRST TEAM Doug Tait '72 Al MacSorley '77, '78 Tim Sampson '77 Frank Neal '78 Peter Lochead '78

SECOND TEAM Jim Mcrea '72 Bill Young '76 Mark Strohack '94 Nick Vukovic '02 '03 Mark Voakes '07 Chris DiUbaldo '07

Terry Thompson '81, '82, '83

Steve Bienkowski '84 Rob Whistle 84', '85 Eric Calder '86, '87, '88 Greg Puhalski '90 Marcus Lyons '90 Mark McCreary '92 John Spoltore '93 '94

Chris George '94 Frank Ivankovic '98 Jeff Ambrosio '99 Chad Marshall '00 Rob Dmytruk '07

OUA West MVP Mike Maurice '91 Mark McCreary '93

OUA Rookie All-Star Nick Vukovic '01 Richard Colwill '02 Dan Ehrman '06 Nathan Peacock '07 Chad Kennedy '07

CIS All Canadians

OUA Championship MVP

FIRST TEAM Al MacSorley '77 Terry Thompson '83 Rob Whistle '84 Steve Bienkowski '84 Eric Calder '88 Greg Pohalski '90 Marcus Lyons '90 Mark McCreary '92 John Spoltore '93

Steve Bienkowski '82 Marcus Lyons '89 Rob Dopson '90

CIS Rookie John Spoltore '92

OUA Coach Wayne Gowing '83, '94

CIS Coach Wayne Gowing '94

CIS Championship MVP Rob Dopson '90

CIS MVP CIS Rookie All-Star

Rob Whistle '85

OUA West Most Sportsmanlike John Spoltore '92 Greg Puhalski '90 Mark Voakes '07

WLU MVP - Wayne Gowing Award 1964-1965 Harry Reynolds 1965-1966 John O’Flaherty 1966-1967 John O’Flaherty 1967-1968 Ken Payne 1968-1969 Jim Arno� 1969-1970 Stan Galt 1970-1971 Phil Lepan 1971-1972 Jim McCrea 1972-1973 1973-1974 Chris Baldwin 1974-1975 1975-1976 P. McColeman, T. Sampson 1976-1977 Al Macsorley 1977-1978 Al Macsorley 1978-1979 Tom Bu� 1979-1980 Daryl Benjamin 1980-1981 Terry Thompson 1981-1982 Terry Thompson 1982-1983 Terry Thompson 1983-1984 Todd Stark 1984-1985 Rob Whistle 1985-1986 Beric Sykes

1986-1987 Eric Calder 1987-1988 Greg Puhalski 1988-1989 Greg Puhalski 1989-1990 Rob Dopson 1990-1991 Mike Maurice 1991-1992 Larry Rucchin 1992-1993 Mark McCreary 1993-1994 John Spoltore 1994-1995 John Spoltore 1995-1996 Geoff Schnare 1996-1997 Geoff Schanre 1997-1998 Bob McQuat 1998-1999 Darryl White, Frank Ivankovic 1999-2000 Jeff Ambrosio 2000-2001 Jeff Ambrosio 2001-2002 Sean Sco� 2002-2003 Nick Vukovic 2003-2004 Richard Colwill 2004-2005 Justin Day 2005-2006 Richard Colwill 2006-2007 Mark Voakes

Nathan Peacock '07

WLU Rookie - Ted Maki Award 1970-1971 Bob Ernst 1971-1972 Jim McCrea 1972-1973 Kim Bauer 1973-1974 Brent Heard, Phil McColeman 1974-1975 Tim Sampson 1975-1976 Hugh McIntosh 1976-1977 Tom Bu� 1977-1978 Joe Cecchini 1978-1979 Dan McCafferty 1979-1980 Tony Martindale 1980-1981 Jeff Clark 1981-1982 Dave Beckon 1982-1983 Todd Stark 1983-1984 Peter Black 1984-1985 Jim Quinn 1985-1986 Terry McCutcheon 1986-1987 Greg Puhalski 1987-1988 Bill Loshaw 1988-1989 Peter Choma 1989-1990

1990-1991 Steve Purves 1991-1992 Rick Pracey 1992-1993 John Spoltore 1993-1994 Joel Bishop 1994-1995 Geoff Schnare 1995-1996 Chad Brezynskie 1996-1997 Bryce Kipfer 1997-1998 Andrew Hamilton, Jeff Ambrosio 1998-1999 Eric Ballantyne 1999-2000 Sam Simons 2000-2001 Bill Duncan 2001-2002 Nick Vukovic 2002-2003 Richard Colwill 2003-2004 Ma� Grennier 2004-2005 Nick Vergeer 2005-2006 Dan Ehrman 2006-2007 Nathan Peacock

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Historical Team Results at Nationals The list below includes all historical results from 1977 to 2007. Team GP W L T GF GA PCT App. Gold Acadia 12 7 5 0 60 49 .700 6 2 Alberta 85 58 25 2 404 251 .669 32 12 Brandon 9 0 9 0 23 58 .000 5 0 Calgary 18 5 13 0 58 75 .278 10 0 Concordia 22 8 12 2 75 91 .364 9 0 Dalhousie 9 5 4 0 32 35 .556 3 0 Guelph 16 5 11 0 37 75 .313 8 1 Lakehead 7 2 5 0 18 26 .000 3 0 Laurentian 14 5 9 0 64 87 .357 6 0 Laval 1 0 1 0 1 4 .000 1 0 Lethbridge 2 2 0 0 14 8 1.000 1 1 Loyola 8 1 7 0 22 46 .125 4 0 Manitoba 5 3 2 0 27 17 .667 3 1 McGill 2 1 1 0 5 8 1 0 McMaster 2 2 0 0 7 5 1.000 1 1 Moncton 29 18 10 1 123 113 .621 13 4 Montréal 2 0 2 0 7 13 .000 1 0 O�awa 4 0 4 0 13 25 .000 2 0 Queen’s 2 1 1 0 7 7 .500 1 0 Regina 9 2 7 0 25 47 .222 4 0 Saint Mary’s 21 9 12 0 89 90 .429 8 0 Saskatchewan 28 14 14 0 108 89 .500 12 1 Sherbrooke 2 0 2 0 6 13 .000 1 0 SGW** 15 4 11 0 53 79 .267 7 0 St. Dunstan’s 2 1 1 0 5 10 .500 1 0 StFX 24 12 12 0 96 93 .500 10 1 St. Thomas 2 0 2 0 3 9 .000 1 0 Toronto 44 31 11 2 225 156 .705 18 10 UBC 8 3 5 0 40 40 .375 3 0 UNB 19 13 6 0 77 64 .684 7 2 UPEI* 4 1 3 0 7 11 .250 3 0 UQAC 2 1 1 0 10 9 .500 1 0 UQTR 32 18 14 0 119 137 .563 15 4 Waterloo 6 4 2 0 26 20 .667 3 1 Western 13 5 8 0 42 45 .385 7 1 Wilfrid Laurier 15 5 10 0 48 76 .333 8 0 Windsor 4 0 4 0 10 17 .000 2 0 York 22 12 10 0 85 76 .545 10 3

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

Bronze 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

First App. 91-92 63-64 74-75 73-74 74-75 78-79 75-76 72-73 64-65 75-76 93-94 67-68 64-65 05-06 62-63 75-76 63-64 84-85 80-81 77-78 68-69 66-67 62-63 63-64 64-65 62-63 00-01 65-66 62-63 63-64 86-87 78-79 83-84 73-74 86-87 82-83 97-98 69-70

Last App. 05-06 05-06 82-83 99-00 83-84 03-04 01-02 05-06 70-71 75-76 93-94 72-73 04-05 05-06 62-63 06-07 63-64 03-04 80-81 81-82 01-02 06-07 62-63 73-74 64-65 06-07 00-01 92-93 76-77 06-07 90-91 78-79 06-07 95-96 04-05 06-07 98-99 03-04

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WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY Laurier offers a high quality undergraduate education in the Liberal Arts, Science, Business and Music. We pride ourselves on the strength of our graduates, which we feel reflect the quality of our university and its programs. Laurier grads get jobs, with 95% of our recent graduates securing employment within six months a�er graduating, Laurier’s employment rates are among the highest in the province. Our innovative programs a�ract the best and brightest students from across the world. Last year, 85.37 % of our first year students had an incoming average of 75% or higher. Our coop programs within the Faculty of Arts, the Faculty of Science, and the School of Business and Economics, present students with the opportunity to pair quality work experience with their academics. Laurier is known across the country as an institution with high quality students and professors, and a community environment that fosters academic and personal growth. We consistently come out strong in reputational surveys such as Maclean’s Annual Rankings of Universities and the Globe and Mail Rankings.

The University Stadium which seats 6000 people is the home to many Golden Hawk Varsity Teams.

Laurier is in top spot among Ontario’s universities in the Primarily Undergraduate category of the Maclean’s Annual Rankings of Universities, and is second overall in the country in the reputational ranking. Laurier finished fi�h overall in the Primarily Undergraduate category, up two spots from last year’s seventh place ranking. The university is Ontario’s top performer in key student-related categories such as Average Entering Grade and Proportion of Students with (entering averages of ) 75% or higher. Laurier also improved in Student Services as a Percentage of Budget, and retained its second place finish overall in Scholarships and Bursaries. The university had its best-ever showing in reputation, finishing second overall in the country. In the individual reputational categories, Laurier finished third in Highest Quality, third in Most Innovative, third in Leaders of Tomorrow, and second in Best Overall.

The John Aird Center, which acts as the main entrance to the campus, was built in 1988. Visit the Robert Langen Art Gallery for a touch of art and stop by the Maureen Forrester Recital Hall to hear the internationally renowned Penderecki String Quartet.

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HISTORY OF WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY In 1910 the Canada Synod and Synod of Central Canada of the Lutheran Church entered into an agreement to establish a Lutheran Seminary. Though the location first proposed for the Seminary was Toronto, Waterloo was selected when its citizens offered a tract of land on the boundary of the town. The choice of location was affected, too, by the fact that the majority of Lutherans in Ontario lived in the vicinity of Waterloo and Berlin (Kitchener). In 1911 the Evangelical Lutheran Seminary of Canada opened its doors. Facilities for pre-theological education were established in 1914 with courses leading to senior matriculation given in Waterloo College School. In 1924 the Waterloo College of Arts, providing courses in post-secondary education in a four year program, was established. In 1925 the Faculty of Arts, under the name of Waterloo College, affiliated with the University of Western Ontario. Waterloo College soon began to offer Honours degree programs in the arts. The affiliation with the University of Western Ontario ended in 1960 when the Seminary obtained a revised charter changing the name of the institution to Waterloo Lutheran University. On November 1, 1973, Waterloo Lutheran University became Wilfrid Laurier University, one of Ontario’s provincially assisted universities a�er Bill 178 was given Royal Assent by the Lieutenant Governor, former Wilfrid Laurier University Chancellor William Ross Macdonald.

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GOLDEN HAWK ATHLETICS Wilfrid Laurier University Offers 23 varsity teams through 15 different sports including: Baseball (M) Basketball (M) (W) Cheerleading Cross Country (M) (W) Curling (M) (W) Figure Skating (W) Football (M)

Golf (M) Hockey (M) (W) Lacrosse (W) Rugby (M) (W) Soccer (M) (W) Swimming (M) (W) Tennis (W) Volleyball (M) (W)

GOLDEN HAWK CHAMPIONSHIPS CAPTURED 8 National Championships, 46 Provincial Championships Soccer 1980 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 1987 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 1989 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship 1990 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship 1992 (Women’s) - National Championship 1993 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship 1995 (Women’s) - National Championship 1995 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship 2000 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 2000 (Men’s) - National Championship 2001 (Men’s) - National Championship Basketball 1965/1966 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 1966/1967 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 1967/1968 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 1967/1968 (Men’s) - National Championship 1969/1970 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 1970/1971 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 1971/1972 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship Football 1961 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 1962 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 1966 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 1972 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 1973 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 1978 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 1987 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 1991 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 1991 (Men’s) - National Championship 2004 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 2005 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 2005 (Men’s) - National Championship

Hockey 1982/1983 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 1988/1989 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 1989/1990 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 1998/1999 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship 2001/2002 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship 2003/2004 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship 2004/2005 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship 2004/2005 (Women’s) - National Championship 2005/2006 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship 2006/2007 (Women's) - Provincial Championship Curling 1985 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship 1991 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 1994 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 1995 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship 1996 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 1998 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship 2002 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship 2005 (Men’s) - Provincial Championship Field Lacrosse 2000/2001 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship 2003/2004 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship 2004/2005 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship 2005/2006 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship 2006/2007 (Women’s) - Provincial Championship

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THE CITY OF WATERLOO The City of Waterloo is an exciting place to live. With its foundations solidly rooted in the past, a community oriented mindset and appropriate means to have a strong future; this city has something for everyone. Concerned with moving into the future with a strong sense of “community”, the Imagine Waterloo campaign is taking the city by storm. This is a proud community, determined to broaden the horizons and opportunities for all who reside here. The college and universities promote the city with a good reputation, having a variety of jobs, economic growth and the ongoing influx of young people that continues to keep the city vibrant and dynamic. In a recent pole held within the community, the presence of the universities made the top five likes within the city. Also included in the top five likes were the parks, especially Waterloo Park which is located with vehicle entrances off Albert Street, Westmount Road and Seagram Drive. Uptown Waterloo, (another top five) is conveniently located for the university students. With the reliable transit system or a good pair of walking shoes the shopping centers, grocery stores, bars and pubs are accessible to all. The businesses in the area are appreciative of

Everything you may need is a short walk from campus. Banking, coffee shops, and restaurants are a few of the businesses that are downtown Waterloo.

Waterloo Park is accessible and friendly. Take a walk on the paths, lie in the grass or play a game of baseball. This park has something for everyone.

the universities because they help the economy, provide students who are available for part time employment and they help draw people into the city. The entertainment factor within the city is very alive. Take a drive up to Conestoga Mall for some shopping or stop by the new Galaxy Theatres to see a flick. The bar scene on University Avenue is the place to be in the evenings with choices of Ceasar Martinis, Fubar, Molly Bloom’s and McGuiness. Recreation in Waterloo is on the rise with the new addition of RIM Park located off University Avenue East. This new 500-acre recreational facility will house 18 outdoor playing fields and the first municipal 18-hole golf course. Also included is a Multi-Use Recreational facility which houses 4 Olympic size ice rinks, 2 double gymnasiums and much more. Closer in proximity to the universities is the Waterloo Recreation Complex, a facility that includes an Olympic size ice rink, indoor running track and a swimming pool…home of Golden Hawks hockey. Waterloo is no doubt a great place to live. As a key center in Canada’s Technology Triangle, the place to go for a famous Oktoberfest sausage, or the place to study for a PhD or Mba Waterloo is the city of choice. 35


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DAVID MCMURRAY, DEAN OF STUDENTS

David McMurray is Assistant Vice-President Student Services and Dean of Students at Wilfrid Laurier University. He assumed this position July 1, 1997 a�er a career in student services at the University of Windsor. He has served as Chair of the Ontario Commi�ee on Student Affairs, has been President of the Student Affairs and Services Association, serves on the faculty of the Canadian Institute on Student Affairs and Services and is currently the President of the Canadian College and University Student Services Association. Born in Windsor, Ontario, David spent most of his early days growing up in Thunder Bay, Ontario where he excelled in many sports including football, basketball, baseball, track, tennis, hockey and skiing. A severe knee injury ended his active participation in sport. “I had a very difficult time giving up the contact variety of athletics but was able to make the adjustment to aerobic activities like swimming and long distance biking which have become life long.” Word has it he can handle the golf course pre�y well too! David’s interest in Golden Hawks football goes back to two games he fondly recalls in

the mid-seventies. While at the University of Windsor he recalls an exceptional Lancer team that beat the Hawks in Windsor by a score of 63 to 7. That was extraordinary but short lived as a Tuffy Knight thoroughly motivated Hawks squad returned the following year turning the tables on the Lancers with a 77-6 thrashing. Since arriving at Laurier several years ago David is regularly seen in purple and gold. He not only never misses a game but has masterminded a strong strategy for the long-term success of Athletics and Recreation at Laurier. The keys to his strategy of “building champions” comes from investing in management, coaching, student athlete development, facilities, equipment, recruitment, program development, sponsorship and fundraising. The outcomes have been obvious in this short time and the Golden Hawks are in great shape for the future!

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WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY PETER BAXTER, DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS Peter Baxter’s years as Athletic Director at Wilfrid Laurier University have provided many noteworthy highlights. - He has shepherded the renewal of the Athletics Program at Laurier that raised the bar for all varsity sports to become competitive at the national level. Invest in People, Improve the Product, and Win is the vision that Varsity teams have followed and have resulted in improved performances across the board as well as Top Ten Rankings in 2006-07 in Football, and Men’s and Women’s Hockey. Under his tenure Golden Hawk teams have won fi�een OUA titles in Women’s Hockey, Men's and Women’s Curling, Women’s Field Lacrosse, Football and Men’s Soccer. There have also been four National Championships under his watch in Men's Soccer twice, Football, and Women's Hockey. - He has overseen the $3 Million Athletic Complex renovation that has modernized the strength training and gymnasium facilities as well as creating a new Athletic therapy Clinic. Renovation to the Stadium has included the new football team room, Coaches’ Offices, and Film Room for the Golden Hawk Football Operations. He has also secured student support for a major expandsion of the WLU fitness and weight room facility which tripled in size in 2005. Baxter also led the redevelopment of Willison Field in the summer of 2006. The former grass field now known as ‘Alumni Field’ is a state of the art turf field for intramurals and soccer programs. In 2003 he successfully created the weeky one hour magazine show hosted by award winning journalist David Grossman entitled ‘Laurier Hawk Talk’ . 570 News as well as the broadcasts of several home football games. - He has placed his own managerial imprint on the University’s athletic Plant, reorganizing the administrative involvement with the over 20 varsity teams to ensure accountability and results. Starting with the best possible raw material -- people with the best skills. Baxter has focused on acquiring Top quality coaches. In the past year Baxter has hired Gary Jeffries in

Football, as a Manager of Football Operations and Head Coach. Key hire in Women’s Basketball, Stu Julius has added national team experienced coaches instantly to those respective sports. In 2000, he created instant credibility for WLU Men’s Basketball with the appointment of Coach Peter Campbell formerly of Laurentian and the World University Games Head Coach for Canada. Dave McIntyre, an assistant coach on the 2001 Junior National Under 22 Women’s Volleyball, took the reigns of the women’s Volleyball team following a successful run by respected Russ Woloshyn. - Together with key Athletic Alumni, Baxter has established the Golden Hawk Club and it’s sport chapters including the 5th Quarter Club for Football. - He assisted Golden Hawk Swim Coach Dean Boles in establishing the National Swim Center for Ontario at Wilfrid Laurier. - He has seen a record number of Golden Hawk student athletes earn honours both on the field and in the classroom. In 1998-99, 17 Golden Hawks earned OUA and CIAU Academic All-Canadian Honours compared to 42 Golden hawks in 2002-03. - He has seen the addition of Women’s 37


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WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY Rugby and Women’s Lacrosse to Varsity Status that began OUA play in 1999 as well as the Men’s Baseball program which achieved varsity status in 2003. - He has quickly found himself in the midst of the OUA and CIS league mix as a member of the OUA Executive Commi�ee and as Chair of the 2001 CIAU University Cup Hockey held in Kitchener. In 2001, he negotiated and initially produced the first radio show for the OUA, “The University Sport Report” with host David Grossman heard weekly Sunday mornings on the FAN 590 showcasing student-athletes across all sports. As well, Peter currently is the OUA Convenor for Football. The Valedictorian for his ‘82 Physical and Health Education Class at U of T, this former Executive with the Ontario Federation of School Athletic Association (OFSAA) and more recently former Director of Athletics and Recreation at the University of Toronto at Mississauga (Erindale College), brought a wealth of experience in athletic administration, facility management, and finance to his new role as the new Boss Hawk at Wilfrid Laurier. At U of T’s Erindale College, Baxter convinced the Toronto Argonauts to establish their Football Operations on the back of his football field, a deal worth $1,000,000 to Erindale College. A $1,000,000 complex was constructed the summer of 1996 at Erindale that housed the team’s dressing room, athletic therapy, and coaches’ offices for the entire year. Baxter not only worked with Don Mathews and his coaching staff day to day but also was able to be part of two Grey Cup Championship years for the Argos. Argo President Bob Nicholson honored Baxter for his support to the Argonaut Organization. Looking for the challenge of winning a Vanier Cup, Baxter set his sights on Laurier with its rich football tradition. Baxter has maintained his relationship with the Toronto Argo-

nauts who provide professional development opportunities and advice to our Golden Hawk football coaches, athletic therapists and equipment personnel. For over a decade Peter served as Football Official (Level 4), refereeing in some years over 120 football games within Toronto High School Boys Tackle and Girls Flag, as well as Provincial Senior Touch Football. Peter has officiated at Four Provincial and two National Senior Touch Football Championships. Baxter has served as Manager of the Canadian Senior Canoe Team in ‘86 and ‘87 and a�ended the Canadian Olympic Academy in 1988. He has earned awards for his contributions to High School Sport by OFSAA and he was granted the honour of placing the hood on Mr. Rick Hansen Honorary Degree Recipient, University of Toronto Convocation. Both he and wife Wendy reside in Waterloo with son Mark 15 years and daughter Haley 13 years.

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