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2018-19 BOWLING GREEN HOCKEY NOTES

JAN 25-26 2019


FERRIS STATE AT #9 BOWLING GREEN
Media Relations Contact: Kellan Godfrey | kgodfre@bgsu.edu | 412.316.6743 (C)

2018-19 RECORDS #9 Bowling Green (16-6-3, 11-5-2-2 WCHA)


Overall: 16-6-3 WCHA: 11-5-2 vs.
Home: 7-3-1 WCHA Home: 5-3-0 Ferris State (6-17-1, 3-12-1-0 WCHA)
Away: 9-3-2 WCHA Away: 6-2-2
Neutral: 0-0-0
Friday, January 25 / 7:37 p.m. ET
2018-19 SCHEDULE Saturday, January 26 / 7:07 p.m. ET
Bowling Green, Ohio / Slater Family Ice Arena
Date Opponent Time/Result
Falcon Radio Network: Streamed at BGSUFalcons.com
OCTOBER Live stats: BGSUFalcons.com
6 at Mercyhurst W, 8-2
9 at Western Michigan W, 6-2
12 at Robert Morris L, 3-2
14 Robert Morris W, 6-0
23 Western Michigan W, 4-1
26 at Ohio State W, 8-2 FIRST MEETING ALL-TIME LAST MEETING
27 Ohio State T, 2-2 Dec. 15, 1978 69-59-13 Dec. 8, 2018
NOVEMBER BGSU, 11-5 BGSU Leads BGSU, 4-3
2 Northern Michigan * W, 3-1
3 Northern Michigan* L, 2-0
9 at Alaska Anchorage * T, 0-0 (2OT W)
10 at Alaska Anchorage* W, 3-0
16 Lake Superior State * L, 5-0
17
21
Lake Superior State *
at U.S. Under-18 Team (EXH.)
W, 5-2
W, 5-4 Tale of the Tape
DECEMBER
1 at Alabama Huntsville* W, 6-2
Stats From 2018-19
2 at Alabama Hunstville * W, 2-1
7 at Ferris State * T, 3-3 (SO W)
8 at Ferris State * W, 4-3 (OT) Bowling Green Team Ferris State
14 Minnesota State* W, 4-1 3.2 Goals Per Game 2.7
15 Minnesota State* W, 4-1
30 Windsor (EXH.) W, 7-3 1.8 Goals Per Game Allowed 3.7
+1.4 Scoring Margin -1.0
JANUARY 30.1 Shots on Goal/Game 27.3
3 Bemidji State* L, 3-2
4 Bemidji State* W, 3-1 25.5 Shots on Goal Allowed/Game 32.0
11 at Michigan Tech * L, 2-0 5.2 Assists/Game 4.8
12 at Michigan Tech* W, 3-2 8.4 Points/Game 7.5
18 at Alaska* L, 4-1
19 at Alaska* W, 2-0 6.3 Penalties/Game 6.0
25 Ferris State * 7:37 pm 14.3 Penalty Minutes/Game 14.5
26 Ferris State * 7:07 pm .168 Power Play Pct. .194
FEBRUARY .872 Penalty Kill Pct. .786
1 at Northern Michigan* 7:37 pm
2 at Northern Michigan* 7:07 pm
15 Alaska* 7:37 pm
16 Alaska* 7:37 pm Bowling Green Individual Leaders Ferris State
22 at Bemidji State* 8:07 pm L. Craggs, 13 Goals Mackin, 7
23 at Bemidji State* 8:07 pm Kruse, 20 Assists Zech, 16
MARCH Kruse 28 Points Zech, 22
1 Alabama Huntsville* 7:37 pm L. Craggs, 62 Penalty Minutes Finner, 42
2 Alabama Huntsville* 7:07 pm L. Craggs, +20 +/- Kallen, Michaelian, +4
8-10 WCHA First Round
15-17 WCHA Semifinals R. Bednard, 12-4-2 Goalie Record Salmenkangas, 6-12-1
23 WCHA Championship Game Dop, .946 Goalie Save Pct. Kapelmaster, .904
Dop, 1.43 Goals Against Average Kapelmaster, 3.61
HOME games at Slater Family Ice Arena (5,000)
* WCHA Contest
% Best two-of-three series
Page 2 Ferris State at #9 Bowling Green • January 25-26

NUMERICALROSTER
No. Player Pos. El. Ht. Wt. C/S Birth Date Hometown/Previous Team
2 Will Cullen D Fr. 6-0 184 R 7/24/1996 Pelham Manor, New York / C. P. Canadians (CCHL)
3 Carson Musser D So. 6-1 191 L 4/21/1997 Grand Rapids, Mich. / Fargo Force (USHL)
4 Connor McDonald D Sr. 6-1 181 R 10/24/1995 Westerville, Ohio / Chicago Steel (USHL)
5 Adam Smith D Sr. 6-2 197 L 11/6/1996 Sharon, Ontario / Newmarket Hurricanes (OJHL)
6 Alex Barber F Fr. 5-10 150 R 2/17/1999 Dublin, Ohio / Central Illinois Flying Aces (USHL)
7 Shane Bednard F Sr. 5-10 182 R 11/22/1994 Macomb, Mich. / Bloomington Thunder (USHL)
8 Frederic Letourneau F Jr. 5-11 184 R 4/12/1996 Montreal, Quebec / Whitecourt Wolverines (AJHL)
10 Max Johnson F So. 5-10 192 R 5/12/1998 Lakeville, Minn. / Sioux Falls Stampede (USHL)
11 Taylor Schneider F Fr. 6-1 161 L 2/18/1998 Lakeville, Minn. / Dubuque Fighting Saints (USHL)
12 Chris Pohlkamp D Sr. 5-10 194 R 7/6/1995 Baxter, Minn. / Sioux Falls Stampede (USHL)
13 Stephen Baylis F Sr. 6-1 199 L 8/1/1994 Ottawa, Ontario / Carleton Place Canadians (CCHL)
14 Justin Wells D So. 6-4 200 L 7/31/1998 North Canton, Ohio / Sioux Falls Stampede (USHL)
15 Evan Dougherty F Fr. 6-0 182 R 4/17/1999 Kalamazoo, Mich. / Waterloo Black Hawks (USHL)
16 Cameron Wright F So. 6-1 189 R 8/11/1998 Newmarket, Ontario / St. Michael’s Buzzers (OJHL)
17 Casey Linkenheld F Jr. 6-0 190 L 5/19/1995 Bartlett, Ill. / Johnstown Tomahawks (NAHL)
18 Trevor St-Jean F Fr. 5-8 173 R 10/10/1997 Findlay, Ohio / Langley Rivermen (BCHL)
20 Connor Ford F So. 6-0 187 L 2/5/1998 Pittsburgh, Pa. / Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)
21 Jacob Dalton D Jr. 6-1 182 R 7/5/1997 Saginaw, Mich. / Wichita Falls Wildcats (NAHL)
22 Lukas Craggs F Jr. 5-11 190 L 5/16/1996 Elmhurst, Ill. / Youngstown Phantoms (USHL)
23 Alec Rauhauser D Jr. 6-3 223 R 3/7/1995 Bismarck, N.D. / Des Moines Buccaneers ((USHL)
25 Sam Craggs F So. 6-1 200 L 5/30/1997 Elmhurst, Ill. / Waterloo Blackhawks (USHL)
26 Matt Meier F Sr. 6-2 200 L 2/7/1995 Highlands Ranch, Colo. / Air Force
27 Tim Theocharidis D Fr. 6-1 183 L 6/28/1998 Scarborough, Ontario / C. P Canadians (CCHL)
28 Brandon Kruse F So. 5-9 155 L 2/26/1999 Saline, Mich. / Brookings Blizzard (NAHL)
29 John Schilling F Sr. 5-11 176 R 1/18/1995 Oswego, Ill. / Chicago Steel (USHL)
31 Eric Dop G So. 5-10 159 R 8/23/1998 Lewis Center, Ohio / Tri-City Storm (USHL)
32 Brett Rich G So. 6-3 183 R 1/9/1999 Bowling Green, Ohio / Bowling Green
35 Ryan Bednard G Jr. 6-5 200 L 3/31/1997 Macomb, Mich. / Youngstown Phantoms (USHL)

ALPHABETICALROSTER
No. Player Pos. El. Ht. Wt. C/S Birth Date Hometown/Previous Team
6 Alex Barber F Fr. 5-10 150 R 2/17/1999 Dublin, Ohio / Central Illinois Flying Aces (USHL)
13 Stephen Baylis F Sr. 6-1 199 L 8/1/1994 Ottawa, Ontario / Carleton Place Canadians (CCHL)
35 Ryan Bednard G Jr. 6-5 200 L 3/31/1997 Macomb, Mich. / Youngstown Phantoms (USHL)
7 Shane Bednard F Sr. 5-10 182 R 11/22/1994 Macomb, Mich. / Bloomington Thunder (USHL)
22 Lukas Craggs F Jr. 5-11 190 L 5/16/1996 Elmhurst, Ill. / Youngstown Phantoms (USHL)
25 Sam Craggs F So. 6-1 200 L 5/30/1997 Elmhurst, Ill. / Waterloo Blackhawks (USHL)
2 Will Cullen D Fr. 6-0 184 R 7/24/1996 Pelham Manor, New York / C. P. Canadians (CCHL)
21 Jacob Dalton D Jr. 6-1 182 R 7/5/1997 Saginaw, Mich. / Wichita Falls Wildcats (NAHL)
31 Eric Dop G So. 5-10 159 R 8/23/1998 Lewis Center, Ohio / Tri-City Storm (USHL)
15 Evan Dougherty F Fr. 6-0 182 R 4/17/1999 Kalamazoo, Mich. / Waterloo Black Hawks (USHL)
20 Connor Ford F So. 6-0 187 L 2/5/1998 Pittsburgh, Pa. / Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)
10 Max Johnson F So. 5-10 192 R 5/12/1998 Lakeville, Minn. / Sioux Falls Stampede (USHL)
28 Brandon Kruse F So. 5-9 155 L 2/26/1999 Saline, Mich. / Brookings Blizzard (NAHL)
8 Frederic Letourneau F Jr. 5-11 184 R 4/12/1996 Montreal, Quebec / Whitecourt Wolverines (AJHL)
17 Casey Linkenheld F Jr. 6-0 190 L 5/19/1995 Bartlett, Ill. / Johnstown Tomahawks (NAHL)
4 Connor McDonald D Sr. 6-1 181 R 10/24/1995 Westerville, Ohio / Chicago Steel (USHL)
26 Matt Meier F Sr. 6-2 200 L 2/7/1995 Highlands Ranch, Colo. / Air Force
3 Carson Musser D So. 6-1 191 L 4/21/1997 Grand Rapids, Mich. / Fargo Force (USHL)
12 Chris Pohlkamp D Sr. 5-10 194 R 7/6/1995 Baxter, Minn. / Sioux Falls Stampede (USHL)
23 Alec Rauhauser D Jr. 6-3 223 R 3/7/1995 Bismarck, N.D. / Des Moines Buccaneers ((USHL)
32 Brett Rich G So. 6-3 183 R 1/9/1999 Bowling Green, Ohio / Bowling Green
29 John Schilling F Sr. 5-11 176 R 1/18/1995 Oswego, Ill. / Chicago Steel (USHL)
11 Taylor Schneider F Fr. 6-1 161 L 2/18/1998 Lakeville, Minn. / Dubuque Fighting Saints (USHL)
5 Adam Smith D Sr. 6-2 197 L 11/6/1996 Sharon, Ontario / Newmarket Hurricanes (OJHL)
18 Trevor St-Jean F Fr. 5-8 173 R 10/10/1997 Findlay, Ohio / Langley Rivermen (BCHL
27 Tim Theocharidis D Fr. 6-1 183 L 6/28/1998 Scarborough, Ontario / C. P Canadians (CCHL)
14 Justin Wells D So. 6-4 200 L 7/31/1998 North Canton, Ohio / Sioux Falls Stampede (USHL)
16 Cameron Wright F So. 6-1 189 R 8/11/1998 Newmarket, Ontario / St. Michael’s Buzzers (OJHL)
COACHING STAFF
Head Coach: Chris Bergeron (Miami, ‘93)
Assistant Coaches: Barry Schutte (Miami, ‘97) / Ty Eigner (Bowling Green, ‘93)
Director of Hockey Operations: Jimmy Spratt (Bowling Green, ‘09)
Ferris State at #9 Bowling Green • January 25-26 Page 3
TEAM INFORMATION
2017-18 Record.......... 23-12-6 (17-6-5 WCHA)
ROSTER BREAKDOWN
2017-18 WCHA Finish.. 3rd/WCHA Semifinals
2017-18 Final Rankings........#RV USCHO.com BY STATE/PROVINCE
.......... #RV USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine
Ohio (6)......................................................... Barber, Dop, McDonald, Rich, St-Jean, Wells
COACHES/STAFF Michigan (6)....................... S.Bednard, R.Bednard, Dalton, Dougherty, Kruse, Musser
Head Coach..........Chris Bergeron, 9th season Illinois (4)............................................................. S.Craggs, L.Craggs, Linkenheld, Schilling
Alma Mater........................................Miami, 1993 Ontario (4)....................................................................... Baylis, Smith, Theocharidis, Wright
Record at BGSU (Years).............146-143-39 (8) Minnesota (3)........................................................................Johnson, Pohlkamp, Schneider
Career Record (Years)................146-143-39 (8)
New York (1)............................................................................................................................Cullen
WCHA Record (Years).....................77-45-18 (4)
Assistant Coach.............. Ty Eigner, 9th season Colorado (1).............................................................................................................................Meier
Alma Mater...................... Bowling Green, 1993 North Dakota (1).......................................................................................................... Rauhauser
Assistant Coach..... Barry Schutte, 9th season Pennsylvania (1)....................................................................................................................... Ford
Alma Mater........................................Miami, 1997 Quebec (1)................................................................................................................... Letourneau
Director of Ops.......Jimmy Spratt, 5th season
Alma Mater...................... Bowling Green, 2009
Hockey Office Phone.................. 419-372-7239 BY CLASS
Strength/Conditioning..........Kenny Goodrich
Alma Mater...................... Michigan State, 2009 Seniors (7)..................................................................... Baylis, S.Bednard, McDonald, Meier
Equipment Manager...........................Scott Jess ........................................................................................................... Pohlkamp, Schilling, Smith
Alma Mater........................................Miami, 1989 Juniors (6)....................................................................................R.Bednard, L.Craggs, Dalton,
Associate Athletic Trainer..............Dan Fischer ..........................................................................................Letourneau, Linkenheld, Rauhauser
Alma Mater........................Missouri State, 2007 Sophomores (9)......................................................... S.Craggs, Dop, Ford, Johnson, Kruse,
Team Physician........... Dr. Tom Wojciechowski
............................................................................................................Musser, Rich, Wells, Wright
Freshmen (6)..................................................................................Barber, Cullen, Dougherty,
SLATER FAMILY ICE ARENA ................................................................................................Schneider, St-Jean, Theocharidis
Capacity........................................................... 5,000
Dimensions..............................................200' x 85'
Ice Arena Phone........................... 419-372-2264 PRONUNCIATIONS
Press Box Phone........................... 419-372-1236
Radio Broadcast......................... 88.1 WBGU-FM Frederic Letourneau.............................................................................................. Leh-TOR-noh
Alec Rauhauser....................................................................................................Raow-HOW-zer
HISTORY Tim Theocharidis..............................................................................................Theo-CHAIR-idis
First Year of Varsity Hockey..................1969-70 Trevor St-Jean.................................................................................................................Saint-JON
All-Time Varsity Record.................939-834-139
Evan Dougherty...........................................................................................................DOH-ertee
All-Time WCHA Record........................ 77-45-18
National Championships......................1 (1984)
Regular Season Conference Titles...................9 Chris Bergeron............................................................................................................. BUR-jur-on
............................ 1970, 1971, 1976, 1978, 1979, Ty Eigner....................................................................................................................... (EYE)G-nurr
......................................... 1982, 1983, 1984, 1987 Barry Schutte................................................................................................................. SHOO-tee
Conference Tournament Titles..........................6
................. 1973, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1984, 1988
MEDIA RELATIONS/ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS
MEDIA RELATIONS
Athletic Comm. Intern..............Kellan Godfrey Hockey Contact Coach Bergeron and requested players
Office Phone................................... 419.372.7105 Kellan Godfrey will be available to the media after all
E-mail.....................................kgodfre@bgsu.edu Office: 419-372-7105 home games after a ten-minute cooling
Twitter................................... @KellanGodfreyBG
Cell: 412-316-6743 off period. Post game press conferences
Address......................... 245 Perry Stadium East
Email: kgodfre@bgsu.edu will take place in the BGSU baseball locker
.....................Bowling Green, Ohio 43403-0030
University Website....................www.bgsu.edu
room.
Athletics Website................. BGSUFalcons.com Mailing Address
Hockey Twitter.....................@BGFalconHockey 245 Perry Stadium East Coach Bergeron and players are available
Bowling Green, Ohio during the week for interviews. Please
43403-0030 contact Kellan Godfrey to arrange a
mutually agreeable time for the interview.
Please visit BGSUFalcons.com for
complete media information.
Page 4 Ferris State at #9 Bowling Green • January 25-26
>>VERSUS FERRIS STATE
-All-time, Bowling Green holds a 69-59-13 edge over the Ferris State Bulldogs. STATBREAKDOWN
-This will be the second regular season series between the Falcons and Overall record.......................................................... 16-6-3
Bulldogs during the 2018-19 season, as BGSU traveled to Big Rapids in vs. league opponents.............................................. 11-5-2
December. Bowling Green gained five points in the WCHA against Ferris State vs. non-league opponents......................................... 5-1-1
tying game one, and winning game two in overtime. vs. Atlantic Hockey.................................................... 2-1-0
vs. BIG 10.................................................................. 1-0-1
vs. HEA...................................................................... 0-0-0
-The Falcons fought back to tie the Bulldogs in game one (Dec. 7) as regulation vs. NCHC................................................................... 2-0-0
ended 3-3. Following two overtime periods, Taylor Schneider would score in vs. ECAC................................................................... 0-0-0
the sudden death shootout. This coupled with two shootout saves by Ryan Home record.............................................................. 7-3-1
Bednard would gain BGSU the extra point in WCHA play. Road record............................................................... 9-3-2
Neutral....................................................................... 0-0-0
-Bowling Green would take the series victory against Ferris State on Saturday Scoring First............................................................ 12-1-0
(Dec. 8) scoring in overtime to win by a final score of 4-3. Alex Barber would Opponent scores first................................................ 5-4-2
score the game-winning overtime goal for Bowling Green just 25 seconds Leading after first period.......................................... 11-0-0
into the first overtime period. This was the second goal of his career with the Trailing after first period............................................. 1-4-2
Tied after first period.................................................. 4-1-1
Orange and Brown, as he netted the full WCHA victory for BGSU. Leading after second period.................................... 12-0-1
Trailing after second period....................................... 0-5-1
>>LAST TIME OUT Tied after second period............................................ 3-1-1
-Bowling Green enters this series following a two game split of WCHA foe Scoring on the PP.................................................... 10-0-2
Alaska Fairbanks on the road in Fairbanks, AK. Scoreless on the PP.................................................. 6-6-1
Allowing a PPG.......................................................... 7-4-1
-The Falcons fell in game one of the series at the University of Alaska Opponent scoreless on PP........................................ 7-2-2
Fairbanks on Friday (Jan. 18) by a final score of four to one. BGSU outshot the
Nanooks of Alaska 36 to 23 in the contest. 10 or more penalties.................................................. 2-0-0
Fewer than 10 penalties.......................................... 14-6-3
-UAF would hold a two goal lead going into the third period. BGSU would utilize More penalties than opponent................................... 7-2-0
an extra skater as Connor Ford would score one in front to cut the lead in half Fewer penalties than opponent................................. 5-3-3
for the Falcons. Alaska would net a pair of empty net goals to record the final Same amount of penalties as opp............................. 5-1-0
score.
One-goal games........................................................ 3-1-0
Two-goal games........................................................ 3-3-0
-Bowling Green then split their two game series with Alaska on Saturday (Jan. Overtime games........................................................ 1-0-3
19) night, shutting out the Nanooks by a final score of two to zero. The Falcons
scored twice on 34 shots on goal. Scored three or more goals..................................... 15-0-1
Scored four or more goals....................................... 11-0-0
-Sophomore goaltender Eric Dop turned away 31 shots on route to his second Scored five or more goals.......................................... 6-0-0
career shutout, as well as the first regulation shutout victory of his career with Held to two goals or fewer......................................... 2-6-2
the Orange and Brown. This was the third time during the 2018-19 season that
Eric Dop did not allow a goal over the course of sixty minutes in net. He was Outshooting opponent............................................... 7-4-1
not given a shut out on the stat sheet versus Alabama Huntsville due to an own Outshot by opponent................................................. 4-2-1
goal during a delayed penalty. Shots are even.......................................................... 0-0-0

Taking 0-19 shots...................................................... 1-0-0


-Max Johnson would get the Falcons on the scoreboard in the first period as Taking 20-29 shots.................................................... 7-2-1
Dop's excellent goaltending would hold strong throughout. Brandon Kruse Taking 30-39 shots.................................................... 8-4-1
would add an empty net goal to seal it for the Falcons. Upon this victory, Taking 40-49 shots.................................................... 0-0-1
Bowling Green moved back into second place in the WCHA standings. Taking 50+ shots....................................................... 0-0-0

Allowing 0-19 shots................................................... 3-2-0


FOLLOW THE FALCONS Allowing 20-29 shots................................................. 9-2-2
Allowing 30-39 shots................................................. 4-2-1
Allowing 40-49 shots................................................. 0-0-0
BGSU fans can follow the Falcons all year long in a variety of ways. WBGU Allowing 50+ shots.................................................... 0-0-0
88.1 FM carries all BGSU hockey games both home and away and the
broadcast is streamed live on WBGUFM.com. Following a win.......................................................... 7-6-2
Following a loss......................................................... 5-0-1
All home games and all away conference games are available for a fee via Following a tie............................................................ 3-0-0
live video stream via FloSports.
Bowling Green in October......................................... 5-1-1
Links are also available at BGSUFalcons.com for live stats for all home Bowling Green in November...................................... 3-2-1
games and most road contests. There are numerous other ways to get an Bowling Green in December...................................... 5-0-1
Bowling Green in January......................................... 3-3-0
inside look at BGSU Athletics online. They include the following: Bowling Green in February........................................ 0-0-0
Twitter - @BGAthletics and @BGFalconHockey Bowling Green in March............................................ 0-0-0
YouTube - http://youtube.com/FalconAthletics Bowling Green in April............................................... 0-0-0
Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/BGSUathletic
Instagram - @bgfalcons and @BGFalconHockey
Ferris State at #9 Bowling Green • January 25-26 Page 5
>>STATISTICAL STANDOUTS
WCHASCHEDULE -Holding a conference record of 11-5-2, Bowling Green sits in second place with
37 points in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association standings going into this
Friday, January 25 weekend. This following a split with Alaska Fairbanks. The Falcons are 16-6-3
Ferris State at Bowling Green
Bemidji State at Lake Superior State overall in the 2018-19 season with 10 games left in the regular season.
Minnesota State at Northern Michigan
Alaska at Alabama Huntsville
Michigan Tech at Alaska Anchorage -BGSU continues to bolster one of college hockey's strongest team defenses
sitting No. 1 for the second week straight. They enter this series with the lowest
Saturday, January 26 goals-against-per-game average in the country (1.80). The Falcons' penalty kill
Ferris State at Bowling Green
Bemidji State at Lake Superior State unit also remains among the country's best sitting alone in sixth place with a
Minnesota State at Northern Michigan percentage of .872.
Alaska at Alabama Huntsville
Michigan Tech at Alaska Anchorage
-Sophomore goaltender Eric Dop's 31 save shutout in Saturday's (Jan. 19) 2-0
win over Alaska is the second shutout of his season and career with the Orange
AWARDWINNERS and Brown. This is also his first shutout victory as Dop's first shutout was a 33
save performance versus Alaska Anchorage as the Falcons tied the Seawolves
#2 Will Cullen
at 0-0. This was actually the third time during the 2018-19 season that Eric Dop
Co-Rookie of the Week - Nov. 19 did not allow a goal over the course of sixty minutes in net. He was not given a
shut out on the stat sheet versus Alabama Huntsville due to an own goal during
#10 Max Johnson a delayed penalty. Eric Dop's record moves to 4-2-1 in seven starts this season.
Forward of the Week - Oct. 29
Forward of the Month - Oct. 31 -The sophomore class continues to light up the scoreboard as well. Connor Ford
HCA National Player of the Month - Nov. 1
tallied his tenth goal of the season for Bowling Green in Friday's (Jan. 18) game.
#13 Stephen Baylis He now has 10 goals and eight assists for 18 points so far on the 2018-19
Forward of the Week - Oct. 8
campaign. He has now tied his total points scored during his freshman year with
10 games yet still to play in the 2018-19 regular season.
#16 Cameron Wright
Forward of the Week - Oct. 15 -Brandon Kruse tallied multi-point game number 15 for his career in Saturday
(Jan. 19) night's win. He recorded assist number 20 on the year thus far and
#22 Lukas Craggs matched his total goals from a year ago with eight. The Hobey Baker nominee
Forward of the Week - Dec. 17 now has 28 points on the season sitting tied for 7th in the nation in scoring.
Forward of the Month - Jan. 3
HCA National Player of the Month - Jan. 7
-Max Johnson scored his tenth goal of the 2018-19 campaign in Saturday's (Jan.
#23 Alec Rauhauser 19) win. His 25 points on the season are second most on the Falcons' roster.
Defenseman of the Week - Oct. 29
Defenseman of the Month - Oct. 31
#31 Eric Dop >>EYES ON CENTURY MEN
-Senior Connor McDonald: 145 games played, 6 goals - 22 assists - 28 points
Goaltender of the Week - Nov. 12 -Senior Stephen Baylis: 138 games played, 27 goals - 54 assists - 81 points
-Senior Chris Pohlkamp: 129 games played, 2 goals - 29 assists - 31 points
#35 Ryan Bednard -Senior John Schilling: 125 games played, 15 goals - 24 assists - 39 points
-Senior Adam Smith: 103 games played, 4 goals - 10 assists - 14 points
Goaltender of the Week - Oct. 15 -Junior Alec Rauhauser: 105 games played, 16 goals - 60 assists - 76 points
Goaltender of the Week - Oct. 29
Goaltender of the Month - Oct. 31 -Junior Lukas Craggs: 102 games played, 30 goals - 16 assists - 46 points
-Junior Fred Letourneau: 89 games played, 12 goals - 14 assists - 26 points
PRESEASONAWARDWINNERS
Mankato Free Press WCHA Preseason

WCHASTANDINGS
Coaches Poll
Preseason All-WCHA Team
Alec Rauhauser, D
Others Receiving Votes - - - -WCHA - - - - - - Overall - - -
Preseason All-WCHA Team TEAM GP W L T PTS GF GA W L T GF GA
Stephen Baylis, F Minnesota State 18 14 4 0 42 61 31 19 6 1 92 53
Chris Pohlkamp, D Bowling Green 18 11 5 2 37 45 33 16 6 3 81 45
UAHhockey.com WCHA Preseason Northern Michigan 16 12 4 0 36 47 24 13 10 0 58 48
Media Poll Lake Superior State 18 10 6 2 32 55 41 15 7 2 79 58
Michigan Tech 18 10 7 1 32 53 42 11 13 2 70 72
Preseason All-WCHA Team
Bemidji State 18 10 7 1 31 45 37 12 11 3 66 61
Alec Rauhauser, D
Alabama Huntsville 18 6 11 1 20 43 53 6 19 1 47 82
Others Receiving Votes Alaska 18 6 11 1 20 35 55 6 16 2 43 79
Preseason WCHA Player of the Year Ferris State 16 3 12 1 10 43 62 6 17 1 65 89
Tim Theocharidis, D Alaska Anchorage 18 1 16 1 4 18 65 2 21 1 29 94
Page 6 Ferris State at #9 Bowling Green • January 25-26
>>NATIONALLY RANKED
-Bowling Green remains ranked No. 9 in this week's official USCHO poll (Jan.
21). This is the third straight week the Falcons have been ranked in the top 10 CAREERSCORING
in the country. Bowling Green has yet to be ranked outside of the top 10 in the
USCHO poll in 2019. NAME GP G A PTS
Stephen Baylis 138 27 54 81
Alec Rauhauser 105 16 60 76
-The last time BGSU was ranked higher than No. 9 was February 16, 2015, Brandon Kruse 66 16 45 61
when the team was ranked No. 8. Max Johnson 66 23 32 55
Lukas Craggs 102 30 16 46
-BGSU is one of three WCHA teams in the poll, joining No. 7 Minnesota State Cameron Wright 60 14 25 39
John Schilling 125 15 24 39
and No. 18 Lake Superior State. Northern Michigan and Bemidji State are Connor Ford 66 18 18 36
receiving votes going into this weekend. Chris Pohlkamp 129 2 29 31
Connor McDonald 145 6 22 28
Frederic Letourneau 89 12 14 26
Sam Craggs 63 6 10 16

MULTIPLEEFFORTS
Adam Smith 103 4 10 14
Shane Bednard 60 1 12 13
Jacob Dalton 76 2 9 11
Casey Linkenheld 44 5 6 11
Tim Theocharidis 24 4 6 10
Multiple Points 2018-19 Career Will Cullen 15 1 8 9
Name 2P 3P 4P 5P Total 2P 3P 4P 5P Total Taylor Schneider 24 5 3 8
Stephen Baylis 1 1 1 0 1 10 3 3 0 15 Alex Barber 24 4 3 7
Lukas Craggs 3 1 0 0 4 9 2 0 0 11 Matt Meier 35 2 4 6
Justin Wells 58 1 5 6
Connor Ford 3 1 0 0 4 4 2 0 0 6 Carson Musser 36 0 4 4
Max Johnson 2 2 2 0 6 7 4 2 0 13 Ryan Bednard 54 0 2 2
Brandon Kruse 7 1 1 0 9 11 3 1 0 15 Evan Dougherty 10 0 0 0
Frederic Letourneau 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 Trevor St-Jean 1 0 0 0
Chris Pohlkamp 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1
John Schilling 1 0 0 0 1 6 0 0 0 6
Adam Smith 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 2
Alec Rauhauser 4 1 0 0 5 12 5 0 0 17
Cameron Wright 5 0 0 0 5 11 0 0 0 11
Tim Theocharidis 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1
Will Cullen 2 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 2
Alex Barber 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1

Multiple Goals 2018-19 Career SITUATIONSCORING


Name 2G 3G 4G 5G Total 2G 3G 4G 5G Total
Stephen Baylis 0 1 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 3 BGSU Opp.
Brandon Kruse 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 2 Even Strength
Max Johnson 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 2 5-on-5 49 28
Connor Ford 2 0 0 0 2 2 1 0 0 3
4-on-4 0 0
Alec Rauhauser 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1
5-on-6 (Empty Net) 4 0
Lukas Craggs 2 0 0 0 2 5 0 0 0 5
Alex Barber 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 6-on-5 (Del. Penalty) 0 0
6-on-5 (Pulled Goalie) 1 0
Multiple Assists 2018-19 Career Penalty Shot 0 0
Name 2A 3A 4A 5A Total 2A 3A 4A 5A Total
Lukas Craggs 1 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 3 Power Play
Connor Ford 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 2 5-on-4 22 15
Max Johnson 2 2 0 0 4 5 2 0 0 7 5-on-5 (Empty Net) 0 0
Brandon Kruse 2 0 1 0 3 6 1 1 0 8 5-on-3 0 0
Chris Pohlkamp 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 6-on-4 (Pulled Goalie) 0 0
Alec Rauhauser 3 1 0 0 4 8 3 0 0 11 4-on-3 0 0
John Schilling 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 2
Adam Smith 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1
Shorthanded
Cameron Wright 2 0 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 4
Tim Theocharidis 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 3-on-5 1 0
Stephen Baylis 1 0 1 0 2 8 2 2 0 12 4-on-5 3 0
Will Cullen 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 4-on-6 (Empty Net) 0 0
5-on-5 (Pulled Goalie) 1 2

TOTAL 81 45
Ferris State at #9 Bowling Green • January 25-26 Page 7

THELASTTIME...
SHUT OUTS SHOT ATTEMPTS
BG shut out a league opponent at home BG attempted 50-59 shots on goal in a game vs. a league opponent
2/25/17 vs. Alabama Huntsville (2-0) by Chris Nell (38 saves) 11/14/08 (50) at home against Northern Michigan in a 2-1 overtime
victory
BG shut out a non-conference opponent at home
BG attempted 50-59 shots on goal in a game vs. a non-league foe
10/14/18 vs. Robert Morris (6-0) by Ryan Bednard (15 saves)
10/19/13 (50) at home vs. Colgate in a 7-0 win
BG shut out an opponent on neutral ice BG attempted 60 or more shots on goal against a league opponent
3/8/86 vs. Lake Superior (3-0) at Detroit, Mich. (CCHA playoff 3/2/18 (64) vs. Ferris State in a 2-1 overtime Falcon victory
consolation game) by Dan Kwilas (43 saves)
BG attempted 60 or more SOG against a non-league opponent
BG shut out an opponent on the road 2/17/84 (64) vs. Michigan-Dearborn in an 11-3 Falcon win.
1/19/19 at Alaska Fairbanks (2-0) by Eric Dop (31 saves) BG yielded 50 or more shots on goal in a game to a league opponent
3/16/12 (58) vs. #3 Michigan at Joe Louis Arena in a 3-2 2OT loss in the
BG was shut out at home by a league opponent CCHA Tournament
11/16/18 vs. Lake Superior State (5-0) by Nick Kossoff (30 saves)
BG allowed 50 or more SOG in a game to a non-league opponent
BG was shut out on the road by a league opponent 12/29/04 (51) at Dartmouth in a 1-1 tie
1/11/19 at Michigan Tech (2-0) by Robbie Beydoun (27 saves)
INDIVIDUAL GOALS
BG was shut out on neutral ice A BG player recorded a hat trick versus a league opponent
12/27/13 vs. Boston College (5-0) at Pittsburgh, Pa. (Three Rivers 3/10/17 Kevin Dufour at Bemidji State in a 4-3 overtime win
Classic) by Brian Billett
A BG player recorded a hat trick vs. a non-conference opponent
10/26/18 Max Johnson in an 8-2 win at Ohio State
10 OR MORE GOALS
BG scored 10 or more goals at home A BG player scored four goals in a game
11/30/96 vs. Ohio State (10-4) 3/3/07 James Unger scored four times in a 7-5 loss at Nebraska-Omaha

A BG player scored five goals in a game


BG scored 10 or more goals on the road 3/4/83 Jamie Wansbrough scored five times in an 8-3 home victory
2/13/99 at Alaska-Fairbanks (10-3) over Notre Dame in a CCHA quarterfinal game

BG scored 10 or more goals against a league opponent on the road BG allowed a league opponent to score three goals
2/13/99 at Alaska-Fairbanks (10-3) 10/31/14 Bryce Gervais (Minnesota State) scored three times in a 5-2
win at the BGSU Ice Arena
BG allowed 10 or more goals at home
BG allowed a non-conference opponent to score three goals
2/13/10 vs. #1 Miami RedHawks (10-2) 10/15/16 Matheson Iacopelli (Western Michigan) scored three times in
an 8-2 Broncos win at the Lawson Ice Arena
BG allowed 10 or more goals on the road
10/18/02 at Ferris State (10-1) BG allowed a league player to score four goals in a game
1/16/06 Dan Riedel (Ferris State) scored four times in a 6-5 Bulldog win
at the BGSU Ice Arena
FIVE GOALS IN A PERIOD
BG scored five or more goals in a period against a league opponent BG allowed a non-league player to score four goals in a game
11/19/16 at Alabama Huntsville in an 8-3 Falcon win (third period, 6G) 12/30/92 Mike Latendresse (Maine) scored four times in a 6-2 Black
Bear win in Richfield, Ohio at the Cleveland College Hockey Classic
BG scored five or more goals in a period vs. a non-league opponent
10/18/96 vs. Boston College in an 8-3 Falcon win (second period) PENALTY SHOTS
BG attempted a penalty shot
BG allowed five or more goals in a period vs. a league opponent 11/25/17 Brandon Kruse scored against Miami’s Ryan Larkin in a 2-2 tie
12/10/04 vs. Michigan in an 8-3 Wolverines win (third period) at home

BG allowed five or more goals in a period vs. a non-league foe BG allowed a penalty shot goal
2/2/91 at Northern Michigan in a 7-2 Wildcat win (second period) 3/12/16 Kyle Bauman (Bemidji State) scored on Chris Nell in a 7-2
Bowling Green win at home in the first round of WCHA Playoffs

BG stopped a penalty shot attempt


11/15/14 Chris Nell stopped a penalty shot in a 3-2 win at Ohio State
Page 8 Ferris State at #9 Bowling Green • January 25-26

CHRISBERGERON
2017-18 COACHING NOTES
• The Falcons have posted four consecutive 20-plus win seasons for
the first time in 20+ years
• Won the Great Lakes Invitaional Tournament Championship
• Two players gained All-WCHA honors including Alec Rauhauser
(First Team) being named WCHA Defensemen of the year, and Mitch
McLain being named to Second Team

AT BOWLING GREEN
• Has won a best-of-three playoff series in each of the last eight years,
a stat that no other program in the country can claim
• Improved program's win total from five wins the prior to his arrival to
career-highs of 23 in the 2014-15 and 2017-18 campaigns
• Only program in the country to have won at least one best-of-three
playoff series in each of the past six years
• Advanced to Joe Louis Arena for CCHA Final Four in 2011-12
• Has advanced to the WCHA Final Five in all three years in the
conference (2013-14, 2014-15, and 2015-16), and made first WCHA
Championship appearance in 2016-17

PRIOR TO BGSU
• As assistant coach at Miami, program went 226-139-37 from 2000-10
• RedHawks went 161-83-28 in conference play
• Helped guide Miami to six NCAA Tournament appearances and two
Frozen Four showings

AS A PLAYER
• Two-year team captain at Miami from 1989-93
• Led program to first CCHA Championship as a senior
• Had 21 goals and 40 assists in senior campaign and named CCHA's
MILESTONE VICTORIES Best Defensive Forward

#1 Oct. 16, 2010 at Potsdam, N.Y.
BGSU 3, Clarkson 0
• Played seven years professionally with the Adirondack Red Wings
Jan. 4, 2014 at Huntsville, Ala.
(AHL), the Birmingham Bulls (ECHL), the Toledo Storm (ECHL), the
#50 BGSU 4, Alabama Huntsville 1 Cincinnati Cyclones (IHL) and the Columbus Cottonmouths (CHL).
Oct. 10, 2014 at Bowling Green, Ohio


#58 BGSU 3, Miami 2
First win over alma mater
PERSONAL
• 1993 Miami graduate with bachelors degree in education
March 5, 2016 at Huntsville, Ala. • Married to Janis
#100 BGSU 5, Alabama Huntsville 0 • Two sons, Logan and Connor
Oct. 23, 2018 at Bowling Green, Ohio
#150 BGSU 4, Western Michigan 1

CHRIS BERGERON'S HEAD COACHING RECORD


BOWLING GREEN
Season Record Conference Notes
2010-11 10-27-4 3-21-4 CCHA Second Round
2011-12 14-25-5 5-19-4 CCHA Semifinals
2012-13 15-21-5 10-15-3 CCHA Second Round
2013-14 18-15-6 13-11-4 WCHA Final Five
2014-15 23-11-5 17-8-3 WCHA Final Five
2015-16 22-14-6 16-7-5 WCHA Final Five
2016-17 21-18-2 14-13-1 WCHA Championship (L, 3-2 2OT)
2017-18 23-12-6 17-6-5 WCHA Semifinals
TOTAL 146-143-39 98-100-29
18-55-11 CCHA (2010-13)
77-45-18 WCHA (2013-present)
Ferris State at #9 Bowling Green • January 25-26 Page 9

2018-19 RESULTS
Date Opponent Result Record Att. Goalie (S/GA) BGSU Scoring
OCTOBER
6 at Mercyhurst W, 8-2 1-0-0 1,037 R. Bednard (18/2) Johnson (PP), Linkenheld, Theocharidis #, Baylis,
Baylis, Baylis (PP), Ford (PP), Johnson
9 at Western Michigan W, 6-2 2-0-0 2,577 R. Bednard (34/2) Theocharidis (SH)*, Ford (PP), Wright #, Schneider,
Linkenheld, L. Craggs (EN)
12 at Robert Morris L, 3-2 2-1-0 837 Dop (25/3) Wright, Letourneau*
14 Robert Morris W, 6-0 3-1-0 2,133 R. Bednard (15/0) L. Craggs#, Ford (PP), Kruse (PP), Schilling, Kruse (PP),
Linkenheld
23 Western Michigan W, 4-1 4-1-0 1,775 R. Bednard (19/1) Baylis* (SH), Johnson# (PP), L. Craggs, S. Craggs
26 at Ohio State W, 8-2 5-1-0 5,871 R. Bednard (31/2) Johnson (PP), L. Craggs, Schilling*, Johnson (PP),
Wright, Barber, Johnson (PP), Baylis (SH)
27 Ohio State T, 2-2 5-1-1 5,000 R. Bednard (28/2) L. Craggs+, Ford (PP)
NOVEMBER
2 Northern Michigan * W, 3-1 6-1-1 2,551 R. Bednard (22/1) Schneider, S. Craggs #, Kruse
3 Northern Michigan* L, 2-0 6-2-1 2,493 R. Bednard (13/2)
9 at Alaska Anchorage * T, 0-0 6-2-2 1,692 Dop (33/33)
10 at Alaska Anchorage* W, 3-0 7-2-2 2,269 R. Bednard (25/25) L. Craggs (PP) # , Ford, Ford
16 Lake Superior State * L, 5-0 7-3-2 2,259 R. Bednard (12/5)
17 Lake Superior State * W, 5-2 8-3-2 2,211 R. Bednard (21/2) Rauhauser (PP), Rauhauser, Cullen #, Schneider,
Letourneau (EN)
21 at U.S. U-18 Team (EXH.) W, 5-4 8-3-2 Dop (29/4) Baylis, S. Craggs, S. Bednard, Johnson (PP),
L. Craggs (EN)
DECEMBER
1 at Alabama Huntsville* W, 6-2 9-3-2 1,041 R. Bednard (26/2) S. Craggs, Smith #, L. Craggs, Johnson (PP),
Wright (PP), L. Craggs
2 at Alabama Hunstville * W, 2-1 10-3-2 1,007 Dop (13/1) Linkenheld, L. Craggs #
7 at Ferris State * T, 3-3 10-3-3 1,342 R. Bednard (23/3) Johnson +, Kruse (PP), Wright +
8 at Ferris State * W, 4-3 11-3-3 1,425 Dop (19/3) L. Craggs +, Johnson, Kruse +, Barber #
14 Minnesota State* W, 4-1 12-3-3 1,977 R. Bednard (26/1) Ford + (PP), Kruse # (PP), Ford (PP), Baylis (EN)
15 Minnesota State* W, 4-1 13-3-3 2,218 R. Bednard (22/1) Theocharidis, L. Craggs #, L. Craggs, Schneider
30 Windsor (EXH.) W, 7-3 13-3-3 1,182 R. Bednard (8/1) Johnson, Barber, S. Craggs +, Dougherty #,
Dop (9/2) Schilling, Johnson (PP), Dalton (PP)
Rich (1/0)

JANUARY
3 Bemidji State* L, 3-2 13-4-3 1,486 R. Bednard (36/3) L. Craggs, Theocharidis (PG)
4 Bemidji State* W, 3-1 14-4-3 2,676 R. Bednard (24/1) Kruse, Schneider # , Ford (EN)
11 at Michigan Tech * L, 2-0 14-5-3 2,284 R. Bednard (28/2)
12 at Michigan Tech* W, 3-2 15-5-3 3,167 Dop (34/2) Schilling, Barber, Barber (PP)#
18 at Alaska* L, 4-1 15-6-3 1,327 Dop (21/2) Ford (PG)
19 at Alaska* W, 2-0 16-6-3 1,823 Dop (31/0) Johnson #, Kruse (EN)
25 Ferris State *
26 Ferris State *

FEBRUARY
1 at Northern Michigan*
2 at Northern Michigan*
15 Alaska*
16 Alaska*
22 at Bemidji State*
23 at Bemidji State*

MARCH
1 Alabama Huntsville
2 Alabama Huntsville
8-10 WCHA First Round
15-17 WCHA Semifinals
23 WCHA Championship Game

# Game-winning goal
+ Game-tying goal
(EN) Empty-net goal
(PP) Power play goal
(SH) Short handed goal
(PG) Pulled goalie
Page 10 Ferris State at #9 Bowling Green • January 25-26

2018-19 SEASON STATISTICS


The Automated ScoreBook
Bowling Green Combined Team Statistics (as of Jan 22, 2019)
All games

D ate O p p o n en t Sc o re A tt. R ec o rd : O v erall Hom e A w ay N eu tral


O ct 06 at M ercyhu rst W 8 -2 1037 A LL G A M E S 16-6-3 7 -3 -1 9 -3 -2 0-0-0
O ct 09 at #18 W e stern M ichigan W 6 -2 2577 CONFERENCE 10-5-2 4 -3 -0 6 -2 -2 0-0-0
O ct 12 at R obert M o rris L 2 -3 837 N O N -C O N F E R E N 6 -1 -1 3 -0 -1 3 -1 -0 0-0-0
O ct 14 R O B E R T M O R R IS W 6 -0 2133
O ct 23 #19 W E S T E R N M IC H IG A N W 4 -1 1775
O ct 26 at #4 O S U W 8 -2 5871 ## Play er gp g a p ts sh s h % p en -m in p p s h
O ct 27 #4 O S U Tot 2 -2 5000 28 K R U S E , B randon 25 8 20 28 58 . 1 3 8 9-18 4 0
* N ov 02 N O R T H E R N M IC H IG A N W 3 -1 2251 10 JO H N S O N , M ax 25 10 15 25 54 . 1 8 5 6-23 6 0
* N ov 03 N O R T H E R N M IC H IG A N L 0 -2 2493 20 F O R D , C onnor 25 10 8 18 45 . 2 2 2 6-12 6 0
* N ov 09 at A laska A nchorage Tot 0 -0 1692 22 C R A G G S , Lukas 21 13 4 17 68 . 1 9 1 2 0-62 1 0
* N ov 10 at A laska A nchorage W 3 -0 2269 23 R A U H A U S E R , A lec 25 2 13 15 59 . 0 3 4 1 2-24 1 0
* N ov 16 L A K E S U P E R IO R S T A T E L 0 -5 2259
N ov 17 L A K E S U P E R IO R S T A T E W 5 -2 2211 13 B A Y L IS , S tephen 22 6 8 14 49 . 1 2 2 7-14 1 2
* D ec 01 at U A H W 6 -2 1041 16 W R IG H T , C am eron 24 5 9 14 63 . 0 7 9 8-16 2 0
* D ec 02 at U A H W 2 -1 1007 27 T H E O C H A R ID IS , T i 24 4 6 10 61 . 0 6 6 6-12 0 1
* D ec 07 at F erris S ta te To2 3 -3 1342 2 C U LLE N , W ill 15 1 8 9 11 . 0 9 1 5-10 0 0
* D ec 08 at F erris S ta te W ot 4 -3 1425 11 S C H N E ID E R , T aylor 24 5 3 8 30 . 1 6 7 5-10 0 0
* D ec 14 #3 M IN N E S O T A S T A T E W 4 -1 1977 6 B A R B E R , A lex 24 4 3 7 34 . 1 1 8 9-18 1 0
* D ec 15 #3 M IN N E S O T A S T A T E W 4 -1 2218 17 LIN K E N H E LD , C ase 21 4 3 7 20 . 2 0 0 5-10 0 0
* Ja n 03 B E M ID JI S T A T E L 2 -3 1486
* Ja n 04 B E M ID JI S T A T E W 3 -1 2676 25 C R A G G S , S am 25 3 4 7 21 . 1 4 3 17-45 0 0
* Ja n 11 at M ichiga n T e ch L 0 -2 2284 29 S C H ILLIN G , John 15 3 4 7 26 . 1 1 5 4-8 0 1
* Ja n 12 at M ichiga n T e ch W 3 -2 3167 8 LE T O U R N E A U , F re d 25 2 4 6 44 . 0 4 5 8-16 0 0
* Ja n 18 at A laska F airbanks L 1 -4 1327 12 P O H L K A M P , C hris 25 0 6 6 25 . 0 0 0 6-12 0 0
* Ja n 19 at A laska F airbanks W 2 -0 1823 4 M cD O N A LD , C onnor 25 0 4 4 27 . 0 0 0 8-16 0 0
21 D A LT O N , Jacob 17 0 3 3 11 . 0 0 0 0-0 0 0
TEA M STA TISTIC S B G SU O PP 5 S M IT H , A dam 13 1 1 2 12 . 0 8 3 2-4 0 0
S H O T S T A T IS T IC S
G o als-S hot a tte m p ts 81-752 45 -6 3 7 7 B E D N A R D , S hane 6 0 1 1 2 . 0 0 0 1-2 0 0
S h ot p ct. .1 0 8 .0 7 1 26 M E IE R , M att 8 0 1 1 7 . 0 0 0 3-6 0 0
G o a ls /G a m e 3 .2 1 .8 3 M U S S E R , C arson 10 0 1 1 8 . 0 0 0 3-6 0 0
S h o ts /G a m e 30.1 2 5 .5 14 W E LLS , Justin 21 0 1 1 13 . 0 0 0 2-4 0 0
PO W ER PLAYS 35 B E D N A R D , R yan 18 0 0 0 0 . 0 0 0 3-6 0 0
G o als-P ow er P la ys 22-131 16-1 2 5 15 D O U G H E R T Y , E van 10 0 0 0 4 . 0 0 0 1-2 0 0
C o nversion P ercent .1 6 8 .1 2 8 18 S T -JE A N , T revor 1 0 0 0 0 . 0 0 0 0-0 0 0
S h ot A tte m p ts 157 144
S h ot P ercent .1 4 0 .1 1 1 TM TEAM 12 0 0 0 0 . 0 0 0 1-2 0 0
S H O R T -H A N D E D T otal 25 81 130 211 752 . 1 0 8 157-358 22 4
G o als-S hot a tte m p ts 4-30 0 -2 8 O pponents 25 45 79 124 637 . 0 7 1 16 3-395 16 0
S h ot P ercent .1 3 3 .0 0 0
GOAL BREAKDOW N ## G o alie gp m in ga g aav g s av es s av e% w -l-t
P o w er P la y 22 16 3 1 D O P , E ric 7 420:56 10 1.43 174 .9 4 6 4-2-1
S h o rt-h a n d e d 4 0 3 5 B E D N A R D , R yan 18 1085:42 32 1.77 418 .9 2 9 12-4-2
E m p ty net 5 3
P e n a lty 0 0 TM EM PTY N ET 12 13:47 3 - 0 .0 0 0 0-0-0
U n a s s is te d 6 2 T otal 25 1520:25 45 1.78 592 .9 2 9 16-6-3
O v e r tim e 1 0 O pponents 25 1520:25 81 3.20 671 .8 9 2 6-16-3
S h o o to u t 0 0
D e layed P enalty 0 0 A tten d an c e Su m m ary B G SU O p p o n en t
P E N A L T IE S T otal 26479 27699
Num ber 157 163 D ates/A vg P er D ate 11/2407 14/1978
M in u te s 358 395
P e n a ltie s /G a m e 6 .3 6 .5 N eutral S ite #/A vg 0/0
P e n m inutes/G am e 14.3 1 5 .8
F A C E O F F S (W -L) 778-818 818 -7 7 8 G o als b y Perio d 1s t 2n d 3rd OT To tal
F a ceoff W -L P ct. .4 8 7 .5 1 3 B ow ling G reen 27 22 31 1 81
S H O O T O U T S (M ade-A tt) 1 -2 0 -2 O pponents 15 11 19 0 45

Sh o ts b y Perio d 1s t 2n d 3rd OT To tal


B ow ling G reen 236 245 255 10 752
O pponents 227 183 217 8 637

Sav es b y Perio d 1s t 2n d 3rd OT To tal


B ow ling G reen 212 172 198 8 592
O pponents 209 223 224 9 671
Ferris State at #9 Bowling Green • January 25-26 Page 11

2018-19 TEAM COMPARISONThe Automated ScoreBook


Bowling Green Game Results (as of Jan 22, 2019)
All games

Date Opponent Score Shots Overall Conf Time Att. Goalie of record
Oct 06 at Mercyhurst W 8-2 35/20 1-0-0 0-0-0 2:28 1037 BEDNARD, Ryan
Oct 09 at #18 Western Michigan W 6-2 19/36 2-0-0 0-0-0 2:32 2577 BEDNARD, Ryan
Oct 12 at Robert Morris L 2-3 39/28 2-1-0 0-0-0 2:20 837 DOP, Eric
Oct 14 ROBERT MORRIS W 6-0 33/15 3-1-0 0-0-0 2:16 2133 BEDNARD, Ryan
Oct 23 #19 WESTERN MICHIGAN W 4-1 30/20 4-1-0 0-0-0 2:33 1775 BEDNARD, Ryan
Oct 26 at #4 OSU W 8-2 28/33 5-1-0 0-0-0 2:20 5871 BEDNARD, Ryan
Oct 27 #4 OSU Tot 2-2 30/25 5-1-1 0-0-0 2:36 5000 BEDNARD, Ryan
* Nov 02 NORTHERN MICHIGAN W 3-1 27/23 6-1-1 1-0-0 1:23 2251 BEDNARD, Ryan
* Nov 03 NORTHERN MICHIGAN L 0-2 35/15 6-2-1 1-1-0 2:12 2493 BEDNARD, Ryan
* Nov 09 at Alaska Anchorage Tot 0-0 27/33 6-2-2 1-1-1 2:23 1692 DOP, Eric
* Nov 10 at Alaska Anchorage W 3-0 26/25 7-2-2 2-1-1 2:19 2269 BEDNARD, Ryan
* Nov 16 LAKE SUPERIOR STATE L 0-5 30/17 7-3-2 2-2-1 2:13 2259 BEDNARD, Ryan
Nov 17 LAKE SUPERIOR STATE W 5-2 26/23 8-3-2 2-2-1 2:20 2211 BEDNARD, Ryan
* Dec 01 at UAH W 6-2 30/28 9-3-2 3-2-1 2:15 1041 BEDNARD, Ryan
* Dec 02 at UAH W 2-1 37/14 10-3-2 4-2-1 2:06 1007 DOP, Eric
* Dec 07 at Ferris State To 3-3 41/26 10-3-3 4-2-2 2:48 1342 BEDNARD, Ryan
* Dec 08 at Ferris State Wot 4-3 27/22 11-3-3 5-2-2 2:20 1425 DOP, Eric
* Dec 14 #3 MINNESOTA STATE W 4-1 30/27 12-3-3 6-2-2 2:31 1977 BEDNARD, Ryan
* Dec 15 #3 MINNESOTA STATE W 4-1 27/23 13-3-3 7-2-2 2:08 2218 BEDNARD, Ryan
* Jan 03 BEMIDJI STATE L 2-3 24/39 13-4-3 7-3-2 2:20 1486 BEDNARD, Ryan
* Jan 04 BEMIDJI STATE W 3-1 24/25 14-4-3 8-3-2 2:17 2676 BEDNARD, Ryan
* Jan 11 at Michigan Tech L 0-2 27/30 14-5-3 8-4-2 2:05 2284 BEDNARD, Ryan
* Jan 12 at Michigan Tech W 3-2 30/36 15-5-3 9-4-2 2:20 3167 DOP, Eric
* Jan 18 at Alaska Fairbanks L 1-4 36/23 15-6-3 9-5-2 2:13 1327 DOP, Eric
* Jan 19 at Alaska Fairbanks W 2-0 34/31 16-6-3 10-5-2 2:38 1823 DOP, Eric

Team Record W-L-T Attendance Dates Total Avg.


Overall: 16-6-3 Total: 25 54178 2167
Conference: 10-5-2 Home: 11 26479 2407
Home: 7-3-1 Away: 14 27699 1978
Away: 9-3-2 Neutral: 0 0 0
Neutral: 0-0-0
Overtime: 1-0-3
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2018-19 STATISTICAL LEADERS


Bowling Green Category Leaders (as of Jan 22, 2019)
All games

## Points GP G A Pts Sh ## Assists GP G A Pts Sh


28 KRUSE, Brandon 25 8 20 28 58 28 KRUSE, Brandon 25 8 20 28 58
10 JOHNSON, Max 25 10 15 25 54 10 JOHNSON, Max 25 10 15 25 54
20 FORD, Connor 25 10 8 18 45 23 RAUHAUSER, Alec 25 2 13 15 59
22 CRAGGS, Lukas 21 13 4 17 68 16 WRIGHT, Cameron 24 5 9 14 63
23 RAUHAUSER, Alec 25 2 13 15 59 20 FORD, Connor 25 10 8 18 45
13 BAYLIS, Stephen 22 6 8 14 49 13 BAYLIS, Stephen 22 6 8 14 49
16 WRIGHT, Cameron 24 5 9 14 63 2 CULLEN, Will 15 1 8 9 11
27 THEOCHARIDIS, Tim 24 4 6 10 61 27 THEOCHARIDIS, Tim 24 4 6 10 61
2 CULLEN, Will 15 1 8 9 11 12 POHLKAMP, Chris 25 0 6 6 25
11 SCHNEIDER, Taylor 24 5 3 8 30 22 CRAGGS, Lukas 21 13 4 17 68

## Goals GP G A Pts Sh ## Shots GP G A Pts Sh Sh%


22 CRAGGS, Lukas 21 13 4 17 68 22 CRAGGS, Lukas 21 13 4 17 68 .191
10 JOHNSON, Max 25 10 15 25 54 16 WRIGHT, Cameron 24 5 9 14 63 .079
20 FORD, Connor 25 10 8 18 45 27 THEOCHARIDIS, Tim 24 4 6 10 61 .066
28 KRUSE, Brandon 25 8 20 28 58 23 RAUHAUSER, Alec 25 2 13 15 59 .034
13 BAYLIS, Stephen 22 6 8 14 49 28 KRUSE, Brandon 25 8 20 28 58 .138
16 WRIGHT, Cameron 24 5 9 14 63 10 JOHNSON, Max 25 10 15 25 54 .185
11 SCHNEIDER, Taylor 24 5 3 8 30 13 BAYLIS, Stephen 22 6 8 14 49 .122
27 THEOCHARIDIS, Tim 24 4 6 10 61 20 FORD, Connor 25 10 8 18 45 .222
6 BARBER, Alex 24 4 3 7 34 8 LETOURNEAU, Frederi 25 2 4 6 44 .045
17 LINKENHELD, Casey 21 4 3 7 20 6 BARBER, Alex 24 4 3 7 34 .118

## Power-Play Goals GP PPG ## Shot Pct. GP G A Pts Sh Sh%


10 JOHNSON, Max 25 6 20 FORD, Connor 25 10 8 18 45 .222
20 FORD, Connor 25 6 17 LINKENHELD, Casey 21 4 3 7 20 .200
28 KRUSE, Brandon 25 4 22 CRAGGS, Lukas 21 13 4 17 68 .191
16 WRIGHT, Cameron 24 2 10 JOHNSON, Max 25 10 15 25 54 .185
11 SCHNEIDER, Taylor 24 5 3 8 30 .167
## Short-Handed Goals GP SHG 25 CRAGGS, Sam 25 3 4 7 21 .143
13 BAYLIS, Stephen 22 2 28 KRUSE, Brandon 25 8 20 28 58 .138
29 SCHILLING, John 15 1 13 BAYLIS, Stephen 22 6 8 14 49 .122
27 THEOCHARIDIS, Tim 24 1 6 BARBER, Alex 24 4 3 7 34 .118
29 SCHILLING, John 15 3 4 7 26 .115
## Game-Winning Goals GP GWG
22 CRAGGS, Lukas 21 5 ## Penalties GP Pen Min
6 BARBER, Alex 24 2 22 CRAGGS, Lukas 21 20 62
10 JOHNSON, Max 25 2 25 CRAGGS, Sam 25 17 45
23 RAUHAUSER, Alec 25 12 24
## Plus/Minus GP +/- 28 KRUSE, Brandon 25 9 18
22 CRAGGS, Lukas 21 +20 6 BARBER, Alex 24 9 18
28 KRUSE, Brandon 25 +14 16 WRIGHT, Cameron 24 8 16
23 RAUHAUSER, Alec 25 +12 8 LETOURNEAU, Frederi 25 8 16
10 JOHNSON, Max 25 +11 4 McDONALD, Connor 25 8 16
2 CULLEN, Will 15 +11 13 BAYLIS, Stephen 22 7 14
27 THEOCHARIDIS, Tim 24 +10 12 POHLKAMP, Chris 25 6 12
4 McDONALD, Connor 25 +9
13 BAYLIS, Stephen 22 +8 ## Penalty Minutes GP Pen Min
20 FORD, Connor 25 +7 22 CRAGGS, Lukas 21 20 62
12 POHLKAMP, Chris 25 +7 25 CRAGGS, Sam 25 17 45
23 RAUHAUSER, Alec 25 12 24
10 JOHNSON, Max 25 6 23
6 BARBER, Alex 24 9 18
28 KRUSE, Brandon 25 9 18
4 McDONALD, Connor 25 8 16
16 WRIGHT, Cameron 24 8 16
8 LETOURNEAU, Frederi 25 8 16
13 BAYLIS, Stephen 22 7 14