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MIKE MONTGOMERY

CHAD HUTTEL
KYLE SCHMIDT

JUSTIN FONTAINE
TRENT PALM

CODY DANBERG
UMD HOCKEY FAST FACTS
2010-11 BULLDOG FAST FACTS WHERE TO FIND IT ...
UMD and the Duluth Community.............................. 2-3
NAME: University of Minnesota Duluth Bulldog Athletics...........................................................4
LOCATION: Duluth, MN 55812 Making the Grade.........................................................5
FOUNDED: 1895 The Duluth Entertainment and Convention Center......6
ENROLLMENT: 11,800 The Western Collegiate Hockey Association................7
CHANCELLOR: Dr. Lendley Black Head Coach Scott Sandelin..................................... 8-9
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Bob Nielson All-Time Bulldog Coaching Records.............................9
FACULTY ATHLETIC REPRESENTATIVE: Allen Mensinger UMD Assistant Coaches/Hockey Staff..................10-11
ATHLETICS PHONE: (218) 726-8168 2010-11 UMD Roster..................................................12
ATHLETICS TICKET PHONE (218) 726-8595 The 2010-11 Bulldogs........................................... 13-35
NICKNAME: Bulldogs 2009-10 Bulldog Statistics and Results................ 36-37
COLORS: Maroon and Gold 2009-10 WCHA Standings, Statistics and Honors.....38
NATIONAL AFFILIATION: NCAA (Division I) 2009-10 Game Summaries.................................. 39-42
CONFERENCE: Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) All-Time UMD Record vs. Opponents........................43
ALL-TIME HOCKEY RECORD (YEAR): 933-993-123 (67th) Memorable Dates in Bulldog Hockey History....... 44-48
NCAA PLAYOFF APPEARANCES: 6 (1983, 1984, 1985, 1993, 2004, 2009) UMD All-Americans....................................................49
NCAA FROZEN FOUR APPEARANCES: 3 (1984, 1985, 2004) UMD Hobey Baker Award Winners/Nominees..... 50-51
WCHA REGULAR SEASON CHAMPIONSHIPS: 3 (1983-84, Bulldogs in the National Hockey League....................52
1984-85, 1992-93) All-Time Bulldog NHL Draft Picks......................... 53-54
WCHA PLAYOFF CHAMPIONS: 3 (1983-84, 1984-85, 2008-09) UMD Olympians.........................................................55
Bulldog WCHA Award Winners............................. 56-57
HOME FACILITY (SEATING CAPACITY): AMSOIL Arena (6,732
UMD Team Award Winners.................................. 58-60
- after 12/4/10)/Duluth Entertainment and Convention Center
The Last Time.............................................................60
(5,294)
Bulldog Team Records...............................................61
RINK DIMENSIONS: 200’ x 85’/190’ x 85’
UMD Individual Records.............................................62
YEAR OPENED: 2010/1966
Bulldog Single-Season/Career Leaders.....................63
DECC PRESS BOX PHONE: (218) 727-7939
Bulldog Career Scoring Leaders................................64
DECC LOCKER ROOM PHONE: (218) 722-8415
Bulldog Career Points Per Game Leaders.................65
HEAD COACH: Scott Sandelin (University of North Dakota, 1986) Bulldog Year-By-Year Scoring Leaders......................66
RECORD AT UMD (YEAR): 166-190-46 (10th) Bulldog Year-By-Year Goalie Leaders........................67
CAREER COLLEGE COACHING RECORD (YEAR):166-190-46 (10th) All-Time Shutouts By/Against UMD...................... 68-70
HEAD COACH’S PHONE: (218) 726-8579 All-Time Bulldog Hat Tricks........................................71
HEAD COACH’S E-MAIL ADDRESS: sandelin@d.umn.edu They Wore The Bulldog........................................ 72-79
ASSISTANT COACHES: Brett Larson (UMD, 2004), Derek Plante UMD Hockey Alumni Hometowns..............................80
(UMD, 2009) and Bill Watson (UMD, 1990) All-Time Bulldog Captains..........................................81
ASSISTANT COACHES’ PHONE:(218) 726-8195/726-6119 Bulldogs By the (Jersey) Number......................... 82-83
ASSISTANT COACHES’ E-MAIL ADDRESS: blarson@d.umn.edu/ UMD Yearly Records..................................................84
dplante@d.umn.edu The Bulldogs in the NCAA Tournament......................85
STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING COACH: Blake Palmer Year-By-Year Bulldog Results.............................. 86-93
STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING COACH PHONE:218-722-0808 The UMD Athletic Hall of Fame..................................94
ATHLETIC TRAINER: Suz Hoppe Media Information.......................................................95
ATHLETIC TRAINER’S PHONE: (218) 726-8015 A Salute to Brett Hull..................................................96
EQUIPMENT MANAGER: Chris Garner
EQUIPMENT MANAGER’S PHONE: (218) 722-8415
DIRECTOR OF HOCKEY OPERATIONS: Christian Koelling
2009-10 OVERALL RECORD: 22-17-1
2000-10 WCHA RECORD (PLACE): 16-11-1 (Fourth-Tie) ON THE
LETTERMEN RETURNING: 20 (Wing-8, Center-3, Defense-8, COVER
Goalie-1) Some 44 years
LETTERMEN LOST: 5 (Wing-2, Center-1, Defense-1, Goalie-1) after it opened
2010-11 TEAM CAPTAIN: Mike Montgomery its doors for
2010-11 ALTERNATE TEAM CAPTAINS: Jack Connolly, Mike Connolly business with
SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: Bob Nygaard Huffer Christian-
SID OFFICE PHONE: (218) 726-8191 sen (left) and
SID HOME PHONE: (218) 724-6366 Co. delivering
SID CELL PHONE: (218) 341-0524 an 8-1 thrash-
SID FAX PHONE: (218) 726-6529 ing of Minne-
SID E-MAIL ADDRESS: bnygaard@d.umn.edu sota, the Duluth
WEBSITE ADDRESS: umdbulldogs.com Enterainment
andConven-
tion Center will
serve as the
home of UMD-
hockey no more. Junior All-American center Jack
Connolly (right) and his Bulldog brethren are set to
christen the new $70-million, 6,732-seat AMSOIL
Arena on Dec. 30, 2010.
CREDITS
This 2010-11 Bulldog Hockey Media Guide was
written, edited, and produced by UMD Sports
Information Director Bob Nygaard, with additional
assistance from Cory Bellamy, Sarah Smith and
Jess Myers. Photography by Brett Groehler, Ken
Moran and various NHL clubs. Cover designs by
Westmorelandflint.Printing by Arrowhead Print-
ing, Inc

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Like Nowhere Else provide the finest
UMD AND THE DULUTH COMMUNITY
Hiking amid the winter recreation
dense white pines that conditions between
grow down to the rocky the Adirondacks
coast, one can hear and the Rockies.
the cry of seagulls and Dozens of open
the distant wail of a spaces in and
foghorn as the mighty around the city are
waves crash against complemented by
the shore, covering a lakewalk which
the lush green vegeta- stretches for miles
tion with a fine mist. from Canal Park up
A scene out of a re- the North Shore,
mote spot in the Pacific passing countless
Northwest right? No, parks, monuments,
it’s Duluth. and places to sit
Straining against and ponder the
the incessant tug of inland ocean, and
gravity, you make your providing ample
way up the steep cob- oppor tunities for
blestone sidewalks of wa l ker s, b iker s,
the bustling downtown. skaters, or those
The air is filled with the who favor a horse-
honking horns of cars, drawn carriage ride.
cabs and busses. Mingling with the sea air and the St. Lawrence Seaway, then across No wonder Outdoor
is the wafting scent of freshly baked bread the Atlantic Ocean to foreign ports. Magazine recently listed Duluth as one of
coming from one of the ethnic grocery Mile-long trains loaded with iron ore the top 20 places to live in the U.S.
stores, restaurants, and bakeries in the and taconite pellets from the mines of When it comes to staying up to
tightly packed neighborhood. You’re walk- Minnesota’s Iron Range come to Duluth date on what’s happening around town,
ing the streets of San Francisco, right? No, to have their contents emptied into ships around the region, and around the globe,
it’s Duluth. (commonly called lakers) which will haul Duluthians are blessed with four local
The boardwalk is simply alive today. their goods to the steel mills of Indiana, television stations, several print media
Down the street from the casino, and in Ohio, and Pennsylvania. There, the ore outlets and more radio stations per capita
front of hundreds of waterfront hotel rooms, will be used to make the structural steel (in every available format) than nearly
there is every mixture of people enjoying for buildings of the future and for the any community in the nation. Duluth’s
the gentle breeze off the water. Tourists automobile frames being designed for use television and radio stations—which, in
mingle with businessmen on their lunch in the new century. terms of geographic reach, are located in
break, and in-line skaters zoom past a A vibrant tourism industry brings one of the country’s largest markets—
mime entertaining the kids as couples in countless visitors from throughout cover news, sports, and weather in the
check out the galleries and coffeehouses the Midwest to shop, eat, relax, and be Tw i n P o r t s , n o r t h e r n M i n n e s o t a
that line the sun-splashed strip. Is it Atlantic entertained by the endless variety of things and northwestern Wisconsin.
City, Miami Beach, or Santa Monica? No, to see and do in and around the Twin Ports. And, for those who like to take their
it’s Duluth. Goods are for sale in every variety, from entertainment sitting down, Duluth, quite
tiny galleries where local artisans display literally, offers something for all interests.
A Meeting Place seagull figurines carved from the driftwood Broadway entertainment and dozens
Centuries before the first Native found along the shore of Lake Superior, to of movie screens bring the stars of the
Americans pitched their teepees and sleek modern shopping malls filled with the East and West Coasts to the Twin Ports.
launched their primitive canoes in the latest designer fashions. National recording artists perform by the
waters of the massive lake they called Diners choose from options like shore of the lake during concerts, including
“Gitchee Gummee,” there were countless grabbing a quick burger and a soda on the region’s annual Bayfest Blues Festival.
meetings in the place that would come to their way to the game, or sitting down to For the sports fan, Duluth is home to a
be known as Duluth. The crashing waves hot coffee, a bowl of steaming chowder Northwoods Baseball League franchise,
of Lake Superior came here to meet the and warm apple pie, or savoring prime rib one of the nation’s most prominent
churning waters of the St. Louis River. and fine wine at a linen-covered table in a marathons each summer, a major dog
Those meetings of natural forces four-star restaurant. sled race each winter, and top-level inter-
formed a 10-mile long strand of sand For active visitors, Duluth and the surround- collegiate athletic competition in the form
where, on warm summer days, you will ing area offer
find thousands of modern-day Twin Ports every kind of
visitors shedding the wraps of winter and outdoor rec-
meeting the rays of the sun. reation imag-
And that stretch of beach, now known inable, from
as Park Point, provided a huge natural har- hiking, kaya-
bor where tiny canoes, then larger boats, king, sailing,
and today, immense ocean-going ships, and biking
can find shelter from the wind and waves along the
of the great lake. Around this natural harbor rugged shore
where the lake met the river, cities grew. of t h e la ke,
Today, Duluth and its Twin Ports to first-class
partner, Superior, are viewed as meeting downhill and
places more than ever. cross-country
It is here that small-town truckers in skiing, snow-
jeans and feed caps haul loads of grain mobiling, and
down to the giant elevators next to the dog-sledding
docks. More than 1,000 miles from the salt that takes ad-
waters of the nearest ocean, they meet sea vantage of the
captains from ports from every corner of area’s c om -
the globe, who will haul that wheat, corn, mon lake-ef-
and barley east through the Great Lakes fect snows to

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entertainment, and a state-of-

UMD AND THE DULUTH COMMUNITY


the-art library which merges the
print and digital worlds, providing
students with the region’s most
advanced gateway to information.
Dedicated in August 2000, the
UMD Library was a $25 million
projec t whic h provi des the
campus with nearly 168,000
square feet of new space and
room for more than 200 laptop
and desktop computers. Since
the turn of the century, UMD has
added $200 million worth of new
projects (including the Library),
the latest being the Sports and
Health Center Addition ($13
million, opened in 2006), the Life
Science Renovation ($15 million,
opened 20 0 6) the Labovit z
School of Business & Economics
($23 million, opened 2008) and
the $15 million civil engineering
building (opened in 2010).
In a community like Duluth-
Superior, with its metro population
of over 125,000 and its amazingly
diverse economy, opportunities
for internships, employment,
of the 16 teams who wear the maroon and St. Paul, Morris, Rochester and Crookston, and on-the-job education abound, giving
gold of the University of Minnesota Duluth as well as Duluth) was started by an countless UMD graduates a much-desired
Bulldogs. recording artists perform by the act of the Territorial Legislature in 1851, chance to make their permanent home and
shore of the lake during concerts, including seven years before Minnesota achieved start their careers in the area.
the region’s annual Blues Festival. For the statehood. It took another 44 years before Here, where the ability to transport
sports fan, Duluth is home to a Northwoods public higher education came to the north goods over water created an economy and
Baseball League franchise, one of the woods with the opening of the Duluth several communities, transportation is in
nation’s largest marathons each summer, Normal School in 1895. Renamed Duluth abundant supply.
a nationally-recogized in-line skating race State Teacher’s College in 1921, the A major hub for the region, the Twin
each fall, a major dog sled race each school became a coordinate campus of Ports is connected by numerous four-
winter, and top-level intercollegiate athletic the University of Minnesota in 1947. lane intrastate freeways and major U.S.
competition in the form of the teams who The modern-day UMD has a campus highways. Minneapolis-St. Paul is less than
wear the Maroon and Gold of the University community of over 11,500 undergraduate a three-hour drive away, and destinations
of Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs. and graduate students pursuing bachelor’s, like Madison, Milwaukee, and Chicago
master’s, and doctorate degrees in 74 can be reached by car in less than half a
A Great University on a Great Lake m a j o r s a n d c l o s e t o 21 g r a d u a t e day. And, the Duluth International Airport
For more than 100 years, the modest p r o g r a m s . I n a d d i t i o n to t h e t wo - is served by several regional and national
teacher’s college that has grown and year program at the School of airlines with daily non-stop flights to
evolved into the University of Minnesota Medicine and a College of Pharmacy Minneapolis-St. Paul, Detroit and Chicago
Duluth has been offering students of all program, UMD offers six cooperative and connections to every major airport in
ages, and all interests, a window into the programs through the Minnesota-Twin the world.
opportunities that come with knowledge. Cities campus. A unique combination of
The University of Minnesota system quality and value, UMD consistently ranks Meet the Future
(which today has campuses in Minneapolis, among the top midwestern, regional Centuries have passed since the first
universities in U.S. News & World native peoples made their primitive homes
Report’s “America’s Best Colleges” near that place where the river meets the
issue. lake, and it’s been generations since the
Complimented by a faculty staff of first foreign sea captain sailed his ship
555, UMD’s students come to Duluth as far inland as it will go, but modern-day
and call it their home during their college Duluth is still a buzzing meeting place
years and beyond. Unlike the sprawling More than ever, young families are
commuter schools of the Midwest’s finding good jobs, safe streets, and a
metropolitan areas, where parking great place to raise children. And each
spaces out-number library periodicals, year, thousands of students come to
UMD is a community where close to a Duluth to earn the skills to compete in a
quarter of the undergraduate population global marketplace, learning the latest in
resides in the many on-campus housing technology and life skills at the world-class
options available, or in the historic university on top of the hill.
neighborhoods surrounding the campus Duluth has changed dramatically
Comprised of more than 50 buildings over the past 150-odd years, from a small,
and set on 244 acres of residential land rural town, to an industrial shipping hub, to
with scenic views of Lake Superior, the a crossroads of commerce, information,
UMD campus is a city unto itself, with and education. But one overwhelming and
housing, dining facilities, a theater, a constant trend remains—meeting.
planetarium, research laboratories, Just as ships meet their cargo and big
athletic facilities, parks, wilderness city opportunity meets small town charm,
areas, radio and television studios, young adults by the thousands come to
a newspaper, the latest computer study and meet their future where the
technology, medical facilities, shopping, woods meet the water.

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Now in its 80th year of operation, holder of some one dozen club rushing
BULLDOG ATHLETICS
the University of Minnesota Duluth and scoring marks, was chosen to a
Department of Intercollegiate Athletics program-high five different All-American
continues to sport one of the most teams in addition to becoming the school’s
competitive and well-balanced programs second Harlon Hill Trophy finalist (most
of its size in the country. outstanding player in NCAA II football).
Fourteen of UMD’s 16 teams — baseball, Place paid three visits to NCAA II national
men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and meets in 2009-10 — cross country, indoor
women’s cross country, football, women’s track and outdoor track and left each event
soccer, softball, women’s tennis, men’s as an All-American (she now has earned
and women’s indoor and outdoor track that designation six times as a Bulldogs.
and field, and volleyball — are members Joining Odim and Place on UMD’s All-
of the NCAA Division II Northern Sun American list were Emmanuelle Blais
Intercollegiate Conference. The UMD (women’s hockey), Jheri Booker (women’s
men’s and women’s ice hockey programs, basketball),Clare Dahmen (soccer) Kristen
meanwhile, are aligned with the revered Danielson (softball) -- all of whom shared
Western Collegiate Hockey Association, the Bulldogs’ Outstanding Female Senior
a NCAA Division I circuit. Athlete Award for 2009-10, senior Tobias
The 2009-10 UMD athletic season was Lemke (football), juniors Robbie Aurich
indeed one for the books, highlighted by (football), Hannah Bengston (soccer),
the Bulldogs’ historic conquest of a record Tyler Erickson (baseball), Alyssa Nelson
fifth NCAA women’s hockey national (volleyball) and Michelle SanCartier,
championship and a perfect 15-0 record. and sophomores Jack Connolly (men’s
UMD also qualified for NCAA post-season hockey) and Eleena Iisakka (volleyball).
play in football, volleyball (for the eighth The man in charge of supervising Bulldog
straight year), soccer, women’s cross sports is Bob Nielson, who officially took
country, women’s basketball, softball, and over as UMD’s Director of Intercollegiate
women’s indoor and outdoor track. Athletics on December 1, 2003. Nielson
On the national front, the Bulldogs Junior Isaac Odim, the reigning NSIC also doubles as UMD’s head football
placed 27th — their second best showing Offensive Player of the Year, finished coach, a position he held from 1999-2003
ever — in the 2009-10 NCAA II Learfield fourth in the final voting for the 2009 before returning to the sidelines one year
Directors’ Cup all-sports standings. UMD Harlon Hill Award -- the second straight ago — just in time to marshal the Bulldogs
racked up 431 points, a mark bettered by year a Bulldog accomplished that feat. to their only NCAA II national title in any
only three other NSIC schools, as points sport and a perfect 15-0 record. Over
were awarded based on each institution’s the past two seasons, he and his UMD
national finish in up to 14 sports. One year of All-American status in their respective charges have gone 26-2 while capturing
ago, UMD wound up 18th in that same sports one year ago. Headlining that group back-to-back NSIC championships (doing
competition. was junior running back Isaac Odim and so both times on the strength of identical
A total of 14 Bulldogs, including two sophomore distance runner Morgan Place. 10-0 marks) and never failing to crack
members of the NSIC Tournament Odim, UMD’s all-time leading ground the top 20 in any major Division II weekly
champion soccer team, attained some kind gainer and touchdown leader and the poll.

Hockey dynamo Jack Connolly was one of 14 Bulldogs who distinguished themselves as All-Americans in 2009-10.

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Megan Rubesh) who received the first-

MAKING THE GRADE


ever NSIC Myles Brand All-Academic
With Distinction Award. On top of this,
Lemke, Wood and fellow seniors Dan
Beck, Korey Horn, Tyler Johnson and
Sam Whitney were chosen to the National
Football Foundation National Honor
Society in recognition of their outstanding
accomplishments in the classroom and on
the playing field.
Student-athletes at UMD spend
a vast amount of time and energy,
over and above their studies, to
participate in their sport. That’s why
the AASC’s goal is to lend academic
support to every student-athlete.

The ultimate goal of the UMD Athletic Academic Support Center is to assist Bulldog
athletes (such as 2003-04 Hobey Baker Memorial Award winner Junior Lessard) earn a
degree and, since 1985, it has done an outstanding job of achieving that objective.

The University of Minnesota Duluth Brandon Wood (second team) became


has always maintained a strong and proud the first Bulldogs to land a spot on the
tradition of academically preparing its ESPN The Magazine Academic All-
student-athletes. Since 1985, the UMD American Team in football. Those three,
Athletic Academic Support Center (AASC) along with junior soccer forward Becky
has helped all student-athletes progress Anderson (first team), her senior teammate
toward a degree—from freshman orienta- Alex Paffrath (third team), sophomore
tion right on through to graduation. volleyball libero Allison Fanta (third team)
Case in point: Over the past quarter and senior softball first baseman Sarah
century, nearly 94 percent of those Kabes (third team), all attained ESPN The Rookie winger Keegan Flaherty secured
student-athletes who participated in a Magazine Academic All-District V acclaim a spot on the UMD Athletic Academic
varsity sport for at least four years have this past season as well. Lemke, Wood Support Center Scholar List for main-
graduated. and Paffrath were also among eight UMD taining the highest cumulative grade
In 2009-10, 85 UMD student-athletes seniors (joining tracksters Ben Cook, Jodi point average (3.72) of any men’s hockey
secured Northern Sun Intercollegiate DeGrote, Nicole Heinks, Eric Olson and player during the 2009-10 school year.
Conference All-Academic honors
and 17 Bulldogs (10 men and seven
women) were named to the Western
Collegiate Hockey Association University of Minnesota Duluth
All-Academic Team. Of that group, CoSIDA Academic All-Americans
five (four men and one woman) •Nate Beerling (Cross Country&Track)
earned WCHA Scholar-Athlete – 2004-05 (First Team),
Status for maintaining a 3.50 grade – 2003-04 (Second Team)
point average or above. In addition, •Lindsey Dietz (Women’s Basketball)
the AASC, now in its 25th year – 2005-06 (First Team)
of operation, listed 227 student- – 2004-05 (First Team)
athletes(out of a possible 466) who – 2003-04 (Second Team)
turned in combined Fall and Spring •Heather Hamilton (Cross Country&Track)
Semester grade point averages – 2004-05 (First Team)
of 3.00 or better. A total of 113 of – 2003-04 (First Team)
those achieved GPAs of 3.50 or – 2002-03 (Third Team)
above in both semesters and a •Katie Huntley (Cross Country/Track)
school-record 55 finished at least – 1999-2000 (Third Team/Second Team)
one semester with a perfect 4.00 •Tobias Lemke (Football)
mark (six attained 4.00 GPAs in both – 2009-10 (First Team)
semesters). During the fall, women’s •Isaac Odim (Football)
cross country posted the best GPA – 2009-10 (First Team)
of any UMD team with a 3.38 mark •Riitta Schaublin (Ice Hockey/At Large)
while the soccer squad took top – 2006-07 (ThirdTeam)
honors in the spring, compiling a – 2005-06 (Second Team)
collective 3.60 figure. Additionally, Jeff Scissons •Jeff Scissons (Ice Hockey/At Large)
the combined GPA for all Bulldogs – 1999-2000 (First Team)
for the 2009-10 academic year was •Dan Shroyer (Track/At Large)
a school-best 3.01. – 1999-2000 (Third Team)
Individually, the trio of senior •Brandon Wood (Football)
Tobias Lemke (first team), junior – 2009-10 (Second Team)
Isaac Odim (first team) and senior

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The clock is winding down on the Du-
THE DULUTH ENTERTAINMENT AND CONVENTION CENTER
luth Entertainment and Convention Center,
which has proudly served as the Bulldogs’
home for the past 45 years, as the vener-
able bayside structure will give way to a new
$70 million, 6,732-seat arena a few hundred
feet away on Dec. 30, 2010
Located on the waterfront near Du-
luth’s famous Aerial Lift Bridge and Canal
Park, the “DECC” has become a college
hockey landmark. Built in 1966 at a cost
of $6.5 million, the Arena portion of the
complex houses a 190-by-85 foot hockey
rink with 5,294 cushioned theatre seats (all
with great sightlines) and six locker rooms,
including the recently-remodeled and spa-
cious $2 million facility now occupied by the
Bulldogs. The rink area, also used by the
UMD women’s hockey team, is extremely
versatile as it can quickly be converted into
a different “stage” allowing the DECC Arena
to hold many concerts, dinners, conven-
tions, and shows. The DECC was the site
of the highly-successful 2008 and 2003
Women’s NCAA I Frozen Fours and hosted
the NCAA I Men’s Hockey Championships A spacious lobby, where ticket sales The $30 million Convention Center,
in both 1968 and 1981. originate, separates the Arena from the which is the site of numerous social, busi-
Auditorium. The Auditorium plays host to ness and entertainment events, became
concerts, symphonies, plays, operas, high part of the DECC complex 12 years ago and
Bulldog Bit • • • school and college graduations, and a was expanded seven years later, while an
On March 19, 2004 UMD variety of other activities. OMNIMAX Theatre opened in the spring of
played before the largest crowd in In 1976, an addition was built -- Pio- 1996 and a 10-theatre complex in 2005.
school history (19,208) in its WCHA neer Hall and the Duluth Curling Club -- to An adjacent parking lot and ramp
Final Five semifinal clash with arch the existing Arena-Auditorium. Pioneer allows for plenty of close parking, and a
Minnesota at the Xcel Energy Center Hall, which the Bulldog use occasionally indoor skywalk system -- the Northwest
in St. Paul. for practice, contains a hockey rink with a Passage -- links the DECC to Duluth’s
seating capacity of about 900. downtown district.

YEAR-BY-YEAR DECC ATTENDANCE


Year GP Attend. Avg. W-L-T Pct Year GP Attend. Avg. W-L-T Pct
1966-67 16 61,798 3,862 8-8-0 .500 2001-02 20 80,702 4,035 9-11-0 .450
1967-68 14 40,919 2,923 1-13-0 .071 2002-03 22 88,872 4,040 11-8-3 .570
1968-69 16 48,292 3,018 5-11-0 .313 2003-04 20 93,800 4,690 15-5-0 .750
1969-70 17 83,492 4,912 10-7-0 .588 2004-05 19 94,821 4,991 7-8-4 .474
1970-71 19 96,708 5,090 11-7-1 .605 2005-06 18 89,271 4,960 4-13-1 .250
1971-72 19 89,398 4,705 10-8-1 .553 2006-07 18 80,229 4,457 8-8-2 .500
1972-73 17 75,562 4,445 10-7-0 .588 2007-08 17 79,092 4,652 6-6-5 .500
1973-74 20 87,095 4,355 16-4-0 .800 2008-09 17 76,246 4,485 10-4-3 .676
1974-75 17 76,919 4,524 4-11-2 .278 2009-10 22 99,277 4,513 14-8-0 .636
1975-76 20 87,560 4,378 11-9-0 .550 Totals 854 4,077,917 4,775 452-351-51 .559
1976-77 20 93,771 4,689 8-12-0 .400
1977-78 18 88,816 4,934 8-9-1 .472 Note: List does not include exhibition games
1978-79 22 113,979 5,181 14-6-2 .682
1979-80 17 85,513 5,030 8-9-0 .470 SINGLE-GAME ATTENDANCE HIGHS AT THE DECC
1980-81 20 101,852 5,059 12-7-1 .625 Attn. Opponent Date UMD-OPP
1981-82 20 95,831 4,792 11-8-1 .575 1. 6,158 Michigan Tech Feb. 2, 1974 3-5
1982-83 23 117,129 5,093 17-6-0 .739 2. 6,115 Minnesota Jan. 31, 1976 3-6
1983-84 25 132,908 5,316 16-7-2 .680 3. 5,941 Wisconsin Jan. 25, 1974 3-6
1984-85 28 157,257 5,616 24-2-2 .893 4. 5,899 Minnesota Feb. 2, 1973 2-3
1985-86 24 134,472 5,603 17-5-2 .750 5. 5,893 Minnesota Jan. 18, 1975 6-7
1986-87 20 109,385 5,469 8-11-1 .425 6. 5,861 Notre Dame March 2, 1973 2-8
1987-88 17 87,938 5,173 12-4-1 .735 7. 5,843 Minnesota Nov. 12, 1971 4-1
1988-89 21 106,392 5,066 11-9-1 .548 8. 5,809 Michigan Tech Jan. 13, 1973 7-6
1989-90 20 105,377 5,268 14-6-0 .700 9. 5,806 Minnesota Feb. 3, 1973 7-5
1990-91 20 105,174 5,259 9-8-3 .525 10. 5,792 Michigan Tech Feb. 22, 1974 6-3
1991-92 16 82,744 5,171 8-7-1 .531 11. 5,733 Michigan Jan. 7, 1972 9-3
1992-93 18 95,753 5,320 17-1-0 .945 12. 5,729 North Dakota Feb. 12, 1972 7-5
1993-94 20 102,709 5,135 8-9-3 .475 13. 5,706 Wisconsin Jan. 26, 1974 4-1
1994-95 19 93,964 4,945 9-8-2 .526 14. 5,700 Minnesota Nov. 19, 1966 8-1
1995-96 20 99,080 4,954 12-8-0 .600 15. 5,697 Denver Nov. 23, 1974 3-4
1996-97 20 96,386 4,819 13-6-1 .650
1997-98 23 106,645 4,637 12-10-1 .543 Note: Official sellout capacity at the DECC is now 5,503 (in-
1998-99 18 80,000 4,444 3-13-2 .222 cludes 200 standing room). It was 5,681 from 1976-77 to 1983-
1999-00 17 75,803 4,459 6-11-0 .353 84, 5,664 from 1984-85 to 1992-93, and 5,612 in 1993-94.
2000-01 20 78,986 3,949 5-13-2 .300

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Tradition and Success semesters or three quarters, or an overall

THE WESTERN COLLEGIATE HOCKEY ASSOCIATION


Founded in 1951, college hockey’s GPA of at least 3.50.
most historic conference – the Western An NHL Pipeline
Collegiate Hockey Association – proudly Since its founding in 1951, the WCHA
marks its 59th season of competition in has been a unmatched leader in producing
2010-11. And three overriding character- professional skaters. Just a few of the more
istics that have continued to define the than 400 past and present NHLr’s who have
WCHA throughout its seven decades of roots in the WCHA include the likes of Tony
play are history, tradition and success. Esposito, Glenn Anderson, Glenn ‘Chico’
Simply put, the WCHA has both developed Resch, Keith Magnuson, Red Berenson,
and maintained a tradition of excellence Bill Masterton, Lou Nanne, Curt Giles, Mark
that is second to none. Johnson, James Patrick, Shjon Podein,
National Championships Mike Richter and Brett Hull.Among the
No collegiate circuit – in any sport – current crop of former WCHA stars playing
can top the impressive list of national scale in the NHL are Dany Heatley, Paul Stastny,
accomplishments of the WCHA and its Zach Parise, Thomas Vanek, Ryan Malone,
member teams. Since 1951, teams repre- Jordan Leopold, Mason Raymond,Matt
senting the WCHA have claimed a record Carle, Joe Pavelski, Phil Kessel, David
36 NCAA Frozen Four (national) champion- Backes, Mark Stuart and Jonathan Toews.
ships, finished as the runner-up another 27 In 2009-10 alone, 87 WCHA-member team
times, and qualified for a semifnal berth in alumni saw on-ice action.
all but four of the last 58 Frozen Fours. Exposure
First-Class Educations The MacNaughton Cup, which is awarded In terms of exposure, more than 200
The 12 universities and colleges that to the WCHA’s regular season champion, WCHA games are televised annually, in-
make up the WCHA family are among the remains one of the most treasured and cluding all five games live from the annual
finest institutions of higher learning in the revered possessions in college hockey. Final Five by Fox Sports North..
country. They offer the very best in both The Tradition Continues
educational and athletic environments for into the national tournament, goes to the Under the guidance of longtime Commis-
the more than 300 student-athletes who championship team. sioner Bruce M. McLeod, the WCHA will
compete annually in the league. The 2011 Red Baron™ WCHA Final usher in a new and exciting era for the
The members of the men’s WCHA, Five, which will feature an exciting new 2010-11 season, with the addition of new
with student enrollments, are: University of format with six teams but still maintain men’s league members Bemidji State and
Alaska Anchorage (20,242), Bemidji State its traditional five-game format, is set for Nebraska at Omaha bringing the total num-
University (5,012), Colorado College March 17-19 at Xcel Energy Center. There ber of teams to 12. WCHA fans will be able
(2,034), University of Denver (11,644), will be two games played on Thursday to enjoy watching games at two all-new
Michigan Technological University (7,031), featuring the No.5 seeded team vs the No. facilities this season – the Bemidji Regional
University of Minnesota (51,659), University 4 seeded team and the No. 6 seed vs the Events Center and AMSOIL Arena in Duluth
of Minnesota Duluth (11,800), Minnesota No. 3 seed. The No. 1 and No. 2 seeded – as well as the Qwest Center in Omaha.
State University-Mankato (14,028), Uni- teams for the Final Five will receive byes
versity of Nebraska-Omaha (15,200), Uni- on Thursday. On Friday there will be two
versity of North Dakota (13,172), St. Cloud semi-final matchups, followed by Final Five
State University (17,686) and University of championship Saturday.
Wisconsin (42,099). The Hobey Baker Memorial Award
College Hockey’s Biggest Crowds Since the Hobey Baker Memorial
WCHA home attendance surpassed Award’s inaugural season in 1980-81, a
the 1.5 million mark for a record eighth record total of 14 WCHA players have
straight season in 2009-10 while the av- earned college hockey’s most prestigous
erage attendance per home game at the honor. Among those are no less than four
league’s member team arenas was 7,227. individuals who wore a UMD Bulldog uni-
In addition, the WCHA also surpassed the form -- Tom Kurvers (1983-84), Bill Watson
one million mark in home attendance for a (1984-85), Chris Marinucci (1993-94) and
record 17th straight season. Junior Lessard (2003-04).
In addition, seven current or future WCHA All-Americans, Scholar-Athletes
member teams ranked among the nation’s On the ice, over 330 WCHA players
top 10 schools in NCAA I men’s hockey have earned All-American honors over the
home attendance last winter. past 58 years, including more than three
The Red Baron™ WCHA Final Five dozen since 2004-05.
The conference’s annual playoff Off the ice, and in the most recent Bulldogs (left to right) Rob Bordson,
championship, known as the Red Baron ™ season of 2009-19 alone, a record 119
Brady Hjelle, Kenny Reiter and Kyle
WCHA Final Five, continues to be among conference combatants earned recogni-
Schmidt all were WCHA Scholar-Athlete
the most successful collegiate tournaments tion to the men’s All-WCHA Academic Award recipients in 2009-10.
in the country. Team while another 41 earned the most
Held at Xcel Energy Center in St. prestigious WCHA Scholar-Athlete Award. No question, the WCHA has it all.
Paul, Minn., the Red Baron™ WCHA Final WCHA Scholar-Athlete award honorees Great teams with great talent. Great rival-
Five has drawn in excess of 1.43 million must have a grade-point average of at ries. Great crowds. And a track record of
fans and averaged more than 13,000 fans least 3.50 (4.0 scale) for the previous two success – both on and off the ice – that is
per game since its inception second to none. With a
in 1987-88 – including a storied past that spans
record 88,900 in 2007, the six decades and marks
third highest total ever of its 58th season overall
86,855 in 2008, and 82,065 in 2009-10, the WCHA
in 2009. In 2010, the league continues to be defined
unveiled an all-new Broad- by its history, its tradition
moor Trophy, which along and its continuing suc-
with an automatic berth cess.

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When Scott Sandelin accepted his National Hockey League.
HEAD COACH SCOTT SANDELIN
first collegiate head coaching job with the Prior to officially becoming the Bull-
University of Minnesota Duluth shortly after dogs’ 12th head coach on March 31, 2000,
the new millennium, he had already earned Sandelin served with the University of North
a reputation as one of the profession’s more Dakota coaching staff the prior six years, in-
promising up-and-comers. It didn’t take cluding the last three as an associate head
long for him to live up to that billing in his coach. During his tenure in Grand Forks,
new surroundings. North Dakota laid claim to two NCAA titles
The 2003-04 Spencer Penrose Award (1996-97 and 1999-2000), three WCHA
winner as the American Hockey Coaches regular season championships (1996-99),
Association NCAA I Coach of the Year, two WCHA playoff crowns (1996-97 and
Sandelin, 46 (he was born on 8/8/64), has 1999-2000) and earned four straight berths
helped thrust the Bulldog program back in the NCAA tournament (1996-2000). His
into the national forefront. In his 10 winters primary responsibilities with the Fighting
behind the UMD bench, he has compiled Sioux included handling the team’s re-
an overall record of 166-190-46, including cruiting coordinator and academic advisor
a 44-30-1 mark the past two seasons. duties, and assisting with all aspects of
In 2008-09 his Bulldogs laid claim to the practice and game preparation.
WCHA playoff title (becoming, in the pro- Sandelin spent the 1993-94 season
cess, the first play-in game participant in Sandelin’s 2002-03 Bulldogs racked as the head coach of the Fargo-Moorhead
the 17-year history of the WCHA Final Five up their best overall mark (22-15-5) in a Junior Kings of the Junior Elite Hockey
to win it all) before advancing all the way decade while experiencing the greatest League after working in that same capac-
to the NCAA West Regional Final. Four one-year turnaround of any WCHA club. ity (and doubling as general manager) the
years earlier, the Bulldogs were named UMD ended that season as one of nation’s previous winter with the American Hockey
the preseason league favorite in the Grand hottest clubs, going unbeaten in 12 of its Association’s Fargo-Moorhead Express.
Forks Herald WCHA Coaches Poll for the final 16 games (11-4-1) and capturing third Born and raised in Hibbing, Minn.,
first time ever and, in mid-October of that place at the WCHA Final Five playoff cham- Sandelin capped off his four-year playing
year, occupied the No. 1 spot in a national pionship. One year earlier, he directed the career at North Dakota in 1985-86 by be-
poll (uscho.com/cstv and the USA Today/ Bulldogs to a 13-24-1 record in all games ing named one of 10 finalists for the Hobey
USA Hockey Magazine) for the first time -- nearly doubling the number of victories Baker Memorial Award. He captained the
in 15 years. Over the Christmas Holidays from the previous season (7-28-4). In ad- Fighting Sioux that season and also was an
that winter, Sandelin displayed his coach- dition to racking up its most goals in five All-WCHA first team pick and an NCAA I All-
ing wares on the international stage as the years, UMD also ranked fifth in the nation American second team selection. Named
head coach of Team USA at the 2004 World in power play scores (47) that season. North Dakota’s Most Valuable Player as
Junior Hockey Championships. In all, Sandelin has helped produce a senior after amassing a career-high 38
Sandelin turned UMD into a NCAA one Hobey Baker Memorial Award Win- points in 40 games, Sandelin went on to
Frozen Four participant for the first time in ner in Junior Lessard (2003-04), four All- play seven years of professional hockey,
nearly a generation in 2003-04 while shep- Americans, 15 All-WCHA selections and including NHL stints with the Montreal
herding the Bulldogs to their most victories 67 WCHA All-Academic Team honorees Canadiens (1986-88), Philadelphia Fly-
(they were 28-13-4 in all outings) and high- during his UMD tenure. In addition, 10 of ers (1990-91) and Minnesota North Stars
est WCHA finish (second place on a 19-7-2 his players have gone on to skate in the (1991-92). The second round pick of the
mark) since the 1992-93 season. UMD also
sported the nation’s second-highest scoring
team, and, during the course of the year, THE NUMBERS ON SANDELIN
pieced together a school-record 14-game
OVERALL WCHA
unbeaten streak. For his efforts, he was
YEAR W L T PCT W L T PCT PLACE
chosen the WCHA Coach of the Year as
2000-01 7 28 4 .231 3 22 3 .161 10th
well as the national coach of the year by
2001-02 13 24 3 .363 6 19 3 .268 9th
insidecollegehockey.com and uscho.com.
2002-03 22 15 5 .583 14 10 4 .571 5th
2003-04 28 13 4 .667 19 7 2 .714 2nd
2004-05 15 17 6 .474 11 13 4 .464 6th
2005-06 11 25 4 .325 6 19 3 .268 9th
2006-07 13 21 5 .397 8 16 4 .357 9th
2007-08 13 17 6 .444 9 14 5 .411 8th
2008-09 22 13 8 .604 10 11 7 .357 7th
2009-10 22 17 1 .562 16 11 1 .589 4th (T)
Totals 166 190 46 .470 102 142 36 .429

Sandelin, shown here with the Montreal


Canadians during the 1987-88 season, is
one of just two current WCHA coaches
who are National Hockey League alumni.

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Montreal Canadiens in the 1982 NHL draft the 1989 Goodwill Games, the 1986 World Wendy, and their children Ryan (11) and Katie

HEAD COACH SCOTT SANDELIN


(40th selection overall), he was credited Championships, and the 1984 World Junior (4).
with four assists in 25 lifetime NHL outings. Championships.
A nagging back injury forced him to retire Sandelin, who graduated from North
prematurely from the professional ranks fol- Dakota in 1986 with a bachelor’s degree in SANDELIN vs.
lowing the 1991-92 season. Sandelin, one marketing, is a past vice president of the THE COMPETITION
of two current WCHA coaches to do time American Hockey Coaches Association.
in the NHL, also skated for Team U.S.A. at He resides in Hermantown with his wife, Here is how Scott Sandelin has
fared against all opponents dur-
ing his UMD coaching career:
Team W L T
Alaska Anchorage 12 12 7
Bemidji State 11 9 0
Boston College 0 1 1
Bowling Green 3 0 0
Brown 1 1 0
Clarkson 2 0 0
Colgate 0 0 1
Colorado College 16 17 3
Cornell 0 0 1
Denver 13 23 3
Lake Superior State 1 0 2
Maine 1 0 0
UMass-Lowell 4 0 1
Mercyhurst 1 0 0
Merrimack 0 1 0
Miami 0 1 0
Michigan 1 0 0
Michigan State 1 1 0
Michigan Tech 18 14 6
Minnesota 15 17 3
MSU-Mankato 17 12 5
Nebraska-Omaha 1 0 0
New Hampshire 0 1 0
North Dakota 9 26 3
Northern Michigan 4 5 0
Notre Dame 1 2 2
Ohio State 0 1 0
Princeton 1 0 0
Providence College 0 0 0
RPI 3 1 0
St. Cloud State 12 24 1
Union College 3 0 1
Vermont 1 4 1
Western Michigan 2 0 0
Wisconsin 7 16 5
Yale 3 0 0
Note: 2010-11 opponents are in bold

SANDELIN MILESTONES
“There are three things
First Win - UMD 5, Michigan
Coach Sandelin demands of Tech 3 (Nov. 11, 2000)
his players: Work hard, play as 50th Win - UMD 5, Minnesota
a team, and expect to win.” State-Mankato 4 (Nov. 29, 2003)
BEAU GEISLER 100th Win - UMD 7, Alaska
2003-04 All-American Anchorage 4 (Dec. 2, 2006)

ALL-TIME BULLDOG COACHING RECORDS


(Overall) (Conference)
Coach W L T PCT W L T PCT
Frank Kovach (1930-32) 2 8 0 .200 2 2 0 .500
Joe Oven (1946-47) 11 6 1 .647 10 3 0 .769
Hank Jensen (1947-51) 19 9 1 .672 6 6 1 .500
Gordy Eddolls (1951-54) 21 17 0 .553 15 8 0 .652
Bob Boyat (1954-55) 9 8 0 .529 7 2 0 .777
Connie Pleban (1955-59) 56 25 5 .691 41 0 0 1.000
Ralph Romano (1959-68) 90 121 7 .431 30 49 2 .380
Bill Selman (1968-70) 19 38 1 .333 13 32 1 .289
Terry Shercliffe (1970-75) 82 92 7 .471 60 76 5 .441
Gus Hendrickson (1975-82) 110 146 11 .430 72 97 9 .426
Mike Sertich (1982-2000) 335 306 44 .521 250 245 38 .504 Mike Sertich
Scott Sandelin (2000- ) 166 190 46 .470 102 142 36 .429

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BULLDOG ASSISTANT COACHES

BRETT LARSON DEREK PLANTE BILL WATSON


Fourteen years after calling it a career A face new to the collegiate coaching Former two-time All-American and
as a UMD defenseman, Brett Larson re- ranks but certainly not to the UMD hockey Hobey Baker Memorial Award recipient
turned to his alma mater in 2008-09 to take program, Derek Plante began his duties as Bill Watson, a name synonymous with
on a new role -- assistant men’s hockey a Bulldog assistant coach this past June. UMD hockey, has lended his expertise as
coach. Plante, 39 (1/17/71), was a driving of- a Bulldogs’ volunteer assistant coach since
A Duluth native and 1991 graduate fensive force for the Bulldogs for four winters, the 2006-07 season.
of Denfeld High School, Larson skated a culminating with a senior year in which he Watson, 46 (3/30/64), put an excla-
regular shift for the Bulldogs for four sea- racked up an NCAA-leading 92 points --- mation point on a remarkable three-year
sons, racking up 24 goals and 43 assists still the second highest single-season total playing career in 1984-85 by becoming the
for 67 points in 133 games. He captained in team history -- for a school-record 2.49 first -- and only -- Bulldog to ever crack the
the Bulldogs during his senior year in 1994- points per game average. The Cloquet, Minn. 100-point plateau. He wound up the year
95 when he attained Western Collegiate product captained the Bulldogs to the 1992- with a then-NCAA record 109 points while
Hockey Association All-Academic Team 93 WCHA regular season title and a berth helping propel UMD to its second straight
recognition for a third straight time and in the NCAA Regionals and, in the process, NCAA Frozen Four appearance and WCHA
also landed the team’s Community Ser- was chosen as a Hobey Baker Memorial championship. The Powerview, Manitoba
vice Award. Larson, 38 (8/20/72) enjoyed Award finalist, a first team All-American, the native paced the WCHA in scoring for a
a breakout season the previous winter USA Hockey Male Athlete of the Year, and second straight season that year en route
when he finished with 28 points and nine the WCHA Player of the Year. In addition, to being chosen the league’s Most Valu-
power play goals en route to being named he was an All-WCHA first team selection as able Player. For his efforts, he was also
UMD’s Most Improved Player. That same a senior after receiving second team honors bestowed with the Hobey Baker Memorial
year he set a team record for fastest two the previous winter. Planted closed out his Award as the most outstanding player in
power play goals (12 seconds vs. Northern collegiate playing days with 219 points on 96 college hockey and received first team All-
Michigan University) which still stands. As goals and 123 assists in 138 outings which American honors for a second consecutive
a sophomore, Larson and the Bulldogs currently puts him in a tie for second place time. In 108 lifetime outings, Watson racked
captured the WCHA regular season title on UMD’s all-time scoring charts up 210 points for a 1.94 points per game
and advanced to the quarterfinal round of During his farewell season, he paced average -- the best figure ever turned in by
the NCAA playoffs. the Bulldogs in points for the third winter in a Bulldog. He also set club single-season
Larson, an 11th round pick of the a row en route to landing UMD’s Most Valu- records (all of which still stand) for assists
Detroit Red Wings in the 1990 National able Player Award an unprecedented third (60) and multiple-point nights (36) as well
Hockey League draft, went on to skate 12 consecutive time. A WCHA All-Academic as longest point-scoring streak (33 games).
years in the professional ranks, including Team honoree as a senior and the owner of A member of the UMD Athletic Hall
two (1999-2001) as a player-coach with the team records for most career game-winning of Fame (Class of 1997), Watson passed
San Diego Gulls of the now-defunct West goals (15) as well as most playoff assists (13) up his final year of collegiate eligibility to
Coast Hockey League. He also did time and playoff points (19) in one season (1992- skate with the National Hockey League’s
with the Colonial Hockey League’s Madison 93), Plante was chosen UMD’s Outstanding Chicago Blackhawks, who drafted him in
Monsters, the East Coast Hockey League’s Senior Male Athlete for 1992-93. Plante, who 1982 (fourth round, 70th selection overall).
Louisville Riverfrogs, and the International was a collegiate teammate of fellow UMD He played four seasons and 115 regular
Hockey League’s Utah Grizzlies, Las Vegas assistant coach Brett Larson from 1991-93, season games as a Blackhawk and in
Thunder and Long Beach Ice Dogs in addi- went on to enjoy an eight-year stint (1994- 1986-87 received the Emery-Edge Award
tion to spending another five years in Den- 2001) in the National Hockey League with for having the best plus-minus rating of any
mark, Germany and England. He wrapped Buffalo, Dallas where he won a Stanley Cup Chicago skater. Watson went on to serve
up his playing days in 2006-07 as a player/ in 1999, Chicago and Philadelphia, produc- as a student assistant coach at UMD during
assistant coach for the Florida Seals of the ing 96 goals and 152 assists for 248 points the 1989-90 season and as head coach
Southern Professional Hockey League in 450 regular season games. Selected by with the (Junior B) Northlands Voyageurs
before that Orlando-based franchise folded the Buffalo Sabres in the 1989 NHL draft (8th (1990-91) and the College of St. Scholas-
at mid season. During the spring of 2008, round, 161st pick overall), Plante also did tica (1991-95). From 1995-96 to 1997-98,
Larson coached Team RBK (AAA selects) time with the International Hockey League’s he was employed in an assistant coaching
in the Twin Cities metro area. Chicago Wolves (1999-2000) and Michigan capacity at Western Michigan University.
Larson, whose father, Bob (1968-69) K-Wings (1999-2000) and the American Watson, who earned a Bachelor of
and uncle, Ken (1971-72) both played for Hockey League’s Philadelphia Phantoms Arts degree in communication from UMD
the hockey Bulldogs, received his Bach- (2000-01) and skated with Team U.S.A. at in 1990, resides in Duluth with his wife and
elor’s degree in criminology from UMD in the IIHF World Championships on seven fellow UMD alum, Molly, and their three chil-
2004. He and his wife, Kelly, have one son occasions. He spent another seven seasons dren -- Anthony (17), Patrick (15) and Emily
-- Lane (1) -- and reside in Duluth. playing professionally in Europe and Japan (14). He currently is a field director for the
before retiring following the 2007-08 season. Northwestern Mutual Financial Network.
A 2009 UMD Athletic Hall of Fame
inductee, Plante, owns a B.A.S. degree in
.
community health from UMD. He and his
wife, Kristi (a former two-sport standout with
the Bulldogs) live in Hermantown with their
three sons -- Zam (6), Max (4) and Victor (2).

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BULLDOG HOCKEY STAFF
BLAKE PALMER CHRIS GARNER SUZ HOPPE CHRISTIAN KOELLING
STRENGTH AND EQUIPMENT ATHLETIC DIRECTOR OF
CONDITIONING COACH MANAGER TRAINER HOCKEY OPERATIONS
Making his debut with the Another valuable behind- The 2010-11 season will Christian Koelling took over
UMD hockey program this fall is the-scenes member of the mark Suz Hoppe’s seventh year as the Bulldogs’ director of hock-
strength and conditioning coach Bulldog puck staff, Chris Garner handling the hockey Bulldogs’ ey operations two years ago and
Blake Palmer, who spent the will embark on his third season athletic trainer responsibilities. is in charge of all video-related
past three years handling that as UMD’s hockey equipment Hoppe, 34 (8/4/75), who endeavors. That includes game
same role with the United States manager in 2010-11. is just the third athletic trainer breakdowns and pre-scouting
Hockey League’s Waterloo The Rochester, Minn. the hockey Bulldogs have em- opponents as well as oversee-
Blackhawks. native owns somewhat of an ployed since 1981-82, spent ing ice scheduling, making team
While working in Waterloo extensive resume, having spent her initial season at UMD travel arrangements and assist-
(where he doubled for two sea- one year serving as the head (2003-04) working with the ing the UMD coaching staff with
sons as the team’s equipment equipment manager with the women’s basketball, women’s various administrative duties.
manager), Palmer helped over Kalamazoo Wings of the United soccer and softball teams. Koelling, 28 (11/26/81), has
50 athletes realize their dream Hockey League, and another Prior to her arrival in the been active in the local hockey
of playing NCAA I hockey and season (2003-04) as an assis- Twin Ports, she served a two- scene the past decade, having
saw nine players get selected tant with the Minnesota Wild’s year stint as an assistant ath- spent three seasons serving as
in the National Hockey League American Hockey League affili- letic trainer at Gardner-Webb the head coach at Duluth Cen-
draft. He also spent two years as ate, the Houston Aeros. Garner University, an NCAA Division tral High School (2005-08) and
a strength & conditioning coach also was the head equipment I institution in Boiling Springs, five more coaching Duluth East
for the XL Sports Acceleration manager for the University of N.C. The 1999 University of youth teams.
Program (where he had the North Dakota’s women’s pro- Wisconsin-Eau Claire graduate Currently the District 11
opportunity to train current San gram during its inagural season (Bachelor of Science degree head coach for USA Hockey,
Jose Shark Joe Pavelski). His (2002-03) and prior to that, in kinesiology) also interned and president of the Dultuh
resume also includes a stint as honed his skills as the head at Florida Southern University Amatuer Hockey Association,
a graduate assistant strength student equipment manager in the spring of 1999 before Koelling graduated from UMD
and conditioning coach at the at St. Cloud State University heading north to Georgia and with a Bachelor of Business Ad-
University of Northern Iowa. between 1998-2002. Valdosta State University where ministration degree and a coach-
A native of Northwood, Garner, 32 (3/14/78), she attained a master’s of edu- ing minor in 2004. He played
Iowa, Palmer earned both his played four years of hockey cation degree in 2001. three years of varsity hockey
bachelor’s degree in exercise (1993-97) at Rochester Mayo Hoppe, a native of Durand, for Bloomington Jefferson High
science (2006) and his Master’s High School before moving Wis., who is currently pursuing School and paced the Jaguars in
Degree in exercise physiology on to St Cloud State where he a Doctor of Education degree scoring as a senior while leading
(2008) from Northern Iowa. He earned a Bachelor of Elective from UMD, resides in Duluth them to their second Minne-
is single and resides in Superior. Studies degree with an em- with her husband, James. sota State High School Class
phasis in sports management AA Tournament appearance in
in 2006. He is single and lives three years.
in Duluth. Koelling is single and
makes his home in Duluth.

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2010-11 University of Minnesota Duluth Roster
THE 2010-11 UMD ROSTER
No. Player Pos Hgt Wgt Yr S/C Birthdate Hometown (Previous Team/League)
2 Brady Lamb D 6-1 215 Jr R 8/15/88 Calgary, Alberta (Calgary Royals/AJHL)
4 Dylan Olsen D 6-2 220 So L 1/3/91 Calgary, Alberta (Camrose/AJHL)
5 Trent Palm D 6-1 195 Sr R 6/10/88 Edina, Minn. (U.S. National Under-18 Team)
6 Scott Kishel D 6-0 190 Jr L 4/21/89 Virginia, Minn. (Sioux Falls/USHL)
7 Kyle Schmidt W 5-10 175 Sr L 4/30/87 Hermantown, Minn. (Fairbanks/NAHL)
8 Drew Olson D 6-0 200 So L 4/4/90 Brainerd, Minn. (Omaha/USHL)
10 Dan DeLisle W 6-5 230 So L 9/24/90 Arden Hills, Minn. (Totino-Grace H.S.)
11 Travis Oleksuk C 6-0 200 Jr L 2/3/89 Thunder Bay, Ontario (Sioux City/USHL)
12 Jack Connolly (A) C 5-8 175 Jr L 8/15/89 Duluth, Minn. (Sioux Falls/USHL)
14 Keegan Flaherty C 6-0 190 So R 3/25/90 Duluth, Minn. (Fargo/USHL)
15 Jake Hendrickson W 5-10 180 So R 10/2/89 Savage, Minn. (Sioux City/USHL)
17 Mike Seidel W 5-10 185 So R 4/4/88 Darrien, Ill. (Cedar Rapids/USHL)
18 Joe Basaraba W 6-2 195 Fr R 5/2/92 Fort Frances, Ontario (Shattuck-St. Mary’s)
19 Max Tardy C 6-0 185 Fr L 10/27/90 Duluth, Minn (Tri-City/USHL)
20 Cody Danberg W 6-0 190 Sr L 3/5/87 Canwood, Saskatchewan (Nanaimo/BCHL)
21 Luke McManus D 6-1 190 Fr L 5/9/90 Apple Valley, Minn. (Tri-City/USHL)
22 Mike Connolly (A) W 5-9 180 Jr L 7/3/89 Calgary, Alberta (Camrose/AJHL)
23 J.T. Brown W 5-10 170 Fr L 7/2/90 Burnsville, Minn. (Waterloo,USHL)
24 Mike Montgomery (C) D 6-3 215 Sr R 10/3/86 Lino Lakes, Minn. (Southern Minnesota/NAHL)
25 Justin Faulk D 5-11 200 Fr R 3/20/92 South St. Paul, Minn. (U.S. National Under-18 Team)
26 Chad Huttel D 5-9 195 Sr R 12/5/88 Hermantown, Minn. (Hermantown H.S.)
27 David Grun W 6-1 200 Jr R 12/17/87 White Bear Lake, Minn. (Sioux Falls/USHL)
28 Wade Bergman D 5-9 170 So L 9/9/90 Calgary, Alberta (Olds/AJHL)
30 Christian Gaffy G 6-0 170 Fr L 10/14/91 Scandia, Minn. (Forest Lake H.S.)
31 Aaron Crandall G 6-1 190 Fr L 3/25/90 Lakeville, Minn. (Des Moines/USHL)
35 Kenny Reiter G 5-11 170 Jr L 11/24/86 Pittsburgh, Pa. (Fairbanks/NAHL)
37 Justin Fontaine W 5-10 175 Sr R 11/6/87 Bonnyville, Alberta (Bonnyville/AJHL)

Head Coach: Scott Sandelin


Assistant Coaches: Brett Larson, Derek Plante, Bill Watson
Athletic Trainer: Suz Hoppe Strength and Conditioning Coach: Blake Palmer
Equipment Manager: Chris Garner Director of Hockey Operations: Christian Koelling

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

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THE 2010-11 BULLDOGS
28 BERGMAN WADE

Defense • 5-9 • 170 • Sophomore • Calgary, Alberta

AS A BULLDOG: Made quite a splash -- particularly


over the course of the final three months of the
season -- as a collegiate newcomer and showed
he’s ready to figure prominently in the Bulldogs’
future blueline plans ... was the recipient of Jerry
Chumola Award as UMD’s Rookie of the Year after
closing 2009-10 with one goal and five assists and
ranking third on the in plus-minus rating (plus-4) ...
sat out four outings during the first half of the year
(two with a head injury and two more with the flu)
... racked up five of his six points, including his lone
goal to date (in a 6-3 win over Denver on Dec. 12)
last winter at the DECC. BEFORE UMD: Made
his hockey home in Olds, Alberta, for two seasons
(2007-08 and 2008-09) ... placed second among
Olds Grizzly defensemen in regular season scoring
in 2008-09 with 30 points on 10 goals and 20 assists
in 44 outings ... added another six points (two goals
and four assists) during the Grizzlies’ 15-game run
in the Alberta Junior Hockey League playoffs that
spring ... suited up for the South Division at the
2009 AJHL All-Star Game in Calgary where he was
a teammate of fellow UMD sophomore point man
Dylan Olsen ... was chosen the AJHL Rookie of the
Year the previous winter after finishing the regular
season as Olds’ top point producing blueliner (13
goals and 22 assists in 52 regular season outings)
... also took part in the AJHL All-Star Game that year
and was later voted to the AJHL South Division All-
Rookie Team ... is the third Grizzly alum to sign on
with the Bulldogs in recent years, joining left winger
Tyler Brosz (2001-05) and defenseman Jay Rosehill
(2004-05). PERSONAL: Born Wade Marten Berg-
man on Sept. 9, 1990 in Calgary, Alberta ...is the
son of Robert and Jill Bergman ... has three older
siblings -- Lynndy, Trenton, and Tasha ... graduated
from Bowness High School in 2008 ... is majoring in
business at UMD. BULLDOG MILESTONES: First
Game - vs. Northern Michigan (Oct. 11, 2009). First
Goal - vs. Denver (Dec. 12, 2009). First Assist - vs.
Clarkson (Oct. 31, 2009). Most Goals, Game 1 vs. THE NUMBERS ONON
BERGMAN
Denver (Dec. 12, 2009). Most Points, Game - 1 (6 Year
THE NUMBERS CZECH
GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW +/-
Times). Longest Scoring Streak - 2 Games (Jan. Year GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW +/-
2009-10 26 1 5 6 8-16 0 0 0 +4
29-30, 2010). 2002-03 42 3 10 13 20-40 1 0 1 +22
2003-04 44 3 9 12 25-50 2 0 0 +19
2004-05 38 3 10 13 25-50 0 0 0 +4
Totals 124 9 29 VS.
BERGMAN 38 THE
70-140 3
COMPETITION 0 1 +45
Team GP
CZECH G THE
VS. A COMPETITION
TP P-PM PP SH GW
Alaska
Team Anchorage GP 2 0
G 0
A 0 P-PM
TP 2-4 PP
0 0
SH 0
GW
Bemidji State
Alaska Anchorage 0
11 0 0
5 0
5 0-0
3-6 0 0 00
Clarkson
Bemidji State 1
6 0
1 1
0 1 0-0
2-4 0
1 0 00
Colorado College 5
9 0 1
0 1
0 0-0
2-4 0 0 0
Denver 2
11 1 0
1 1
2 1-2
9-18 0 0 0
Lake Superior
Michigan Tech State 12
0 0
4 0
6 0
10 0-0
3-6 0
2 0 00
Michigan
Minnesota Tech 3
10 0 1
3 1
3 0-0
7-14 0 0 0
Minnesota
MSU-Mankato 3
12 0
1 0
4 0
5 0-0
7-14 0 0 0
1
MSU-Mankato
North Dakota 2
12 0 0
1 0
1 1-2
6-12 0 0 0
0
North Dakota
St. Cloud State 4
13 0
1 0
3 0
4 1-2
7-14 0 0 00
Northern
Vermont Michigan 1 2 0 0 0 0-0
1-2 0 0 0
St. Cloud State
Wisconsin 0
10 0
1 0
3 0 0-0
4 11-22 0 0 00
Wisconsin 2 0 2 2 3-6 0 0 0

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THE 2010-11 BULLDOGS

12 CONNOLLY JACK

Center • 5-8 • 175 • Junior • Duluth, Minn.

AS A BULLDOG: Delivered an All-American perfor-


mance last winter and there is no reason not to expect
more of the same in 2010-11 ... was the 2010-11 WCHA
Presason Player of the Year by the league coaches ... is
UMD’s first returning All-American in 25 years .. will serve
as one of the Buldogs’ two assistant captains this year
... owned the fifth best overall points per game average
(1.23) of any WCHA combatant last season and finished
second in power play points (26) and fourth in assists
(31) en route to becoming the 23rd All-American (second
team) in program history .. attained All-WCHA first team
acclaim in addition to landing the 2009-10 Mike Seiler
Award UMD’s Most Valuable Player) ... paced the 2009-
10 Bulldogs in both scoring (a career-high 49 points), total
shots (137) and plus-minus rating (plus-8) ... won the
Stauber Brothers Fan Favorite Award as a sophomore
and also qualified for the WCHA All-Academic Team ...
was a model of scoring consistency last winter -- never
went more than one night without collecting a goal or
an assist ... has skated in all 83 games since signing
on with the Bulldogs two years ago .. was the league
coaches’ 2008-09 WCHA Preseason Co-Rookie of the
Year choice and didn’t disappoint, amassing 29 points
and a plus-8 rating in 43 outings while placing third on the
club in shots on goal (102) and fifth in goals (10,) assists
(19) and power play tallies (5) ... ... was a bit of a good
luck charm for the 2008-09 Bulldogs -- UMD was 15-3-
1 in games in which his name appeared in the scoring
summary ... attained WCHA Rookie of the Week acclaim
for his standout performance against Minnesota State-
Mankato in late January of that year (three goals and
two assists on the weekend). BEFORE UMD: Definitely
made the most of his one-year stay in the United States
Hockey League as evident by his selection as the 2007-
08 Junior Hockey Player of the Year by USA Hockey ...
landed the USHL Rookie of the Year Award and was both
an All-USHL First Team and All-Rookie Team honoree
after tying for the league lead in scoring with 72 points
(26 goals and 46 assists) ... was also a finalist for two
other league citations -- Player of the Year and Forward
of the Year ... was one of 53 invites who took part in the
U.S. National Junior evaluation camp in August 2008 in
THE NUMBERS ON JACK CONNOLLY
Year GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW +/-
Lake Placid, N.Y. ... is a 2007 graduate of Duluth’s Mar-
2008-09 43 10 19 29 18-47 5 0 2 +8
shall School ... paced the 2006-07 Hilltoppers in scoring
2009-10 40 18 31 49 18-47 7 1 2 +8
with 37 goals and 40 assists for 77 points in 31 games
Totals 83 28 50 78 36-94 12 1 4 +16
... was a member of the 2007 Minnesota State Class A
All-Tournament Team after helping lead the Hilltoppers JACK CONNOLLY VS. THE COMPETITION
to a second consecutive runner-up finish at the event ... Team GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW
earned All-Lake Superior Conference first team, Duluth Alaska Anchorage 6 2 4 6 3-6 0 0 0
News-Tribune All-Area second team and Associated Bemidji State 4 2 0 2 3-6 2 0 0
Press All-State honorable mention status as a senior ... Clarkson 2 2 2 4 0-0 0 0 1
starred on the pitch as well at Marshall and was the 2006 Colorado College 11 3 11 14 5-10 3 0 1
Duluth News Tribune’s All-Area Boys’ Soccer Player of Denver 7 3 1 4 3-6 1 0 0
the Year. PERSONAL: Born Jack Robert Connolly on Lake Superior State 2 1 2 3 0-0 0 1 0
Aug. 15, 1989 in Duluth, Minn. ... is the son of Mark and Michigan Tech 8 3 6 9 3-6 1 1 2
Judy Connolly ... has one older brother (Chris, a junior Minnesota 7 3 1 4 2-4 2 0 0
hockey forward at Boston University) ... is majoring in MSU-Mankato 6 5 7 12 1-2 2 0 1
communication at UMD. BULLDOG MILESTONES: North Dakota 8 0 5 5 4-19 0 0 0
First Game - at Lake Superior State (Oct. 10, 2008). Northern Michigan 2 1 0 1 2-15 0 0 0
First Goal - vs Western Michigan (Oct. 18, 2008). First St. Cloud State 6 0 6 6 2-4 0 0 0
Assist - vs Western Michigan (Oct. 18, 2008). Most Goals, Wisconsin 6 1 3 4 0-0 0 0 0
Game - 2 (6 Times). Most Points, Game - 3 (5 Times).
Longest Scoring Streak - 5 Games (March 5-March 14,
2010 and Dec. 12, 2009-Jan. 9, 2010).

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THE 2010-11 BULLDOGS
22 CONNOLLY MIKE

Wing • 5-9 • 180 • Junior • Calgary, Alberta

AS A BULLDOG: Dodged the dreaded sophomore


slump in a big way last winter and became just the sec-
ond Bulldog since Brett Hull (1984-86) to commence
his UMD career with back-to-back 40-point seasons
... has been entrusted with alternate team captaincy
duties with the 2001-11 Bulldogs .. established career
bests for goals (14), short handed tallies (two), game-
winners (five, including two clutch ones in overtime)
and shooting percentage (a team-best .184) last winter
while finishing in the No. 3 spot on the team points
charts ... also tied for third (with teammates Justin
Fontain and Jack Connolly) in the WCHA scoring
with 33 points in 28 league games .. gashed Michigan
Tech with a five-point night (one goal and four assists)
-- one point shy of the school single-game record
-- on Nov. 14, 2009 ... will head into 2010-11 as the
lone UMD skater to average a point a game or better
for his career ... earned plenty of ice time, points and
respect during a sensational debut year ... concluded
2008-09 with the second highest scoring harvest of any
NCAA newcomer -- 42 points (the most by a first-year
Bulldog since 2002-03 when Tim Stapleton paced the
entire cub with that same total) ... was named to the
WCHA All-Rookie Team as well as to the Inside College
Hockey Freshman All-American Team ... placed first
among his Bulldog teammates in plus-minus (plus-11)
and shooting percentage (.167), was second in assists
(29), and third in points and goals (13) ... made quite
a statement at both the WCHA Final Five and NCAA
West Regional, racking up four points (one goal and
three assists) at each event en route to receiving a pair
of All-Tournament Team honors ... pieced together a
nine-game scoring streak between Feb. 6 and March
13 and collected at least one point in 13 of the season’s
final 15 outings ... had two game-winning goals on the
year -- the most memorable coming in the Bulldogs’
one-for-the- ages comeback victory in overtime against
Princeton in the West Region opener on March 27 ...
figured in on three of UMD’s five goals in that thrilling
5-4 triumph. BEFORE UMD: Established himself as
one of the Alberta Junior Hockey League’s top offen-
sive threats during his two years (2006-08) with the
Camrose Kodiaks ... owned the best points per game
average (1.78) in the entire AJHL in 2007-08 ... was THE NUMBERS ON MIKE CONNOLLY
sidelined for over 40 percent of the 2007-08 regular Year GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW +/-
season with a knee injury, but still managed to place 2008-09 43 13 29 42 21-53 5 0 2 +11
third on the Kodiak regular scoring charts with 66 2009-10 38 14 26 40 12-24 5 2 5 0
points (25 goals and 41 assists) in 37 outings ... com- Totals 81 27 55 82 33-77 10 2 7 +11
pleted his junior career at the 2009 Royal Bank Cup
in Cornwall, Ontario, where he helped lead Camrose MIKE CONNOLLY VS. THE COMPETITION
to a second-place finish ... accumulated 18 goals and Team GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW
30 assists during the 2006-07 regular season, which Alaska Anchorage 6 0 5 5 3-6 0 0 0
was the fourth highest figure turned in by a Kodiak Bemidji State 4 1 2 3 2-4 0 0 0
... went on to rack up a league-leading 20 points for Clarkson 2 2 0 2 0-0 1 0 1
the AJHL playoff champion Kodiaks ... strutted his Colorado College 4 5 7 12 8-16 2 0 2
stuff with the South Team at the 2007 AJHL All-Star Denver 7 3 7 10 2-4 1 0 0
Game ... is a 2007 graduate of Bishop O’Bryne High Lake Superior State 1 0 1 1 0-0 0 0 0
School. PERSONAL: Born Michael Brian Connolly Michigan Tech 8 2 10 12 2-4 1 1 1
on July 3, 1989 in Calgary ... is the son of Dave and Minnesota 7 0 6 6 1-2 0 0 0
Debbie Connolly ... has one older brother (Sean) and
MSU-Mankato 6 4 4 8 3-6 1 1 1
one younger sister (Jessica) ... is majoring in business
North Dakota 8 1 3 4 4-8 0 0 0
at UMD. BULLDOG MILESTONES: First Game - at
Northern Michigan 1 0 2 2 0-0 0 0 0
Lake Superior State (Oct. 10, 2008). First Goal - vs
St. Cloud State 6 4 2 6 0-0 2 0 0
Western Michigan (Oct. 17, 2008). First Assist - at Lake
Wisconsin 6 2 2 4 6-23 0 0 0
Superior State (Oct. 10, 2008). Most Goals, Game -
2 vs. Denver (Feb. 6, 2009). Most Points, Game - 5
vs. Michigan Tech (Nov. 14, 2009). Longest Scoring
Streak - 9 Games (Feb. 6-March 13, 2009).
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THE 2010-11 BULLDOGS

31 CRANDALL AARON

Goalie • 6-1 • 190 • Freshman • Lakeville, Minn.

AS A BULLDOG: Settled in as UMD’s No. 3 goal-


tender last winter and saw no game-day puckstop-
ping activity ... did dress for each of the 22 home
engagements in 2010-11. BEFORE UMD: Protected
the goalmouth for a couple of United States Hockey
League franchises for two seasons before walk-
ing on at UMD ... appeared in a team-leading 34
games with the 2008-09 Des Moines Buccaneers
and posted a 7-12-10 record, a 5.06 goals against
average and a .856 saves percentage ... picked up
over half of his team’s wins last year (Des Moines
went 12-43-5 overall) ... made his USHL debut the
previous season in Green Bay and was 5-21-1 with
a 3.50 goals against average and a .882 saves
percentage in 32 outings with the Gamblers ... back-
stopped St. Thomas Academy to the Minnesota State
High School Class A Tournament title in 2006 as a
sophomore and was chosen to the All-Tournament
Team ... turned in a 1.51 goals against average and
rejected 93.5 percent of the shots the opposition sent
his way that season ... was a member of the 2007
USA Under 18 Select team ... left the Cadet program
following his junior year to join the USHL ranks ...
was a three-year starter for the Cadets. PERSONAL:
Born Aaron Jeffrey Crandall on March 25, 1990 in
Lakeville, Minn. ... is the son of Jeff and Lori Crandall
... his father tended goal for the Ohio State University
during the early 1980s ... has one younger brother
(Justin) ...graduated from St. Thomas Academy in
2008 ... is majoring in business at UMD.

THE NUMBERS ON CRANDALL


Year GP-GS MIN W-L-T GA AVG SVS SVS% SO
2009-10 0-0 00:00 0-0-0 0 0.00 0 .000 0


CRANDALL VS. THE COMPETITION
TEAM GP GS W-L-T MIN GA GAA SVS SVS% SO
Alaska Anchorage 0 0 0-0-0 00:00 0 0.00 0 .000 0
Bemidji State 0 0 0-0-0 00:00 0 0.00 0 .000 0
Clarkson 0 0 0-0-0 00:00 0 0.00 0 .000 0
Colorado College 0 0 0-0-0 00:00 0 0.00 0 .000 0
Denver 0 0 0-0-0 00:00 0 0.00 0 .000 0
Lake Superior State 0 0 0-0-0 00.00 0 0.00 0 .000 0
Michigan Tech 0 0 0-0-0 00:00 0 0.00 0 .000 0
Minnesota 0 0 0-0-0 00:00 0 0.00 0 .000 0
MSU-Mankato 0 0 0-0-0 00:00 0 0.00 0 .000 0
North Dakota 0 0 0-0-0 00:00 0 0.00 0 .000 0
Northern Michigan 0 0 0-0-0 00:00 0 0.00 0 .000 0
St. Cloud State 0 0 0-0-0 00:00 0 0.00 0 .000 0
Wisconsin 0 0 0-0-0 00:00 0 0.00 0 .000 0

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THE 2010-11 BULLDOGS
20 DANBERG CODY

Wing • 6-0 • 190 • Senior • Canwood, Saskatchewan

AS A BULLDOG: Has all intentions of going out with


a bang, but off-season knee surgery will push back
the start of his senior season by a few months ...
equalled a personal high for scoring last winter (two
goals and five assists), but mustered just one point
from Jan. 3 on -- a stretch of 21 games ... was one
of seven Bulldogs to see ice time in all 40 engage-
ments in 2009-10 ... scored once and helped set up
another score in UMD’s 4-3 triumph a arch-rival Min-
nesota last November ...all seven of his junior-year
points were a part of UMD victories .. wrapped up
his second collegiate season with four points on two
goals and two assists and was a career-high plus-four
in 26 outings ... registered three of those four points
in front of the DECC faithful ... . established himself
as a rookie on the rise in 2007-08 ... his statistical
printout that season included four goals and three
assists for seven points ... cracked the opening night
roster and proceeded to skate in 33 of UMD’s 36
games two years ago ... compiled the team’s second
best shooting percentage (.211) and the fifth-highest
plus-minus rating (plus-3) ... was the least penalized
of any 2007-08 Bulldog regular (two infractions for four
minutes) ... helped the Bulldogs erase a 3-1 deficit by
scoring twice (including 2:04 into overtime) en route to
downing Minnesota State-Mankato 4-3 at the DECC
on Jan. 11, 2008 ... donned the No. 21 jersey during
his first two years in the Bulldog program. BEFORE
UMD: Closed the books on his second year -- an
injury-plagued one -- of British Columbia Hockey
League competition in 2007-08 .... underwent shoul-
der surgery in December of that year, but returned to
the Nanaimo Clipper lineup for the BCHL Playoffs ...
still managed 19 regular season points (nine goals and
10 assists) for a respectable 1.19 points per outing
average ... helped lead the Clippers to the 2007 BCHL
playoff title -- chipped in with seven goals and 14 as-
sists -- the third best figure on the club -- in 23 BCHL
postseason assignments ... was forced to turn down
an invitation to play for Canada West at the inaugural
World Junior A Challenge last fall because of his ail- THE NUMBERS ON DANBERG
ing shoulder ... closed out his maiden BCHL season Year GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW +/-
manning the No. 7 spot on Nanaimo’s scoring charts 2007-08 33 4 3 7 2-4 0 0 1 +3
with 17 goals and 27 assists for 44 points while suiting 2008-09 26 2 2 4 6-23 0 0 0 +4
up in all 60 regular season games -- one of just two 2009-10 40 2 5 7 10-20 0 0 0 -3
Clippers to do so ... captained the Saskatoon Contacts Totals 99 8 10 18 18-47 0 0 1 +4
AAA Midgets to the 2004-05 Canadian national title DANBERG VS. THE COMPETITION
... was named the club’s Most Valuable Player at that Team GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW
event ... also did a brief stint six years ago with the Alaska Anchorage 7 1 0 1 2-4 0 0 0
Alberta Junior Hockey League’s Melfort Mustangs, Bemidji State 4 1 0 1 0-0 0 0 0
playing in four games and picking up a pair of goals. Clarkson 2 0 1 1 1-2 0 0 0
PERSONAL: Born Cody Ray Danberg on March 5, Colorado College 12 0 2 2 5-10 0 0 0
1987 in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan ... is the son Denver 10 1 2 3 0-0 0 0 0
of Stuart and Barb Danberg ... has two older broth- Lake Superior State 3 0 0 0 1-2 0 0 0
ers (Ryan and Kyle) ... is a 2005 graduate of Evan Michigan Tech 10 0 1 1 1-2 0 0 0
Hardy Collegiate School (Saskatoon, Saskatchewan) Minnesota 10 3 1 4 1-2 0 0 0
...is majoring in management at UMD. BULLDOG MSU-Mankato 9 2 1 3 1-2 0 0 0
MILESTONES: First Game - vs. Lake Superior State North Dakota 10 0 1 1 1-2 0 0 0
(Oct. 12, 2007). First Goal - vs. Bemidji State (Jan. 4, Northern Michigan 2 0 0 0 1-2 0 0 0
2008). First Assist - at Denver (Oct. 27, 2007). Most St. Cloud State 5 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
Goals, Game - 2 vs. Minnesota State-Mankato (Jan. Wisconsin 7 0 0 0 2-15 0 0 0
11, 2008). Most Points, Game - 2 at Minnesota (Nov.
20, 2009) and vs. Minnesota State-Mankato (Jan.
11, 2008). Longest Scoring Streak - 2 Games (Nov.
14-20, 2009 and Jan. 11-12, 2008).
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THE 2010-11 BULLDOGS

10 DeLISLE DAN

Wing • 6-5 • 230 • Sophomore • Arden Hills, Minn.

AS A BULLDOG: Is primed and ready to shoulder


a more expanded role as a sophomore after being
limited -- due in part to a late-season injury -- to 25
games one year ago ... picked up one point (an assist
against Minnesota State-Mankato in Oct. 17 at the
DECC) on the year ... banged up his knee at Michi-
gan Tech on Feb. 6 and subsequently made just one
more appearance (vs. North Dakota in the WCHA
Final Five opener) the rest of the way. BEFORE
UMD: Drew the curtain on a prosperous three-year
playing career at Totino-Grace High School in 2009
... placed first on the Eagles scoring charts in each
of his final two seasons, including 2008-09 when he
amassed 33 goals and 33 assists for 66 points in 28
games en route to being selected a Minnesota Mr.
Hockey finalist ... secured All-North Suburban Con-
ference status on three occasions and was a 2008-
09 Associated Press All-State honorable mention
honoree ... captained the Eagles as a senior ... set
a Totino-Grace High School single-season record
for points by sophomore (53) ... exited the Eagle
hockey program with 174 career points to his credit
... also was a two-time all-conference performer in
baseball (pitcher/first base) and in soccer as a prep
... backstopped the soccer Eagles to a third-place
finish at the 2006 Minnesota State High School
Class A Tournament ... was chosen in the third
round (89th pick overall) by the Chicago Blackhawks
in the 2009 National Hockey League Entry Draft ... is
the nephew of former Bulldog right winger and 1987-
88 team captain Joe DeLisle, who also wore No. 10
during his UMD career. PERSONAL: Born Daniel
Raymond DeLisle on Sept. 24, 1990 in Minneapolis
... is the son of Jeffery and Carolyn DeLisle ... has
one brother (Thomas) and two sisters (Emily and
Betsy) ... is an undeclared major at UMD. BULLDOG
MILESTONES: First Game - vs. Lake Superior State
(Oct. 9, 2009). First Assist - vs. Minnesota State-
Mankato (Oct. 17, 2009). Most Points, Game 1 - vs.
Minnesota State-Mankato (Oct. 17, 2009).
THE NUMBERS ON DeLISLE
Year GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW +/-
2009-10 25 0 1 1 12-24 0 0 0 -3

DeLISLE VS. THE COMPETITION


Team GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW
Alaska Anchorage 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
Bemidji State 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
Clarkson 2 0 0 0 2-4 0 0 0
Colorado College 3 0 0 0 2-4 0 0 0
Denver 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
Lake Superior State 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
Michigan Tech 3 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
Minnesota 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
MSU-Mankato 4 0 1 1 3-6 1 0 0
North Dakota 3 0 0 0 1-2 0 0 0
Northern Michigan 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
St. Cloud State 2 0 0 0 1-2 0 0 0
Wisconsin 2 0 0 0 2-4 0 0 0

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THE 2010-11 BULLDOGS
14 FLAHERTY KEEGAN

Wing/Center • 6-0 • 190 • Sophomore • Duluth, Minn.

AS A BULLDOG: Is one of 11 battle-tested forwards


UMD will have at its disposal in 2010-11 .. received
his collegiate indoctrination -- some 33 games worth
-- one year ago and made some encouraging strides
over the course of the season ... had three points
(all assists in three different road clashes) to his
name last winter ... accrued considerable time on
the UMD penalty killing unit as a rookie ...was the
men’s hockey representative on the UMD’s Athletic
Academic Support List for compiling the best grade
point average (3.72) of any Bulldog in the 2009-2010
season. BEFORE UMD: Came back to his old hockey
haunt -- the Duluth Entertainment and Convention
Center -- last fall after a two-year leave of absence in
the United States Hockey League ... wrapped up the
2008-09 regular season holding down the No. 8 posi-
tion on the Fargo Force scoring charts with 14 goals
and nine assists for 23 points while going a plus-12
in 47 games ... served as an assistant team captain
with the Force, who advanced all the way to the 2009
Clark Cup finals(USHL playoff championships) ... ac-
crued an ample amount of ice time on both their power
play and penalty killing units ... strutted his stuff at the
2009 USHL Prospects/All-Star Game as a member of
the West Division squad ... spent all of 2007-08 and
the 2008-09 preseason with the Green Bay Gamblers
before being acquired in a trade by the Force in late
September ... mustered four points -- all goals -- in 47
regular season games during his debut USHL season
.. helped lead the U.S. to a bronze medal at the 2007
World Junior A Challenge in Trail, British Columbia ...
bypassed his senior year at Duluth East High School
to enlist with the Gamblers ... skated a regular shift
for three seasons with the Duluth East Greyhounds
and also gained plenty of notice on the prep gridiron
where he was an all-conference defensive back. PER-
SONAL: Born Keegan Patrick Flaherty on March 25,
1990 in Duluth ... is the son of Pat and Dina Flaherty
(both UMD alums) ... has two younger brothers (twins
Connor and Caden) ... his great uncle, Vince Repesh,
was an assistant football coach with the Bulldogs for
18 years before stepping down following the 1999
THE NUMBERS ON FLAHERTY
Year GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW +/-
season ... graduated from Duluth East High School in
2009-10 33 0 3 3 8-16 0 0 0 -4
2008 ... is majoring in buisness at UMD. BULLDOG
MILESTONES: First Game - vs. Lake Superior
State (Oct. 9, 2009). First Assist - at St. Cloud State
(Oct. 23, 2009). Most Points, Game - 1 (3 Times). FLAHERTY VS. THE COMPETITION
Team GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW
Alaska Anchorage 2 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
Bemidji State 2 0 0 0 1-2 0 0 0
Clarkson 2 0 0 0 4-8 0 0 0
Colorado College 6 0 1 0 0-0 0 0 0
Denver 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
Lake Superior State 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
Michigan Tech 3 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
Minnesota 3 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
MSU-Mankato 4 0 0 0 1-2 0 0 0
North Dakota 3 0 1 1 1-2 0 0 0
Northern Michigan 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
St. Cloud State 2 0 1 1 1-2 0 0 0
Wisconsin 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0

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37 FONTAINE JUSTIN

Wing • 5-10 • 175 • Senior • Bonnyville, Alberta

AS A BULLDOG: Appears squarely on a crash course


with All-American stardom ... is a two-time All-WCHA
second team talent ... has amassed more points (94,
including 46 last season) over the past two years than
all but one WCHA combatant (St. Cloud State’s Garrett
Roe with 97) ... established a career-high for goals with
a team-leading 21 as a junior ... ranked third in the nation
in power play goals (13) and fifth in game winners (6)
... also came within a (two-point) whisker of capturing
the WCHA scoring title for the second straight year in
2009-10 ... gashed Michigan Tech for four goals -- the
most by a Bulldog in 11 years -- and added an assist
in an 8-1 rout of the Huskies on Nov. 14, 2009 .. calling
his sophomore season a breakthrough year would be
a gross understatement ... was second only to senior
MacGregor Sharp on the 2008-09 scoring charts that
winter ... his 48 points (15 goals and a team-leading 33
assists) were 36 more than his rookie season yield and
represented the second largest one-year improvement
by a Bulldog in 16 years ... finished first among his league
brethren in overall assists and power play points (27) and
second in scoring and power play goals (11) ... amassed
10 goals and 24 assists for 34 points in WCHA play as
a sophomore -- two points less than league scoring
champion Ryan Stoa of Minnesota ... managed at least
one point in all but one of UMD’s’ 19 regular season/
WCHA playoff series two years ago and never went
scoreless for more than two outings in a row all year ...
was a member of the 2009 Shillelagh All-Tournament
team and also earned WCHAAll-Academic Team honors
...led all first-year Bulldogs in scoring two years ago with
12 points on four goals and eight assists ... landed the
team’s Jerry Chumola Award (Rookie of the Year) for his
spirited play ... took part in 35 of a possible 36 games that
winter, bypassing the March 2 clash with North Dakota
as a healthy scratch ... rolled up more points on the road
(9) than any other 2007-08 Bulldog ... scattered his 12
points in 2007-08 over 12 different games ... engaged in
a fair amount of specialty teams activity as a freshman
and had two power play goals to show for it. BEFORE
UMD: Flexed a whole lot of offensive muscle around the THE NUMBERS ON FONTAINE
Alberta Junior Hockey League during his two years with Year GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW +/-
the Bonnyville Pontiacs ... reigned as the Pontiacs’ top 2007-08 35 4 8 12 4-8 2 0 1 -13
point-getter for the second consecutive season in 2006- 2008-09 43 15 33 48 9-18 11 0 2 +2
07 ... his 71 regular season points (30 goals and 41 as- 2009-10 39 21 25 46 11-22 13 0 6 +1
sists) were the eighth highest figure turned in by an AJHL Totals 117 40 66 106 24-48 26 0 9 -10
combatant while his 1.4 points per outing average was FONTAINE VS. THE COMPETITION
bettered by only one other league player ... captained Team GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW
Bonnyville in 2006-07 ... was a two-time AJHL All-Star Alaska Anchorage 8 4 5 9 1-2 4 0 0
Game participant ... became the first Pontiac product to Bemidji State 6 2 0 2 0-0 0 0 1
ever receive the AJHL Outstanding Rookie of the Year Clarkson 1 0 2 2 1-2 0 0 0
Award after leading all 2005-06 league newcomers in Colorado College 15 5 9 16 2-4 2 0 0
regular season scoring (and finishing fifth overall) with a Denver 11 0 8 8 2-4 0 0 0
team-leading 81 points. PERSONAL: Born Justin Carl Lake Superior State 3 2 1 3 1-2 2 0 0
Fontaine on Nov. 6, 1987 in Bonnyville, Alberta ... is the Michigan Tech 12 7 7 14 2-4 5 0 1
son of Denis Fontaine (a Bonnyville Pontiacs assistant Minnesota 11 2 5 7 0-0 0 0 1
coach) and Donna Dale ... is an only child ... graduated MSU-Mankato 10 5 8 13 3-6 4 0 2
from Bonnyville Centralized High School in 2005 ...is North Dakota 11 3 4 7 2-4 2 0 1
majoring in finance at UMD. BULLDOG MILESTONES: Northern Michigan 3 0 3 3 0-0 0 0 0
First Game - vs. Lake Superior State (Oct. 12, 2007). St. Cloud State 8 3 5 8 7-14 3 0 0
First Goal - at Colorado College (Nov. 9, 2007). First As- Wisconsin 8 2 2 4 1-2 0 0 1
sist - at Denver (Oct. 26, 2007). Most Goals, Game - 4
vs. Michigan Tech (Nov. 14, 2009). Most Points, Game
- 5 vs. Michigan Tech (Nov. 14, 2009. Longest Scoring
Streak - 7 Games (Dec. 6, 2008-Jan. 10, 2009).
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THE 2010-11 BULLDOGS
27 GRUN
DAVID

Wing • 6-1 • 200 • Junior • White Bear Lake, Minn.

AS A BULLDOG: Saw his stock soar with a pro-


ductive second half surge after sputtering out of
the gates one year ago ... didn’t notch his first col-
legiate point until Jan. 15 (a goal at Minnesota State
Mankato), but proceeded to rack up five goals and
five assists in the next 13 games ... took advantage
of the man advantage by scoring five times on the
power play as a sophomore ... also was credited with
one game winner in 2009-10 (the second of his two
goals at Alaska Anchorage on March 6) ... cobbled
together a nifty five-point scoring streak from Jan.
23 to Feb. 6 ... was a member of the 2009-10 WCHA
All-Academic Team ... got his first whiff of Division I
hockey -- albeit in a restricted capacity -- two years
ago ... played in three games as rookie, all in the
comfortable confines of the DECC and was held
pointless. BEFORE UMD: Became much more of
an offensive factor in his second go around with the
United States Hockey League’s Sioux Falls Stam-
pede in 2007-08 ... skated in all 60 regular season
Stampede games that winter and responded to that
ample ice exposure by collecting 16 goals and 26
assists for 42 points -- good enough for the No. 4
spot on the team’s scoring charts ... also pumped in
five power play goals and was a plus-3 to boot ... was
a 2007-08 puckmate of fellow Bulldog sophomores
Jack Connolly and Scott Kishel ... scored nine times
and assisted on six other regular season goals as
a USHL rookie ... added six more points during
Sioux Falls’ run to the Clark Cup title (USHL playoff
champion) ... began the year at Cedar Rapids before
relocating to Sioux Falls after the opening week of
play ...is a 2006 graduate of White Bear Lake High
School ... captained the Bears as both a junior and
senior and was an All-Suburban East Conference
and Associated Press All-State honoree both of
those years. PERSONAL: Born David Andrew Grun
on Dec. 17, 1987 in St. Paul, Minn. ... is the son of
Tom and Sue Grun ... has two sisters (Rachel and
Laura) ...is majoring in finance at UMD. BULLDOG
MILESTONES: First Game - vs. Western Michigan
(Oct. 18, 2008). First Goal - at Minnesota State- THE NUMBERS ON GRUN
Mankato (Jan. 15, 2010). First Assist - vs. Bemidji Year GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW +/-
State (Jan. 23, 2010). Most Goals, Game - 2 at 2008-09 3 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 -1
Alaska-Anchorage (March 6, 2010). Most Points, 2009-10 27 6 5 11 10-20 5 0 1 -2
Game - 2 (3 Times). Longest Scoring Streak - 5 Totals 30 6 5 11 10-20 5 0 1 -3
Games (Jan. 23-Feb. 6, 2010). GRUN VS. THE COMPETITION
Team GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW
Alaska Anchorage 2 2 0 2 1-2 2 0 1
Bemidji State 3 0 2 2 1-2 0 0 0
Clarkson 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
Colorado College 5 0 0 0 2-4 0 0 0
Denver 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
Lake Superior State 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
Michigan Tech 2 1 1 2 1-2 1 0 0
Minnesota 2 1 0 1 1-2 0 0 0
MSU-Mankato 3 1 0 1 3-6 1 0 0
North Dakota 3 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
Northern Michigan 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
St. Cloud State 2 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
Wisconsin 3 1 2 3 1-2 0 0 0

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THE 2010-11 BULLDOGS

15 HENDRICKSON
JAKE

Wing • 5-10 • 180 • Sophomore • Savage, Minn.

AS A BULLDOG: Found playing time and oppor-


tunities somewhat hard to come by last season,
but that could all change in 2010-1 ... his rookie
year statistical summary showed one goal (at North
Dakota on Feb. 19) and one assist (in his first game
as a Bulldog vs. Northern Michigan) in 21 games
... split that playing time nearly evenly between the
DECC (11 outings) and the road (10). BEFORE
UMD: Engaged in one season of United States
Hockey League warfare before signing on with the
Bulldogs ... suited up in 50 regular season games
for the Sioux City Musketeers in 2008-09 and had
16 points (four goals and 12 assists) to show for it
... starred for three years at Burnsville High School
-- established a Blaze single-season record for
goals (26) and points (71) as a junior and helped
Burnsville secure its first Minnesota Class AA State
Tournament berth in 16 years ... paced the Blaze in
assists (31) the ensuing year and finished second on
the team scoring charts (47 points) ... was a 2007-08
Associated Press All-State selection and a two-time
All-Lake Conference pick (2006-07 and 2007-08).
PERSONAL: Born Jacob Robert Hendrickson on
Oct. 2, 1989 in Shakopee, Minn. ... is the son of
Bob and Lisa Hendrickson ... has one older sister
(Jessie) and one younger brother (Luke) ... is major-
ing in mechanical engineering at UMD. BULLDOG
MILESTONES: First Game - vs. Northern Michigan
(Oct. 11, 2009). First Goal - at North Dakota (Feb. 19,
2010). First Assist - vs. Northern Michigan (Oct. 11,
2009). Most Goals, Game 1 at North Dakota (Feb.
19, 2010). Most Points, Game - 1 at North Dakota
(Feb. 19, 2010) and vs. Northern Michigan (Oct. 11,
2009). Longest Scoring Streak - 1 Game (2 Times).

THE NUMBERS ON HENDRICKSON


Year GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW +/-
2009-10 21 1 1 2 2-4 0 0 0 -3

HENDRICKSON VS. THE COMPETITION


Team GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW
Alaska Anchorage 1 0 0 0 1-2 0 0 0
Bemidji State 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
Clarkson 2 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
Colorado College 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
Denver 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
Lake Superior State 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
Michigan Tech 2 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
Minnesota 3 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
MSU-Mankato 3 0 0 0 1-2 0 0 0
North Dakota 2 1 0 1 0-0 0 0 0
Northern Michigan 1 0 1 1 0-0 0 0 0
St. Cloud State 2 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
Wisconsin 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0

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THE 2010-11 BULLDOGS
26 HUTTEL
CHAD

Defense • 5-9 • 195 • Senior • Hermantown, Minn.

AS A BULLDOG: His return for a fourth year of


combat should solidify what may be one of the
best collective defensive corps in the WCHA ... has
produced a positive plus-minus rating in each of
his three seasons to date -- the only UMD senior to
do so .. his career plus-14 mark is second only to
Jack Connolly’s plus-16 among Bulldogs heading
into the 2010-11 season ... came away with two
points (a goal at Bemidji Sate on Jan. 23 and an
assist vs. Mercyhurst College three weeks earlier)
while patrolling the blueline in a personal-best 31
engagements ... bypassed four games last year
while nursing a pair of injuries (head and ankle) ...
is a two-time WCHA All-Academic Team honoree ...
set up shop at the right point in 27 games two years
ago, including all seven WCHA and NCAA playoff
contests ... contributed a career-high four points
(all assists) to the UMD scoring coffers in 2008-09
and was a plus-4 in the plus-minus department ...
showed as a freshman that a player’s value can
not always be measured by statistics alone .... was
bestowed with the Mike Sertich Award as UMD’s
Most Improved Player that season after collecting
one goal and one assist while finishing a plus-5 (the
fourth-best figure among Bulldogs) on the season ...
made his UMD puck debut on Nov. 17, 2008 against
Michigan Tech and corralled his initial collegiate
point (an assist) one week later at North Dakota ...
never finished with a negative plus-minus rating in
any 2007-08 outing. BEFORE UMD: Didn’t have to
venture far for his post-secondary puck education
-- came to UMD fresh off a rewarding hockey career
at nearby Hermantown High School ... handled
the team captaincy duties for a Hermantown club
which went unbeaten (29-0-2) and skated off with
the 2007 Minnesota Class A crown ... set a Hawk
single-season record for defensemen with 55 points
which included 20 goals and 35 assists ... snared a
spot on the 2007 Minnesota State All-Tournament
Team and was the recipient of the Herb Brooks
Award for Class A participants at that event ... was a THE NUMBERS ON HUTTEL
member of the St. Paul Pioneer Press All-State, the Year GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW +/-
Duluth News-Tribune All-Area and All-Lake Superior 2007-08 16 1 1 2 3-6 0 0 0 +5
Conference first teams as a senior ... also received 2008-09 27 0 4 4 17-42 0 0 0 +4
Associated Press All-State honorable mention status 2009-10 31 1 1 2 22-71 0 0 0 +5
... stationed himself on the Hawk blueline for three Totals 74 2 6 8 42-119 0 0 0 +14
seasons and accumulated 112 points during that HUTTEL VS. THE COMPETITION
time ... was a track (sprinter) and football (halfback Team GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW
and middle linebacker) standout at Hermantown Alaska Anchorage 2 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
High School as well. PERSONAL: Born Chad David Bemidji State 3 1 0 1 0-0 0 0 0
Huttel on Dec. 5, 1988 in Duluth ... is the son of David Clarkson 2 0 0 0 1-2 0 0 0
and Terri Huttel ... has one younger brother (Grant) Colorado College 12 0 0 0 13-45 0 0 0
...is majoring in exercise science at UMD. BULLDOG Denver 6 0 1 1 1-2 0 0 0
MILESTONES: First Game - vs. Michigan Tech Lake Superior State 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
(Nov. 17, 2007). First Goal - at Michigan Tech (Feb. Michigan Tech 6 1 0 1 2-4 0 0 0
15, 2008). First Assist - at North Dakota (Nov. 24, Minnesota 10 0 2 2 4-8 0 0 0
2007). Most Goals, Game - 1 at Bemidji State (Jan. MSU-Mankato 8 0 1 1 5-18 0 0 0
23, 2010) and Michigan Tech (Feb. 15, 2008). Most North Dakota 8 0 1 1 2-4 0 0 0
Points, Game - 1 (8 Times). Longest Scoring Streak Northern Michigan 1 0 0 0 2-4 0 0 0
- 1 Game (8 Times). St. Cloud State 6 0 0 0 7-22 0 0 0
Wisconsin 2 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0

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THE 2010-11 BULLDOGS

6 KISHEL
SCOTT

Defense • 6-0 • 190 • Junior • Virginia, Minn.

AS A BULLDOG: Benefitted greatly from another


year of collegiate seasoning in 2009-10 and now
appears primed for a breakthrough year ... his
sophomore scoring portfolio included eight points
(all assists) in 28 games ... was a plus-2 to boot ...
rang in the New Year by cobbling a three-game scor-
ing streak between Jan. 3-8 ... was put in dry dock
for four outings last winter due to a pair of injuries
(head and ankle) ... is still in search of goal No. 1 as
a Bulldog ... cut his collegiate teeth in 2008-09 as a
reserve defenseman ... assisted on one goal each
night in UMD’s sweep of visiting Bemidji State (Jan.
26-27) for his lone two points that year and finished
a respectable plus-4 in his 12 outings . BEFORE
UMD: Made his 2007-08 hockey home in Sioux Falls,
S.D. ... generated three goals and 11 assists for the
Stampede of the United States Hockey League ...
skated in all but three of Sioux Falls’ 60 regular sea-
son engagements in 2008-09 ... is a 2007 graduate
of Virginia High School ... was a three-year fixture on
the Virginia-Mountain Iron-Buhl blueline ... contrib-
uted a career-high 48 points (14 and 34 assists) to
the Blue Devils’ offensive cause in his farewell prep
season ... was a two-time member of the Associ-
ated Press All-State Team (honorable mention) ...
earned Duluth News-Tribune All-Area second team
recognition as a senior ... served as a team captain
in 2006-07 ... played with former Bulldog defense-
man and current Dallas Star Matt Niskanen during
his sophomore season at Virginia-MIB ... also was a
standout on the prep baseball diamond (pitcher, first
base and outfield) and football fields (quarterback
and safety) ... received Virginia High School’s Athlete
of the Year Award for 2006-07 ... was selected in the
seventh round (192nd pick overall) by the Montreal
Canadiens in the 2007 National Hockey League
draft. PERSONAL: Born Scott William Kishel on
April 21, 1989 in Virginia, Minn. ... is the son of Bill
and Cathy Kishel ... has one younger sister (Emma)
... is majoring in mathematics at UMD. BULLDOG
MILESTONES: First Game - at Northern Michigan THE NUMBERS ON KISHEL
(Oct. 11, 2008). First Assist - vs. Bemidji State (Jan. Year GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW +/-
26, 2009). Most Points, Game - 1 (8 Times) Longest 2008-09 12 0 2 2 1-2 0 0 0 +4
Scoring Streak - 3 Games (Jan. 2-8, 2010). 2009-10 28 0 8 8 7-14 0 0 0 +2
Totals 30 0 10 10 8-16 0 0 0 +6

KISHEL VS. THE COMPETITION


Team GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW
Alaska Anchorage 3 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
Bemidji State 4 0 2 2 0-0 0 0 0
Clarkson 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
Colorado College 5 0 1 1 1-2 0 0 0
Denver 3 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
Lake Superior State 1 0 1 1 3-6 0 0 0
Michigan Tech 4 0 3 3 0-0 0 0 0
Minnesota 1 0 1 1 0-0 0 0 0
MSU-Mankato 4 0 0 0 1-2 0 0 0
North Dakota 4 0 0 0 2-4 0 0 0
Northern Michigan 2 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
St. Cloud State 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
Wisconsin 5 0 0 0 1-2 0 0 0

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THE 2010-11 BULLDOGS
2 LAMB BRADY

Defense • 6-1 • 215 • Junior • Calgary, Alberta

AS A BULLDOG: Took a substantial leap forward


as a sophomore, yet still was perhaps the WCHA’s
most unheralded blueliner .. placed second only to
Wisconsin’s Brendan Smith in goals (11) among
league defensemen last winter and also reached
career highs for assists (13), points, shots (120 - the
third most of any Bulldog) and games played (40)
... did a sizable chunk of his scoring damage on the
power play, collecting six goals and 11 assists while
UMD had the man advantage ... picked up one of
the team’s four shorthanded tallies in 2009-10 ..
scored twice and added a helper in UMD’s 8-1 home
triumph over Michigan Tech on Nov. 14, 2009 and
registered his second three-point evening as col-
legian on March 14 against Colorado College in the
opening round of the 2010 WCHA playoffs ... spent
parts of the last two summers at NHL development
camps (with the Boston Bruins in 2009 and the
Pittsburgh Penguins last July)...gave the Bulldogs
plenty of reason of be optimistic about their future
blueline situation with a spirited stretch-run effort in
2008-09 ... held down a full-time point position the
entire postseason and pumped in his only rookie
year goal during that time -- against Princeton in
the semifinal round of the NCAA West Regional at
Mariucci Arena in Minneapolis on March 27 ... was
credited with an assist in a Jan. 24 home clash with
Minnesota State-Mankato for his only other point as
a freshman ... was called into action in just under
half (21) of the Bulldogs’ 43 games two winters
ago. BEFORE UMD: Held the title as the Alberta
Junior Hockey League’s Outstanding Defenseman
Award winner for 2007-08 ... put the wraps on his
third season with the Calgary Royals that winter by
setting career highs for points (32, good for second
place on the team’s scoring charts), goals (10) and
assists (22) while skating in 58 regular games ...
ranked fifth among all AJHL blueliners in regular
season points en route to receiving the W.G. Scott
Memorial Trophy as that league’s most outstanding
defenseman ... captained the Royals during his final THE NUMBERS ON LAMB
year of competition ... took part in the 2008 AJHL Year GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW +/-
All-Star game and was a member of the South 2008-09 21 1 1 2 5-13 0 0 0 +7
Division Top Prospects Team the previous season 2009-10 40 11 13 24 26-55 6 1 0 -5
... was chosen the Royals’ Most Valuable Player in Totals 61 12 14 26 31-68 6 1 0 +2
2007-08 ... racked up 12 regular season points as
a rookie with Calgary in 2005-06 and finished with LAMB VS. THE COMPETITION
eight goals and 18 assists in 47 outings the following Team GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW
year ... is a 2006 graduate of William Aberhart High Alaska Anchorage 4 1 2 3 0-0 0 0 0
School. PERSONAL: Born Brady Earl Lamb on Aug. Bemidji State 4 0 0 0 2-4 0 0 0
15, 1988 in Calgary, Alberta ... is the son of Marvin Clarkson 2 1 1 2 1-2 1 0 0
and Darcy Lamb ... has two sisters (Stacey and Me- Colorado College 9 2 5 7 2-4 1 0 0
gan) ... is majoring in business at UMD. BULLDOG Denver 5 0 0 0 3-6 0 0 0
MILESTONES: First Game - at Lake Superior State Lake Superior State 2 0 0 0 1-2 0 0 0
(Oct. 10, 2008). First Goal - vs. Princeton (March Michigan Tech 5 2 2 4 0-0 1 0 0
27, 2009). First Assist - vs Minnesota State-Mankato Minnesota 5 1 1 2 1-5 1 0 0
(Jan. 24, 2009). Most Goals, Game - 2 vs. Michigan MSU-Mankato 4 1 2 3 4-8 1 0 0
Tech (Nov. 14, 2009). Most Points, Game - 3 (vs. North Dakota 7 0 0 0 7-17 0 0 0
Colorado College (March 14, 2010) and Michigan Northern Michigan 1 0 0 0 1-2 0 0 0
Tech (Nov. 14, 2009). Longest Scoring Streak - 4 St. Cloud State 3 1 0 1 5-10 0 0 0
Games (Feb. 26-March 6, 2010). Wisconsin 5 1 0 1 3-6 1 0 0

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THE 2010-11 BULLDOGS

24 MONTGOMERY MIKE

Defense • 6-3 • 215 • Senior • Lino Lakes, Minn.

AS A BULLDOG: Has been bequeathed with the


privilege of donning the captain’s “C” for the 68th
edition of UMD hockey -- an honor he certainly has
earned ... ramped things up a notch or two on the of-
fensive end of the ice as a junior and had the numbers
to prove it ... ended the year possessing the second
best scoring harvest of any Bulldog defenseman (a
career-high 17 points on two goals and 15 assists)
... scored his two goals exactly one week apart (Nov.
14 vs. Michigan Tech and the game-winner in a 3-2
triumph at Minnesota on Nov. 21) ... a change of
scenery in 2008-09 did wonders for both his game
and future hockey prospects ... was relocated from
right wing back to the blueline and went on to bag two
goals and eight assists while appearing in 42 games
(a shoulder injury sidelined him or the Oct. 18 home
clash with Western Michigan) ... was the recipient of
the Mike Sertich Award as UMD’s Most Improved
Player ... ranked second among 2008-09 Bulldogs
in plus-minus rating (plus-10) ... tallied for the first
time as a collegian on the power play in a 7-4 triumph
over Minnesota State-Mankato a the DECC on Jan.
23, 2009 ... was paired with All-WCHA second team-
mer Josh Meyers for the majority of his sophomore
season ... paid his dues as a reserve forward three
years ago ... played in just nine games in all and
managed one point on the year (an assist in the Nov.
23 clash with North Dakota). BEFORE UMD: Was
winding down year two with the Southern Minnesota
Express in 2006-07 when UMD came a calling ...
joined the Owatonna-based North American Hockey
League club for its inaugural season of play the year
prior and went on to establish a franchise record for
career games played (145) ... received the Southern
Minnesota’s Best Offensive Player Award in 2005-06
after accumulating 44 points (20 goals and 24 assists)
-- good for the No. 4 spot on the Express scoring
charts ... was the lone member of the Express to skate
a shift in all 62 regular season games in 2006-07 ...
added three more goals and seven assists during his
final junior season while helping lead Southern Minne- THE NUMBERS ON MONTGOMERY
sota to a third-place showing at the Robertson Cup ... Year GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW +/-
topped the 2005-06 Express in power play goals with 2007-08 9 0 1 1 0-0 0 0 0 0
10 ... is a 2005 graduate of Centennial High School ... 2008-09 42 2 8 10 10-20 1 0 0 +10
spent four seasons in the Cougar hockey program ... 2009-10 40 2 15 17 8-16 0 0 1 -4
was a two-time All-Northwest Suburban Conference Totals 91 4 24 28 18-36 1 0 1 +6
honoree (2003-04 and 2004-05) and served as an MONTGOMERY VS. THE COMPETITION
alternate team captain during his farewell season Team GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW
with the Cougars ... scored the game-wining goal in Alaska Anchorage 6 0 1 1 1-2 0 0 0
Centennial’s 1-0 victory over Moorhead in the title Bemidji State 5 0 2 2 2-4 0 0 0
game of the 2004 Minnesota State High School Class Clarkson 2 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
AA Tournament ... also lettered once in football as a Colorado College 13 0 5 5 3-6 0 0 0
prep (tight end). PERSONAL: Born Michael Robert Denver 7 0 6 6 2-4 0 0 0
Montgomery on Oct. 3, 1986 in Maplewood, Minn. ... Lake Superior State 2 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
is the son of Bob and Brenda Montgomery .... has two Michigan Tech 9 1 0 1 1-2 0 0 0
younger siblings -- brother Derek and sister Kelsey Minnesota 7 1 3 4 0-0 0 0 1
... is majoring in finance at UMD. BULLDOG MILE- MSU-Mankato 7 1 3 4 4-8 1 0 0
STONES: First Game - at Colorado College (Nov. North Dakota 10 1 1 2 2-4 0 0 0
9, 2007). First Goal - vs. Minnesota State-Mankato Northern Michigan 2 0 1 1 1-2 0 0 0
(Jan. 24, 2009)First Assist - at North Dakota (Nov. 23, St. Cloud State 6 0 0 0 1-2 0 0 0
2007). Most Goals, Game - 1 (4 Times). Most Points, Wisconsin 8 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
Game - 2 vs. Minnesota (Feb. 27, 2010) and Denver
(Dec. 11, 2009). Longest Scoring Streak - 4 Games
(Dec. 11, 2009-Jan. 3, 2010).

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THE 2010-11 BULLDOGS
11 OLEKSUK
TRAVIS

Center • 6-0 • 200 • Junior • Thunder Bay, Ontario

AS A BULLDOG: Shifted his game into overdrive


last season which resulted in a 19-point spike from
his rookie year ... shared the No. 6 spot (with defen-
seman Brady Lamb) on the team’s scoring list with
10 goals and 14 goals for 24 points in 33 games ...
five power play goals, two-game winners (including
one in overtime at Minnesota on Nov. 20) and a
five-game scoring streak were some of his other sta-
tistical highlights from 2009-10 ... sprained his right
knee in the 2009-10 season opener against Lake
Superior State, which put him out of commission for
the next three weekends ... was a late bloomer of
sorts two years ago ... came on strong during UMD’s
historical post-season run in 2008-09 -- didn’t com-
pletely secure a regular playing spot until the start
of March, but then made the most of it ... collected
four points -- all assists -- in the final six outings of
the year ... set up a pair of scores in a 3-1 win at
Colorado College on March 14 while helping UMD
clinch its first-round WCHA playoff series with the
Tigers ... took part in 19 games in all as a rookie and
had five points to show for it ... skated at left wing for
14 of those outings and the remainder at center ...
wore No. 13 as a freshman and No. 21 last winter.
BEFORE UMD: Spent two seasons enhancing his
game with the United States Hockey League’s Sioux
City Musketeers prior to his arrival on the UMD cam-
pus ... racked up the fourth-highest scoring total on
the club (44 points on 14 goals and 30 assists -- all
career highs -- in 60 games) during the 2007-08
regular season ... over a third of those points (three
goals and 12 assists) were registered on the power
play ... closed out his USHL debut year with six goals
and 16 assists in 56 regular season assignments ...
is a 2007 graduate Sioux City North High School.
PERSONAL: Born Travis John Oleksuk on Feb. 3,
1989 in Thunder Bay, Ontario ... is the son of Bill
and Shelly Oleksuk ... his father was a standout left
winger for the Bulldogs from 1978-82 and held the
UMD record for most goals in a season by a fresh-
man (30) before a fellow by the name of Brett Hull THE NUMBERS ON OLEKSUK
came along and shattered the mark six years later Year GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW +/-
... has one younger brother (Ryan) ... is majoring in 2008-09 18 0 5 5 5-10 0 0 0 -2
business at UMD. BULLDOG MILESTONES: First 2009-10 33 10 14 24 8-24 5 0 2 +1
Game - at Northern Michigan (Oct. 11, 2008). First Totals 51 10 19 29 13-34 5 0 2 -1
Goal - at Colorado College (Nov. 6, 2009). First
Assist - vs. Bemidji State (Jan. 16, 2009). Most OLEKSUK VS. THE COMPETITION
Goals, Game - 1 (10 Times). Most Points, Game - 2 Team GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW
(5 Times). Longest Scoring Streak - 5 Games (Dec. Alaska Anchorage 4 1 0 1 4-16 1 0 0
12, 2009- Jan. 9, 2010). Bemidji State 4 1 2 3 1-2 1 0 0
Clarkson 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
Colorado College 9 2 6 8 3-6 1 0 0
Denver 3 1 2 3 0-0 0 0 0
Lake Superior State 1 0 1 1 0-0 0 0 0
Michigan Tech 5 0 4 4 1-2 0 0 0
Minnesota 5 2 1 3 1-2 1 0 1
MSU-Mankato 2 0 1 1 0-0 0 0 0
North Dakota 7 1 1 2 1-2 0 0 0
Northern Michigan 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
St. Cloud State 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
Wisconsin 3 0 0 0 1-2 0 0 0

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THE 2010-11 BULLDOGS

4 OLSEN DYLAN

Defense • 6-2 • 220 • Sophomore • Calgary, Alberta

AS A BULLDOG: Took a backseat to no UMD new-


comer in the point production department last winter,
but has the tools to be an even bigger contributor to
the UMD scoring coffers ... scored once and assisted
on 10 other goals during his debut year in a Bulldog
uniform ... collected nine of those points in the first
eight weekends of 2009-10 ... finished a plus-3 on the
year -- the fourth best figure registered by a Bulldog
... cracked the opening night roster last year and
proceeded to skate in 36 of 40 games ... was laid up
for a couple of early-season contests with the flu and
missed another assignment (vs. Denver on Dec. 12)
while attending Canada’s National Junior Selection
Camp in Regina, Saskatchewan ... was paired with
alternate team captain Mike Montgomery for all but
six of his outings last fall. BEFORE UMD: Seldom
was his name mentioned in the Alberta Junior
Hockey League circles without the word “impact” in
the same sentence ... is the latest in a classy line of
Camrose Kodiak products who have continued their
education at UMD, following the likes of junior Mike
Connolly, and former Bulldogs Mason Raymond,
MacGregor Sharp, Matt McKnight and Evan Oberg ...
finished second among 2008-09 Kodiak defensemen
in scoring (and was fourth on the team overall) with
29 points in 57 regular season outings en route to
landing a spot on the South Division All-Star Team ....
was also one of nine finalists for the Royal Bank Cup
Canadian Junior Hockey Player of the Year Award in
2008-09 ... served as a Camrose team captain last
season ... laced up his skates for the South Division
at the 2009 AJHL All-Star Game, for Canada West at
the 2008 World Junior A Challenge, and for Canada
at the 2009 IIHF World Under-18 Championship (he
was the only Junior A player on the Canadian roster)
... made his AJHL debut in 2007-08 and wound up
with eight goals and 16 assists for 24 points during
the regular season before helping Camrose place
second at the Royal Bank Cup (Canadian Junior
A Championships) later that spring ... received the
Kodiak’s Rookie of the Year award that season...
THE NUMBERS ON OLSEN
became just the third Bulldog to ever be snapped
Year GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW +/-
up in the first round of the National Hockey League
2009-10 36 1 10 11 19-49 0 0 1 +3
Entry Draft in 2009 when the Chicago Blackhawks

made him the 28th selection overall. PERSONAL:
Born Dylan D. Olsen on Jan. 3, 1991 (making him the
youngest member of the 2009-10 Bulldogs) in Salt OLSEN VS. THE COMPETITION
Lake City, Utah ... is the son of Darryl and Chrissy Team GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW
Olsen ... his father was a regular on the Northern Alaska Anchorage 2 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
Michigan University blue line for four years (1985-89) Bemidji State 2 0 1 1 0-0 0 0 0
... has three younger brothers (Dalton, Gunnar, and Clarkson 1 0 1 1 0-0 0 0 0
Sam) and one younger sister (Mykaela) ... graduated Colorado College 7 0 3 3 6-20 0 0 0
from Camrose Composite/Battle River Online in 2009 Denver 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
... is an undeclared major at UMD. BULLDOG MILE- Lake Superior State 1 0 1 0 0-0 0 0 0
STONES: First Game - vs. Lake Superior State (Oct. Michigan Tech 4 0 0 0 2-4 0 0 0
9, 2009). First Goal - at Minnesota State-Mankato Minnesota 4 0 2 2 1-2 0 0 0
(Jan. 15, 2010). First Assist - vs. Lake Superior State MSU-Mankato 4 1 1 2 3-6 0 0 1
(Oct. 9, 2009). Most Goals, Game 1 at Minnesota North Dakota 4 0 1 1 2-4 0 0 0
State-Mankato (Jan. 15, 2010). Most Points, Game Northern Michigan 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
- 2 at Minnesota (Nov. 21, 2009) and at Colorado St. Cloud State 1 0 0 0 1-5 0 0 0
College (Nov. 7, 2009). Longest Scoring Streak - 3 Wisconsin 2 0 0 0 2-4 0 0 0
Games (Oct. 30-Nov. 7, 2009).

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THE 2010-11 BULLDOGS
8 DREW
OLSON
Defense • 6-0 • 200 • Sophomore • Brainerd, Minn.

AS A BULLDOG: Was a promising addition to the


Bulldogs defensive corps last winter, making an al-
most seamless transition to big-time hockey ... had
a pair of his assists (against Clarkson on Oct. 30 and
North Dakota on Feb. 19) to his 2009-10 credit ....
was a healthy scratch for four games one year ago
and bypassed UMD’s home series with Colorado
College in early January while recovering from a
shoulder injury. BEFORE UMD: Deftly manned
the point for one year with the Omaha Lancers of
the United States Hockey League before migrating
to UMD ... completed the 2008-09 regular season
with eight points on two goals and six assists in 39
games and was a plus-3 to boot ... missed a size-
able portion of the year while nursing a leg injury ...
was a three-year puck standout at Brainerd High
School where he landed All-Central Lakes Confer-
ence recognition on a pair of occasions (2006-07
and 2007-08) in addition to being named a finalist
for the Minnesota Mr. Hockey Award as a senior in
2007-08 ... also was an Associated Press All-State
second team honoree that season after collecting
20 goals and 16 assists in 27 outings ... played one
year of football (linebacker) and baseball (outfielder)
with the Warriors as well ... was selected in the fourth
round (118th pick overall) by the Columbus Blue
Jackets in the 2008 NHL Entry Draft. PERSONAL:
Born Drew Andy Olson on April 4, 1990 in Brainerd,
Minn. ... is the son of Ty and Lisa Olson ... has two
sisters (Paige and Hollsey) ... is majoring in business
at UMD. BULLDOG MILESTONES: First Game - at
Lake Superior State (Oct. 9, 2009). First Assist - vs.
Clarkson (Oct. 30, 2009). Most Points, Game - vs.
1 at North Dakota on Feb. 19, 2010 and Clarkson
(Oct. 30, 2009). Longest Scoring Streak - 1 Game
(Two Times).

THE NUMBERS ON OLSON


Year GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW +/-
2009-10 34 0 2 2 6-12 0 0 0 -5

OLSON VS. THE COMPETITION


Team GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW
Alaska Anchorage 2 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
Bemidji State 2 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
Clarkson 2 0 1 1 1-2 0 0 0
Colorado College 5 0 0 0 1-2 0 0 0
Denver 2 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
Lake Superior State 1 0 0 0 1-2 0 0 0
Michigan Tech 4 0 0 0 1-2 0 0 0
Minnesota 4 0 0 0 1-2 0 0 0
MSU-Mankato 2 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
North Dakota 5 0 1 1 0-0 0 0 0
Northern Michigan 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
St. Cloud State 2 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
Wisconsin 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0

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THE 2010-11 BULLDOGS

5 PALM
TRENT

Defense • 6-1 • 195 • Senior • Edina, Minn.

AS A BULLDOG: Is back for a fifth year of service


with Bulldogs after being granted a medical hardship
for his injury-shortened 2009-10 season .. has battled a
nagging hip problem the past two seasons, impeding a
promising collegiate career and limiting him to less than
three dozen appearances over that period of time ...
bagged one assist while logging just three games worth
of ice time one year ago, all coming in a two-week span
(vs. Minnesota State-Mankato on Oct. 16 and St. Cloud
State on Oct. 23-24) ... concluded the previous year
with six points -- all assists -- in 28 outings and was a
personal-best plus-5 ... took his last shift of 2008-09 in
the regular season finale against Alaska Anchorage ...
did all of his scoring that winter against WCHA competi-
tion ... sported No. 5 as a sophomore and freshman
before switching to the less traditional No. 54 sweater
for 2008-09, but went back to his original choice last
season ... made sizable inroads in his offensive game
in 2007-08 -- experienced a ten-fold increase in his
scoring output from the previous winter and was one of
just four UMD veterans who set career highs for points
... racked up two goals and eight assists in 34 games
overall ... christened the 2007-08 season in noteworthy
fashion by scoring once and assisting on another goal
in UMD’s 2-2 home tie with Lake Superior State on Oct.
12 ... was a WCHA Scholar-Athlete Award honoree in
2007-08 and a member of the league’s All-Academic
Team ... matured into a trusty commodity with the
Bulldogs’ rearguard battalion four years ago ... was
a co-winner of the Mike Sertich Award (UMD’s Most
Improved Player) in 2006-07, sharing the honor with
senior netminder Josh Johnson ... skated in 32 of the
team’s 39 games, including 31 of the last 32 outings
... registered his lone rookie-year point (a power play
goal) in the Bulldogs’ 6-4 win at Northern Michigan
on Nov. 15, 2006 ... joined 44 other select players at
the U.S. National Junior Evaluation Camp in August
2006. BEFORE UMD: Became the first U.S. National
Under-18 Team product to sign on with the Bulldog
hockey program ... manned the blueline for that Ann THE NUMBERS ON PALM
Arbor, Mich.-based club which captured the gold medal Year GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW +/-
at the 2006 International Ice Hockey Federation World 2006-07 32 1 0 1 15-30 1 0 0 -13
Under 18- Championship ... wound up with 10 points, 2007-08 34 2 8 10 15-41 0 0 0 -10
which included eight assists, in 59 games in 2005-06 2008-09 28 0 6 6 20-40 0 0 0 +5
... gave Bulldog fans a sneak preview into the future 2009-10 3 0 1 1 2-4 0 0 0 +0
on Jan. 7, 2006 when he and his U.S. Under-18 Totals 97 3 15 18 52-115 1 0 0 -18
teammates stopped by the DECC for an exhibition
engagement (a 6-3 UMD win) .... played 63 games for PALM VS. THE COMPETITION
Team GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW
the U.S. National Under-17 Team the previous year, Alaska Anchorage 10 0 0 0 1-2 0 0 0
racking up 11 goals and 12 assists for 23 points ... is a Bemidji State 4 0 0 0 8-27 0 0 0
2006 graduate of Ann Arbor’s Pioneer High School ... Clarkson 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
attended and played hockey for Shattuck-St. Mary’s Colorado College 8 0 1 1 6-12 0 0 0
(Faribault, Minn.) as both a ninth and 10th grader. Denver 8 0 1 1 4-8 0 0 0
PERSONAL: Born Trent Gregory Palm on June 10, Lake Superior State 3 1 1 2 1-2 0 0 0
1988 in Edina ... is the son of Mike and Shannon Palm Michigan Tech 12 1 3 4 9-18 0 0 0
... is one of four boys in the Palm clan (joining older Minnesota 6 0 1 1 1-2 0 0 0
brother Mike and younger twins Chris and Ryan) ... is MSU-Mankato 7 0 1 1 0-0 0 0 0
majoring in management at UMD. BULLDOG MILE- North Dakota 8 0 1 1 6-12 0 0 0
STONES: First Game - vs. Denver (Oct. 28, 2006). Northern Michigan 4 1 0 1 2-4 1 0 0
First Goal - at Northern Michigan (Nov. 15, 2006). Most St. Cloud State 14 0 4 4 9-16 0 0 0
Goals, Game - 1 at Northern Michigan (Nov. 15, 2006). Wisconsin 6 0 0 0 1-2 0 0 0
Most Points, Game - 2 vs Lake Superior State (Oct. 12,
2007). Longest Scoring Streak - 2 Games (Feb. 7-Feb.
20, 2009 and Feb.15-Feb. 16, 2008).

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THE 2010-11 BULLDOGS
35 REITER KENNY

Goalie • 5-10 • 170 • Junior • Pittsburgh, Pa.

AS A BULLDOG: Was one of college hockey’s feel-


good stories of 2009-10 ... persevered after basically
two full seasons of inactivity to ultimately become a
a player in the WCHA goaltending circles ... posted
numbers which ranked among the best in the WCHA
such as a 2.36 overall goals against average (fourth
best), a .912 saves percentage (sixth), a .565 win-
ning percentage (fifth) and three shut outs (tied for
second) ... appeared in 25 games, 23 as a starter
and had a 13-10-0 record to show for it ... became
just the fourth Bulldog ever to blank an opponent in
the WCHA playoffs by rejecting all 25 shots Colorado
College sent his way in a 4-0 whitewash on March
14) ... made a career-high 47 saves --the most
by a Bulldog in a non-overtime game in 11 years
-- at Wisconsin on Jan. 29 ... was named a WCHA
Scholar-Athlete Award recipient for the second year
in a row last winter and also qualified for his second
straight WCHA All-Academic Team honor ... did not
receive any netminding assignments two years ago
while lining up behind All-American ironman Alex
Stalock and rookie Brady Hjelle ... suited up in two
away engagements (St. Cloud State on Jan. 9-10)
and all 17 home outings that year ... wound up be-
ing redshirted as a first-year freshman in 2007-08
... made his lone showing that winter in UMD’s 2-1
exhibition loss to the U.S. National Under-18 Team
(Dec. 14) ... finished with 21 saves that night at
the DECC in 59:11 of work ... wore No. 1 prior to
switching to No. 35 in 2009-10. BEFORE UMD:
His pre-NCAA I preparation included three years of
North American Hockey League training ... began
2006-07 in St. Louis, where he posted nine wins in
his first 13 appearances, before a mid-season trade
sent him to Fairbanks ... placed second among all
NAHL goalies in saves percentage (.926) during the
regular season while his 2.69 goals against mark
ranked eighth ... compiled a 22-7-4 record with two
shutouts in 34 regular season assignments ... called
Cleveland home the previous winter and was 16-9-4
with a Baron-leading 2.39 goals against average and THE NUMBERS ON REITER
a .923 saves percentage ... made his NAHL debut in Year GP-GS MIN W-L-T GA AVG SVS SVS% SO
2004-05 with the Texarkana Bandits. PERSONAL: 2008-09 0-0 000:00 0-0-0 0 0.00 0 .000 0
Born Kenneth Joseph Reiter on Nov. 24, 1986 in 2009-10 25-23 1370:08 13-10-0 54 2.36 558 .912 3
Pittsburgh ... is the son of Kevin Sr. and Marjorie Totals 25-23 1370:08 13-10-0 54 2.36 558 .912 3
Reiter ... has two older siblings -- sister Melany and
brother Kevin Jr., who guarded the goal crease for REITER VS. THE COMPETITION
four seasons (2001-04) at the University of Alaska TEAM GP GS W-L-T MIN GA GAA SVS SVS% SO
Anchorage ... is a 2005 graduate of Texas High Alaska Anchorage 1 1 1-0-0 60:00 3 3.00 24 .899 0
School (Texarkana, Texas)... is the first Pennsylvania Bemidji State 1 1 0-1-0 51:05 4 4.70 20 .833 0
native to enlist his services with the Bulldog puck Clarkson 1 1 1-0-0 60:00 1 1.00 16 .941 0
program ...is majoring in finance at UMD. BULLDOG Colorado College 6 6 5-1-0 364:52 12 1.97 135 .918 1
MILESTONES: First Game- vs. Northern Michigan Denver 0 0 0-0-0 0:00 0 0.00 0 .000 0
(Oct. 11, 2009). First Start - vs. Northern Michigan Lake Superior State 0 0 0-0-0 0:00 0 0.00 0 .000 0
(Oct. 11, 2009). Most Saves, Game - 47 vs. Wiscon- Michigan Tech 3 3 1-2-0 177:30 7 2.37 57 .891 0
sin (Jan. 29, 2010). Fewest Saves Game - 16 vs. Minnesota 1 1 1-0-0 64:48 3 2.78 26 .897 0
Michigan Tech (Nov. 13, 2009) and Clarkson (Oct. MSU-Mankato 2 2 2-0-0 123:43 4 1.94 51 .927 0
30, 2009). Most Goals Allowed, Game - 4 (4 Times). North Dakota 4 4 0-4-0 182:17 11 3.62 86 .887 0
Northern Michigan 1 1 0-1-0 59:43 3 3.01 32 .914 0
St. Cloud State 1 0 0-0-0 18:40 0 0.00 4 1.000 0
Wisconsin 2 2 1-1-0 119:40 4 2.01 75 .949 1

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THE 2010-11 BULLDOGS

7 SCHMIDT KYLE

THE 2007-2008 BULLDOGS


Wing • 5-10 • 175 • Senior • Hermantown, Minn.

AS A BULLDOG: Continued his progression as a


steadying influence on the UMD front lines as a junior
and quadrupled his scoring production from 2008-
09 in the process (despite bypassing eight outings
with a shoulder injury) ... contributed 13 points to
the Bulldog cause last winter and placed fifth on the
club in goals (11) and third in game-winners (three)
... spread his 11 goals over 11 different games last
winter with all 11 coming in even strength situations
(only seven WCHA skaters had more of that variety) ...
has also left quite an imprint in the classroom during
his collegiate career ... was bestowed with a WCHA
Scholar-Athlete Award, attained WCHA All-Academic
Team honors for the third straight year last season ...
had two goals and one assist to his 2008-09 credit
and collected one of the team’s five shorthanded
tallies ... skated in 29 outings as a sophomore ...
responded to a healthy dose of ice exposure three
years ago (31 games worth) by accumulating eight
points on two goals and six assists ... helped set up a
pair of scores in sparking UMD to a 4-3 overtime victory
against visiting Minnesota State-Mankato on Jan. 11,
2008 ... recorded four of his eight rookie-year points
at the expense of those same Mavericks ... manned
each of the three forward positions at some point in
2007-08 -- right wing (15 outings), left wing (nine) and
center (seven) ...wore No. 11 during his first three
winters with the Bulldogs. BEFORE UMD: Returned
to the Northland in 2007 following a two-year spell with
the North American Hockey League's Fairbanks Ice
Dogs ... reigned as the NAHL’s 2006-07 goal-scoring
leader ... pumped in 46 goals, including a league-best
11 on the power play, in 62 regular season games that
year ... wound up sixth on the league's point charts
(79) as well ... was a member of the 2006-07 NAHL
All-League first team ... competed with the Ice Dogs
in the 2007 Robertson Cup competition (NAHL playoff
championships) ... furnished the Ice Dogs with 11 goals
and four assists during his rookie season ... is a 2005
graduate of Hermantown High School where he was a
puckmate of current Bulldog senior defenseman Chad THE NUMBERS ON SCHMIDT
Huttel ... lettered three years with the hockey Hawks Year GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW +/-
and paced his teammates in scoring (49 points) as 2007-08 31 2 6 8 4-8 0 0 0 0
a senior ... finished his career with 76 goals and 136 2008-09 29 2 1 3 2-4 0 1 0 -1
points in addition to posting an monster plus-minus 2009-10 32 11 2 13 13-34 0 0 3 -3
rating of plus-94 ... was also a standout sprinter/ Totals 92 15 9 24 19-46 0 1 3 -4
middle distance runner at Hermantown and was part SCHMIDT VS. THE COMPETITION
of the Minnesota Class A state record-holding 4 x 100 GP
Team G A TP P-PM PP SH GW
and 4 x 200 relay teams ... secured All-Lake Superior Alaska Anchorage 4 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
Conference cross country acclaim on four occasions Bemidji State 3 0 1 1 0-0 0 0 0
... ... voted Hermantown Athlete of the Year for 2004- Clarkson 2 0 0 0 1-2 0 0 0
05. PERSONAL: Born Kyle Brandon Schmidt on Colorado College 12 6 0 6 2-4 0 0 2
April 30, 1987 in Duluth ... is the son of Bob and Kris Denver 9 1 1 2 0-0 0 0 1
Schmidt ... has one brother, Ryan, a former hockey Lake Superior State 3 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
letterman at the University of Wisconsin-Superior ... Michigan Tech 8 0 0 0 3-6 0 0 0
his uncle, Brian Thun, played catcher for the UMD Minnesota 10 1 0 1 1-2 0 0 0
baseball team during the mid-1980s ... is majoring in MSU-Mankato 7 0 4 4 3-6 0 0 0
statistics and actuarial science at UMD. BULLDOG North Dakota 11 3 1 4 2-4 0 0 0
MILESTONES: First Game - vs. Lake Superior State Northern Michigan 2 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
(Oct. 12, 2007). First Goal - at North Dakota (Nov. St. Cloud State 8 2 1 3 3-14 0 0 0
23, 2007). First Assist - at Minnesota State-Mankato Wisconsin 6 0 0 0 1-2 0 0 0
(Nov. 30, 2007). Most Goals, Game - 1 (15 Times).
Most Points, Game - 2 (3 Times). Longest Scoring
Streak - 3 Games (Nov. 21-Dec. 5).
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THE 2010-11 BULLDOGS
17 SEIDEL MIKE

Wing • 5-10 • 185 • Sophomore • Darien, Ill.

AS A BULLDOG: Turned out be a source of instant


assistance at the right wing position last winter ..
topped all Bulldog rookie forwards in scoring with
10 points on five goals and five assists ... hit his
stride one month into year and assembled a 2009-10
Bulldog-best four-game goal scoring streak, which
began on the Halloween night win over Clarkson ...
struck three times on the power play as a rookie ...
assisted on both of UMD’s two goals in a 4-2 loss
to North Dakota on Dec. 4 at the DECC. BEFORE
UMD: Saved his best hockey for last as a third-year
United States Hockey League veteran in 2008-09 ...
established a career high for regular season points
with 73, a number unsurpassed by any Cedar Rapids
RoughRider and only three other USHL combatants
... also ranked first on the club in goals (29), assists
(44), shorthanded tallies (three), game winners (five)
and shots (211) ...was aptly rewarded with a selection
to the All-USHL second team ... also represented the
East Division at the 2009 USHL Prospects/All-Star
Game ... followed up a 47-point rookie year in Cedar
Rapids by chipping in 16 goals and 27 assists during
the 2007-08 regular season ... is the fourth Illinois
native to make his way to UMD ... played Midget
AAA hockey for the Chicago Chill, the same club
which produced former Bulldog star center and fellow
Illinoisan Tim Stapleton. PERSONAL: Born Michael
Francis Seidel on April 4, 1988 in Chicago, Ill. ... is the
son of Alfred and Joann Seidel ... has three brothers
(his twin, Anthony, Matthew and Joseph) ...graduated
from Hinsdale South High School (Darien, Ill.) in 2006
... is majoring in communication at UMD. BULLDOG
MILESTONES: First Game - vs. Lake Superior State
(Oct. 9, 2009). First Goal - vs. Clarkson (Oct. 31,
2009). First Assist - at Minnesota (Nov. 20, 2009).
Most Goals, Game - 1 (5 Times). Most Points, Game
- 2 vs. North Dakota (Dec. 4, 2009). Longest Scoring
Streak - 4 Games (Oct. 31-Nov. 13, 2009).

THE NUMBERS ON SEIDEL


Year GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW +/-
2009-10 31 5 5 10 7-14 3 0 0 +2

SEIDEL VS. THE COMPETITION


Team GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW
Alaska Anchorage 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
Bemidji State 2 1 0 1 0-0 0 0 0
Clarkson 2 1 0 1 0-0 1 0 0
Colorado College 7 2 0 2 1-2 1 0 0
Denver 2 0 1 1 0-0 0 0 0
Lake Superior State 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
Michigan Tech 4 1 0 1 1-2 1 0 0
Minnesota 3 0 1 1 1-2 0 0 0
MSU-Mankato 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
North Dakota 4 0 2 2 1-2 0 0 0
Northern Michigan 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
St. Cloud State 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0
Wisconsin 2 0 1 1 0-0 0 0 0

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THE 2010-11 BULLDOG ROOKIES

18 Joe Basaraba 23 J.T. Brown 25 Justin Faulk 30 Christian Gaffy


Wing Wing Defense Goalie
6-2 • 195 • Freshman 5-10 • 170 • Freshman 5-11 • 200 • Freshman 6-0 • 170 • Freshman
Fort Frances, Ontario Burnsville, Minn. South St. Paul, Minn. Scandia, Minn.

BEFORE UMD: Is the sec- BEFORE UMD: Logged two BEFORE UMD: Proved to be a BEFORE UMD: Certainly made
ond Shattuck-St. Mary School productive years of United tower of power on the U.S. Na- the most of his one season in the
graduate to enlist his services States Hockey League action tional Under-18 Team blueline puckstopping spotlight at Forest
with the Bulldogs (left winger as a member of the Waterloo last winter ... paced that club in Lake High School in 2009-10
Michael Gergen, 2005-09, was Black Hawks prior to his arrival power play goals with 14 while ... took over as the Rangers’
the first) ... put the wraps on his on the UMD campus ... received his 33 points (21 goals and 12 starting goaltender that year
second year at the Fairbault, All-USHL second team honors assists in 60 overall outings) and proceeded to rack up a
Minn.-based prep school in in 2009-10 after placing third ranked second among defen- 13-2-2 overall record en route
2009-10 by racking up 24 goals in that circuit in scoring (77 semen ... patrolled the blueline to attaining St. Paul Pioneer
and adding 22 assists for 46 points), shots (233) and plus- for the gold medal-winning Press All-State (second team)
points in 52 outings ... those 24 minus rating (plus-37) ... also Team USA at the IIHF World and All-Suburban East Confer-
goals were the fourth most of had a team-leading 34 goals, 43 U-18 Championship last April ence acclaim ... ranked second
any Sabre ... made a sizeable assists and six game winners in Belarus ... received a final in the Minnesota prep ranks in
splash as an SSM rookie with to his 2009-10 credit ... was pre-collegiate tune up of sorts saves percentage (a school-
a 42-point effort (20 goals and one of just four Black Hawks last August by taking part in record .935 mark) and eighth
22 assists) in 50 games ... was to take part in all 60 regular U.S. National Junior Evalua- in goals against average (1.74,
taken in the third round with the season outings last winter ... tion Camp for the second time another Ranger single-season
the 69th overall selection by equaled a 2009-10 USHL high in as many years ... spent the standard) ... backstopped Forest
Florida Panthers at last June’s for points (six) and assists (five) 2008-09 season with the U.S. Lake to a share of the 2009-10
National Hockey League entry on Feb. 26 and for goals (four) National Under-17 Team and Suburban East championship ...
draft ... played two seasons one month later ... closed out was their top scoring defense- also lettered three times in soc-
for the Fort Frances (Ontario) his USHL debut year with 14 man (12 goals and 21 assists cer (forward/defender) with the
High School Muskies before goals and 32 assists in 36 out- in 64 games) ... left South St. Rangers. PERSONAL: Christian
enrolling at Shattuck-St. Mary’s ings ... missed the opening two Paul High School following Thomas Gaffy on Oct. 14, 1971
in 2008-09. PERSONAL: Born months of the 2008-09 regular his sophomore year to join in Coon Rapids, Minn. ... is the
Joseph D. Basaraba on May season while nursing a wrist the Ann Arbor-based program son of Bryan and Monica Gaffy
2, 1992 in Fort Frances .. has injury ... graduated from Rose- ... represented the U.S. at ... has two younger siblings (Cale
two older siblings -- Matt and mount High School in 2008 ... the 2009 National Under-18 and Cullen). Is majoring in biol-
Kate ... his uncle, Jim Easton, was a finalist for the Minnesota Four Nation’s Cup l (he and ogy and chemistry at UMD.
is a University of Wisconsin- Mr. Hockey award that year in his puckmates went 3-0-0 to
Superior hockey alumnus...is addition to receiving Minne- capture the tournament title)
majoring in business at UMD. apolis Star-Tribune All-Metro ... also competed in the 2008
and Associated Press All-State Under-17 Five Nations Tourna-
(honorable mention) acclaim. ment and topped all Team USA
PERSONAL: Born Joshua blueliners with three points in
Thomas Brown on July 2, 1990 four games .. his cousin, Marco
n High Point, N.C. .. is the son of Peluso, skated at left wing for
Ted and Talli Brown (1979-86) the Bulldogs from 2002-05
... his father played for eight ... was chosen by the Caro-
seasons (1979-86) at a running lina Hurricanes in the second
back with the Minnesota Vikings round (37th pick overall) of the
and was a first round draft pick 2010 National Hockey League
in 1979...is undeclared ona entry draft. PERSONAL: Born
major at UMD. Justin Michael Faulk on March
20, 1992 in South St. Paul ... is
the son of Bill and Gail Faulk
... has one brother (David)...is
majoring in business at UMD.

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THE 2010-11 BULLDOG ROOKIES
A BREAKDOWN
OF THE 2010-11 BULLDOGS

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

By Position
Forward - 14
21 Luke McManus 19 Max Tardy Defense - 10
Defense Center Goalie - 3
6-1 • 190 • Freshman 6-0 • 185 • Freshman
Apple Valley, Minn. Duluth, Minn. By State/Province
Minnesota - 17
BEFORE UMD: Displayed his BEFORE UMD: Left the Twin
blueline skills for two winters Ports in 2009 for the bright lights of Alberta - 5
with a trio of United States the United States Hockey League Ontario - 2
Hockey League franchises and a one-year stint with the Tri- Illinois - 1
(Tri City in 2009-10 and both City Storm ... wound up with 36 Pennsylvania - 1
Omaha and Indiana the previ- points, which included 12 goals, Saskatchewan - 1
ous season) ... generated one in 52 regular season games,
goal and 12 assists in 49 overall good for fourth place on the Tri- By Major
engagements with the 2009-10 City’s 2009-10 scoring charts ... Business - 10
Storm ... bypassed some 14 just over half (eight goals and 11
Finance - 4
regular season games with an assists) of his offensive harvest
injured shoulder that year ... came on the power play ... put an Management - 2
opened the 2008-09 season exclamation point on a prosper- Communication - 2
with the Omaha Lancers before ous senior season at Duluth East Exercise Science - 1
being traded to the Indiana Ice High School by being chosen the Biology & Chemistry - 1
... was credited with 10 regular Duluth News-Tribune’s Player of Mathematics - 1
season points (all assists) that the Year ... was credited with a Mechanical Engineering - 1
winter ... is a 2008 graduate team-best 61 points (a 20-point Statistics & Actuarial Science - 1
of Rosemount High School increase from the previous winter) Undeclared - 4
where he was a classmate of and captained the Greyhounds to
fellow 2010-11 UMD recruit J.T. a berth in the 2009 Minnesota State
Brown ... culminated a reward- High School Class AA Tournament
ing three-year prep playing .... corralled Associated Press All-
career with a selection to the State second team acclaim as a PRONUNCIATION GUIDE
2007-08 All-Lake Conference senior and was also a Minnesota
Team. PERSONAL: Born Luke Mr. Hockey Finalist ... reigned as •Basaraba BASS-ah-robb-ah
Thomas McManus on May the leading scorer in the Upper •DeLisle DEE-lie-ell
9, 1990 in Edina, Minn. ... is Midwest Elite Hockey League •Flaherty FLAIR-it-ee
the son of Thomas and Joan prior to the start of his farewell prep •Oleksuk OH-lek-suk
McManus ... has two older sis- campaign .. . his National Hockey •Reiter RYE-ter
ters -- Megan and Madalyn...is League draft rights are held by the •Seidel SIE-dell
majoring in business at UMD. St. Louis Blues (7th round, 202nd
pick overall in 2009) ... also stood
out on the Greyhound baseball
diamond as a second baseman
and pitcher. PERSONAL: Born
Maxwell Rustad Tardy on Oct. 27,
1990 in Grand Marais, Minn ... is
the son of Mike and Addy Tardy ...
has two older siblings -- Weston,
a four-year hockey letterman at
Colorado College (2002-06) and
Robin ... his uncle, Bob Boyatt is
a former Bulldog hockey player R

(1948-50 and 1953-54) and head


coach (1954-55)...is undeclared on
a major at UMD.

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(OVERALL RECORD: 22-17-1) (WCHA RECORD: 16-11-1)
2009-10 UMD STATISTICS
Player-Position GP G A PTS PEN-PM PP SH GW +/- GP G A PTS PEN-PM PP SH GW +/-
Jack Connolly-C 40 18 31 49 18-47 7 1 2 +8 28 12 21 33 11-22 6 0 1 +8
Justin Fontaine-W 39 21 25 46 11-22 13 0 6 +1 28 18 15 33 7-14 11 0 6 -1
Mike Connolly-W 38 14 26 40 12-24 5 2 5 0 28 6 20 26 9-18 2 2 3 +4
Rob Bordson-C 40 12 28 40 9-18 6 0 1 -2 28 6 20 26 5-10 3 0 0 -2
Brady Lamb-D 40 11 13 24 26-55 6 1 0 -5 28 8 8 16 18-39 5 0 0 -3
Travis Oleksuk-C 33 10 14 24 8-24 5 0 2 +1 24 6 11 17 4-16 2 0 1 +1
Drew Akins-C 40 6 11 17 23-63 4 0 0 -4 28 5 7 12 15-47 4 0 0 -3
Jordan Fulton-W 40 4 13 17 31-84 1 0 0 -3 28 2 9 11 26-63 0 0 0 -3
Mike Montgomery-D 40 2 15 17 8-16 0 0 1 -4 28 2 10 12 6-12 0 0 1 +4
Kyle Schmidt-W 32 11 2 13 13-34 0 0 3 -3 23 9 2 11 9-26 0 0 2 -3
David Grun-W 27 6 5 11 10-20 5 0 1 -2 18 6 3 9 9-18 5 0 1 0
Dylan Olsen-D 36 1 10 11 19-49 0 0 1 +3 25 1 7 8 14-39 0 0 1 +4
Mike Seidel-W 31 5 5 10 7-14 3 0 0 +2 19 3 5 8 4-8 2 0 0 +1
Scott Kishel-D 28 0 8 8 7-14 0 0 0 +2 21 0 5 5 4-8 0 0 0 +1
Cody Danberg- W 40 2 5 7 10-20 0 0 0 -3 28 1 3 4 6-12 0 0 0 0
Wade Bergman-D 26 1 5 6 8-16 0 0 0 +4 19 1 3 4 8-16 0 0 0 +2
Keegan Flaherty-W 33 0 3 3 8-16 0 0 0 -4 22 0 3 3 3-6 0 0 0 -4
Brady Hjelle-G 19 0 3 3 1-2 0 0 0 0 14 0 3 3 1-2 0 0 0 0
Jake Hendrickson-W 21 1 1 2 2-4 0 0 0 -3 16 1 0 1 2-4 0 0 0 -4
Chad Huttel-D 31 1 1 2 22-71 0 0 0 +5 20 0 0 0 17-50 0 0 0 -1
Drew Olson-D 34 0 2 2 6-12 0 0 0 -5 23 0 1 1 3-6 0 0 0 -6
Trent Palm-D 3 0 1 1 2-4 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 1 2-4 0 0 0 0
Dan DeLisle-C 25 0 1 1 12-24 0 0 0 -3 18 0 1 1 8-16 0 0 0 -2
Chase Ryan-D 3 0 0 0 1-2 0 0 0 -1 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 -1
Kenny Reiter-G 25 0 0 0 1-2 0 0 0 0 16 0 0 0 1-2 0 0 0 0
Bench 3-6 1-2
UMD TOTALS 40 126 228 354 278/663 55 4 22 -16 28 90 162 252 193/460 40 2 16 -8
OPPONENTS 40 109 180 289 309/742 36 6 17 -- 28 77 122 199 213/506 26 4 11 --

Goaltender GP GS W-L-T MIN GA GAA SVS SV% SO GP GS W-L-T MIN GA GAA SVS SV% SO
Kenny Reiter 25 23 13-10-0 1370:08 54 2.36 558 .912 3 16 15 9-6-0 868:19 36 2.49 356 .908 1
Brady Hjelle 19 17 9-7-1 1033:16 49 2.85 431 .898 1 14 13 7-5-1 811:59 36 2.66 353 .907 1
Open NET 26 --- --- 17:37 6 --- --- --- --- 18 -- -- 13:25 5 -- -- -- --
UMD TOTALS 40 40 22-17-1 2421:01 109 2.70 989 .901 4 28 28 16-11-1 1693:43 77 2.73 709 .902 2
OPP TOTALS 40 40 17-22-1 2421:01 126 3.12 1185 .904 1 28 28 11-16-1 1693:43 90 3.19 811 .900 0

SCORING BY PERIOD: 1st 2nd 3rd OT POWER PLAY EFFICIENCY (OVERALL/WCHA)
UMD 30 47 45 4 126 UMD 55 of 239 (.230) 40 of 161 (.248)
OPP 30 33 45 1 109 OPP 36 of 208 (.173) 26 of 140 (.186)

2009-10 WIN-LOSS SUMMARY


2009-10 BULLDOG
W L T PCT
SINGLE-GAME
Home Games 14 8 0 .636
INDIVIDUAL HIGHS
Road Games 7 8 1 .469
Neutral Site Games 1 1 0 .500 Goals - 4 by Justin Fontaine vs. MTU (Nov. 14)
vs. WCHA 16 11 1 .589 Assists - 4 by Rob Bordson vs. MTU (Nov. 14)
Non-Conference Games 4 4 0 .500 4 by Mike Connolly vs. MTU (Nov. 14)
WCHA Playoff Games 2 2 0 5.00 Points - 5 by Mike Connolly vs. MTU (Nov. 14)
Exhibition Games 1 0 0 1.000 5 by Justin Fontaine vs. MTU (Nov. 14)
Overtime Games 4 1 1 .750 Point Scoring Streak - 9 games by Rob Bordson (Dec. 12- Jan. 23)
One-Goal Games 10 5 0 .667 Goals Scoring Streak- 4 games by Mike Seidel (Oct. 31-Nov. 13)
Two-Goal Games 1 6 0 .143 Shots On Goal - 9 by Drew Atkins vs. CU (Oct. 30)
Thursday Games 0 1 0 .000 +/- Rating - +4 by Justin Fontaine vs. MC (Jan. 2) and CU (Oct. 30)
Friday Games 8 9 1 .472 Penalties - 5 by Chad Huttel vs. CC (Nov. 7)
Saturday Games 13 5 0 .722 Penalty Minutes - 18 by Chad Huttel vs. CC (Nov. 7)
Sunday Games 1 2 0 .333 Power Play Goals - 2 by Justin Fontaine (4 times)
Scoring First Goal 14 4 1 .763 - 2 by David Grun vs. UAA (March 6)
Leading After One Period 9 3 1 .731 Shorthanded Goals - 1 by Mike Connolly vs. MTU (Feb. 6) and
Trailing After One Period 5 7 0 .417 MSU (Oct. 16)
Tied After One Period 8 7 0 .533 1 by Brady Lamb vs. MC (Jan. 2)
Leading After Two Periods 14 2 0 .875 1 by Jack Connolly vs. LSSU (Oct. 9)
Trailing After Two Periods 4 10 0 .286 Saves - 47 by Kenny Reiter vs. UW (Jan. 29)
Tied After Two Periods 4 5 1 .450
Outshooting Opponent 16 11 0 .593
Outshot by Opponent 5 5 1 .500
Same No. Shots as Opponent 1 1 0 .500

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2009-10 UMD RESULTS/HIGHS & LOWS
DATE W L T OPPONENT UMD-OPP ATT UMD Goalie Saves Record
Oct. 3 W British Columbia# 4-0 3,705 Hjelle/Reiter 15/7 0-0-0
Oct. 9 W Lake Superior State+ 4-3 3,869 Hjelle 25 1-0-0
Oct. 11 L Northern Michigan+ 1-3 3,508 Reiter 32 1-1-0
Oct. 16 W Minnesota State-Mankato* 5-2 4,824 Hjelle 36 2-1-0
Oct. 17 W Minnesota State-Mankato* 3-2 5,241 Hjelle 26 3-1-0
Oct. 23 T St. Cloud State* 3-3 OT 6,009~ Hjelle 41 3-1-1
Oct. 24 L St. Cloud State* 2-4 6,051~ Hjelle/Reiter 19/4 3-2-1
Oct. 30 W Clarkson 4-1 3,701 Reiter 16 4-2-1
Oct. 31 W Clarkson 4-2 3,581 Hjelle 20 5-2-1
Nov. 6 W Colorado College* 4-3 6,962 Reiter 30 6-2-1
Nov. 7 L Colorado College* 2-6 7,051 Hjelle 30 6-3-1
Nov. 13 L Michigan Tech* 2-3 4,490 Reiter 16 6-4-1
Nov. 14 W Michigan Tech* 8-1 4,478 Hjelle 17 7-4-1
Nov. 20 W Minnesota* 4-3 OT 10,188~ Reiter 26 8-4-1
Nov. 21 W Minnesota* 3-2 10,078~ Hjelle 36 9-4-1
Dec. 4 L North Dakota* 2-4 5,057 Reiter 32 9-5-1
Dec. 5 W North Dakota* 3-2 5,361~ Hjelle 26 10-5-1
Dec. 11 L Denver* 2-3 4,437 Hjelle 21 10-6-1
Dec. 12 W Denver* 6-3 4,568 Hjelle 23 11-6-1
Jan. 2 W Mercyhurst@ 6-0 4,003~ Reiter 26 12-6-1
Jan. 3 L Vermont@ 2-5 3,570 Hjelle/Reiter 12/6 12-7-1
Jan. 8 W Colorado College* 5-2 3,985 Reiter 17 13-7-1
Jan. 9 W Colorado College* 4-1 4,635 Reiter 18 14-7-1
Jan. 15 W Minnesota State-Mankato* 2-1 4,075 Reiter 23 15-7-1
Jan. 16 W Minnesota State-Mankato* 4-3 OT 4,680 Reiter 28 16-7-1
Jan. 22 L Bemidji State 1-4 2,414~ Reiter/Hjelle 20/2 16-8-1
Jan. 23 L Bemidji State 4-5 OT 5,396~ Hjelle 19 16-9-1
Jan. 29 L Wisconsin* 2-5 5,170 Reiter 47 16-10-1
Jan. 30 W Wisconsin* 4-0 5,388~ Reiter 28 17-10-1
Feb. 5 L Michigan Tech* 1-3 2,461 Reiter 20 17-11-1
Feb. 6 W Michigan Tech* 3-2 2,464 Reiter 21 18-11-1
Feb. 19 L North Dakota* 2-5 11,725~ Reiter 16 18-12-1
Feb. 20 L North Dakota* 1-5 11,800~ Reiter/ Hjelle 6/17 18-13-1
Feb. 26 L Minnesota* 2-3 5,385~ Hjelle 21 18-14-1
Feb. 27 W Minnesota* 3-0 5,411~ Hjelle 22 19-14-1
March 5 L Alaska Anchorage* 2-3 2,944 Hjelle 18 19-15-1
March 6 W Alaska Anchorage* 6-3 4,168 Reiter 24 20-15-1
March 12 W Colorado College= 3-2 OT 3,461 Reiter 19 21-15-1
March 13 L Colorado College= 3-5 3,956 Reiter 26 21-16-1
March 14 W Colorado College= 4-0 3,402 Reiter 25 22-16-1
March 18 L North Dakota^ 0-2 15,292 Reiter 32 22-17-1

*WCHA Game
@Sheraton/TD Bank Catamount Cup (Burlington, Vt.)
=WCHA Playoffs
^WCHA Final Five (St. Paul, Minn)
+Superior Cup
#Exhibition Game
~Sellout
Home Games Are Listed in Boldface

2009-10 BULLDOG SINGLE-GAME TEAM HIGHS/LOWS


HIGHS LOWS
Goals - 0 vs. UND (March 18) 0 vs. UND (March 18)
Assists - 0 vs. UND (March 18) 0 vs. UND (March 18)
Points - 0 vs. UND (March 18) 0 vs. UND (March 18)
Total Shot Attempts - 95 vs. MTU (Nov. 13) 37 vs. UW (Jan. 29)
Shots On Goal - 50 (2 Times) 19 vs. UW (Jan. 29)
Penalties - 16 vs. CC (Nov. 7) 3 vs. UM (Nov. 21)
Penalty Minutes - 51 vs. CC (Nov. 7) 6 vs. UM (Nov. 21)
Power Play Pct. - .500 (4/8) vs. MTU (Nov. 14) .000 (0/8) vs. NMU (Oct. 11)
Power Play Goals - 4 vs. MTU (Nov. 14) 0 (8 Times)
Power Play Attempts - 15* vs. CU (Oct. 31) 4 (6 Times)
Penalty Kill Pct. - 1.000 (7/7) vs. CC (March 4) .428 (3/7) vs. CC (Nov. 7)
Saves - 41 vs. SCSU (Oct. 23) 16 (3 Times)
Shorthanded Goals - 1 (4 Times) 0 (36 Times)
Goals Allowed - 6 vs. CC (Nov. 7) 0 (4 Times)
Shots On Goal Allowed - 52 vs. UW (Jan. 29) 17 vs. CU (Oct. 30)
PPGs Allowed - 4 vs. CC (Nov. 7) 0 (12 Times)
SHGs Allowed - 0 (35 Times) 2 vs. SCSU (Oct. 24)
Plus-Minus Rating - +20 vs. CU (Oct. 30) -25 vs. UND (Feb. 25)

*school record

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2009-10 WCHA STATISTICS/HONORS
2009-10 WCHA STANDINGS
TEAM (Overall) GP W L T PTS GF AVG GA AVG
Denver (27-10-4) 28 19 5 4 42 92 3.29 65 2.32
Wisconsin (28-11-4) 28 17 8 3 37 109 3.89 76 2.71
St. Cloud State (24-14-5) 28 15 9 4 34 92 3.29 84 3.00
UMD (22-17-1) 28 16 11 1 33 90 3.21 77 2.75
North Dakota (25-13-5) 28 15 10 3 33 89 3.18 61 2.18
Colorado College (19-17-3) 28 12 13 3 27 88 3.14 85 3.04
Minnesota (18-19-2) 28 12 14 2 26 80 2.86 76 2.71
Minnesota State (16-20-3) 28 9 17 2 20 75 2.68 92 3.29
Alaska Anchorage (11-23-2) 28 9 17 2 20 66 2.36 106 3.79
Michigan Tech (5-30-1) 28 4 24 0 8 59 2.11 118 4.21

2009-10 WCHA SCORING LEADERS (LEAGUE GAMES ONLY)


Player (Pos, Yr, School) GP G A PTS PPG
1. Rhett Rakhshani (F, Sr, Denver) 28 15 20 35 1.25
2. Blake Geoffrion (F, Sr, Wisconsin) 25 19 15 34 1.36
3. Justin Fontaine (W, Jr, UMD) 28 18 15 33 1.18
Jack Connolly (C, So, UMD) 28 12 21 33 1.18
Mike Connolly (W, So, UMD) 28 9 24 33 1.18
6. Michael Davies (F, Sr, Wisconsin) 26 10 22 32 1.23
Garrett Roe (F, Jr, St. Cloud State) 27 14 18 32 1.19
Ryan Lasch (F, Sr, St. Cloud State ) 28 15 17 32 1.14
9. Tyler Ruegsegger (F, Sr, Denver) 28 14 17 31 1.11
Derek Stepan (F, So, Wisconsin) 28 4 27 31 1.11
11. Joe Colborne (F, So, Denver) 26 16 13 29 1.12
Brendan Smith (D, Jr, Wisconsin) 27 11 18 29 1.07
Kevin Clark (F, Sr, Alaska Anchorage) 28 18 11 29 1.04
14. Chris VandeVelde(F, Sr, North Dakota) 27 10 18 28 1.04
15. Anthony Maiani (F, Jr, Denver) 28 6 21 27 0.96

2009-10 WCHA GOAL TENDING LEADERS (LEAGUE GAMES ONLY)


Player (School) GP W L T GA GAA SVS SV% SO
1. Marc Cheverie (Denver) 27 17 6 3 51 2.05 734 .934 4
2. Brad Eidsness (North Dakota) 40 23 12 5 56 2.18 593 .914 1
3. Scott Gudmandson (Wisconsin) 37 19 14 4 42 2.42 402 .905 2
4. Alex Kangas (Minnesota) 41 24 12 4 59 2.46 656 .917 1
5. Kenny Reiter (UMD) 21 8 8 4 36 2.36 558 .912 3

2009-10 ALL-WCHA TEAMS


FIRST TEAM SECOND TEAM
Pos. Name Team Pos. Name Team
F Rhett Rakhshani Denver F Justin Fontaine UMD
F Blake Geoffrion Wisconsin F Ryan Lasch St. Cloud State
F Jack Connolly UMD F Tyler Ruegsegger Denver
D Brendan Smith Wisconsin D Ryan McDonagh Wisconsin
D Patrick Wiercioch Denver D Nate Prosser Colorado College
G Marc Cheverie Denver G Brad Eidsness North Dakota

THIRD TEAM ALL-ROOKIE TEAM


Pos. Name Team Pos. Name Team
F Michael Davies Wisconsin F Danny Kristo North Dakota
F Joe Colborne Denver F Craig Smith Wisconsin
F Garrett Roe St. Cloud State F Rylan Schwartz Colorado College
D Garrett Raboin St. Cloud State D Matt Donovan Denver
D Chay Genoway North Dakota D Justin Schultz Wisconsin
G Dan Dunn St. Cloud State G Joe Howe Colorado College

PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Marc Cheverie (Denver)


ROOKIE OF THE YEAR: Danny Kristo (North Dakota)
COACH OF THE YEAR: George Gwozodecky (Denver)
DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Brendan Smith (Wisconsin)
WCHA STUDENT-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR: Eli Vlaisavljevich (Michigan Tech)

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2009-10 BULLDOG GAME SUMMARIES
2009-10 Bulldog Game Summaries
Exhibition Game • October 3, 2009 Game 4 • October 17, 2009 Game 8 • October 31, 2009
U. of British Columbia vs. UMD Minnesota State-Mankato vs. UMD Clarkson vs. UMD
BC 0 0 0 0 MSU 2 0 0 2 CU 1 0 1 2
UMD 1 1 2 4 UMD 1 1 1 3 UMD 1 2 1 4
Scoring Scoring Scoring
1st: UMD-Jack Connolly, 19:31. 2nd: UMD- J. Con- 1st: MSU- Mike Louwerse 2 (Evan Mosey, Andrew 1st: CU- Brandon DeFazio 1 (Nick Tremblay, Luke
nolly (Justin Fontaine) 2:14 sh;. 3rd: UMD- Fontaine Sackrison) 9:05; MSU- Justin Jokinen 1 (Ben Youds, Oakley) 0:20; UMD- Rob Bordson 3 (Jack Connolly,
(Mike Connolly, Chad Huttel) 8:45 sh; UMD- Fontaine Joe Schiller) 10:53 pp; UMD- Justin Fontaine 5 (Mike Brady Lamb) 10:48 pp. 2nd: UMD- Lamb 2 (Wade
(J. Connolly, Jordan Fulton) 10:11. Connolly, Jack Connolly) 17:50 pp; 2nd: UMD- M. Bergman, Bordson) 04:53 pp; UMD- Mike Connolly
Saves Connolly 2 (Drew Akins, Dan DeLisle) 6:17 pp; 3rd: 4 (Jordan Fulton, Bordson) 16:08 pp. 3rd: CU- Mark
BC - Jordan White 9-4-x--13 UMD- Fontaine 6 (J. Connolly, Rob Bordson) 12:23 pp Borowiecki 2 (Oakley, Tremblay) 1:05 pp; UMD- Mike
BC - Francois Thout x-7-15--22 Saves Seidel 1 (Bordson, J. Connolly) 02:54 pp.
UMD - Brady Hjelle 8-7-x--15 MSU - Kevin Murdock 15-5-10--30 Saves
UMD - Kenny Reiter x-1-6-- 7 UMD - Brady Hjelle 10-9-7--26 CU - Paul Karpowich 13-14-13--40
Power Play: BC: 0-5 UMD: 0-2 Power Play: MSU: 1-4 UMD: 3-7 UMD - Brady Hjelle 8-4-8--20
Penalties: BC: 4/8 UMD: 7/14 Penalties: MSU: 11/33 UMD: 10/28 Power Play: CU: 1-9 UMD: 4-15
Attendance: 3,705 Attendance: 5,241 Penalties: CU: 16/54 UMD: 9/18
Attendance: 3,581

Game 1 • October 9, 2009 Game 5 • October 23, 2009


Lake Superior State vs. UMD UMD vs. St. Cloud State Game 9 • November 6, 2009
UMD vs. Colorado College
LSSU 1 1 1 3 UMD 2 1 0 0 3
UMD 3 1 0 4 SCSU 1 2 0 0 3 UMD 2 0 2 4
Scoring
CC 1 2 0 3
Scoring
1st: UMD- Justine Fontaine 1 (Jack Connolly, Drew 1st: UMD- Justine Fontaine 7 (Mike Connolly, Brady
Scoring
Akins) 8:53 pp; UMD- Fontaine 2 (J. Connolly, Dylan Hjelle) 4:42 pp; SCSU- Ben Hanowski 1 (Jared
1st: UMD- Brady Lamb 3 (Jack Connolly, Rob
Olsen) 10:13 pp; LSSU- Chad Nehring 1 (Simon Festler, Nick Oslund) 13:01; UMD- Kyle Schmidt 1
Bordson) 3:41 pp; UMD- Mike Seidel 1 (Dylan
Gysbers, Zac MacVoy) 16:19 ; UMD- J. Connolly (Drew Akins, Keegan Flaherty) 19:19. 2nd: SCSU-
Olsen, Travis Olesuk) 16:45; CC- Mike Testwuide 3
1 (Fontaine, Scott Kishel) 18:14 sh; 2nd: LSSU- Hanowski 2 (Craig Gaude, Oslund) 09:19 pp; UMD-
(Stephen Schultz, Nate Prosser) 19:24. 2nd: CC-
Fred Cassiani 1 (Matt Cowie) 3:10 pp; UMD- Rob Brady Lamb 1 (Schmidt, Akins) 15:24; SCSU- Festler
Kris Fredheim 1 (Tyler Johnson, Schultz) 09:10 pp;
Bordson 1 (Travis Oleksuk) 8:59. 3rd: LSSU- Rick 2 (Oslund, Drew LeBlanc) 17:25 pp; OT:No Scoring.
CC- William Rapuzzi 3 (Bill Sweatt, Matt Overman)
Schofield 1 (MacVoy, Nick McParland) 10:33. Saves
9:29. 3rd: UMD- Olesuk 1 (Mike Montgomery, Cody
Saves UMD - Brady Hjelle 11-13-15-2--41
Danberg) 10:09; UMD- Kyle Schmidt 2 (Bordson,
LSSU - Brian Mahoney-Wilson 6-12-11--29 SCSU - Mike Lee 10-8-8-4--30
Junstin Fontaine)
UMD - Brady Hjelle 7-11-7--25 Power Play: UMD: 1-5 SCSU: 2-10
Saves
Power Play: LSSU: 2-6 UMD: 2-6 Penalties: UMD: 12/32 SCSU: 6/12
UMD - Kenny Reiter 5-11-14--30
Penalties: LSSU: 6/12 UMD: 6/12 Attendance: 6,009 (sellout) CC - Joe Howe 4-6-7--17
Attendance: 3,869 Power Play: UMD: 1-6 CC: 1-6
Penalties: UMD: 6/12 CC: 6/12
Game 6 • October 24, 2009
Attendance: 6,962
Game 2 • October 11, 2009 UMD vs. St. Cloud State
Northern Michigan vs. UMD
UMD 1 0 1 2 Game 10 • November 7, 2009
NMU 0 2 1 3 SCSU 1 3 0 4 UMD vs. Colorado College
UMD 0 1 0 1 Scoring UMD 0 1 1 2
1st: SCSU- Ryan Lasch 2 (Garrett Roe) 3:17; UMD-
Scoring CC 1 2 3 6
Rob Bordson 2 (Jack Connolly, Brady Hjelle) 10:12
1st: No Scoring. 2nd: NMU- Erik Gustafsson 2 (Mike
pp; 2nd: SCSU- Drew LeBlanc 1 (Jordy Christian,
Maltese, Mark Olver) 3:34; UMD- Jack Connolly 2 Scoring
Brett Barta) 03:36 sh; SCSU- Jared Festler 2 (Oliver
(Justin Fontaine, Jake Hendrickson) 7:24; NMU- Ray 1st: CC- Mike Testwuide 4 (Tim Hall, Rylan
Lauridsen) 10:27 sh; SCSU- Tony Mosey 2 (Garrett
Kaunisto 1 (Olver, Maltese, Gustafsson) 18:56. 3rd: Schwartz)12:52 pp; 2nd: UMD- Kyle Schmidt 3
Raboin, Roe) 19:45 p. 3rd: UMD- Drew Akins 1 (Trent
NMU- Olver 1 (Gustafsson, Jared Brown) 17:41 pp; (Keegan Flaherty, Dylan Olsen) 3:38; CC- Bill Sweatt
Palm, Bordson) 02:54 pp.
Saves 4 (Nate Prosser, Gabe Guentzel) 6:24; 3rd: Schwartz
Saves
NMU - Reid Ellingson 15-8-9--32 3 ( Stephen Schultz, Guentzel) 4:42 pp; UMD- Mike
UMD - Brady Hjelle 15-4-x--19
UMD - Kenny Reiter 12-12-8--32 Seidel 3 (Olsen, Mike Montgomery) 15:10 pp; CC-
UMD - Kenny Reiter x-x-4--4
Power Play: NMU: 1-6 UMD: 0-8 Sweatt 5 (Tyler Johnson, Schwartz) 16:24 pp; CC- Hall
SCSU - Dan Dunn 10-11-10--31
Penalties: NMU: 11/22 UMD: 9/29 1 (Rapuzzi, Guentzel) 17:42 pp.
Power Play: UMD: 2-7 SCSU: 1-7
Saves
Attendance: 3,508 Penalties: UMD: 10/23 SCSU: 11/25
UMD - Brady Hjelle 9-4-17--30
Attendance: 6,051 (sellout) CC - Joe Howe 7-12-15--34
Power Play: UMD: 1-7 CC: 4-7
Game 3 • October 16, 2009
Penalties: UMD: 16/51 CC: 13/26
Minnesota State-Mankato vs. UMD Game 7 • October 30, 2009
Attendance: 7,051
Clarkson vs. UMD
MSU 1 0 1 2
CU 0 0 1 1 Game 11 • November 13, 2009
UMD 2 1 2 5
UMD 0 3 1 4 Michigan Tech vs. UMD
Scoring
1st: UMD- Mike Connolly 1 (Mike Montgomery) Scoring MTU 1 0 2 3
13:22 sh; MSU- Eriah Hayes 1 (Jerad Stewart) 14:53; 1st: No Scoring. 2nd: UMD- Mike Connolly 3 (Justin
UMD- Jack Connolly 3 (Justin Fontaine) 18:59. 2nd: Fontaine, Cody Danberg) 5:53; UMD- Jack Connolly UMD 0 1 1 2
UMD- Fontaine 3 (Rob Bordson, Dylan Olsen) 10:26 5 (Drew Olson, Fontaine) 6:35; UMD- J. Connolly
PP; 3rd: UMD- Fontaine 4 (J. Connolly, Jordan Fulton) 6 (Rob Bordson, Dylan Olsen) 10:54; 3rd: CU- Tim Scoring
17:41 pp; UMD- J. Connolly 4 (M. Connolly, Rob Marks 3 (Nik Pokulok, Mark Borowiecki) 16:20 pp; 1st: MTU- Malcolm Gwilliam 6 (Steven Seigo, Brett
Bordson) 8:07 pp; MSU- Geoff Irwin 2 (Evan Mosey, Drew Akins 2 19:07. Olson) 12:24 pp; 2nd: UMD- Jack Connolly 7 (Mike
Tyler Pitlick) 16:21. Saves Connolly, Brady Lamb) 5:07 pp; 3rd: UMD- Mike
Saves CU - Richie LaVeau 8-17-21--46 Seidel 4 (Travis Oleksuk, Drew Akins) 4:31 pp; MTU-
MSU - Austin Lee 6-23-14--43 UMD - Kenny Reiter 5-3-8--16 Seigo 1 5:05; MTU- Eli Vlaisavljevich 2 (Ryan Bunger,
UMD - Brady Hjelle 12-9-15--36 Power Play: CU: 1-7 UMD: 0-5 Seth Soley) 14:07.
Power Play: MSU: 0-4 UMD: 2-6 Penalties: CU: 8/27 UMD: 9/29 Saves
Penalties: MSU: 8/16 UMD: 6/12 MTU - Kevin Genoe 10-21-17--48
Attendance: 3,701 UMD - Kenny Reiter 3-8-5--16
Attendance: 4,824
Power Play: MTU: 1-4 UMD: 2-4
Penalties: MTU: 4/8 UMD: 4/8
Attendance: 4,490

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Game 12 • November 14, 2009 Game 16 • December 5, 2009 Game 20 • January 3, 2010
Michigan Tech vs. UMD North Dakota vs. UMD UMD vs. Vermont
MTU 0 0 1 1 UND 1 1 0 0 1 UMD 0 0 2 2
UMD 1 4 3 8 UMD 0 0 2 1 3 UV 1 2 2 5
Scoring Scoring Scoring
1st: UMD- Brady Lamb 4 (Rob Bordson, Mike Connol- 1st: UND- Brad Malone 4 (Evan Trupp, Andrew 1st: UV- Brayden Irwin 7 (Colin Vock, Kyle Medvec)
ly) 7:58 pp; 2nd: UMD- Justin Fontaine 8 (M. Connolly, MacWilliam) 14:54. 2nd: UND- Brett Hextall 4 (Jason 12:25 pp. 2nd: UV- Tobias Nilsson-Roos 2 ( Sebast
Bordson) 2:43 pp; UMD- Lamb 5 (M. Connolly, Cody Gregoire) 0:37. 3rd: UMD- Kyle Schmidt 6 (Rob Bord- Stalberg, David Pacan) 5:28; UV- Justin Milo 6 (Kevan
Danberg) 5:58; UMD- Fontaine 9 (Lamb, Jack Con- son, Travis Oleksuk) 1:15; UMD- Olesksuk 3 (Jack Miller, Wahsontiio Stacey) 11:25. 3rd: UV- Stacey 5
nolly) 14:28 pp; UMD- Fontaine 10 (Bordson, Travis Connolly, Mike Connolly) 19:27. OT: Justin Fontaine (Matt Marshall, Milo) 5:53 pp; UV- Stalberg 1 (Nilsson-
Oleksuk) 17:53; 3rd: UMD- M. Connolly 5 (Fontaine, 12 (J. Connolly, Dylan Olsen) 0:12 pp. Roos, Pacan) 10:16; UMD- Travis Oleksuk 6 (Rob
Scott Kishel) 0:28 pp; UMD- Fontaine 11 (Bordson, Saves Bordson, Mike Montgomery) 13:57 pp; UMD- Jack
Oleksuk) 11:12; UMD- Mike Montgomery 1 (M. Con- UND - Brad Eidsness 9-8-8-0--25 Connolly 13 (Scott Kishel) 17:51.
nolly, J. Connolly) 12:03; MTU- Brett Olson 1 13:11. UMD - Brady Hjelle 11-9-6-0--26 Saves
Saves Power Play: UND: 0-3 UMD: 1-4 UMD - Brady Hjelle 10-2-0--12
MTU - Kevin Genoe 12-4-x--16 Penalties: UND: 5/10 UMD: 4/8 UMD -Kenny Reiter x-1-5--6
MTU - Josh Robinson x-12-12--24 Attendance: 5,361 (sellout) UV - Rob Madore 4-8-11-23
UMD - Brady Hjelle 8-3-6--17 Power Play: UMD: 1-7 UV: 2-8
Power Play: MTU: 0-4 UMD: 4-8 Penalties: UMD: 9/18 UV: 8-16
Penalties: MTU: 9/29 UMD: 5/10 Game 17 • December 11, 2009
Attendance: 3,570
Attendance: 4,478 Denver vs. UMD
DU 0 2 1 3 Game 21 • January 8, 2010
Game 13 • November 20, 2009
UMD 0 1 1 2 Colorado College vs. UMD
UMD vs. Minnesota
Scoring CC 1 0 1 2
UMD 0 2 1 1 4 1st: No scoring. 2nd: DU- Jesse Martin 8 (William
Wrenn, Anthony Maiani) 7:50; UMD- Drew Akins 4 UMD 1 3 1 5
UM 0 2 1 0 3
(Justin Fontaine, Mike Montgomery) 14:25 pp; DU-
Joe Colborne 6 (Maiani, Patrick Wiercioch) 18:07 pp. Scoring
Scoring 1st: CC- Stephen Schultz 5 (David Civitarese, Nate
1st: No scoring 2nd: UM- Jordan Schroeder 3 (Mike 3rd: DU- Kyle Ostrow (Colborne, Tyler Ruegsegger)
7:20 pp; UMD- Mike Connolly (Montgomery, Brady Prosser) 10:12; UMD- Kyle Schmidt 9 (Rob Bordson,
Hoeffel) 0:43; UM- Jake Hansen 2 (Ryan Flynn) 5:00; Travis Oleksuk) 17:44. 2nd: UMD- Drew Akins 5
UMD- Jack Connolly 8 (Rob Bordson, Mike Seidel) Hjelle) 10:25.
Saves (Bordson, Scott Kishel) 4:31 pp; UMD- Mike Connolly
7:09 pp; UMD- Cody Danberg 1 (Mike Connolly, Scott 7 (Jack Connolly) 6:04; UMD- Justin Fontaine 14 (J.
Kishel) 15:42; 3rd: UMD- J. Connolly 9 (Danberg, DU - Marc Cheverie 10-5-13--28
UMD - Brady Hjelle 8-7-6--21 Connolly, M. Connolly) 11:03 pp. 3rd: CC- Bill Sweatt
Mike Montgomery) 5:59; UM- Nico Sacchetti 2 (Schro- 7 (Mike Testwuide) :44; UMD- Fontaine (M. Connolly,
eder, Aaron Ness) 17:41 pp; OT: UMD- Travis Oleksuk Power Play: DU: 2-4 UMD: 1-5
Penalties: DU: 5/10 UMD: 4/8 Brady Lamb) 2:25 pp.
2 (Justin Fontaine, Bordson) 4:48; Saves
Saves Attendance: 4,437 CC - Joe Howe 8-2-x--10
UMD - Kenny Reiter 8-6-12-0--26 CC -Tyler O’Brien x-1-11--12
UM - Alex Kangas 8-10-7-3--28 UMD - Kenny Reiter 10-5-2--17
Power Play: UMD: 1-6 UM: 1-3 Game 18 • December 12, 2009 Power Play: CC: 0-6 UMD: 1-6
Penalties: UMD: 4/8 UM: 7/14 Denver vs. UMD Penalties: CC: 10/23 UMD: 10/23
Attendance: 10,188 (sellout) Attendance: 3,958
DU 1 2 0 3
Game 14 • November 21, 2009 UMD 3 0 3 6
Game 22 • January 9, 2010
UMD vs. Minnesota
Scoring Colorado College vs. UMD
1st: UMD- Wade Bergman 1 (Justin Fontaine, Mike
UMD 0 1 2 3 Connolly) 4:38; UMD- Jack Connolly 11 (Fontaine, M. CC 0 0 1 1
UM 2 0 0 2 Connolly) 7:00; DU- Tyler Ruegsegger 9 (Matt Dono-
van, Chris Nutini) 7:18; UMD- Travis Oleksuk 4 (Rob UMD 1 1 2 4
Scoring Bordson, Mike Seidel) 8:49. 2nd: DU- Matt Glasser 2
1st: UM- Mike Hoeffel 6 (Kevin Wehrs, Nico Sacchetti) ( Donovan) 4:23; DU- Anthony Maiani 3 (Ruegsegger, Scoring
8:23; UM- Wehrs 2 (Patrick White, Jake Hansen) Rhett Rakhshani) 14:19 pp. 3rd: UMD- Kyle Schmidt 1st: UMD- Kyle Schmidt 10 (Rob Bordson, Brady
14:51 pp; 2nd: UMD- Jack Connolly 10 (Justin Fon- 7 (Oleksuk) 9:20; UMD- J. Connolly 12 ( M. Connolly, Lamb) 6:01. 2nd: UMD- Jack Connolly 14 (Mike
taine, Dylan Olsen) 6:27 pp. 3rd: UMD- Kyle Schmidt Schmidt) 13:47; UMD- Rob Bordson 4 (J. Connolly, Connolly, Justin Fontaine) 13:34 pp. 3rd: UMD- M.
4 3:22; UMD- Mike Montgomery 2 (Jordan Fulton, Montgomery) 17:11 pp. Connolly 8 (unassisted) 10:43; CC- Rylan Schwartz 5
Olsen) 17:58. Saves (Tim Hall, Gabe Guentzel) 15:58 pp; UMD- J. Connolly
Saves DU - Marc Cheverie 3-12-6--21 15 (Fontaine, Travis Oleksuk) 18:17 pp.
UMD - Brady Hjelle 16-11-7--36 UMD - Brady Hjelle 6-12-5--23 Saves
UM - Alex Kangas 11-12-7--30 Power Play: DU: 1-5 UMD: 1-4 CC - Joe Howe 7-8-9--24
Power Play: UMD: 1-5 UM: 1-3 Penalties: DU: 5/10 UMD: 6/23 UMD - Kenny Reiter 4-5-9--18
Penalties: UMD: 3/6 UM: 5/10 Power Play: CC: 1-6 UMD: 2-5
Attendance: 4,568
Penalties: CC: 9/18 UMD: 10/20
Attendance: 10,078 (sellout)
Attendance: 4,620
Game 19 • January 2, 2010
Game 15 • December 4, 2009 Mercyhurst vs. UMD
North Dakota vs. UMD
MC 0 0 0 0
UND 0 3 1 4
UMD 1 3 2 6
UMD 1 0 1 2
Scoring
Scoring 1st: UMD- Travis Oleksuk 5 (Rob Bordson, Mike
1st: UMD- Drew Akins 3 (Mike Seidel, Jordan Fulton) Montgomery) 13:29. 2nd: UMD- Kyle Schmidt 8 (Drew
8:32. 2nd: UND- Darcy Zajac 4 4:44; UND- Ben Akins, Jordan Fulton) 2:32; UMD- Brady Lamb 6 (Ful-
Blood 2 13:33; UND- Jason Gregoire 7 (Chris ton, Justin Fontaine) 4:42 sh; Fontaine 13 (Jack Con-
VandeVelde, Brett Hextall) 18:56 pp. 3rd: UMD- Kyle nolly, Scott Kishel) 6:39. 3rd: UMD- Cody Danberg
Schmidt 5 (Seidel, Akins) 3:56; UND- Gregoire 8 2 (Chad Huttel, J. Connolly) 11:04; UMD- Bordson 5
19:07 en. (Fontaine, Lamb) 12:10.
Saves Saves
UND - Brad Eidsness 9-5-15--29 MC - Ryan Zapolski 14-14-5--33
UMD - Kenny Reiter 13-13-6--32 MC - Max Strang 0-0-2--2
Power Play: UND: 1-6 UMD: 0-4 UMD - Kenny Reiter 7-16-3--26
Penalties: UND: 5/18 UMD: 6/12 Power Play: MC: 0-6 UMD: 0-4
Penalties: MC: 5/10 UMD: 7/14
Attendance: 5,057
Attendance: 4,003 (sellout)

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Game 23 • January 15, 2010 Game 27 • January 29, 2010 Game 31 • February 19, 2010
UMD vs. Minnesota State-Mankato Wisconsin vs. UMD UMD vs. North Dakota
UMD 0 2 0 2 UW 2 1 2 5 UMD 0 0 2 2
MSU 0 0 1 1 UMD 2 0 0 2 UND 2 1 2 5
Scoring Scoring Scoring
1st: No scoring. 2nd: UMD- David Grun 1 (Rob Bord- 1st: UMD- David Grun 2 (Drew Akins, Wade Berg- 1st: UND- Matt Frattin 3 (Brett Hextall, Brad Malo-
son, Mike Montgomery 11:55 pp; UMD- Olsen 1 (Mike man) 01:26; UW- John Mitchell 5 (Craig Smith, Ben ne) 12:04 pp; UND- Hextall 10 (Chris VandeVelde)
Connolly, Justin Fontaine) 12:22. 3rd: MSU- Kael Street) 10:29 pp; UW- Jake Gardiner 2 (Aaron Ben- 18:51 pp. 2nd: UND- Hextall 11 (Derrick LaPoint)
Mouillerat (Jerad Stewart, Geoff Irwin) 1:54 pp. dickson) 10:49; UMD- Jordan Fulton 2 (Grun, Akins) 04:24 sh. 3rd: UND- Danny Kristo 10 (Evan Trupp,
11:11. 2nd: UW- Brendan Smith 10 (Blake Geoffrion) Corban Knight) 01:46 pp; UMD- Justin Fontaine 18
Saves 09:01. 3rd: UW- Bendickson 4 (Gardiner) 18:38 en; (Keegan Flaherty) 09:13; UMD- Jake Hendrickson 1
UMD - Kenny Reiter 9-4-10--23 UW- Geoffrion 18 (Bendickson) 19:17. (Flaherty, Drew Olson) 17:22; UND- Jason Gregoire
MSU - Austin Lee 7-14-8--29 Saves 14 (Ben Blood, VandeVelde) 19:42 en.
Power Play: UMD: 1-7 MSU: 1-6 UW - Gudmandson 4-8-5--17 Saves
Penalties: UMD: 6/12 MSU: 7/14 UMD - Kenny Reiter 14-15-18--47 UMD - Kenny Reiter 7-5-4--16
Attendance: 4,075 Power Play: UW: 1-5 UMD: 0-7 UND - Brad Eidsness 15-15-5--31
Penalties: UW: 10/31 UMD: 8/27 Power Play: UMD: 0-7 UND: 3-7
Attendance: 5,170 Penalties: UMD: 7/14 UND: 7/14
Game 24 • January 16, 2010
Attendance: 11,725 (sellout)
UMD vs. MinnesotaState-Mankato
Game 28 • January 30, 2010
UMD 0 3 0 1 4 Wisconsin vs. UMD Game 32 • February 20, 2010
MSU 1 1 1 0 3 UW 0 0 0 0 UMD vs. North Dakota
Scoring UMD 2 1 1 4 UMD 0 1 0 1
1st: MSU- Nick Canzanello 2 (Tyler Pitlick, Michael
Dorr) 13:16. 2nd: UMD- Brady Lamb 7 (Jack Connolly, Scoring UND 2 1 2 5
Justin Fontaine) :31 pp; UMD- Rob Bordson 6 (Travis 1st: UMD- Justin Fontaine 17 (Jordan Fulton, Wade
Oleksuk) 7:25; UMD- Fontaine 16 (Lamb, J.Connolly) Bergman) 01:15; UMD- Brady Lamb 8 (Mike Connolly, Scoring
16:17 pp; MSU- Dorr 3 (Rylan Galiardi, Kurt Davis) Jack Connolly) 03:12 pp. 2nd: UMD- M. Connolly 1st: UND- Brett Hextall 12 (Matt Frattin) 04:16;
18:02. 3rd: MSU- Jerad Stewart (Davis) 19:42 ex; OT: 10 (J. Connolly, David Grun) 13:21. 3rd: UMD- Rob UND- Jason Gregoire 15 (Joe Gleason) 08:51. 2nd:
UMD- Mike Connolly 9 (unassisted) 3:43. Bordson 7 (Mike Seidel) 07:14. UMD- Justin Fontaine 19 (Mike Connolly, Jack Con-
Saves Saves nolly) 02:42 pp; UND- Mario Lamoureux 4 (Darcy
UMD - Kenny Reiter 13-4-11-0--28 UW - Brett Bennett 1-0-0--1 Zajac, Danny Kristo) 03:28. 3rd: UND- Lamoureux 5
MSU - Austin Lee 9-13-4-0--26 UW - Scott Gudmandson 11-7-8--26 17:27; UND- Chris VandeVelde (Gregoire, Ben Blood)
Power Play: UMD: 2-5 MSU: 1-4 UMD - Kenny Reiter 11-11-6--28 18:12 en.
Penalties: UMD: 12/24 MSU: 13/48 Power Play: UW: 0-5 UMD: 1-9 Saves
Attendance: 4,680 Penalties: UW: 13/29 UMD: 8/16 UMD - Kenny Reiter 6-0-0--6
UMD- Brady Hjelle 3-10-4--17
Attendance: 5,388 (sellout) UND - Brad Eidsness 8-6-8--22
Game 25 • January 22, 2010 Power Play: UMD: 1-4 UND: 0-6
UMD vs. Bemidji State Game 29 • February 05, 2010 Penalties: UMD: 6/12 UND: 4/8
UMD vs. Michigan Tech Attendance: 11,800 (sellout)
UMD 0 0 1 1
BSU 1 0 3 4 UMD 1 0 0 1 Game 33 • February 26, 2010
MTU 0 0 3 3 Minnesota vs. UMD
Scoring
1st: BSU- Ian Lowe 10 (Jordan George, Brad Hunt)
Scoring UM 1 0 2 3
11:04. 2nd: No Scoring. 3rd: BSU- Hunt 7 (Jamie
1st: UMD- Rob Bordson 8 (David Grun, Scott
MacQueen, Lowe) 3:48 pp; BSU- Lowe 11 (George)
Kishel) 8:07. 2nd: No Scoring 3rd: MTU- Bennett UMD 0 1 1 2
9:54; BSU Brance Orban 3 (Ben Kinne) 11:09; UMD
Royer 3 (Brett Olson, Eric Kattelus) 2:09 pp; MTU-
Jack Connolly 16 (Rob Bordson, Mike Connolly) Scoring
Kattelus 2 (Drew Dobson, Jordan Baker) 2:32;
15:34 pp. 1st: UM- Nick Larson 3 (Jake Hansen) 12:59 2nd:
MTU- Olson 16 (Ricky Doriott) 19:50 en.
Saves UMD- David Grun 4 (Rob Bordson, Jordan Fulton)
UMD - Kenny Reiter 10-6-4--20 19:56, pp. 3rd: UM- Cade Fairchild 4 (Jordan Schro-
Saves
UMD- Brady Hjelle x-x-2--2 eder) 9:13; UMD- Travis Oleksuk 8 (Brady Lamb, Mike
UMD - Kenny Reiter 6-8-6--20
BSU- Dan Bakala 7-12-10--29 Connolly)10:35 pp; UM- Jacob Cepis (Nick Leddy,
MTU - Kevin Genoe 15-15-5--35
Power Play: UMD: 1-5 BSU: 1-2 Hansen) 14:59.
Power Play: UMD: 0-5 MTU: 1-4
Penalties: UMD: 6/12 BSU: 4/8 Saves
Penalties: UMD: 4/8 MTU: 5/10
Attendance: 2,414 (sellout) UM - Alex Kangas 11-8-13--32
Attendance: 2,461 UMD - Brady Hjelle 9-10-2--21
Power Play: UM: 0-4 UMD: 2-5
Game 26 • January 23, 2010 Penalties: UM: 5/10 UMD: 4/11
Bemidji State vs. UMD Game 30 • February 06, 2010
Attendance: 5,385 (Sellout)
UMD vs. Michigan Tech
BSU 1 0 3 1 5
UMD 0 1 2 3 Game 34 • February 27, 2010
UMD 1 1 2 0 4 Minnesota vs. UMD
MTU 2 0 0 2
Scoring UM 0 0 0 0
1st: BSU- Chris McKlevie 7 (Jamie Mac Queen, Tyler Scoring
Lehrke) 10:11; UMD- Chad Huttel 1 (Drew Akins) 1st: MTU- Steven Seigo 3 (Jordan Baker, Eric Kat- UMD 0 2 1 3
18:10. 2nd: UMD- Jordan Fulton 1 (David Grun, Dylan telus) 9:38; MTU- Baker 8 (Seigo, Kattelus) 17:01
Olsen) 10:27. 3rd: BSU- Matt Read 14 (Ben Kinne) pp. 2nd: UMD- David Grun 3 (Scott Kishel, Travis Scoring
07:14 sh; UMD- Travis Oleksuk 7 (Mike Montgomery, Oleksuk) 11:21 pp. 3rd: UMD- Drew Akins 6 (Justin 1st: No Scoring 2nd: UMD- Justin Fontaine 20 (Jack
Grun) 08:21 pp; BSU- Ian Lowe 12 (Ryan Cramer, Fontaine, Mike Connolly) 10:26 pp; UMD- M. Connolly Connolly, Mike Montgomery) 8:17; UMD- Brady
Read) 13:37 pp; UMD- Mike Seidel 5 (Rob Bordson, 11 (Jack Connolly, Wade Bergman) 12:16 sh. Lamb 9 (Travis Oleksuk, Mike Connolly) 9:43 pp. 3rd:
Oleksuk) 14:06 ; BSU- Kinne 7 (Dan MacIntyre) 19:58. UMD- Justin Fontaine 21 (M. Connolly, Montgomery)
Overtime: BSU- George 9 (Ian Lowe, Neal Hunt) Saves 17:29 en.
00:36. UMD - Kenny Reiter 8-7-6--21 Saves
Saves MTU - Kevin Genoe 11-13-12--36 UM - Alex Kangas 14-10-10--34
BSU - Dan Bakala 10-12-9--31 Power Play: UMD: 2-7 MTU: 1-3 UMD - Brady Hjelle 5-8-9--22
UMD - Brady Hjelle 6-5-8--19 Penalties: UMD: 6/12 MTU: 11/22 Power Play: UM: 0-4 UMD: 1-4
Power Play: BSU: 1-4 UMD: 1-5 Attendance: 2,464 Penalties: UM: 4/8 UMD: 4/8
Penalties: BSU: 6/12 UMD: 5/10 Attendance: 5,411 (Sellout)
Attendance: 5,396 (sellout)

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Game 35 • March 5, 2010 Game 39 • March 14, 2010
UMD vs. Alaska Anchorage Colorado College vs. UMD

UMD 1 0 1 2 CC 0 0 0 0 2009-10 UMD SUPERLATIVES
UAA 1 0 2 3 UMD 1 2 1 4
AHCA/Reebok All-American Team (West)
Scoring Scoring
1st: UAA- Kevin Clark 20 (Alex Gellert, Nils Back- 1st: UMD- Kyle Schmidt 11 (Cody Danberg, Drew Jack Connolly (Second Team)
2006-2007 WCHA STATISTICS

strom) 9:21; UMD- Travis Oleksuk 9 (Brady Lamb, Akins) 2:39 2nd: UMD- Brady Lamb 11 (Justin
Jack Connolly) 17:40 pp. 2nd: No Scoring 3rd: UAA- Fontaine, Jack Connolly) 5:26; UMD- Rob Bordson All-WCHA
Tyler Currier 1 (Jade Portmood, Luka Vidmar) 2:44; 12 (Fontaine, Lamb) 19:43 pp. 3rd: Mike Connolly 14 Jack Connolly (First Team)
UMD- J. Connolly 17 (Mike Connolly) 16:51; UAA- (Fontaine, Lamb) 00:46 pp.
Clark 21 (Vidmar) 19:38. Saves Justin Fontaine (Second Team)
Saves CC - Joe Howe 3-9-6--18
indsidecollegehockey.com All-WCHA Team
2007-2008 BULLDOG GAME SUMMARIES

UMD - Brady Hjelle 5-6-7--18 UMD- Kenny Reiter 9-16-10--25


UAA- Jon Olthuis 10-5-9--24 Power Play: CC: 0-7 UMD: 2-8 Jack Connolly
Power Play: UMD: 1-6 UAA: 0-5 Penalties: CC: 11/33 UMD: 10/31
Penalties: UMD: 6/12 UAA: 7/14 Attendance: 3,402 indsidecollegehockey.com
Attendance: 2,944 WCHA Breakthrough Player of the Year
Rob Bordson
Game 36 • March 6, 2010 Game 40 • March 18, 2010
UMD vs. Alaska Anchorage UMD vs. North Dakota WCHA Player of the Week
Oct. 20 Justin Fontaine (Offensive/MSU)
UMD 0 3 3 6 UMD 0 0 0 0 Nov. 17 Justin Fontaine (Offensive/MTU)
UAA 0 1 2 3 UND 0 0 2 2 Jan. 12 Mike Connolly (Offensive/CC)
Scoring Catamount Cup All-Tournament Team
1st: No Scoring 2nd: UMD- Jordan Fulton 3 (Justin
Scoring
1st: No Scoring 2nd: No Scoring 3rd: UND- Jason
Fontaine, Jack Connolly) 00:19; UMD- J. Connolly Gregoire 20 (Chris VandeVelde, Derrick LaPoint) Justin Fontaine
18 (Fulton) 6:56; UMD- Rob Bordson 9 (Brady Lamb, 12:22 sh; UND- Evan Trupp 6 (Danny Kristo, Vande-
Fontaine) 11:06 pp; UAA- Kevin Clark 22 (Josh Velde) 18:01. WCHA Scholar-Athlete Award
Lunden, Luka Vidmar) 19:29 pp. 3rd: UAA- Tommy Saves Rob Bordson
Grant 9 (Craig Parkinson) 3:43 sh; UMD- David Grun UMD - Kenny Reiter 10-15-7--32
5 (Fulton) 4:10 pp; UMD- Grun 6 (Bordson, Fulton) UND - Brad Eidsness 4-6-12--22
Brady Hjelle
9:33 pp; UAA- Clark 23 (Parkinson, Grant) 14:33 ex; Power Play: UMD: 0-5 UND: 0-5 Kenny Reiter
UMD- Lamb 10 (unassisted) 16:00 en. Penalties: UMD: 5/10 UND: 5/10
Saves
Kyle Schmidt
Attendance: 15,292 (at the Xcel Energy Center)
UMD - Kenny Reiter 9-5-10--24
UAA - Jon Olthuis 8-4-6--18 WCHA All-Academic Team
Power Play: UMD: 3-5 UAA: 1-5 Drew Akins
Penalties: UMD: 6/12 UAA: 7/14 Rob Bordson
Attendance: 4,168 POLL POSITION Jack Connolly
A weekly look at how UMD has fared Justin Fontaine
Game 37 • March 12, 2010 during the 2009-10 season in the vari-
ous weeky national polls and Pairwise David Grun
Colorado College vs. UMD
rankings: Brady Hjelle
CC 1 1 0 0 2 Week USCHO.com USA Today Pairwise Chad Huttel
UMD 1 1 0 1 3 Preseason No Poll RV --- Kenny Reiter
Oct. 5 18th RV --- Chase Ryan
Scoring Oct. 12 RV RV ---
1st: UMD- Rob Bordson 10 (Travis Oleksuk) 8:48; Oct. 19 18th 14th --- Kyle Schmidt
CC- Nick Dineen 5 (Doug Leaverton, Kris Fredheim) Oct. 26 RV RV ---
9:50. 2nd: CC- Dineen 6 (Scott Winkler, Addison Nov. 2 20th RV ---
DeBoer) 6:04; UMD- Bordson 11 (Mike Montgomery, Nov. 9 18th RV ---
Justin Fontaine) 12:38 pp. 3rd: No Scoring. OT: Nov. 16 20th RV ---
UMD- Mike Connolly 12 (Jack Connolly, Jordan Nov. 23 14th 13th ---
Fulton) 6:42. Nov. 30 12th 12th ---
Saves Dec. 7 12th 14th ---
CC - Joe Howe 8-10-8-6--32 Dec. 14 12th 14th ---
UMD- Kenny Reiter 4-9-4-2--24 Dec. 21 No Poll 14th ---
Power Play: CC: 0-2 UMD: 1-2 Jan. 4 13th 13th 14th
Penalties: CC: 4/8 UMD: 4/8 Jan. 11 10th 10th 11th
Attendance: 3,461 Jan. 18 4th 4th 3rd
Jan. 25 9th 9th 8th(t)
Feb. 1 6th 6th 6th(t)
Game 38 • March 13, 2010 Feb. 8 7th 8th 9th(t)
Colorado College vs. UMD Feb. 15 6th 6th 9th(t)
Feb. 22 10th 11th 12th(t)
CC 0 3 2 5 March 1 12th 12th 14th(t)
March 8 14th 14th 15th
UMD 1 2 0 3 March 15 11th 11th 11th(t)
March 22 14th RV 17th
Scoring
1st: UMD- Mike Connolly 13 (Jack Connolly, Brady
Lamb) 8:48 pp. 2nd: CC- Tyler Johnson (Nate
Prosser, Brian McMillin) 9:50. CC-Addison DeBoer (5)
(Nick Dineen, Andrew Hamburg) 2:23; Jordan Fulton
(4) (Mike Montgomery, Wade Bergman) 7:19 pp; Tra- Justin Fontaine
vis Oleksuk 10 (M. Connolly, J. Connolly) 20:56 pp;
Mike Testwuide 21 (Bill Sweatt, Nate Prosser) 15:52
pp. 3rd: CC- Scott Winkler 1 (DeBoer, Ryan Lowery)
5:17; CC- Dineen 7 (Bill Sweatt) 19:45 en.
Saves
CC - Joe Howe 9-9-19--37
UMD- Kenny Reiter 7-9-10--26
Power Play: CC: 1-5 UMD: 3-7
Penalties: CC: 10/20 UMD: 8/16
Attendance: 3,956

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UMD vs. ALL-TIME OPPONENTS
UMD vs. ALL-TIME OPPONENTS
TEAM W L T FIRST GAME LAST GAME
Air Force 3 0 0 11-24-72 1-2-99
Alaska Anchorage 38 19 12 11-8-85 3-6-10
Alaska Fairbanks 4 0 0 10-26-84 12-17-88
U. of Alberta 1 1 0 12-15-89 12-16-89
Army 3 1 0 12-27-63 10-12-96
Augsburg College 9 0 0 1949-50 2-15-61
Bemidji State 18 9 0 2-8-48 1-23-10
Boston College 4 10 1 12-30-67 10-10-03
Boston University 6 10 3 12-31-68 11-9-91

THE 2006-2007 OPPONENTS


Bowdoin College 1 0 0 1-13-76 1-13-76
Bowling Green 4 1 0 1-4-81 12-30-06
U. of British Columbia* 1 0 0 10-3-09 10-3-09
Brown University 6 2 0 12-30-65 11-20-04
Brynas Tigers (Sweden)* 0 1 0 1-2-95 1-2-95
U. of Calgary* 2 0 0 11-26-70 12-28-91
Canadian National Team* 0 1 0 10-17-99 10-17-99
Carleton College (MN) 2 0 0 2-13-48 2-24-48
Carleton University (CANADA) 1 0 0 12-28-72 12-28-72
Clarkson 4 2 0 1-3-81 10-31-09
Colgate University 3 2 1 12-28-64 12-29-00
Colorado College 79 83 6 1-19-63 3-14-10
Concordia College 3 0 0 2-18-59 1-10-61
Cornell University 0 1 1 11-28-68 12-28-05
Czechoslovakia Olympic/National Team 0 1 0 12-31-71 12-31-71
Czech Selects* 1 0 0 12-29-92 12-29-92
Dartmouth College 3 1 0 12-26-53 12-30-95
Denver 72 105 9 12-28-61 12-12-09
Duluth Cathedral HS 1 0 0 1931-32 1931-32
Duluth Central HS 0 2 0 1930-31 1931-32
Duluth JC 3 1 0 1931-32 1948-49
Eveleth JC 0 3 0 1930-31 1931-32
Ferris State 4 0 1 11-24-80 10-14-95
Eastern Olympic 0 1 0 12-28-65 12-28-65
402 Lounge 0 1 1 1-30-51 1-30-51
Gorky Torpedo (USSR)* 0 1 0 1-4-80 1-4-80
Gustavus Adolphus College 14 0 0 1952-53 1-31-61
Hamline University 16 0 0 1948-49 2-2-61
Harvard 9 4 0 1-3-58 12-21-96
HV-71 (Sweden)* 0 1 0 1-2-98 1-2-98
Illinois-Chicago 2 0 0 10-23-81 10-24-81
Japan Olympic/National Team* 2 0 0 1-30-60 2-5-80
Lakehead University 9 0 0 12-6-51 10-5-08
Lake Superior State 7 3 4 11-27-71 10-9-09
Latvian National Team* 1 0 0 12-15-03 12-15-03
Laurentian University 1 1 0 12-13-68 12-14-68
Macalester College 16 4 1 1947-48 1-16-61
Maine 5 3 0 12-30-84 12-27-05
U. of Manitoba 8 1 1 2-16-62 11-26-71
Massachusetts-Lowell 10 2 1 1-4-85 1-2-09
Mercyhurst College 1 0 0 1-2-10 1-2-10
Merrimack College 0 1 0 12-28-01 12-28-01
McGill University 1 0 0 12-29-64 12-29-64
Miami University (OH) 0 1 0 3-28-09 3-28-09
Michigan 17 23 1 1-7-64 10-13-01
Michigan State 19 31 0 12-22-61 1-10-81
Michigan Tech 76 118 18 12-31-52 2-6-10
Michigan Tech JV 7 1 1 1-20-56 2-8-61
Minnesota 71 128 13 12-13-52 2-27-10
Minnesota State-Mankato 19 14 5 10-17-97 1-16-10
Moscow Dynamo (USSR)* 0 1 0 12-11-89 12-11-89
Nebraska-Omaha 4 1 0 12-5-97 10-12-01
New Hampshire 11 2 0 11-27-69 11-25-00
North Dakota 73 132 9 12-28-54 3-18-10
North Dakota JV 1 1 0 1956-57 1956-57
Notre Dame 10 18 4 2-12-71 1-3-09
Northeastern University 5 4 0 12-31-81 12-27-99
Northern Arizona 3 0 0 12-28-82 11-10-84
Northern Michigan 32 33 4 11-27-81 10-11-09
Norway Olympic/National Team 0 1 0 3-3-62 3-3-62
Ohio University 2 0 0 1-16-70 1-17-70
Ohio State 0 2 1 12-27-74 12-29-06
Pori Aces (Finland)* 1 0 0 12-27-96 12-27-96
Princeton 2 1 0 12-20-80 3-27-09
Providence College 12 7 1 12-27-72 11-14-98
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) 6 3 0 12-30-64 1-4-03
U. of Regina* 2 0 0 10-15-00 10-6-01
St. Cloud State 37 53 6 1-20-47 10-24-09
St. John’s University 13 5 0 1949-50 1-11-60
St. Lawrence University 2 1 0 12-29-79 10-23-93
St. Louis University 1 0 0 3-9-74 3-9-74
St. Mary’s College (MN) 1 0 0 2-6-60 2-6-60
St. Olaf 2 0 0 1949-50 19-50-51
St. Petersburg Red Army* 0 1 0 12-29-93 12-29-93
St. Scholastica 1 0 0 11-23-73 11-23-73
St. Thomas (MN) 13 8 0 1-7-50 1-17-61
Swiss Selects* 1 0 0 1-2-96 1-2-96
Team USA* 3 13 0 12-28-55 1-5-88
U. of Toronto 2 0 0 12-18-61 12-19-61
Two Harbors High School 1 0 0 1931-32 1931-32
Union College 6 0 1 12-28-94 11-22-03
U.S. International University 4 0 1 10-20-81 10-12-85
U.S. National Under-18 Team* 1 1 0 1-7-06 12-14-08
Vermont 6 5 1 3-10-74 1-3-10
Warroad Lakers 1 10 0 1956-57 2-14-64
West End Civic Club 1 2 0 1946-47 1946-47
Western Michigan 2 0 0 10-17-08 10-18-08
U. of Winnipeg 0 0 1 1956-57 1956-57
Wisconsin 57 87 13 1-6-68 1-30-10
Yale 5 1 0 10-30-75 11-26-05
York University* 2 0 0 10-30-92 10-31-92
Boldface indicates 2010-11 opponents
*Includes exhibition games

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December 10, 1930. Duluth State Teach-
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er’s College announces that intercollegiate
ice hockey will be added to the institution’s
varsity sports program.

January 13, 1931. DSTC bows to Duluth


MEMORABLE UMD HOCKEY MOMENTS

Central High School 3-0 at the Duluth


Amphitheater in the club’s first varsity
hockey game. Subsequently, the fledgling
team drops all three of its contests in its
inaugural campaign. Head Coach Frank
Kovach, who also helped start both the
Bulldog intercollegiate football and men’s
basketball programs that same year,
awards 15 varsity letters.

February 27, 1932. DSTC wins its first


intercollegiate hockey game with a 3-2
decision over Two Harbors High School
at the Duluth Amphitheater.

June 10, 1946. Following a 14-year ab-


sence, ice hockey is reinstated as a varsity
sport by adminstrative officials at Duluth
State Teacher’s College.

February 24, 1949. Goaltender Norm The Bulldogs played in the cozy confines of the Duluth Curling Club from the
Thompson and the Bulldogs shut out early 1950s through the 1965-66 season ...
Carleton College 3-0 in Duluth to close out
the year with a 7-0-0 overall record for their lion Arena-Auditorium Complex. But due February 18, 1966. The Bulldogs take
only unbeaten, untied season in history. to construction delays with the facility (it to the Duluth Curling Club ice sheet for a
wouldn’t officially open until July 1966), the final time, falling 8-3 to the University of
June 27, 1949. After two seasons play- national event is later switched to Williams Michigan. A gathering of just over 2,000
ing as an independent, UMD is accepted Arena in Minneapolis. The Duluth Arena, spectators witness the finale.
into the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic however, would eventually host the NCAA
Conference. Championships in both 1968 and 1981. March 13, 1966. Senior defenseman Bob
Hill is among six players selected to 1965-
December 13, 1957. UMD dumps visiting April 3, 1965. UMD Provost Raymond 66 AHCA All-American first team -- the first
Michigan Tech University 5-3 for its first tri- Darland announces that the Bulldogs will Bulldog to ever earn such a distinction.
umph over an NCAA Division I institution. officially become the eighth team in the
prestigious WCHA beginning with the 1965- November 19, 1966. In the inaugural game
February 18, 1959. Junior center Orest 66 season. The Bulldogs join Minnesota, at the newly-constructed Duluth Arena,
Wojcichowsky nets 10 points (four goals North Dakota, Colorado College, Denver, All-American senior center Keith “Huffer”
and six assists) against Concordia College Michigan Tech, Michigan State and Michi- Christiansen, who later that year would be
in what would stand as a UMD (pre-NCAA gan in the newly-expanded circuit. named the WCHA’s Most Valuable Player,
Division I) single-game record. The Bull- collects a school-record six assists to help
dogs win the MIAC confrontation 16-0 at February 11, 1966. The Bulldogs end propel the Bulldogs past Minnesota 8-1
the Duluth Curling Club. their 14-game winless WCHA streak by before a sellout crowd of 5,700.
clipping North Dakota 3-2 in overtime in
February 15, 1961. In its final game as Grand Forks, ND, for the school’s first
members of the MIAC, UMD blanks Augs- league victory.
burg College 19-0 at the Duluth Curling
Club. The victory was the Bulldogs’ 56th
straight in league play and assured UMD
of its sixth consecutive MIAC title.

August 10, 1961. UMD abandons the


MIAC in hopes of establishing itself as a
legitimate big-time college hockey school.
The University officially elects to compete
as a Division I independent and releases a
1961-62 schedule which features engage-
ments against Western Collegiate Hockey
Association powers such as the University
of Minnesota, Michigan Tech, Michigan
State University, and the University of
Denver.

December 19, 1964. In what was then an


NCAA Division I single-game record, se-
nior goaltender Bill Halbrehder makes 77
saves in the Bulldogs’ 6-5 overtime loss to
the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.

March 20, 1965. The 1966 NCAA Divi-


sion I Ice Hockey Tournament and the
accompanying American Hockey Coaches
Association Convention is awarded to ... before christening the Duluth Arena (which later became known as the Duluth
the city of Duluth and its new $6.1 mil- Entertainment and Convention Center) on Nov. 19, 1966

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April 4, 1970. Following his debut col-

MEMORABLE UMDMEMORABLE
legiate season, center Murray Keogan is November 3, 1978. Down 4-0 with just
named an NCAA I All-American (the only over 7:30 to play in regualtion, the Bull-
UMD newcomer to ever be so honored) and dogs stage, what the Duluth News-Tribune
also lands All-WCHA first team and WCHA describes as a “Miracle Rally” by defeating
Rookie of the Year recognition. visiting North Dakota 5-4 in overtime. Ju-

MEMORABLE UMD HOCKEY MOMENTS


nior center and future All-American Mark
March 12, 1971 - Center Pat Boutette Pavelich scores two of the Bulldogs’ four
rams in a rebound for his second goal of third period goals, including the equalizer
the game seven minutes into overtime with 0:02 on the clock and Dan Lempe’s
to give the Bulldogs a 4-3 triumph over goal at the 5:43 mark of overtime caps the
Michigan State in the opening round of comeback win.
the WCHA playoffs in Denver, CO. The
victory is UMD’s first-ever in WCHA post- January 29, 1979. Two days following a
season play. 10- thumping of Wisconsin at the DECC
and extending its unbeaten streak to 13
December 17, 1971. Over a dozen school- games (11-0-2), UMD emerges as the

HOCKEY MOMENTS
single game records fall by the wayside No. 1 team in the WMPL-Radio Coaches
as the Bulldogs paste Minnesota 15-3 in Poll. It marks the first time in team history
Minneapolis. A pair of All-American centers that UMD is tabbed as nation’s top dog in
-- Walt Ledingham and Pat Boutette -- each any poll.
record hat tricks to lead the scoring on-
slaught for UMD which struck for nine goals March 7, 1979. Despite losing 4-2 (in over-
in the second period (including eight in a time) to Denver, the Bulldogs still managed

UMD HOCKEY MOMENTS


six-minute span) in the WCHA contest. to win their two-game, total-goal WCHA
Pat Boutette quarterfinal playoff series with the Pioneers
November 17, 1972. Buoyed by the five- 7-6 at the Duluth Arena to advance to the
goal performance of senior Steve “Pokey” second round of the league’s post-season
Trachsel, UMD opens play at the Christmas January 13, 1973. In what arguably ranks tournament for the first time. UMD, which
City of the North Tournament in Duluth with as the greatest UMD comeback of all time, sported a pair of All-Americans in Curt Giles
an 11-4 rout of Lake Superior State Uni- the Bulldogs rally from a 6-2 deficit with and Mark Pavelich, placed third in the final
versity. Trachsel, who had been deployed just 5:21 remaining in regulation to edge WCHA standings -- its inaugural finish in
at defense during his first three collegiate Michigan Tech 7-6 in overtime at the Duluth the league’s upper division.
seasons before moving up to wing in 1972- Arena. Bulldog junior center Pat Boutette
73, sets a club mark (one that still stands) scored three straight goals (a natural hat March 8, 1980. In his 146th, and final,
with the five scores and equals another trick) in a span of 2:37 during the comeback outing in a Bulldog sweater - a 7-6 WCHA
team record by adding one assist for a six- effort before rookie right winger Tom Milani playoff setback at Colorado College -- se-
point evening. Despite the record-breaking notched the game-winner 3:02 (on an assist nior center Dan Lempe tallies once to finish
performance, Trachsel was overlooked by from Boutette) into the extra session. as UMD’s all-time scoring leader with 222
the selection committee for a spot on the points on 79 goals and 143 assists.
All-Tournament first team. February 23, 1974. UMD sets a single-
game attendance record at the Duluth March 19, 1983. After bowing to Provi-
Arena as 6,158 spectators watch Michigan dence College 7-3 the previous night,
Tech shade the Bulldogs 5-3. UMD succumbs 3-2 to the host Friars in
its first showing in an NCAA playoff series.
March 16, 1974. The host Bulldogs upend It turns out to be the final collegiate outing
the University of Vermont 7-4 to capture for sophomore puckstopping sensation
the short-lived (it lasted just one year) Bob Mason,the WCHA Most Valuable
National Invitational Hockey Tournament, Player Award recipient who would go on to
a four-team event patterned after college tend goal for the U.S. at the 1984 Winter
basketball’s NIT, for clubs which didn’t Olympics.
qualify for NCAA post-season play.

October 24, 1975. In his first collegiate


game with the Bulldogs, freshman right
winger John “Bah” Harrington raps in a
centering pass from Ernie Powell past goal-
tender Blane Comstock 4:04 into overtime
to give host UMD a 4-3 win over the United
States Olympic Team.

December 16, 1977. Just 13 days after


equalling a UMD record for points in one
game (six), junior All-American defense-
man Curt Giles ties a club single-game
mark for assists when he sets up six goals
to spark the Bulldogs to a 7-6 victory at
Colorado College.
Steve “Pokey” Trachsel December 29, 1977. Wearing Eveleth High
School Golden Bear uniforms because their
new home jerseys had yet to arrive, the
Bulldogs upend Brown University 4-1. Four
different UMD skaters score in the victory,
including junior center and Eveleth native
Mark Pavelich.
Bob Mason

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MEMORABLE UMD HOCKEY MOMENTS

Head Coach Mike Sertich and the Bulldogs were the toast of the town in the WCHA in both 1983-84 (above) and 1984-85.

February 17, 1984. Sparked by senior left March 24, 1984. Making its inaugural ap- March 30, 1985. After losing a heartbreak-
winger Bob Lakso’s hat trick, UMD upends pearance in the finals of the NCAA Cham- ing 5-4 triple-overtime decision the previous
Wisconsin 4-2 at the Duluth Arena to se- pionships, UMD falls 5-4 in four overtimes evening to eventual NCAA champion RPI.,
cure its first WCHA title.The Bulldogs had to Bowling Green in Lake Placid, NY. The UMD rebounds with a 6-5 triumph in one
dedicated the season to athletic director 97-minute, 11-second game was, at the overtime against Boston College to capture
Ralph Romano, who died of a heart attack time, the longest in NCAA post-season third place at the NCAA National Champi-
while watching a UMD-Denver game at the history. Bulldog freshman goaltender Rick onships at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, MI.
Duluth Arena three months earlier. Kosti turns back a tournament-record 55
shots in the setback. March 1, 1986. In his final collegiate home
March 10, 1984. Forced to host a “home” appearance, sophomore right winger Brett
series at Williams (Mariucci) Arena in Min- December 22, 1984. UMD concludes Hull beats Northern Michigan netminder
neapolis due to a scheduling conflict with its six-day tour of the Soviet Union, thus Dennis Jiannaris at the 15:38 mark of the
the Duluth Arena, the Bulldogs blitz North becoming the first American collegiate ice third period in the Bulldogs’ WCHA quarter-
Dakota 8-1 before a near-capacity crowd hockey team to ever visit that country. The final playoff series with the Wildcats at the
of 7,297 in the first of a two-game WCHA Bulldogs split a two-game exhibition series Duluth Arena for his 50th goal of the year
playoff championship series. UMD goes on with the Junior Red Army in Leningrad and (and fourth of the night). That eclipsed the
to defeat the Fighting Sioux, 12-6, in the in Moscow during their historic voyage. previous Bulldog single-season record of
total-goal set, becoming just the second 49 set three years earlier by Bill Watson.
team ever to claim league regular season February 16, 1985. The Bulldogs, behind The All-WCHA right wing would go on to
and playoff titles in the same season. a pair of goals from junior right winger Bill finish the year with 52 goals.
Watson, claim their second straight WCHA
March 22, 1984. One week after derail- regular season crown by skating past Michi-
ing visiting Clarkson for their first NCAA gan Tech 4-3 at the Duluth Arena.
playoff series win ever, the Bulldogs beat
North Dakota in the semifinals of the NCAA March 25, 1985. Third-year Head Coach
Championships in Lake Placid, NY. The Mike Sertich is selected the WCHA’s Coach
thrilling 2-1 overtime victory is sealed when of the Year for an unprecedented third
sophomore All-American right winger Bill season in a row.
Watson scores off a Bob Lakso feed in
front of the net at the 3:09 mark of the first March 29, 1985 One day before he was to
extra session. record his 109th point of the season (which,
at the time, was an NCAA Division I record),
March 23, 1984. Senior defenseman Tom junior right winger Bill Watson is bestowed
Kurvers, who was chosen the WCHA’s with the Hobey Baker Memorial Award.
Most Valuable Player earlier in the month, Watson, who had earlier been named the
becomes the first Bulldog to win the Hobey WCHA’s Most Valuable Player after leading
Baker Memorial Award, which recognizes that circuit in scoring for a second straight
the most outstanding player in college season, becomes the second Bulldog in as
hockey. many years to receive the prized national
honor. Brett Hull

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January 30, 1988. In a special in pre-game March 15, 1998. Basically left for dead February 21, 2004. Junior left winger Marco

MEMORABLE UMDMEMORABLE
ceremony at the DECC (Duluth Arena), the and down 4-0 with less than 14 minutes Peluso scores three times (all on the power
UMD Department of Intercollegiate Athletics remaining in regulation, the Bulldogs rally play, matching a UMD single-game mark)
officially retires Keith “Huffer” Christiansen’s to defeat the University of Minnesota 5-4 for his first collegiate hat trick, and, in the
familar No. 9 jersey, marking the first time in the third and deciding game of their process, sparks the Bulldogs to a 5-3 WCHA
the school has bestowed any of its athletes best-of-three WCHA playoff series at the triumph over host Colorado College. The
with that honor. DECC. Five different Bulldogs score in the victory extends UMD’s unbeaten streak to
victory, including senior Mike Peluso whose a school-record 14 games.
February 25, 1989. Junior Dale Jago goal 10:49 into the extra session caps the
scores one goal and assists on another in a comeback and gives UMD its first-ever March 18, 2004. UMD’s prodigious regular
6-3 WCHA playoff loss to Northern Michigan overtime win over the Gophers. season does not go unnoticed as two of the
in Marquette. In the process, Jago finishes WCHA’s major honors are bestowed on
first among his teammates in scoring and March 19, 1998. After injuring his ankle in Bulldogs at the league’s Awards Banquet.
thus becomes the first full-time Bulldog the previous day’s practice, senior work- Senior wing Junior Lessard is chosen the
defenseman to ever do so. horse Brant Nicklin is scratched from the WCHA’s Player of the Year -- the seventh
lineup for the WCHA Final Five opener with Bulldog to be so recognized -- after topping
November 4, 1989. The Bulldogs equal St. Cloud State and thus ends a string of 76 that circuit in both scoring and goals while

HOCKEY MOMENTS
itsbest start ever (8-0-0) by pounding Alaska straight starts in goal (a streak unmatched Scott Sandelin lands the WCHA Coach of
Anchorage 7-1 at the DECC en route to until the 2008-09 season by any NCAA the Year Award after he directed UMD to
receiving the No. 1 ranking in the WMPL- netminder). its highest league finish (second place)
Radio national college hockey poll. in 11 years. Sandelin would go on to also
April 18, 2000. One month after receiv- lay claim to the Spencer Penrose Award
March 3, 1991. All-American junior goalten- ing the WCHA’s Student-Athlete of the as the NCAA I Coach of the Year, joining
der Chad Erickson establishes a then-team Year Award, senior center Jeff Scissons is Mike Sertich (1983-84) as the only two

UMD HOCKEY MOMENTS


record when he makes his 64th consecutive named a GTE Academic All-American (first Bulldog bosses to win that particular piece
start in the Bulldogs’ WCHA playoff series at team) -- the first UMD athlete to ever be so of hardware.
Wisconsin. The 5-2 UMD setback marks his honored. Scissons, who never missed a
final outing with the Bulldogs as he later that game (153 outings, which at the time was March 28, 2004. In the first NCAA playoff
month signed on with the National Hockey an NCAA record and remains the top iron- meeting ever between the two archrivals,
League’s New Jersey Devils.. man mark in team history) during his four the Bulldogs ambush two-time defending
years at UMD, went on to graduate later national champion Minnesota 3-1 to seize
February 27, 1993. The Bulldogs skate that spring with a 3.91 cumulative grade the NCAA Midwest Regional title in Grand
off with their third WCHA title by blanking point average while majoring in finance. Rapids, Mich. Forwards Evan Schwabe,
visiting St. Cloud State 4-0 for their first Luke Stauffacher and Jesse Unklesbay
shutout in 283 games. Junior left wing March 22, 2003. UMD gets goals from each collect a goal in the victory -- UMD’s
Chris Marinucci contributes two goals in six different players in a 6-4 victory over fifth in six tries against the Gophers that
the triumph while rookie netminder Taras Minnesota State University-Mankato to winter -- and junior goaltender Isaac Reich-
Lendzyk turns aside all 18 Husky shots in capture third place at the WCHA Final muth turns aside 22 of 23 shots en route
recording his initial collegiate whitewash. Five tournament at St. Paul’s Excel En- to being tabbed the tournament’s Most
ergy Center. Although he’s held pointless Outstanding Player.
March 13, 1993. With a 4-0 victory and an- that afternoon, center Tim Stapleton still
other Taras Lendzyk shutout, UMD sweeps finishes first among Bulldogs in scoring,
Alaska Anchorage in the first round of the becoming only the third freshman (NCAA
WCHA playoffs at the DECC and concludes I era) ever, and first in 26 years, to do so.
the year with a 17-1-0 home record for a UMD concludes the year as one of college
.944 winning percentage -- the best single- hockey’s hottest clubs, going unbeaten in
season mark in school history. 12 of its last 16 outings.

March 19, 1993. The Bulldogs steal the


show at the annual WCHA Awards Ban-
quet as senior center Derek Plante lands
the league’s Player of the Year honor
and fellow All-WCHA first team pick Brett
Hauer, a senior defenseman, is named the
Student-Athlete of the Year (a Bulldog first).
Mike Sertich also becomes only the second
individual to ever be chosen the WCHA’s
Coach of the Year on four occasions.

April 1, 1994. WCHA Player of the Year


Chris Marinucci, who scored more points
than any other collegian during the past
two seasons, closes his UMD puck career
by claiming the 1994 Hobey Baker Memo-
rial Award.

February 23, 1996. In what is believed to be


a college hockey first, rookie wing Forrest
“Woody” Glines scores his only collegiate
goal on a penalty shot in a 5-1 home victory
over Northern Michigan.

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

47
MEMORABLE UMD HOCKEY MOMENTS April 8, 2004. For the first time in over a
year, UMD fails to hold on to a lead heading
into the third period and drops a heartbreak-
ing 5-3 decision to the University of Denver
in the semifinal round of the Frozen Four in
Boston, Mass. In his collegiate swan song,
senior Junior Lessard scores twice for the
Bulldogs, who possessed a 3-1 advantage
at the second intermission before surren-
dering four answered goals in the final 18
minutes of play. UMD came into the tourney
boasting a 25-0-1 record in games in which
it led after two periods that winter.

April 9, 2004. Junior Lessard puts the


exclamation point on a marvelous senior
season by being presented with the Hobey
Baker Memorial Award -- the fourth Bulldog
to win college hockey’s most coveted indi-
vidual prize. The first Quebec native to ever
lace up a pair of skates at UMD, Lessard
paced the country in scoring (63 points),
goals (32) and power play tallies (14) from
his right wing post and was selected to the
NCAA All-American first team as well as the
national Player of the Year by both insidecol-
legehockey.com and USCHO.com.

Oct. 25, 2004. UMD finds itself occupying Going where no other team had ever gone before, the Bulldogs skated off with
the No. 1 spot in a national men’s hockey 2009 WCHA Final Five Championship by rolling up three wins in as many days
poll --a place it hadn’t been since November -- the first club to win the event that way.
1989 -- as both the folks from uscho.com/
CSTV and USA Today/USA Hockey Maga- Jack Connolly and sophomore defense-
zine tab the 5-0-1 Bulldogs as their top dog. March 21, 2009 - UMD becomes the first man Evan Oberg (with just .8 seconds to
Three weeks earlier, UMD was voted as the play-in game participant to capture the play) send the game into overtime before
WCHA favorite by league coaches in the WCHA Final Five title in the 17-year history freshman left winger Mike Connolly puts an
34th annual Grand Forks Herald preseason of that event by blanking the University of end to the evening by scoring on the power
poll -- a first for the Bulldog program. Denver 4-0. The WCHA playoff crown is the play at 13:39 of the extra session. A par-
Bulldogs’ third ever, but first since 1984-85. tisan UMD crowd of 7,187 at Minnesota’s
February 3, 2006. Nearly two decades Junior goaltender Alex Stalock is named Mariucci Arena are on hand to witness
after he last dazzled college hockey fans the Final Five’s Most Valuable Player after perhaps the most astonishing comeback
with his goal-scoring wizardry, Brett Hull stopping 90 of 91 shots in the three games in Bulldog history.
returns to his old hockey stomping grounds and posting back to back shut outs -- a UMD
-- the DECC -- to have his jersey number program first. March 28, 2009. The longest post-season
(29) retired during the Bulldogs’ WCHA winning streak in UMD’s 65-year history
clash with Wisconsin. Hull, who still owns March 27, 2009. In what became known as comes to an end as the Bulldogs fall 2-1
a number of UMD scoring records, hung up the “Miracle at Mariucci” the Bulldogs score to the Miami University in the NCAA West
his National Hockey League skates earlier twice in the final 40 second of regulation and Region championship. The Bulldogs, who
that year as its third all-time leading goal go on to nip Princeton University 5-4 in over- defeated five straight Top 15 clubs during
producer behind icons Wayne Gretzky and time in the NCAA West Region semifinals. that stretch in Colorado College (twice),
Gordie Howe. He joins fellow puckster Keith Trailing 4-2, goals by UMD rookie center the University of Minnesota, the University
“Huffer” Christiansen as the only two UMD of North Dakota, the University of Denver
male athletes to ever be so honored. and Princeton University, conclude the
year ranked eighth in both major national
polls. The loss is the collegiate finale for All-
American junior goaltender Alex Stalock,
who set UMD single-season marks for
both goals against average (2.13) and
saves percentage (.924) and became just
the second Bulldog ever -- and first since
Rick Kosti in 1984-85 -- to hold the title as
the WCHA’s goals against average leader.

April 13, 2009. Groundbreaking begins on


UMD’s new $70 million, 6,732-seat hockey
home, which is scheduled for completion
in 20 months. The state-of-the-art facility,
located just a few hundred feet from the
DECC will employ over 300 workers during
its construction.

A new era in UMD hockey will begin this December with the opening of AMSOIL
Arena
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BULLDOG HOCKEY ALL-AMERICANS
BULLDOG HOCKEY ALL-AMERICANS
Pat Boutette (C) Ron Busniuk (C/D) Keith Christiansen (C) Matt Christensen (C) Jack Connolly (C)
1972-73 1969-70 1966-67 1985-86* 2009-10*

Chad Erickson (G) Mike DeAngelis (D) Beau Geisler (D) Curt Giles (D) Brett Hauer (D)
1989-90 1987-88* 2003-04* 1977-78, 1978-79 1992-93

Bob Hill (D) Murray Keogan (C) Rick Kosti (G) Tom Kurvers (D) Bob Lakso (LW)
1965-66 1969-70 1983-84*, 1984-85 1983-84 1983-84*

Walt Ledingham (LW) Junior Lessard (RW) Norm Maciver (D) Chris Marinucci (LW) Mark Pavelich (C)
1970-71, 1971-72 2003-04 1983-84*, 1984-85, 1985-86 1993-94 1978-79

Derek Plante (C) Alex Stalock (G) Bill Watson (RW) *second team selection
1992-93 2008-09 1983-84, 1984-85

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AND THE HOBEY BAKER MEMORIAL
UMD AND THE HOBEY BAKER MEMORIAL AWARD

Junior Lessard Chris Marinucci Bill Watson


UMD AWARD

2003-04 1993-94 1984-85


Right Wing Left Wing/Center Right Wing
St. Joseph deBeauce, Quebec Grand Rapids, Minn. Powerview, Manitoba
Twenty years after Tom Kurvers walked off He was certainly no flash in the pan, but It’s anybody’s guess what kind of further
with the University of Minnesota Duluth’s then again, he’ll be the first to admit that damage Bill Watson would have done to
initial Hobey Baker Memorial Award, an- he was no flash, either. the Bulldog record books, not to mention
other remarkably gifted athlete who also the collective psyche of opposing goal-
sported the familiar No. 22 Bulldog sweat- “I’ve never considered myself to be a par- tenders had he stayed for his fourth, and
er followed suit. ticularly electrifying type of player,” said final, year of eligibility at the University of
Chris Marinucci upon receiving the 1994 Minnesota Duluth.
Indeed, on April 9, 2004, Junior Lessard, Hobey Baker Memorial Award. “When
who was born and raised in the French- people look back at my career at UMD, I Watson bid a premature farewell to the
speaking quarters of Quebec, capped guess I would just like to be remembered collegiate ranks at the conclusion of 1984-
off a memorable senior season by being as a guy who went out everyday and just 85 season after he had become the first
bestowed with college hockey’s highest worked hard. That’s the kind of hockey — and only to date — Bulldog to crack the
honor. Lessard’s list of accomplishments player I always strived to be.” 100-point plateau. Watson, who racked up
during his final collegiate go-around would a then-NCAA record 109 points, was se-
certainly do any of the previous 23 Hobey Marinucci, the first -- and only -- Hobey lected the WCHA’s Most Valuable Player as
Baker Memorial winners proud. The fiery Baker Memorial Award recipient to skate a junior after pacing that circuit in scoring for
redhead topped the NCAA in scoring (63), on a sub-.500 team (the Bulldogs were a second straight season. Watson also es-
goals (32), and power play tallies while 14-21-3 overall that winter and placed tablished club single-season marks for as-
helping lead the Bulldogs to their first seventh in the 10-team WCHA), was sists (60), multiple-point games (36) while
NCAA Frozen Four appearance in nearly showered with a host of other prominent also piecing together an unprecedented
a generation and a 28-13-4 overall record. honors as a senior in 1993-94. He was 33-game scoring streak (after he was held
Besides being selected as both the uscho. named the College Player of the Year scoreless by Northeastern University on
com and insidecollegehockey.com nation- by USA Hockey and the WCHA Player Dec. 15 of that year he proceeded to pick
al Player of the Year, Lessard also was of the Year in addition to earning NCAA up at least one point in each of the next 28
an American Hockey Coaches Associa- I All-American first team acclaim. Over contests). For his career, he finished with
tion All-American first team honoree and his final two years of competition, Mari- 210 points in just 108 outings for a school-
a member of the all-tournament team at nucci scored more points (138) than any record 1.94 points per game average.
the NCAA Frozen Four as well as at the other skater in the country while becom-
NCAA Midwest Regional. A little less than ing just the fourth Bulldog to post back- Watson, a two-time All-American, skated
two weeks after his college play days were to-back 30-goal seasons. In 1993-94 as four seasons with the National Hockey
over, Lessard signed a free agent contract a UMD team captain, he finished first in League’s Chicago Blackhawks and, in
with the National Hockey League’s Dallas the WCHA scoring race and racked up a 1986-87, received the Emery Edge Award
Stars. team-leading 61 points overall. for having the best plus-minus rating of any
Chicago skater. After putting the wraps on
But despite all of his on-ice successes, That spring, Marinucci earned UMD’s his playing days the late 1980s, Watson
the one achievement that Lessard, UMD’s Outstanding Male Senior Athlete award served as the head hockey coach at the
Outstanding Male Senior Athlete for 2003- and soon after began a lengthy profes- College of St. Scholastica and as an assis-
04, takes perhaps the most pride in was sional playing career which included Na- tant with the Western Michigan University
realized on May 15, 2004 when he officially tional Hockey League stints with the New program. He is currently a Bulldog volun-
received his Bachelor of Arts degree from York Islanders and Los Angeles Kings. teer assistant coach.
UMD in, of all areas of study, English.

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UMD AND THE HOBEY BAKER MEMORIAL AWARD
UMD AND THE HOBEY BAKER MEMORIAL AWARD
The Hobey Baker Memorial Award has been presented annually since
1981 to the most outstanding college hockey player in the United States. No
other school in the nation has produced more Hobey Baker Memorial Award
winners than UMD (four). The Bulldogs, who share that honor with the Univer-
sity of Minnesota, have had some seven finalists in all.

Tom Kurvers
1983-84
Junior Lessard Chris Marinucci Derek Plante
Defenseman 2003-04 1993-94 1992-93
Bloomington, Minn. Recipient Recipient Finalist

No matter how many Hobey Baker Memo-


rial Award winners the University of Min-
nesota Duluth goes on to produce, Bulldog
fans will always hold a special place in
their heart for Tom Kurvers for one distinct
reason: He was the first.

As a senior in 1983-84, Kurvers captained


the Bulldogs to their first-ever Western Col-
legiate Hockey Association regular season
and playoff titles. That magical season
came to end in March, just one day after
Kurvers was officially named the fourth
Hobey Baker Award recipient, when the
Bulldogs fell 5-4 in four overtimes to Bowl-
ing Green State University in the NCAA
championship game. Kurvers, who attained Brett Hull Norm Maciver Bill Watson
All-American first team status that winter, 1985-86 1985-86 1984-85
paced all WCHA defensemen in scoring Finalist Finalist Recipient
en route to being chosen the WCHA’s
Player of the Year. He scored more goals
(43) and more points (192) than any other
blueliner in team history and closed out his
playing days ranking six on UMD’s career
scoring charts.

Selected UMD’s Outstanding Male Senior


Athlete in 1983-84, Kurvers went on to
enjoy an 11-year National Hockey League
career while skating with seven different
clubs — Montreal, Buffalo, New Jersey, To-
ronto, the New York Islanders, Vancouver,
and Anaheim. He later spent 10 years in the
Phoenix Coyotes front office (and served
as an assistant coach with that NHL club
during the 2003-04 sseason) and is now
the co-assistant general manager for the Tom Kurvers
Tampa Bay Lightning. 1983-84
Recipient

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Player Team(s) Season(s) First Year Last Year
BULLDOGS IN THE NHL
Greg Andrusak Pittsburgh, Toronto 5 1993-94 1999-2000
Pat Boutette Toronto, Hartford, Pittsburgh 10 1975-76 1984-85
Ron Busniuk Buffalo 2 1972-73 1973-74
Chad Erickson New Jersey 1 1991-92 1991-92
Jesse Fibiger San Jose 1 2002-03 2002-03
Rusty Fitzgerald Pittsburgh 2 1994-95 1995-96
Jason Garrison Florida 2 2008-09 ---
Curt Giles Minnesota North Stars, NY Rangers, St. Louis 14 1979-80 1992-93
Guy Gosselin Winnipeg 1 1987-88 1987-88
Brett Hauer Edmonton, Nashville 3 1995-96 2001-02
Mark Heaslip NY Rangers, Los Angeles 3 1976-77 1978-79
Rick Heinz St. Louis, Vancouver 5 1980-81 1984-85
Phil Hoene Los Angeles 3 1972-73 1974-75
Greg Hubick Toronto, Vancouver 2 1975-76 1979-80
Brett Hull Calgary, St. Louis, Dallas, Detroit, Phoenix 19 1985-86 2005-06
Jim Johnson Pittsburgh, Minnesota North Stars, Dallas, Washington, Phoenix 13 1985-86 1997-98
Tom Kurvers Montreal, Buffalo, New Jersey, Toronto,Vancouver, NY Islanders, 11 1984-85 1994-95
Anaheim
Dave Langevin NY Islanders, Minnesota North Stars, Los Angeles 8 1979-80 1986-87
Walt Ledingham Chicago, NY Islanders 3 1972-73 1976-77
Junior Lessard Dallas, Tampa Bay 3 2005-06 2007-08
Chris Lindberg Calgary, Quebec 3 1991-92 1993-94
Norm Maciver NY Rangers, Hartford, Edmonton, Ottawa, Pittsburgh, Winnipeg, 12 1986-87 1997-98
Phoenix
Chris Marinucci NY Islanders, Los Angeles 3 1994-95 1996-97
Bob Mason Washington, Chicago, Quebec, Vancouver 8 1983-84 1990-91
Jerome Mrazek Philadelphia 1 1975-76 1975-76
Rick Mrozik Calgary 1 2002-03 2002-03
Rick Newell Detroit 2 1972-73 1973-74
Matt Niskanen Dallas 3 2007-08 ---
Evan Oberg Vancouver 1 2009-10 ---
Mark Pavelich NY Rangers, Minnesota North Stars 6 1981-82 1986-87
Mike Peluso Chicago, Philadelphia 2 2001-02 2003-04
Derek Plante Buffalo, Dallas, Chicago, Philadelphia 8 1993-94 2000-01
Shjon Podein Edmonton, Philadelphia, Colorado Avalanche, St. Louis 11 1992-93 2002-03
Mason Raymond Vancouver 3 2007-08 ---
Glenn Resch NY Islanders, Colorado Rockies, New Jersey, Philadelphia 14 1973-74 1986-87
MacGregor Sharp Anaheim 1 2009-10 ---
Tim Stapleton Toronto, Atlanta Thrashers 2 2008-09 ---
Jon Rohloff Boston 3 1994-95 1996-97
Jay Rosehill Toronto 1 2009-10 ---
Sean Toomey Minnesota North Stars 1 1986-87 1986-87
Dennis Vaske NY Islanders, Boston 9 1990-91 1998-99
Bill Watson Chicago 4 1985-86 1988-89
Craig Weller Phoenix, Minnesota Wild 2 2007-08 ---
Larry Wright Philadelphia, California, Detroit 5 1971-72 1977-78

Tim Stapleton
Jason Garrison Matt Niskanen

Bulldog Bit • • •
During the course of the 1994-95 season,
a record 11 UMD alumni appeared in Na-
tional Hockey League games.

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NAME YEAR ROUND NO. TEAM

ALL-TIME BULLDOGALL-TIME
Bob Alexander 1983 6 113 New York Rangers
Darrin Amundson 1987 5 100 Winnipeg Jets
Greg Andrusak 1988 5 88 Pittsburgh Penguins
Craig Arvidson 1974 14 219 Philadelphia Flyers
Joe Basaraba 2010 3 69 Florida Panthers

ALL-TIME BULLDOG NHL DRAFT PICKS


Scott Billey 1988 11 224 Philadelphia Flyers
Joe Biondi 1990 8 176 Minnesota North Stars
Pat Boutette 1972 9 139 Toronto Maple Leafs
Jerome Butler 1991 5 107 Calgary Flames
Brian Caruso 1991 3 63 Calgary Flames
Barry Chyzowski 1986 9 156 New York Rangers
Matt Christensen 1982 8 176 St. Louis Blues
Dave Cowan 1983 9 182 Washington Capitals
Mike Curry 2004 7 205 Los Angeles Kings
Dan DeLisle 2009 3 89 Chicago Blackhawks
Brian Durand 1983 4 76 Minnesota North Stars

NHL DRAFT
Chad Erickson 1988 7 138 New Jersey Devils
Justin Faulk 2010 2 37 Carolina Hurricanes MacGregor Sharp
Jesse Fibiger 1998 7 187 Anaheim Mighty Ducks
Bruce Fishback 1983 9 167 Los Angeles Kings
Rusty Fitzgerald 1991 2 38 Pittsburgh Penguins

BULLDOG
Tom Funke 1975 16 212 New York Rangers
Jordan Fulton 2006 6 179 Calgary Flames
Travis Gawryletz 2004 8 253 Philadelphia Flyers
Michael Gergen 2005 2 61 Pittsburgh Penguins
Curt Giles 1978 3 54 Minnesota North Stars

PICKS
Brian Glynn 1982 8 160 New York Rangers

NHL DRAFT PICKS


Guy Gosselin 1982 8 159 Winnipeg Jets
Matt Greer 2004 8 255 Columbus Blue Jackets
Greg Hanson 1990 10 193 Philadelphia Flyers
Brett Hauer 1989 4 71 Vancouver Canucks
Keith Hendrickson 1977 8 137 Montreal Canadiens
Shawn Howard 1987 9 181 New York Islanders
Greg Hubick 1971 4 53 Montreal Canadiens
Brett Hull 1984 6 117 Calgary Flames
John Hyduke 1985 8 156 Los Angeles Kings
Darin Illikainen 1983 6 117 New York Islanders Evan Oberg
Pat Janostin 1985 4 70 New York Rangers
Brian Johnson 1983 6 104 Hartford Whalers
Ross Johnson 1985 8 153 Minnesota North Stars
Kevin Kaiser 1989 5 85 Quebec Nordiques
Murray Keogan 1970 2 23 St. Louis Blues
Scott Kishel 2007 7 192 Montreal Canadiens
Sean Krakiwsky 1986 7 128 Los Angeles Kings
Tom Kurvers 1981 10 145 Montreal Canadiens
Bob Lakso 1980 9 184 Minnesota North Stars
Dave Langevin 1974 6 112 New York Islanders

Jay Rosehill

Mason Raymond Junior Lessard

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NAME YEAR ROUND NO. TEAM
ALL-TIME BULLDOG NHL DRAFT PICKS
Walt Ledingham 1970 4 56 Chicago Blackhawks
Brett Larson 1990 11 213 Detroit Red Wings
Dan Lempe 1977 6 92 Colorado Rockies
Tom Lorentz 1984 11 223 New York Rangers
Billy Lund 1990 12 235 Philadelphia Flyers
Chris Marinucci 1990 5 90 New York Islanders
David McDonald 1979 6 120 Hartford Whalers
Matt McKnight 2004 9 280 Dallas Stars
Josh Meyers 2005 7 206 Los Angeles Kings
Kris Miller 1987 4 80 Montreal Canadiens
Bill Moen 1974 6 100 Atlanta Flames
Jerome Mrazek 1971 8 106 Philadelphia Flyers
Rick Mrozik 1993 6 136 Dallas Stars
Darren Nauss 1987 10 198 Quebec Nordiques
Brian Nelson 1984 8 161 New York Rangers
Matt Niskanen 2005 1 28 Dallas Stars
Dylan Olsen 2009 1 28 Chicago Blackhawks
Mike Peluso Drew Olson 2008 4 118 Columbus Bluejackets
Corey Osmak 1990 9 183 Hartford Whalers
Stan Palmer 1977 13 177 Montreal Canadiens
Jeff Parrott 1990 6 106 Quebec Nordiques
Mike Peluso 1994 10 253 Calgary Flames
Sergei Petrov 1993 8 206 Chicago Blackhawks
Neil Petruic 2001 8 235 Ottawa Senators
Jim Plankers 1982 11 226 Buffalo Sabres
Derek Plante 1989 8 161 Buffalo Sabres
Shjon Podein 1988 8 166 Edmonton Oilers
Mason Raymond 2005 2 51 Vancouver Canucks
Jon Rohloff 1988 9 186 Boston Bruins
Jeff Romfo 1992 10 226 Minnesota North Stars
Jay Rosehill 2003 7 227 Tampa Bay Lightning
John Rothstein 1976 7 115 Chicago Blackhawks
Kent Sauer 1998 4 88 Nashville Predators
Pat Scanlon 1986 9 177 New York Rangers
Jeff Scissons 1996 8 202 Vancouver Canucks
Terry Shold 1985 10 192 New Jersey Devlis
Derek Plante Sandy Smith 1986 5 88 Pittsburgh Penguins
Jim Sprenger 1983 7 137 New York Islanders
Alex Stalock 2005 4 112 San Jose Sharks
Mike Stevens 1970 4 65 St. Louis Blues
Max Tardy 2009 7 202 St. Louis Blues
Joe Tamminen 1991 4 82 Pittsburgh Penguins
Sean Toomey 1983 7 136 Minnesota North Stars
Doug Torrel 1987 4 66 Vancouver Canucks
Dennis Vaske 1986 2 38 New York Islanders
Bill Watson 1982 4 70 Chicago Blackhawks
Craig Weller 2000 5 167 St. Louis Blues
Larry Wright 1971 1 8 Philadelphia Flyers

Current Bulldogs Are Listed In Boldface


Bulldog Bit • • •
Six former Bulldogs have
had their names engraved
on the Stanley Cup: Brett
Hull ( Dallas, 1999 and
Shjon Podein Detroit, 2002), Tom Kurvers
(Montreal, 1986), Dave
Langevin (New York Island-
ers 1980-83), Derek Plante
(Dallas, 1999), Shjon Po-
dein (Colorado Avalanche,
2001) and Glenn “Chico”
Resch (New York Island-
ers, 1980)

Craig Weller

Brett Hull
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UMD OLYMPIANS
Keith Christiansen Mike DeAngelis Curt Giles
USA • 1972 Italy • 1992, 1994, 1998 Canada, 1992

UMD OLYMPIANS
Brett Hull John Harrington Brett Hauer Chris Lindberg
USA • 1998, 2002 USA • 1980, 1984 USA • 1994 Canada, 1992

Bob Mason Tom Milani Mark Pavelich


USA • 1984 Italy • 1984 USA • 1980

Guy Gosselin
USA • 1988, 1992

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

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BULLDOG WCHA AWARD WINNERS WCHA
All-WCHA Selections PLAYER OF THE YEAR
First Team Second Team Third Team# 2003-04 Junior Lessard, RW
2009-10 Jack Connolly, C 2009-10 Justin Fontaine, RW 2008-09 Josh Meyers, D 1993-94 Chris Marinucci, LW
2008-09 Alex Stalock, G 2008-09 Justin Fontaine, RW 2002-03 Isaac Reichmuth, G 1992-93 Derek Plante, C
2006-07 Matt Niskanen, D 2004-05 Evan Schwabe, C 1997-98 Mike Peluso, C/RW 1984-85 Bill Watson, RW
2006-07 Mason Raymond, LW 2003-04 Isaac Reichmuth, G 1995-96 Taras Lendzyk, G 1983-84 Tom Kurvers, D
2003-04 Beau Geisler, D 2003-04 Evan Schwabe, C 1995-96 Mike Peluso, C 1982-83 Bob Mason, G
2003-04 Junior Lessard, RW 2001-02 Judd Medak, LW 1966-67 Keith Christiansen, C
2001-02 Andy Reierson, D 1996-97 Rick Mrozik, D #Established in 1995-96
WCHA
1993-94 Chris Marinucci, LW 1996-97 Mike Peluso, C ROOKIE OF THE YEAR
1992-93 Brett Hauer, D 1993-94 Brad Federenko, LW 1996-97 Brant Nicklin, G
1992-93 Derek Plante, C 1992-93 Chris Marinucci, RW 1984-85 Brett Hull, RW
1991-92 Greg Andrusak, D 1992-93 Jon Rohloff, D 1983-84 Rick Kosti, G
1989-90 Chad Erickson, G 1991-92 Derek Plante, C 1969-70 Murray Keogan, C
1987-88 Mike DeAngelis, D 1986-87 Guy Gosselin, D
1985-86 Brett Hull, RW 1984-85 Matt Christensen, C WCHA
1985-86 Norm Maciver, D 1983-84 Tom Herzig, LW ALL-ROOKIE TEAM
1984-85 Rick Kosti, G 1983-84 Matt Christensen, C 2008-09 Mike Connolly, LW
1984-85 Norm Maciver, D 1983-84 Rick Kosti, G 2006-07 Alex Stalock, G
1984-85 Bill Watson, RW 1983-84 Bob Lakso, LW 2005-06 Mason Raymond, LW
1983-84 Tom Kurvers, D 1983-84 Norm Maciver, D 2002-03 Isaac Reichmuth, G
1983-84 Bill Watson, RW 1982-83 Gregg Moore, RW 1997-98 Ryan Coole, D
1982-83 Bob Mason, G 1981-82 Gregg Moore, RW 1996-97 Curtis Doell, D
1978-79 Curt Giles, D 1979-80 Dan Lempe, C 1996-97 Brant Nicklin G
1978-79 Mark Pavelich, C 1976-77 Dan Lempe, C 1994-95 Mike Peluso, C
1977-78 Curt Giles, D 1975-76 Dave Langevin, D 1993-94 Brad Federenko, RW
1974-75 Gord McDonald, D 1975-76 Tom Milani, RW
1970-71 Walt Ledingham, LW 1974-75 Tom Milani, RW WCHA STUDENT-ATHLETE
1969-70 Ron Busniuk, C/D 1973-74 Gord McDonald, D OF THE YEAR
Mike Peluso
1969-70 Murray Keogan, C 1972-73 Pat Boutette, LW 1999-00 Jeff Scissons, C
1966-67 Keith Christiansen, C 1971-72 Walt Ledingham, LW 1992-93 Brett Hauer, D
1970-71 Glenn Resch, G WCHA 3-STAR
1965-66 Bob Hill, D PLAYER OF THE GAME*
1989-90 Chad Erickson, G
*Award existed for one year

Matt Niskanen

Evan Schwabe

Derek Plante

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BULLDOG WCHA AWARD
WCHA All-Academic Team Honorees
2009-10 Drew Akins 1999-00 Judd Medak 1995-96 Laird Lidster 1990-91 Darren Nauss
2009-10 Rob Bordson* 1999-00 Ryan Nosan 1995-96 Mike Peluso 1989-90 Scott Keller
2009-10 Justin Fontaine 1999-00 Andy Reierson 1995-96 Joe Rybar 1989-90 Darren Nauss
2009-10 David Grun 1999-00 Jeff Scissons 1994-95 Chet Culic 1989-90 Shjon Podein
2009-10 Brady Hjelle* 1998-99 Colin Anderson 1994-95 Brett Larson 1988-89 Darrin Amundson
2009-10 Chad Huttel 1998-99 Richie Anderson 1994-95 Taras Lendzyk 1988-89 Scott Keller
2009-10 Kenny Reiter* 1998-99 Ryan Coole 1993-94 Chet Culic 1988-89 Darren Nauss
2009-10 Chase Ryan 1998-99 Bert Gilling 1993-94 Brett Larson 1988-89 Shjon Podein
2009-10 Kyle Schmidt* 1998-99 Mark Gunderson 1993-94 Taras Lendzyk 1987-88 Mike DeAngelis
2008-09 Rob Bordson* 1998-99 Ryan Homstol 1993-94 Jeff Romfo 1987-88 John Hyduke
2008-09 Andrew Carroll 1998-99 Ryan Nosan 1992-93 Joe Biondi 1987-88 Shjon Podein
2008-09 Justin Fontaine 1998-99 Jeff Scissons 1992-93 Brian Caruso 1987-88 Stu Plante
2008-09 Michael Gergen 1997-98 Colin Anderson 1992-93 Rusty Fitzgerald 1987-88 Pat Scanlon
2008-09 Matt Greer* 1997-98 Curtis Doell 1992-93 Brett Hauer 1986-87 Skeeter Moore

BULLDOG
2008-09 Chad Huttel 1997-98 Ken Dzikowski 1992-93 Brett Larson 1986-87 Jim Sprenger
2008-09 Kenny Reiter* 1997-98 Bert Gilling 1992-93 Brad Penner 1985-86 Bruce Fishback
2008-09 Chase Ryan 1997-98 Laird Lidster 1992-93 Derek Plante 1985-86 Mark Odnokon
2008-09 Kyle Schmidt* 1997-98 Mike Peluso 1991-92 Greg Andrusak 1984-85 Mark Baron

WINNERS
2008-09 MacGregor Sharp 1997-98 Joe Rybar 1991-92 Joe Biondi 1984-85 Bruce Fishback
2007-08 Andrew Carroll 1997-98 Jeff Scissons 1991-92 Jason Bortolussi 1984-85 Jim Johnson
2007-08 Jason Garrison 1996-97 Bert Gilling 1991-92 Brian Caruso 1984-85 Danny May

WCHA AWARD WINNERS


2007-08 Michael Gergen 1996-97 Laird Lidster 1991-92 Steve Cronkhite 1983-84 Jim Johnson
2007-08 Matt Greer* 1996-97 Mike Peluso 1991-92 Brett Hauer 1983-84 Tom Kurvers
2007-08 Matt McKnight 1996-97 Joe Rybar 1991-92 Brett Nelson 1982-83 Dan Fishback
2007-08 Trent Palm 1996-97 Max Wikman 1991-92 Marty Olson 1982-83 Tom Kurvers
2007-08 Chase Ryan 1995-96 Chet Culic 1990-91 Jason Bortolussi 1982-83 Rob Murray
2007-08 MacGregor Sharp 1995-96 Greg Hanson 1990-91 Brett Hauer
2006-07 Andrew Carroll 1995-96 Taras Lendzyk 1990-91 Scott Keller *WCHA Scholar-Athletes
2006-07 Jason Garrison
2006-07 Michael Gergen
2006-07 Matt Greer
2006-07 Matt Niskanen
2006-07 Mason Raymond
2006-07 MacGregor Sharp
2005-06 Dan Carlson
2005-06 Isaac Reichmuth
2004-05 Josh Miskovich
2004-05 Neil Petruic
2004-05 Evan Schwabe
2004-05 Luke Stauffacher
2003-04 Tyler Brosz
2003-04 Steve Czech
2003-04 Jay Hardwick
2003-04 Josh Miskovich
2003-04 Neil Petruic
2003-04 Evan Schwabe
2003-04 Luke Stauffacher
2003-04 Jesse Unklesbay
2002-03 Nick Anderson
2002-03 Brett Hammond
2002-03 Jay Hardwick
2002-03 Junior Lessard
2002-03 Neil Petruic
2002-03 Evan Schwabe Brett Hauer Jeff Scissons
WCHA Student-Athlete of the Year WCHA Student-Athlete of the Year
2002-03 Luke Stauffacher (1992-93) (1997-98)
2002-03 Jesse Unklesbay
2001-02 Adam Coole
2001-02 Matt Mathias
2001-02 Judd Medak
2001-02 Andy Reierson
2000-01 Ryan Coole
2000-01 Mark Gunderson
2000-01 Ryan Homstol
2000-01 Matt Mathias
2000-01 Judd Medak
2000-01 Andy Reierson
1999-00 Colin Anderson
1999-00 Mark Carlson
1999-00 Ryan Coole
1999-00 Jesse Fibiger
1999-00 Mark Gunderson
1999-00 Ryan Homstol

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UMD TEAM AWARD WINNERS
THE MIKE SEILER AWARD THE JERRY CHUMOLA AWARD THE GOLDIE WOLFE AWARD THE MIKE SERTICH AWARD
(Most Valuable Player) (Rookie of the Year) (Most Inspirational Player) (Most Improved Player)

Jack Connolly Wade Bergman Drew Akins Rob Bordson


2009-10 Jack Connolly 2009-10 Wade Bergman 2009-10 Drew Akins 2009-10 Rob Bordson
2008-09 Alex Stalock 2008-09 Mike Connolly 2008-09 Mike Montgomery 2008-09 Mike Montgomery
2007-08 Alex Stalock 2007-08 Justin Fontaine Matt Greer 2007-08 Chad Huttel
2006-07 Mason Raymond 2006-07 Alex Stalock 2007-08 Travis Gawryletz 2006-07 Josh Johnson,
2005-06 Tim Stapleton 2005-06 Mason Raymond 2006-07 Jeff McFarland Trent Palm
2004-05 Evan Schwabe 2004-05 Matt McKnight 2005-06 Andrew Carroll 2005-06 Nate Ziegelmann
2003-04 Junior Lessard 2003-04 Josh Johnson 2004-05 Josh Miskovich 2004-05 Travis Gawryletz,
2002-03 Isaac Reichmuth 2002-03 Tim Stapleton 2003-04 Josh Miskovich Jay Rosehill
2001-02 Judd Medak 2001-02 Neil Petruic 2002-03 Luke Stauffacher 2003-04 Evan Schwabe
2000-01 Tom Nelson 2000-01 Beau Geisler 2001-02 Judd Medak 2002-03 Brett Hammond
1999-00 Colin Anderson 1999-00 Drew Otten 2000-01 Judd Medak, 2001-02 Todd Smith
1998-99 Brant Nicklin 1998-99 Mark Carlson Michael Miskovich 2000-01 Chad Kolar
1997-98 Mike Peluso 1997-98 Ryan Homstol 1999-00 Brant Nicklin 1999-00 Tom Nelson
1996-97 Mike Peluso 1996-97 Brant Nicklin 1998-99 Tony Gasparini 1998-99 Bert Gilling
1995-96 Taras Lendzyk 1995-96 Bert Gilling 1997-98 Tony Gasparini 1997-98 Shawn Pogreba
1994-95 Brad Federenko 1994-95 Mike Peluso 1996-97 Brad Federenko 1996-97 Brant Nicklin
1993-94 Chris Marinucci 1993-94 Brad Federenko 1995-96 Jeff Romfo 1995-96 Jeff Romfo
1992-93 Derek Plante 1992-93 Taras Lendzyk 1994-95 Niklas Axelsson 1994-95 Joe Ciccarello
1991-92 Derek Plante 1991-92 Rusty Fitzgerald 1993-94 Kraig Karakas 1993-94 Brett Larson,
1990-91 Derek Plante 1990-91 Chris Marinucci 1992-93 Brad Penner Adam Roy
1989-90 Chad Erickson 1989-90 Joe Biondi 1991-92 Doug Torrel 1992-93 Chris Marinucci
1988-89 John Hyduke 1988-89 Jon Rohloff 1990-91 Doug Torrel 1991-92 Kraig Karakas
1987-88 Mike DeAngelis 1987-88 Jerry Chumola 1989-90 Shjon Podein 1990-91 Kevin Starren
1986-87 Guy Gosselin 1986-87 Dale Jago 1988-89 Shjon Podein 1989-90 Shjon Podein
1985-86 Norm Maciver 1985-86 John Hyduke 1987-88 Joe DeLisle 1988-89 Dennis Vaske
1984-85 Bill Watson 1984-85 Brett Hull 1986-87 Joe DeLisle 1987-88 Stu Plante
1983-84 Tom Kurvers 1983-84 Rick Kosti 1985-86 Mark Odnokon 1986-87 Bob Alexander
1982-83 Bob Mason 1982-83 Norm Maciver 1984-85 Mark Odnokon 1985-86 Sean Toomey
1981-82 Bill Oleksuk 1981-82 Jim Johnson 1983-84 Mark Odnokon 1984-85 Jim Toninato
1980-81 Gary DeGrio 1980-81 Tom Kurvers 1982-83 Dan Fishback 1983-84 Mark Baron
1979-80 Keith Hendrickson 1979-80 Dan Fishback 1981-82 Bill Oleksuk 1982-83 John Santori
1978-79 Curt Giles 1978-79 Bill Oleksuk 1980-81 Davey Johnson 1981-82 Mike Krensing
1977-78 Curt Giles, 1977-78 Chris Knauff 1979-80 Mitch Corbin 1980-81 Al Cleveland
Rick Heinz 1976-77 Dan Lempe 1978-79 John Harrington 1979-80 Tom Madson
1976-77 Curt Giles 1975-76 Curt Giles 1977-78 John Harrington 1978-79 Bill Perkl
1975-76 Rick Heinz 1974-75 Kirk Macivor 1976-77 Ernie Powell 1977-78 John Harrington
1974-75 Gord McDonald 1973-74 Ernie Powell 1975-76 Mike Newton 1976-77 Steve Otis
1973-74 Lyman Haakstad 1972-73 Tom Milani 1974-75 Jim Knapp 1975-76 Rick Heinz
1972-73 Pat Boutette 1971-72 Gord McDonald 1973-74 Gord McDonald 1974-75 Jim Knapp
1971-72 Walt Ledingham, 1970-71 Pat Boutette 1972-73 Lyman Haakstad 1973-74 Mike Newton
Jerome Mrazek 1969-70 Murray Keogan 1971-72 Mark Heaslip 1972-73 Mark Heaslip
1970-71 Walt Ledingham 1968-69 Glenn Resch 1970-71 Greg Hubick, 1971-72 NA
1969-70 Ron Busniuk 1967-68 Ron Busniuk David Roy 1970-71 NA
1968-69 Ron Busniuk 1966-67 Bruce McLeod, 1969-70 NA
1967-68 Rick Newell Ron Forbes 1968-69 Mike Sertich
1966-67 Keith Christiansen 1965-66 Dave LeBlanc
1965-66 Bob Hill 1964-65 None Named
1964-65 Keith Christiansen 1963-64 Keith Christiansen
1963-64 Keith Christiansen
1962-63 Bill Lenardon
1961-62 John McCormick
1960-61 Bill Lenardon, Bulldog Bit • • •
Mike Mithrush Isaac Reichmuth (2002-03) and Keith
1959-60 Mike Haley “Huffer” Christiansen (1963-64) are the only
1958-59 Ron Pretlac two freshmen to ever be selected UMD’s
1957-58 Jerry Kleisinger Most Valuable Player.
1956-57 Harvey Flaman

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UMD TEAM AWARD WINNERS
THE BOB JUNKERT AWARD BULLDOG COMMUNITY THE STAUBER BROS.
(Best Plus/Minus Rating) SERVICE AWARD FAN FAVORITE AWARD TWO TEAM AWARDS NOW
HONOR SERTICH, CHUMOLA
Two UMD men’s
hockey team awards
now bear the names of
a pair of notable past
recipients. The Most

UMD TEAM AWARD WINNERS


Improved Player Award
was changed in 2006-
07 to the Mike Sertich
Award as was the Rookie
of the Year Award, which
is known as the Jerry
Chumola Award.
Sertich spent nearly
Jack Connolly Drew Akins Jack Connolly three decades with the

UMD TEAM AWARD WINNERS


Bulldog ice program as
2009-10 Jack Connolly 2009-10 Drew Akins 2009-10 Jack Connolly
a player and a coach. He
2008-09 Mike Connolly 2008-09 Andrew Carroll 2008-09 Alex Stalock
concluded his 18-season
2007-08 Josh Meyers 2007-08 Matt McKnight 2007-08 Jason Garrison
head coaching career in
2006-07 Mike Curry 2006-07 Bryan McGregor 2006-07 Mason Raymond
2000 after guiding UMD
2005-06 Travis Gawryletz 2005-06 Bryan McGregor to a 350-328-44 record,
2004-05 Brett Hammond 2004-05 Evan Schwabe all three of its WCHA
2003-04 Tim Hambly 2003-04 Beau Geisler regular season champi-
2002-03 Steve Czech 2002-03 Jon Francisco onships and four NCAA
2001-02 Judd Medak 2001-02 Jon Francisco playoff appearances.
2000-01 Jesse Fibiger 2000-01 Ryan Cooke One of just two individu-
1999-00 Colin Anderson 1999-00 Jeff Scissons als to be selected WCHA
1998-99 Eric Ness 1998-99 Brant Nicklin Coach of the Year on
1997-98 Bert Gilling 1997-98 Mike Peluso four occasions (and the
1996-97 Curtis Doell 1996-97 Rick Mrozik, only one to win it three
1995-96 Marc Christian Laird Lidster years in a row), Ser-
1994-95 Brad Federenko, 1995-96 Tara Lendzyk tich received the 1984
Mike Peluso 1994-95 Brett Larson Spencer Penrose Award
1993-94 Chet Culic, 1993-94 Rod Miller (AHCA Coach of the
Chris Marinucci, 1992-93 Brad Penner Year) after his Bulldogs
Rick Mrozik, 1991-92 Doug Torrel advanced NCAA Fro-
Adam Roy 1990-91 Scott Keller zen Four title game.The
1992-93 Jeff Parrott 1989-90 Shjon Podein Virginia, Minn., native
1991-92 Greg Andrusak 1988-89 Shjon Podein skated for three season
1990-91 Jeff Parrott with the Bulldogs and, as
1989-90 Dennis Vaske a senior in 1968-69, was
1988-89 Stu Plante named the team’s Most
1987-88 Scott Keller Improved Player.
1986-87 Tom Lorentz Chumola, a shifty
1985-86 Matt Christensen center iceman from Star-
1984-85 Bill Watson buck, Manitoba, had his
1983-84 Matt Christensen promising playing career
1982-83 John Santori cut short after an off-sea-
1981-82 Scott Carlston son automobile accident
1980-81 Tom Madson in 1989 claimed his left
1979-80 Glenn Kulyk eye. Prior to that tragic
1978-79 Davey Johnson event, Chumola had
racked up 29 goals and
43 assists for 72 points
in 81 games during his
two seasons with the
Bulldogs. In 1987-88, he
finished second among
all WCHA freshmen in
scoring en route to being
chosen UMD’s’ Rookie
of the Year. The follow-
ing season, the former
Manitoba Junior Hockey
League star collected a
Jack Connolly was presented with the 2009-10 Stauber Brothers
career-high 18 goals and
Fan Favorite Award last March by Pete Stauber after receiving the
35 points to place sec-
most votes in a season-long on-line balloting contest.
ond on the UMD charts.

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The Last Time ...
THE LAST TIME
Overtime Game: March 12, 2010 -- UMD 3, Colorado College 2 (WCHA
playoffs in Duluth, Minn.)
Overtime Game Won By UMD: March 12, 2010 -- UMD 3, Colorado College
2 (WCHA playoffs in Duluth, Minn.)
Overtime Game Lost By UMD: Jan. 23, 2010 -- Bemdiji State 5, UMD 4,
(in Duluth, Minn.)
Overtime Game Tied: Oct. 23, 2009 -- UMD 3, St. Cloud State 3 (in St.
Cloud, Minn.)
Scoreless Tie: March 3, 2007 -- UMD 0, Wisconsin 0 (Josh Johnson/Shane
Connelly in Duluth, Minn.)
UMD Shutout at Home: March 14, 2010 -- UMD 4, Colorado College 0-WCHA
Playoffs (Kenny Reiter)
UMD Shutout on the Road: Jan. 2, 2010-- UMD 6, Mercyhurst 0 (Kenny
Reiter - Catamount Cup Tournament in Burlington, Vt.)
UMD Was Shut Out at Home: March 1, 2008 -- North Dakota 2, UMD 0
(Jean-Philippe Lamoureux)
UMD Was Shut Out on the Road: March 18, 2010 -- North Dakota, UMD 0
(Brad Eidsness - WCHA Final Five in St. Paul, Minn.)
UMD Hat Trick: Nov. 14, 2009 -- Justin Fontaine (UMD 8, Michigan Tech 1
in Duluth, Minn.) - 4 goals
Hat Trick By Two Bulldogs: Feb. 13, 1993 -- Joe Biondi and Derek Plante
(UMD 8, Colorado College 4 in Duluth)
UMD Player Scored Four Goals: Nov. 14, 2009 -- Justin Fontaine (UMD
8, Michigan Tech 1 in Duluth, Minn.)
UMD Player Scored Three Power Play Goals: Oct. 22, 2004 -- Marco
Peluso (UMD 8, MSU-Mankato 3 in Duluth, Minn.) Josh Johnson
UMD Player Scored Two Shorthanded Goals: Nov. 23, 1990 -- Doug
Torrel (UMD 5, Denver 1 in Denver, Colo.)
UMD Player Scored a 5-on-3 Shorthanded Goal: Jan. 22, 1993 -- Brett Hauer (UMD 8, Minnesota 4 in Duluth, Minn.)
UMD Player Scored an Empty Net Goal: March 6, 2010 -- Brady Lamb (UMD 6, Alaska Anchorage 3 in Anchorage, Alaska.)
UMD Player Had Five or More Points: Nov. 14, 2009 -- Justin Fontaine - 4 goals, 1 assist,and Mike Connolly - 1 goal, 4 assists
(UMD 8, Michigan Tech 1 in Duluth, Minn.)
UMD Player Made a Penalty Shot: Oct. 10, 2003 -- Junior Lessard at 6:35 of the third period against Matti Kaltianen (UMD 2,
Boston College 2 in East Lansing, Mich.)
UMD Player Missed A Penalty Shot: Oct. 30, 2009 -- Drew Akins at 11:02 of the second period against Paul Karpowich (UMD 4,
Clarkson 2 in Duluth, Minn.)
UMD Opponent Made a Penalty Shot: Dec. 3, 1994 -- Eric Perrin (Vermont) at 19:59 of the third period against Taras Lendzyk
(Vermont 2, UMD 1 OT in Duluth, Minn.)
UMD Opponent Missed a Penalty Shot: Nov. 7, 2009 -- Stephen Schultz (Colorado College) at 12:15 of the second period against
Kenny Reiter (UMD 4, Colorado College 3 in Colorado Springs, Colo.)
UMD Goaltender Received an Assist: Dec. 11, 2009 -- Brady Hjelle (Denver 3, UMD 2 in Duluth, Minn.)
UMD Goaltender Had 40 or More Saves: Jan. 29, 2010 -- 47 by Kenny Reiter (Wisconsin 5, UMD 2 in Duluth)
UMD Goaltender Had 50 or More Saves: March 11, 2007 -- 62 by Josh Johnson (St. Cloud State 3, UMD 2 in 3OT in St. Cloud,
Minn./WCHA Playoffs)
UMD Swept a Home Series: Jan. 8-9, 2010 -- UMD 5-4, Colorado College 2-1
UMD Swept a Road Series: Jan. 15-16, 2010 -- UMD 2-4, MSU-Mankato 1-3(OT)
UMD Was Swept at Home: March 6-7, 2009 -- Alaska Anchorage 5-4, UMD 4-3
UMD Was Swept on the Road: Feb. 19-20, 2010 -- North Dakota 5-5, 2-1

Marco Peluso Doug Torrel

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UMD TEAM RECORDS
GAMES ASSISTS
Most Games (Season) - 48 (1984-85) Most Assists (Game) - 22 vs. Minnesota (12/17/71)
Most Games Won (Season) - 36 (1984-85) Most Assists (Period) - 12 vs. Minnesota (12/17/71 - 2nd)
Most Games Lost (Season) - 28 (2000-01) Most Assists (Season) - 436 (1984-85)
Most Games Tied (Season) - 8 (2008-09)
Most Home Wins (Season) - 24 (1984-85) POINTS

UMD TEAM RECORDS/THE LAST TIME


Most Road Wins (Season) - 13 (2003-04) Most Points (Game) - 37 vs. Minnesota (12/17/71)
Fewest Home Wins (Season) -1 (1967-68) Most Points (Period) - 21 vs. Minnesota (12/17/71 - 2nd)
Fewest Road Wins (Season) - 1 (1968-69 & 1976-77) Most Points (Season) - 693 (1984-85)
Most Home Losses (Season) 16 (1986-87)
Fewest Home Losses (Season) -1 (1992-93) PENALTIES
Most Road Losses (Season) -15 (2000-01) Most Penalties (Game) - 35 vs. Norh Dakota (10/31/98)
Fewest Road Losses (Season) - 6 (1963-64) Most Penalty Minutes (Game) - 133 vs. North Dakota (10/31/98)
Most Consecutive Wins (Season) -11 (1/26/85-3/2/85) Most Penalties (Season) - 431 (1997-98)
Most Consecutive Home Wins (Season) -12 (10/26/84-1/5/85) Most Penalty Minutes (Season) - 978 (1997-98)
Most Consecutive Road Wins (Season) -10 (11/18/83-1/21/84)
Most Consecutive WCHA Wins (Season) -10 (11/3/84-12/7/84) MISCELLANEOUS
Longest Unbeaten Streak (Season) -14 (1/2/04-2/21/04) Largest Margin of Victory -15 (15-0) vs. St. Thomas (1/5/62)
Longest WCHA Unbeaten Streak (Season) -12 (1/9/04-2/21/04 & 1/26/85-3/2/85) Largest Margin of Defeat - 10 (13-3) vs. Colorado College
Most Consecutive Losses (Season) -11 (1/15/68-2/17/68) (1/15/77) & (12-2) vs. Michigan Tech (2/23/62)
Most Consecutive Home Losses (Season) - 8 (1/4/68-2/27/68) Most Goals Allowed (Game) - 13 vs. Colorado College (1/15/77)
Most Consecutive Road Losses (Season) -11 (1/3/69-3/18/69) Most Assists Allowed (Game) - 21 vs. Colorado College (1/15/77)
Most Consecutive WCHA Losses (Season) - 11 (1/15/68-2/17/68) Most Points Allowed (Game) - 34 vs. Colorado College (1/15/77)
Longest Winless Streak (Season) -11 (1/15/68-2/17/68) Most Goals Allowed (Season) - 219 (1976-77)
Longest WCHA Winless Streak (Season) - 11 (1/15/68-2/17/68) Most Assists Allowed (Season) - 333 (1976-77)
Most WCHA Games (Season) - 35 (1986-87, 1987-88 & 1988-89) Most Points Allowed (Season) -552 (1976-77)
Most WCHA Games Won (Season) - 25 (1984-85) Most Shots on Goal (Game) - 65 vs. St. Cloud State (3/11/07)
Most WCHA Games Lost (Season) - 24 (1976-77) Fewest Shots on Goal (Period) - 0 vs. St. Cloud State (1/19/07 - 1st)
Most WCHA Games Tied (Season) - 7 (2008-09) Fewest Shots on Goal (Game) - 12 vs. Colorado College (1/15/00)
Most Overtime Games (Season) - 11 (2006-07 & 2002-03) Most Shots on Goal Allowed (Period) - 27 vs. Wisconsin (1/25/97)
Most Overtime Wins (Season) - 5 (1984-85) Most Shots on Goal Allowed (Game) - 83 vs. Michigan (12/19/64)
Fewest Shots on Goal Allowed (Game) - 12 vs. Army (10/12/96)
GOALS Best Power Play Percentage (Season) - 36.5% (1985-86)
Most Goals (Game) -15 vs. Minnesota (12/17/71) & St. Thomas (1/5/62) Best Penalty Killing Percentage (Season) - 88.5% (2007-08)
Most Goals (Period) - 9 vs. Minnesota (12/17/71 - 2nd) Most Power Play Attempts (Game) - 15 vs. Clarkson (Oct. 31)
Most Goals (Season) - 257 (1984-85) Consecutive Shutout Minutes - 147:45 (3/19/09-3/27/09)
Most Power Play Goals (Game) - 5 vs. Maine (11/22/85) & vs. Most Shutouts (Season) - 7 (2008-09)
Lake Superior State (10/14/78) Most Times Shutout (Season) - 6 (2007-08)
Most Power Play Goals (Season) - 71 (1983-84) Best Per Game Scoring Margin (Season) - 2.04 (1984-85)
Most Shorthanded Goals (Game) - 2 several times
Most Shorthanded Goals (Season) -12 (1992-93)
Fastest Two Goals - :06 vs. Michigan Tech (2/16/85)
Fastest Three Goals - :46 vs. Michigan Tech (2/23/79)
Fastest Four Goals - 1:19 vs. Minnesota (12/17/71)
Fastest Five Goals - 2:56 vs. Minnesota (12/17/71)
Fastest Two Goals Allowed - :05 vs. Michigan Tech (3/3/78)

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

Matt Christensen

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UMD INDIVIDUAL RECORDS GOALS PENALTIES
Most Goals (Game) - 5 by Pokey Trachsel vs. Lake Superior Most Penalties (Game) - 6 by Jay Rosehill vs. MSU-Mankato
State (11/17/72) (10/22/04)
Most Goals (Season) - 52 by Brett Hull (1985-86) Most Penalties (Season) - 59 by Jim Johnson (1982-83)
Most Goals (Career) - 100 by Tom Milani (1972-76) Most Penalties (Career) - 193 by Jim Johnson (1981-85)
Most Goals by a Defenseman (Game) - 4 by Norm Maciver vs. Most Penalty Minutes (Game) - 22 by Max Wikman vs. Michigan
Providence College (12/28/84) Tech (2/19/97)
Most Goals in by a Defenseman (Season) -19 by Dave Langevin Most Penalty Minutes (Season) - 125 by Greg Andrusak (1991-92)
(1975-76) Most Penalty Minutes (Career) - 402 by Jim Johnson (1981-85)
Most Goals by a Defenseman (Career) - 43 by Tom Kurvers (1980-84)
UMD INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

Most Goals by a Freshman (Season) - 32 by Brett Hull (1984-85) GAMES PLAYED


Most Power Play Goals (Game) - 3 by Marco Peluso vs. MSU- Most Games Played (Season) - 48 by Mark Baron, Matt Chris-
Mankato (10/22/04) & Colorado College (2/21/2004), Tom Nelson tensen, Brett Hull, Danny May, Mark Odnokon, Jim Sprenger
vs. Bemidji State (12/7/01) & Andy Reierson vs. Michigan Tech (1984-85)
(11/11/2000) Most Games Played (Career) - 174 by Jim Johnson (1981-85)
Most Power Play Goals (Season) - 20 by Brett Hull (1985-86) Most Consecutive Games Played - 153 by Jeff Scissons (1996-2000)
Most Power Play Goals (Career) - 46 by Bill Oleksuk (1978-82)
Most Shorthanded Goals (Game) - 2 by Several Players
Most Shorthanded Goals (Season) - 5 by John Harrington (1977- GOALTENDING
1978 & 1978-1979) Most Games Played (Season) - 45 by Rick Kosti (1984-85)
Most Shorthanded Goals (Career) - 12 by John Harrington (1975-79) Most Games Played (Career) - 137 by Brant Nicklin (1996-2000)
Most Game-Winning Goals (Season) - 9 by Chris Marinucci (1992-93) Most Consecutive Games Played - 76 by Brant Nicklin (10/12/96-3/15/98)
Most Game-Winning Goals (Career) - 15 by Derek Plante (1989-93) Most Consecutive Starts - 76 by Brant Nicklin (10/12/96-3/15/98)
Most Playoff Goals (Season) - 9 by Junior Lessard (2003-04), Most Saves (Game) - 77 by Bill Halbrehder vs. Michigan (12/19/64)
Matt Christensen (1984-85) & Bill Watson (1983-84) & Most Saves (Season) - 1,279 by Bob Mason (1982-83)
Most Hat Tricks (Season) - 7 by Brett Hull (1985-86) Most Saves (Career) - 3,899 by Rick Heinz (1974-78)
Most Hat Tricks (Career) - 10 by Brett Hull (1984-86) Best Goals Against Average (Season) - 2.13 by Alex Stalock (2008-09)
Most Multiple-Goal Games (Season) -13 by Brett Hull (1985-86) Best Goals Against Average (Career) - 2.48 by Alex Stalock (2006-09)
Fastest Two Goals - :07 by Gregg Moore vs. Notre Dame (11/2/79) Most Assists (Game) - 2 by Isaac Reichmuth vs. Alaska Anchorage (10/31/03)
Fastest Hat Trick - 2:37 by Pat Boutette vs. Michigan Tech (1/13/73) Most Assists (Season) - 6 by Taras Lendzyk (1995-96)
Fastest Two Shorthanded Goals - :40 by John Harrington vs. Most Assists (Career) - 11 by Taras Lenzyk (1992-96)
Michigan (2/11/78) Best Saves Percentage (Season) - .924 by Alex Stalock (2008-
Fastest Two Power Play Goals - :12 by Brett Larson vs. Northern 09)
Michigan (2/26/94) Best Saves Percentage (Career) - .910 by Alex Stalock (2006-09)
Fastest Goal at Start of Game - :11 by Doug Torrel vs. Minnesota Most Shutouts (Season) - 5 by Alex Stalock (2008-09) and Brant
(1/11/92) Nicklin (1997-98)
Fastest Goal at Start of a Period - :07 by Owen Rogers vs. North Most Shutouts (Career) - 9 by Alex Stalock (2006-09)
Dakota (11/26/65)(2nd) Consecutive Shutout Minutes - 147:45 by Alex Stalock (3/19/09-3/27/09)
Longest Goal Scoring Streak - 9 games by Brad Federenko Most WCHA Shutouts (Season) - 4 by Brant Nicklin (1997-98)
(12/28/94-1/27/95) & Matt Christensen (10/26/84-11/23/84) Most WCHA Shutouts (Career) - 6 by Brant Nicklin (1996-2000)
Most Wins (Season) - 33 by Rick Kosti (1984-85)
Most Wins (Career) - 60 by Rick Kosti (1983-85)
ASSISTS Most Consecutive Wins - 10 by Rick Kosti (1/26/85-3/2/85)
Most Assists (Game) - 6 by Curt Giles vs. Colorado College Most Penalties (Game) - 3 by Alex Stalock vs. MSU-Mankato (12/16/06)
(12/16/77) & Keith Christiansen vs. Minnesota (11/19/66) Most Penalties (Season) - 8 by Chad Erickson (1990-91)
Most Assists (Season) - 60 by Bill Watson (1984-85) Most Penalties (Career) - 16 by Chad Erickson (1988-91)
Most Assists (Career) - 152 by Norm Maciver (1982-86) Most Penalty Minutes (Game) - 10 by Taras Lendzyk vs. Wisconsin (2/3/96)
Most Assists by a Defenseman (Game) - 6 by Curt Giles vs. Most Penalty Minutes (Season) - 20 by Taras Lendzyk (1995-96)
Colorado College (12/16/77) Most Penalty Minutes (Career) - 40 by Taras Lendzyk (1992-96)
Most Assists in by a Defenseman (Season) - 58 by Tom Kurv-
ers (1983-84)
Most Assists by a Defenseman (Career) - 152 by Norm Maciver WCHA PLAYOFFS
(1982-86) Most Goals (Game) - 4 by Jeff Scissons vs. Minnesota (3/13/98)
Most Assists by a Freshman (Season) - 40 by Dan Lempe (1976-77) & Brett Hull vs. Northern Michigan (3/1/86)
Most Playoff Assists (Season) - 13 by Derek Plante (1992-93) Most Assists (Game) - 4 by Derek Plante vs. Wisconsin (3/20/93)
& Tom Kurvers vs. Wisconsin (3/3/84)
Most Points (Game) - 5 by Junior Lessard vs. MSU-Mankato
POINTS (3/13/04) & Derek Plante vs. Wisconsin (3/20/93)
Most Points (Game) - 6 by Curt Giles vs. Colorado College (12/16/77) Most Penalties (Game) - 5 by T.J. Caig vs. MSU-Mankato
& vs. Michigan State (12/3/77),Pokey Trachsel vs. Lake Superior State (3/13/04), Curtis Bois vs. Minnesota (3/14/98) & Jesse Fibiger vs.
(11/17/72) & Keith Christiansen vs. Minnesota (11/19/66) Minnesota (3/14/98)
Most Points (Season) - 109 by Bill Watson (1984-85; 49 G, 60 A) Most Penalty Minutes (Game) -18 by Curtis Bois vs. Minnesota
Most Points (Career) - 222 by Dan Lempe (1976-80; 79 G, 149 A) (3/14/98) & Jesse Fibiger vs. Minnesota (3/14/98)
Most Points by a Defenseman (Game) - 6 by Curt Giles vs. Colo- Most Saves (Game) - 47 by Tony Gasparini vs. St. Cloud State
rado College (12/16/77; 6A) & Michigan State (12/3/77; 1G, 5A) (3/19/98)
Most Points by a Defenseman (Season) - 76 by Tom Kurvers
(1983-84; 18 G, 58 A)
Most Points by a Defenseman (Career) - 192 by Tom Kurvers
(1980-84; 43 G, 149 A) Bulldog Bit • • •
Most Points by a Freshman (Season) - 64 by Dan Lempe Rick Heinz’s 3,899 career saves (a 35.4 stops per game
(1976-77; 24 G, 40 A) average) is the fourth highest total ever turned in by an
Most Playoff Points (Season) -19 by Derek Plante (1992-93) NCAA I goaltender. Another Bulldog, Brant Nicklin (1996-
Most Multiple-Point Games (Season) - 36 by Bill Watson (1984-85) 2000), who is next on that list at 3,880, held the NCAA
Longest Point Scoring Streak (Career) - 33 games by Bill Watson record for consecutive starts (76) until the 2008-09.
(1/27/84-12/14/84)
Longest Point Scoring Streak (Season) - 19 games by Bill
Watson (10/12/84-12/14/84)

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Goaltender Wins GP W-L-T Penalty Minutes GP P-PM

BULLDOG LEADER BOARD


SEASON 1. Rick Kosti (1984-85) 45 33-9-3 1. Jim Johnson (1981-85) 174 193-402
2. Rick Kosti (1983-84) 38 27-9-2 2. Jeff Parrott (1989-93) 146 145-323
Points GP No 3. Bob Mason (1982-83) 43 26-16-1 3. Greg Andrusak (1987-90;1991-92) 144 144-315
1. Bill Watson (1984-85) 46 109 4. Isaac Reichmuth (2003-04) 40 23-9-4 4. Dave Langevin (1972-76) 142 147-303
2. Derek Plante (1992-93) 37 92 5. Alex Stalock (2008-09) 42 21-13-8 5. Mark Odnokon (1982-86) 164 130-289
3. Bill Watson (1983-84) 40 86 Brant Nicklin (1997-98) 39 21-16-2 6. Dennis Vaske (1986-90) 146 133-288
4. Brett Hull (1985-86) 42 84 Bill Perkl (1978-79) 35 21-10-4 6. Judd Medak (1998-02) 144 122-288
5. Mark Pavelich (1978-79) 37 79 8. Chad Erickson (1989-90) 39 19-19-1 8. Pokey Trachsel (1969-73) 130 124-274
6. Matt Christensen (1984-85) 48 77 9. Isaac Reichmuth (2002-03) 32 18-11-3 9. Curt Giles (1975-79) 143 131-265
Chris Marinucci (1992-93) 40 77 Brant Nicklin (1996-97) 37 18-15-4 10. Rod Miller (1990-94) 106 126-263

BULLDOG LEADER BOARD


8. Tom Kurvers (1983-84) 43 76
9. Scott Carlston (1981-82) 40 74 Goals Against Average GP GAA Goaltender Wins GP W-L-T
10. John Harrington (1978-79) 40 72 1. Alex Stalock (2008-09) 42 2.13 1. Taras Lendzyk (1992-96) 126 60-56-7
Gregg Moore (1982-83) 45 72 2. Josh Johnson (2006-07) 18 2.14 Rick Kosti (1983-85) 83 60-18-5
3. Alex Stalock (2007-08) 36 2.35 3. Brant Nicklin (1996-00) 137 55-70-8
Goals GP No 4. Kenny Reiter (2009-10) 25 2.36 4. Isaac Reichmuth (2002-06) 127 50-32-11
1. Brett Hull (1985-86) 42 52 5. Isaac Reichmuth (2003-04) 40 2.64 5. John Hyduke (1985-89) 106 45-53-4
2. Bill Watson (1984-85) 46 49 6. Isaac Reichmuth (2002-03) 32 2.68 Jerome Mrazek (1970-74) 87 45-39-1
3. Derek Plante (1992-93) 37 36 7. Brady Hjelle (2009-10) 19 2.85 7. Bill Perkl (1977-81) 84 42-35-4
4. Bill Watson (1983-84) 40 35 8. Josh Johnson (2004-05) 17 2.98 8. Alex Stalock (2006-09) 101 39-44-17
Chris Marinucci (1992-93) 40 35 9. Rick Kosti (1983-84) 38 3.04 Rick Heinz (1974-78) 110 39-64-5
6. Gregg Moore (1982-83) 45 33 10. Isaac Reichmuth (2004-05) 27 3.05 10. Chad Erickson (1988- 91) 94 38-45-9
7. Junior Lessard (2003-04) 45 32
Brett Hull (1984-85) 48 32 Saves GP No Goals Against Average GP GAA
Bob Lakso (1983-84) 43 32 1. Bob Mason (1982-83) 43 1,279 1. Alex Stalock (2006-09) 101 2.48
10. Gregg Moore (1981-82) 34 31 2. Rick Heinz (1975-76) 34 1,259 2. Josh Johnson (2003-07) 51 2.71
Mark Pavelich (1978-79) 37 31 3. Chad Erickson (1989-90) 39 1,198 3. Isaac Reichmuth (2002-06) 127 2.91
4. Rick Kosti (1984-85) 45 1,183 4. Rick Kosti (1983-85) 83 3.13
Assists GP No 5. Chad Erickson (1990-91) 40 1,165 5. Brant Nicklin (1996-00) 137 3.40
1. Bill Watson (1984-85) 46 60 6. Rick Heinz (1977-78) 33 1,161 6. Taras Lendzyk (1992-96) 126 3.57
2. Tom Kurvers (1983-84) 43 58 7. Bill Perkl (1978-79) 35 1,119 Rob Anderson (1999-03) 79 3.57
3. Derek Plante (1992-93) 37 56 8. Brant Nicklin (1997-98) 39 1,096 8. Chad Erickson (1988-91) 94 3.80
4. Bill Watson (1983-84) 40 51 9. Alex Stalock (2008-09) 43 1,094 9. Bob Mason (1981-83) 69 3.86
Norm Maciver (1985-86) 42 51 10. Taras Lendzyk (1994-95) 37 1,058 10. Bill Halbrehder (1961-65) 66 3.94
6. Mark Pavelich (1978-79) 37 48
7. Matt Christensen (1984-85) 48 47 Saves Percentage GP SV% Saves GP SVS
Norm Maciver (1984-85) 47 47 1. Alex Stalock (2008-09) 42 .924 1. Rick Heinz (1974-78) 110 3,899
9. Brett Hauer (1992-93) 40 46 2. Josh Johnson (2006-07) 18 .922 2. Brant Nicklin (1996-00) 137 3,880
10. Curt Giles (1978-79) 38 45 3. Alex Stalock (2007-08) 36 .914 3. Taras Lendzyk (1992-96) 126 3,491
Pat Boutette (1972-73) 34 45 4. Kenny Reiter (2009-10) 25 .912 4. Isaac Reichmuth (2002-06) 127 3,107
5. Isaac Reichmuth (2003-04) 40 .909 5. Jerome Mrazek (1970-74) 87 2,975
Penalty Minutes GP P-PM 6. Isaac Reichmuth (2002-03) 32 .905 6. John Hyduke (1985-89) 106 2,901
1. Greg Andrusak (1991-92) 37 48-125 7. Brant Nicklin (1997-98) 39 .901 7. Chad Erickson (1988-91) 94 2,760
2. Curtis Doell (1997-98) 39 49-120 Bill Halbrehder (1963-64) 24 .901 8. Bill Perkl (1977-81) 84 2,646
3. Rod Miller (1993-94) 38 58-119 9. Josh Johnson (2004-05) 17 .900 9. Alex Stalock (2006-09) 101 2,553
4. Jim Johnson (1982-83) 44 59-118 10. Rick Kosti (1983-84) 40 .898 10. Dave LeBlanc (1965-69) 65 2,285
5. Jim Johnson (1983-84) 43 54-116 Brady Hjelle (2009-10) 19 .898
Jeff Parrott (1992-93) 39 50-116 Saves Percentage GP SV%
7. Curtis Doell (1996-97) 37 45-114 CAREER 1. Alex Stalock (2006-09) 101 .910
8. Judd Medak (2001-02) 40 41-109 2. Josh Johnson (2003-07) 51 .905
9. Jim Johnson (1984-85) 47 49-106 Goals GP No 3. Isaac Reichmuth (2002-06) 127 .898
10. Jay Rosehill (2004-05) 34 42-103 1. Tom Milani (1972-76) 146 100 4. Brant Nicklin (1996-00) 137 .895
Pokey Trachsel (1970-71) 32 44-103 2. Gregg Moore (1979-83) 148 99 5. Bill Halbrehder (1961-65) 66 .894
3. Derek Plante (1989-93) 138 96 Rick Kosti (1983-85) 83 .894
4. Bill Oleksuk (1978-82) 156 90 7. Rob Anderson (1999-03) 79 .892
5. Bill Watson (1982-85) 108 89 8. Jerome Mrazek (1970-74) 87 .890
6. Scott Carlston (1978-82) 147 87 9. Chad Erickson (1988-91) 94 .888
7. Brett Hull (1984-86) 90 84 Taras Lendzyk (1992-96) 126 .888
8. Mike Peluso (1994-98) 153 80
9. Dan Lempe (1976-80) 146 79
10. Chris Marinucci (1990-94) 151 77

Assists GP No
1. Norm Maciver (1982-86) 165 152
2. Tom Kurvers (1980-84) 164 149
3. Dan Lempe (1976-80) 146 143
Matt Christensen (1982-86) 168 143
5. Curt Giles (1975-79) 143 135
6. Derek Plante (1989-93) 138 123
7. Keith Christiansen (1963-67) 102 121
Bill Watson (1982-85) 108 121
9. Scott Carlston (1978-82) 147 116
10. Dan Fishback (1979-83) 154 109

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PLAYER (YEARS) GP G A TP PPG
ALL-TIME UMD SCORING LEADERS
1. Dan Lempe (1976-80) 146 79 143 *222 1.52
2. Derek Plante (1989-93) 138 96 123 219 1.58
Matt Christensen (1982-86) 168 76 143 219 1.31
4. Bill Watson (1982-85) 108 89 121 210 *1.94
5. Gregg Moore (1979-83) 148 99 107 206 1.39
ALL-TIME BULLDOG SCORING LEADERS

6. Scott Carlston (1978-82) 147 87 116 203 1.38


7. Tom Milani (1972-76) 146 *100 98 198 1.36
8. Keith Christiansen (1963-67) 102 75 121 196 1.92
9. Tom Kurvers (1980-84) 164 43 149 192 1.17
10. Norm Maciver (1982-86) 165 39 *152 191 1.16
new 11. Bill Oleksuk (1978-82) 156 90 100 190 1.22
12. Chris Marinucci (1990-94) 151 77 96 173 1.14
13. Dan Fishback (1979-83) 154 63 109 172 1.12
14. Curt Giles (1975-79) 143 36 135 171 1.20
ALL-TIME BULLDOG SCORING LEADERS

15. Skeeter Moore (1983-87) 149 60 105 165 1.11


16. Mike Peluso (1994-98) 153 80 83 163 1.07
17. Monty Jones (1973-77) 141 70 83 153 1.09
Dan Lempe 18. Tim Stapleton (2002-2006) 162 63 89 152 0.93
19. Mike Newton (1972-76) 144 67 81 148 1.03
20. Bob Lakso (1980-84) 150 69 76 145 0.94
21. Brett Hull (1984-86) 90 84 60 144 1.60
22. Mark Pavelich (1976-79) 110 57 85 142 1.29
Junior Lessard (2000-04) 160 74 68 142 0.89
24. Rusty Fitzgerald (1991-95) 147 60 81 141 0.96
25. John Harrington (1975-79) 134 65 73 138 1.03
26. Walt Ledingham (1969-72) 95 66 68 134 1.41
27. Pat Francisco (1963-67) 105 69 64 133 1.27
Brad Federenko (1992-97) 152 67 66 133 0.88
29. Pat Boutette (1970-73) 101 53 78 131 1.30
Tom Herzig (1981-85) 161 57 74 131 0.81
31. Keith Hendrickson (1975-80) 150 35 94 129 0.86
Lyman Haakstad (1970-74) 140 59 70 129 0.92
33. Jeff Scissons (1996-00) 153 52 76 128 0.84
34. Evan Schwabe (2001-05) 160 51 75 126 0.79
35. John Rothstein (1975-79) 143 56 69 125 0.87
36. Glenn Kulyk (1976-80) 136 44 75 119 0.88
Mark Odnokon (1982-86) 164 39 80 119 0.73
Derek Plante
38. Merv Kiryluik (1970-74) 128 37 80 117 0.91
39. Brian Johnson (1983-87) 158 36 76 112 0.71
40. Doug Torrel (1988-92) 156 54 57 111 0.71
Colin Anderson (1996-00) 140 44 67 111 0.79
42. Mike Tok (1962-65) 98 61 47 108 1.10
MacGregor Sharp (2005-09) 157 50 58 108 0.69
44. Dave Langevin (1972-76) 142 35 72 107 0.75
45. Justin Fontaine (2007- ) 117 40 66 106 0.91
45. Joe Rybar (1994-98) 149 38 67 105 0.70
46. Jon Francisco (1999-03) 154 42 62 104 0.67
47. Cam Fryer (1969-72) 94 40 62 102 1.09
Ken Dzikowski (1994-98) 150 36 66 102 0.68
49. Tom Nelson (1998-02) 138 33 68 101 0.73
50. Mike Krensing (1979-83) 144 41 59 100 0.69

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

Matt Christensen

Name GP G A TP
1. Tom Kurvers (1980-84) 164 43 149 192
BEST 2. Norm Maciver (1982-86) 165 39 152 191
OF THE 3. Curt Giles (1975-79) 143 36 135 171
BLUELINE 4. Keith Hendrickson (1975-80) 150 35 94 129
BRIGADE 5. Dave Langevin (1972-76) 142 35 72 107
The top 10 scoring 6. Beau Geisler (2000-04) 157 19 79 98
defensemen in 7. Gord McDonald (1971-75) 127 20 76 96
UMD history: 8. Brett Hauer (1989-93) 140 21 73 94
9. Bob Hill (1962-66) 104 25 65 90
10. Greg Andrusak (1987-90, 91-92) 143 20 69 89

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ALL-TIME BULLDOG
PLAYER (YEARS) GP G A TP PPG
1. Bill Watson (1982-85) 108 89 121 210 *1.94
2. Keith Christiansen (1963-67) 102 75 121 196 1.92
3. Brett Hull (1984-86) 90 84 60 144 1.60

ALL-TIME UMD POINTS PER GAME LEADER


4. Derek Plante (1989-93) 138 96 123 219 1.58
5. Dan Lempe (1976-80) 146 79 143 *222 1.52
6. Murray Keogan (1969-71) 49 36 37 73 1.49
7. Walt Ledingham (1969-72) 95 66 68 134 1.41
8. Gregg Moore (1979-83) 148 99 107 206 1.39
9. Scott Carlston (1978-82) 147 87 116 203 1.38
10. Tom Milani (1972-76) 146 *100 98 198 1.36
11. Matt Christensen (1982-86) 168 76 143 219 1.31
12. Pat Boutette (1970-73) 101 53 78 131 1.30
13. Mark Pavelich (1976-79) 110 57 85 142 1.29

ALL-TIME
14. Pat Francisco (1963-67) 105 69 64 133 1.27
15. Bill Oleksuk (1978-82) 156 90 100 190 1.22
16. Curt Giles (1975-79) 143 36 135 171 1.20

POINTS-PER-GAME
17. Tom Kurvers (1980-84) 164 43 149 192 1.17 Bill Watson
18. Norm Maciver (1982-86) 165 39 *152 191 1.16
19. Chris Marinucci (1990-94) 151 77 96 173 1.14

UMD POINTS PER GAME


20. Dan Fishback (1979-83) 154 63 109 172 1.12
21. Skeeter Moore (1983-87) 149 60 105 165 1.11
22. Mike Tok (1962-65) 98 61 47 108 1.10
23. Monty Jones (1973-77) 141 70 83 153 1.08
Cam Fryer (1969-72) 94 40 62 102 1.08
25. Mike Peluso (1994-98) 153 80 83 163 1.07
26. Bruce McLeod (1966-69) 77 41 40 81 1.05
27. Mike Newton (1972-76) 144 67 81 148 1.03
John Harrington (1975-79) 134 65 73 138 1.03
Mark Heaslip (1971-73) 69 33 38 71 1.03
30. Bob Lakso (1980-84) 150 69 76 145 0.97
31. Rusty Fitzgerald (1991-95) 147 60 81 141 0.96
32. Tim Stapleton (2002-2006) 162 63 89 152 0.94

LEADERS
Mason Raymond (2005-07) 79 25 49 74 0.94
34. Lyman Haakstad (1970-74) 140 59 70 129 0.92

LEADER
35. Merv Kiryluik (1970-74) 128 37 80 117 0.91
36. Barry Chyzowski (1986-88) 80 27 45 72 0.90
37. Ron Busniuk (1967-70) 84 25 50 75 0.89 Keith Christiansen
Jerry Chumola (1987-89) 81 29 43 72 0.89
Junior Lessard (2000-04) 160 74 68 142 0.89
40. Owen Rogers (1962-66) 86 35 41 76 0.88
Glenn Kulyk (1976-80) 136 44 75 119 0.88
Bob Hill (1962-66) 104 25 66 91 0.88
Brad Federenko (1992-97) 152 67 66 133 0.88
44. John Rothstein (1975-79) 143 56 69 125 0.87
45. Keith Hendrickson (1975-80) 150 35 94 129 0.86
46. Jeff Scissons (1996-00) 153 52 76 128 0.84
Ron Johnson (1961-63) 37 15 16 31 0.84
48. Bob Bell (1963-67) 108 38 51 89 0.82
49. Tom Herzig (1981-85) 161 57 74 131 0.81
Dan Gerarden (1980-82) 75 23 38 61 0.81

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

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Year Name Pos GP G A TP PPG P-PM
YEAR-BY-YEAR UMD SCORING LEADERS
1952-53 Ed Skelko F 12 7 9 16 1.33 10-30
1953-54 Al Peterson C 17 18 6 24 1.41 6-12
1954-55 Don Bordeau C 17 16 21 37 2.17 4-9
1955-56 Harvey Flaman F 23 30 24 54 2.34 14-27
1956-57
YEAR-BY-YEAR UMD SCORING LEADERS

Harvey Flaman F 23 34 20 54 2.34 15-28


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

*UMD (as an NCAA Division I member) single-season record


Note: Statistics prior to the 1952-53 season are not available.

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Year Name GP W-L-T GA GAA SVS SVS%

YEAR-BY-YEAR UMD GOALIE LEADERS


1952-53 Paul Cooper 11 8-3-0 45 4.09 254 .849
1953-54 Duane Johnson 16 10-6-0 62 3.87 366 .855
1954-55 Duane Johnson 17 9-8-0 83 4.80 437 .840
1955-56 Jerry Kleisinger 22 16-6-0 64 2.91 544 .895
1956-57 Jerry Kleisinger 17 12-4-1 55 3.23 376 .872

YEAR-BY-YEAR UMD GOALIE LEADERS


1957-58 Jerry Kleisinger 16 12-4-0 56 3.50 345 .860
1958-59 Mike Haley 17 7-9-1 81 4.76 452 .848
1959-60 Mike Haley 16 12-3-0 59 3.69 357 .858
1960-61 Mike Haley 13 10-3-0 36 3.00 341 .904
1961-62 Jerry Wherley 16 4-12-2 86 5.81 544 .863
1962-63 Bill Halbrehder 13 4-8-1 46 3.62 386 .893
1963-64 Bill Halbrehder 24 11-13-0 87 3.62 792 .901
1964-65 Bill Halbrehder 22 12-9-1 92 4.18 777 .894
1965-66 Dave LeBlanc 23 5-16-1 111 4.93 864 .886
1966-67 Dave LeBlanc 28 12-16-0 125 4.46 977 .886 Bill Halbrehder
1967-68 Ron Beck 14 3-11-0 66 4.81 401 .859
1968-69 Glenn Resch 24 5-19-0 117 4.93 732 .862
1969-70 Glenn Resch 25 12-12-1 97 3.88 689 .876
1970-71 Glenn Resch 26 11-14-1 107 4.23 850 .887
1971-72 Jerome Mrazek 27 12-13-1 144 4.30 860 .882
1972-73 Jerome Mrazek 27 14-13-0 119 4.44 1004 .894
1973-74 Jerome Mrazek 29 17-12-0 115 3.99 1000 .897
1974-75 Rick Heinz 20 6-11-2 94 4.75 661 .875
1975-76 Rick Heinz 34 14-20-0 162 4.79 1259 .886
1976-77 Rick Heinz 23 6-15-2 123 5.54 818 .869
1977-78 Rick Heinz 33 13-18-1 157 4.80 1161 .881
1978-79 Bill Perkl 35 21-10-4 144 3.99 1119 .886
1979-80 Bill Perkl 28 11-16-0 151 5.47 931 .860
1980-81 Bill Perkl 19 10-8-0 84 4.54 573 .873
1981-82 Bob Mason 26 9-15-3 115 4.45 711 .861
1982-83 Bob Mason 43 26-16-1 151 3.49 *1279 .894
1983-84 Rick Kosti 38 27-9-2 119 3.04 1052 .898 Jerome Mrazek
1984-85 Rick Kosti *45 *33-9-3 146 3.20 1183 .890
1985-86 John Hyduke 24 14-7-3 84 3.60 572 .872
1986-87 John Hyduke 23 7-15-0 99 4.37 640 .866
1987-88 John Hyduke 31 14-15-0 127 4.05 915 .878
1988-89 Chad Erickson 15 5-7-1 49 3.58 397 .890
1989-90 Chad Erickson 39 19-19-1 141 3.68 1198 .895
1990-91 Chad Erickson 40 14-19-7 159 3.99 1165 .880
1991-92 Jerome Butler 22 9-11-2 91 4.12 558 .860
1992-93 Taras Lendzyk 22 15-5-0 68 3.28 549 .890
1993-94 Taras Lendzyk 32 13-17-2 123 3.85 938 .884
1994-95 Taras Lendzyk 37 15-18-4 140 3.80 1058 .883
1995-96 Taras Lendzyk 35 17-16-1 110 3.23 946 .896
1996-97 Brant Nicklin 37 18-15-4 119 3.25 1035 .897
1997-98 Brant Nicklin 39 21-16-2 121 3.12 1096 .901
1998-99 Brant Nicklin 32 6-23-2 109 3.62 898 .892
1999-00 Brant Nicklin 29 10-16-0 100 3.79 851 .895
2000-01 Rob Anderson 28 6-17-3 98 3.80 834 .895 Bill Perkl
2001-02 Rob Anderson 24 9-11-0 75 3.50 681 .890
2002-03 Isaac Reichmuth 32 18-11-3 85 2.68 891 .905
2003-04 Isaac Reichmuth 40 23-9-4 100 2.64 993 .909
2004-05 Josh Johnson 17 6-5-2 42 2.98 378 .900
2005-06 Isaac Reichmuth 28 5-14-3 94 3.45 671 .877
2006-07 Josh Johnson 18 8-7-2 38 2.14 452 .922
2007-08 Alex Stalock 36 13-17-6 85 2.35 984 .914
2008-09 Alex Stalock 42 21-13-8 90 *2.13 1094 *.924
2009-10 Kenny Reiter 25 13-10-0 54 2.36 558 .912

*UMD (as an NCAA Division I member) single-season record
Note: Statistics prior to the 1952-53 season are not available.

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SHUTOUTS BY THE BULLDOGS
ALL-TIME SHUTOUTS BY UMD
DATE OPPONENT SITE SCORE GOALIE SAVES
March 14, 2010 Colorado College Duluth, MN 4-0 Kenny Reiter 25
Feb. 27, 2010 Minnesota Duluth, MN 3-0 Brady Hjelle 22
Jan. 30, 2010 Wisconsin Duluth, MN 4-0 Kenny Reiter 28
Jan. 2, 2010 Mercyhurst Duluth, MN 6-0 Kenny Reiter 26
ALL-TIME SHUTOUTS BY/AGAINST UMD

March 21, 2009 Denver# St. Paul, MN 4-0 Alex Stalock 20


March 20, 2009 North Dakota# St. Paul, MN 3-0 Alex Stalock 31
Jan. 31, 2009 Wisconsin Madison, WI 1-0 Alex Stalock 20
Jan. 23, 2009 MSU-Mankato Duluth, MN 4-0 Alex Stalock 39
Oct. 11, 2008 Northern Michigan Marquette, MI 5-0 Alex Stalock 29
Jan. 25, 2008 UMass-Lowell Lowell, MA 1-0 Alex Stalock 26
Oct. 27, 2007 Denver Denver, CO 3-0 Alex Stalock 43
Oct. 13, 2007 Northern Michigan Duluth, MN 4-0 Alex Stalock 21
March 3, 2007 Wisconsin Duluth, MN 0-0 OT Josh Johnson 32
Feb. 24, 2007 Alaska Anchorage Anchorage, AK 5-0 Josh Johnson 18
Nov. 10, 2006 Michigan Tech Houghton, MI 0-0 OT Alex Stalock 27
March 27, 2004 Michigan State* Grand Rapids, MI 5-0 Isaac Reichmuth 23
Jan. 9, 2004 Denver Denver, CO 1-0 Isaac Reichmuth 32
Dec. 6, 2003 Michigan Tech Houghton, MI 4-0 Josh Johnson 21
Dec. 7, 2002 Bemidji State Bemidji, MN 12-0 Isaac Reichmuth 30
Jan. 14, 2000 Colorado College Colorado Springs, CO 2-0 Brant Nicklin 32
Feb. 6, 1999 Alaska Anchorage Anchorage, AK 0-0 OT Tony Gasparini 36
Feb. 28, 1998 North Dakota Duluth, MN 7-0 Brant Nicklin 40
Feb. 14, 1998 Alaska Anchorage Duluth, MN 0-0 OT Brant Nicklin 14
Dec. 20, 1997 Alaska Anchorage Anchorage, AK 2-0 Brant Nicklin 30
Dec. 6, 1997 Nebraska-Omaha Duluth, MN 3-0 Brant Nicklin 18
Nov. 29, 1997 Michigan Tech Duluth, MN 1-0 Brant Nicklin 25
Nov. 23, 1996 Wisconsin Madison, WI 4-0 Brant Nicklin 27
Oct. 12, 1996 Army Duluth, MN 3-0 Brant Nicklin 12
Nov. 25, 1995 Northern Michigan Marquette, MI 3-0 Taras Lendzyk 22
Oct. 13, 1995 Ferris State Duluth, MN 3-0 Taras Lendzyk 12
Oct. 29, 1994 Alaska Anchorage Duluth, MN 2-0 Taras Lendzyk 24
Dec. 17, 1993 Harvard Duluth, MN 3-0 Taras Lendzyk 31
March 13,1993 Alaska Anchorage# Duluth, MN 4-0 Taras Lendzyk 20
Feb. 27, 1993 St. Cloud State Duluth, MN 4-0 Taras Lendzyk 18
Jan. 18, 1986 Providence College Providence, RI 6-0 Mike Cortes 25
Feb. 2, 1985 Denver Duluth, MN 5-0 Rick Kosti 23
March 3, 1984 Wisconsin# Duluth, MN 9-0 Rick Kosti 32
Feb. 3, 1984 Colorado College Duluth, MN 6-0 Rick Kosti 28
Oct. 21, 1983 Colorado College Duluth, MN 7-0 Jon Downing 22
Jan. 21, 1983 North Dakota Duluth, MN 3-0 Bob Mason 26
Nov. 14, 1980 Minnesota Duluth, MN 8-0 Ron Erickson 28
Feb. 23, 1973 Minnesota Minneapolis, MN 8-0 Jerome Mrazek 52
Nov. 27, 1969 North Dakota Grand Forks, ND 3-0 Glenn Resch 46
March 5, 1965 Lakehead U. Duluth, MN 13-0 Ron Hill 17
Feb. 29, 1964 Manitoba Duluth, MN 5-0 Bill Halbrehder 17
Jan. 25, 1963 Port Arthur Duluth, MN 7-0 Bill Halbrehder 26
Jan. 8, 1963 St. Thomas Duluth, MN 15-0 Tom DeLuca/ Bill Halbrehder 3/9
Jerry Wherley 4
*NCAA Playoffs
#WCHA Playoffs
Note: Shutouts are from NCAA Division I era (1961-62 to present)

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ALL-TIME SHUTOUTS AGAINST UMD
SHUTOUTS AGAINST UMD
DATE OPPONENT SITE SCORE GOALIE SAVES
March 18, 2010 North Dakota# St. Paul, MN 2-0 Brad Eidsness 22
March 15, 2008 Denver# Denver, CO 1-0 Peter Mannino 25
March 1, 2008 North Dakota Duluth, MN 2-0 Jean-Philippe Lamoureux 28
Feb. 23, 2008 Colorado College Duluth, MN 4-0 Richard Bachman 29
Feb. 22, 2008 Colorado College Duluth, MN 3-0 Richard Bachman 31
Jan. 5, 2008 Bemidji State Bemidji, MN 2-0 Matt Dalton 25
Nov. 10, 2007 Colorado College Colorado Springs, CO 3-0 Richard Bachman 34
March 3, 2007 Wisconsin Duluth, MN 0-0 OT Shane Connelly 38
Feb. 17, 2007 North Dakota Grand Forks, MN 1-0 Jean-Philippe Lamoureux 19
Jan. 19, 2007 St. Cloud State St. Cloud, MN 5-0 Bobby Goepfert 22
Nov. 24, 2006 St. Cloud State Duluth, MN 4-0 Bobby Goepfert 31
Nov. 10, 2006 Michigan Tech Houghton, MI 0-0 OT Michael-Lee Teslak 16
March 4, 2006 Minnesota Minneapolis, MN 2-0 Jeff Frazee 27
March 3, 2006 Minnesota Minneapolis, MN 7-0 Kellen Briggs 31
Feb. 24, 2006 Colorado College Duluth, MN 5-0 Matt Zaba 25
Feb. 17, 2006 North Dakota Grand Forks, ND 4-0 Jordan Parise 28
Nov. 19, 2005 Alaska Anchorage Anchorage, AK 2-0 John DeCaro 30
Nov. 6, 2004 Alaska Anchorage Anchorage, AK 3-0 Nate Lawson 37
March 11, 2001 North Dakota# Grand Forks, ND 4-0 Karl Goehring 25
Feb. 24, 2001 Minnesota Duluth, MN 4-0 Adam Hauser 23
March 11, 2000 St. Cloud State St. Cloud, MN 3-0 Scott Meyer 23
Feb. 18, 2000 North Dakota Grand Forks, ND 10-0 Karl Goehring 22
Jan. 28, 2000 St. Cloud State Duluth, MN 8-0 Scott Meyer 20
Nov. 27, 1999 Michigan Tech Duluth, MN 3-0 Jason Molianen 37
Nov. 20, 1999 Minnesota Minneapolis, MN 4-0 Adam Hauser 31
Feb. 6, 1999 Alaska Anchorage Duluth, MN 0-0 OT Gregg Naumenko 22
Jan. 3, 1999 UMass-Lowell Duluth, MN 3-0 Scott Fankhouser 30
Oct. 30, 1998 North Dakota Grand Forks, ND 3-0 Karl Goehring 36
March 14, 1998 Minnesota# Duluth, MN 5-0 Steve DeBus 30
Feb. 14, 1998 Alaska Anchorage Duluth, MN 0-0 OT Doug Teskey 43
Nov. 21, 1997 Wisconsin Duluth, MN 3-0 Mike Valley 32
Nov. 14, 1997 North Dakota Grand Forks, ND 8-0 Karl Goehring 30
Nov. 8, 1997 Providence College Duluth, MN 3-0 Boyd Ballard 26
Jan. 5, 1996 Colorado College Duluth, MN 6-0 Ryan Bach 36
Nov. 18, 1995 Minnesota Duluth, MN 7-0 Steve DeBus 21
Nov. 17, 1995 Minnesota Duluth, MN 2-0 Jeff Moen 23
Feb. 10, 1995 Minnesota Minneapolis, MN 3-0 Jeff Callinan 20
Dec. 10, 1994 St. Cloud State St. Cloud, MN 3-0 Brian Leitza 25
March 11, 1994 St. Cloud State# St. Cloud, MN 3-0 Grant Sjerven 28
Jan. 8, 1994 Michigan Tech Houghton, MI 3-0 Luciano Caravaggio 29
Nov. 27, 1993 Northern Michigan Marquette, MI 5-0 Dieter Kochan 24
Jan. 10, 1992 Minnesota Minneapolis, MN 3-0 Jeff Stolp 24
Jan. 4, 1991 Wisconsin Madison, WI 7-0 Duane Derksen 25
Dec. 8, 1990 Northern Michigan Marquette, MI 8-0 Bill Pye 26
Nov. 2, 1990 St. Cloud State St. Cloud, MN 5-0 Mike O’Hara 21
Nov. 25, 1989 Wisconsin Madison, WI 3-0 Duane Derksen 21
Jan. 21, 1989 New Hampshire Manchester, NH 3-0 Pat Morrison 28
March 7, 1988 North Dakota# St. Paul, MN 6-0 Scott Brower 37
March 6, 1988 Minnesota# St. Paul, MN 6-0 Robb Stauber 19
Feb. 6, 1987 North Dakota Grand Forks, ND 5-0 Ed Belfour 31
Dec. 15, 1984 Northeastern U. Boston, MA 4-0 Tim Marshall 29
Jan. 9, 1981 Michigan State East Lansing, MI 4-0 Ron Scott 38
Jan. 3, 1981 Clarkson U. Hartford, CT 6-0 Don Sylvestri 30
Dec. 20, 1980 Princeton U. Duluth, MN 1-0 OT Ron Dennis 27
Jan. 20, 1978 Denver Denver, CO 4-0 Ernie Glanville 24
March 4, 1975 Minnesota# Minneapolis, MN 6-0 Larry Thayer 23
Feb. 16, 1968 Minnesota Minneapolis, MN 4-0 Murray McLachlan 26
Jan. 27, 1968 Michigan Tech Houghton, MI 5-0 Bill Hughes 30
Feb. 22, 1964 North Dakota Grand Forks, ND 5-0 Joe Lech 23
Nov. 23, 1962 Michigan Tech Duluth, MN 3-0 Garry Bauman 19

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

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Player Opponent Date
ALL-TIME BULLDOG HAT TRICKS
Justin Fontaine (4) vs. Michigan Tech (W 8-1) Nov. 14, 2009
MacGregor Sharp vs. Denver# (W 4-0) March 21, 2009
MacGregor Sharp vs. Minnesota (L 3-5) Feb. 28, 2009
Marco Peluso vs. MSU-Mankato (W 8-3) Oct. 23, 2004
Junior Lessard vs. MSU-Mankato# (W 6-2) March 13, 2004
Marco Peluso at Colorado College (W 5-3) Feb. 21, 2004
Luke Stauffacher vs. Bowling Green (W 6-1) Jan. 2, 2004
Junior Lessard vs. MSU-Mankato (W 8-5) Nov. 28, 2003
Tyler Brosz at Union College (W 7-4) Nov. 22, 2003
Junior Lessard vs. Alaska Anchorage (W 8-1) Oct. 31, 2003
Jon Francisco vs. Union College (W 5-2) Dec. 28, 2002
Nick Anderson at Bemidji State (W 12-0) Dec. 6, 2002
Junior Lessard vs. Bemidji State (W 7-2) Dec. 8, 2001
Tom Nelson vs. Bemidji State (W 5-1) Dec. 7, 2001
Judd Medak vs. Northern Michigan (L 4-5) Nov. 24, 2001
Andy Reierson vs. Michigan Tech (W 5-3) Nov. 11, 2000
Colin Anderson vs. Boston University (W 8-5) Dec. 28, 2000
Jeff Scissons at Michigan Tech (W 6-2) Dec. 5, 1998
Jeff Scissons (4) vs. Minnesota# (W 7-3) March 13, 1998
Mike Peluso vs. Colorado College (W 5-2) Jan. 31, 1998
Colin Anderson vs. St. Cloud State (W 8-4) Jan. 16, 1998
Ken Dzikowski at Denver (L 3-6) Dec. 13, 1996
Joe Ciccarello at Denver (W 8-3) Feb. 10, 1996
Jeff Romfo vs. Alaska Anchorage (W 7-2) Jan. 19, 1996
Mike Peluso at Alaska Anchorage (W 6-4) Dec. 8, 1995
Mike Peluso vs. St. Cloud State (W 7-1) Dec. 1, 1995
Chet Culic vs. Northern Michigan (W 8-1) March 4, 1995
Mike Peluso (4) vs. North Dakota (L 7-9) Nov. 19, 1994
Brett Larson at St. Cloud State# (L 5-8) March 12, 1994
Chris Marinucci vs. Wisconsin# (W 7-5) March 20, 1993
Joe Biondi vs. Colorado College (W 8-4) Feb. 13, 1993
Derek Plante vs. Colorado College (W 8-4) Feb. 13, 1993
MacGregor Sharp collected two hat tricks Rusty Fitzgerald vs. Colorado College (W 9-3) Feb. 12, 1993
as a senior, the last of which came in UMD’s Corey Osmak vs. Denver (W 7-1) Jan. 15, 1993
4-0 win over Denver in the 2009 WCHA Final Chris Marinucci at Alaska Anchorage (W 6-3) Jan. 2, 1993
Five championship game. Chris Marinucci vs. Northern Michigan (W 5-2) Dec. 20, 1992
Doug Torrel at Northern Michigan (L 4-6) Jan. 25, 1992
Derek Plante vs. Denver (W 7-3) Feb. 23, 1991
Brad Penner vs. Michigan Tech (W 7-2) Jan. 25, 1991
Shjon Podein vs. North Dakota (L 3-5) Feb. 9, 1990
Darren Nauss at Wisconsin (W 9-4) Nov. 24, 1989
Darren Nauss vs. Denver (W 5-2) Oct. 14, 1989
Shawn Howard vs. Denver (W 4-3) Oct. 13, 1989
Shawn Howard vs. Colorado College (W10-3) Dec. 19, 1987
Jerry Chumola vs. New Hampshire (W 7-1) Nov. 20, 1987
Brian Johnson at North Dakota (L 3-5) Feb. 28, 1987
Sean Toomey vs. UMass-Lowell (W 7-3) Jan. 2, 1987
Brian Johnson at New Hampshire (W 11-4) Dec. 6, 1986
Sean Toomey at Minnesota (L 6-8) Oct. 17, 1986
Brett Hull (4) vs. Northern Michigan# (W 8-4) March 1, 1986
Brett Hull vs. North Dakota (L 7-8 OT) Jan. 11, 1986
Brett Hull (4) vs. Michigan Tech (W 7-2) Jan. 3, 1986
Brett Hull vs. Boston College (W 10-1) Dec. 6, 1985
Skeeter Moore vs. Boston University (W 8-6) Nov. 29, 1985
Brett Hull vs. Alaska Anchorage (W 6-1) Nov. 9, 1985
Brett Hull at Wisconsin (L 3-4) Nov. 2, 1985
Brett Hull vs. U.S. International (W 8-7) Oct. 12, 1985
Skeeter Moore vs. U.S. International (W 12-4) Oct. 11, 1985
Matt Christensen vs. Boston College* (W 7-6) March 30, 1985
Brett Hull at Wisconsin (W 8-1) Feb. 9, 1985
Brett Hull at Wisonsin (W 5-4) Feb. 8, 1985
Bill Watson vs. Minnesota (W 8-6) Jan. 19, 1985
Brett Hull scored three or more goals a UMD- Bill Watson vs. Lowell (W 12-1) Jan. 4, 1985
record 10 times during his two-year career Norm Maciver (4) vs. Providence (W 9-2) Dec. 28, 1984
and collected seven hat tricks (another Brett Hull at Northeastern U. (W 7-6 OT) Dec. 14, 1984
Bulldog mark) in 1985-86. Bill Watson vs. Northern Arizona (W 11-1) Nov. 9, 1984
Matt Christensen at Wisconsin (W 9-0) March 3, 1984
Bob Lakso vs. Wisconsin (W 4-2) Feb. 17, 1984
Mark Baron at Colorado College (W 6-3) Jan. 20, 1984
Bill Watson vs. Lake Superior State (L 3-4) Dec. 28, 1983
Matt Christensen vs. Denver (W 6-5) Dec. 17, 1983
Bob Lakso vs. Boston University (W 5-4) Nov. 12, 1983
Dan Fishback vs. Minnesota (W 9-3) Jan. 14, 1983
Bill Oleksuk (4) vs. Wisconsin (L 6-8) Feb. 27, 1982
Gregg Moore vs. Colorado College (W 8-2) Jan. 30, 1982

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Player Opponent Date

ALL-TIME BULLDOG HAT TRICKS


Gregg Moore vs. Air Force (W 10-4) Dec. 28, 1981
Gregg Moore vs. Denver (L 5-7) Dec. 5, 1981
Scott Carlston vs. Denver (W 7-3) Dec. 4, 1981
Bill Oleksuk vs. New Hampshire (W 8-3) Nov. 20, 1981
Bill Mason vs. U.S. International (W 9-3) Oct. 20, 1981
Scott Carlston vs. U.S. International (W 9-3) Oct. 20, 1981
Gary DeGrio at Minnesota# (W 7-5) March 7, 1981
Scott Carlston vs. North Dakota (W 7-6) Feb. 28, 1981

ALL-TIME BULLDOG HAT TRICKS


Scott Carlston vs. Notre Dame (W 6-4) Jan. 31, 1981
Al Cleveland vs. Providence College (W 4-3) Nov. 21, 1980
Gregg Moore at Minnesota (W 7-4) Feb. 23, 1980
Keith Hendrickson vs. Wisconsin (W 8-4) Feb. 16, 1980
Gary DeGrio vs. Denver (W 10-5) Jan. 25, 1980
Bill Oleksuk at Colorado College (L 6-7) Nov. 30, 1979
Scott Carlston vs. Michigan (W 12-3) Feb. 23, 1979
Glenn Kulyk vs. Wisconsin (W 10-6) Jan. 27, 1979
Bill Oleksuk at Minnesota (T 6-6) Jan. 12, 1979
Bill Oleksuk vs. Denver (W 7-1) Jan. 6, 1979
Mark Pavelich vs. Yale (W 6-5) Dec. 29, 1978
Bah Harrington vs. Lake Superior State (W 10-4) Oct. 14, 1978
Curt Giles vs. Michigan (W 6-1) Feb. 10, 1978
John Rothstein at Colorado College (W 8-6) Dec. 17, 1977
John Rothstein vs. Michigan State (W 10-6) Dec. 3, 1977
Monty Jones vs. Denver (W 6-5) Jan. 28, 1977
Dan Lempe vs. North Dakota (W 8-5) Jan. 21, 1977
Dan Lempe vs. Colorado College (W 6-5) Nov. 19, 1976
Mike Newton (4) vs. Michigan Tech (L 5-7) March 6, 1976
Tom Milani vs. Wisconsin (W 9-6) Nov. 14, 1975
Mike Newton vs. Wisconsin (W 8-5) Jan. 11, 1975
Tom Milani vs. Denver (T 3-3) Nov. 22, 1974
Lyman Haakstad vs. St. Louis U.@ (W 6-3) March 15, 1974
Tom Milani at Colorado College (W 8-2) Feb. 8, 1974
Tom Milani (4) vs. Michigan (W 9-5) Feb. 1, 1974
Mike Newton at Denver (W 8-5) Jan. 19, 1974
Merv Kiryluik vs. Denver (W 6-3) Dec. 29, 1973
Lyman Haakstad vs. Denver (W 7-2) Dec. 28, 1973
Pat Boutette vs. Michigan Tech (W 7-6 OT) Jan. 13, 1973
Tom Milani vs. Carleton University (W 9-2) Dec. 29, 1972
Tom Milani vs. Air Force (W 7-2) Nov. 24, 1972 Bill Oleksuk is one of just eight Bulldogs
Pokey Trachsel (5) vs. Lake Superior State (W 11-5) Nov. 23, 1972 to ever hit the four-plus goal mark in one
Pat Boutette vs. North Dakota (W 6-1) Nov. 17, 1972 game, turning the trick at Wisconsin on
Pat Boutette vs. Minnesota (W 15-3) Dec. 17, 1971 Feb. 27, 1982.
Walt Ledingham vs. Minnesota (W 15-3) Dec. 17, 1971
Walt Ledingham at Colorado College (W, 6-5) Dec. 3, 1971
Alan Young vs. Minnesota (W, 5-1) Nov. 13, 1971
Walt Ledingham vs. North Dakota (W 5-3) Feb. 26, 1971
Walt Ledingham vs. Michigan State (W 8-4) Feb. 6, 1971
Walt Ledingham (4) at Wisconsin (W 6-4) Dec. 5, 1970
Phil Hoene vs. Providence College (W 10-3) Nov. 25, 1970
Cam Fryar vs. Providence College (W 10-3) Nov. 25, 1970
Murray Keogan at North Dakota (W 5-4) Nov. 20, 1970
Chuck Ness vs. Ohio University (W 11-3) Jan. 17, 1970
Pat Francisco vs. Wisconsin (W 6-1) Feb. 4, 1967
Keith Christiansen vs. Army (W 10-2) Dec. 29, 1966
Pat Francisco (4) vs. Brown U. (W 9-4) Dec. 17, 1966
#WCHA Playoffs
*at NCAA Championships (Detroit, MI)
@National Invitational Hockey Tournament

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

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THEY WORE THE BULLDOG UMD Varsity Hockey Alumni
Player (Hometown) Year(s) POS GP G A PTS P-PM
Abelsen, Jerry (Duluth, MN) 1956-60 D NA 8 27 35 23-40
Aho, Lyle (Duluth, MN) 1947-48 NA NA NA NA NA NA
Ahrens, Tom (Duluth, MN) 1965-68 D 80 4 16 20 55-119
Akervik, Wally (Duluth, MN) 1955-58 D NA 0 0 0 1-2
Akins, Drew (Excelsior, MN) 2006-10 C 153 21 30 51 94-240
Albers, John (West St. Paul, MN) 1974-76 D 55 1 4 5 17-34
Aldoff, Rod (Lethbridge, AB) 1991-95 D 136 20 62 82 105-237
Alexander, Bob (Apple Valley, MN) 1985-88 LW 78 33 26 59 44-96
Amatuzio, Al (Duluth, MN) 1947-48 NA NA NA NA NA NA
THEY WORE THE BULLDOG

Amatuzio, John (Duluth, MN) 1946-48 NA NA NA NA NA NA


Ambrose, Dick (St. Paul, MN) 1962-63 D 1 0 0 0 0-0
Amundson, Darrin (Duluth, MN) 1987-91 C 113 21 30 51 26-52
Colin Anderson Anderson, Colin (Regina, SASK) 1996-00 LW/RW 140 44 67 111 55-126
Anderson, Harold (Duluth, MN) 1946-47 D NA NA NA NA NA
Anderson, Nate (Deerwood, MN) 1998-02 C 120 18 25 43 38-92
Anderson, Nick (Proctor, MN) 2000-05 RW 136 30 23 53 48-137
Anderson, Rich (Elk River, MN) 1995-00 RW 60 5 6 11 19-54
Anderson, Rob (Superior, WI) 1999-2003 G 79 0 3 3 5-10
Anderson, Tommy (Duluth, MN) 1952-53 F NA 7 4 11 NA
Andersson, Anders (Int’l Falls, MN) 1981-82, 83-84 C 5 1 1 2 0-0
Andrusak, Greg (Nelson, BC) 1987-90, 91-92 D 143 20 69 89 144-315
Antoskiewicz, Henry 1930-32 C NA NA NA NA NA
Antonovich, Jeff (Coleraine, MN) 1992-93 C 1 0 0 0 0
Apostal, Robert (Duluth, MN) 1952-54 F NA 3 6 9 NA
Armstrong, Stanley 1931-32 NA NA NA NA NA NA
Arnold, Josh (Moorhead, MN) 1994-96 C 19 0 2 2 1-2
Arvidson, Craig (St. Paul, MN) 1973-77 LW 133 32 36 68 18-36
Axelsson, Niklas (Waxholm, Sweden) 1993-95 G 5 0 0 0 0-0
Badiuk, Tom (Fort Frances, ONT) 1968-69 LW 11 0 0 0 0-0
Craig Arvidson Bailey, Mel (Rosemount, MN) 1981-82 D 1 0 0 0 0-0
Baron, Mark (Chisholm, MN) 1980-85 RW 124 38 43 81 21-45
Bartholdi, Tom (Duluth, MN) 1960-62 RW NA 10 17 27 5-10
Bartness, Gary (Duluth, MN) 1930-31 G NA NA NA NA NA
Beasley, Jay (Taconite, MN) 1958-59, 60-63 RW 74 28 30 58 8-16
Beck, Ron (International Falls, MN) 1967-69 G 15 0 0 0 0-0
Bell, Bobby (Proctor, MN) 1963-67 LW 108 38 51 89 74-156
Bellamy, Dick (Duluth, MN) 1953-54 RW NA 1 3 4 NA
Bergman, Wade (Calgary, AB) 2009- D 26 1 5 6 8-16
Berry, Ed (Duluth, MN) 1946-50 NA NA NA NA NA NA
Biondi, Joe (Warroad, MN) 1989-93 C 143 40 49 89 19-46
Birrenkott, Andy (Anoka, MN) 1997-98 D 2 0 0 0 1-2
Birt, Jim (Duluth, MN) 1952-54 G 1 0 0 0 0-0
Bockland, Jim (Duluth, MN) 1955-56 F 23 11 10 21 2-4
Bolf, Brian (Hibbing, MN) 1994-95 C 15 1 2 3 1-2
Bodin, Don (Duluth, MN) 1948-49 NA NA NA NA NA NA
Bobby Bell Bois, Curtis (Thunder Bay, ONT) 1995-99 RW/LW 145 28 40 68 91-239
Bolin, Jeff (Edina, MN) 1980-81 G 2 0 0 0 0-0
Bordson, Rob (Duluth, MN) 2007-2010 C 82 13 34 47 17-30
Boreen, Merrill (Duluth, MN) 1930-31 F NA NA NA NA NA
Bortolussi, Jason (Thunder Bay, ONT) 1989-92 RW 82 15 10 25 25-58
Bostrom, Bob (Duluth, MN) 1952-53 F NA 4 5 9 NA
Bourdeau, Don (Duluth, MN) 1954-56 C NA 23 26 49 9-19
Boutette, Pat (Windsor, ONT) 1970-73 LW 101 53 78 131 103-248
Boyat, Bob (Duluth, MN) 1948-50, 53-54 F NA 4 10 14 NA
Braff, John (Duluth, MN) 1947-48 NA NA NA NA NA NA
Bretto, Jim (Hibbing, MN) 1957-59 D NA 2 4 6 17-32
Bromme, Pete (Duluth, MN) 1950-51 NA NA NA NA NA NA
Brosz, Tyler (Medicine Hat, AB) 2001-05 LW 133 28 47 75 48-105
Buck, David (Hastings, MN) 1993-96 D 22 1 3 4 15-44
Busniuk, Ron (Fort William, ONT) 1967-70 C/D 84 25 50 75 57-128
Butler, Jerome (Salol, MN) 1991-94 G 50 0 2 2 0-0
Bymark, John (Grand Rapids, MN) 1953-57 D NA 10 13 23 NA
Joe Biondi Bymark, Bob (Grand Rapids, MN) 1959-61 F NA 5 8 13 2-4
Caig, T.J. (Kelowna, BC) 2002-05 C 99 22 42 64 55-129
Caldwell, Al (Duluth, MN) 1930-31 NA NA NA NA NA NA
Calengor, Jerry (Hibbing, MN) 1952-55 F NA 6 5 11 NA
Campe, Ernie (Toronto, ONT) 1970-74 D 115 17 52 69 44-88
Carey, Paul (Winnipeg, MB) 1994-95 C 2 0 0 0 1-2
Caruso, Brian (Thunder Bay, ONT) 1990-94 LW 137 30 32 62 66-143
Carlson, Mark (Warroad, MN) 1998-02 D/LW 150 30 60 90 35-73
Carlson, Mike (Two Harbors, MN) 1981-82 C 2 0 0 0 0-0
Carlston, Scott (Bloomington, MN) 1978-82 LW 147 87 116 203 61-130
Carroll, Andrew (Shoreview, MN) 2005-09 LW 153 29 28 57 51-112
Cascalenda, Jay (West St. Paul, MN) 2005-09 D/LW 127 1 9 10 56-131
Christensen, Matt (Hoyt Lakes, MN) 1982-86 C 168 76 143 219 43-94
Christensen, Roland (Duluth, MN) 1951-52 NA NA NA NA NA NA
Christian, Marc (Bloomington, MN) 1991-96 RW 76 12 17 29 24-51
Christiansen, Keith (Fort Frances, ONT) 1963-67 C 102 75 121 196 95-258
Brian Caruso Christy, Doug (Grand Rapids, MN) 1973-75 LW 38 3 6 9 4-8

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THEY WORE THE BULLDOG
Player (Hometown) Year(s) POS GP G A PTS P-PM
Chumola, Jerry (Starbuck, MB) 1987-89 C 81 29 43 72 17-34
Chwialkowski, Corey (Bemidji, MN) 1989-90 G 5 0 0 0 0-0
Chyzowski, Barry (Edmonton, AB) 1986-88 C 80 27 45 72 15-30
Ciccarello, Joe (Calgary, AB) 1992-96 RW 153 38 41 79 48-112
Cleveland, Al (Grand Rapids, MN) 1977-81 LW 121 28 27 55 42-95
Collova, Steve (White Bear Lake, MN) 2002-03 D 2 0 0 0 0-0
Conboy, John (Silver Bay, MN) 1999-00 D 27 0 2 2 10-20
Connolly, Jack (Duluth, MN) 2008- C 83 28 50 78 36-94
Connolly, Mike (Calgary, AB) 2008- LW 81 27 55 82 33-77
Conroy, Tom (New Brighton, MN) 1977-81 LW 129 19 23 42 31-65

THEY WORE THE BULLDOG


Coole, Adam (Duluth, MN) 2000-02 G 39 0 1 1 1-2
Coole, Ryan (Duluth, MN) 1997-01 D 147 11 13 24 102-215
Cooper, Paul (Duluth, MN) 1952-53 G 11 0 0 0 0-0
Corbin, Mitch (Duluth, MN) 1976-79 RW 129 37 28 65 42-86
Cortes, Mike (Duluth, MN) 1985-88 G 31 0 0 0 1-2 Dave Cowan
Cousineau, Bernard (Fort Frances, ONT) 1957-60 LW NA 24 18 42 12-22
Cowan, Dave (Minneapolis, MN) 1983-87 C 130 24 54 78 33-66
Cronkhite, Larry (International Falls, MN) 1956-60 C NA 24 43 67 16-30
Cronkhite, Steve (Bloomington, MN) 1989-93 D 43 0 2 2 0-0
Crookshank, George (Courtenay, BC) 1979-83 D 88 1 12 13 48-107
Culic, Chet (Regina, SASK) 1993-96 LW 81 13 18 31 25-58
Curran, Irving (Duluth, MN) 1956-59 LW NA 36 25 61 3-5.5
Curry, Mike (Eagle River, AK) 2004-08 RW 115 11 24 35 82-197
Czech, Steve (Oakdale, MN) 2002-06 D 164 10 36 46 100-219
Dahl, Scott (Duluth, MN) 1956-57, 58-59 RW 8 3 2 5 6-12
Danberg, Cody (Canwood, SASK) 2007- LW 99 8 10 18 18-47
Davis, Adam (Prior Lake,MN) 2005-06 D 18 1 2 3 15-60
Davis, Ben (Duluth, MN) 1948-49 NA NA NA NA NA NA
DeAngelis, Mike (Kamloops, BC) 1984-88 D 152 19 57 76 27-54
DeLuca, Tom (Port Arthur, ONT) 1962-63 G 6 0 0 0 0-0
DeGrio, Gary (Grand Rapids, MN) 1978-82 LW/C 145 59 38 97 25-50 Ernie Campe
DeGrio, Robert (Duluth, MN) 1958-59 RW NA 0 0 0 1-2
DeLisle, Dan (Arden Hills, MN) 2009- C 25 0 1 1 12-24
DeLisle, Joe (Shoreview, MN) 1984-88 RW 121 12 17 29 82-164
Derow, Derek (Springside, SASK) 1997-01 RW 113 28 33 61 16-32
Devich, John (Duluth, MN) 1966-67 D 23 1 3 4 3-6
Dodge, Kenneth 1931-32 NA NA NA NA NA NA
Doell, Curtis (Saskatoon, SASK) 1996-98 D 76 15 43 58 94-234
Downing, Jon (New Brighton, MN) 1981-85 G 26 0 0 0 0-0
Duffey, Ben (Bismarck, ND) 1984-85 G 1 0 0 0 0-0
Durand, Brian (Cloquet, MN) 1983-86 C 59 4 6 10 4-8
Dzikowski, Ken (Portage, MAN) 1994-98 C/LW 150 36 66 102 105-218
Eddolls, Gordy (Montreal, QUE) 1947-49 NA NA NA NA NA NA
Egan, Tim (Mahtomedi, MN) 1975-76 D 21 1 4 5 3-6
Ekman, Dean (Fridley, MN) 1979-83 RW 68 6 7 13 15-30
Ellingson, Lyn (Duluth, MN) 1969-73 C 97 7 14 21 12-24
Engen, Scott (Duluth, MN) 1989-92 RW 20 1 0 1 3-6 Gary DeGrio
Erickson, Chad (Warroad, MN) 1988-91 G 94 0 3 3 16-32
Erickson, Jim (Duluth, MN) 1946-47 NA NA NA NA NA NA
Erickson, Ken (Minneapolis, MN) 1958-59 RW NA 0 1 1 0-0
Erickson, Ron (Burnsville, MN) 1979-83 G 32 0 0 0 0-0
Farrow, David (Regina, SASK) 1967-70 LW 79 18 11 29 15-30
Fearing, Dennis (Hibbing, MN) 1970-73 D/RW 82 3 4 7 9-18
Federenko, Brad (Prince Albert, SASK) 1992-97 LW 152 67 66 133 33-88
Fellner, Garry (Regina, SASK) 1973-75 D 18 1 0 1 2-4
Fibiger, Jesse (Victoria, BC) 1997-01 D 150 11 36 47 119-282
Fishback, Bruce (White Bear Lake, MN) 1983-87 RW 98 7 9 16 11-22
Fishback, Dan (White Bear Lake, MN) 1979-83 C 154 63 109 172 51-102
Fisher, Dick (Duluth, MN) 1961-65 D 99 14 26 40 85-193
Fitzgerald, Rusty (Duluth, MN) 1991-95 LW/C 147 60 81 141 97-197
Flaherty, Keegan (Duluth, MN) 2009- RW 33 0 3 3 8-16
Flaman, Harvey (Regina, SASK) 1955-58 F 63 84 67 151 32-86
Flint, Tony (Anoka, MN) 1990-93 G 14 0 0 0 0-0 Brad Federenko
Fontaine, Justin (Bonnyville, AB) 2007- W 117 40 66 106 24-48
Forbes, Ron (William, ONT) 1967-69 LW 52 16 13 29 11-30
Foster, Jack (Warroad, MN) 1961-62 F 2 0 0 0 0-0
Francisco, Jon (Hermantown, MN) 1999-03 C/W 154 42 62 104 75-161
Francisco, Pat (Duluth, MN) 1963-67 RW 105 69 64 133 26-71
Francisco, Rick (Duluth, MN) 1973-74 RW 1 0 0 0 2-12
Froiland, Elroy (Thief River Falls, MN) 1965-68 RW 79 9 7 16 11-22
Fryer, Cam (Unity, SASK) 1969-72 RW 94 40 62 102 46-117
Fulton, Jordan (Brooklyn Park, MN) 2006-2010 LW 156 24 34 58 84-187
Funke, Tom (Duluth, MN) 1977-78 LW 21 2 3 5 6-12
Garatti, Jason (Thunder Bay, ONT) 1993-98 D 142 11 18 29 55-121
Garrison, Jason (White Rock, BC) 2005-08 D 87 9 20 29 34-68
Gasparini, Tony (Grand Forks, ND) 1995-99 G 15 0 0 0 0-0
Gawryletz, Travis (Trail, BC) 2004-08 D 140 5 18 23 57-125
Geisler, Beau (Coleraine, MN) 2000-04 D 159 19 79 98 54-108
Gerarden, Dan (Green Bay, WI) 1980-82 C 75 23 38 61 46-109
Jason Garatti

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THEY WORE THE BULLDOG Player (Hometown) Year(s) POS GP G A PTS P-PM
Gergen, Michael (Hastings, MN) 2005-09 LW 153 34 35 69 74-176
Geris, Ryan (Alexandria, MN) 2002-05, 2006-07 D 89 6 21 27 42-84
Giles, Curt (The Pas, MAN) 1975-79 D 143 36 135 171 131-265
Gilling, Bert (Alexander, MB) 1995-99 D 145 6 24 30 69-146
Glines, Woody (Elk River, MN) 1995-96 C 5 1 0 1 0-0
Glynn, Brian (Tonawanda, NY) 1982-83 C 8 0 1 1 2-4
Gorsalitz, Logan (Fort McMurray, AB) 2006-07 RW 23 0 2 2 9-18
Gosselin, Guy (Rochester, MN) 1982-87 D 160 15 34 49 93-195
Gotelaere, Mike (Superior, WI) 1981-82 D 3 0 1 1 0-0
Graiziger, Pat (Roseville, MN) 1976-78 D 35 1 12 13 27-62
THEY WORE THE BULLDOG

Graven, Jim (Wayzata, MN) 1979-83 D 153 8 45 53 85-170


Greer, Matt (Vadnais Heights, MN) 2005-2009 LW 148 13 14 27 39-78
Gregoire, Jason (Moorhead, MN) 1999-01 G 2 0 0 0 0-0
Grillo, Bill (Hibbing, MN) 1980-84 D 153 7 23 30 73-157
Ryan Geris Grosse, Mel (Saskatoon, SASK) 1969-71 D 54 0 2 2 16-32
Grun, David (White Bear Lake, MN) 2008- RW 30 6 5 11 10-20
Gulbranson, Kerry (Gilbert, MN) 1975-76 D 1 0 0 0 0-0
Gunderson, Mark (Duluth, MN) 1997-01 C 143 15 24 39 35-70
Gustafson, Richard (Fort Frances, ONT) 1956-58 G 5 0 0 0 0-0
Guyer, Pat (Taconite, MN) 1981-83 C 34 2 7 9 2-4
Haakstad, Carmen (Grande Prairie, AB) 1974-78 RW 111 7 24 31 21-45
Haakstad, Jason (Kelowna, BC) 1996-98 RW/C 88 19 13 32 39-94
Haakstad, Lyman (Grande Prairie, AB) 1970-74 C 140 59 70 129 43-86
Haddad, George (Duluth, MN) 1946-47 W NA NA NA NA NA
Haines, Dave (Fort Frances, ONT) 1968-70 C 28 5 1 6 3-6
Halbrehder, Bill (Superior, WI) 1961-65 G 66 0 0 0 0-0
Haley, Mike (Minneapolis, MN) 1957-61 G 49 0 0 0 1-5
Hall, Jim (Thief River Falls, MN) 1957-58 F NA 6 6 12 3-4.5
Hambly, Tim (White Bear Lake, MN) 2001-05 D 141 13 47 60 66-132
Hammond, Brett (Roseville, MN) 2001-05 LW 146 29 37 66 66-143
Bert Gilling Hanson, Greg (Bloomington, MN) 1992-96 D 112 9 31 40 100-224
Hanson, Tom (Hibbing, MN) 1985-89 D 72 1 7 8 14-28
Hardwick, Jay (Warroad, MN) 2000-04 D 129 4 13 17 30-71
Harker, Gary (Duluth, MN) 1962-63 LW 9 0 0 0 0-0
Harney, Tim (Duluth, MN) 1952-53 D NA 0 0 0 0-0
Harrington, John (Virginia, MN) 1975-79 RW 134 65 73 138 33-66
Hauer, Brett (Richfield, MN) 1989-93 D 140 21 73 94 91-190
Hayko, Rick (Regina, SASK) 1985-89 G 6 0 1 1 0-0
Heaslip, Mark (Duluth, MN) 1971-73 RW 69 33 38 71 40-83
Hedlund, Don (Roseau, MN) 1976-80 D 114 10 26 36 79-161
Hegg, Peter (International Falls, MN) 1967-68 LW 20 2 2 4 5-10
Heidman, Cliff (Duluth, MN) 1930-31 G NA NA NA NA NA
Heikkinen, Wally (Tower, MN) 1949-53 F NA NA NA NA NA
Heinz, Rick (Essex, ONT) 1974-78 G 110 0 1 1 8-16
Hendricks, Tom (Bloomington, MN) 1980-81 RW 1 0 0 0 0-0
Hendrickson, Jake (Savage, MN) 2009- C/RW 21 1 1 2 2-4
Hendrickson, Keith (Virginia, MN) 1975-80 D 150 35 94 129 59-118
Bill Grillo Herzig, Tom (International Falls, MN) 1981-85 LW 161 57 74 131 28-56
High, Harold (Duluth, MN) 1952-55 C NA 15 14 29 NA
Hill, Bob (Duluth, MN) 1962-66 D 104 25 65 90 30-71
Hill, Ronald (Oak Park, IL) 1963-66 G 12 0 0 0 0-0
Hiti, Ludwig (Eveleth, MN) 1946-48 G NA NA NA NA NA
Hjelle, Brady (International Falls, MN) 2008-2010 G 19 0 3 3 1-2
Hoene, Phil (Duluth, MN) 1968-71 C 81 33 27 60 15-49
Hogue, LeRoy (Heron Bay, ONT) 1960-61 D NA 3 4 7 14-28
Holappa, Frank (Duluth, MN) 1953-56 D NA 8 8 16 NA
Homstol, Ryan (Tisdale, SASK) 1997-01 LW 153 25 45 70 60-147
Horn, Mike (Duluth, MN) 1954-57 F NA 16 17 33 NA
Howard, Shawn (Anchorage, AK) 1987-91 F 151 50 45 95 78-170
Hubick, Greg (Strausburg, SASK) 1970-72 D 66 14 29 43 39-105
Hunt, Roger (Toronto, ONT) 1971-73 LW 38 10 13 23 5-10
Hull, Brett (West Vancouver, BC) 1984-86 RW 90 84 60 144 31-70
Huttel, Chad (Hermantown, MN) 2007- D 74 2 6 8 42-119
Hyduke, John (Hibbing, MN) 1985-89 G 106 0 4 4 2-4
Mark Heaslip
Illikainen, Darin (Hermantown, MN) 1984-88 LW 99 14 15 29 21-42
Jablonic, Dan (Blaine, MN) 1993-97 LW 51 5 6 11 15-30
Jacques, Mike (Duluth, MN) 1976-78 LW 24 1 7 8 9-18
Jago, Dale (Reston, MB) 1986-90 D 146 26 61 87 52-112
Janostin, Pat (Hafford, SASK) 1985-89 D 129 3 15 18 26-60
Jappe, Herman 1930-31 NA NA NA NA NA NA
Jensen, Jim (Maplewood, MN) 2005-06 D 11 0 1 1 13-34
Johnson, Bob (Duluth, MN) 1959-60 LW 12 1 2 3 1-2
Johnson, Brad (Silver Bay, MN) 1983-84 C 1 0 0 0 0-0
Johnson, Brian (Silver Bay, MN) 1983-87 D/C 158 36 76 112 43-86
Johnson, Cliff 1930-31 NA NA NA NA NA NA
Johnson, Davey (Kelly Lake, MN) 1976-79, 80-81 C 115 38 43 81 40-91
Johnson, Duane (Duluth, MN) 1953-55 G 33 0 0 0 0-0
Johnson, Frank (Duluth, MN) 1952-56 LW NA 37 22 59 NA
Johnson, Jeff (Minneapolis, MN) 1975-79 G 16 0 0 0 1-2
Darin Illikainen Johnson, Jim (New Hope, MN) 1981-85 D 174 13 70 83 193-402
Johnson, Josh (Esko, MN) 2003-07 G 51 0 2 2 1-2

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THEY WORE THE BULLDOG
Player (Hometown) Year(s) POS GP G A PTS P-PM
Johnson, Leonard 1931-32 NA NA NA NA NA NA
Johnson, Ron (Duluth, MN) 1959-63 LW 73 39 31 70 19-40
Johnson, Ross (Rochester, MN) 1986-87 C/RW 18 0 1 1 3-6
Johnson, Warren (Duluth, MN) 1947-48 NA NA NA NA NA NA
Johnson, William 1931-32 NA NA NA NA NA NA
Jones, Monty (Craik, SASK) 1973-77 LW 141 70 83 153 59-150
Jones, Rodney (Craik, SASK) 1973-76 C 106 23 47 70 47-102
Jordet, Bruce (Duluth, MN) 1968-71 RW 62 5 7 12 6-12
Joyce, Bob (Winnipeg, MB) 1974-75 D 36 4 5 9 13-26
Judkins, Jay (Anoka, MN) 1973-74 RW 9 1 0 1 1-2

THEY WORE THE BULLDOG


Judnick, Don (Eveleth, MN) 1956-60 D NA 13 19 32 21-55
Juneo, Robert (Duluth, MN) 1952-53 NA NA NA NA NA NA
Kaiser, Kevin (Winnipeg, MB) 1988-92 LW 155 44 52 96 70-168
Karakas, Kraig (White Bear Lake, MN) 1990-94 C/LW 69 9 16 25 35-70 Bruce Jordet
Keller, Scott (Winnipeg, MB) 1987-91 RW 159 38 54 92 49-98
Kemp, Nick (Hermantown, MN) 2005-2009 RW 150 23 28 51 46-125
Keogan, Murray (Biggar, SASK) 1969-71 C 49 36 37 73 21-74
Keseley, Terry (Silver Bay, MN) 1977-79 RW 5 0 1 1 0-0
Kiryluik, Merv (Dauphin, MAN) 1970-74 RW 128 37 80 117 48-104
Kishel, Scott (Virginia, MN) 2008- D 40 0 10 10 8-16
Kleisinger, Jerry (Regina, SASK) 1955-58 G/F 56 1 0 1 5-9.5
Knapp, Jim (International Falls, MN) 1972-76 D 121 7 17 24 27-54
Knauff, Chris (Bloomington, MN) 1977-79 D 41 1 5 6 3-6
Knutila, Ben (Duluth, MN) 1930-31 F NA NA NA NA NA
Koidahl, Scott (Duluth, MN) 1972-75 C 95 21 37 58 11-22
Kolar, Chad (Hibbing, MN) 2000-02 C 26 0 1 1 3-6
Kolar, Joe (Taconite, MN) 1952-53 F/D NA 1 4 5 NA
Korhonen, Pasi (Jyvaskyla, Finland) 1999-00 LW 8 1 2 3 0-0
Kosti, Rick (Limerick, SASK) 1983-85 G 83 0 0 0 7-14
Krakiwsky, Sean (Calgary, AB) 1985-86 RW 10 0 4 4 1-2
Kramnic, Ron (Duluth, MN) 1951-52 RW NA NA NA NA NA Kevin Kaiser
Krawchuk, Larry (William, ONT) 1967-69 RW 56 19 17 36 8-16
Kreidler, Jack (Duluth, MN) 1966-68 W 12 0 0 0 2-15
Krensing, Mike (Babbitt, MN) 1979-83 C 144 41 59 100 59-129
Kronick, Dan (Inver Grove Heights, MN) 2002-04 W 15 0 3 3 10-31
Krysiak, Jim (Duluth, MN) 1949-53 D NA 4 3 7 NA
Kulyk, Glenn (Prince Albert, SASK) 1976-80 C 136 44 75 119 25-53
Kurvers, Tom (Bloomington, MN) 1980-84 D 164 43 149 192 76-152
Lamb, Brady (Calgary, AB) 2008- D 61 12 14 26 31-68
Lang, Glen (Columbia Heights, MN) 1988-90 C 7 0 3 3 0-0
Lakso, Bob (Aurora, MN) 1980-84 LW 150 69 75 144 16-32
Langevin, Dave (St. Paul, MN) 1972-76 D 142 35 72 107 147-303
Larson, Brett (Duluth, MN) 1991-95 D 133 24 43 67 59-118
Larson, Ken (Duluth, MN) 1971-72 RW 6 0 1 1 0-0
Larson, Robert (Duluth, MN) 1968-69 LW 3 0 0 0 0-0
Lawson, Tim (Taconite, MN) 1974-75 C 16 1 3 4 11-22
LeBlanc, David (William, ONT) 1965-68 G 65 0 0 0 4-8 Mike Krensing
Ledingham, Walt (Weyburn, SASK) 1969-72 LW 95 66 68 134 22-60
LeFebvre, Blair (Prince George, BC) 2004-05 RW 26 2 5 7 6-12
Lempe, Dan (Grand Rapids, MN) 1976-80 C 146 79 143 222 69-179
Lenardon, Bill (William, ONT) 1959-63 C 66 32 39 71 21-61
Lence, Mike (St. Paul Park, MN) 1970-74 LW 69 4 5 9 5-10
Lendzyk, Taras (Wynyard, SASK) 1992-96 G 126 0 11 11 16-40
Lessard, Junior (St. Joseph deBeauce, QUE) 2000-04 RW 160 74 68 142 54-116
LeTourneau, Doug (Rochester, MN) 1979-81 C 8 0 1 1 2-4
Lewis, Herb (Minneapolis, MN) 1963-64 D 6 0 0 0 0-0
Lidster, Laird (Brandon, MB) 1994-98 D 149 8 55 63 97-226
Lillo, Tim (Roseau, MN) 1969-70 RW 3 0 0 0 0-0
Lindberg, Chris (Fort Frances, ONT) 1987-89 C 71 27 28 55 38-87
Lindsey, William 1931-32 NA NA NA NA NA NA
Little, Rob (Edina, MN) 1974-76 G 7 0 0 0 0-0
Locker, Derek (Duluth, MN) 1993-94 RW 16 1 4 5 5-10
Lodahl, John (Oakdale, MN) 1979-81 RW 43 9 6 15 14-28
Lorentz, Tom (West St. Paul, MN) 1984-88 C/RW 54 8 5 13 17-34 Laird Lidster
Lund, Bill (Roseau, MN) 1990-91 C 20 0 2 2 4-8
Lund, Bob (Warroad, MN) 1959-60, 1962-65 D 56 7 19 26 7-14
Lundeen, Steve (Fergus Falls, MN) 1980-81 D 1 0 0 0 0-0
Maciver, Norm (Thunder Bay, ONT) 1982-86 D 165 39 152 191 82-167
Madson, Tom (Grand Rapids, MN) 1977-81 D 143 2 27 29 56-112
Maertz, Dave (Duluth, MN) 1965-66 C 20 5 4 9 2-4
Maertz, Dick (Duluth, MN) 1963-67 RW 108 29 19 48 42-84
Maertz, Jim (Duluth, MN) 1968-71 D 68 6 23 29 79-160
Mahle, Dan (International Falls, MN) 1967-70 LW 74 6 11 17 61-128
Marinucci, Chris (Grand Rapids, MN) 1990-94 RW 151 77 96 173 82-178
Mason, Bill (International Falls, MN) 1981-84 RW 113 31 37 68 35-71
Mason, Bob (International Falls, MN) 1981-83 G 69 0 1 1 2-4
Mathias, Matt (Duluth, MN) 2000-03 C 84 7 8 15 15-30
May, Danny (Minneapolis, MN) 1981-85 C 122 24 26 50 42-84
McCarthy, P. 1931-32 NA NA NA NA NA NA
McCormick, John (Ft. William, ONT) 1960-62 LW NA 25 16 41 1-2 Matt Mathias
McCulloch, Barry (Thunder Bay, ONT) 1977-79 C 29 2 2 4 11-22

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THEY WORE THE BULLDOG Player (Hometown) Year(s) POS GP G A PTS P-PM
McDonald, David (Winnipeg, MB) 1977-79 LW 30 5 9 14 9-21
McDonald, Gord (Windsor, ONT) 1971-75 D 127 20 76 96 65-138
McFarland, Jeff (Plymouth, MN) 2003-07 C 129 6 12 18 43-97
McGann, Bill (Duluth, MN) 1960-64 D 78 8 12 20 46-106
McGiffert, Bill (Duluth, MN) 1961-65 C 99 17 31 48 11-25
McGregor, Bryan (Niagara Falls, ONT) 2003-07 RW 127 25 24 49 39-78
McIvor, Kirk (Eston, SASK) 1974-76 C 72 12 23 35 13-29
McKay, John (Duluth, MN) 1965-68 D 74 1 13 14 29-58
McKnight, Matt (Halkirk, AB) 2004-08 C 132 25 44 69 36-80
McLeod, Bruce (Fort Frances, ONT) 1966-69 LW 77 41 40 81 17-42
THEY WORE THE BULLDOG

Meagher, Gordy (Duluth, MN) 1986-89 G 10 0 0 0 0-0


Medak, Judd (Vancouver, BC) 1998-02 RW 144 30 60 90 122-293
Mendesh, Tony (Duluth, MN) 1951-52 G NA NA NA NA NA
Melynchuk, Walter (Fort Frances, ONT) 1958-59 C NA 3 3 6 0-0
Kris Miller Meyers, Josh (Alexandria, MN) 2005-2009 D 143 30 46 76 67-174
Milani, Tom (Thunder Bay, ONT) 1972-76 RW 146 100 98 198 56-131
Miller, Kris (Taconite, MN) 1987-91 D 150 11 49 60 72-150
Miller, Rod (Prince Albert, SASK) 1990-94 D 106 7 22 29 126-263
Miskovich, Josh (Pengilly, MN) 2001-05 RW 95 10 6 16 31-62
Miskovich, Michael (Grand Rapids, MN) 1999-02 RW 31 1 0 1 12-24
Mitchell, John (Duluth, MN) 1952-55 RW NA 16 17 33 NA
Mithrush, Mike (Ft. William, ONT) 1960-63 C 47 34 32 66 24-52
Moellman, Jim (Wyoming, MN) 1995-97 G 9 0 0 0 0-0
Moen, Billy (Proctor, MN) 1976-77 G 10 0 1 1 3-14
Montgomery, Mike (Lino Lakes, MN) 2007- D/RW 91 4 24 28 18-36
Moore, Gregg (Edina, MN) 1979-83 RW 148 99 107 206 37-82
Moore, Skeeter (Duluth, MN) 1983-87 LW 149 60 105 165 65-154
Mrazek, Jerome (Prince Albert, SASK) 1970-74 G 87 0 1 1 8-24
Mrozik, Rick (Cloquet, MN) 1993-97 D 112 16 51 67 70-159
Mrozik, Tom (Duluth, MN) 1965-68 C 64 21 16 37 25-50
Murphy, Gary (Bovey, MN) 1966-68 C 36 5 21 26 26-60
Mark Odnokon Murphy, Jim (St. Paul, MN) 2000-01 C 3 0 0 0 0-0
Murray, Rob (Duluth, MN) 1979-83 D 102 0 14 14 55-113
Mustonen, Ernie (Soudan, MN) 1949-51 NA NA NA NA NA NA
Nauss, Darren (Saskatoon, SASK) 1987-91 RW 157 46 47 93 64-131
Nelson, Brett (Grand Rapids, MN) 1990-92 G 7 0 0 0 0-0
Nelson, Brian (Willmar, MN) 1984-87 LW 18 1 2 3 2-4
Nelson, Jim (Duluth, MN) 1955-56 G 1 0 0 0 0-0
Nelson, Joe (St. Paul, MN) 1973-76 RW 89 20 17 37 29-61
Nelson, Tom (Superior, WI) 1998-02 C/LW 138 33 68 101 60-161
Nemanick, Tom (Eveleth, MN) 1972-75 LW 52 6 4 10 10-20
Ness, Chuck (Duluth, MN) 1969-73 LW 121 50 43 93 41-82
Ness, Eric (Grand Forks, ND) 1998-99 RW/LW 27 2 2 4 1-2
Newell, Richard (Winnipeg, MB) 1966-69 D 75 11 30 41 71-164
Newton, Mike (Grand Rapids, MN) 1972-76 LW 144 67 81 148 60-131
Nicklin, Brant (Comox, BC) 1996-00 G 137 0 4 4 4-8
Niskanen, Matt (Mountain Iron, MN) 2005-07 D 77 10 35 45 42-84
Marty Olson Noreen, Dale (Duluth, MN) 1959-62 D 41 14 16 30 26-54
Nosan, Doug (Hibbing, MN) 1968-69 D 29 3 4 7 13-26
Nosan, Ryan (Baudette, MN) 1996-00 LW 72 5 4 9 13-26
Novak, Aaron (Cloquet, MN) 1993-94 LW 3 0 0 0 1-2
Nyhus, Robert (Duluth, MN) 1948-49 NA NA NA NA NA NA
Oberg, Evan (Forestburg, AB) 2007-09 D 67 8 22 30 26-60
O’Brien, Ed (Calgary, AB) 1972-76 D 76 3 21 24 22-52
Odnokon, Mark (Prince Albert, SASK) 1982-86 LW 164 39 80 119 130-289
O’Handley, Mike (Duluth, MN) 1958-60 RW NA 40 21 61 16-29.5
Oleksuk, Bill (Thunder Bay, ONT) 1978-82 LW 156 90 100 190 43-84
Oleksuk, Travis (Thunder Bay, ONT) 2008- LW 51 10 19 29 13-34
Olsen, Dylan (Calgary, AB) 2009- D 36 1 10 11 19-49
Olson, Bruce (Salol, MN) 1975-79 LW 137 35 58 93 35-78
Olson, Drew (Brainerd, MN) 2009- D 34 0 2 2 6-12
Olson, Gerald (Duluth, MN) 1956-59 D NA 3 3 6 2-4
Olson, Marty (International Falls, MN) 1991-93 RW 58 9 13 22 15-30
Drew Otten Osmak, Corey (Edmonton, AB) 1990-94 RW 121 26 27 53 101-256
Opostal, Bob (Duluth, MN) 1950-51 NA NA NA NA NA NA
Otis, Mike 1955-56 D/F 8 2 3 5 1-2
Otis, Steve (Virginia, MN) 1976-78 RW 47 6 12 18 4-8
Otten, Drew (Minnetonka, MN) 1999-03 RW 146 30 39 69 70-163
Oven, Joe (Eveleth, MN) 1946-47 NA NA NA NA NA NA
Pallin, Rob (Chisholm, MN) 1985-87 D 29 0 3 3 6-12
Palm, Trent (Edina, MN) 2006-2010 D 97 3 15 18 52-115
Palmer, Stan (Bloomington, MN) 1976-80 D 144 18 43 61 104-222
Panger, Ronald (Duluth, MN) 1963-64 F 13 1 2 3 1-2
Parrott, Jeff (The Pas, MAN) 1989-93 D 146 8 35 43 145-323
Paton, James (Fort William, ONT) 1954-55 D NA 0 0 0 9-16
Patronas, Nik (Duluth, MN) 1995-99 C/LW 33 2 2 4 6-12
Pavelich, Dave (Eveleth, MN) 1981-82 LW 10 1 1 2 0-0
Pavelich, Mark (Eveleth, MN) 1976-79 C 110 57 85 142 52-104
Peil, Chuck 1948-49 NA NA NA NA NA NA
Stan Palmer Peluso, Mike (Bismarck, ND) 1994-98 C/RW 153 80 83 163 106-255
Peluso, Marco (Bovey, MN) 2002-05 LW 114 37 51 88 64-161

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THEY WORE THE BULLDOG
Player (Hometown) Year(s) POS GP G A PTS P-PM
Penner, Brad (Steinbach, MB) 1989-93 LW 123 21 23 44 22-44
Perkl, Bill (Minnetonka, MN) 1977-81 G 84 0 2 2 1-2
Persha, Dave (Duluth, MN) 1946-47 NA NA NA NA NA NA
Peterson, Al (Duluth, MN) 1953-54, 1957-60 C NA 34 25 59 NA
Peterson, Jack (Duluth, MN) 1947-49 NA NA NA NA NA NA
Petrov, Sergei (St. Petersburg, Russia) 1993-97 RW 93 13 22 35 41-98
Petruic, Neil (Regina, SASK) 2001-05 D 157 14 32 46 112-251
Pierce, Craig (Grand Rapids, MN) 1997-01 D 66 0 5 5 25-53
Plankers, Jim (Cloquet, MN) 1983-85 D 23 2 2 4 5-10
Plante, Derek (Cloquet, MN) 1989-93 C 138 96 123 219 34-76

THEY WORE THE BULLDOG


Plante, Stu (Cloquet, MN) 1986-90 LW 103 17 21 38 33-66
Plotnik, Garett (Virginia, MN) 1991-92 LW 1 0 0 0 0-0
Podein, Shjon (Rochester, MN) 1987-90 LW 101 32 27 59 65-130
Pogreba, Shawn (St. Paul, MN) 1996-00 C/LW 147 26 29 55 89-192
Pomroy, Gordon (Duluth, MN) 1930-31 NA NA NA NA NA NA Shawn Pogreba
Powell, Ernie (Craik, SASK) 1973-77 LW 144 26 30 56 29-66
Powell, Tommy (Duluth, MN) 1958-59 RW NA 7 5 12 4-11
Pretlac, Ron (Fort William, ONT) 1956-60 D NA 27 42 69 77-166
Ramsland, Max (Duluth, MN) 1958-59,1961-62 F NA 3 0 3 1-2
Raymond, Mason (Cochrane, AB) 2005-07 LW 79 25 49 74 27-54
Regan, Pat (St. Paul, MN) 1976-80 D 139 5 34 39 49-101
Reichmuth, Isaac (Fruitvale, BC) 2002-06 G 127 0 5 5 1-2
Reierson, Andy (Moorhead, MN) 1998-02 D 150 30 49 79 50-100
Reinholz, Jerrid (Ramsey, MN) 2000-01 C 25 1 1 2 3-6
Reiter, Kenny (Pittsburgh, PA) 2008- G 25 0 0 0 1-2
Resch, Glenn (Regina, SASK) 1968-71 G 75 0 2 2 1-2
Rico, Tony (Duluth, MN) 1947-48 NA NA NA NA NA NA
Rippin, William (Fort William, ONT) 1960-62 C NA 4 4 8 0-0
Rodberg, Steve (Twig, MN) 1999-02 D/LW 48 0 1 1 23-57
Rogers, Bruce (French Butte, SASK) 1968-69 LW 22 1 3 4 1-2
Rogers, Owen (French Butte, SASK) 1962-66 RW 86 35 41 76 57-120 Pat Regan
Rohloff, Jon (Grand Rapids, MN) 1988-93 D 139 31 43 74 102-223
Romfo, Jeff (Blaine, MN) 1992-96 RW 148 36 31 67 53-109
Rosehill, Jay (Olds, AB) 2004-05 D 34 0 5 5 42-103
Romano, Ralph (Duluth, MN) 1954-56 G 2 0 0 0 0-0
Rostie, Duane (International Falls, MN) 1960-62 C 37 11 13 24 6-12
Roth, Erin (Grand Rapids, MN) 1976-77 LW 30 4 6 10 4-8
Rothstein, John (Grand Rapids, MN) 1975-79 RW 143 56 69 125 42-87
Roy, Adam (Grand Rapids, MN) 1993-97 LW 111 18 15 33 54-116
Roy, David (Toronto, ONT) 1969-72 C/RW 94 33 30 63 21-45
Rudberg, Larry (Duluth, MN) 1930-31 NA NA NA NA NA NA
Ryan, Chase (Algonquin, IL) 2006-2010 D 24 0 2 2 7-14
Ryan, Mitch (Cloquet, MN) 2006-07 RW 10 1 2 3 1-2
Rybar, Joe (Fernie, BC) 1994-98 LW/C 149 38 67 105 39-78
Sachen, George 1949-50 NA NA NA NA NA NA
Sager, Wayne (Morden, MB) 1988-92 RW 81 11 20 31 6-12
Salminen, Bill (Mahtomedi, MN) 1968-69 RW 11 0 1 1 3-6 Joe Rybar
Santori, John (Superior, WI) 1979-83 LW 113 29 37 66 29-58
Sauer, Kent (Sartell, MN) 1998-99 D 38 1 3 4 25-50
Savolainen, Bill (Duluth, MN) 1961-63 LW 42 4 5 9 6-12
Scanlon, Pat (St. Paul, MN) 1986-88 LW 36 3 2 5 11-22
Schmidt, Kyle (Hermantown, MN) 2007- W 92 15 9 24 19-46
Schneider, Tim (Devils Lake, ND) 1999-00 D 4 0 0 0 2/4
Schwabe, Evan (Moose Jaw, SASK) 2001-05 C 160 51 75 126 59-126
Schwartz, Elmer (Regina, SASK) 1955-58 F 62 62 89 151 29-46
Scissons, Jeff (Saskatoon, SASK) 1996-00 C 153 52 76 128 77-154
Scott, Ronald (Duluth, MN) 1951-55 D NA 6 7 13 NA
Seidel, Mike (Darien, IL) 2009- RW 31 5 5 10 7-14
Sertich, Mike (Virginia, MN) 1966-69 D 64 2 7 9 28-64
Sharp, MacGregor (Red Deer, AB) 2005-09 C 157 50 58 108 39-100
Shelrud, Weldon (Richland, WA) 1950-52 NA NA NA NA NA NA
Shercliffe, Terry (Regina, SASK) 1962-65 C 67 26 36 62 22-61
Shold, Terry (International Falls, MN) 1985-89 LW 31 2 3 5 2-4
Seitz, Gordy (Duluth, MN) 1947-50 NA NA NA NA NA NA Terry Shercliffe
Sieger, Pep (NA) 1948-49 NA NA NA NA NA NA
Signorelli, Ron (Duluth, MN) 1948-50 NA NA NA NA NA NA
Sindelar, Roman (Prague, Czechoslovakia) 1984-86 D 2 0 0 0 0-0
Sisto, Alex (Duluth, MN) 1953-57 C NA 30 43 73 NA
Sittlow, Chris (Cottage Grove, MN) 1991-95 C 140 26 38 64 93-226
Sjoberg, Ronald (Duluth, MN) 1952-54 F NA 5 3 8 NA
Skalko, Ed (Gilbert, MN) 1952-53 F NA 7 9 16 NA
Skubic, Louis (Virginia, MN) 1946-47 W NA NA NA NA NA
Skubic, Stanley (Virginia, MN) 1946-47 NA NA NA NA NA NA
Smalley, Kevin (Duluth, MN) 1981-84 C 15 3 6 9 2-4
Smith, Robert (Duluth, MN) 1956-60 RW NA 26 15 41 13-29
Smith, Sandy (Brainerd, MN) 1986-90 RW 155 46 44 90 85-201
Smith, Todd (Anchorage, AK) 2001-05 D 125 6 14 20 78-156
Smith, Wayne (Gloucester, ONT) 1985-87 C 11 2 0 2 2-4
Snell, Chris (Grand Rapids, MN) 1994-97 D 64 0 6 6 34-76
Sprenger, Jim (Cloquet, MN) 1983-87 D 169 19 44 63 53-106
Spoden, Doug (West St. Paul, MN) 1974-75 C 28 14 11 25 8-16 Sandy Smith

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THEY WORE THE BULLDOG Player (Hometown) Year(s) POS GP G A PTS P-PM
Stalock, Alex (South St. Paul, MN) 2006-09 G 101 0 7 7 15-30
Standbrook, Grant (Winnipeg, MB) 1959-61 C 31 22 24 46 6-12
Stapleton, Tim (LaGrange, IL) 2002-06 C 162 63 89 152 30-60
Starren, Kevin (Proctor, MN) 1988-92 D 95 4 15 19 30-60
Staudohar, Paul (Duluth, MN) 1958-60 D NA 2 2 4 2-4
Stauffacher, Luke (Sun Prairie, WI) 2001-05 RW/C 154 36 38 74 73-184
Stepnes, Dave (Duluth, MN) 1962-65 RW 70 19 24 43 4-8
Stevens, Mike (Winnipeg, MB) 1969-71 D 60 3 21 24 30-78
Stratton, Doug (Sault Ste. Marie, ONT) 1973-74 D 8 2 1 3 6-12
Strom, Russ (Duluth, MN) 1948-49 D/W NA NA NA NA NA
THEY WORE THE BULLDOG

Sundberg, John (Duluth, MN). 1946-48 NA NA NA NA NA NA


Sundeen, Chuck (Duluth, MN) 1947-51 NA NA NA NA NA NA
Sundeen, Len (Duluth, MN) 1948-49 NA NA NA NA NA NA
Sutton, Edward (Duluth, MN) 1960-62 D NA 5 8 13 24-48
Mike Tok Sutton, Lee (St. Paul, MN) 1965-66 D 18 1 3 4 8-16
Swanson, Ryan (Maple, Grove, MN) 2003-06 D 38 0 7 7 33-88
Tamminen, Joe (Virginia, MN) 1991-95 LW 102 9 19 28 54-108
Taus, Matt (Elk River, MN) 1995-97 D 67 5 14 19 21-42
Telipasa, John (Toronto, ONT) 1972-74 C 10 2 3 5 3-6
Tessier, Ryan (Salol, MN) 1998-99 D 1 0 0 0 0-0
Thiele, Georg (Anchorage, AK) 1986-87 C 12 1 1 2 1-2
Thygeson, Walter (Proctor, MN) 1930-32 NA NA NA NA NA NA
Thomas, John (Duluth, MN) 1951-52 NA NA NA NA NA NA
Thompson, Dick (Baudette, MN) 1965-68 LW 84 20 21 41 20-40
Thompson, Mike (Two Harbors, MN) 1960-61 LW NA 4 3 7 1-2
Thompson, Norm (Duluth, MN) 1948-50 G NA NA NA NA NA
Thompson, Roger (Duluth, MN) 1958-59 G NA 0 0 0 0-0
Tok, Mike (Bovey, MN) 1962-66 C 98 61 47 108 37-101
Tok, Bob (Bovey, MN) 1967-69 C 42 1 5 6 3-6
Toninato, Jim (Bemidji, MN) 1982-86 C/LW 155 19 35 54 50-103
Toomey, Sean (St. Paul, MN) 1983-87 RW 144 58 40 98 28-64
Jim Toninato Torrel, Doug (Hibbing, MN) 1988-92 RW 156 54 57 111 115-246
Tousignant, Dan (Bloomington, MN) 1985-87 C 44 4 3 7 13-26
Trachsel, Larry (Duluth, MN) 1970-71 F 12 0 2 2 4-11
Trachsel, Steve (Duluth, MN) 1969-73 C 130 32 58 90 124-274
Tucker, Chris (Langley, BC) 1980-81 D 35 6 8 14 24-76
Turko, Ken (Thunder Bay, ONT) 1971-75 G 41 0 4 4 3-6
Udeson, Jerry (Duluth, MN) 1960-61,1962-63 D 40 2 4 6 8-16
Unklesbay, Jesse (Maplewood, MN) 2002-04 W 67 10 19 29 17-34
Valesano, Mike (Hoyt Lakes, MN) 1981-83 LW 80 19 23 42 13-26
Van Den Heuvel, Larry (Silver Bay, MN) 1969-70 D 1 0 0 0 0-0
Vaske, Dennis (Plymouth, MN) 1986-90 D 146 15 51 66 133-288
Ventrucci, Dick (Eveleth, MN) 1950-51 NA NA NA NA NA NA
Vodovnick, Jim (Chism, MN) 1947-48 NA NA NA NA NA NA
Waage, Don (Thief River Falls, MN) 1946-47 NA NA NA NA NA NA
Wallene, Howard (Hibbing, MN) 1953-56 LW NA 30 17 47 NA
Walsh, Harvey (Duluth, MN) 1930-31 NA NA NA NA NA NA
Jesse Unklesbay Wanvick, Woody (Duluth, MN) 1930-31 D NA NA NA NA NA
Warren, Guy 1931-32 NA NA NA NA NA NA
Waters, Joe (Duluth, MN) 1947-49 NA NA NA NA NA NA
Watson, Bill (Powerview, MB) 1982-85 RW 108 89 121 210 35-70
Watt, Jason (Duluth, MN) 1994-95 D 21 0 1 1 5-21
Weaver, Don (Peace River, AB) 1957-59 F NA 15 4 19 9-22
Weller, Craig (Calgary, AB) 2000-01 D 6 0 1 1 0-0
Weum, Ronald (Internat’l Falls, MN) 1968-70 D 31 5 5 10 12-27
Whalen, Chuck (Edina, MN) 1968-71 G 14 0 2 2 0-0
Wheele, Ron (Port Arthur, ONT) 1967-70 C 61 19 26 45 19-41
Wherley, Jerry (International Falls, MN) 1959-63 G 28 0 0 0 0-0
Wikman, Max (Gavle, Sweden) 1995-97 C 76 21 22 43 44-123
Wilkie, Donald (Regina, SASK) 1955-58 C NA 30 19 49 NA
Williams, Jack (Duluth, MN) 1958-60,1961-63 RW NA 26 32 58 18-41
Williams, Justin (Evansburg, AB) 2002-06 LW 127 25 44 69 68-147
Williamson, Tyler (Thunder Bay, ONT) 2000-01 D 23 0 3 3 2-4
Wilson, Bob (Duluth, MN) 1949-51 NA NA NA NA NA NA
Dennis Vaske Witherill, Jerry (Grand Rapids, MN) 1955-56 D 23 1 1 2 NA
Wojcichowsky, Orest (Yellow Creek, SASK) 1957-60 C NA 29 33 62 20-44
Wolfe, Benjie (Duluth, MN) 1966-69 D 52 3 9 12 54-108
Wright, Arliss (Regina, SASK) 1955-56,1957-58 F NA 16 21 37 NA
Wright, Larry (Regina, SASK) 1969-70 C 28 13 16 29 4-8
Young, Alan (Toronto, ONT) 1969-72 RW 88 31 43 74 43-142
Young, Robert (Regina, SASK) 1965-67 C 29 1 1 2 4-8
Younghans, Bob (Minneapolis, MN) 1970-71 C 10 0 1 1 0-0
Yurkovich, George (Evelth, MN) 1957-59 LW NA 6 7 13 2-4
Zahn, Jeremy (International Falls, MN) 1996-99 RW 51 0 2 2 19-49
Ziegelmann, Nate (Grand Forks, ND) 2005-08 G 9 0 0 0 0-0
Zilkie, Marv (Winnipeg, MB) 1961-65 RW 82 13 16 29 8-16
Note: Individual statistics prior to the 1952-53 season are not available

Benjie Wolfe

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GOALTENDING STATISTICS

THEY WORE THE BULLDOG


Name (Hometown)......................................... Year(s) W-L-T GP GA GAA SVS SVS%
Anderson, Rob (Superior, WI)........................ 1999-03 24-38-5 79 245 3.57 2,030 .892
Axelsson, Niklas (Waxholm, Sweden)........... 1993-95 1-0-0 5 13 5.28 62 .827
Bartness, Gary (Duluth, MN).......................... 1930-31 NA NA NA NA NA NA
Beck, Ron (International Falls, MN)............... 1967-69 3-11-0 15 70 4.86 410 .854
Birt, Jim (Duluth, MN).................................... 1952-54 1-0-0 1 3 3.00 18 .857
Bolin, Jeff (Edina, MN)................................... 1979-81 1-0-0 2 2 5.22 24 .800
Butler, Jerome (Salol, MN)............................. 1991-94 22-21-5 50 192 4.06 1,264 .868
Coole, Adam (Duluth, MN)............................ 2000-02 5-23-4 39 124 4.00 628 .886
Cooper, Paul (Duluth, MN)............................. 1952-53 8-3-0 11 45 4.09 254 .849

THEY WORE THE BULLDOG


Cortes, Mike (Duluth, MN)............................. 1985-88 15-14-1 31 127 4.18 884 .874
Chwialkowski, Corey (Bemidji, MN).............. 1989-90 1-0-0 5 9 5.14 45 .833
DeLuca, Tom (Port Arthur, ONT).................... 1962-63 2-4-0 6 29 5.09 223 .885
Downing, Jon (New Brighton, MN)................ 1981-85 13-9-0 26 118 4.54 659 .848 Rob Anderson
Duffey, Ben (Bismarck, ND)........................... 1983-86 0-0-0 1 1 2.12 12 .923
Erickson, Chad (Warroad,MN)....................... 1988-91 38-45-9 94 349 3.80 2,760 .888
Erickson, Ron (Burnsville, MN)...................... 1979-83 13-18-1 32 161 5.03 969 .858
Flint, Tony (Anoka, MN)................................. 1990-93 4-7-0 14 51 4.20 370 .879
Gasparini, Tony (Grand Forks, ND)................ 1995-99 1-5-2 15 31 3.10 325 .913
Gregoire, Jason (Moorhead, MN).................. 1999-01 0-1-0 2 10 12.45 24 .721
Gustafson, Dick (Fort Frances, ONT)............ 1956-58 4-1-0 5 7 1.40 70 .910
Halbrehder, Bill (Superior, WI)........................ 1961-65 29-26-2 66 258 3.94 2,179 .894
Haley, Mike (Minneapolis, MN)...................... 1957-61 31-16-1 49 176 3.82 1,150 .867
Hayko, Rick (Regina, SASK).......................... 1985-89 2-4-0 7 36 5.89 172 .827
Heinz, Rick (Essex, ONT)............................... 1974-78 39-64-5 110 538 4.93 3,899 .879
Hill, Ron (Oak Park, IL).................................. 1963-66 3-5-0 12 49 4.26 371 .883
Hiti, Ludwig (Eveleth, MN)............................. 1946-48 NA NA NA NA NA NA
Hjelle, Brady (International Falls, MN)....... 2008-2010 10-7-1 21 51 2.75 463 .901
Hyduke, John (Hibbing, MN)......................... 1985-89 45-53-4 106 413 3.96 2,901 .875
Johnson, Duane (Duluth, MN)....................... 1953-55 19-14-0 33 145 4.37 803 .847 Duane Johnson
Johnson, Jeff (Minneapolis, MN)................... 1975-79 4-12-0 16 81 5.12 475 .854
Johnson, Josh (Esko,MN)............................. 2003-07 22-20-4 51 123 2.74 1,165 .905
Kleisinger, Jerry (Regina, SASK).................... 1955-58 40-14-1 55 175 3.18 1,329 .884
Kosti, Rick (Limerick, SASK)......................... 1983-85 60-18-5 83 265 3.13 2,235 .894
LeBlanc, David (Fort William, ONT)............... 1965-68 19-44-1 64 312 4.81 2,285 .880
Lendzyk, Taras (Wynyard, SASK).................. 1992-96 60-56-7 126 441 3.57 3,491 .888
Little, Rob (Edina,MN)................................... 1974-76 1-6-0 7 41 5.69 214 .839
Mason, Bob (International Falls, MN)............ 1981-83 35-31-4 69 266 3.86 1,990 .882
Meagher, Gordy (Duluth, MN)........................ 1986-89 3-6-0 10 44 4.74 270 .860
Mendich, Tony (Duluth, MN).......................... 1951-52 NA NA NA NA NA NA
Moellman, Jim (Wyoming, MN)..................... 1995-97 3-2-0 10 23 4.00 132 .852
Moen, Billy (Proctor, MN)............................... 1976-77 2-7-0 10 61 6.42 407 .870
Mrazek, Jerome (Prince Albert, SASK).......... 1970-74 45-39-1 89 367 4.30 2,975 .890
Nelson, Brett (Grand Rapids, MN)................. 1990-92 2-2-0 7 21 4.52 119 .850
Nelson, Jim (Duluth, MN)............................... 1955-56 0-0-0 1 2 6.00 6 .750
Nicklin, Brant (Comox, BC)........................... 1996-00 55-70-8 137 449 3.79 3,880 .895 Ken Turko
Perkl, Bill (Minnetonka, MN).......................... 1977-81 42-35-4 84 388 4.62 2,646 .872
Reichmuth, Isaac (Fruitvale, BC)................... 2002-06 56-48-15 127 353 2.91 3,107 .898
Reiter, Kenny (Pittsburgh, PA)........................ 2008- 13-10-0 25 54 2.36 558 .912
Resch, Glenn (Regina, SASK)....................... 1968-71 28-45-2 75 322 4.35 2,271 .876
Romano, Ralph (Duluth, MN)......................... 1954-56 1-1-0 2 4 2.35 25 .862
Stalock, Alex (South St. Paul, MN)................ 2006-09 39-44-17 101 251 2.73 1,459 .901
Thomas, Roger (Duluth, MN)......................... 1958-59 2-0-0 2 6 3.00 NA NA
Thompson, Norm (Duluth, MN)..................... 1948-50 NA NA NA NA NA NA
Turko, Ken (Thunder Bay, ONT)..................... 1971-75 16-22-1 41 179 4.63 1,135 .870
Whalen, Chuck (Edina, MN).......................... 1968-71 7-6-0 14 56 4.02 441 .887
Wherley, Jerry (International Falls, MN)......... 1959-63 10-15-0 28 119 4.32 773 .867
Ziegelmann, Nate (Grand Forks, ND)............ 2005-08 2-5-0 9 25 3.54 191 .884

LIKE FATHER, LIKE SON


Sons following in their father’s hockey foot-
steps is not exactly a novelty act at UMD. In
fact, there have been seven such father-son
combinations to skate for the Bulldogs. That
group includes (son/father):
•Gary and Robert DeGrio
•Steve and Larry Cronkhite
•Jon and Rick Francisco
•Brett and Robert Larson
•Bill and Bob Lund
•Eric and Chuck Ness
•Ryan and Doug Nosan
•Travis and Bill Oleksuk Jon Francisco Rick Francisco

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By Country Forestburg, AB - 1
WHERE THEY CAME FROM
USA - 391 Fort McMurray, AB - 1
Canada - 135 Fridley, MN - 1
Sweden - 2 Fruitvale, BC - 1
Czechoslovakia - 1 Gavle, Sweden - 1
Finland - 1 Gloucester, ONT - 1
Russia - 1 Green Bay, WI - 1
Unknown - 15 Hafford, SASK - 1
Halkirk, AB - 1
By State Heron Bay, ONT - 1
Minnesota - 367 Inver Grove Hgts, MN - 1
WHERE THEY CAME FROM

Wisconsin - 7 Jyvaskyla, Finland - 1


North Dakota - 6 Kamloops, BC - 1
Alaska - 4 Kelly Lake, MN - 1
Illinois - 4 LaGrange, IL - 1
New York - 1 Langley, BC - 1
Pennsylvania - 1 Lethbridge, AB - 1
Washington - 1 Limerick, SASK - 1
Lino Lakes, MN - 1
By Province Longlac, ONT - 1
Ontario - 41 Maple Grove, MN - 1
Saskatchewan - 36 Medicine Hat, AB-1
Alberta - 22 Morden, MB - 1
Manitoba - 21 Montreal, QUE - 1
British Columbia - 13 Mountain Iron, MN - 1
Quebec - 2 Nelson, BC - 1
New Hope, MN -1
Defenseman Ryan Coole (1997-2001) is one of the 132 Duluth
By City Niagara Falls, ONT- 1
natives who have opted to stay home and skate for UMD
Duluth, MN - 132 Oak Park, IL - 1
Grand Rapids, MN - 18 Olds, AB - 1
Thunder Bay, ONT - 18 Taconite, MN - 5 Bismarck, ND - 2 Cottage Grove, MN - 1
International Falls, MN - 16 Toronto, ONT - 5 Blaine, MN - 2 Peace River, AB - 1
Regina, SASK - 16 Bovey, MN - 4 Brainerd, MN - 2 Pengilly, MN-1
Hibbing, MN - 10 Rochester, MN - 4 Coleraine, MN - 2 Portage, MB - 1
St. Paul, MN - 10 Saskatoon, SASK - 4 Edmonton, AB - 2 Powerview, MB -1
Bloomington, MN - 9 Thief River Falls, MN - 4 French Butte, SASK -2 Prague, CZECH - 1
Virginia, MN - 9 West St. Paul, MN - 4 Grande Prairie, AB - 2 Prince George, AB - 1
Cloquet, MN - 8 William, ONT - 4 Hastings, MN - 2 Prior Lake, MN - 1
Eveleth, MN - 8 Anchorage, AK - 3 Hoyt Lakes, MN - 2 Ramsey, MN - 1
Fort Frances, ONT - 8 Anoka, MN - 3 Kelowna, BC - 2 Red Deer, AB -1
Winnipeg, MB - 8 Chisholm, MN - 3 Mahtomedi, MN - 2 Reston, MB - 1
Minneapolis, MN - 7 Craik, SASK - 3 Maplewood, MN - 2 Richfield, MN - 1
Calgary, AB - 8 Elk River, MN - 3 Minnetonka, MN - 2 Richland, WA - 1
Warroad, MN - 6 Gilbert, MN - 3 New Brighton, MN - 2 Rosemount, MN - 1
White Bear Lake, MN - 6 Grand Forks, ND - 3 Oakdale, MN - 2 St. Joseph deBeauce, QUE - 1
Edina, MN - 5 Moorhead, MN- 3 Plymouth, MN - 2 St. Louis Park, MN - 1
Hermantown, MN - 5 Roseau, MN - 3 Roseville, MN - 2 St. Petersburg, Russia - 1
Prince Albert, SASK - 5 Salol, MN - 3 Shoreview, MN - 2 Saulte St. Marie, ONT - 1
Proctor, MN - 5 Alexandria, MN - 2 The Pas, MB - 2 Sartell, MN - 1
Silver Bay, MN - 5 Baudette, MN - 2 Two Harbors, MN - 2 Savage, MN - 1
Superior, WI - 5 Bemidji, MN - 2 Windsor, ONT - 2 Soudan, MN - 1
Alexander, MB - 1 South St. Paul, MN - 1
Algonquin, IL - 1 Springside, SASK-1
Apple Valley, MN - 1 Starbuck, MB - 1
Arden Hills, MN - 1 Steinbach, MB - 1
Aurora, MN - 1 Strausberg, MB - 1
Babbitt, MN - 1 Sun Prairie, WI-1
Biggar, SASK - 1 Tisdale, SASK - 1
Bonnyville, MB - 1 Tonawanda, NY - 1
Brandon, MB - 1 Tower, MN - 1
Brooklyn Park, MN - 1 Trail, BC - 1
Burnsville, MN - 1 Twig, MN - 1
Canwood, SASK - 1 Unity, SASK - 1
Cochrane, AB - 1 Vadnais Heights, MN - 1
Columbia Hgts., MN - 1 Vancouver, BC - 1
Comox, BC - 1 Victoria, BC - 1
Courtenay, BC - 1 Waxholm, Sweden - 1
Dauphin, MB - 1 Wayzata, MN - 1
Deerwood, MN - 1 W. Vancouver, BC - 1
Devil’s Lake, ND - 1 Weyburn, SASK - 1
Darien, IL - 1 White Rock, BC - 1
Eagle River, AK - 1 Willmar, MN - 1
Esko, MN - 1 Wynyard, SASK - 1
Essex, ONT - 1 Wyoming, MN - 1
Eston, SASK - 1 Yellow Creek, SASK - 1
Evansburg, AB - 1
The city of Warroad, Minn. has churned out six Bulldogs over the Excelsior, MN - 1
years, the most recent being defenseman Jay Hardwick (2000-04) Fergus Falls, MN - 1
Fernie, BC - 1

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CAPTAIN(S) ALTERNATE CAPTAIN(S)

BULLDOG TEAM CAPTAINS


2010-11 Mike Montgomery Jack Connolly, Mike Connolly
2009-10 Drew Akins Jordan Fulton, Mike Montgomery
2008-09 Andrew Carroll,
Matt Greer,
Josh Meyers
2007-08 Matt McKnight Andrew Carroll, Travis Gawryletz
2006-07 Andrew Carroll,
Matt McKnight
2005-06 Steve Czech Tim Stapleton
2004-05 Evan Schwabe Neil Petruic, Luke Stauffacher

BULLDOG TEAM CAPTAINS


2003-04 Beau Geisler Junior Lessard, Luke Stauffacher
2002-03 Jon Francisco Beau Geisler, Jesse Unklesbay
2001-02 Judd Medak Andy Reierson
2000-01 Andy Reierson Ryan Coole, Ryan Homstol
1999-00 Jeff Scissons Colin Anderson, Ryan Coole
1998-99 Bert Gilling Curtis Bois, Jeff Scissons
1997-98 Mike Peluso,
Laird Lidster
1996-97 Brad Federenko Laird Lidster, Mike Peluso
1995-96 Joe Ciccarello Chet Culic, Taras Lendzyk
1994-95 Brett Larson Rod Aldoff, Rusty Fitzgerald
1993-94 Chris Marinucci Rod Miller, Corey Osmak
1992-93 Derek Plante Jon Rohloff, Jeff Parrott
1991-92 Doug Torrel Derek Plante, Jon Rohloff
1990-91 Scott Keller Shawn Howard, Darren Nauss
1989-90 Dale Jago, Shjon Podein
Sandy Smith
1988-89 Pat Janostin Dale Jago, Sandy Smith
1987-88 Joe DeLisle Mike DeAngelis,
Darin Illikainen
1986-87 Guy Gosselin Brian Johnson, Jim Sprenger
1985-86 Mark Odnokon Matt Christensen,
Norm Maciver
1984-85 Jim Johnson, Mark Odnokon
Tom Herzig In 2000-01, junior defenseman Andy Reierson became the first
1983-84 Tom Kurvers Bill Grillo, Bob Lakso non-senior in 23 years to take on UMD’s team captaincy duties
1982-83 Jim Graven Dan Fishback, Gregg Moore
1981-82 Bill Oleksuk Gary DeGrio, Scott Carlston
1980-81 Davey Johnson Tom Madson, Bill Oleksuk
1979-80 Stan Palmer Glenn Kulyk, Keith Hendrickson
1978-79 Curt Giles John Harrington, John Rothstein
1977-78 Curt Giles John Rothstein, Carmen Haakstad
1976-77 Rick Heinz Monty Jones, Craig Arvidson
1975-76 Tom Milani Dave Langevin, Mike Newton
1974-75 Gord McDonald Tom Milani, Scott Koidahl
1973-74 Gord McDonald Tom Milani, Lyman Haakstad
1972-73 Mark Heaslip,
Chuck Ness,
Jerome Mrazek
1971-72 Walt Ledingham Pat Boutette, Cam Fryer
1970-71 Glenn Resch Murray Keogan, Jim Maertz
1969-70 Ron Busniuk Glenn Resch, Dan Mahle
1968-69 Bruce McLeod,
Rick Newell
1967-68 John McKay Bruce McLeod, Rick Newell
1966-67 Keith Christiansen Pat Francisco, Bobby Bell
1965-66 Owen Rogers Keith Christiansen, Bob Hill
1964-65 Owen Rogers Terry Shercliffe, Mike Tok
1963-64 Bill McGann Terry Shercliffe, Owen Rogers
1962-63 Bill Lenardon Ron Johnson
1961-62 Bill Lenardon Tom Bartholdi, John McCormick
1960-61 Mike Haley Grant Standbrook
1959-60 Ron Pretlac
1958-59 Larry Cronkhite
1957-58 Harvey Flaman,
Elmer Schwartz
1956-57 Harvey Flaman
1955-56 Alex Sisto
1954-55 John Bymark
1953-54 Bob Boyat
1952-53 Wally Heikkinen
1951-52 Wally Heikkinen
1950-51 Jim Krysiak Senior Rick Heinz served as the Bulldogs’ team captain during
1949-50 Wally Heikkinen the 1976-77 season -- the last goaltender to hold that role.
1948-49 Gord Eddolls
1947-48 NA
1946-47 NA
1931-32 Henry Antoskiewicz
1930-31 NA
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Gerry Fellner, D (1973-74) Craig Arvidson, LW (1973-77)
BULLDOGS BY THE NUMBER 0 8
Ron Beck, G (1967-69) Jim Maertz, D (1969-71) Drew Olson, D (2009- ) John Telipasa, C (1972-73)
Benjie Wolfe, D (1968-69) Drew Akins, C (2006-08) David Roy, RW/C (1969-72)
1 Elroy Froiland, RW (1965-66) Justin Williams, RW (2003-06) Ron Forbes, LW (1967-69)
Kenny Reiter, G (2007-09) Jerry Udeson, D (1962-63) Mark Carlson, D (1998-02) Dick Maertz, RW (1963-67)
Josh Johnson, G (2003-06) Bill Rippin, C (1961-62) Mike Peluso, C (1994-98) Jack Williams, RW (1962-63)
Chad Erickson, G (1988-89) Jerry Udeson, D (1960-61) Kraig Karakas, C (1991-94) Bill McGiffert, C (1961-62)
Mike Cortes, G (1985-88) Mike O’Handley, RW (1959-60) Darin Amundson, C (1987-91) Jack Williams, RW (1958-60)
Rick Kosti, G (1983-85) Larry Cronkhite, C (1957-59) Georg Thiele, C (1986-87) Arliss Wright, C/W (1955-56, 57-58)
Bob Mason, G (1981-83) Frank Johnson, LW (1952-56) Brian Durand, D (1983-86) Jerry Calengor, C/W (1952-55)
Bill Perkl, G (1979-81) Gregg Moore, RW (1979-83) 12
BULLDOGS BY THE NUMBER

Ron Erickson, G (1978-79) 5


Trent Palm, D (2006-08, 2009- ) Glenn Kulyk, C (1976-80) Jack Connolly, C (2008- )
Rick Heinz, G (1975-78) Carmen Haakstad, RW (1974-75)
Rob Little, G (1974-75) Craig Weller, D (2000-01) Jay Cascalenda, D/LW (2005-06)
Pasi Korhonen, W (1999-2000) Mike Lence, LW (1971-74) Justin Williams, RW (2002-03)
Jerome Mrazek, G (1970-74) Phil Hoene, C (1969-71)
Glenn Resch, G (1968-71) Andy Birrenkot, D (1997-98) Mark Gunderson, C (1997-01)
Josh Arnold, C (1995-97) Ron Wheele, C (1967-70) Max Wikman, C (1995-97)
Dave LeBlanc, G (1965-68) Mike Tok, C (1962-66)
Ronald Hill, G (1963-66) Rod Aldoff, D (1993-95) Aaron Novak, LW (1993-94)
Brett Hauer, D (1989-93) Tom Bartholdi, RW (1960-62) Marty Olson, RW (1991-93)
Bill Halbrehder, G (1961-65) Jerry Abelson, D (1956-60)
Tom DeLuca, G (1962-63) Pat Janostin, D (1987-89) Corey Osmak, LW (1990-91)
Dale Jago, D (1986-87) Wally Akervik, D (1955-58) Jason Bortolussi, RW (1989-90)
Jerry Wherley, G (1959-63)
Mike Haley, G (1957-61) Norm Maciver, D (1982-86) 9 Kris Miller, D (1987-89)
Roger Thompson, G (1958-59) Mike Goltelaere, D (1981-82) Keith Christiansen, C (1963-67) Sean Toomey, RW (1984-87)
Richard Gustafson, G (1956-58) Steve Lundeen, D (1979-81) Jay Beasley, RW (1958-59, 60-63) Matt Christensen, C (1982-83)
Jerry Kleisinger, G/F (1955-58) Tom Conroy, LW (1977-79) Don Judnick, D (1957-59) Scott Carlston, LW (1978-82)
Jim Nelson, G (1955-56) John Albers, D (1976-77) Mike Horn, D (1954-57) John Rothstein, RW (1975-79)
Ralph Romano, G (1954-56) Kerry Gulbranson, D (1975-76) Scott Koidahl, C (1972-75)
Duane Johnson, G (1953-55) Gerry Fellner, D (1974-75) 10 Murray Keogan, C (1969-71)
Jim Birt, G (1952-54) Larry Van Den Heuvel, D (1969-70) Dan DeLisle, C (2009- ) Dave Haines, C (1968-69)
Paul Cooper, G (1952-53) Rick Newell, D (1966-69) Michael Gergen, LW (2005-09) Tom Ahrens, D (1965-68)
Ron Panger, F (1963-65) Jeff McFarland, C (2003-05) Dave Stepnes, RW (1962-65)
2 Bill Lenardon, C (1959-63) T.J. Caig, C (2002-03) Duane Rostie, C (1960-62)
Brady Lamb, D (2008- ) Al Peterson, C (1958-60) Jim Murphy, C (2000-2001) Don Weaver, C (1957-59)
Neil Petruic, D (2001-02) Jim Hall, F (1957-58) Colin Anderson, W (1997-2000) Elmer Schwartz, W (1955-58)
Craig Pierce, D (1997-2001) Don Weaver, F (1957-58) Sergei Petrov, RW (1993-97)
Nik Patronas, C/LW (1995-96) Alex Sisto, C (1954-57) Brad Penner, LW (1989-93) 13
Jason Garatti, D (1993-95) Al Peterson, C (1953-54) Joe DeLisle, RW (1984-88) Travis Oleksuk, LW (2008-09)
Greg Hanson, D (1992-93) Bob Lakso, LW (1980-84) Matt McKnight, C (2004-08)
Kris Miller, D (1989-91) 6 Dan Lempe, C (1976-80) Jon Francisco, C (1999-03)
Tom Hanson, D (1985-89) Scott Kishel, D (2008- ) Mark Meagher, D (1974-75) Jason Haakstad, C (1995-98)
Jim Plankers, D (1983-85) Jim Jensen, D (2005-06) John Telipasa, C (1973-74) Joe Tamminen, LW (1991-95)
Jim Graven, D (1979-83) Todd Smith, D (2001-05) Lyn Ellingson, C (1969-73) Scott Engen, RW (1989-90)
Gord McDonald, D (1971-75) Jesse Fibiger, D (1997-2001) Phil Hoene, C (1968-69) Scott Keller, C (1987-89)
Mel Grosse, D (1969-71) David Buck, D (1993-97) Dick Thompson, LW (1965-68) Barry Chyzowski, C (1986-87)
Ron Weum, D (1968-69) Rod Miller, D (1990-94) Marvin Zilkie, RW (1961-65) Tom Lorentz, RW (1984-86)
Bob Tok, C (1967-68) Jeff Parrott, D (1989-90) Gary Harker, LW (1962-63) Dave Pavelich, LW (1981-82)
John Devich, D (1966-67) Bob Alexander, LW (1985-88) Jack Foster, W (1961-62) Bruce Rogers, LW (1968-69)
Robert Lund, D (1962-65) Jim Johnson, D (1981-85) Grant Standbrook, C (1959-61) Bill Salminen, RW (1968-69)
Edward Sutton, D (1960-62) Chris Tucker, D (1980-81) Jay Beasley, LW (1958-59) John McKay, D (1965-68)
Dale Noreen, D (1960-61) Chris Knauff, D (1977-79) Don Wilkie, C (1955-58) Jack Kreidler, W (1967-68)
Robert Lund, D (1959-60) Pat Graiziger, D (1976-78) Howard Wallene, LW (1953-56) Orest Wojcichowsky, C (1958-60)
Don Judnick, D (1956-60) Bob Joyce, D (1974-75) Harvey Flaman, LW (1955-58)
Jim Bretto, D (1957-59) Ed O’Brien, D (1972-76) 11
Mike Stevens, D (1969-71) Kyle Schmidt, RW (2007-10) 14
Frank Holappa, D (1953-56) Keegan Flaherty, RW (2009- )
Ronald Scott, D (1952-55) Ron Wheele, C (1967-68) Mason Raymond, LW (2005-07)
Lee Sutton, D (1966-67) Tyler Brosz, LW (2001-05) Jay Cascalenda, D/LW (2006-09)
3 Dick Fisher, D (1962-65) John Conboy, D (1999-2000) Nick Kemp, W (2005-06)
Chase Ryan, D (2007-10) Larry Cronkhite, C (1959-60) Curtis Bois, LW (1995-99) Tim Hambly, D (2001-05)
Jay Hardwick, D (2000-04) Larry Cronkhite, C (1956-57) Derek Locker, RW (1993-94) Ryan Coole, D (1997-2001)
Tim Schneider, D (1999-2000) Robert Smith, RW (1956-60) Jeff Antonovich, C (1992-93) Woody Glines, C (1995-97)
Bert Gilling, D (1995-99) Gerald Olson, D (1956-59) Jason Bortolussi, LW (1990-92) Wayne Sager, RW (1988-92)
David Buck, D (1993-94) Jim Bockland, RW (1955-56) Sandy Smith, RW (1987-90) Ross Johnson, RW/C (1986-87)
Kevin Starren, D (1988-92) Brian Nelson, LW (1984-87) Sean Krakiwsky, RW (1985-86)
Rob Pallin, D (1985-87) 7 Mark Baron, RW (1981-85) Bill Watson, RW (1982-85)
Bill Grillo, D (1980-84) Drew Akins, C (2008-2010) Tom Conroy, LW (1980-81) Mike Carlson, C (1981-82)
Stan Palmer, D (1976-80) Jason Garrison, D (2005-08) Al Cleveland, LW (1977-80) Tom Hendricks, RW (1980-81)
Dave Langevin, D (1973-76) Neil Petruic, D (2002-05)
Steve Trachsel, C/D (1969-73) Andy Reierson, D (1998-02)
Mike Sertich, D (1968-69) Curtis Doell, D (1997-98)
Benjie Wolfe, D (1966-68) Rick Mrozik, D (1995-97)
Dan Mahle, LW (1967-68) Rusty Fitzgerald, C (1993-95)
Bob Hill, D (1962-66) Joe Biondi, C (1990-93)
Dale Noreen, D (1961-62) Greg Andrusak, D (1989-90)
Ron Pretlac, D (1956-60) Chris Lindberg, C (1988-89)
Don Bourdeau, C (1954-56) Mike DeAngelis, D (1986-88)
Matt Christensen, C (1983-86)
4 Pat Guyer, C (1981-83)
Dylan Olsen, D (2009- ) Tom Madson, D (1977-81)
Evan Oberg, D (2007-09) Ernie Powell, LW (1973-77)
Steve Czech, D (2002-06) Pat Boutette, C (1970-73)
Steve Rodberg, D/LW (1999-02) Larry Wright, C (1969-70)
Curtis Doell, D (1996-97) Bob Tok, D (1968-69)
Rick Mrozik, D (1994-95) Mike Sertich, D (1966-68)
Steve Cronkhite, D (1990-93) Lee Sutton, D (1965-66)
Dale Jago, D (1987-90) Dave Maertz, C (1965-66)
Guy Gosselin, D (1982-87) Bill McGann, D (1960-64)
George Crookshank, D (1979-83) Dale Noreen, D (1959-60)
Mike O’Handley, RW (1958-59) All-American Keith “Huffer” Christiansen owns the dinstinction
Curt Giles, D (1975-79)
Don Wilkie, C (1955-58) of being the first UMD athlete to have his jersey (No. 9) retired

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Pat Regan, D (1976-80) Don Hedlund, D (1976-80) Mike DeAngelis, D (1984-86)

BULLDOGS BY THE NUMBER


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Kirk McIvor, C (1975-76) MacGregor Sharp, C (2005-09) Jim Knapp, D (1972-76) Anders Andersson, C (1981-82, 83-84)
John Albers, D (1974-75) Ryan Geris, D (2004-05) Cam Fryer, RW (1969-72) Mark Baron, RW (1980-81)
Doug Christy, LW (1973-74) Dan Kronick, LW (2002-04) 23 Gregg Moore, RW (1979-80)
Dave Langevin, D (1972-73) Judd Medak, RW (1998-02) Jordan Fulton, C (2006-2010) John Harrington, RW (1975-79)
David Roy, RW (1971-72) Matt Taus, D (1995-97) Tim Stapleton, C (2002-05)
Bob Younghans, C (1970-71) Chad Kolar, C (2000-02) 29
Brett Larson, D (1991-95) Josh Miskovich, RW (2001-05)
Ron Busniuk, C/D (1967-70) Joe Biondi, C (1989-90) Jeff Scissons, C (1996-2000)
Bob Bell, LW (1963-67) Jeff Romfo, RW (1992-96) Eric Ness, C (1998-99)
Greg Andrusak, D (1987-89) Brad Federenko, LW (1993-97)
Bill McGiffert, C (1962-63) Brian Johnson, C (1983-87) Garett Plotnik, LW (1991-92)
John McCormick, LW (1960-62) Shawn Howard, C (1987-91) Jon Rohloff, D (1988-93)
Dan Fishback, C (1979-83) Brett Hull, RW (1984-86)

BULLDOGS BY THE NUMBER


Bernard Cousineau, LW (1957-60) Dave McDonald, LW (1977-79) Pat Janostin, D (1985-87)
Jerry Witherall, D (1955-56) Tom Herzig, LW (1981-85) Brad Johnson, C (1983-84)
Erin Roth, LW (1976-77) John Santori, LW (1979-83)
Harold High, C (1952-55) Mike Newton, LW (1972-76) Doug LeTouneau, C (1979-81)
Joe Nelson, RW (1975-76) Terry Keseley, RW (1977-79)
15 Walt Ledingham, LW (1970-72) Mike Jacques, LW (1976-77)
Tim Lillo, RW (1969-70) Tim Lawson, C (1974-75)
Jake Hendrickson, C/RW (2009- ) Jay Judkins, RW (1973-74)
Rob Bordson, C (2007-09) Larry Krawchuk, RW (1967-69) 30
Bob Young, C (1965-67) Mark Heaslip, RW (1970-73) Brady Hjelle, G (2008-2010)
Matt Niskanen, D (2005-07)
Evan Schwabe, C (2002-05) Bill McGiffert, C (1963-65) Jason Gregoire, G (1999-2000)
Bill Savolainen, LW (1961-63) 24 Tony Gasparini, G (1995-99)
Nate Anderson, C (1998-02) Mike Montgomery, D/RW (2007- )
Laird Lidster, D (1994-98) Bill Rippin, C (1960-62) Tony Flint, G (1990-93)
Irving Curran, LW (1956-59) Logan Gorsalitz, RW (2006-07) Rick Hayko, G (1985-89)
Corey Osmak, RW (1991-94) Ryan Swanson, D (2003-06)
Kraig Karakas, C (1989-91) Gene Nelson, G (1955-56) Jon Downing, G (1981-85)
Drew Otten, RW (1999-03) Jeff Bolin, G (1979-81)
Chris Lindberg, C (1987-88) 19 Kent Sauer, D (1998-99)
Roman Sindelar, D (1985-86) Jeff Johnson, G (1975-79)
Rob Bordson, C (2009-2010) Jason Garatti, D (1995-98) Ken Turko, G (1971-75)
Danny May, C (1981-85) Nick Kemp, RW (2006-09) Adam Roy, LW (1994-95)
John Lodahl, RW (1979-81) Chuck Whalen, G (1968-71)
Tim Stapleton, C (2005-06) Greg Andrusak, D (1991-92)
Gary DeGrio, LW (1978-79) Nick Anderson, RW (2000-05) Steve Cronkhite, D (1988-90) 31
Steve Otis, RW (1976-78) Nik Patronas, RW (1996-99) Darin Illikainen, LW (1984-88) Josh Johnson, G (2006-07)
Tim Egan, D (1975-76) Joe Ciccarello, RW (1994-96) Bruce Fishback, RW (1983-84) Niklas Axelsson, G (1993-95)
Tom Nemanick, LW (1972-75) Chris Marinucci, RW (1990-94) Mike Krensing, C/D (1979-83) Brett Nelson, G (1990-91)
Greg Hubick, D (1970-72) Glen Lang, C (1988-90) Carmen Haakstad, RW (1975-78) Corey Chwialkowski, G (1989-90)
Bruce Jordet, RW (1968-71) Tom Lorentz, RW/C (1984-88) John Albers, D (1975-76) John Hyduke, G (1985-89)
Dan Mahle, LW (1968-70) Kevin Smalley, C (1981-85) Ernie Campe, D (1970-74) Mike Valesano, LW (1981-83)
Robert Larson, LW (1968-69) Davey Johnson, C (1976-81)
Tom Mrozik, C (1965-68) Tom Milani, RW (1972-76) 25 32
Pat Francisco, RW (1963-64) Al Young, RW (1969-72) Blair LeFebvre, LW (2004-05) Alex Stalock, G (2006-09)
Ron Johnson, LW (1959-63) Doug Nosan, D (1968-69) Jesse Unklesbay, LW (2002-04) Ryan Nosan, LW (1996-99)
Al Peterson, C (1957-58) Gary Murphy, C (1966-68) Tom Nelson, RW/C (1998-02) Ken Dzikowski, C (1994-96)
Ed Skalko, LW (1955-56) Peter Hegg, LW (1967-68) Dan Jablonic, LW (1994-97)
Bob Johnson, LW (1959-60) Brian Caruso, LW (1990-94) 33
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Scott Dahl, RW (1958-59) Shjon Podein, LW (1987-90) Dan Carlson, G (2005-07)
Matt Greer, LW (2005-09) Jim Sprenger, D (1983-87) Matt Klein, G (2001-04)
T.J. Caig, C (2003-05) 20 Bill Oleksuk, LW (1978-82) Jason Gregoire, G (2000-01)
Matt Mathias, C/W (2000-03) Cody Danberg, LW (2009- ) Mitch Corbin, RW (1977-78) Ryan Karasek, G (1997-98)
Richie Anderson, LW (1995-2000) Andrew Carroll, LW (2005-09) Joe Nelson, RW (1973-75) Jim Moellman, G (1995-97)
Brian Bolf, C (1994-95) Brett Hammond, LW (2001-05) Ken Larson, RW (1971-72) Jerome Butler, G (1991-95)
Joe Ciccarello, C (1992-94) Jerrid Reinholz, C/W (2000-01) Larry Trachsel, C (1970-71) Chad Erickson, G (1989-91)
Kevin Kaiser, LW (1988-92) Shawn Pogreba, RW/D (1996-00) Bill Moen, G (1976-77)
Barry Chyzowski, C (1987-88) Marc Christian, RW (1992-96) 26
Bruce Fishback, RW (1984-87) Jerry Chumola, C (1987-89) Chad Huttel, D (2007- ) 34
Brian Glynn, C (1982-84) Skeeter Moore, LW (1983-87) Adam Davis, D (2005-06) Nate Ziegelmann, G (2005-08)
Mark Pavelich, C (1976-79) Rob Murray, D (1978-83) Beau Geisler, D (2000-04) Josh Arnold, C (1994-96)
Doug Spoden, C (1974-75) Mike Jacques, LW (1977-78) Joe Rybar, LW (1994-98)
Merv Kiryluik, RW (1971-74) Dan Jablonic, RW (1993-94) 35
Monty Jones, LW (1973-77) Kenny Reiter, G (2009- )
Bruce Jordet, RW (1968-71) Chuck Ness, LW (1969-73) Derek Plante, C (1989-93)
Elroy Froiland, RW (1966-68) Terry Shold, LW (1985-89) Adam Coole, G (2000-02)
Bruce McLeod, LW (1966-69) Brant Nicklin, G (1996-00)
Owen Rogers, RW (1963-66) Brian Nelson, LW (1984-85)
Mike Mithrush, C (1960-63) 21 Bill Mason, RW (1981-84) Taras Lendzyk, G (1992-96)
Tommy Powell, RW (1958-59) Travis Oleksuk, LW (2009-10) Dan Gerarden, C (1980-81) Brett Nelson, G (1991-92)
George Yurkovich, LW (1957-58) Cody Danberg, LW (2007-09) Keith Hendrickson, D (1975-80) Gordy Meagher, G (1986-89)
Frank Holappa, D (1955-56) Jeff McFarland, C (2005-07) Ben Duffey, G (1984-86)
Luke Stauffacher, RW/C (2001-05) 27 Ron Erickson, G (1979-83)
17 Derek Derow, RW (1997-01) David Grun, RW (2008- ) Bill Perkl, G (1977-79)
Mike Seidel, W (2009- ) Adam Roy, LW (1995-97) Mike Curry, RW (2005-08) Rob Little, G (1974-76)
Josh Meyers, D (2006-09) Chris Sittlow, C (1992-95) Marco Peluso, LW (2002-05)
Bryan McGregor, RW (2003-05) Evan Schwabe, C (2001-02) 36
Doug Torrel, RW (1988-92) Jason Watt, D (1994-95)
Michael Miskovich, RW (1999-02) Pat Scanlon, LW (1986-88) Ryan Homstol, LW (1997-01)
Jeremy Zahn, LW (1996-99) Jim Toninato, C/LW (1982-86) Chris Snell, D (1994-97) 37
Joe Golcz, C (1995-96) Barry McCulloch, C (1977-79) Rod Aldoff, D (1991-92) Justin Fontaine, RW (2007- )
Paul Carey, C (1994-95) Gary DeGrio, LW (1978-82) Scott Keller, RW (1989-91) Chris Sittlow, C (1991-92)
Rusty Fitzgerald, C (1991-93) Rodney Jones, C (1974-76) Sandy Smith, C (1986-87)
Darren Nauss, RW (1987-91) Rick Francisco, RW (1973-74) Mark Odnokon, LW (1982-86) 39
Dave Cowan, C (1983-87) Roger Hunt, LW (1971-73) Mel Bailey, D (1981-82) Isaac Reichmuth, G (2002-06)
Dean Ekman, C/W (1979-83) Lyman Haakstad, C (1970-71) Mitch Corbin, RW (1978-80)
Mark Pavelich, C (1976-79) Dave Haines, C (1968-70) Tom Funke, LW (1977-78) 42
Doug Christy, LW (1974-75) Bryan McGregor, RW (2005-07)
Merv Kiryluik, RW (1970-71) 22 28
David Farrow, LW (1967-70) Mike Connolly, LW (2008- ) Wade Bergman D, (2009- ) 44
Pat Francisco, RW (1964-67) Travis Gawryletz, D (2004-08) Josh Meyers, D (2005-06) Mitch Ryan, RW (2006-07)
Terry Shercliffe, C (1962-65) Junior Lessard, RW (2000-04) Mike Curry, RW (2004-05) Jay Rosehill, D (2004-05)
Dick Fisher, D (1961-62) Ryan Nosan, LW (1999-00) Ryan Geris, D (2002-04) Bill Lund, C (1990-91)
Max Ramsland, LW (1958-59) Ken Dzikowski, C (1997-98) Tyler Williamson, D/F (2000-02)
Colin Anderson, RW (1996-97) 47
Walter Melynchuk, C (1958-59) Greg Hanson, D (1993-96) Rob Anderson, G (1999-03)
Orest Wojcichowsky, C (1957-58) Jeff Parrott, D (1990-93) Chet Culic, LW (1993-96)
John Bymark, D (1953-57) Stu Plante, LW (1987-90) Brad Federenko, RW (1992-93) 54
Wayne Smith, C (1985-87) Scott Engen, RW (1990-92) Trent Palm, D (2008-09)
Tom Kurvers, D (1980-84) Dennis Vaske, D (1986-90)

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(Overall) (Conference*)
HOW THEY’VE FINISHED
Year W L T Pct GF GA W L T Pct Place GF GA Coach
1930-31 0 3 0 .000 4 15 Frank Kovach
1931-32 2 5 0 .286 11 18 2 2 0 .500 2nd(T) 3 13 Frank Kovach
1932-46 no hockey
1946-47 11 6 1 .639 NA NA 10 3 0 .769 3rd NA NA Joe Oven
1947-48 6 3 0 .667 36 28 Hank Jensen
1948-49 7 0 0 1.000 47 12 Hank Jensen
1949-50 4 3 1 .563 30 16 4 3 1 .563 NA 30 16 Hank Jensen
1950-51 2 3 0 .400 22 24 2 3 0 .400 NA 22 24 Hank Jensen
1951-52 2 7 0 .222 30 50 0 6 0 .000 NA 17 37 Gord Eddolls
1952-53 9 3 0 .750 59 48 6 1 0 .857 1st 41 17 Gord Eddolls
HOW THEY’VE FINISHED

1953-54 10 7 0 .588 80 65 9 1 0 .900 1st 46 24 Gord Eddolls


1954-55 9 8 0 .529 75 85 7 2 0 .778 2nd 49 21 Bob Boyat
1955-56 17 6 0 .739 137 68 12 0 0 1.000 1st 96 20 Connie Pleban
1956-57 16 4 3 .761 137 60 12 0 0 1.000 1st 75 12 Connie Pleban
1957-58 13 6 1 .643 127 61 10 0 0 1.000 1st 92 14 Connie Pleban
1958-59 10 9 1 .525 107 83 7 0 0 1.000 1st 66 8 Connie Pleban
1959-60 15 5 0 .750 124 67 8 0 0 1.000 1st 76 9 Ralph Romano
1960-61 13 3 0 .813 113 38 6 0 0 1.000 1st 61 3 Ralph Romano
1961-62 6 14 2 .318 69 119 Ralph Romano
1962-63 7 15 2 .333 80 103 Ralph Romano
1963-64 11 14 0 .440 95 95 Ralph Romano
1964-65 14 12 1 .537 146 107 Ralph Romano
1965-66 7 19 2 .286 96 137 3 15 2 .200 8th 64 92 Ralph Romano
1966-67 12 16 0 .429 124 125 8 15 0 .348 6th 90 114 Ralph Romano
1967-68 5 23 0 .179 71 144 4 20 0 .167 8th 54 116 Ralph Romano
1968-69 6 23 0 .207 91 147 3 19 0 .136 8th 64 119 Bill Selman
1969-70 13 15 1 .466 118 107 10 13 1 .438 6th 89 93 Bill Selman
1970-71 16 17 1 .485 147 146 10 14 1 .417 6th 98 106 Terry Shercliffe
1971-72 16 18 1 .471 148 150 15 13 0 .536 4th(T) 129 123 Terry Shercliffe
1972-73 19 17 0 .528 166 161 13 15 0 .464 8th 129 140 Terry Shercliffe
1973-74 21 16 1 .566 167 155 13 14 1 .482 6th 113 126 Terry Shercliffe
1974-75 10 24 4 .316 158 192 9 20 3 .328 8th 141 166 Terry Shercliffe
1975-76 15 21 0 .417 159 179 12 20 0 .375 7th(T) 132 160 Gus Hendrickson
1976-77 9 26 2 .270 148 219 6 24 2 .219 10th 119 192 Gus Hendrickson
1977-78 14 22 1 .391 155 182 12 19 1 .391 7th(T) 135 155 Gus Hendrickson
1978-79 22 14 4 .600 213 170 18 10 4 .625 3rd(T) 176 141 Gus Hendrickson
1979-80 17 21 0 .447 191 207 15 17 0 .469 6th 166 181 Gus Hendrickson
1980-81 17 21 1 .449 165 197 11 17 0 .393 8th 120 150 Gus Hendrickson
1981-82 16 21 3 .438 192 201 9 16 1 .365 5th 121 151 Gus Hendrickson
1982-83 28 16 1 .633 193 158 14 12 0 .538 4th 103 95 Mike Sertich
1983-84 29 12 2 .698 216 140 19 5 2 .769 1st 138 85 Mike Sertich
1984-85 36 9 3 .781 257 159 25 7 2 .765 1st 178 110 Mike Sertich
1985-86 26 13 3 .655 206 157 21 12 1 .632 4th 153 118 Mike Sertich
1986-87 11 27 1 .295 121 184 11 23 1 .329 7th(T) 114 163 Mike Sertich
1987-88 18 21 2 .463 163 179 15 18 2 .457 6th(T) 143 155 Mike Sertich
1988-89 15 23 2 .400 126 153 12 21 2 .371 7th(T) 106 135 Mike Sertich
1989-90 20 19 1 .513 170 152 13 15 0 .464 5th(T) 114 111 Mike Sertich
1990-91 14 19 7 .438 142 164 11 15 6 .438 5th(T) 114 133 Mike Sertich
1991-92 15 20 2 .432 144 162 14 16 2 .469 5th 124 137 Mike Sertich
1992-93 27 11 2 .700 202 142 21 9 2 .688 1st 161 118 Mike Sertich
1993-94 14 21 3 .408 144 160 12 17 3 .422 7th 125 131 Mike Sertich
1994-95 16 18 4 .474 146 146 13 15 4 .469 7th 124 127 Mike Sertich
1995-96 20 17 1 .539 139 125 16 15 1 .516 4th(T) 116 109 Mike Sertich
1996-97 18 16 4 .526 133 131 15 13 4 .531 6th 115 111 Mike Sertich
1997-98 21 17 2 .550 140 130 14 12 2 .536 5th 95 90 Mike Sertich
1998-99 7 27 4 .237 100 139 4 20 4 .214 9th 71 102 Mike Sertich
1999-00 15 22 0 .405 93 146 10 18 0 .357 8th 59 114 Mike Sertich
2000-01 7 28 4 .231 103 166 3 22 3 .161 10th 68 121 Scott Sandelin
2001-02 13 24 3 .363 119 153 6 19 3 .268 9th 72 112 Scott Sandelin
2002-03 22 15 5 .583 153 119 14 10 4 .571 5th 95 80 Scott Sandelin
2003-04 28 13 4 .667 185 123 19 7 2 .714 2nd 119 71 Scott Sandelin
2004-05 15 17 6 .474 119 118 11 13 4 .464 6th 90 89 Scott Sandelin
2005-06 11 25 4 .325 97 148 6 19 3 .268 9th 62 114 Scott Sandelin
2006-07 13 21 5 .397 103 121 8 16 4 .357 9th 64 84 Scott Sandelin
2007-08 13 17 6 .444 74 91 9 14 5 .410 8th 55 76 Scott Sandelin
2008-09 22 13 8 .604 129 98 10 11 7 .482 7th 79 72 Scott Sandelin
2009-10 22 17 1 .562 126 109 16 11 1 .589 4th(T) 90 77 Scott Sandelin
Totals 935 988 123 .486 8,081 7,954 619 689 93 .475 5,551 5,583

*Conferences: Head of the Lakes Scholastic League, 1931-32; City Senior Hockey League, 1946-47; Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic
Conference, 1949-61; Western Collegiate Hockey Association, 1965-Present.

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UMD IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT
FROZEN FOUR
ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM SELECTIONS
Player Year Site
Junior Lessard (W) 2004 Boston, MA
Bill Watson (W) 1985 Detroit, MI
Rick Kosti (G) 1984 Lake Placid, NY
new Bob Lakso (W) 1984 Lake Placid, NY

UMD IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT


NCAA
ALL-REGION TEAM SELECTIONS
Player Year Site
Mike Connolly (W) 2009 Minneapolis, MN
Evan Oberg (D) 2009 Minneapolis, MN
Junior Lessard (W) 2004 Grand Rapids, MI
Isaac Reichmuth (G) 2004 Grand Rapids, MI
Evan Schwabe (C) 2004 Grand Rapids, MI
Tom Herzig, Jim Johnson and Bill Watson helped lead UMD to a
school-record 36th win by upending Boston College 7-6 in over-
time to capture third place at the 1985 NCAA Championships.

UMD has compiled a 9-8-0 lifetime record in NCAA post-season play, including a 2-3-0
mark at the Frozen Four. The results of those 17 playoff outings are as follows:

Date Result Round Site


March 28, 2009 Miami 2, UMD 1 Quarterfinal Minneapolis, MN
March 27, 2009 UMD 5, Princeton 4 (OT) First Minneapolis, MN
April 8, 2004 Denver 5, UMD 3 Semifinal Boston, MA
March 28, 2004 UMD 3, Minnesota 1 Quarterfinal Grand Rapids, MI
March 27, 2004 UMD 5, Michigan State 0 First Grand Rapids, MI
March 27, 1993 Lake Superior State 4, UMD 3 Quarterfinal Detroit, MI
March 26, 1993 UMD 7, Brown University 3 First Detroit, MI
March 30, 1985 UMD 7, Boston College 6 (OT) Third Place Detroit, MI
March 29, 1985 RPI 6, UMD 5 (3OT) Semifinal Detroit, MI
March 23, 1985 UMD 4, Harvard University 2* Quarterfinal Duluth, MN
March 22, 1985 UMD 4, Harvard University 2* Quarterfinal Duluth, MN
March 24, 1984 Bowling Green 5, UMD 4 (4OT) Championship Lake Placid, NY
March 22, 1984 UMD 2, North Dakota 1 (OT) Semifinal Lake Placid, NY
March 17, 1984 Clarkson College 6, UMD 3* Quarterfinal Duluth, MN
March 16, 1984 UMD 6, Clarkson College 2* Quarterfinal Duluth, MN
March 19, 1983 Providence College 3, UMD 2* Quarterfinal Providence, RI Rookie Rick Kosti did all he could -- like
March 18, 1983 Providence College 7, UMD 3* Quarterfinal Providence, RI make a tournament-record 55 stops
*two-game, total-goal series. -- to help save the day for UMD in its
6-5 four-overtime setback to Bowling
Green in the 1984 NCAA title game

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

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St. John’s U. W 6-1
UMD THROUGH THE YEARS Duluth JC W 9-2
Carleton College W 3-0 St. John’s U. W 4-3
Michigan Tech JV L 3-6
1949-50 (4-3-1) MIAC-NA Michigan Tech JV W 6-6
Head Coach: Hank Jensen Gustavus Adolphus W 10-1
Captain: Wally Heikkinen North Dakota JV W 8-1
St. Thomas L 2-3 North Dakota JV L 4-5 OT
St. Olaf W 4-0 Gustavus Adolphus W 8-0
Frank Augsburg College W 6-1 Bob Augsburg College W FFT
Kovach Hamline U. W 6-3 Boyatt Augsburg College W FFT
St. John’s U. L 1-2
Augsburg College W 6-1 1957-58 (13-6-1) MIAC-1st
UMD THROUGH THE YEARS

1930-31 (0-3-0) Independent St. Thomas L 4-5 1954-55 (9-8-0) MIAC-2nd Head Coach: Connie Pleban
Head Coach: Frank Kovach Macalester College T 1-1 Head Coach: Bob Boyat Captains: Harvey Flaman, Elmer
Captain: Captain: John Bymark Schwartz
Duluth Central HS L 0-3 1950-51 (2-3-0) MIAC-NA North Dakota L 0-11 Minneapolis Bungalows L 7-4
Eveleth JC L 2-8 Head Coach: Hank Jensen North Dakota L 2-8 Michigan Tech W 5-3
Eveleth JC L 2-4 Captain: Jim Krysiak Fort Frances W 6-4 Michigan Tech L 0-6
St. John’s U. L 2-3 North Dakota L 2-15 Harvard U. W 5-2
1931-32 (2-5-0) HLSL-2nd (T) St. Thomas L 4-11 North Dakota L 2-9 North Dakota L 1-5
Head Coach: Frank Kovach Macalester College L 2-6 Michigan Tech L 4-8 North Dakota L 2-7
Captain: Henry Antoskiewicz Hamline U. W 8-1 Michigan Tech L 2-6 Hamline U. W 8-1
Central HS L 1-3 St. Olaf W 6-3 St. Thomas W 5-3 US Nationals L 5-6
Duluth JC L 0-6 St. John’s U. W 9-2 St. John’s U. W 7-2
Virginia JC L 2-3 Gustavus Adolphus W 3-1 Macalester College W 17-1
Eveleth JC L 1-2 Macalester College W 6-2 Gustavus Adolphus W 24-2
Hibbing JC L 0-2 Macalester College W 3-0 Gustavus Adolphus W FFT
Two Harbors HS W 3-2 Hamline U. W 4-1 Macalester College W 13-1
Duluth Cathedral HS W 4-0 St. John’s U. L 4-5 Hamline U. W 5-1
St. Thomas L 2-5 St. Thomas W 3-1
Hamline U. W 7-1 Michigan Tech T 3-3
Lakehead U. W 10-3 Michigan Tech L 3-6
Gord St. Thomas W 3-1
Eddolls St. John’s U. W 10-3
Warroad Lakers L 5-6

1951-52 (2-7-0) MIAC-NA 1958-59 (10-9-1) MIAC-1st


Head Coach: Gord Eddolls Head Coach: Connie Pleban
Joe Captain: Wally Heikkinen Captain: Larry Cronkhite
Oven St. Cloud State W 5-4 Michigan Tech L 0-7
St. Thomas L 1-4 Michigan Tech L 1-12
St. John’s U. L 0-9 Connie US Nationals L 2-6
1946-47 (11-6-1) SHL-3rd# St. Thomas L 3-6 Pleban Dartmouth U. W 9-5
Head Coach: Joe Oven 402 Lounge L 2-6 Dartmouth U. W 3-2
Captain: Lakehead U. W 6-3 Hamline U. W 7-2
West End Civic Club L 2-10 Macalester College L 4-5 1955-56 (17-6-0) MIAC-1st North Dakota L 2-4
West End Civic Club W 4-3 Macalester College L 6-7 Head Coach: Connie Pleban North Dakota L 1-4
West End Civic Club L 2-10 St. John’s U. L 2-6 Captain: Alex Sisto St. Thomas W 4-2
St. Cloud State L 1-8 Fort Frances W 8-2 St. John’s U. W 7-0
St. Cloud State T 3-3 1952-53 (9-3-0) MIAC-1st North Dakota L 1-3 Michigan Tech L 3-6
Head Coach: Gord Eddolls North Dakota L 0-6 Michigan Tech L 0-10
#The Bulldogs were 10-3-0 in league Captain: Wally Heikkinen Port Arthur North Stars L 3-8 College All Stars W 9-3
play. Individual game scores are Minnesota# L 2-14 Eveleth Rangers W 9-3 College All Stars T 4-4
unavailable. Michigan Tech L 1-8 Eveleth Rangers W 4-3 Augsburg College W 15-3
St. Cloud State W 5-3 US Olympic Team L 0-11 Macalester College W 15-1
St. John’s U. W 6-5 Regina Pats L 1-5 Gustavus Adolphus W FFT
Gustavus Adolphus W 16-0 Gustavus Adolphus W 5-2 Concordia College W 16-0
St. Cloud State W 3-2 St. Thomas W 7-2 Warroad Lakers L 5-6
Hamline U. W 5-4 Hamline U. W 4-0 Warroad Lakers L 2-6
Macalester College W 5-2 Macalester College W 7-2
St. John’s U. L 8-1 Augsburg College W 8-2
St. Thomas L 1-5 St. John’s U. W 8-0
Gustavus Adolphus W FFT Michigan Tech JV W 3-2
Hank Lakehead U. W 4-3 Michigan Tech JV W 9-2
Jensen #in Eveleth, MN Macalester College W 10-2
Gustavus Adolphus W 5-2
1953-54 (10-7-0) MIAC-1st Hamline U. W 8-1
1947-48 (6-3-0) Independent Head Coach: Gord Eddolls St. Thomas W 6-0
Head Coach: Hank Jensen Captain: Bob Boyat St. John’s U. W 7-3 Ralph
Captain: Dartmouth U. L 4-5 OT Augsburg College W 15-2 Romano
Duluth JC W 5-3 Hamline U. W 7-1 Taconite L 4-5
Duluth JC W 6-1 Lakehead U. W 10-4
Macalester L 2-3 Hamline U. W 4-1 1956-57 (16-4-3) MIAC-1st 1959-60 (13-5-0) MIAC-1st
St. Cloud State L 1-5 Michigan Tech L 5-6 Head Coach: Connie Pleban Head Coach: Ralph Romano
St. Cloud State L 1-6 Michigan Tech L 3-10 Captain: Harvey Flaman Captain: Ron Pretlac
Bemidji State W 4-3 Gustavus Adolphus W 7-3 Port Arthur W 6-4 Fort William W 7-2
Bemidji State W 9-4 Michigan Tech L 1-2 St. Boniface T 3-3 Fort William W 5-2
Carleton College W 4-1 St. John’s U. W 3-1 Winnipeg T 4-4 North Dakota W 3-2
Macalester College W 4-2 Macalester College W 5-3 Warroad Lakers L 4-8 North Dakota L 2-13
St. John’s U. W 3-0 US Nationals L 6-8 Warroad Lakers L 1-7
1948-49 (7-0-0) Independent St. Thomas W 4-3 Hamline U. W 8-0 Macalester College W 17-0
Head Coach: Hank Jensen St. Thomas L 2-4 Macalester College W 5-2 Concordia W 9-2
Captain: Gord Eddolls Gustavus Adolphus W 5-3 St. Thomas W 4-0 St. John’s U. W 6-3
Hamline U. W 6-2 Macalester College W 6-5 OT Michigan Tech JV W 7-0 St. Thomas W 4-3
Bemidji State W 11-3 Fort William L 4-5 Michigan Tech JV W 11-3 Augsburg College W 10-0
St. Cloud State W 3-2 Fort William L 7-9 St. Thomas W 11-4 Michigan Tech JV W 6-5
Macalester College W 5-1 Macalester College W 17-0 Michigan Tech JV W 3-2
Bemidji State W 7-2 Hamline U. W 2-1 US Olympic Team L 3-8

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Japanese Olympic Team W 7-3 Michigan Tech L 2-3 1966-67 (12-16-0) WCHA-6th Denver L 4-7

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St. Mary’s W 16-0 Michigan Tech W 3-1 Head Coach: Ralph Romano Cornell U.@ L 1-2 2OT
Hamline U. W 11-1 North Dakota L 1-2 Captain: Keith Christiansen Colgate U.@ W 7-5
Gustavus Adolphus W 3-0 North Dakota L 2-5 Minnesota W 8-1 Boston U. L 4-10
Warroad Lakers W 4-2 West Point (Army) W 7-3 North Dakota L 3-6 Boston U. W 5-2
Warroad Lakers L 2-6 Michigan L 2-7 North Dakota L 2-6 Michigan L 2-8
Minneapolis Millers L 5-6 Michigan L 4-8 Denver L 1-2 Michigan L 5-10
Michigan State W 4-2 Denver L 4-6 Michigan Tech L 3-4 OT
1960-61 (13-3-0) MIAC-1st Michigan State W 6-1 Brown U. W 9-4 Michigan Tech L 2-6
Head Coach: Ralph Romano Minnesota W 6-3 Brown U. W 4-1 Denver L 2-8
Captain: Mike Haley Minnesota L 1-4 West Point (Army) W 10-2 Denver L 2-8
Fort William W 13-1 Colorado College L 5-6 Michigan Tech L 3-5 Michigan State L 3-6

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US Nationals W 7-4 Colorado College W 6-3 Michigan Tech L 2-10 Michigan State W 6-1
Colorado College W 6-4 Michigan Tech L 1-3 North Dakota W 3-2 Minnesota L 3-4
Concordia College W 17-0 Michigan Tech L 2-4 North Dakota L 2-4 Minnesota L 1-6
Macalester College W 3-2 Michigan State W 6-1 Minnesota L 4-9 Colorado College L 2-3
Manitoba W 9-2 Michigan State L 2-4 Minnesota W 7-4 Colorado College W 3-2
Manitoba W 6-1 Warroad Lakers L 2-7 Michigan State W 6-5 2OT Michigan Tech L 4-10
St. Thomas W 3-0 North Dakota L 5-8 Michigan State W 7-3 Michigan Tech L 2-4
Port Arthur L 2-4 North Dakota L 0-5 Wisconsin W 6-1 North Dakota L 2-6
Port Arthur W 4-2 Manitoba W 6-1 Michigan Tech L 4-6 North Dakota L 4-5
US Nationals L 3-6 Manitoba W 5-0 Michigan Tech L 3-5 Denver+ L 1-4
Gustavus Adolphus W 11-1 Michigan L 5-6 @Syracuse Holiday Tournament
Hamline U. W 8-0 1964-65 (14-12-1) Independent Michigan L 2-8 +WCHA Playoffs
Michigan Tech JV W 7-3 Head Coach: Ralph Romano Colorado College W 5-4
Augsburg College W 19-0 Captain: Owen Rogers Colorado College W 6-2 1969-70 (13-15-1) WCHA-8th
Warroad Lakers L 2-12 North Dakota L 4-5 Denver L 3-8 Head Coach: Bill Selman
North Dakota L 5-6 OT Denver L 1-6 Captain: Ron Busniuk
1961-62 (6-14-2) Independent Colorado College W 4-3 OT Colorado College W 7-3 Minnesota W 7-3
Head Coach: Ralph Romano Colorado College W 5-3 Colorado College L 2-3 Minnesota L 2-3 OT
Captain: Bill Lenardon Minnesota W 6-5 Michigan Tech+ L 4-6 North Dakota L 3-4
Fort William W 3-2 Port Arthur T 6-6 +WCHA Playoffs North Dakota W 3-0
Fort William W 3-2 Colgate@ W 10-3 New Hampshire@ W 7-5
Toronto W 4-3 McGill@ W 10-1 1967-68 (5-23-0) WCHA-8th Michigan Tech@ L 1-3
Toronto W 5-3 RPI@ W 9-2 Head Coach: Ralph Romano North Dakota W 5-4
Michigan State L 2-5 Michigan Tech L 3-6 Captain: John McKay North Dakota W 5-2
Michigan State L 1-6 Michigan Tech L 3-4 Minnesota L 1-5 Denver L 3-6
Denver L 1-3 Michigan Tech L 2-4 Denver L 1-6 Denver W 3-2
Denver L 2-11 Michigan Tech L 4-5 North Dakota L 1-4 Minnesota L 1-2 OT
St. Thomas W 7-3 Michigan L 5-6 OT North Dakota L 3-4 Minnesota L 3-5
Fort Frances L 1-6 Michigan L 2-4 Michigan State W 5-3 Ohio U. W 10-3
Warroad Lakers L 1-7 Port Arthur W 6-3 Michigan State L 2-6 Ohio U. W 11-3
Warroad Lakers L 6-8 Port Arthur W 4-1 Minnesota L 2-7 Michigan Tech W 4-3
Minnesota L 1-6 Michigan State L 4-5 OT Boston College L 3-5 Michigan Tech T 2-2
Minnesota L 4-6 Michigan State W 7-1 Colorado College W 7-1 Wisconsin L 5-6
Michigan Tech L 1-7 Colorado College W 3-2 OT Colorado College L 2-3 Wisconsin W 4-2
Michigan Tech L 3-4 Minnesota L 3-9 Wisconsin W 6-1 Michigan W 6-5 OT
Junior “A” All Stars T 2-2 Minnesota L 2-5 US Olympic Team L 2-4 Michigan W 5-2
Manitoba T 4-4 North Dakota W 7-5 Colorado College L 2-4 Colorado College L 2-6
Manitoba W 6-4 North Dakota L 3-9 Colorado College W 5-3 Denver W 8-4
Michigan Tech L 2-12 Minnesota W 4-2 Denver L 1-5 Denver L 3-5
Michigan Tech L 2-5 Lakehead U. W 13-0 Michigan Tech L 2-7 Colorado College L 3-6
Norway Nationals L 3-5 Lakehead U. W 11-1 Michigan Tech L 0-5 Michigan State L 5-8
@RPI Tournament Michigan Tech L 2-8 Michigan State L 3-5
1962-63 (7-15-2) Independent Michigan Tech L 1-4 Michigan Tech L 3-6
Head Coach: Ralph Romano 1965-66 (7-19-2) WCHA-8th Michigan L 5-7 Michigan Tech L 3-6
Captain: Bill Lenardon Head Coach: Ralph Romano Michigan L 3-6 Minnesota+ L 2-3 3OT
Michigan Tech L 0-3 Captain: Owen Rogers Denver L 2-10 @Christmas City of the North
Michigan Tech L 2-5 Michigan Tech L 1-5 Denver L 1-6 Tournament
North Dakota L 1-4 Michigan Tech L 2-3 Minnesota L 0-4 +WCHA Playoffs
North Dakota L 1-7 North Dakota L 4-5 OT Minnesota L 5-6
Minnesota L 2-7 North Dakota L 5-7 North Dakota W 3-2
North Dakota W 4-1 Port Arthur W 7-3 North Dakota L 3-6
North Dakota L 3-7 Port Arthur W 6-2 Denver+ L 4-11
Minnesota L 2-7 Eastern Olympic L 4-8 +WCHA Playoffs
Minnesota T 4-4 Providence College@ W 4-1
St. Thomas W 15-0 Brown U.@ L 4-6
Michigan State L 4-5 Minnesota L 4-5
Michigan State W 4-3 Manitoba W 3-1
Denver L 1-4 Manitoba L 5-7 Terry
Denver W 4-2 Denver L 1-6 Shercliffe
Colorado College L 5-8 Denver L 2-4
Port Arthur W 7-0 Michigan State L 5-6 OT
Port Arthur T 4-4 Michigan State L 2-5 1970-71 (16-17-1) WCHA-6th
Michigan Tech L 2-7 Denver L 1-8 Bill Head Coach: Terry Shercliffe
Michigan Tech L 3-6 Denver T 2-2 Selman Captain: Glenn Resch
Michigan State L 4-5 OT Michigan Tech L 2-5 U.S. National Team L 4-6
Michigan State L 1-4 Michigan Tech L 1-6 Minnesota W 6-3
Minnesota L 1-7 Minnesota L 3-5 1968-69 (6-23-0) WCHA-8th Minnesota W 7-2
Manitoba W 4-2 North Dakota W 3-2 OT Head Coach: Bill Selman North Dakota W 5-4
Manitoba W 2-1 North Dakota L 2-5 Captains: Bruce McLeod, Rick Newell North Dakota L 5-6
Michigan W 7-6 Minnesota W 5-3 Providence College@ W 10-3
1963-64 (11-14-0) Independent Michigan L 3-8 Minnesota L 1-3 Calgary@ W 5-3
Head Coach: Ralph Romano Colorado College T 4-4 North Dakota L 1-4 Michigan Tech@ W 6-1
Captain: Bill McGann Colorado College W 6-3 North Dakota L 4-7 Wisconsin L 1-2
Minnesota W 5-2 Michigan Tech+ L 3-9 Laurentian U. L 3-5 Wisconsin W 6-4
Minnesota W 7-5 @Brown Tournament Laurentian U. W 6-1 Denver L 4-7
US Olympic Team L 4-7 +WCHA Playoffs Denver L 3-4 Denver W 4-3

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Colorado College W 10-4 Carleton U.# W 9-2 North Dakota W 3-2 Minnesota T 3-3 OT
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Colorado College W 6-4 RPI# W 3-2 Michigan State L 3-4 Wisconsin L 4-5
Minnesota L 1-5 Colorado College W 6-5 Michigan State L 5-6 OT Wisconsin L 1-7
Minnesota L 1-3 Colorado College W 6-1 Boston U.@ L 6-7 OT North Dakota L 2-5
U.S. National Team L 2-4 Michigan Tech W 4-2 Ohio State@ T 3-3 North Dakota L 6-9
U.S. National Team# W 4-3 Michigan Tech W 7-6 OT Denver W 6-4 Colorado College W 6-5
Michigan Tech L 1-5 Denver L 1-6 Denver W 6-5 Colorado College L 5-7
Michigan Tech L 2-3 Denver L 2-3 Wisconsin L 4-6 Denver L 2-8
Michigan W 8-5 Minnesota L 2-3 Wisconsin W 8-5 Denver L 2-6
Michigan L 3-4 Minnesota W 7-5 Minnesota L 5-6 Michigan L 3-7
Michigan State L 4-5 Michigan W 7-5 Minnesota L 6-7 OT Michigan L 1-7
Michigan State W 8-4 Michigan W 9-8 OT Michigan State L 3-6 Michigan Tech L 3-4
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Notre Dame T 5-5 OT Wisconsin L 2-6 Michigan State W 8-5 Michigan Tech T 4-4 OT
Notre Dame W 6-3 Wisconsin L 2-9 Michigan L 2-9 Boston U. L 3-7
Denver L 2-7 Minnesota W 8-0 Michigan W 3-2 Boston U. W 6-4
Denver L 1-6 Minnesota W 5-3 Michigan Tech L 3-10 Notre Dame L 5-7
North Dakota L 3-6 Notre Dame L 2-8 Michigan Tech W 7-4 Notre Dame L 2-6
North Dakota W 5-3 Notre Dame L 1-4 Colorado College L 6-7 OT Colorado College W 6-5 OT
Michigan Tech L 3-5 Denver+ L 4-5 Colorado College L 3-4 OT Colorado College L 3-13
Michigan Tech L 2-6 Denver+ L 2-4 Notre Dame L 5-7 North Dakota W 8-5
Michigan State+ W 4-3 OT @Christmas City of the North Notre Dame T 4-4 OT North Dakota W 7-3
Denver+ L 3-9 Tournament North Dakota T 6-6 OT Denver W 6-5
@Christmas City of the North #RPI Tournament North Dakota W 7-5 Denver L 1-3
Tournament +WCHA Playoffs Minnesota+ L 0-6 Michigan State L 3-6
+WCHA Playoffs #In Minneapolis ^Later won by forfeit Minnesota+ L 2-4 Michigan State L 3-8
@St. Louis Tournament Minnesota L 4-6
1971-72 (16-18-1) WCHA-4th(T) 1973-74 (21-16-1) WCHA-6th +WCHA Playoffs Minnesota L 3-7
Head Coach: Terry Shercliffe Head Coach: Terry Shercliffe ~U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Game Wisconsin L 4-7
Captain: Walt Ledingham Captain: Gord McDonald Wisconsin L 4-6
U.S. Olympic Team L 1-5 Minnesota W 4-3 Michigan L 4-9
Minnesota W 5-1 Lake Superior State W 3-2 OT Michigan L 3-9
Minnesota W 5-2 Lake Superior State W 4-3 Michigan Tech W 7-4
North Dakota W 3-2 Michigan Tech L 1-10 Michigan Tech L 1-2 OT
North Dakota L 3-4 Michigan Tech L 1-4 ~U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Game
Boston College@ L 3-4 Colorado College L 2-7
Manitoba@ W 6-2 Colorado College L 2-7 1977-78 (14-22-1) WCHA-7th(T)
Lake Superior State@ T 3-3 Bemidji State@ W 10-2 Head Coach: Gus Hendrickson
Colorado College W 6-5 St. Scholastica@ W 7-3 Gus Captain: Curt Giles
Colorado College L 2-8 RPI@ W 9-1 Hendrickson Notre Dame~ W 5-3
Minnesota W 15-3 North Dakota L 3-4 Minnesota L 2-5
Minnesota L 3-5 North Dakota L 3-4 Minnesota L 2-3
Denver W 3-2 Minnesota T 3-3 OT 1975-76 (15-21-0) WCHA-7th(T) North Dakota L 3-5
Denver L 3-8 Minnesota L 5-6 Head Coach: Gus Hendrickson North Dakota W 5-4 OT
Czech. Olympic Team L 2-5 Denver W 7-2 Captain: Tom Milani Michigan Tech L 1-4
Wisconsin L
5-6 OT Denver W
3 - 6 U.S. Olympic Team W 4-3 OT Michigan Tech L 5-6
Wisconsin W 4-3 Notre Dame L 1-5 Denver W 4-3 Wisconsin L 3-4
Michigan W 9-3 Notre Dame L 2-10 Denver W 9-4 Wisconsin L 2-6
Michigan W 7-3 Minnesota W 4-3 Minnesota L 4-5 OT Denver L 3-4 OT
Michigan Tech L 5-6 Minnesota W 5-2 Minnesota L 2-4 Denver L 4-5 OT
Michigan Tech L 3-7 Denver W 5-3 Wisconsin W 9-6 Michigan State W 8-5
Denver W 4-2 Denver W 8-5 Wisconsin W 4-2 Michigan State W 10-6
Denver L 1-4 Wisconsin L 3-6 North Dakota L 4-5 Colorado College W 7-6
Notre Dame W 5-2 Wisconsin W 4-1 North Dakota W 4-2 Colorado College W 8-6
Notre Dame W 6-4 Michigan W 9-5 Colorado College L 2-3 OT Brown U. W 4-1
North Dakota W 7-5 Michigan W 5-3 Colorado College L 3-6 Providence College L 5-9
North Dakota L 2-3 Colorado College L 5-8 Michigan Tech L 1-6 Michigan State L 2-3 OT
Michigan State L 1-6 Colorado College W 8-2 Michigan Tech L 4-8 Michigan State W 7-5
Michigan State L 1-5 Michigan State L 2-6 Michigan State W 5-2 Wisconsin T 3-3 OT
Michigan Tech W 5-2 Michigan State L 1-5 Michigan State L 5-8 Wisconsin L 3-5
Michigan Tech L 5-7 Michigan Tech W 6-3 Yale U. L 4-5 Denver L 0-4
Colorado College W 8-5 Michigan Tech L 3-5 Yale U. W 11-4 Denver L 2-8
Colorado College L 4-10 North Dakota W 4-2 Michigan L 6-8 Minnesota L 2-4
Michigan State+ L 2-4 North Dakota W 5-2 Michigan W 6-2 Minnesota L 5-6
Michigan State+ L 2-4 Denver+ L 2-3 Bowdoin U. W 8-7 North Dakota W 5-4
@Christmas City of the North Denver+ L 2-5 Wisconsin L 4-10 North Dakota L 2-7
Tournament St. Louis U.# W 6-3 Wisconsin W 3-2 Michigan W 8-7 OT
+WCHA Playoffs Vermont# W 7-4 Notre Dame L 3-4 OT Michigan W 6-1
@Christmas City of the North Notre Dame W 4-3 Notre Dame L 3-7
1972-73 (19-17-0) WCHA-8th Tournament Minnesota L 3-5 Notre Dame W 5-4
Head Coach: Terry Shercliffe +WCHA Playoffs Minnesota L 3-6 Colorado College W 8-5
Captains: Mark Heaslip, Jerome #National Invitational Hockey Tourn. North Dakota L 2-6 Colorado College L 3-6
Mrazek, Chuck Ness North Dakota W 5-2 Michigan Tech W 5-3
Michigan Tech L 4-6 1974-75 (10-24-4) WCHA-8th Colorado College L 4-6 Michigan Tech L 2-4
Michigan Tech L 4-5 OT Head Coach: Terry Shercliffe Colorado College W 3-2 Wisconsin+ L 2-9
Michigan State L 4-5 Captain: Gord McDonald Denver W 4-2 Wisconsin+ L 4-5
Michigan State L 3-6 Minnesota W 4-3 Denver L 3-8 +WCHA Playoffs
North Dakota W 6-1 Minnesota~ L 2-3 OT Notre Dame L 5-7 ~U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Game
North Dakota L 4-5 Michigan Tech L 4-7 Notre Dame L 4-10
Lake Superior State@ W 11-5 Michigan Tech L 3-6 Michigan Tech L 5-6 OT 1978-79 (22-14-4) WCHA-3rd(T)
Air Force@ W 7-2 Colorado College L 2-6 Michigan Tech L 5-7 Head Coach: Gus Hendrickson
Boston U.@^ L 2-7 Colorado College L 4-6 Captain: Curt Giles
Colorado College W 5-2 Wisconsin L 2-4 1976-77 (9-26-2) WCHA-10th Lake Superior State L 2-3
Colorado College W 6-4 Wisconsin L 5-7 Head Coach: Gus Hendrickson Lake Superior State W 10-4
North Dakota L 6-8 Denver T 3-3 OT Captain: Rick Heinz Michigan L 4-6
North Dakota L 2-4 Denver L 3-4 Minnesota~ L 5-9 Michigan W 5-2
Denver L 5-10 Minnesota L 4-5 Lake Superior State W 7-4 North Dakota W 5-4 OT
Denver W 3-1 Minnesota L 2-3 OT Lake Superior State W 8-3 North Dakota W 4-2
Providence College# W 5-4 North Dakota W 6-1 Minnesota L 3-4 Denver L 6-8

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Denver L 5-8 1980-81 (17-21-1) WCHA-8th Denver+ L 2-5 Wisconsin W 4-1

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Minnesota L 4-5 OT Head Coach: Gus Hendrickson Denver+ T 5-5 Northern Michigan W 4-1
Minnesota W 5-4 Captain: Davey Johnson @Jeno’s Holiday Classic Northern Michigan W 6-5
Wisconsin T 3-3 OT Ferris State T 5-5 OT +WCHA Playoffs Denver L 6-7 OT
Wisconsin L 3-6 Ferris State W 5-2 ~U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Game Denver W 6-5
Colorado College L 4-6 Michigan Tech L 2-4 (Exhib.) Lake Superior State@ L 3-4
Colorado College W 8-3 Michigan Tech W 7-4 Ferris State@ W 7-2
Michigan Tech W 4-3 OT North Dakota L 4-5 OT Boston College@ L 4-6
Michigan Tech W 7-6 North Dakota W 7-3 Minnesota W 7-2
Harvard U. W 8-3 Minnesota W 8-0 Minnesota W 5-4
Yale U. W 6-5 OT Minnesota W 6-5 Wisconsin W 7-1
Denver W 6-1 Providence College W 4-3 Wisconsin W 6-4

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Denver W 7-1 Providence College W 9-8 OT Colorado College W 6-3
Minnesota T 6-6 OT Colorado College L 5-8 Colorado College W 8-2
Minnesota W 6-1 Colorado College L 5-8 North Dakota W 4-1
Colorado College W 7-4 Wisconsin W 3-2 Mike North Dakota T 4-4 OT
Colorado College W 6-4 Wisconsin L 3-5 Sertich Colorado College W 6-0
Wisconsin T 5-5 OT Michigan Tech L 3-7 Colorado College W 7-3
Wisconsin W 10-6 Michigan Tech W 6-3 Minnesota L 2-4
North Dakota L 4-6 Princeton U. W 3-2 1982-83 (28-16-1) WCHA-4th Minnesota W 6-3
North Dakota W 7-4 Princeton U. L 0-1 OT Head Coach: Mike Sertich Wisconsin W 4-2
Notre Dame L 3-7 Harvard U. L 4-6 Captain: Jim Graven Wisconsin W 6-1
Notre Dame L 6-7 OT Clarkson U.@ L 0-6 US International W 9-3 Wisconsin+ W 6-3
Michigan State L 5-6 Bowling Green State@ W 7-4 US International T 3-3 OT Wisconsin+ W 9-0
Michigan State W 5-3 Michigan State L 0-4 Michigan Tech W 5-2 North Dakota+% W 8-1
Michigan W 12-3 Michigan State W 4-3 Michigan Tech W 4-3 North Dakota+% L 4-5
Michigan T 3-3 OT Colorado College W 6-5 OT Colorado College W 4-2 Clarkson# W 6-2
Michigan Tech W 5-3 Colorado College L 2-7 Colorado College W 5-4 Clarkson# L 3-6
Michigan Tech W 6-5 Wisconsin L 2-7 North Dakota W 3-2 North Dakota#= W 2-1 OT
Denver+ W 5-2 Wisconsin L 3-4 North Dakota W 4-3 OT Bowling Green State#= L 4-5 4OT
Denver+ L 2-4 OT Notre Dame L 4-8 Minnesota L 2-4 @UMD Holiday Classic
Minnesota+ L 1-2 Notre Dame W 6-4 Minnesota W 4-1 +WCHA Playoffs
Minnesota+ L 3-6 Denver L 6-9 Denver W 6-5 OT #NCAA Playoffs (Quarterfinals)
+WCHA Playoffs Denver L 4-7 Denver L 2-3 =NCAA Championships (in Lake
Michigan L 2-9 New Hampshire W 5-3 Placid, NY-Second Place)
1979-80 (17-21-0) WCHA-6th Michigan L 5-6 New Hampshire W 7-6 ~U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Game
Head Coach: Gus Hendrickson Minnesota L 2-5 Vermont W 5-3 (Exhib.)
Captain: Stan Palmer Minnesota L 1-9 Vermont W 7-4 %at Williams Arena in Minneapolis,
North Dakota# L 2-7 North Dakota W 7-3 Wisconsin W 5-3 MN (home game)
U.S. Olympic Team~ L 0-4 North Dakota W 7-6 Wisconsin L 2-7
Michigan L 6-11 Minnesota+ L 1-5 Michigan Tech W 6-2 1984-85 (36-9-3) WCHA-1st
Michigan L 4-6 Minnesota+ W 7-5 Michigan Tech L 1-3 Head Coach: Mike Sertich
Notre Dame L 4-8 @Colonial Bank Invitational Denver L 5-8 Captains: Jim Johnson, Tom Herzig
Notre Dame L 4-6 (Hartford, CT) Denver W 7-3 Colorado College W 4-2
Wisconsin W 8-7 +WCHA Playoffs Northern Arizona@ W 7-3 Colorado College L 3-5
Wisconsin L 3-7 Northern Michigan@ W 4-2 Michigan Tech L 4-5 OT
Minnesota L 4-5 1981-82 (16-21-3) WCHA-5th Harvard U.@ W 3-2 Michigan Tech L 4-5
Minnesota W 6-3 Head Coach: Gus Hendrickson Wisconsin L 4-7 Alaska-Fairbanks W 6-3
Denver W 5-4 OT Captain: Bill Oleksuk Wisconsin L 2-6 Alaska-Fairbanks W 9-5
Denver L 3-5 Michigan Tech~ T 6-6 OT Minnesota W 9-3 Boston U. T 6-6 OT
Colorado College L 6-7 U.S. International W 8-3 Minnesota L 2-5 Boston U. W 3-2
Colorado College W 5-3 Illinois-Chicago W 6-2 North Dakota W 3-0 Northern Arizona W 11-1
North Dakota W 5-4 OT Illinois-Chicago W 9-4 North Dakota L 2-3 Northern Arizona W 5-4
North Dakota L 3-4 OT Wisconsin L 1-6 Minnesota L 3-4 Wisconsin W 4-2
Michigan Tech L 4-7 Wisconsin L 1-6 Minnesota L 2-3 OT Wisconsin W 6-1
Michigan Tech W 5-4 OT North Dakota L 1-4 Wisconsin W 6-3 New Hampshire W 6-2
Ohio State L 1-6 North Dakota W 5-4 Wisconsin L 1-3 New Hampshire W 2-1 OT
Providence College@ L 3-4 Michigan Tech L 4-6 Colorado College W 9-3 Maine W 6-2
Brown U.@ W 7-3 Michigan Tech L 5-6 OT Colorado College W 4-3 Maine W 7-2
St. Lawrence U.@ W 5-2 New Hampshire W 8-3 North Dakota W 5-2 North Dakota W 4-3
Gorky (USSR)# L 4-6 New Hampshire W 3-2 North Dakota L 2-5 North Dakota L 5-6
Michigan State L 4-6 Northern Michigan L 3-5 Denver+ W 7-2 Northeastern U. W 7-6 OT
Michigan State W 8-7 OT Northern Michigan W 7-5 Denver+ W 6-2 Northeastern U. L 0-4
North Dakota L 3-7 Denver W 7-3 Minnesota+ L 2-8 Providence College W 9-2
North Dakota L 1-5 Denver L 5-7 Minnesota+ W 4-3 Providence College W 3-2
Denver W 10-5 North Dakota L 1-4 Providence College# L 3-7 Lowell W 12-1
Denver L 5-7 North Dakota L 1-7 Providence College# L 2-3 Lowell W 5-1
Colorado College W 7-3 Minnesota T 6-6 OT @Jeno’s Holiday Classic Boston College W 8-4
Colorado College L 2-7 Minnesota W 4-2 +WCHA Playoffs Boston College L 2-4
Japanese Olym. Team# W 5-4 Northeastern U.@ L 5-6 #NCAA Playoffs (Quarterfinals) Minnesota T 6-6 OT
Notre Dame W 7-6 Air Force@ W 10-4 Minnesota W 8-6
Notre Dame W 9-8 Lake Superior State@ T 3-3 1983-84 (29-12-2) WCHA-1st Northern Michigan L 4-5
Wisconsin W 5-3 Wisconsin L 3-8 Head Coach: Mike Sertich Northern Michigan W 2-1 OT
Wisconsin W 8-4 Wisconsin L 3-4 OT Captain: Tom Kurvers Denver W 7-2
Minnesota L 5-7 Minnesota L 1-5 U.S. Olympic Team~ L 0-12 Denver W 5-0
Minnesota W 7-4 Minnesota W 6-3 Colorado College W 7-0 Wisconsin W 5-4
Michigan Tech W 7-5 Denver W 8-5 Colorado College W 6-3 Wisconsin W 8-1
Michigan Tech L 3-6 Denver L 6-8 North Dakota L 4-6 Michigan Tech W 7-5
Colorado College+ L 3-4 Colorado College W 6-3 North Dakota L 2-7 Michigan Tech W 4-3
Colorado College+ L 6-7 Colorado College W 8-2 Minnesota L 4-5 OT Northern Michigan W 7-6 OT
@Old Colony Invitational (Provi- Minnesota W 5-3 Minnesota T 3-3 OT Northern Michigan W 5-3
dence, RI) Minnesota L 3-6 Boston U. L 2-3 OT Michigan Tech+ W 3-2
+WCHA Playoffs North Dakota L 3-4 OT Boston U. W 5-4 Michigan Tech+ W 5-3
#Exhibition Game North Dakota L 3-11 Denver W 7-5 North Dakota+ T 4-4
~U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Colorado College L 3-7 Denver W 5-4 OT North Dakota+ W 6-4
Game (Exhib.) Colorado College L 6-7 OT Michigan Tech W 4-3 OT Minnesota+ L 4-6
Wisconsin W 9-8 Michigan Tech L 1-4 Minnesota+ W 6-2
Wisconsin L 6-8 Wisconsin W 6-5 OT Harvard# W 4-2

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Harvard# W 4-2 Colorado College W 4-2 Alaska-Fairbanks W 6-1 North Dakota L 3-5
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RPI= L 5-6 3OT North Dakota L 0-5 Northern Michigan W 5-3 Denver W 5-1
Boston College= W 7-6 OT North Dakota L 3-9 Northern Michigan W 4-3 Denver T 3-3 OT
+WCHA Playoffs Minnesota L 3-6 Lowell W 5-2 Colorado College T 3-3 OT
#NCAA Playoffs (Quarterfinals) Minnesota L 1-5 Maine L 1-4 Colorado College W 5-1
=NCAA Championships (in Detroit, MI)Michigan Tech L 1-3 St. Cloud State W 4-3 Northern Michigan L 3-6
Michigan Tech L 2-6 Wisconsin L 1-5 Northern Michigan L 0-8
1985-86 (26-13-3) WCHA-4th North Dakota+ L 3-5 Wisconsin L 1-2 OT St. Cloud State L 3-6
Head Coach: Mike Sertich North Dakota+ L 1-8 Boston U. L 3-9 St. Cloud State L 4-5
Captain: Mark Odnokon +WCHA Playoffs New Hampshire L 0-3 Boston U. W 4-3
U.S. International W 12-4 ~U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Game Boston College L 2-7 Boston U. L 5-6
U.S. International W 8-7 (Exhib.) Denver W 5-3 Wisconsin L 0-7
UMD THROUGH THE YEARS

North Dakota W 5-4 Denver L 1-3 Wisconsin L 1-6


North Dakota W 4-1 1987-88 (18-21-2) WCHA-6th (T) North Dakota L 4-5 OT Northern Michigan T 2-2 OT
Minnesota L 2-4 Head Coach: Mike Sertich North Dakota L 1-2 Northern Michigan L 4-5
Minnesota W 5-2 Captain: Joe DeLisle Colorado College L 1-6 Colorado College W 5-3
Wisconsin L 3-5 Denver L 1-7 Colorado College W 4-3 OT Colorado College L 2-3
Wisconsin L 3-4 Denver L 3-7 Michigan Tech T 3-3 OT Michigan Tech W 7-2
Alaska-Anchorage W 8-6 Northern Michigan L 4-8 Michigan Tech W 3-2 OT Michigan Tech W 6-3
Alaska-Anchorage W 6-1 Northern Michigan L 2-3 Northern Michigan+ L 2-7 Minnesota W 5-3
New Hampshire W 5-3 North Dakota W 6-4 Northern Michigan+ L 3-6 Minnesota T 3-3 OT
New Hampshire W 4-3 OT North Dakota W 8-5 +WCHA Playoffs Alaska Anchorage W 5-1
Maine W 7-2 Michigan Tech W 6-2 #Exhibition Game Alaska Anchorage T 3-3 OT
Maine W 6-3 Michigan Tech W 7-5 ~U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Game North Dakota L 2-11
Boston U. W 8-6 Providence College T 7-7 OT (Exhib.) North Dakota L 3-4 OT
Boston U. T 2-2 OT Northeastern U. L 3-6 Denver W 11-3
Boston College W 10-1 New Hampshire W 7-1 1989-90 (20-19-1) WCHA-5th (T) Denver W 7-3
Boston College L 3-4 Minnesota L 1-6 Head Coach: Mike Sertich Wisconsin+ L 1-5
Colorado College W 5-4 Minnesota L 2-4 Captains: Dale Jago, Sandy Smith Wisconsin+ L 2-5
Colorado College L 1-2 Colorado College W 4-3 Denver W 4-3 +WCHA Playoffs
Lowell W 5-3 Colorado College W 6-2 Denver W 5-2 ~U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Game
Lowell W 5-3 Denver W 5-3 Minnesota W 9-6 (Exhib.)
Michigan Tech W 7-2 Denver L 2-6 Minnesota W 4-2
Michigan Tech W 5-4 Colorado College W 3-1 Colorado College W 9-1 1991-92 (15-20-2) WCHA-5th
North Dakota W 4-3 Colorado College W 10-3 Colorado College W 4-3 Head Coach: Mike Sertich
North Dakota L 7-8 OT Boston College@ L 2-4 Alaska Anchorage W 5-2 Captain: Doug Torrel
Providence College W 6-3 Harvard U.@ W 6-3 Alaska Anchorage W 7-1 Minnesota L 3-7
Providence College W 6-0 Boston College W 5-1 North Dakota L 2-3 OT Minnesota W 7-4
Northeastern U. W 4-1 Boston U. T 4-4 OT North Dakota L 4-6 Northern Michigan L 1-5
Northeastern U. W 5-2 Team USA# L 4-8 Michigan Tech W 4-2 Northern Michigan W 5-2
Denver L 2-4 Wisconsin L 4-10 Michigan Tech W 9-4 Wisconsin L 2-4
Denver W 4-3 Wisconsin W 3-2 Wisconsin W 9-4 Wisconsin W 3-2
Wisconsin L 3-7 Lowell L 1-2 Wisconsin L 0-3 Boston U. L 3-4
Wisconsin W 5-3 Maine L 2-6 St. Cloud State W 7-3 Boston U. L 3-6
Minnesota L 3-4 Minnesota L 5-6 OT St. Cloud State W 6-3 North Dakota W 7-3
Minnesota L 3-6 Minnesota W 2-1 Northern Michigan L 2-6 North Dakota W 4-2
Northern Michigan L 5-6 OT Northern Michigan W 7-3 Northern Michigan L 1-4 Colorado College T 5-5 OT
Northern Michigan L 1-6 Northern Michigan W 4-2 U. of Alberta W 4-2 Colorado College L 2-5
Northern Michigan+ T 4-4 Michigan Tech L 4-8 U. of Alberta L 5-8 Michigan Tech W 4-3 OT
Northern Michigan+ W 8-4 Michigan Tech L 3-5 Boston College@ L 2-3 Michigan Tech L 2-6
Denver+ L 2-8 Wisconsin L 2-7 Notre Dame@ W 9-1 St. Cloud State W 4-2
Denver+ T 5-5 Wisconsin L 4-5 Wisconsin W 4-3 St. Cloud State L 3-4
+WCHA Playoffs North Dakota L 3-4 OT Wisconsin L 2-4 Calgary# W 5-2
North Dakota L 3-6 Michigan Tech L 4-5 OT Denver L 2-6
1986-87 (11-27-1) WCHA-7th (T) Denver+ W 5-2 Michigan Tech L 4-8 Denver W 7-6
Head Coach: Mike Sertich Denver+ W 7-3 Minnesota L 1-4 Minnesota L 0-3
Captain: Guy Gosselin Minnesota^ L 0-6 Minnesota L 2-5 Minnesota L 4-5 OT
Wisconsin~ L 3-5 North Dakota^ L 0-6 Colorado College L 3-4 Denver W 5-4
North Dakota L 2-6 +WCHA Playoffs Colorado College W 4-3 Denver W 4-3
North Dakota L 1-7 ^WCHA Playoff Championship St. Cloud State T 1-1 OT Northern Michigan W 4-3
Minnesota L 6-8 (Fourth Place in St. Paul, MN) St. Cloud State W 6-3 Northern Michigan L 4-6
Minnesota L 6-8 @Long Island Hockey Classic North Dakota L 3-5 Wisconsin L 1-4
Michigan Tech T 2-2 OT #Exhibition Game North Dakota L 4-5 Wisconsin T 6-6 OT
Michigan Tech W 5-3 Denver L 2-5 St. Cloud State L 4-5
Colorado College L 5-6 OT 1988-89 (15-23-2) WCHA-7th Denver L 3-5 St. Cloud State W 4-1
Colorado College L 4-6 Head Coach: Mike Sertich Northern Michigan W 5-4 OT North Dakota L 7-10
Denver L 1-5 Captain: Pat Janostin Northern Michigan W 7-3 North Dakota W 7-5
Denver W 4-2 North Dakota~ T 2-2 North Dakota+ L 3-11 Colorado College L 1-3
Wisconsin W 2-1 OT Denver L 6-7 North Dakota+ L 1-2 Colorado College L 1-5
Wisconsin L 2-5 Denver L 4-6 @Bank One Badger Hockey Show- Michigan Tech W 7-3
Northern Michigan W 4-2 Michigan Tech L 3-6 down (Milwaukee, WI) Michigan Tech L 4-5
Northern Michigan W 4-3 Michigan Tech L 3-4 OT +WCHA Playoffs Colorado College+ L 6-7 3OT
New Hampshire W 11-4 Colorado College L 5-6 Colorado College+ W 4-3 OT
Harvard U. L 1-4 Colorado College W 3-1 1990-91 (14-19-7) WCHA-5th (T) Colorado College+ L 4-5 3OT
Harvard U. L 2-4 North Dakota L 1-4 Head Coach: Mike Sertich #Exhibition Game
Northern Michigan L 3-4 North Dakota W 4-2 Captain: Scott Keller +WCHA Playoffs
Northern Michigan L 3-9 Providence College W 6-3 Michigan Tech~ T 2-2
Providence College W 7-5 Northeastern U. W 6-3 Alaska Anchorage W 3-2 OT 1992-93 (27-11-2) WCHA-1st
Northeastern U. W 5-2 Minnesota W 3-1 Alaska Anchorage L 5-6 OT Head Coach: Mike Sertich
Lowell W 7-3 Minnesota L 2-4 Michigan Tech W 6-4 Captain: Derek Plante
Maine L 1-2 Wisconsin L 2-4 Michigan Tech T 2-2 OT North Dakota~ W 4-3
Wisconsin L 2-3 OT Wisconsin T 1-1 OT Wisconsin W 4-3 Denver L 2-4
Wisconsin W 2-1 Minnesota W 5-2 Wisconsin L 1-6 Denver L 4-8
Boston College L 1-7 Minnesota L 1-7 St. Cloud State L 0-5 York U.# W 7-5
Boston U. L 3-9 Northern Michigan L 2-3 OT St. Cloud State T 4-4 OT York U.# W 11-0
Denver L 4-6 Northern Michigan L 5-6 Minnesota L 2-3 North Dakota W 5-2
Denver L 2-5 Moscow Dynamo# L 3-9 Minnesota L 2-6 North Dakota W 6-5
Colorado College L 1-3 Alaska-Fairbanks W 5-1 North Dakota W 6-4 St. Cloud State L 3-7

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St. Cloud State W 5-4 OT Michigan Tech T 3-3 OT

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Michigan Tech W 6-4 Denver W 7-4
Michigan Tech W 6-1 Denver W 3-2
Wisconsin W 8-5 Minnesota W 8-4
Wisconsin W 2-1 OT Minnesota L 1-7
Michigan Tech W 5-4 OT St. Cloud State W 5-3
Michigan Tech T 5-5 OT St. Cloud State T 3-3 OT
Colorado College L 4-5 OT Northern Michigan L 2-3
Colorado College W 9-5 Northern Michigan T 5-5 OT
Northern Michigan W 7-2 Denver+ L 1-4
Northern Michigan W 5-2 Denver+ L 3-7
Czech Selects# W 3-2 +WCHA Playoffs

UMD THROUGH THE YEARS


Alaska Anchorage W 5-1 #Exhibition Game
Alaska Anchorage W 6-3
Minnesota W 4-3 1997-98 (21-17-2) WCHA-5th
Minnesota L 5-6 OT Head Coach: Mike Sertich
Denver W 7-1 Captain: Mike Peluso
Denver L 1-2 OT MSU-Mankato L 1-2
Minnesota W 8-4 MSU-Mankato W 7-6
Minnesota W 7-4 Minnesota W 5-3
North Dakota L 2-6 Minnesota L 1-5
North Dakota W 5-1 St. Cloud State L 2-3
Wisconsin L 2-6 St. Cloud State W 4-3
Wisconsin W 5-2 Providence College L 5-6 OT
Colorado College W 9-3 Providence College L 0-3
Colorado College W 8-4 1994-95 (16-18-4) WCHA-7th Minnesota L 0-7
North Dakota L 0-8
St. Cloud State W 6-4 Head Coach: Mike Sertich Northern Michigan W 5-2
North Dakota W 4-3
St. Cloud State W 4-0 Captain: Brett Larson Northern Michigan W 3-0
Wisconsin L 0-3
Northern Michigan T 3-3 OT Wisconsin~ L 4-6 St. Cloud State W 7-1
Wisconsin L 2-4
Northern Michigan L 3-5 Wisconsin L 5-6 St. Cloud State W 5-4
Michigan Tech L 4-5
Alaska Anchorage+ W 7-2 Minnesota L 4-5 Alaska Anchorage W 6-4
Michigan Tech W 1-0
Alaska Anchorage+ W 4-0 Minnesota L 2-6 Alaska Anchorage T 3-3 OT
Nebraska-Omaha W 4-3
Northern Michigan^ L 2-6 Alaska Anchorage W 4-3 OT Michigan Tech L 2-4
Nebraska-Omaha W 3-0
Wisconsin^ W 7-5 Alaska Anchorage W 2-0 Michigan Tech L 1-2 OT
Alaska Anchorage L 1-2
Brown U.* W 7-3 Wisconsin T 2-2 OT Vermont@ W 5-2
Alaska Anchorage W 2-0
Lake Superior State* L 3-4 Wisconsin W 4-3 Dartmouth College@ W 3-2
Clarkson U.@ W 5-2
+WCHA Playoffs Northern Michigan L 4-5 Swiss Selects# W 6-0
Colgate U.@ W 6-2
^WCHA Playoff Championship (Third Northern Michigan L 4-5 OT Colorado College L 0-6
HV-71(Sweden)# L 2-4
Place in St. Paul, MN) North Dakota L 5-6 Colorado College L 3-7
Wisconsin T 2-2 OT
*NCAA West Regional (Detroit, MI) North Dakota L 7-9 Minnesota L 3-5
Wisconsin L 3-5
~U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Game Michigan Tech T 1-1 OT Minnesota L 1-5
St. Cloud State W 8-4
(Exhib.) Michigan Tech L 3-5 Alaska Anchorage W 7-2
St. Cloud State W 4-1
#Exhibition Game Vermont L 1-2 OT Alaska Anchorage W 8-1
Minnesota L 1-7
Vermont W 4-2 North Dakota W 3-1
Minnesota L 5-6
1993-94 (14-21-3) WCHA-7th St. Cloud State L 2-5 North Dakota L 2-3
Colorado College L 3-4
Head Coach: Mike Sertich St. Cloud State L 0-3 Wisconsin L 2-4
Colorado College W 5-2
Captain: Chris Marinucci Union College W 6-3 Wisconsin L 3-5
Michigan Tech W 6-2
St. Lawrence U. W 2-1 Union College W 4-3 Denver L 4-6
Michigan Tech W 7-5
St. Lawrence U. L 5-8 Brynas Tigers (Sweden)# L 2-6 Denver W 8-3
Alaska Anchorage W 3-1
Wisconsin W 5-4 Colorado College L 3-6 Northern Michigan W 5-1
Alaska Anchorage T 0-0 OT
Wisconsin T 5-5 OT Colorado College W 6-5 Northern Michigan L 1-2
North Dakota L 3-6
Alaska-Anchorage W 2-1 Denver W 5-4 OT Michigan Tech+ L 4-5 OT
North Dakota W 7-0
Alaska-Anchorage L 1-4 Denver T 4-4 OT Michigan Tech+ L 3-4
Denver W 6-2
Minnesota L 1-3 Michigan Tech T 3-3 OT @Sheraton/USAir Classic (Burlington, VT)
Denver W 5-4 OT
Minnesota T 3-3 OT Michigan Tech W 7-4 +WCHA Playoffs
Minnesota+ W 7-3
North Dakota L 5-6 North Dakota W 6-4 #Exhibition Game
Minnesota+ L 0-5
North Dakota T 4-4 OT North Dakota W 6-3 Minnesota+ W 5-4 OT
Northern Michigan L 3-4 St. Cloud State W 3-2 OT 1996-97 (18-16-4) WCHA-6th
St. Cloud State^ L 3-4 OT
Northern Michigan L 0-5 St. Cloud State L 2-3 Head Coach: Mike Sertich
+WCHA Playoffs
Denver L 3-4 Minnesota L 0-3 Captain: Brad Federenko
^WCHA Final Five (in Milwaukee, WI)
Denver W 5-2 Minnesota L 1-4 Army L 4-6
@Syracuse Invitational Tournament
St. Cloud State L 2-5 Wisconsin= L 3-6 Army W 3-0
#Exhibition Game
St. Cloud State L 2-8 Alaska Anchorage W 5-4 Alaska Anchorage W 3-1
Harvard W 3-0 Alaska Anchorage W 7-4 Alaska Anchorage W 3-1
1998-99 (7-27-4) WCHA-9th
Harvard L 4-9 Northern Michigan W 6-3 Minnesota W 7-4
Head Coach: Mike Sertich
St. Petersburg Red Army# L 2-6 Northern Michigan W 8-1 Minnesota L 3-4
Captain: Bert Gilling
Michigan Tech W 5-3 Minnesota+ L 4-5 OT St. Cloud State L 4-6
Minnesota T 2-2 OT
Michigan Tech L 0-3 Minnesota+ L 3-4 St. Cloud State T 1-1 OT
Minnesota L 1-3
Colorado College L 4-5 +WCHA Playoffs Northern Michigan W 4-3
North Dakota L 0-3
Colorado College W 9-2 ~U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Game Northern Michigan W 8-1
North Dakota L 1-4
Wisconsin L 1-6 (Exhib.) Wisconsin L 3-5
Wisconsin L 1-3
Wisconsin W 4-3 =in Milwaukee, WI Wisconsin W 4-0
Wisconsin L 1-3
Alaska Anchorage L 6-7 OT #Exhibition Game North Dakota L 4-8
Providence College L 2-7
Alaska Anchorage W 3-1 North Dakota L 3-4
Providence College W 5-4
Minnesota L 2-3 OT 1995-96 (20-17-1) WCHA-4th (T) Michigan Tech W 3-2 OT
St. Cloud State L 3-4
Minnesota W 5-1 Head Coach: Mike Sertich Michigan Tech W 4-2
St. Cloud State L 1-4
St. Cloud State L 5-9 Captain: Joe Ciccarello Denver L 3-6
Alaska Anchorage L 1-3
St. Cloud State W 9-2 Ferris State W 3-0 Denver L 1-5
Alaska Anchorage T 1-1 OT
Denver L 5-7 Ferris State W 5-3 Harvard W 3-1
Michigan Tech W 5-2
Denver W 5-4 St. Cloud State L 3-6 Harvard W 4-2
Michigan Tech W 6-2
Northern Michigan W 9-3 St. Cloud State W 5-4 Pori Aces (Finland)# W 7-6
Colgate U. L 4-5
Northern Michigan L 4-6 Michigan Tech W 6-5 OT Alaska Anchorage W 3-2
Colgate U. L 1-2
North Dakota L 3-5 Michigan Tech W 4-2 Alaska Anchorage W 4-3 OT
Union College@ W 4-2
North Dakota W 5-3 North Dakota W 5-3 Colorado College L 4-5
RPI@ L 1-4
St. Cloud State+ L 0-3 North Dakota L 3-5 Colorado College W 4-2
Air Force= W 7-2
St. Cloud State+ L 5-8 Wisconsin W 3-2 Wisconsin L 3-6
UMass-Lowell= L 0-3
+WCHA Playoffs Wisconsin W 5-2 Wisconsin L 1-4
Wisconsin L 3-4
#Exhibition Game Minnesota L 0-2 Michigan Tech L 1-2 OT
Wisconsin L 2-5

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Denver W 4-3 Colorado College L 1-5 Northern Michigan L 4-5
UMD THROUGH THE YEARS Wisconsin W 6-2
Denver L 2-4 Colorado College L 1-4 Denver L 2-8 St. Cloud State L 2-3
St. Cloud State L 3-6 Michigan Tech L 4-5 OT Denver L 1-3 St. Cloud State W 3-1
St. Cloud State L 3-5 Michigan Tech W 5-3 Bemidji State W 5-1 MSU-Mankato L 3-5
North Dakota L 3-4 North Dakota L 3-5 Bemidji State W 7-2 MSU-Mankato L 1-4
North Dakota T 2-2 OT North Dakota L 2-5 Yale U.= W 3-2 Denver W 6-5
Alaska Anchorage L 3-5 New Hampshire~ L 3-4 Boston College= L 1-5 Denver W 3-1
Alaska Anchorage T 0-0 OT Vermont~ W 7-3 Colorado College L 1-4 Michigan Tech W 5-1
Michigan Tech L 4-5 OT Wisconsin L 4-5 Colorado College L 5-7 Michigan Tech W 5-3
Michigan Tech W 6-4 Wisconsin L 3-4 OT St. Cloud State W 3-2 Minnesota L 4-5
Minnesota L 1-4 Bemidji State W 7-2 St. Cloud State L 1-6 Minnesota W 5-4 OT
Minnesota L 7-10 Bemidji State W 5-3 Michigan Tech L 1-4 North Dakota T 3-3 OT
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Colorado College L 3-4 Denver T 1-1 OT Michigan Tech L 3-5 North Dakota W 3-2
Colorado College L 2-3 Denver L 1-2 Alaska-Anchorage W 4-2 Michigan Tech L 3-6
Colorado College+ L 1-3 Merrimack College= L 2-4 Alaska-Anchorage W 3-2 Michigan Tech W 6-3
Colorado College+ L 4-5 OT Colgate U.= T 2-2 OT Minnesota W 5-2 St. Cloud State+ W 5-4
@Marine Midland Bank Holiday St. Cloud State L 3-6 Minnesota L 1-2 St. Cloud State+ L 2-3 OT
Tournament in Troy, NY (Second Place) St. Cloud State L 4-5 Denver L 1-4 St. Cloud State+ W 7-3
=Silverado Shootout (Second Place) Colorado College W 2-1 Denver T 3-3 OT North Dakota^ W 2-1
+WCHA Playoffs Colorado College L 4-6 MSU-Mankato W 6-3 Colorado College^ L 3-4 OT
#Exhibition Game MSU-Mankato L 2-5 MSU-Mankato T 4-4 OT MSU-Mankato^ W 6-4
MSU-Mankato L 4-7 North Dakota W 3-2 +WCHA Playoffs
1999-2000 (15-22-0) WCHA-8th North Dakota L 2-6 North Dakota L 3-5 ^WCHA Final Five (in St. Paul, MN-
Head Coach: Mike Sertich North Dakota L 3-4 Wisconsin L 1-3 Third Place)
Captain: Jeff Scissons Michigan Tech L 2-3 Wisconsin L 1-5 #Exhibition Game
Canadian National Team# L 3-6 Michigan Tech T 1-1 St. Cloud State+ L 4-5 OT
Wisconsin W 3-1 Alaska Anchorage T 2-2 OT St. Cloud State+ L 3-6 2003-04 (28-13-4) WCHA-2nd
Wisconsin L 1-6 Alaska Anchorage L 3-5 ~Maverick Stampede in Omaha, NE Head Coach: Scott Sandelin
Colorado College W 2-1 Minnesota W 5-4 OT (First Place) Captain: Beau Geisler
Colorado College L 3-5 Minnesota L 0-4 =Silverado Shootout (Second Place) North Dakota~ L 2-3
St. Cloud State W 3-2 OT Denver L 2-8 +WCHA Playoffs Boston College@ T 2-2 OT
St. Cloud State W 4-3 Denver L 1-3 #Exhibition Game Michigan State@ L 4-5
Minnesota L 3-5 North Dakota+ W 3-2 Minnesota W 4-3 OT
Minnesota L 0-4 North Dakota+ L 2-6 2002-03 (22-15-5) WCHA-5th Minnesota W 4-2
Michigan Tech W 3-2 North Dakota+ L 0-4 Head Coach: Scott Sandelin Alaska Anchorage W 8-1
Michigan Tech L 0-3 +WCHA Playoffs Captain: Jon Francisco Alaska Anchorage W 5-1
North Dakota L 3-6 =Silverado Shootout (Third Place) Notre Dame T 2-2 OT St. Cloud State L 2-3
North Dakota L 4-5 ~Sheraton/Howard Bank Classic in Notre Dame L 3-5 St. Cloud State L 3-5
Nebraska-Omaha W 5-4 Burlington, VT (Second Place) Lakehead University# W 4-1 Bemidji State L 1-3
Nebraska-Omaha L 2-3 OT #Exhibition Game Colorado College T 4-4 OT Bemidji State W 3-2
Northeastern U.= L 2-3 OT Colorado College L 3-4 Union College T 2-2 OT
Boston U.= W 8-5 2001-02 (13-24-3) WCHA-9th Alaska Anchorage W 3-2 Union College W 7-4
Bemidji State W 5-2 Head Coach: Scott Sandelin Alaska Anchorage T 2-2 OT MSU-Mankato W 8-5
Bemidji State W 4-1 Captain: Judd Medak Denver W 3-2 MSU-Mankato W 5-4 OT
Colorado College W 2-0 U of Regina# W 9-4 Denver L 2-4 Michigan Tech L 5-6
Colorado College L 1-5 Nebraska-Omaha~ W 5-2 Wisconsin W 4-1 Michigan Tech W 4-0
Michigan Tech L 1-3 Michigan~ W 3-2 Wisconsin L 1-2 OT North Dakota L 4-5
Michigan Tech W 5-4 MSU-Mankato L 5-6 St. Cloud State L 2-3 North Dakota L 3-6
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