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directory, preview, players, staff, opponents, 2005-06
general information
2006-07 Fighting Sioux Schedule
Schedule & TV information subject to change
Senior Chris Porter celebrates UND’s 2006 Broadmoor Trophy
championship win over St. Cloud State in the WCHA Final
Five.
Front cover photo of old Ralph Engelstad Arena by Bob
Caulfield, reprinted courtesy of Bob Caulfield.
Cover photos of new Ralph Engelstad Arena by UND photographer Chuck Kimmerle. Cover photos of Winter Sports
Building are UND file photos.
Date
Oct 1
Oct 6
Oct 7
Oct 13
Oct 14
Oct 20
Oct 21
Oct 27
Oct 28
Nov 3
Nov 4
Nov 17
Nov 18
Nov 24
Nov 25
Dec 1
Dec 8
Dec 9
Dec 15
Dec 16
Dec 29-30
Dec 29
Dec 30
Jan 5
Jan 6
Jan 12
Jan 13
Jan 19
Jan 20
Jan 26
Jan 27
Feb 9
Feb 10
Feb 16
Feb 17
Feb 23
Feb 24
Mar 2
Mar 3
Mar 9-11
Mar 15-17
Mar 23-24
Mar 23-24
Mar 24-25
Mar 24-25
Apr 5-7
Opponent
Time Local TV
MANITOBA (EXH.)
5:07 p.m.
FSSN
QUINNIPIAC
7:37 p.m.
FSSN
QUINNIPIAC
7:07 p.m.
FSSN
at Wisconsin *
7:37 p.m.
at Wisconsin *
7:07 p.m.
MAINE
7:37 p.m.
FSSN
MAINE
7:07 p.m.
FSSN
at Minnesota State *
7:37 p.m.
at Minnesota State *
7:07 p.m.
ST. CLOUD STATE *
7:37 p.m.
FSSN
ST. CLOUD STATE *
7:07 p.m.
FSSN
at Alaska Anchorage *
10:37 p.m.
at Alaska Anchorage *
10:07 p.m.
COLORADO COLLEGE *
7:37 p.m.
FSSN
COLORADO COLLEGE *
7:07 p.m.
FSSN
U.S. 18s (EXH.)
7:37 p.m.
FSSN
WISCONSIN *
7:37 p.m.
FSSN
WISCONSIN *
7:07 p.m.
FSSN
MICHIGAN TECH *
7:37 p.m.
FSSN
MICHIGAN TECH *
7:07 p.m.
FSSN
at Dartmouth Tournament
vs. Dartmouth
6:05 p.m.
vs. St. Lawrence/Boston Univ. 4:05/7:05 p.m.
at Colorado College *
8:37 p.m.
at Colorado College *
8:07 p.m.
ALASKAANCHORAGE *
7:37 p.m.
FSSN
ALASKAANCHORAGE *
7:07 p.m.
FSSN
at Bemidji State
7:35 p.m.
BEMIDJI STATE
7:07 p.m.
FSSN
at Minnesota *
7:07 p.m.
at Minnesota *
7:07 p.m.
MINNESOTA STATE *
7:37 p.m.
FSSN
MINNESOTA STATE *
7:07 p.m.
FSSN
MINNESOTA DULUTH *
7:37 p.m.
FSSN
MINNESOTA DULUTH *
7:07 p.m.
FSSN
at Denver *
8:37 p.m.
at Denver *
8:07 p.m.
at St. Cloud State *
7:07 p.m.
at St. Cloud State *
7:07 p.m.
WCHA First Round
WCHA Final Five (St. Paul, Minn.)
NCAA East Regional (Rochester, N.Y.)
NCAA Midwest Regional (Grand Rapids, Mich.)
NCAA Northeast Regional (Manchester, N.H.)
NCAA West Regional (Denver, Colo.)
at NCAA Frozen Four @ St. Louis, Mo.
All times Central time; * - WCHA game; Home games in BOLD
FSSN: Fighting Sioux Sports Network – Ch. 23 in Grand Forks
(Check local listings for cable stations carrying FSSN)
All games are on radio on Clear Channel’s KQHT “The FOX” 96.1 FM. (Check
local listings for affiliate stations)
UND athletics action photos on back cover by Neil DeKrey.
Seven-time NCAA Champions: 1959, 1963, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 2000
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2007 NCAA championship bracket
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Thirteen-time WCHA Champions: 1958, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004
table of contents
DIRECTORY/MEDIA INFORMATION
OPPONENTS (WCHA)
HONORS AND AWARDS
2006-07 Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
2007 NCAA Bracket . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Table of Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
UND Athletic Media Relations . . . . . .4
Media Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
Quick Facts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
The Hobey Baker Award . . . . . . . . .104
UND Honor Roll . . . . . . . . . . . .105-108
UND All-Americans . . . . . . . . . . . . .109
UND Olympians Photo Gallery . . . .110
Fighting Sioux in the NHL . . . . .111-119
Fighting Sioux in the Minors . . . . . .120
Fighting Sioux in the
NHL Draft . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .121-122
Outlook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-10
Roster . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
WCHA Composite Schedule . . . . . . .42
Alaska Anchorage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43
Colorado College . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43
Denver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43
Michigan Tech . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
Minnesota . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
Minnesota Duluth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
Minnesota State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45
St. Cloud State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45
Wisconsin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45
PLAYER PROFILES (RETURNEES)
OPPONENTS (NON-CONFERENCE)
2006-07 SEASON PREVIEW
Bina, Robbie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
Chorney, Taylor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
Duncan, Ryan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Fabian, Erik . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
Finley, Joe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Foyt, Scott . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
Jones, Zach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
Kaip, Rylan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
Kozek, Andrew . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
Lamoureux, Philippe . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
Lee, Brian . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
Martens, Ryan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
Miller, Brad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
Oshie, T.J. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
Porter, Chris . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
Radke, Kyle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
Toews, Jonathan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28
Walski, Aaron . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
Watkins, Matt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
PLAYER PROFILES (NEWCOMERS)
Bishop, Hunter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
Forney, Michael . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
Genoway, Chay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
Grieco, Anthony . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
VandeVelde, Chris . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
Zajac, Darcy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
Hamilton, Shea . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
STAFF
Head Coach Dave Hakstol . . . . . .34-37
Associate Coach Cary Eades . . . . . . .38
Assistant Coach Dane Jackson . . . . . .39
Support Staff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
Quinnipiac . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46
Maine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46
Dartmouth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46
Boston University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47
St. Lawrence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47
Bemidji State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47
All-Time Record vs. Opponents . . . . .48
Series Records vs. Opponents . . . .49-57
UND Career Scoring vs. Opponents . . . . .57
UND Results & Attendance in the new
Ralph Engelstad Arena . . . . . . . . . . . .58
FIGHTING SIOUX RECORDS
Team . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .124-125
The Last Time it Happened . . . . . . .125
Individual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .126-127
Single-Season Top 10s . . . . . . .128-130
Career Top 10s . . . . . . . . . . . . .131-132
All-time Shutouts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .133
The Century Club . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .134
All-Time Coaches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .135
Year-by-Year Team Leaders . . . . . . .136
Year-by-Year W-L-T . . . . . . . . . . . . .136
Year-by-Year Results . . . . . . . . .137-145
In the USCHO rankings . . . . . . . . . .146
All-Time Roster . . . . . . . . . . . . .147-155
All-Time UND Numbers . . . . . .156-160
2005-06 SEASON REVIEW
Season Recap . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60-63
Season Game-by-Game Results . . . . .64
Statistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .65
Game-by-Game Scoring . . . . . . . . . . .66
Game Summaries . . . . . . . . . . . . .67-76
Season Superlatives . . . . . . . . . . . . . .77
Game-by-Game Lines . . . . . . . . . . . .78
The WCHA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .79
WCHA Honors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .80
WCHA Leaders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .81-82
FIGHTING SIOUX HISTORY
How UND Hockey Began . . . . . . . . .84
UND Hockey Chronology . . . . . .85-90
1959 NCAA Champions . . . . . . . . . . .91
1963 NCAA Champions . . . . . . . . . . .92
1980 NCAA Champions . . . . . . . . . . .93
1982 NCAA Champions . . . . . . . . . . .94
1987 NCAA Champions . . . . . . . . . . .95
1997 NCAA Champions . . . . . . . . . . .96
2000 NCAA Champions . . . . . . . . . . .97
UND in the WCHA Playoffs . . . .98-100
UND in the NCAA Playoffs . . . . . . .101
All-Time NCAA Champions . . . . . .102
Seven-time NCAA Champions: 1959, 1963, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 2000
RALPH ENGELSTAD ARENA
Ralph Engelstad Arena . . . . . . .161-163
Ralph Engelstad Biography . . . . . . .164
HOCKEY ALUMNI INFORMATION
UND National Alumni Hockey
Committee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .165
UND Athletic Hall of Fame . . .166-168
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA
The University . . . . . . . . . . . . .UND-1-3
University Administration . . . . . . . .UND-4
Athletic Administration . . . . . .UND-5-6
Head Coaches Directory . . . . . . .UND-7
Athletic Facilities . . . . . . . . .UND-8-10
Strength Training . . . . . . . . . . .UND-11
Sports Medicine . . . . . . . . . . . .UND-12
Academic Success . . . . . . . . . .UND-13
National Champions . . . . . . . . .UND-14
Conference Dominance . . . . . .UND-15
About Grand Forks . . . . . . . . . .UND-16
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UND media relations information
Fighting Sioux Athletic Media Relations
Director/Men’s Hockey Contact: Dan Benson
Office Phone: (701) 777-2985
Office Fax: (701) 777-4352
Cell Phone: (701) 740-2908
Email: [email protected]
Dan Benson, in his seventh year as director of athletic media relations at UND, is the
primary contact for Fighting Sioux men’s hockey, men’s and women’s cross country and men’s and women’s track
& field.
Benson joined UND after working for six years (1994-2000)
at Augsburg College in Minneapolis, where he worked as both
sports information director and news service/ media relations
director. Prior to that, Benson was the assistant sports information director (1990-94) in women’s athletics at the University of
Minnesota.
Benson has served in the U.S. Army Reserve for more than
20 years and served overseas in Kuwait and Iraq from April to
October 2003.
Benson received a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the
University of Minnesota in 1990. He and his wife, Lisa, have
two daughters, Christa (9) and Erica (7), and two sons, Joshua
(4) and Zachary (16 months).
Assistant Director/Secondary Hockey
Contact: Jayson Hajdu
Office Phone: (701) 777-2986
Cell Phone: (701) 740-7659
Email: [email protected]
Jayson Hajdu is in his fifth year as assistant director of media relations at UND. He is
the secondary contact for men’s hockey and
the primary contact for Fighting Sioux football, men’s and
women’s basketball and women’s hockey.
Hajdu is a 2000 graduate of UND with a bachelor’s degree
in communication. A native of Regina, Saskatchewan, Hajdu
served as a graduate assistant in the UND athletic media relations office in 2000 and 2001. Prior to that, he served as an
undergraduate student assistant from 1995 to 2000.
Publications Editor: Matt Schill
Office Phone: (701) 777-2668
Cell Phone: (218) 791-9561
Email: [email protected]
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Local Media Outlets
KCNN / KNOX
Leighton Broadcasting
667 Demers Ave.
Grand Forks, N.D. 58201
Phone: (701) 775-4611
Fax: (701) 746-0540
PRINT
Grand Forks Herald
Brad Schlossman, Beat Writer
P.O. Box 6008
Grand Forks, N.D. 58206
Phone: (701) 780-1129
Fax: (701) 795-4603
[email protected]
TELEVISION
WDAZ-TV (ABC)
Pat Sweeney, Sports Director
P.O. Box 12639
Grand Forks, N.D. 58208-2639
Phone: (701) 775-2511
Fax: (701) 746-4507
[email protected]
Fargo Forum
P.O. Box 2020
100 North Fifth
Fargo, N.D.
Phone: (701) 241-5546
Fax: (701) 241-5487
[email protected]
KVLY-TV (NBC)
Scott Peters, Sports Director
P.O. Box 1878
1350 21st Ave. S.
Fargo, N.D. 58103
Phone: (701) 237-5211
Fax: (701) 232-0493
[email protected]
Dakota Student
P.O. Box 8177
University of North Dakota
Grand Forks, N.D. 58202
Phone: (701) 777-2677
Fax: (701) 777-3137
[email protected]
WIRE SERVICE
Associated Press
P.O. Box 1018
Bismarck, N.D. 58502-1018
Phone: 800-472-2186
Fax: (701) 224-0158
RADIO
KQHT-FM (Clear Channel)
Tim Hennessy, Sports Director
505 University Ave.
Grand Forks, ND 58201
Phone: (701) 746-1417
Fax: (701) 746-1410
[email protected]
Graduate Assistants:
Student Assistants:
KXJB-TV (CBS)
Rich Lodewyk, Sports Director
P.O. Box 1878
1350 21st Ave. S.
Fargo, N.D. 58103
Phone: (701) 282-0444
Fax: (701) 282-9331
[email protected]
KVRR-TV (FOX)
Scott Heinle, Sports Dir.
4015 9th Ave. S
Fargo, N.D. 58103-2198
Phone: (701) 277-1515
Fax: (701) 277-9656
sh[email protected]
Lisa Persuitti, Brandon Wolf
Ryan Hanson, Mollie Sullivan
Fighting Sioux Athletics on the Web: www.fightingsioux.com
Mailing Address:
Athletic Media Relations
UND Athletics
Hyslop Sports Center Room 120
2751 2nd Avenue North Stop 9013
Grand Forks, ND 58202-9013
Thirteen-time WCHA Champions: 1958, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004
media information
The press box is located on the east side of Engelstad Arena.
Remote statistics displays, provide radio and television announcers with
information on scoring, penalties and other game information.
Press may enter the arena at the southwest corner (student entrance) and
sign in to pick up their credentials. Media parking will be available in the
SW parking lot. You must have a media parking pass (call in advance) to
enter the lot or you will be directed to the general parking lots.
Media have access to phones (credit card and collect calls), electrical outlets and a copy machine in the press box. The UND Media Relations
Office, equipped with a fax machine, additional phone lines, etc., is located nearby for use as well.
Members of the press will either be seated in the main press box or the
auxiliary press box depending on availability of space.
Cheering and betting in the press box will not be tolerated and violators
will be removed from the press box.
MEDIA CREDENTIALS
ON RADIO AND TELEVISION
PRESS BOX
Credentials will be issued ONLY to working media, sports information
personnel, league officials or staff members of competing institutions
with a legitimate need for access to the press box. Requests for working
media credentials for the 2006-2007 season must be made in advance
with Dan Benson (701-777-2985) in the UND Media Relations Office.
Please make requests at least one week prior to the game you plan on
covering. You may pick up your parking passes in the Ralph Engelstad
Arena main office before 4 p.m. on game days.
INTERVIEWS
Requests for interviews with players or members of the coaching staff
may be made through the UND Media Relations Office. Players will
return phone calls from the media either collect or from the media relations office. Please make arrangements through the Media Relations
Office. Mid-morning is the best time to reach Head Coach Dave Hakstol.
Players and coaches are available for interviews up to 15 minutes prior to
the start of practice (2:45 p.m.) as well as after practice. It would be
appreciated if media would call ahead to inform the Media Relations
Office of their attendance at practice.
Coach Hakstol will be available for pregame and postgame interviews.
Players will be available in the media room for postgame interviews only.
The locker room and the training room are off limits to the media.
The University of North Dakota renewed its contract with Clear Channel
Communications (N.D.) in June 2006 to broadcast Fighting Sioux men’s
and women’s hockey, football and men’s and women’s basketball games.
Twenty-two stations broadcast Sioux Sports throughout North Dakota,
Minnesota, and Canada. The flagship station for Sioux hockey is KQHT
“The FOX” 96.1 FM. Play-by-play duties will be handled by Tim
Hennessy. Additional Clear Channel stations carrying Sioux hockey
include: KFGO Fargo 790 AM, KFYR Bismarck 550 AM, KRRZ Minot
1390 AM, KLTC Dickinson 1460 AM, KNDK Langdon 1080 AM, and
KQ92 Warroad, 92.5 FM.
All home games can be seen on the Fighting Sioux Network through
Midcontinent Cable. Viewers in the Grand Forks area can find the
Fighting Sioux Network on Ch. 23; home games are also broadcast via
satellite for the benefit of those outside the Grand Forks viewing area.
For satellite coordinate information, please contact the UND Media
Relations Department or visit the Ralph Engelstad Arena website at
www.theralph.com.
A select number of games will also be shown live on WDAZ-TV (ABC)
this season, although details have not yet been finalized. Check with the
UND Media Relations Office during the season for any changes or additions to the live television schedule.
NO media interviews will be conducted with players prior to games.
RADIO AND TELEVISION
The Engelstad Arena press box has two electronic media booths from
which on-air radio talent may broadcast games. One is reserved for
UND’s home radio station and one for the visiting radio station. On-air
television talent can also be accommodated. Stations wishing to broadcast games from Engelstad Arena are asked to contact Dan Benson in the
UND Media Relations Office at least three weeks in advance of the
games you intend to cover.
PHOTOGRAPHERS
Photography credentials are issued to media and departmental photographers only. Photographers must remain in designated areas of the arena.
Penalty box space is limited and space will be assigned as available.
PRESS BOX OPERATIONS
Game programs, game notes, line charts, statistics and media guides will
be available in the press box prior to all home games.
Credits
The 2006-07 University of North Dakota men’s hockey media guide is
a production of the UND Athletic Media Relations Office. The guide
was designed, written and edited by Director of Media Relations Dan
Benson, with assistance provided by Assistant Director of Media
Relations Jayson Hajdu and student assistants Ryan Hanson and
Mollie Sullivan. Assistance also provided by Publications Editor Matt
Schill.
Cover design and printing by Fine Print Inc, Grand Forks, N.D. Photo
credits to Neil DeKrey, Mike Mohaupt, Scott Gaddini, Chuck
Kimmerle, Pat Miller, Dr. Robert Fischer and Caulfield Studios except
where noted.
Copies of this publication are available to the general public by mail
order for $15.00 each. Please send a check or money order (U.S.
funds), payable to UND Athletics, to the UND Athletic Media
Relations Office, P.O. Box 9013, Grand Forks, ND 58202.
Shot charts and period statistics will be distributed after each period while
a complete game summary will be available approximately 10 minutes
after the contest.
Seven-time NCAA Champions: 1959, 1963, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 2000
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Quick Facts
Fighting Sioux
Men’s Hockey Quick Facts
Location: Grand Forks, N.D. 58202
Founded: 1883
Enrollment: 12,834 (Fall 2006)
Nickname: Fighting Sioux
School Colors: Kelly Green and White
National Affiliation: NCAA Division I (hockey only)
Conference: Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA)
First Year of Hockey: 1929-30, first collegiate season –
1946-47
President: Dr. Charles Kupchella
Athletic Director: Tom Buning
Faculty Representative: Phil Harmeson
Head Hockey Coach: Dave Hakstol (North Dakota, ‘96)
Career Record/Years: 54-31-6, Third year
Associate Head Coach: Cary Eades (North Dakota, ‘82)
Assistant Coach: Dane Jackson (North Dakota, ‘92)
Volunteer Assistant Coach: Scott Koberinski
2005-06 Overall Record: 29-16-1
2005-06 WCHA Record: 16-12-0 (4th)
Letterwinners Returning: 19 (10 forwards; 6 defensemen;
1 defenseman/forward; 2 goalies)
Letterwinners Lost: 8 (4 forwards; 2 defensemen; 1 defenseman/forward; 1 goalie)
Newcomers: 6 (4 forwards, 1 defenseman, 1 goalie)
Home Arena: Ralph Engelstad Arena (11,406)
Press Box Phone: 701-777-3571/3572
Opened: October 5, 2001
Rink Size: main 200’ x 85’, practice 200’ x 100’
Fighting Sioux
Men’s Hockey Staff Directory
Area Code: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .701
Head Coach: Dave Hakstol . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .777-3118
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [email protected]
Associate Head Coach: Cary Eades . . . . . . . . . . . . .777-2654
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [email protected]
Assistant Coach: Dane Jackson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .777-3117
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [email protected]
Volunteer Assistant Coach: Scott Koberinski . . . . .773-3103
Administrative Assistant: Cheryl Gilbertson . . . . .777-3103
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [email protected]
Hockey Athletic Trainer: Mark Poolman, ATC . . . .777-3107
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [email protected]
Hockey Equipment Manager: Pat Swanson . . . . . .777-3110
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [email protected]
Dir. of Strength & Conditioning: TBA . . . . . . . . . .777-4035
Arena Manager: Dennis Gunderson . . . . . . . . . . . .777-3106
Hockey Office Fax: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .777-2574
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UND students celebrate after a Fighting Sioux goal.
Visit the official website of
Fighting Sioux Athletics at:
www.fightingsioux.com
Thirteen-time WCHA Champions: 1958, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004
2006-07
Season
Preview
season preview
By Dan Benson
High-scoring 2005-06 rookies
The 2006-07 college hockey season is near,
and optimism at the University of North Dakota is
UND’s top three freshmen goal scorers last season – T.J. Oshie, Jonathan
once again running high. The reasons are many:
Toews and Ryan Duncan – comprised the highest rookie goal-scoring trio
– The Fighting Sioux are coming off their secon any NCAA Division I team in 2005-06. Here is a list of the teams with
ond consecutive NCAA Frozen Four appearance
the top trios of rookie goal scorers from last season.
and fourth in the last seven years.
– Sophomore forwards T.J. Oshie (24 goals),
NCAA Division I Men’s Hockey Top Goal-Scoring Freshman Trios in 2005-06
Jonathan Toews (22 goals) and Ryan Duncan (16
Team
Top Three Freshmen Goal Scorers
Trio’s Total Goals
goals) are all back with UND this season. The 62
North Dakota
T.J. Oshie 24, Jonathan Toews 22, Ryan Duncan 16
62
combined goals that terrific trio scored as freshmen
Quinnipiac
David Marshall 22, Brian Leitch 14, Chris Myers 8
44
last season is 18 more than any other rookie threeNiagara
Ted Cook 20, Les Reaney 13, Vince Rocco 11
44
Minnesota Duluth Michael Gergen 14, Andrew Carroll 13, Mason Raymond 11
38
some tallied last season for a Division I men's team.
Minnesota
Phil Kessel 18, Ryan Stoa 10, Blake Wheeler 9
37
– In June, Toews was selected by the Chicago
Boston College
Ben Ferriero 16, Nathan Gerbe 11, Brock Bradford 6
33
Blackhawks with the third overall selection in the
Michigan
Andrew Cogliano 12, Jack Johnson 10, Travis Turnbull 9
31
National Hockey League Entry Draft, becoming the
Michigan State
Tim Crowder 17, Justin Abdelkader 10, Tim Kennedy 4
31
highest NHL draft choice in UND school history.
He is one of 11 NHL draft choices on the UND rosBuilding a new foundation each year has worked quite well
ter.
for the Fighting Sioux. In Hakstol’s first two seasons as head
Oshie, Toews and Duncan are among 19 returning players
coach, UND has won a total of 13 playoff games, more than any
who will be joined by six promising newcomers on the Fighting
other WCHA team. UND’s five NCAA wins under Hakstol are
Sioux roster.
more than any team in the nation the past two years.
“We’re still a pretty young team,” said head coach Dave
With another new team, Hakstol is looking forward to the
Hakstol, “but we’ve got great experience levels throughout our
returning players re-establishing themselves in different roles.
lineup. The majority of our players have been to at least one
“Every year you come back, guys step into more prominent
Frozen Four; many have been a part of two Frozen Four teams.
roles and take more responsibility,” Hakstol said. “That will be a
Along with that, we have guys who have won the Broadmoor
key for us this year. I hope our returners can use their experiTrophy and MacNaughton Cup.”
ences to not only get back to where they’ve been, but to try and
But each season marks a fresh start, Hakstol said.
take one more step.”
“We’re not starting where we left off last season,” said
This season’s schedule will begin with the regular season
Hakstol. “We’re starting at the base of the ‘06-07 mountain.
home-opening series on Oct. 6-7 against Quinnipiac. It will be
We’re building a foundation for this year. That’s real critical.
UND’s first-ever meeting against the Bobcats, who finished 20This year is a new year, and we’re climbing a new mountain.”
18-1 overall last season and 8-13-1 in the ECAC. The home
series will also mark the first time UND has opened the regular
season at home since the 2003-04 season.
After the Quinnipiac series, the Sioux will get a tough,
early-season WCHA test, traveling to Madison, Wis., for an Oct.
13-14 series against defending national champion Wisconsin.
After taking on the Badgers, UND will return home for an
Oct. 20-21 non-conference series against Maine, another 2006
NCAA Frozen Four participant.
It’s a tough way to start and therefore important for the
Sioux to play well early, said Hakstol.
The Sioux will have two more early-season road trips (to
Minnesota State and Alaska Anchorage), before returning home
for six consecutive home games along with an exhibition game
against the United States 18-and-under team from Nov. 24-Dec.
16.
Following is a position-by-position rundown of the UND
roster:
In the nets
Philippe Lamoureux
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One of the big losses from last year’s team is goalie Jordan
Parise, who during the summer signed a professional contract
with the NHL’s New Jersey Devils organization. Parise, who
Thirteen-time WCHA Champions: 1958, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004
season preview
decided to forego his last year of college eligibility, finished his
three-year career as UND's all-time leader in goals against average (2.14) and save percentage (.921). He started all of UND’s
NCAA games the past three seasons, posting a 6-3 NCAA mark.
Despite the loss of Parise, Hakstol said the Sioux will have
a strong trio of goaltenders in the 2006-07 season, and he
expects there to be a great deal of competition among the three
goalies on the roster.
The most experienced of the three netminders is junior
Philippe Lamoureux.
Lamoureux has played in 32 games (29 starts) his first two
seasons, posting an excellent overall goals against average (2.36)
and save percentage (.913) along with a 12-15-2 record.
“Phil has to be our leader in goal,” Hakstol said. “That’s not
taking away from anyone else’s opportunity, but he has the highest level of experience. He’s a veteran guy, and we have a great
deal of confidence that he can step into a more prominent role.”
Adding to UND’s strong group of goalies are freshman
Anthony Grieco, a native of Brampton, Ontario, and sophomore
Aaron Walski, from Fargo, N.D.
“Anthony Grieco is a great young goaltender who we expect
to compete for playing time immediately,” Hakstol said, “and
Aaron Walski has had a great summer. He is very competitive
and is a tremendous team guy who has taken a good step forward.”
On the Blueline
UND will miss 2005-06 captain Matt Smaby, who turned
professional by signing with the NHL’s Tampa Bay Lightning.
However, the Sioux begin this season with a number of experienced players back.
UND played four freshmen defensemen in its lineup all of
last season, and those four – Brian Lee, Taylor Chorney, Joe
Finley and Zach
Jones – showed
they were up to
the challenge,
playing key roles
in UND’s Frozen
Four run. Now
that quartet,
along with junior
Kyle Radke, are
among five
returning starters
at defense.
The entire
group of
defensemen,
Hakstol said, is
still young and
will continue to
Brian Lee
develop throughout the year.
“Each guy brings different strengths to the table,” Hakstol
said. “And all of the returners have played in key situations. As
the season progresses, this d-corps can become the backbone of
our team.”
Lee was named to the WCHA All-Rookie Team last season,
when he led all UND defensemen in scoring with 27 points (four
goals), a point total that is tied for sixth-best in school history
among rookie rearguards.
Chorney chipped in with 18 points (three goals) and was
second on the team with a +22 plus/minus rating.
Finley, who casts an imposing presence on the blue line
with his 6-7 frame, displayed a poise beyond his years during his
freshmen campaign and finished the season with a +18
plus/minus rating in 43 games.
Jones played in all 46 games last season and tallied six
assists while establishing himself as a physical player with a
tenacious streak.
Radke, now the veteran of the group as a junior, appeared in
a career-high 44 games last season, scoring three goals and
recording 12 assists. Radke finished the year with an even or
plus plus/minus rating in 16 of his last 18 games.
Joining the five returning starters this year is another experienced defenseman – junior Robbie Bina, who missed all of last
season while recovering from an injury.
“It’s going to be great to have Robbie back in the lineup,”
Hakstol said. “He’s very quietly become a real key for us in the
locker room, and I’m excited to get him back in the lineup. I
know the level of respect he’ll have from his teammates.”
Joining the returning defensemen is freshman Chay
Genoway, from Swan River, Manitoba. Genoway, the younger
brother of former Sioux scoring leader Colby Genoway, played
last season with Vernon of the BCHL.
Taylor Chorney
Seven-time NCAA Champions: 1959, 1963, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 2000
9
season preview
Oshie was a member of the All-WCHA rookie team last season. He was third on the team in scoring last year with 45 points
(24 goals) and his nine game-winning goals led the nation and
The Sioux lose four key forwards, including last season's
were a single-season school record. Eleven of Oshie’s goals
two leading scorers, Drew Stafford and Travis Zajac. Stafford
came on the power play.
notched a team-best 48 points (24 goals) last season and then
Toews was named the most outstanding player at last seasigned with the NHL’s Buffalo Sabres at season’s end. Zajac had
son's
NCAA West Regional. He finished the year with 39 points
47 points (18 goals) before signing with the NHL’s New Jersey
(22
goals)
in 42 games and was one of the nation’s hottest playDevils.
ers
down
the
stretch, scoring 21 points (11 goals) during his final
While Stafford and Zajac will be missed, UND has an
13
games.
He
tied for the national lead in points (six) and points
impressive group of forwards coming back. The forwards
per
game
(2.00)
in NCAA tournament play.
include the team’s only three seniors, all of whom will be relied
Duncan played in all 46 UND games
on for leadership.
and
had
36 points (16 goals, 20 assists) on
One of those seniors, Chris Porter,
the
season.
He was a member of the
has yet to miss a game in his three seaNCAA
West
Region all-tournament team
sons at UND, playing all 132. His conafter
collecting
two goals and two assists
secutive games streak is the longest
in
two
West
Region
games.
active streak in the nation among
Two
forwards
Hakstol
will be countNCAA Division I players. Porter, who
ing
on
to
play
larger
roles
this
season are
saw action at both left and right wing
sophomores
Andrew
Kozek
and
Matt
last season, had seven goals among his
Watkins.
Both
played
in
all
46
games
last
23 points last season and has 29 goals
season,
with
Kozek
recording
13
points
in his three years.
(seven goals) and Watkins registering nine
“Chris is a tremendous leader,”
points (five goals).
Hakstol said. “I look for him to play a
Sophomore forwards Brad Miller and
key role within our team this year.”
Ryan
Martens add speed, skill and depth
Another senior, Erik Fabian,
and
are
expected to make strong bids for
returns after missing the final eight
lineup
spots.
games of the season with an injury.
Joining the returning forwards are
Fabian had six goals and 11 points last
four
talented
newcomers. This year's four
season from his left wing spot. During
rookie
forwards
include Hunter Bishop,
his UND career he has displayed a
Michael
Forney,
Chris VandeVelde and
knack for scoring big goals along with
Darcy
Zajac.
All
four possess good size –
a propensity to work the corners and
6-0
or
better
–
along
with excellent offencome out with the puck.
sive
skills.
“We expect him to be 100 percent
Zajac (6-0), a Winnipeg, Manitoba,
this year,” Hakstol said. “We missed
T.J. Oshie
native
and the younger brother of former
him in the lineup late in the season last
Sioux
Travis
Zajac, played for Salmon
year. Erik is a consummate team player
Arm
in
the
BCHL.
He
recorded
80
points (37 goals) in 57 games
and we look for a great senior year from him.”
for
the
Silverbacks.
UND's third senior, Scott Foyt, has seen limited action,
Bishop (6-1), a Fairbanks, Alaska, native, played for Vernon
playing in seven games last season and 19 in his career, but he is
of
the
BCHL last season, totaling 54 points (25 goals) in 56
a valuable and versatile member of the team, Hakstol said. Foyt
games
for the Vipers.
has played center, right wing and defense for the Sioux.
VandeVelde
(6-2), a Moorhead, Minn., native, spent last sea“He doesn't always show up on the scoresheet, but as a senson
at
Lincoln
of
the USHL. He played 56 games for the Stars,
ior, he is in a leadership role and is an important part of our
scoring
16
goals
among
his 36 points.
team,” said Hakstol.
Forney
(6-2)
led
his
Thief River Falls (Minn.) high school
One junior forward, Rylan Kaip, joins the ranks of the
team
to
a
berth
in
the
Minnesota
state high school hockey tourupperclassmen this season. Kaip played both center and right
nament
and
as
a
senior
was
among
the state’s leading scorers,
wing last season and scored two key goals in UND’s WCHA
with
68
points
in
25
games.
Final Five semifinal win over Wisconsin. He also scored in the
The combination of the newcomers’ promise and returners’
Frozen Four against Boston College. A strong skater who is
experience
has Hakstol and the UND coaching staff ready to get
aggressive in both ends, Kaip was named the team’s most
started.
improved player last season.
“We all truly feel that we’re part of something special here
Oshie, Toews and Duncan lead a dynamic group of sophoat
the
University of North Dakota,” Hakstol said. “As a team,
more forwards that will be looked upon to provide much of
we’re
looking forward to the ‘06-07 season with great anticipaUND’s offensive firepower this season.
tion.”
Up Front
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Thirteen-time WCHA Champions: 1958, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004
sioux roster
2006-07 Fighting Sioux Roster
No.
Name (NHL Rights)
Pos. S/C
Yr. Ht.
1
Philippe Lamoureux
G
Left
Jr 5-8
2
Joe Finley (WAS)
D
Left
So 6-7
4
Taylor Chorney (EDM)
D
Left
So 6-0
5
Chay Genoway
D
Left
Fr 5-9
6
Zach Jones
D
Left
So 6-0
7
T.J. Oshie (STL)
F
Right So 6-0
8
Ryan Martens
F
Right So 6-0
9
Jonathan Toews (CHI)
F
Left
So 6-2
10
Andrew Kozek (ATL)
F
Left
So 5-11
11
Darcy Zajac
F
Right Fr 6-0
14
Brad Miller
F
Right So 5-11
16
Ryan Duncan
F
Left
So 5-6
17
Rylan Kaip (ATL)
F
Right Jr 6-1
18
Michael Forney (ATL)
F
Right Fr 6-2
19
Hunter Bishop
F
Left
Fr 6-1
20
Matt Watkins (DAL)
F
Left
So 5-10
21
Erik Fabian
F
Left
Sr 6-2
22
Brian Lee (OTT)
D
Right So 6-3
24
Chris Porter (CHI)
F
Left
Sr 6-1
25
Scott Foyt
F/D Right Sr 5-11
26
Kyle Radke
D
Left
Jr 6-0
28
Robbie Bina
D
Right Jr 5-8
29
Chris VandeVelde (EDM)
F
Left
Fr 6-2
30
Aaron Walski
G
Left
So 5-11
31
Anthony Grieco
G
Left
Fr 6-1
-*Shea Hamilton
F
Left
Jr 5-10
*Transfer; will not play in any games until the 2007-08 season
Wt.
156
252
191
171
200
188
192
202
190
201
170
158
195
193
190
183
202
205
197
184
205
175
211
174
187
187
Born
8/20/84
6/29/87
4/27/87
12/20/86
1/14/87
12/23/86
3/10/85
4/29/88
5/26/86
9/23/86
1/31/86
7/14/85
3/19/84
5/14/88
9/5/87
11/12/86
5/28/83
3/26/87
5/29/84
4/6/82
5/13/85
1/4/83
3/15/87
4/16/84
11/27/88
8/28/85
Hometown
Grand Forks, N.D.
Edina, Minn.
Hastings, Minn.
Swan River, Manitoba
Lisle, Ill.
Warroad, Minn.
Selkirk, Manitoba
Winnipeg, Manitoba
Sicamous, B.C.
Winnipeg, Manitoba
Alpharetta, Ga.
Calgary, Alberta
Wilcox, Saskatchewan
Thief River Falls, Minn.
Fairbanks, Alaska
Aylesbury, Saskatchewan
Roseau, Minn.
Moorhead, Minn.
Thunder Bay, Ontario
Andover, Minn.
Bashaw, Alberta
Grand Forks, N.D.
Moorhead, Minn.
Fargo, N.D.
Brampton, Ontario
Altona, Manitoba
Previous Team
Lincoln-USHL
Sioux Falls-USHL
Shattuck-St. Mary’s
Vernon-BCHL
U.S. National Under-18
Warroad High School
Quesnel-BCHL
Shattuck-St. Mary’s
Surrey-BCHL
Salmon Arm-BCHL
Green Bay-USHL
Salmon Arm-BCHL
Notre Dame-SJHL
Thief River Falls High School
Vernon-BCHL
Vernon-BCHL
Topeka-USHL
Moorhead High School
Lincoln-USHL
Tri-City-USHL
Grande Prairie-AJHL
Lincoln-USHL
Lincoln-USHL
Bismarck-NAHL
Wellington-OPJHL
Alaska Anchorage-WCHA
The Sioux...By Class
The Sioux...Geographically
The Sioux...Alphabetically...Pronunciation
Seniors (3)
21
Erik Fabian, F
25
Scott Foyt, F/D
24
Chris Porter, F
Juniors (5)
28
Robbie Bina, D
-Shea Hamilton, F
17
Rylan Kaip, F
1
Philippe Lamoureux, G
26
Kyle Radke, D
Sophomores (12)
4
Taylor Chorney, D
16
Ryan Duncan, F
2
Joe Finley, D
6
Zach Jones, D
10
Andrew Kozek, F
22
Brian Lee, D
8
Ryan Martens, F
14
Brad Miller, F
7
T.J. Oshie, F
9
Jonathan Toews, F
30
Aaron Walski, G
20
Matt Watkins, F
Freshmen (6)
19
Hunter Bishop, F
18
Michael Forney, F
5
Chay Genoway, D
31
Anthony Grieco, G
29
Chris VandeVelde, F
11
Darcy Zajac, F
Minnesota (8): Taylor Chorney (4), Erik Fabian (21),
Joe Finley (2), Michael Forney (18), Scott Foyt (25),
Brian Lee (22), T.J. Oshie (7), Chris VandeVelde (29)
28
19
4
16
21
2
18
4
5
31
-6
17
10
1
22
8
14
7
24
26
9
29
30
20
11
Manitoba (5): Chay Genoway (5), Shea Hamilton,
Ryan Martens (8), Jonathan Toews (9), Darcy Zajac
(11)
North Dakota (3): Robbie Bina (28), Philippe
Lamoureux (1), Aaron Walski (30)
Alberta (2): Ryan Duncan (16), Kyle Radke (26)
Ontario (2): Anthony Grieco (31), Chris Porter (24)
Saskatchewan (2): Rylan Kaip (17), Matt Watkins (20)
Alaska (1): Hunter Bishop (19)
British Columbia (1): Andrew Kozek (10)
Georgia (1): Brad Miller (14)
Illinois (1): Zach Jones (6)
Seven-time NCAA Champions: 1959, 1963, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 2000
Bina, Robbie
Bishop, Hunter
Chorney, Taylor
Duncan, Ryan
Fabian, Erik
Finley, Joe
Forney, Michael
Foyt, Scott
Genoway, Chay
Grieco, Anthony
Hamilton, Shea
Jones, Zach
Kaip, Rylan
Kozek, Andrew
Lamoureux, Philippe
Lee, Brian
Martens, Ryan
Miller, Brad
Oshie, T.J.
Porter, Chris
Radke, Kyle
Toews, Jonathan
VandeVelde, Chris
Walski, Aaron
Watkins, Matt
Zajac, Darcy
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player profiles
2005-06: Practiced with team but did not play in any games.
Robbie Bina
defenseman
28
Class: Junior
Born: Jan. 4, 1983
Hometown: Grand Forks, N.D.
High School: Central (01)
Previous Team: Lincoln (USHL)
Height: 5-8
Weight: 175
Shoots: Right
NHL Rights: Undrafted
BINA FILE
2004-05: Played both forward (nine games) and defense (23 games) during season … Had nine points (all assists) on the year ... Earned second letter.
2003-04: Led Fighting Sioux rookie defensemen with seven assists and
eight points in 30 games ... Finished season with a +17 rating ... Picked up
career-high two assists at Michigan Tech (Jan. 16) ... Scored first career
goal at Denver (Nov. 21) ... Made collegiate debut vs. Yale (Nov. 1) and
picked up first career point with an assist ... Earned first letter.
Before UND: Spent the 2002-03 season with the Lincoln Stars of the
USHL ... Helped lead the Stars to the Clark Cup championship ... Scored
four goals and nine assists in 34 games ... Added another six assists in 10
playoff games ... A 2001 North Dakota Mr. Hockey Finalist with Central
High School ... Also an Eastern Dakota All-Conference selection as a senior ... Lettered three times in hockey ... Also lettered four times in football
and baseball.
Personal: A 2001 graduate of Central High School ... Majoring in communication ... Son of Bob and Rose Bina.
Bina’s Career Statistics
OVERALL
Year
GP G A PTS PEN PP
SH GW
03-04
31
1 7
8
3/6
0
0
0
04-05
32
0 9
9
4/8
0
0
0
05-06
DNP ------------------------------------------------Totals
63
1 16
17
7/14
0
0
0
WCHA
Year
03-04
04-05
05-06
Totals
GP G A PTS PEN PP
SH GW
23
1 6
7
3/6
0
0
0
21
0 6
6
3/6
0
0
0
DNP ------------------------------------------------44
1 12
13
6/12
0
0
0
Career Game Highs
Goals: 1, 11/21/03 at Denver
Assists: 2, twice. Most recent 2/26/05 vs. Wisconsin
Points: 2, 3 times. Most recent 2/26/05 vs. Wisconsin
Longest Point Streak: 2 games (0-2=2), 2/21/04 at
Minnesota State to 2/27/04 at Minnesota Duluth
Career Firsts
Game: 11/1/03 vs. Yale
Goal: 11/21/03 at Denver
Assist: 11/1/03 vs. Yale
Career Scoring
vs. WCHA Opponents
Alaska Anchorage
Colorado College
Denver
Michigan Tech
Minnesota
Minnesota State
St. Cloud State
Minnesota Duluth
Wisconsin
5 gp
5 gp
5 gp
8 gp
4 gp
4 gp
7 gp
7 gp
6 gp
Career Scoring
vs. Non-Conf. Opponents
0-1-1
0-1-1
1-1-2
0-2-2
0-0-0
0-1-1
0-3-3
0-2-2
0-2-2
Bemidji State
Quinnipiac
Maine
Dartmouth
Boston University
St. Lawrence
2 gp 0-0-0
—
2 gp 0-1-1
—
—
—
Most Frequent Linemates
2003-04: Schneider 17 games, Fuher 9 games
2004-05: Schneider 11 games, Smaby 9 games
2005-06: Did not play in any games
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Thirteen-time WCHA Champions: 1958, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004
player profiles
Taylor Chorney
4
defenseman
Class: Sophomore
Born: April 27, 1987
Hometown: Hastings, Minn.
High School: Shattuck-St. Mary’s (05)
Previous Team: Shattuck-St. Mary’s
Height: 6-0
Weight: 191
Shoots: Left
NHL Rights: Edmonton Oilers
Before UND: Chosen by Edmonton Oilers in the second round (36th overall) of the 2005 NHL Entry Draft … Played the previous two seasons for
Shattuck-St. Mary’s, where he helped lead the Sabres to a national midget
title … In 2004-05, recorded 38 points (6 goals, 32 assists) and 56 PIM in
55 games … Chosen as captain of U.S. Under-17 & Under-18 national
teams … Played on Under-18 gold U.S. national team at World
Championships and Under-18 national champions … Also a five-time golf
letter winner.
Personal: A 2005 graduate of Shattuck-St. Mary’s in Faribault, Minn. …
Plans to major in business management … Son of Marc and Lynn Chorney
… Father played hockey at UND from 1977-81 and was former UND captain, All-America defenseman and member of UND’s 1980 national championship team.
CHORNEY FILE
Chorney’s Career Statistics
OVERALL
YEAR
GP
05-06
44
Totals
44
G
3
3
A
15
15
PTS
18
18
PEN
23/54
23/54
PP
2
2
SH
0
0
GW
0
0
WCHA
Year
05-06
Totals
G
3
3
A
8
8
PTS
11
11
PEN
13/34
13/34
PP
2
2
SH
0
0
GW
0
0
GP
28
28
2005-06: Had three goals and 15 assists for 18 points in 44 games ...
Ranked second on the team with a +22 plus/minus rating ... His 18 points
ranked second among UND defensemen ... Had five points (all assists) in
the 2006 postseason (WCHA & NCAA) ... Made his collegiate debut vs.
Miami (Oct. 8) ... Scored his first career goal with a power-play tally vs.
Denver (Oct. 28) ... Had a plus or even plus/minus rating in 15 of his last
17 games ... Played for the United States at the 2006 World Junior Hockey
Championships in Vancouver ... Earned first letter.
Career Game Highs
Goals: 1, 3 times. Most recent 2/25/06 at Denver
Assists: 2, 3 times. Most recent 3/10/06 vs. Minnesota State
Points: 2, 3 times. Most recent 3/10/06 vs. Minnesota State
Longest Point Streak: 4 games, twice. Most recent 3/04/06 vs.
Michigan Tech to 3/12/06 vs. Minnesota State
Career Firsts
Game: 10/08/05 vs. Miami
Goal: 10/29/05 vs. Denver
Assist: 11/11/05 at Minnesota Duluth
Career Scoring
vs. WCHA Opponents
Alaska Anchorage
Colorado College
Denver
Michigan Tech
Minnesota
Minnesota State
St. Cloud State
Minnesota Duluth
Wisconsin
2 gp
2 gp
4 gp
4 gp
4 gp
5 gp
5 gp
4 gp
3 gp
Career Scoring
vs. Non-Conf. Opponents
0-1-1
0-1-1
2-0-2
0-3-3
1-0-1
0-6-6
0-1-1
0-1-1
0-0-0
Bemidji State
Quinnipiac
Maine
Dartmouth
Boston University
St. Lawrence
2 gp 0-2-2
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Most Frequent Linemates
2005-06: Lee 42 games, Jones 2 games
Seven-time NCAA Champions: 1959, 1963, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 2000
13
player profiles
Ryan Duncan
16
forward
Class: Sophomore
Born: July 14, 1985
Hometown: Calgary, Alta.
High School: Shattuck-St. Mary’s (04)
Previous Team: Salmon Arm (BCHL)
Height: 5-6
Weight: 158
Shoots: Left
NHL Rights: Undrafted
DUNCAN FILE
Duncan’s Career Statistics
OVERALL
YEAR
GP
05-06
46
Totals
46
G
16
16
A
20
20
PTS
36
36
PEN
13/26
13/26
PP
5
5
SH
0
0
GW
3
3
WCHA
Year
05-06
Totals
G
9
9
A
12
12
PTS
21
21
PEN
11/22
11/22
PP
1
1
SH
0
0
GW
1
1
GP
28
28
2005-06: Appeared in all 46 games as a freshman with 16 goals, 20 assists
and 36 points ... Ranked fifth on the team in scoring and tied for second
in game-winning goals (3) ... Had a career-best six-game point streak (4g,
5a) and four-game goal-scoring streak snapped in the Frozen Four ... Had
seven points (4g, 3a) in his last four games ... Was named to NCAA West
Region All-Tournament Team after collecting two goals and two assists for
four points in two games ... Ranked fourth on the team with a +19
plus/minus rating ... Had four points (3g, 1a) in two games at the WCHA
Final Five, including the game-winning goal in the championship game vs.
St. Cloud State (Mar. 18) ... Had 18 points (8g, 10a) in his last 13 games ...
Finished 17th in the national rookie scoring race with 0.78 points per game
... Finished year by not having back-to-back games without a point since a
three-game scoreless drought from Jan. 7-14 ... Collected an assist in his
collegiate debut vs. Miami (Oct. 8) ... Scored his first goal two games later
vs. Northeastern (Oct. 14) ... Added an assist for his first multi-point outing ... Ranked second on the team in shots on goal (132) ... Earned first letter.
Before UND: Spent the 2004-05 season playing for Salmon Arm of the
BCHL … Tied for third in league regular season scoring with team-high 91
points (48 goals, 43 assists) … His 48 goals last season was club record for
rookie … Had club-record 11 goals in BCHL playoffs in 11 playoff games,
also tallied 10 assists for 21 points in playoffs … In 2003-04 played on
Shattuck-St. Mary’s national midget championship team.
Personal: A 2004 graduate of Shattuck-St. Mary’s … Undecided on a college major … Son of Bob and Debbie Duncan … Father played forward
and lettered for three seasons for the Fighting Sioux from 1968 to 1971.
Career Game Highs
Goals: 2, twice. Most recent 3/18/06 vs. St. Cloud State
Assists: 2, twice. Most recent 2/18/06 vs. Minnesota Duluth
Points: 3, 3 times. Most recent 3/18/06 vs. St. Cloud State
Longest Point Streak: 6 games (4-5=9), 3/11/06 vs. Minnesota
State to 3/25/06 vs. Holy Cross
Career Firsts
Game: 10/08/05 vs. Miami
Goal: 10/14/05 vs. Northeastern
Assist: 10/08/05 vs. Miami
Career Scoring
vs. WCHA Opponents
Alaska Anchorage
Colorado College
Denver
Michigan Tech
Minnesota
Minnesota State
St. Cloud State
Minnesota Duluth
Wisconsin
2 gp
2 gp
4 gp
4 gp
4 gp
5 gp
5 gp
4 gp
3 gp
Career Scoring
vs. Non-Conf. Opponents
1-0-1
1-0-1
1-1-2
1-3-4
0-1-1
0-3-3
2-2-4
4-5-9
2-0-2
Bemidji State
Quinnipiac
Maine
Dartmouth
Boston University
St. Lawrence
2 gp 0-0-0
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Most Frequent Linemates
2005-06: Stafford 20 games, Toews 16 games, Kozek 16 games
14
Thirteen-time WCHA Champions: 1958, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004
player profiles
Erik Fabian
21
forward
Class: Senior
Born: May 28, 1983
Hometown: Roseau, Minn.
High School: Roseau (01)
Previous Team: Topeka (USHL)
Height: 6-2
Weight: 202
Shoots: Left
NHL Rights: Undrafted
FABIAN FILE
2005-06: WCHA All-Academic selection ... Missed UND’s last seven
games with injury ... Had reached career-highs in games played (37) and
goals (six) and was one shy of matching the career-high 12 points he lad
last season ... Has a +9 plus/minus rating ... Tied for fifth on the team with
a pair of game-winning goals ... Earned third letter.
2004-05: Scored two goals in 4-2 Frozen Four semifinal win over
Minnesota ... Named to the All-WCHA Academic Team ... Assisted on
game-winning goal against Mankato Oct. 16 in a 2-1 win for the Sioux…
Had 12 points on the year for the Sioux, including 10 points (5 goals, 5
assists) in his last 13 games... Enjoyed two-goal game in 8-2 win over
Minnesota Duluth on March 11 in the first round of the WCHA playoffs ...
Earned second letter.
2003-04: Had three goals and two assists for five points in 12 games ...
Enjoyed breakthrough game with first career hat trick and four-point game
at Minnesota State (Feb. 21) ... Named WCHA co-Rookie of the Week for
his efforts ... Goals were the first of his career ... Played in eight of UND’s
last 13 games after sitting out 24 of UND’s first 28 games ... Picked up first
career point with an assist against Yale (Nov. 1), which was his collegiate
debut … Earned first letter.
Fabian’s Career Statistics
YEAR
03-04
04-05
05-06
Totals
GP
12
27
37
76
G
3
5
6
14
A
2
7
5
14
PTS
5
12
11
28
PEN
2/4
2/4
8/38
12/46
PP
0
0
0
0
SH
0
0
1
1
GW
0
0
2
2
WCHA
Year
03-04
04-05
05-06
Totals
GP
8
16
27
51
G
3
1
6
10
A
1
4
4
9
PTS
4
5
10
19
PEN
1/2
1/2
7/36
9/40
PP
0
0
0
0
SH
0
0
1
1
GW
0
0
2
2
Before UND: Spent the 2002-03 season with the Topeka Scarecrows of the
USHL ... Ranked sixth on team in scoring with 18 goals and 19 assists in
54 games ... Registered a +17 ... Scored one goal in three playoff games ...
Three-year letterwinner at Roseau High School ... All-conference selection
as a senior ... St. Paul Pioneer Press All-State Third Team selection ...
Member of 1999 state championship team ... All-conference performer in
football ... Also lettered in golf ... Three-time all-state selection in golf.
Personal: A 2001 graduate of Roseau High School ... Graduated with honors ... Member of National Honor Society ... Majoring in math education
... Son of Dan and Roxanne Fabian.
Career Game Highs
Goals: 3, 2/21/04 at Minnesota State
Assists: 2, 2 times. Most recent 2/21/04 at Minnesota State
Points: 4, 2/21/04 at Minnesota State
Longest Point Streak: 3 games (2-3=5), twice. Most recent 2/03/06
at Colorado College to 2/17/06 vs. Minnesota Duluth
Career Firsts
Game: 11/1/03 vs. Yale
Goal: 2/21/04 at Minnesota State
Assist: 11/1/03 vs. Yale
Career Scoring
vs. WCHA Opponents
Career Scoring
vs. Non-Conf. Opponents
Alaska Anchorage 4 gp 1-1-2
Colorado College 5 gp 1-1-2
Denver
10 gp 0-0-0
Michigan Tech
8 gp 0-1-1
Minnesota
6 gp 3-0-3
Minnesota State
8 gp 4-2-6
St. Cloud State
7 gp 1-4-5
Minnesota Duluth 8 gp 3-1-4
Wisconsin
5 gp 0-0-0
Bemidji State
Harvard
Miami
Michigan State
New Hampshire
Northeastern
4 gp 0-0-0
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Most Frequent Linemates
2003-04: Hale 11 games, Stafford 6 games
2004-05: Canady 22 games, Massen 15 games
2005-06: Prpich 33 games, Kaip 17 games, Watkins 10 games
Seven-time NCAA Champions: 1959, 1963, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 2000
15
player profiles
Joe Finley
2
defenseman
Class: Sophomore
Born: June 29, 1987
Hometown: Edina, Minn.
High School: Edina (05)
Previous Team: Sioux Falls (USHL)
Height: 6-7
Weight: 252
Shoots: Left
NHL Rights: Washington Capitals
2005-06: Appeared in 43 games as a freshman ... Tied for fifth on the team
with a +18 plus/minus rating ... Logged a plus or even plus/minus rating in
13 of his last 14 games ... Ranked fourth on the team with 96 PIM ...
Earned his first career points with an assist in back-to-back games at
Minnesota Duluth (Nov. 11-12) ... Made his collegiate debut Oct. 8 vs.
Miami (OH) ... Earned first letter.
Before UND: Drafted in the first round (27th overall) by the Washington
Capitals … Spent the 2004-05 season with Sioux Falls of the USHL …
Played in 55 games and scored three goals (two power play) and had 10
assists for 13 points, while compiling 181 PIM … Member of Team World
in the 2005 USHL Prospects/All-Star game … Played two seasons for
Edina (Minn.) High School.
Personal: A 2005 graduate of Edina High School … Undecided on a college major … Son of Ray and Mary Jane Finley.
FINLEY FILE
Finley’s Career Statistics
OVERALL
YEAR
GP
05-06
43
Totals
43
G
0
0
A
3
3
PTS
3
3
PEN
33/96
33/96
PP
0
0
SH
0
0
GW
0
0
WCHA
Year
05-06
Totals
G
0
0
A
3
3
PTS
3
3
PEN
24/78
24/78
PP
0
0
SH
0
0
GW
0
0
GP
27
27
Career Game Highs
Goals: n/a
Assists: 1, 3 times. Most recent 1/06/06 at Alaska Anchorage
Points: 1, 3 times. Most recent 1/06/06 at Alaska Anchorage
Longest Point Streak: 2 games, 11/11/05 at Minnesota Duluth
to 11/12/05 at Minnesota Duluth
Career Firsts
Game: 10/08/05 vs. Miami
Goal: n/a
Assist: 11/11/05 at Minnesota Duluth
Career Scoring
vs. WCHA Opponents
Alaska Anchorage
Colorado College
Denver
Michigan Tech
Minnesota
Minnesota State
St. Cloud State
Minnesota Duluth
Wisconsin
2 gp
2 gp
4 gp
4 gp
4 gp
5 gp
5 gp
4 gp
3 gp
Career Scoring
vs. Non-Conf. Opponents
0-1-1
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-2-2
0-0-0
Bemidji State
Quinnipiac
Maine
Dartmouth
Boston University
St. Lawrence
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Most Frequent Linemates
2005-06: Radke 42 games
16
Thirteen-time WCHA Champions: 1958, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004
player profiles
Wore No. 4 his first two seasons, switched to No. 25 for his last two seasons.
Scott Foyt
25
forward
Class: Senior
Born: April 6, 1982
Hometown: Andover, Minn.
High School: Blaine (00)
Previous Team: Tri-City (USHL)
Height: 5-11
Weight: 184
Shoots: Right
NHL Rights: Undrafted
FOYT FILE
Foyt’s Career Statistics
OVERALL
YEAR
GP
03-04
2
04-05
10
05-06
7
Totals
19
G
0
0
0
0
A
0
2
0
2
PTS
0
2
0
2
PEN
0/0
0/0
4/19
4/19
PP
0
0
0
0
SH
0
0
0
0
GW
0
0
0
0
WCHA
Year
03-04
04-05
05-06
Totals
G
0
0
0
0
A
0
0
0
0
PTS
0
0
0
0
PEN
0/0
0/0
3/17
3/17
PP
0
0
0
0
SH
0
0
0
0
GW
0
0
0
0
GP
0
3
4
7
2005-06: Named to WCHA All-Academic Team ... Sat out UND’s last 20
games ... Appeared in seven games ... Last games played were at
Minnesota (Jan. 12-13) ... Earned third letter.
2004-05: Named to the All-WCHA Academic Team ... Played in careerhigh 10 games, all at forward, including two games in NCAA Frozen Four
... Picked up assist Dec. 17 against Canisius and on March 19 in WCHA
Final Five against Minnesota ... Earned second letter.
2003-04: Played in two games ... Saw action Nov. 1 vs. Yale and Oct. 4
against Minnesota Duluth, which was his collegiate debut ... Was a +1 in
those two games … Earned first letter.
Before UND: Spent the previous two seasons with Tri-City of the USHL
... Played in 31 games in 2002-03 and registered three goals and five assists
for eight points ... Played in 60 games in 2001-02 and logged nine goals
and 16 assists for 25 points ... Won the 2000 Minnesota State High School
hockey tournament at Blaine High School, where he was a teammate of
former Sioux forward Brandon Bochenski ... Named to the all-tournament
team ... Lettered three times as a prep and was an all-conference and allstate honorable mention ... Also lettered twice in soccer.
Personal: A 2000 graduate of Blaine High School ... Majoring in financial
management ... Son of Scott Foyt and Debra Walch.
Career Game Highs
Goals: n/a
Assists: 1, 2 times. Most recent 3/19/05 vs. Minnesota
Points: 1, 2 times. Most recent 3/19/05 vs. Minnesota
Longest Point Streak: n/a
Career Firsts
Game: 11/1/03 vs. Yale
Goal: n/a
Assist: 12/17/04 vs. Canisius
Career Scoring
vs. WCHA Opponents
Alaska Anchorage
Colorado College
Denver
Michigan Tech
Minnesota
Minnesota State
St. Cloud State
Minnesota Duluth
Wisconsin
1 gp
—
4 gp
—
3 gp
1 gp
1 gp
1 gp
—
Career Scoring
vs. Non-Conf. Opponents
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-1-1
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
Bemidji State
Quinnipiac
Maine
Dartmouth
Boston University
St. Lawrence
1 gp 0-0-0
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—
—
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Most Frequent Linemates
2003-04: Fuher 1 game, Bina 1 game
2004-05: Fabian 4 games, Fylling 4 games
2005-06: Watkins 4 games, Kozek 3 games, Prpich 3 games
Seven-time NCAA Champions: 1959, 1963, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 2000
17
player profiles
Zach Jones
defenseman
6
Class: Sophomore
Born: Jan. 14, 1987
Hometown: Lisle, Ill.
High School: Ann Arbor Huron (05)
Previous Team: US National Under-18
Height: 6-0
Weight: 200
Shoots: Left
NHL Rights: Undrafted
2005-06: Appeared in all 46 games as freshman, collecting six assists ...
Ranked fifth on the team with 93 PIM ... Finished season with a +14
plus/minus rating, ninth on the team ... Had +6 plus/minus rating over his
last seven games ... Notched his first collegiate point with an assist at
Michigan Tech (Dec. 2) ... Earned first letter.
Before UND: Spent the 2004-05 season with the U.S. National Under-18
Team, playing in 41 games, and tallying one goal, one assist and 74 PIM
… Voted best defenseman at the 2004 IIHF World Under-18
Championship in Minsk, Belarus … Played for the U.S. National Under17 Team in 2003-04.
Personal: A 2005 graduate of Ann Arbor (Mich.) Huron High School …
Plans to major in business … Son of Jeff and Mary Ann Jones … Brother
Matt Jones was defenseman and four-year letterwinner for UND hockey
team from 2001-05.
JONES FILE
Jones’ Career Statistics
OVERALL
YEAR
GP
05-06
46
Totals
46
G
0
0
A
6
6
PTS
6
6
PEN
37/93
37/93
PP
0
0
SH
0
0
GW
0
0
WCHA
Year
05-06
Totals
G
0
0
A
5
5
PTS
5
5
PEN
16/51
16/51
PP
0
0
SH
0
0
GW
0
0
GP
28
28
Career Game Highs
Goals: 3, 11/11/05 at Minnesota Duluth
Assists: 3, 3 times. Most recent 2/24/06 at Denver
Points: 4, 3 times. Most recent 12/03/05 at Michigan Tech
Longest Point Streak: 6 games (5-6=11), 2/17/06 vs. Minnesota
Duluth to 3/04/06 vs. Michigan Tech
Career Firsts
Game: 10/08/05 vs. Miami
Goal: n/a
Assist: 12/02/05 at Michigan Tech
Career Scoring
vs. WCHA Opponents
Alaska Anchorage
Colorado College
Denver
Michigan Tech
Minnesota
Minnesota State
St. Cloud State
Minnesota Duluth
Wisconsin
2 gp
2 gp
4 gp
4 gp
4 gp
5 gp
5 gp
4 gp
3 gp
Career Scoring
vs. Non-Conf. Opponents
0-0-0
0-1-1
0-1-1
0-2-2
0-1-1
0-1-1
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
Bemidji State
Quinnipiac
Maine
Dartmouth
Boston University
St. Lawrence
2 gp 0-0-0
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—
—
Most Frequent Linemates
2005-06: Smaby 44 games, Chorney 2 games
18
Thirteen-time WCHA Champions: 1958, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004
player profiles
Rylan Kaip
17
forward
Class: Junior
Born: March 19, 1984
Hometown: Wilcox, Saskatchewan
High School: Notre Dame (02)
Previous Team: Notre Dame (SJHL)
Height: 6-1
Weight: 195
Shoots: Right
NHL Rights: Atlanta Thrashers
2005-06: Played in a career-high 42 games ... Scored the first two goals of
his career at the WCHA Final Five vs. Wisconsin (Mar. 17) ... Notched the
game-winner in that game ... Also scored a goal against Boston College in
the NCAA Frozen Four ... Ranked sixth on the team with 76 PIM ...
Finished season with a +5 plus/minus rating and an even or plus
plus/minus rating in 11 consecutive games ... Earned second letter.
2004-05: Collected first point in collegiate debut against Maine... Had four
points in 22 games ... Earned first letter.
Before UND: Drafted in the ninth round (269th overall) by the Atlanta
Thrashers in the 2003 NHL Draft ... Spent the 2003-04 season with the
Notre Dame Hounds of the SJHL ... Ranked seventh in league in scoring
with 66 points (30 goals, 36 assists) in 54 games
Personal: A 2002 graduate of Notre Dame High School in Wilcox,
Saskatchewan ... Majoring in physical education and exercise science ...
Son of Doug and Gaylene Kaip.
KAIP FILE
Kaip’s Career Statistics
OVERALL
YEAR
GP
04-05
22
05-06
42
Totals
64
G
0
3
3
A
4
5
9
PTS
4
8
12
PEN
10/20
34/76
44/96
PP
0
0
0
SH
0
0
0
GW
0
1
1
WCHA
Year
04-05
05-06
Totals
G
0
0
0
A
2
5
7
PTS
2
5
7
PEN
8/16
23/54
31/70
PP
0
0
0
SH
0
0
0
GW
0
0
0
GP
16
24
40
Career Game Highs
Goals: 2, 3/17/06 vs. Wisconsin
Assists: 1, 9 times. Most recent 3/04/06 vs. Michigan Tech
Points: 2, 3/17/06 vs. Wisconsin
Longest Point Streak: n/a
Career Firsts
Game: 10/08/04 at Maine
Goal: 3/17/06 vs. Wisconsin
Assist: 10/08/04 at Maine
Career Scoring
vs. WCHA Opponents
Alaska Anchorage
Colorado College
Denver
Michigan Tech
Minnesota
Minnesota State
St. Cloud State
Minnesota Duluth
Wisconsin
3 gp
4 gp
4 gp
6 gp
6 gp
7 gp
7 gp
6 gp
5 gp
Career Scoring
vs. Non-Conf. Opponents
0-0-0
0-1-1
0-0-0
0-3-3
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-2-2
2-0-2
Bemidji State
Quinnipiac
Maine
Dartmouth
Boston University
St. Lawrence
2 gp 0-0-0
—
2 gp 0-1-1
—
—
—
Most Frequent Linemates
2004-05: Marvin 9 games, Canady 9 games, Prpich 8 games
2005-06: Kozek 20 games, Fabian 17 games, Watkins 16 games
Seven-time NCAA Champions: 1959, 1963, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 2000
19
player profiles
Andrew Kozek
10
forward
Class: Sophomore
Born: May 26, 1986
Hometown: Sicamous, B.C.
High School: Earl Marriot (04)
Previous Team: Surrey (BCHL)
Height: 5-11
Weight: 190
Shoots: Left
NHL Rights: Atlanta Thrashers
2005-06: Appeared in all 46 games as a freshman with seven goals and six
assists for 13 points ... Tied for seventh on the team in goals with seven ...
Held scoreless in his last eight games after a two-goal performance vs.
Michigan Tech (March 4) ... Also had a two-goal game at Michigan Tech
(Dec. 3) ... Earned his first collegiate points with a pair of assists vs.
Northeastern (Oct. 14) ... Earned first letter.
Before UND: Drafted in the second round (53rd overall) by the Atlanta
Thrashers in the 2005 NHL Entry Draft … Spent the 2004-05 and 2003-04
seasons with Surrey of the BCHL … Finished second in league regular
season scoring with 97 points (48 goals, 49 assists) in 60 games, had 16
power play goals and also had 81 PIM … Tallied 29 points (19 goals, 10
assists) in 26 playoff games last season … Had 41 points (19 goals, 22
assists) in 58 games in 2003-04.
Personal: A 2004 graduate of Earl Marriot High in Whiterock, B.C. …
Undecided on college major … Son of Joe and Linda Kozek.
KOZEK FILE
Kozek’s Career Statistics
OVERALL
YEAR
GP
05-06
46
Totals
46
G
7
7
A
6
6
PTS
13
13
PEN
11/22
11/22
PP
1
1
SH
0
0
GW
1
1
WCHA
Year
05-06
Totals
G
7
7
A
3
3
PTS
10
10
PEN
6/12
6/12
PP
1
1
SH
0
0
GW
1
1
GP
28
28
Career Game Highs
Goals: 2, twice. Most recent 3/04/06 vs. Michigan Tech
Assists: 2, 10/14/05 vs. Northeastern
Points: 2, 3 times. Most recent 3/04/06 vs. Michigan Tech
Longest Point Streak: 2 games, twice. Most recent 12/10/05 vs.
Minnesota to 12/16/05 at Bemidji State
Career Firsts
Game: 10/08/05 vs. Miami
Goal: 12/02/05 at Michigan Tech
Assist: 10/14/05 vs. Northeastern
Career Scoring
vs. WCHA Opponents
Alaska Anchorage
Colorado College
Denver
Michigan Tech
Minnesota
Minnesota State
St. Cloud State
Minnesota Duluth
Wisconsin
2 gp
2 gp
4 gp
4 gp
4 gp
5 gp
5 gp
4 gp
3 gp
Career Scoring
vs. Non-Conf. Opponents
0-1-1
0-0-0
1-0-1
5-0-5
1-1-2
0-1-1
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
Bemidji State
Quinnipiac
Maine
Dartmouth
Boston University
St. Lawrence
2 gp 0-1-1
—
—
—
—
—
Most Frequent Linemates
2005-06: Watkins 28 games, Kaip 20 games, Duncan 16 games
20
Thirteen-time WCHA Champions: 1958, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004
player profiles
Philippe Lamoureux
1
goalie
Class: Junior
Born: Aug. 20, 1984
Hometown: Grand Forks. N.D.
High School: Central (03)
Previous Team: Lincoln (USHL)
Height: 5-8
Weight: 156
Catches: Left
NHL Rights: Undrafted
LAMOUREUX FILE
Lamoureux’s Career Statistics
OVERALL
Year
GP
04-05
18
05-06
14
Totals
32
WCHA
Year
04-05
05-06
Totals
MIN GA GAA SVS
1043:26 38 2.19 406
734:26 32 2.61 327
1777:52 70 2.36 733
GP
MIN
14
792:44
10
497:14
24 1289:58
GA GAA SVS
29 2.19 314
26 3.14 224
55 2.56 538
SV% SO W-L-T
.914 0 7-8-2
.911 1 5-7-0
.913 1 12-15-2
SV% SO W-L-T
.915
0
6-7-0
.896
1
3-5-0
.907
1 9-12-0
2005-06: Appeared in 14 games, going 5-7-0 with a 2.61 goals against
average and .911 save percentage ... Last action came on Feb. 25, when he
relieved starter Jordan Parise in a 7-3 loss at Denver ... Last start was on
Jan. 27 vs. St. Cloud State ... Recorded his first career shutout with 23
saves in a 5-0 win at Alaska Anchorage (Jan. 7) ... Made a career-high 42
saves at Minnesota (Jan. 13) and followed with 41 the next night ... Earned
second letter.
2004-05: Made collegiate debut Oct. 16, winning at Minnesota State in a
sparkling fashion by making 29 saves on 30 shots ... Named WCHA rookie of the week Nov. 15 and also Jan. 17... Ranked 15th nationally in goals
against average (2.19) and 31st in save percentage (.914)… Second among
all WCHA goalies in league play in goals against average (2.19) and save
percentage (.913) … Ranks third all-time in Fighting Sioux history for
freshman goalies in goals against average (2.19), also ranks fourth in
school history as a freshman in save percentage (.914) ... Earned first letter.
Before UND: Spent the 2002-03 and 2003-04 seasons with the Lincoln
Stars of the USHL ... In 2002-03, he posted a 22-7 record in 34 games,
including 4-0 mark in the playoffs, had a 2.16 goals against average and
.917 save percentage ... In 2003-04, he was 22-23 in 50 games with 2.80
goals against average and .918 save percentage ... 2004 USHL Goalie of
the Year (by vote of league coaches) ... 2004 Goalie’s World Magazine’s
(statistical) USHL Top Goalie ... Two-time letterwinner at Grand Forks
Central High School ... Earned all-conference and all-state honors.
Personal: A 2003 graduate of Central High School ... Business marketing
major ... Son of Pierre and Linda Lamoureux ... Father played for the Sioux
Career Game Highs
Goals Allowed (Fewest): 0, 1/07/06 at Alaska Anchorage
Saves: 42, 1/13/06 at Minnesota
Longest Unbeaten Streak: 3 games, 2 times. Most recent (3-00) 11/19/04 vs. St. Cloud State to 12/03/04 vs. Alaska Anchorage
Career Firsts
Game: 10/16/04 at Minnesota State
Win: 10/16/04 at Minnesota State
Shutout: 1/07/06 at Alaska Anchorage
Career vs. WCHA Opponents
OPP
UAA
CC
DEN
MTU
MINN
MSU
SCSU
UMD
WIS
GP
4
3
4
1
3
3
3
1
2
MIN
237:14
178:07
198:13
60:00
138:55
179:53
178.19
59:28
117:52
GA GAA SVS
10 2.53 87
4
1.35 69
12 3.63 74
3
3.00 16
8
3.46 88
6
2.00 74
6
2.02 65
4
2.10 36
4
2.04 57
SV% SO W-L-T
.897 1 2-2-0
.945 0 1-2-0
.860 0 0-3-0
.842 0 1-0-0
.917 0 1-1-0
.923 0 3-0-0
.915 0 1-2-0
.900 0 0-1-0
.934 0 0-2-0
Career vs. Non-Conference Opponents
OPP
GP
BSU
2
QUIN
–
MAINE –
DART
–
BU
–
STL
–
MIN
124:55
–
–
–
–
–
GA GAA SVS
4
1.93 57
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
SV% SO W-L-T
.934
0
1-0-1
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Seven-time NCAA Champions: 1959, 1963, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 2000
21
player profiles
Brian Lee
defenseman
22
Class: Sophomore
Born: March 26, 1987
Hometown: Moorhead, Minn.
High School: Moorhead (05)
Previous Team: Moorhead High
Height: 6-3
Weight: 205
Shoots: Right
NHL Rights: Ottawa Senators
LEE FILE
Lee’s Career Statistics
OVERALL
YEAR
GP
05-06
44
Totals
44
G
4
4
A
23
23
PTS
27
27
PEN
22/44
22/44
PP
2
2
SH
0
0
GW
0
0
WCHA
Year
05-06
Totals
G
2
2
A
12
12
PTS
14
14
PEN
16/32
16/32
PP
1
1
SH
0
0
GW
0
0
GP
28
28
2005-06: Named to WCHA All-Rookie Team ... Played in 44 games and
led UND defensemen with 23 assists and 27 points ... Third on the team in
assists ... His 25 points tied for the sixth-most by a rookie rearguard in
school history ... Ranked fifth nationally among rookie defensemen with
0.61 points per game (second among WCHA rookie defensemen) ... Two
of his four goals came on the power play ... Eighth on the team with a +15
plus/minus rating ... Had at least one point in six of UND’s eight playoff
games (1-7–8) ... Had a goal and assist in Frozen Four semifinal loss to
Boston College ... Had at least one point in 10 of UND’s last 12 games (210–12) ... Had an assist in each game of the NCAA West Regional ...
Notched a pair of assists in the WCHA Final Five championship game vs.
St. Cloud State (March 18) ... Notched an assist in his collegaite debut vs.
Miami (Oct. 8) ... Scored his first goal two games later vs. Northeastern
(Oct. 14) ... Collected a career-high three assists at Minnesota Duluth (Nov.
12) ... Played for the United States at the 2006 World Junior Hockey
Championship in Vancouver ... Earned first letter.
Before UND: Drafted in the first round (ninth overall) by the Ottawa
Senators in the 2005 NHL Entry Draft … Played for the United States at
the 2005 World Junior Hockey Championship in Grand Forks, N.D., and
Thief River Falls, Minn. … Played the previous three seasons for
Moorhead (Minn.) High School, and led his team to three consecutive
Minnesota High School State Tournament appearances … Had 12 goals
and 28 assists in 24 games as senior … Named Associated Press Minnesota
high school player of the year and Mr. Hockey in Minnesota his senior year
… Two-time all-conference and all-state selection … High school teammate of UND freshman forward Chris VandeVelde ... Also played on the
U.S. Under-18 Team in the summer of 2004 …Earned two letters in golf.
Personal: A 2005 graduate (with honors) of Moorhead High School …
Undecided on college major … Son of Richard and Carol Lee.
Career Game Highs
Goals: 1, 4 times. Most recent 4/06/06 vs. Boston College
Assists: 3, 11/12/05 at Minnesota Duluth
Points: 3, 11/12/05 at Minnesota Duluth
Longest Point Streak: 4 games, 3 times. Most recent 3/18/06 vs.
St. Cloud State to current.
Career Firsts
Game: 10/08/05 vs. Miami
Goal: 10/14/05 vs. Northeastern
Assist: 10/08/05 vs. Miami
Career Scoring
vs. WCHA Opponents
Alaska Anchorage
Colorado College
Denver
Michigan Tech
Minnesota
Minnesota State
St. Cloud State
Minnesota Duluth
Wisconsin
2 gp
2 gp
4 gp
4 gp
4 gp
5 gp
5 gp
4 gp
3 gp
Career Scoring
vs. Non-Conf. Opponents
0-1-1
0-2-2
0-1-1
1-1-2
1-2-3
0-2-2
0-2-2
0-3-3
0-0-0
Bemidji State
Quinnipiac
Maine
Dartmouth
Boston University
St. Lawrence
2 gp 0-0-0
—
—
—
—
—
Most Frequent Linemates
2005-06: Chorney 42 games, Smaby 2 games
22
Thirteen-time WCHA Champions: 1958, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004
player profiles
Ryan Martens
8
forward
Class: Sophomore
Born: March 10, 1985
Hometown: Selkirk, Man.
High School: Lord Selkirk Regional
Comprehensive School (03)
Previous Team: Quesnel (BCHL)
Height: 6-0
Weight: 192
Shoots: Right
NHL Rights: Undrafted
2005-06: Appeared in two games as a freshman ... Made his collegiate
debut by appearing in both games of the Harvard series (Dec. 29-30) ...
Earned first letter.
Before UND: Spent the 2003-04 and 2004-05 seasons with Quesnel of the
BCHL … Was second on Quesnel in scoring last season, tallying 62 points
(22 goals) in 60 regular season games … Had 29 points (11 goals, 18
assists) in 60 games in 2003-04 …Was a member of two-time Bantam
provincial championship teaam.
Personal: A 2003 graduate of Lord Selkirk Regional Comprehensive
School in Selkirk, Manitoba … Pre-business major … Son of Rob and Kim
Martens … Uncle Erwin Martens played for UND from 1976-80 and was
member of 1980 UND national championship team.
MARTENS FILE
Martens’ Career Statistics
OVERALL
YEAR
GP
05-06
2
Totals
2
G
0
0
A
0
0
PTS
0
0
PEN
0/0
0/0
PP
0
0
SH
0
0
GW
0
0
WCHA
Year
05-06
Totals
G
0
0
A
0
0
PTS
0
0
PEN
0/0
0/0
PP
0
0
SH
0
0
GW
0
0
GP
0
0
Career Game Highs
Goals: n/a
Assists: n/a
Points: n/a
Longest Point Streak: n/a
Career Firsts
Game: 10/29/05 vs. Harvard
Goal: n/a
Assist: n/a
Career Scoring
vs. WCHA Opponents
Career Scoring
vs. Non-Conf. Opponents
Alaska Anchorage
Colorado College
Denver
Michigan Tech
Minnesota
Minnesota State
St. Cloud State
Minnesota Duluth
Wisconsin
Bemidji State
Quinnipiac
Maine
Dartmouth
Boston University
St. Lawrence
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Most Frequent Linemates
2005-06: Kozek 1 game, Watkins 1 game, Foyt 1 game
Seven-time NCAA Champions: 1959, 1963, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 2000
23
player profiles
Brad Miller
14
forward
Class: Sophomore
Born: Jan. 31, 1986
Hometown: Alpharetta, Ga.
High School: Shattuck-St. Mary’s (04)
Previous Team: Green Bay (USHL)
Height: 5-11
Weight: 170
Shoots: Right
NHL Rights: Undrafted
2005-06: Appeared in 15 games as a freshman ... Did not record a point ...
Suited up for UND’s last seven games of the season after sitting out the
previous 18 ... Earned first letter.
Before UND: Spent the 2004-05 season with Green Bay in the United
States Hockey league, scoring 13 goals and adding 14 assists in 27 games,
had six power play goals and 20 PIM … Scored five points (3 goals, 2
assists) in three games in USHL's 2004 Buc Bowl … Was a member of
Shattuck-St. Mary’s national midget championship team in 2004.
Personal: A 2004 graduate of Shattuck-St. Mary’s High School in
Faribault, Minn. … Undecided on college major … Son of Karen and Jim
Miller.
MILLER FILE
Miller’s Career Statistics
OVERALL
YEAR
GP
05-06
15
Totals
15
G
0
0
A
0
0
PTS
0
0
PEN
1/2
1/2
PP
0
0
SH
0
0
GW
0
0
WCHA
Year
05-06
Totals
G
0
0
A
0
0
PTS
0
0
PEN
1/2
1/2
PP
0
0
SH
0
0
GW
0
0
GP
4
4
Career Game Highs
Goals: n/a
Assists: n/a
Points: n/a
Longest Point Streak: n/a
Career Firsts
Game: 10/4/03 vs. Minnesota Duluth
Goal: n/a
Assist: n/a
Career Scoring
vs. WCHA Opponents
Career Scoring
vs. Non-Conf. Opponents
Alaska Anchorage
Colorado College
Denver
Michigan Tech
Minnesota
Minnesota State
St. Cloud State
Minnesota Duluth
Wisconsin
Bemidji State
Quinnipiac
Maine
Dartmouth
Boston University
St. Lawrence
—
—
—
1 gp
—
2 gp
2 gp
—
3 gp
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
2 gp 0-0-0
—
—
—
—
—
0-0-0
Most Frequent Linemates
2005-06: Kozek 7 games, Prpich 7 games, Marvin 5 games
24
Thirteen-time WCHA Champions: 1958, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004
player profiles
T.J. Oshie
7
forward
Class: Sophomore
Born: Dec. 23, 1986
Hometown: Warroad, Minn.
High School: Warroad (05)
Previous Team: Warroad High
Height: 6-0
Weight: 188
Shoots: Right
NHL Rights: St. Louis Blues
OSHIE FILE
Oshie’s Career Statistics
OVERALL
YEAR
GP
05-06
44
Totals
44
G
24
24
A
21
21
PTS
45
45
PEN
11/33
11/33
PP
11
11
SH
0
0
GW
9
9
WCHA
Year
05-06
Totals
G
13
13
A
11
11
PTS
24
24
PEN
8/27
8/27
PP
4
4
SH
0
0
GW
5
5
GP
28
28
Career Game Highs
Goals: 3, 12/17/05 vs. Bemidji State
Assists: 3, 10/14/05 vs. Northeastern
Points: 3, 4 times. Most recent 1/20/06 vs. Minnesota State
Longest Point Streak: 7 games (5-2=7), 1/28/06 vs. St. Cloud
State to 2/25/06 at Denver
2005-06: InsideCollegeHockey.com All-Rookie Team selection ... Named
to 2005-06 WCHA All-Rookie Team ... WCHA Final Five All-Tournament
selection ... Had 24 goals and 21 assists for 45 points in 44 games ... Tied
for team lead in goals and was third in points ... Led the nation with a
school-record nine game-winning goals ... His 11 power-play goals tied for
third most by a rookie in school history and his 24 goals rank ninth ...
Ranked sixth in the national rookie scoring race with 1.02 ppg ... Ranked
19th in the NCAA in goals per game (0.55) ... Notched a goal and two
assists at the NCAA West Regional .. Had one goal and two assists at the
WCHA Final Five .... Had a six-game point scoring streak (4-5–9) snapped
at the Frozen Four ... Had 10 multi-point games and was held off the scoresheet just twice in his last 16 games, dating back to Jan. 28 vs. St. Cloud
State ... Had 10 goals and 19 points during that stretch ... Led team with 23
power-play points ... Had team-best 23.5 shooting percentage ... Was held
without a point in back-to-back games just three times all season ... Had
with nine points (4-5–9) in eight playoff games ... Represented the United
States at the 2006 World Junior Hockey Championships in Vancouver ...
Earned first letter.
Before UND: Drafted in the first round (24th overall) by the St. Louis
Blues in the 2005 NHL Entry Draft … Led his Warroad High School team
to three consecutive Minnesota State Class A Tournament appearances,
including state titles in 2003 and 2005 .. He made the all-tournament team
all three years … Tallied 56 points (24 goals, 32 assists) in 31 games as
sophomore, 85 points (43 goals, 42 assists) in 31 games as junior and 100
points (37 goals, 63 assists) in 31 games as senior ... Led all Minnesota
high school players in scoring as a senior ... USA Hockey World Junior
Under-20 Try-Out Camp Selection in Lake Placid, NY ... Played 11 games
with USHL's Sioux Falls Stampede after senior season of high school ...
2005 A.P. and Pioneer Press Minnesota All-State 1st team selection ... 2005
Minnesota Mr. Hockey Finalist.
Personal: A 2005 graduate of Warroad (Minn.) High School … Undecided
on college major … Son of Tim and Tina Oshie.
Career Firsts
Game: 10/08/05 vs. Miami
Goal: 10/08/05 vs. Miami
Assist: 10/08/05 vs. Miami
Career Scoring
vs. WCHA Opponents
Alaska Anchorage
Colorado College
Denver
Michigan Tech
Minnesota
Minnesota State
St. Cloud State
Minnesota Duluth
Wisconsin
2 gp
2 gp
4 gp
4 gp
4 gp
5 gp
5 gp
4 gp
3 gp
Career Scoring
vs. Non-Conf. Opponents
1-0-1
1-2-3
2-1-3
2-2-4
1-2-3
4-2-6
2-1-3
3-3-6
0-1-1
Bemidji State
Quinnipiac
Maine
Dartmouth
Boston University
St. Lawrence
2 gp 4-0-4
—
—
—
—
—
Most Frequent Linemates
2005-06: Zajac 23 games, Spirko 22 games, Porter 19 games
Seven-time NCAA Champions: 1959, 1963, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 2000
25
player profiles
Chris Porter
24
forward
Class: Senior
Born: May 29, 1984
Hometown: Thunder Bay, Ontario
High School: Shattuck-St. Mary’s (02)
Previous Team: Lincoln (USHL)
Height: 6-1
Weight: 197
Shoots: Left
NHL Rights: Chicago Blackhawks
PORTER FILE
Porter’s Career Statistics
OVERALL
YEAR
GP
03-04
41
04-05
45
05-06
46
Totals
132
G
10
12
7
29
A
15
3
16
34
PTS
25
15
23
63
PEN
23/46
18/36
20/40
61/122
PP
3
5
3
11
SH
0
0
0
0
GW
2
1
2
5
WCHA
Year
03-04
04-05
05-06
Totals
G
7
5
4
16
A
9
2
9
20
PTS
16
7
13
36
PEN
16/32
15/30
9/18
40/80
PP
3
3
2
8
SH
0
0
0
0
GW
1
1
0
2
GP
28
28
28
84
Career Game Highs
Goals: 2, 4 times. Most recent 3/26/05 vs. Boston College
Assists: 2, 5 times. Most recent 3/17/06 vs. Wisconsin
Points: 2, 16 times. Most recent 3/17/06 vs. Wisconsin
Longest Point Streak: 3 games, twce. Most recent 12/02/05 at
Michigan Tech to 12/09/05 vs. Minnesota
Career Firsts
Has played in 132 consecutive games since arriving at UND as a freshman, never missing a game ... That’s the longest active streak among all
NCAA Division I players ... Needs to play 39 games in a row at start of season to tie all-time WCHA record for consecutive games played (171),
shared by Wisconsin’s John Johannson (1980-84) and Colorado College’s
Calvin Elfring (1994-98) ... UND plays 36 regular season games in 200506, so Porter would need to play in the postseason to tie the WCHA record.
2005-06: Named to WCHA All-Academic Team ... Appeared in all 46
games ... Has seven goals and 15 assists for 22 points ... Had five points
(1g, 4a) in his last six games after going his previous 12 games without a
point ... Had a pair of assists in the WCHA Final Five semifinal vs.
Wisconsin (Mar. 17) ... Notched an assist in the NCAA West Region final
against Holy Cross (Mar. 25) ... Earned third letter.
2004-05: Played in all 45 of UND’s games ... Finished sixth on the team in
goals with (12)… Had 15 points on the season ... Tied for fourth on the
team in power play goals (5)… Scored two goals on four occasions this
season, doing it twice against Boston College, including two goals against
BC in the NCAA East Region final ... Earned second letter.
2003-04: Played in all 41 of UND’s games... Ranked third among UND
rookies with 10 goals ... Tied for third on the team with three power play
goals and tied for sixth with two game-winning goals ... Tied for eighth in
the WCHA in rookie scoring with 16 points in 28 league games ... Had a
goal and an assist in 4-3 overtime win over Michigan Tech (March 13) in
the WCHA playoffs ... Enjoyed a four-point weekend to close the regular
season against Michigan Tech (March 5-6) and was named WCHA Rookie
of the Week for the second time this season ... Also tabbed league’s top
rookie on Dec. 29 after picking up three points in the Subway Holiday
Classic ... Had eight multi-point games on the season … Received team’s
“Tom Hoghaug Award” that is given to a freshman who shows initiative,
character and responsibility ... Earned first letter.
Before UND: Drafted by Chicago in the ninth round (282nd overall) of the
2003 NHL Entry Draft ... Spent the 2002-03 season with the Clark Cup
Champion Lincoln Stars of the USHL ... Scored 13 goals and 22 assists for
35 points in 59 games ... Added 74 PIM ... Had four goals and three assists
in 10 playoff games ... Lettered four times at Shattuck-St. Mary’s.
Personal: A 2002 graduate of Shattuck-St. Mary’s ... Communications
major, coaching minor ... Son of Gord and Debbie Porter.
Game: 10/4/03 vs. Minnesota Duluth
Goal: 11/1/03 vs. Yale
Assist: 10/31/03 vs. Yale
Career Scoring
vs. WCHA Opponents
Career Scoring
vs. Non-Conf. Opponents
Alaska Anchorage
Colorado College
Denver
Michigan Tech
Minnesota
Minnesota State
St. Cloud State
Minnesota Duluth
Wisconsin
Bemidji State
Quinnipiac
Maine
Dartmouth
Boston University
St. Lawrence
9 gp
8 gp
13 gp
12 gp
13 gp
11 gp
13 gp
13 gp
10 gp
0-3-3
1-0-1
3-3-6
4-6-10
1-1-2
4-2-6
2-1-3
0-4-4
3-3-6
4 gp 2-0-2
—
2 gp 0-0-0
—
—
—
Most Frequent Linemates
2003-04: Lundbohm 26 games, Genoway 15 games, Bochenski 14 games
2004-05: Genoway 22 games, McMahon 18 games, Spirko 16 games
2005-06: Toews 23 games, Oshie 19 games, Stafford 11 games
26
Thirteen-time WCHA Champions: 1958, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004
player profiles
Kyle Radke
defenseman
26
Class: Junior
Born: May 13, 1985
Hometown: Bashaw, Alberta
High School: Bashaw (03)
Previous Team: Grande Prairie (AJHL)
Height: 6-0
Weight: 205
Shoots: Left
NHL Rights: Undrafted
2004-05: Played in 25 games as freshman ... Suited up for both games of
NCAA Frozen Four, but did not play ... Suited up for both games at NCAA
East Regional, seeing action in region final game against Boston College
... Collected two assists Dec. 18 against Canisius for his first two points as
a Fighting Sioux… Scored his first goal as a Fighting Sioux against on Jan.
29 against Bemidji State; goal was eventual game winner ... Earned first
letter.
Before UND: Spent the 2001-02, 2002-03, 2003-04 seasons with the
Grande Prairie Storm of the AJHL ... Named team’s Rookie of the Year in
2001-02 and team’s Top Defenseman in 2002-03 and 2003-04 ... Named
league’s Top Defenseman in 2003-04.
RADKE FILE
Radke’s Career Statistics
OVERALL
YEAR
GP
04-05
25
05-06
44
Totals
69
G
1
3
4
A
2
12
14
PTS
PEN
3
8/16
15
39/100
18 47/116
PP
0
2
2
SH
0
0
0
GW
1
0
1
WCHA
Year
04-05
05-06
Totals
G
0
2
2
A
0
8
8
PTS
0
10
10
PP
0
2
2
SH
0
0
0
GW
0
0
0
GP
17
26
43
2005-06: Appeared in a career-high 44 games ... Had three goals and 12
assists for 15 points, all career highs ... Ranked third on the team with a
career-high 100 PIM ... Finished with a +14 plus/minus rating to rank ninth
on the team ... Picked up an assist in the NCAA West Region semifinal vs.
Michigan (March 24) ... Has notched an even or plus plus/minus rating in
16 of his last 18 games ... Did not score a goal in his last 35 games after
notching three in the first nine games of the season ... Earned second letter.
PEN
4/8
25/72
29/80
Personal: A 2003 graduate of Bashaw High School ... Sociology major ...
Son of Garry and Vicky Radke.
Career Game Highs
Goals: 1, 1/29/05 vs. Bemidji State
Assists: 2, 12/18/04 vs. Canisius
Points: 2, twice. Most recent 11/04/05 vs. Wisconsin
Longest Point Streak: 2 games, twice. Most recent 12/02/05 at
Michigan Tech to 12/03/05 at Michigan Tech
Career Firsts
Game: 10/16/04 at Minnesota State
Goal: 1/29/05 vs. Bemidji State
Assist: 12/18/04 vs. Canisius
Career Scoring
vs. WCHA Opponents
Alaska Anchorage
Colorado College
Denver
Michigan Tech
Minnesota
Minnesota State
St. Cloud State
Minnesota Duluth
Wisconsin
2 gp
6 gp
6 gp
5 gp
7 gp
7 gp
8 gp
4 gp
4 gp
Career Scoring
vs. Non-Conf. Opponents
0-0-0
0-0-0
1-0-1
0-2-2
0-1-1
0-1-1
0-0-0
0-2-2
1-3-4
Bemidji State
Quinnipiac
Maine
Dartmouth
Boston University
St. Lawrence
4 gp 1-1-2
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Most Frequent Linemates
2004-05: Schneider 13 games, Smaby 9 games
2005-06: Finley 42 games, Marvin 2 games
Seven-time NCAA Champions: 1959, 1963, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 2000
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player profiles
Jonathan Toews
9
forward
Class: Sophomore
Born: April 29, 1988
Hometown: Winnipeg, Man.
High School: Shattuck-St. Mary’s (05)
Previous Team: Shattuck-St. Mary’s
Height: 6-2
Weight: 202
Shoots: Left
NHL Rights: Chicago Blackhawks
TOEWS FILE
Toews’ Career Statistics
OVERALL
YEAR
GP
05-06
42
Totals
42
G
22
22
A
17
17
PTS
39
39
PEN
11/22
11/22
PP
9
9
SH
0
0
GW
2
2
WCHA
Year
05-06
Totals
G
14
14
A
8
8
PTS
22
22
PEN
8/16
8/16
PP
7
7
SH
0
0
GW
0
0
GP
28
28
Career Game Highs
Goals: 2, twice. Most recent 2/24/06 at Denver
Assists: 2, 4 times. Most recent 3/25/06 vs. Holy Cross
Points: 3, 5 times. Most recent 3/25/06 vs. Holy Cross
Longest Point Streak: 5 games (6-4=10), twice. Most recent
3/17/06 vs. Wisconson to current.
Drafted in the first round (3rd overall) by the Chicago Blackhawks in the
2006 NHL Entry Draft, held June 24, 2006 in Vancouver, British Columbia
... Toews is the highest-ever NHL draft choice from UND ... The previous
highest Fighting Sioux draft choice was Jason Herter, who was drafted
eighth overall by the Vancouver Canucks in 1989.
2005-06: Named NCAA West Region Most Outstanding Player ... Tied for
national lead in NCAA postseason points per game (2.00) ... One of four
players nationally to have six points in NCAA tournament play ...
Appeared in 42 games with 22 goals and 17 assists for 38 points ...
Finished eighth in the national rookie scoring race with 0.93 points per
game ... Finished fourth on the team in scoring ... Third on the team in
goals and second with nine power-play goals ... Scored power play goal in
Frozen Four semifinal loss to Boston College ... Had a goal and two assists
in the NCAA West Region final vs. Holy Cross (March 25) ... Had a goal
and an assist in the NCAA West Region semifinal vs. Michigan (March 24)
... Had one goal and three assists in two games at the WCHA Final Five ...
Had nine points (4g, 5a) in his last four games ... Had 21 points (11g, 10a)
in his last 13 games ... Had eight multi-point games, including four threepoint outings, all of which came in the last 13 games ... Third on the team
with a +20 plus/minus rating ... Was a +17 over his last 13 games ... Won
55.7% of his faceoffs to rank second on the team ... Led all WCHA rookies in goals during conference play with 14 ... Scored a goal in his collegiate debut vs. Miami (Oct. 8) ... Had his first three-point outing two
games later vs. Northeastern (Oct. 14) ... Wold a gold medal with Canada
at the 2006 World Junior Hockey Championship in Vancouver ... Earned
second letter.
Before UND: Spent the 2003-04 and 2004-05 seasons playing for
Shattuck-St. Mary’s in Faribault, Minn. … In 2004-05, he had 110 points
(48 goals, 62 assists) and 38 PIM in 64 games, helping his team win the
national midget championship … Captain for Canada’s Team Western that
won gold medal at 2005 World Under-17 championships in Lethbridge,
Alberta … Was tournament’s leading scorer with 12 points (8 goals, 4
assists) in six games, and was named tournament MVP.
Personal: A 2005 graduate of Shattuck-St. Mary’s … Undecided on a college major … Son of Bryan Toews and Andree Gilbert.
Career Firsts
Game: 10/08/05 vs. Miami
Goal: 10/08/05 vs. Miami
Assist: 10/14/05 vs. Northeastern
Career Scoring
vs. WCHA Opponents
Alaska Anchorage
Colorado College
Denver
Michigan Tech
Minnesota
Minnesota State
St. Cloud State
Minnesota Duluth
Wisconsin
2 gp
2 gp
4 gp
4 gp
4 gp
5 gp
5 gp
4 gp
3 gp
Career Scoring
vs. Non-Conf. Opponents
0-1-1
1-0-1
4-0-4
2-3-5
1-1-2
2-2-4
3-2-5
3-1-4
0-1-1
Bemidji State
Quinnipiac
Maine
Dartmouth
Boston University
St. Lawrence
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Most Frequent Linemates
2005-06: Porter 23 games, Stafford 19 games, Duncan 16 games
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Thirteen-time WCHA Champions: 1958, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004
player profiles
2005-06: Did not appear in any games ... Earned first letter.
Aaron Walski
goalie
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Class: Sophomore
Born: April 16, 1984
Hometown: Fargo, N.D.
High School: Fargo North (02)
Previous Team: Bismarck (NAHL)
Height: 5-11
Weight: 174
Shoots: Left
NHL Rights: Undrafted
Before UND: Spent the 2004-05 season with the NAHL’s Bismarck
Bobcats … Had a 2.87 goals against average and .916 save percentage in
34 regular season games … Two-year hockey letterwinner at Fargo North,
where he was all-conference and all-state as senior after posting 1.70 goals
against average and .937 save percentage in 26 games … As junior, he was
named to the All-State Tournament team and state tournament MVP.
Personal: A 2002 graduate of Fargo North High School … Transferred to
UND from Bismarck State College, where he was on the President’s Honor
Roll ... Business major ... Son of Greg and Karen Walski.
WALSKI FILE
Walski’s Career Statistics
OVERALL
Year
GP
05-06
0
Totals
0
MIN GA GAA SVS
000:00 0
0.00 000
000:00 0
0.00 000
SV% SO W-L-T
.000 0 0-0-0
.000 0 0-0-0
WCHA
Year
05-06
Totals
MIN GA GAA SVS
000:00 0
0.00 000
000:00 0
0.00 000
SV% SO W-L-T
.000
0
0-0-0
.000
0
0-0-0
GP
0
0
Career Game Highs
Goals Allowed (Fewest): n/a
Longest Unbeaten Streak: n/a
Career Firsts
Game: n/a
Win: n/a
Shutout: n/a
Seven-time NCAA Champions: 1959, 1963, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 2000
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player profiles
Matt Watkins
20
forward
Class: Sophomore
Born: Nov. 12, 1986
Hometown: Aylesbury, Sask.
High School: Craik (04)
Previous Team: Vernon (BCHL)
Height: 5-10
Weight: 183
Shoots: Left
NHL Rights: Dallas Stars
2005-06: Played in all 46 games as a freshman ... Had five goals and four
assists ... Picked up an assist in Frozen Four semifinal loss to Boston
College ... Scored a goal in the NCAA West Region final vs. Holy Cross
(March 25) ... Picked up an assist vs. Wisconsin at the WCHA Final Five
(March 17) ... Had six points in his last 13 games after collecting just three
in the first 33 games ... His first career goal was the game-winner at St.
Cloud State (Nov. 19) ... Earned first letter.
Before UND: Drafted in the fifth round (160th overall) by the Dallas Stars
in the 2005 NHL Entry Draft … Spent the 2004-05 season with Vernon in
the BCHL, finishing regular season with 74 points (36 goals, 38 assists) in
60 games, also had 53 PIM … Was second on team and 10th in league in
scoring … In 2003-04, was the leading scorer for his Tisdale midget team
in Saskatchewan, with 71 points (34 goals, 37 assists) in 44 games, had 52
PIM … Also competed for three years in track in high school in the long
jump, triple jump and sprints.
Personal: A 2004 graduate of Craik (Sask.) High School … Undecided on
a college major … Son of Cliff and Nora Watkins.
WATKINS FILE
Watkins’ Career Statistics
OVERALL
YEAR
GP
05-06
46
Totals
46
G
5
5
A
4
4
PTS
9
9
PEN
13/45
13/45
PP
0
0
SH
0
0
GW
1
1
WCHA
Year
05-06
Totals
G
3
3
A
2
2
PTS
5
5
PEN
10/31
10/31
PP
0
0
SH
0
0
GW
1
1
GP
28
28
Career Game Highs
Goals: 1, 5 times. Most recent 3/25/06 vs. Holy Cross
Assists: 1, 4 times. Most recent 4/6/06 vs. Boston College
Points: 4, 3 times. Most recent 12/03/05 at Michigan Tech
Longest Point Streak: 2 games, 2/18/06 vs. Minnesota Duluth
to 2/24/06 at Denver
Career Firsts
Game: 10/08/05 vs. Miami
Goal: 11/19/05 at St. Cloud State
Assist: 1/21/06 vs. Minnesota State
Career Scoring
vs. WCHA Opponents
Alaska Anchorage
Colorado College
Denver
Michigan Tech
Minnesota
Minnesota State
St. Cloud State
Minnesota Duluth
Wisconsin
2 gp
2 gp
4 gp
4 gp
4 gp
5 gp
5 gp
4 gp
3 gp
Career Scoring
vs. Non-Conf. Opponents
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
1-0-1
0-0-0
1-1-2
1-0-1
1-0-1
0-1-1
Bemidji State
Quinnipiac
Maine
Dartmouth
Boston University
St. Lawrence
2 gp 0-0-0
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Most Frequent Linemates
2005-06: Kozek 28 games, Kaip 16 games, Prpich 11 games
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Thirteen-time WCHA Champions: 1958, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004
player profiles
Hunter Bishop
Michael Forney
forward
19
forward
Class: Freshman
Born: Sept. 5, 1987
Hometown: Fairbanks, Alaska
High School: WLSeaton (06)
Previous Team: Vernon (BCHL)
Height: 6-1
Weight: 190
Shoots: Left
NHL Rights: Undrafted
Before UND: Spent the 2005-06 season with the Vernon Vipers of the
BCHL, scoring 26 goals and recording 33 assists in 66 games ... Spent
the 2004-05 season with the USHL champion Cedar Rapids
RoughRiders ... Had two goals and 10 assists in 50 games with Cedar
Rapids.
Personal: A 2006 graduate of W.L. Seaton High School … Plans to
major in international business and minor in Spanish … Son of Rita and
Bill Bishop.
Chay Genoway
defenseman
5
Class: Freshman
Born: Dec. 20, 1986
Hometown: Swan River, Manitoba
High School: Shattuck-St. Mary’s (05)
Previous Team: Vernon (BCHL)
Height: 5-9
Weight: 171
Shoots: Left
NHL Rights: Undrafted
Before UND: Drafted in the third round (80th overall) by the Atlanta
Thrashers in the 2006 NHL Entry Draft ... Played for four seasons at
Thief River Falls (Minn.) High School and led his team to Minnesota
High School State Tournament appearances as senior ... 2006 first team
all-state selection, all-section and all-conference selection twice ... In
101 career high school games scored 75 goals and had 102 assists ...
Member of 2005 USA Hockey Under-18 team ... Scored four goals in
three games at Under-18 World Cup in Slovakia ... Also played for
Team USA at 2005 Five Nations Tournament in Russia and 2006 Under18 World Championships in Halmstad, Sweden ... Also lettered three
years in tennis and two years in football ... Earned all-conference honors in football and took fourth and fifth in state doubles tournaments in
tennis.
Personal: A 2006 graduate of Lincoln High School, where he was a
member of the National Honor Society … Undecided on a college
major … Son of Jay and Mary Forney.
Anthony Grieco
goalie
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Class: Freshman
Born: Nov. 27, 1988
Hometown: Brampton, Ontario
High School: Notre Dame Secondary (06)
Previous Team: Wellington (OPJHL)
Height: 6-1
Weight: 187
Catches: Left
NHL Rights: Draft-eligible in 2007
Before UND: Spent the 2005-06 season playing for the Vernon Vipers
of the BCHL … Scored 17 goals and had 40 assists for 57 points in 66
games for Vernon ... In his senior year of high school, he had 21 goals
and 47 assists for 68 points in 68 games for Shattuck-St. Mary’s ...
Member of 2004-05 Shattuck-St. Mary’s national midget championship
team.
Personal: A 2005 graduate of Shattuck-St. Mary’s … Undecided on a
college major … Son of Bob Genoway and Kathy Fisher … Brother,
Colby, played forward and lettered for three seasons for the Fighting
Sioux from 2002 to 1975.
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Class: Freshman
Born: May 14, 1988
Hometown: Thief River Falls, Minn.
High School: Thief River Falls (06)
Previous Team: Lincoln HS
Height: 6-2
Weight: 193
Shoots: Right
NHL Rights: Atlanta Thrashers
Before UND: Grieco spent the 2005-06 season with the Wellington
Dukes of the Ontario Provincial Junior "A" League ... Went 17-4-3 with
a 2.28 goals against average and a .906 save percentage ... Ranked seventh in the league in goals against average and helped lead his team to
a third-place finish in the OPJHL’s 10-team East Division.
Personal: A 2006 graduate of Notre Dame Secondary School in
Brampton, Ontario … Undecided on a college major … Son of Charlie
and Darlene Grieco.
Seven-time NCAA Champions: 1959, 1963, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 2000
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player profiles
Chris VandeVelde
forward
Shea Hamilton
29
forward
Class: Freshman
Born: March 15, 1987
Hometown: Moorhead, Minn.
High School: Moorhead (05)
Previous Team: Lincoln (USHL)
Height: 6-2
Weight: 211
Shoots: Left
NHL Rights: Edmonton Oilers
Before UND: Drafted in the fourth round (97th overall) by the
Edmonton Oilers in the 2005 NHL Entry Draft ... Spent the 2005-06
season playing for the Lincoln Stars of the USHL … Scored 16 goals
and had 20 assists in 56 games ... Three-year hockey letterwinner in
high school and helped the Spuds to three consecutive Minnesota High
School state tournament appearances ... Team MVP as senior and allstate and all-tournament selection ... Had 77 points in his senior season
... High school teammate of UND sophomore defenseman Brian Lee ...
Also lettered two years in football and baseball.
Personal: A 2005 graduate of Moorhead (Minn.) High School …
Undecided on a college major … Son of Mark and Janine VandeVelde
… Grandfather played baseball for the Cincinnati Reds.
Class: Junior
Born: Aug. 28, 1985
Hometown: Altona, Manitoba
High School: W.C. Miller Collegiate (03)
Previous Team: Alaska Anchorage
(WCHA)
Height: 5-10
Weight: 187
Shoots: Left
NHL Rights: Undrafted
Transferred to UND after playing two seasons for Alaska Anchorage ...
Will practice with the Sioux in 2006-07, but not play in any games.
2005-06 at UAA: Scored three goals and added four assists in 24 games
... Scored two power play goals.
2004-05 at UAA: Scored seven goals and added four assists in 19
games ... Team’s fourth-leading goal scorer ... Four power play goals led
team ... Named Nye Frontier Classic most outstanding player after scoring two power play goals in championship game against Minnesota on
Oct. 16 ... Scored school’s first-ever made penalty shot on Feb. 4, 2005,
against St. Cloud State ... WCHA Rookie of the Week on Oct. 8, 2004.
Before UND: Played for the Olds Grizzlys of the Alberta Junior
Hockey League in 2003-04, when he scored 21 goals while recording
16 assists for 37 points ... Helped lead Olds to a 41-13-5 record ... A
2004 AJHL South Division All-Star selection ... Earned team’s Heart
and Hustle Award ...
Darcy Zajac
forward
11
Class: Freshman
Born: Sept. 23, 1986
Hometown: Winnipeg, Manitoba
High School: West Kildonan
Collegiate (04)
Previous Team: Salmon Arm (BCHL)
Height: 6-0
Weight: 201
Shoots: Right
NHL Rights: Undrafted
Before UND: Spent the 2005-06 season playing for the Salmon Arm
Silverbacks of the BCHL … Finished seventh in league scoring with 80
points in 57 games ... Was second on Salmon Arm in assists (43) and
third in goals (37), while tying for the team lead in power-play goals
(18) and shorthanded goals (2) ... Added another five goals and six
assists for 11 points in 10 playoff games.
Personal: A 2003 graduate of W.C. Miller Collegiate … Business marketing major … Son of Darwin and Deborah Hamilton.
HAMILTON FILE
Hamilton’s Career Statistics at Alaska Anchorage
OVERALL
YEAR
GP
04-05
19
05-06
24
Totals
43
G A
7
4
3 4
10 8
PTS
11
7
18
PEN
13/48
18/50
31/98
PP
4
2
6
SH
0
0
0
GW
2
0
2
WCHA
Year
04-05
05-06
Totals
G
3
3
6
PTS
7
5
12
PEN
6/23
13/29
19/52
PP
1
2
3
SH
0
0
0
GW
0
0
0
GP
11
16
27
A
4
2
6
Personal: A 2004 graduate of West Kildonan Collegiate … Undecided
on a college major … Son of Tom and Trish Zajac … Brother Travis
played forward and lettered for two seasons for the Fighting Sioux from
2004-06 ... Father played hockey at the University of Denver.
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Thirteen-time WCHA Champions: 1958, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004
Coaching
Staff
head coach dave hakstol
Dave Hakstol
Head Coach
3rd season at UND
Two-year coaching
accomplishments at a glance:
- 2006 WCHA playoff champs
- Two NCAA Frozen Fours
- Leads WCHA coaches in
postseason wins the past two
seasons
Two seasons as head coach – two berths in the NCAA Frozen
Four. That’s what Dave Hakstol has accomplished since taking
over as head coach of the University of North Dakota men’s hockey team in July 2004.
Just four other head coaches in college hockey history have
achieved that feat, with Hakstol becoming the fifth. One of the
remarkable aspects of this achievement is that Hakstol and the
UND coaching staff showed the ability to lead two entirely different teams to berths in the Frozen Four.
In Hakstol’s first season (2004-05) as head coach, the Sioux had
a veteran team with nine seniors. In Hakstol’s second season
(2005-06) as head coach, UND had 13 freshmen on its roster and
just two seniors.
Despite the turnover in personnel, UND won four more games
in Hakstol’s second season and also won the WCHA playoff
championship. In
two
seasons,
Hakstol has compiled a record of 5530-6 (.637) overall.
A
key
in
Hakstol’s success
has been surrounding himself with an
outstanding coaching staff. His first
two seasons, he was
joined by associate
head coach Brad
Berry and assistant
coach Cary Eades.
Eades has won
championships on
every level at which
he has played or
coached. Berry’s
outstanding work at
UND resulted in
him accepting an
assistant
coach
Dave Hakstol was named head coach of the Fighting
position in the
Sioux at a press conference on July 9, 2004.
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Dave Hakstol’s family includes his wife, Erinn, and daughter, Avery.
NHL’s Vancouver Canucks organization this past summer.
To fill the vacancy created by Berry’s departure, Eades was promoted to associate head coach, and Hakstol hired former Sioux
and NHL player Dane Jackson as an assistant coach. Jackson
brings 11 years of experience as a professional hockey player
along with an outstanding coaching resume to the UND staff.
Impressive postseason record
The trademark of the Fighting Sioux during Hakstol’s first two
seasons has been UND’s ability to play its best hockey at the most
crucial time of the year – in the playoffs.
During his first two years, Hakstol has led the Sioux to an overall postseason record of 13-4 (.765) that includes an 8-2 WCHA
playoff record and 5-2 NCAA playoff mark.
UND’s eight WCHA playoff wins the last two seasons are three
more than any other WCHA team, and UND’s five NCAA playoff
wins the last two seasons are more than any other team in the
nation.
In 2005, UND went 4-1 in the WCHA playoffs, with its only
loss to eventual national champion Denver. After that loss (in the
WCHA semifinals), the Sioux came back to beat Minnesota, 4-2,
in the WCHA Final Five third-place game.
From there, UND traveled to Worcester, Mass., where the Sioux
downed Boston University (4-0) and Boston College (6-3) in convincing fashion to advance to the Frozen Four. North Dakota beat
Minnesota, 4-2, in the national semifinals before falling to
Denver, 4-1, in the national title game.
In 2006, UND once again showed that it was prepared for success in the postseason. After winning five of their last six regular
season games, the Sioux again went 4-1 in the WCHA playoffs,
this time winning the Broadmoor Trophy as WCHA playoff champion.
Thirteen-time WCHA Champions: 1958, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004
head coach dave hakstol
Postseason wins the
past two seasons
Dave Hakstol’s UND Coaching Record
WCHA
Year
2004-05
2005-06
Totals
W
13
16
29
L
12
12
24
T
3
0
3
Overall
Pct.
.611
.571
.545
WCHA
Finish
5th
t-4th
WCHA
Playoffs
3rd
1st
W
25
29
54
L
15
16
31
T
5
1
6
Pct.
.611
.641
.626
NCAA
Tournament
NCAA runnerup
NCAA semifinals
Years at UND: 2
NCAA Appearances: 2
NCAA Frozen Four Appearances: 2
NCAA Championship Game Appearances: 1
WCHA Final Five Appearances: 2
WCHA Final Five Championship Appearances: 1
WCHA Final Five Championships: 1
The playoff title propelled UND into
the NCAA West Regional, where the
Sioux dominated in beating Michigan
(5-1) and Holy Cross (5-2). The region
title launched UND into the Frozen Four
for the second consecutive year under
Hakstol. The Sioux were narrowly
defeated (6-5) in the semifinals by
Boston College.
Two-time finalist for national
coaching award
After UND’s impressive postseason
runs in each of the last two seasons,
Hakstol has been honored as one of nine
national finalists for the American
Hockey Coaches Association’s Spencer
Penrose Award, given annually to the
NCAA Division I Men’s Ice Hockey
Coach of the Year. In 2005, he was one
of three coaches named as runner-up for
the prestigious award.
A prestigious coaching position
Hakstol was named the University of
North Dakota’s head men’s hockey
coach on July 9, 2004, becoming just the
15th head men’s hockey coach in school
history and only the fourth Fighting
Sioux head coach in the past 36 years.
The 37-year old Hakstol, a Sioux player
from 1989-92, is also just the fifth former UND player to also become head
coach at North Dakota.
(continued on next page)
Since Dave Hakstol was named UND’s
head coach, the Fighting Sioux lead all
WCHA teams in conference playoff
wins, NCAA playoff wins and overall
playoff wins over the past two seasons.
UND also leads all Division I men’s
hockey schools in NCAA wins over the
past two seasons.
WCHA playoff record the past two
seasons (2004-05 & 2005-06)
Most Wins
8-2
5-2
5-3
4-3
4-4
4-4
2-4
1-4
1-4
0-4
Team
North Dakota
Denver
Wisconsin
Colorado College
Minnesota
St. Cloud State
Minnesota Duluth
Alaska Anchorage
Minnesota State
Michigan Tech
Overall WCHA & NCAA playoff
record the past two seasons (2004-05
& 2005-06) among WCHA teams
Most Wins
13-4
9-2
9-4
6-5
6-6
4-4
2-4
1-4
1-4
0-4
Team
North Dakota
Denver
Wisconsin
Colorado College
Minnesota
St. Cloud State
Minnesota Duluth
Alaska Anchorage
Minnesota State
Michigan Tech
NCAA playoff record the past two
seasons (2004-05 & 2005-06) among
all NCAA Division I men’s hockey
teams
Most Wins*
5-2
4-0
4-1
4-2
2-2
2-2
2-2
2-2
1-2
1-2
1-2
1-1
1-1
Team
North Dakota (2 Frozen Fours)
Denver (1 Frozen Four)
Wisconsin (1 Frozen Four)
Boston College (1 Frozen Four)
Colorado College (1 Frozen Four)
Minnesota (1 Frozen Four)
Maine (1 Frozen Four)
Cornell
Boston University
Michigan
New Hampshire
Holy Cross
Michigan State
* All teams with at least one NCAA win the
past two seasons are listed.
Seven-time NCAA Champions: 1959, 1963, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 2000
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head coach dave hakstol
The Dave Hakstol File
PERSONAL:
Born:
Hometown:
Education:
Family:
Dave Hakstol meets the media at the 2005 NCAA Frozen Four.
July 30, 1968
Warburg, Alberta
Bachelor of business administration degree in
Financial Management, UND, 1996
Wife, Erinn, and daughter, Avery
COACHING CAREER:
July 9, 2004
Head Coach, Univ. of North Dakota
July 1, 2004
Interim Head Coach, Univ. of North Dakota
December 2000
Associate Head Coach, Univ. of North Dakota
July 1, 2000
Assistant Coach, Univ. of North Dakota
1996-2000
General Manager & Head Coach, Sioux City, USHL
1998
Head Coach, USA/USHL Team, IIHF Four Nations Cup
1998
Head Coach, Central District Team (USA),
National Select 16 Festival
Taking over a tradition-rich program that is synonymous
with the word “excellence” was no small task, but
Hakstol’s background prepared him for the challenge. Prior
to taking over as UND’s head coach, the former Sioux capCOACHING AWARDS:
tain was a member of Dean Blais’s coaching staff for four
1997-98 USHL Coach of the Year
seasons and in that stint helped coach the Sioux to a 10147-19 (.662) overall record and 63-33-16 (.634) WCHA
PLAYING CAREER:
1994-96
Minnesota Moose (IHL)
record.
1992-94
Indianapolis Ice (IHL)
During Hakstol’s four years under Blais, UND won two
1989-92
University of North Dakota
WCHA titles, made three NCAA appearances and finished
as the 2001 national runnerup.
CAREER STATISTICS:
Named a UND assistant coach on July 1, 2000, Hakstol
IHL:
250 games played, 12 goals, 37 assists,
was elevated to associate head coach in December 2000,
49 points, 455 PIM
and he served as the team’s recruiting coordinator in his
UND:
107 games played, 10 goals, 36 assists,
four seasons working under Blais.
46 points, 191 PIM
In that capacity, Hakstol played a vital role in helping
attract top-caliber student-athletes to UND. Eleven UND
IIHF Four Nationals Cup in Oslo, Norway, and he was the head
players or recruits were drafted by National Hockey League teams
coach of the Central District team (USA Hockey) at the National
while Hakstol and current associate head coach Brad Berry were
Select 16 Festival in Ann Arbor, Mich., in 1998.
Sioux assistants, and this past July (2005), Hakstol, Berry and
assistant coach Cary Eades saw an amazing total of seven players
who signed national letters of intent to attend UND drafted in the Professional, collegiate playing experience
Before beginning his coaching career, Hakstol played profesNHL Entry Draft.
sional hockey with the IHL’s Minnesota Moose from 1994-96,
Experienced junior hockey coach, 1998 USHL Coach of serving as team captain for two years, and with the IHL’s
Indianapolis Ice from 1992-1994,
the Year
serving as team captain for one
Prior to joining the UND staff
season. In five professional seaon July 1, 2000, Hakstol spent
sons, Hakstol played in 250
four seasons (1996-2000) as the
games, scoring 12 goals and
general manager and head coach
recording 37 assists. He also accuof the Sioux City Musketeers of
mulated 455 penalty minutes.
the United States Hockey League,
As a defenseman on the Sioux
posting winning seasons in his
hockey team from 1989-92,
last three seasons. Overall,
Hakstol was a three-year letterHakstol had a 101-109-13 record
winner and served as team captain
with the Musketeers. He was
from 1990 to 1992. He played in
named the USHL Coach of the
107 games for UND, scoring 10
Year in 1997-98, when he led
goals and adding 36 assists for 46
Sioux City to a 32-21-3 record.
points. He had 77 penalties for
While coaching at Sioux City,
191 minutes.
Hakstol also coached the 1998
Dave Hakstol is in his third season as UND’s head coach.
USA/USHL hockey team at the
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Thirteen-time WCHA Champions: 1958, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004
head coach dave hakstol
Dave Hakstol vs. Opponents
Alaska Anchorage
Overall
Home
Away
3-3-0
1-1-0
2-2-0
Bemidji State
Overall
Home
Away
3-0-1
2-0-1
1-0-0
Overall
Away
Neutral
1-2-0
0-1-0
1-1-0
Boston University
Overall
Neutral
1-0-0
1-0-0
Canisius
Overall
Home
Colorado College
Boston College
Overall
Home
1-1-0
1-1-0
Minnesota Duluth
Overall
Home
7-1-0
4-0-0
Holy Cross
Overall
Home
1-0-0
1-0-0
Minnesota State
Overall
Home
Away
6-2-1
5-2-0
1-0-1
Maine
Overall
Away
2-0-0
2-0-0
New Hampshire
Overall
Away
1-0-1
1-0-1
Overall
Neutral
1-0-0
1-0-0
Northeastern
Michigan
Overall
Home
1-0-0
1-0-0
Overall
Home
Away
2-0-1
2-0-0
0-0-1
St. Cloud State
2-0-0
2-0-0
Michigan State
Overall
Neutral
0-1-0
0-1-0
Overall
Home
Away
Neutral
5-3-1
2-2-0
2-1-1
1-0-0
Overall
Home
Away
2-4-0
1-1-0
1-3-0
Michigan Tech
Overall
Home
Away
6-0-0
2-0-0
4-0-0
Wisconsin
Overall
Home
Away
Neutral
2-6-0
1-3-0
1-1-0
0-2-0
Minnesota
Overall
Home
Away
Neutral
4-4-0
1-3-0
1-1-0
2-0-0
Overall
Home
Away
Neutral
3-4-1
1-2-1
0-2-0
2-0-0
Miami-Ohio
Photo credit: Larry Grace
Denver
Harvard
A three-year letterwinner at UND, Hakstol
was team captain from 1990-92.
Hakstol played in 250 games in the International Hockey
League and served as team captain of the Minnesota Moose for
two years.
Seven-time NCAA Champions: 1959, 1963, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 2000
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Associate head coach cary eades
Cary Eades is in his third season on the
Fighting Sioux coaching staff. Eades was
promoted to associate head coach after serving as an assistant the past two seasons.
In addition to his UND coaching duties,
Eades is heavily involved with USA Hockey.
He has worked numerous national festivals
and in August 2006, he was named head
coach for USA Hockey’s Under-17 team that
participated in the Three Nation’s
Tournament in Rochester, N.Y.
Involved in all aspects of the Sioux program, Eades’ responsibilities with UND include coaching the power play, an area in
which he has a great deal of expertise as both a coach and player
(see box below).
Prior to joining the UND staff in 2004, Eades spent the previous 11 seasons (from 1994 to 2004) as head coach of the boys hockey team at Warroad (Minn.) High School. A former UND player,
Eades led Warroad to three Minnesota state class “A” championships and posted a 237-62-6 (.787) overall record.
This is Eades’ second stint on the UND coaching staff. Eades,
46, previously was an assistant coach for the 1987 NCAA and
WCHA champion Sioux while serving as a member of former UND
head coach Gino Gasparini’s staff for seven seasons (1984-91).
Prior to that, Eades played hockey at North Dakota for four
seasons (1978-82), playing
on two UND national chamUND Power Play
pionship teams (1980 and
Records
1982) and three WCHA
championship teams (1979,
Cary Eades ranks among UND’s
1980, 1982). He was UND’s
leaders in several all-time school
team captain his senior seapower play record categories.
son (1981-82).
Eades played in 144
Career Power Play Goals
games
for the Sioux, scoring
1. Mark Taylor (1976-80) . . . . . 43
85 goals and 79 assists for
2. Dixon Ward (1988-92) . . . . . . 40
164 points. His 85 career
3. Cary Eades (1978-82) . . . . . .36
4. Russ Romaniuk (1988-91) . . . 33
goals rank ninth on the all5. Bob Joyce (1984-87) . . . . . . . 32
time Sioux list. UND compiled a 117-47-3 record durSingle-Season PPG (since 1975-76)
ing Eades four years of col1. Doug Smail (1979-80) . . . . . . 17
lege. After his college play2. Russ Romaniuk (1990-91) . . . 16
ing career, Eades played proBob Joyce (1985-86) . . . . . . . 16
fessional hockey for two
4. Dixon Ward (1991-92) . . . . . . 15
seasons in the St. Louis
Bob Joyce (1986-87) . . . . . . . 15
Blues organization.
Jim Archibald (1984-85) . . . . 15
7. Steve Johnson (1987-88) . . . . 14
At Warroad, Eades led
Cary Eades (1981-82) . . . . . 14
his team to seven Section 8
9. Six players tied . . . . . . . . . . . 13
championships and two state
runnerup finishes in addition
Power Play Goals by a Freshman
to the three state champi1. Troy Murray (1980-81) . . . . . .13
onships. He was the 1996
2. Mark Taylor (1976-77) . . . . . 12
Minnesota State High School
3. T.J. Oshie (2005-06) . . . . . . . .11
Coach of the Year and a
Ian Kallay (1995-96) . . . . . . . 11
Cary Eades (1978-79) . . . . . . 11
three-time Section 8 Coach
6. Travis Zajac (2004-05) . . . . . .10
of the Year.
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The Cary Eades File
Born: Oct. 29, 1959
Hometown: Burnaby, B.C.
Alma Mater: UND (1978-82); Bachelor of Science in health &
physical education (‘84); Master’s of Education (‘86)
COACHING CAREER:
2006-present
Associate Head Coach, Univ. of North Dakota
2005-06
Assistant Coach, University of North Dakota
1993-04
Head Coach, Warroad (Minn.) High School
1991-93
General Manager/Coach, Dubuque (USHL)
1984-91
Assistant Coach, University of North Dakota
PLAYING CAREER:
1982-84
Salt Lake City (CHL) & Montana (CHL)
1978-82
University of North Dakota
1976-78
Penticton (BCJHL)
CAREER TOTALS:
CHL: 94 GP, 24-35-59, 117 PIM
UND: 144 GP, 85-79-164, 228 PIM
Notable: Played on two UND NCAA championship teams, team captain of 1982 team; Played on one CHL championship team and two
BCJHL championship teams; Coached Warroad HS to three state
championships.
Cary Eades (center) is pictured with Phil Sykes (left) and UND head coach John
“Gino” Gasparini after the Sioux won the 1982 NCAA title.
Prior to taking over at Warroad, Eades spent two seasons as
general manager and coach of the Dubuque Fighting Saints of the
United States Hockey League. The Saints qualified for the national
junior tournament both seasons under Eades and were the 1993
national junior champions. At Dubuque, Eades posted an overall
win/loss record of 86-46-7 (.647).
Eades’ family includes his wife, Dana, and his children,
Alexandra (13), Edward (10) and Erica (8).
Thirteen-time WCHA Champions: 1958, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004
assistant coach dane jackson
Dane Jackson is in his first season as
an assistant coach on the UND men’s hockey coaching staff.
Jackson, 36, joins UND after serving
as head coach and player personnel director
for the Adirondack Frostbite of the United
Hockey League.
Adirondack went 25-12-3 under
Jackson and finished in the league’s top
five in both the penalty kill and power play.
Prior to coaching at Adirondack last season, Jackson spent
two seasons as an assistant coach and strength coach for the
American Hockey League’s Manchester Monarchs. The Monarchs
posted 102- and 109-point seasons during Jackson’s two seasons
there.
Jackson, a native of Castlegar, British Columbia, played for
the Fighting Sioux from 1988-92.
During Jackson’s UND playing career, he scored 103 points
(59 goals, 44 assists) in 150 career games and served as an alternate captain as a senior. After finishing his UND career, Jackson
went on to an 11-year professional playing career in the AHL, that
included stints in the NHL during four seasons. Jackson played in
the NHL for the Vancouver Canucks, Buffalo Sabres and New
York Islanders, recording 18 points (12 goals, six assists) in 45
career games.
Jackson was a captain five times during his professional playing career and won community service awards in two separate
cities (Syracuse, N.Y. and Hamilton, Ontario) and was honored
with the Rochester Americans’ Leadership and Dedication Award
in 2000-01.
The Dane Jackson File
Born: May 17, 1970
Hometown: Castlegar, British Columbia
Alma Mater: UND (1988-92); Bachelor of Science in business
administration (‘92)
COACHING CAREER:
2006-present
Assistant Coach, Univ. of North Dakota
Jan.-May 2006
Head Coach, Adirondack (UHL)
2003-05
Assistant Coach, Manchester (AHL)
NHL PLAYING CAREER:
1997-98
New York Islanders
1995-96
Buffalo Sabres
1993-95
Vancouver Canucks
AHL PLAYING CAREER:
2001-03
Manchester Monarchs
1999-01
Rochester Americans
1998-99
Lowell Lock Monsters
1995-98
Rochester Americans
1994-95
Syracuse Crunch
1992-94
Hamilton Canucks
CAREER TOTALS:
NHL: 45 GP, 12-6-18, 58 PIM
AHL: 716 GP, 211-238-449, 1040 PIM
UND: 150 GP, 59-44-103, 249 PIM
Notable: Selected in the third round (44th overall) by the Vancouver
Canucks in the 1988 NHL Entry Draft; Five-time team captain in
AHL; One-time AHL All-Star.
Jackson graduated from UND in 1992 with a bachelor’s degree in
business administration. He was a WCHA All-Academic selection
in 1989-90 and in 1988-89 was honored with UND’s Tom
Hoghaug Memorial Scholarship, which is given annually to a
freshman hockey player who has demonstrated initiative, character and a sense of responsibility.
Jackson’s family includes his wife, Carrie, and son, Dillon,
who is 1-1/2 years old.
Dane Jackson is in his first season on the UND coaching staff.
Seven-time NCAA Champions: 1959, 1963, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 2000
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hockey support staff
Athletic Trainer Mark Poolman
Mark Poolman, ATC, is in his 12th season as the athletic trainer for the Sioux hockey program. Poolman
is a 1992 graduate of UND with bachelor degrees in physical education and athletic training. Poolman completed his master’s degree in exercise physiology at UND in 1997.
A native of Warren, Minn., Poolman was a three-year letterwinner on the gridiron and served as UND team
captain during his senior season. He was also a first-team all-North Central Conference wide receiver for the
Fighting Sioux in 1988. He currently ranks eighth on the all-time list for regular season career pass receptions
(116), eighth in career pass receiving yards (1,600) and 10th in career touchdown receptions (13). Poolman
also ranks 10th in single-regular season receiving yards (676).
Poolman and his wife, LeAnne, have three sons, Tucker (13), Colton (11) and Mason (4).
Hockey Operations Manager Patrick Swanson
Patrick Swanson is in his second season as UND’s hockey operations manager. Swanson takes care of all
team travel and equipment needs. Swanson is a 2002 graduate of UND with a bachelor’s degree in business management. From 1998 to 2002 he was a student manager with the UND men’s hockey team.
After graduating from UND, Swanson was the head equipment manager for the Rockford IceHogs (United
Hockey League) in 2002-03 and with the Cincinnati Mighty Ducks (American Hockey League) in 2003-2004.
While with Cincinnati, Swanson worked the NHL rookie and pro training camp for the NHL’s Anaheim
Mighty Ducks.
Administrative Assistant Cheryl Gilbertson
Cheryl Gilbertson is in her sixth year as the administrative assistant in the Fighting Sioux men’s hockey
office. Her office is located in Ralph Engelstad Arena.
Gilbertson is a Grand Forks, N.D., native and a graduate of Grand Forks Central High School. She attended UND and is a graduate of a business college.
Gilbertson’s family includes her husband, Ron, and their two sons, Paul and Chad.
Dr. Greg Greek, Team Physician
Dr. Greg Greek is in his 15th year as the UND team physician for the men’s hockey team. Greek is also
in his 14th year as a faculty member for the UND Family Practice Center, where he has served as program
director for the past year.
A native of Mohall, N.D., Greek received a bachelor’s degree in medical technology from UND and also
a masters in microbiology and medical doctorate degree from UND. He did his residency in family practice at
UND and also has a certificate of equivalency in sports medicine.
Greek and his wife, Colette, reside in Grand Forks. They have four children, Mike (27), Katy (25),
Kristen (23) and Matt (18).
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Thirteen-time WCHA Champions: 1958, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004
2006-07 Opponents
2006-07 Opponents
Seven-time NCAA Champions: 1959, 1963, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 2000
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2006-07 WCHA composite schedule
September
Sat/30 Univ. of Calgary @ Denver (x)
U.S. Nat’l U-18 @ Alaska Anchorage (x)
October
Date
Game
Sun/1 Univ. of Manitoba @ North Dakota (x)
Univ. of Calgary @ Colorado College (x)
Thu/5 Lakehead @ Minnesota Duluth (x)
Fri/6
Ice Breaker Tournament @ Oxford, OH
– Colgate vs Vermont (nc)
– Denver vs Miami (nc)
Wisconsin @ Northern Michigan (nc)
@ Resch Center, Green Bay, WI
Maine vs Minnesota @ U.S. Hockey Hall
of Fame Game, Xcel Energy Center, St.
Paul (x)
Quinnipiac @ North Dakota (nc)
Colorado College @ Air Force (nc)
Lakehead @ Michigan Tech (x)
Univ. of Lethbridge @ St. Cloud State (x)
Sat/7
Ice Breaker Tournament @ Oxford, OH
– Denver vs Colgate/Vermont (nc)
– Colgate/Vermont vs Miami (nc)
Wisconsin @ Northern Michigan (nc)
@ Resch Center, Green Bay, WI
Quinnipiac @ North Dakota (nc)
Alabama-Huntsville @ Colorado College (nc)
Univ. of Lethbridge @ Minnesota State (x)
Western Ontario @ Alaska Anchorage (x)
@ Soldotna Sports Center, Soldotna, AK
Sun/8 Univ. of Lethbridge @ Minnesota (x)
Thu/12 Minnesota State @ Notre Dame (nc)
Fri/13 North Dakota @ Wisconsin
Denver @ St. Cloud State
Northern Michigan @ Michigan Tech (nc)
Wayne State @ Minnesota (nc)
UMass-Lowell @ Minnesota Duluth (nc)
Nye Frontier Classic @ Sullivan Arena,
Anchorage, AK
– Nebraska-Omaha vs Colorado College
– Merrimack vs Alaska Anchorage
Sat/14 North Dakota @ Wisconsin
Denver @ St. Cloud State
Michigan Tech @ Northern Michigan (nc)
Wayne State @ Minnesota (nc)
UMass-Lowell @ Minnesota Duluth (nc)
Notre Dame @ Minnesota State (nc)
Nye Frontier Classic @ Sullivan Arena,
Anchorage, AK
– Merrimack vs Colorado College
– Nebraska-Omaha vs Alaska Anchorage
Fri/20 Minnesota Duluth @ Wisconsin
St. Cloud State @ Minnesota State
Michigan Tech @ Vermont (nc)
Minnesota @ Ohio State (nc)
Maine @ North Dakota (nc)
Rensselaer @ Denver (nc)
New Hampshire @ Colorado College (nc)
Alaska Anchorage @ Alaska Fairbanks (nc)
Sat/21 Minnesota Duluth @ Wisconsin
Minnesota State @ St. Cloud State
Michigan Tech @ Vermont (nc)
Minnesota @ Ohio State (nc)
Maine @ North Dakota (nc)
Rensselaer @ Denver (nc)
New Hampshire @ Colorado College (nc)
Alaska Anchorage @ Alaska Fairbanks (nc)
Fri/27 Alaska Anchorage @ Michigan Tech
Colorado College @ Minnesota
Denver @ Minnesota Duluth
North Dakota @ Minnesota State
Boston College @ Wisconsin (nc)
Sat/28 Alaska Anchorage @ Michigan Tech
Colorado College @ Minnesota
Denver @ Minnesota Duluth
North Dakota @ Minnesota State
Boston College @ Wisconsin (nc)
November
Date
Game
Fri/3
Minnesota @ Minnesota Duluth
St. Cloud State @ North Dakota
Michigan Tech @ Colorado College
Wisconsin @ Alaska Anchorage
Bemidji State @ Minnesota State (nc)
Sat/4
Minnesota @ Minnesota Duluth
St. Cloud State @ North Dakota
Michigan Tech @ Colorado College
Wisconsin @ Alaska Anchorage
Bemidji State @ Minnesota State (nc)
Fri/10 Minnesota Duluth @ Michigan Tech
Denver @ Wisconsin
St. Cloud State @ Minnesota
Alaska Anchorage @ Minnesota State
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Sat/11
Minnesota Duluth @ Michigan Tech
Denver @ Wisconsin
Minnesota @ St. Cloud State
Alaska Anchorage @ Minnesota State
Wed/15 Minnesota Duluth @ Northern Michigan (nc)
Fri/17 Michigan Tech @ Denver
Minnesota State @ Colorado College
North Dakota @ Alaska Anchorage
Clarkson @ St. Cloud State (nc)
Sat/18 Wisconsin @ Minnesota
Michigan Tech @ Denver
Minnesota State @ Colorado College
North Dakota @ Alaska Anchorage
Clarkson @ St. Cloud State (nc)
Sun/19 Wisconsin @ Minnesota
Tue/21 Nebraska-Omaha @ Minnesota State (nc)
Fri/24 St. Cloud State @ Minnesota Duluth
Colorado College @ North Dakota
College Hockey Showcase
– Michigan @ Wisconsin (nc)
– Michigan State @ Minnesota (nc)
Air Force Academy @ Denver (nc)
Sat/25 St. Cloud State @ Minnesota Duluth
Colorado College @ North Dakota
College Hockey Showcase
– Michigan State @ Wisconsin (nc)
– Michigan @ Minnesota (nc)
Robert Morris @ Denver (nc)
December
Date
Game
Fri/1
St. Cloud State @ Michigan Tech
Minnesota State @ Minnesota
Denver @ Colorado College
Minnesota Duluth @ Alaska Anchorage
Sat/2
St. Cloud State @ Michigan Tech
Minnesota @ Minnesota State
Colorado College @ Denver
Minnesota Duluth @ Alaska Anchorage
U.S. N’l U-18 Team @ North Dakota (x)
Fri/8
Minnesota @ Michigan Tech
Wisconsin @ North Dakota
Minnesota State @ Denver
Alaska Anchorage @ Colorado College
Colgate @ St. Cloud State (nc)
Minnesota Duluth @ Bemidji State (nc)
Sat/9
Minnesota @ Michigan Tech
Wisconsin @ North Dakota
Minnesota State @ Denver
Alaska Anchorage @ Colorado College
Colgate @ St. Cloud State (nc)
Bemidji State @ Minnesota Duluth (nc)
Fri/15 Minnesota Duluth @ Minnesota State
Michigan Tech @ North Dakota
Denver @ Alaska Anchorage
Sat/16 Minnesota Duluth @ Minnesota State
Michigan Tech @ North Dakota
Denver @ Alaska Anchorage
Fri/29 Minnesota State @ Yale (nc)
Vermont Catamount Cup @ Burlington, VT
– St. Cloud State vs Rensselaer (nc)
– Union vs Vermont (nc)
Ledyard National Bank Tournament @
Hanover, NH
– St. Lawrence vs Boston U. (nc)
– North Dakota at Dartmouth (nc)
Ohio Hockey Classic @ Columbus, OH
– Bowling Green vs Miami (nc)
– Minnesota Duluth vs Ohio State (nc)
Great Lakes Invitational @ Joe Louis
Arena, Detroit, MI
– Michigan vs Michigan Tech (nc)
– Harvard vs Michigan State (nc)
Badger Hockey Showdown @ Kohl
Center, Madison, WI
– Lake Superior State vs Providence (nc)
– Clarkson vs Wisconsin (nc)
Mariucci Classic @ Mariucci Arena,
Minneapolis, MN
– Ferris State vs UMass-Amherst (nc)
– Alabama-Huntsville vs Minnesota (nc)
Wells Fargo Denver Cup @ Magness
Arena, Denver, CO
– UMass-Lowell vs Brown (nc)
– Mercyhurst vs Denver (nc)
Bemidji State @ Colorado College (nc)
Alaska Fairbanks @ Alaska Anchorage (nc)
Sat/30 Minnesota State @ Princeton (nc)
Vermont Catamount Cup @ Burlington,
VT
– Third Place Game (nc)
– Championship Game (nc)
Ledyard National Bank Tournament @
Hanover, NH
– Third Place Game (nc)
– Championship Game (nc)
Ohio Hockey Classic @ Columbus, OH
TBA vs TBA (nc)
TBA vs TBA (nc)
Great Lakes Invitational @ Joe Louis
Arena, Detroit, MI
– Michigan Tech vs Harvard/Mich. St. (nc)
– Michigan vs Harvard/Mich. St. (nc)
Badger Hockey Showdown @ Kohl
Center, Madison, WI
– LSSU/Providence vs Clarkson (nc)
– LSSU/Providence vs Wisconsin (nc)
Mariucci Classic @ Mariucci Arena,
Minneapolis, MN
– Alabama-Huntsville vs UMassAmherst/Ferris State (nc)
– UMass-Amherst/Ferris State vs
Minnesota (nc)
Wells Fargo Denver Cup @ Magness
Arena, Denver, CO
– Third Place Game (nc)
– Championship Game (nc)
Bemidji State @ Colorado College (nc)
Alaska Fairbanks @ Alaska Anchorage (nc)
January
Date
Game
Fri/5
Michigan Tech @ Minnesota Duluth
Alaska Anchorage @ St. Cloud State
Minnesota @ Minnesota State
Wisconsin @ Denver
North Dakota @ Colorado College
Sat/6
Michigan Tech @ Minnesota Duluth
Alaska Anchorage @ St. Cloud State
Wisconsin @ Denver
North Dakota @ Colorado College
Sun/7 Minnesota State @ Minnesota
Fri/12 Minnesota @ Wisconsin
Colorado College @ Minnesota Duluth
Minnesota State @ St. Cloud State
Alaska Anchorage @ North Dakota
Bemidji State @ Michigan Tech (nc)
Niagara @ Denver (nc)
Sat/13 Minnesota @ Wisconsin
Colorado College @ Minnesota Duluth
St. Cloud State @ Minnesota State
Alaska Anchorage @ North Dakota
Bemidji State @ Michigan Tech (nc)
Niagara @ Denver (nc)
Tue/16 Minnesota State @ Nebraska-Omaha (nc)
Fri/19 Denver @ Minnesota
Minnesota Duluth @ St. Cloud State
Michigan Tech @ Alaska Anchorage
North Dakota @ Bemidji State (nc)
Sat/20 Denver @ Minnesota
Minnesota Duluth @ St. Cloud State
Michigan Tech @ Alaska Anchorage
Bemidji State @ North Dakota (nc)
U.S. U-18 Team @ Colorado College (x)
Wed/24 Northern Michigan @ Minnesota Duluth (nc)
Fri/26 Colorado College @ Michigan Tech
Minnesota State @ Wisconsin
North Dakota @ Minnesota
St. Cloud State @ Denver
Sat/27 Colorado College @ Michigan Tech
Minnesota State @ Wisconsin
North Dakota @ Minnesota
St. Cloud State @ Denver
February
Date
Game
Fri/2
Michigan Tech @ Minnesota State
Minnesota Duluth @ Denver
Wisconsin @ Colorado College
Minnesota @ Alaska Anchorage
Sat/3
Michigan Tech @ Minnesota State
Minnesota Duluth @ Denver
Wisconsin @ Colorado College
Minnesota @ Alaska Anchorage
Fri/9
Denver @ Michigan Tech (WC)
Alaska Anchorage @ Wisconsin
Colorado College @ St. Cloud State
Minnesota State @ North Dakota
Sat/10 Denver @ Michigan Tech (WC)
Alaska Anchorage @ Wisconsin
Colorado College @ St. Cloud State
Minnesota State @ North Dakota
Fri/16 St. Cloud State @ Wisconsin
Minnesota Duluth @ North Dakota
Minnesota @ Colorado College
Minnesota State @ Alaska Anchorage
Sat/17 St. Cloud State @ Wisconsin
Minnesota Duluth @ North Dakota
Minnesota @ Colorado College
Minnesota State @ Alaska Anchorage
Fri/23
Sat/24
Wisconsin @ Michigan Tech
Alaska Anchorage @ Minnesota Duluth
Minnesota @ St. Cloud State
Colorado College @ Minnesota State
North Dakota @ Denver
Wisconsin @ Michigan Tech
Alaska Anchorage @ Minnesota Duluth
St. Cloud State @ Minnesota
Colorado College @ Minnesota State
North Dakota @ Denver
March
Date
Game
Fri/2
Michigan Tech @ Minnesota
Wisconsin @ Minnesota Duluth
North Dakota @ St. Cloud State
Colorado College @ Denver
Sat/3
Michigan Tech @ Minnesota
Wisconsin @ Minnesota Duluth
North Dakota @ St. Cloud State
Denver @ Colorado College
• End of regular season •
WCHA Playoffs/1st round
(Best-of-3 @ Campus Sites)
Fri/9
#10 @ #1; #9 @ #2; #8 @ #3; #7 @ #4;
#6 @ #5
Sat/10 #10 @ #1; #9 @ #2; #8 @ #3; #7 @ #4;
#6 @ #5
Sun/11 if necessary
2007 Red Baron WCHA Final Five
@ Xcel Energy Center, Saint Paul, MN
Thu/15 Semifinals (Team #5 vs. Team #4) 7:07 p.m.
Fri/16 Semifinal #1 2:07 p.m.
Semifinal #2 7:07 p.m.
Sat/17 Third Place Game 2:07 p.m.
Championship Game 7:07 p.m.
2007 NCAA Division I Men’s Tournament
East Regional
@ Blue Cross Arena, Rochester, NY
(hosted by ECACHL)
Fri/23 TBA
Sat/24 TBA
Midwest Regional
@ Van Andel Arena, Grand Rapids, MI
(Hosted by Western Michigan University)
Sat/23 TBA
Sun/24 TBA
Northeast Regional
@ Verizon Wireless Center, Manchester, NH
(Hosted by University of New Hampshire)
Sat/24 TBA
Sun/25 TBA
West Regional
@ Pepsi Center, Denver, CO
(Hosted by University of Denver)
Fri/24 TBA
Sat/25 TBA
April
Date
Game
2007 NCAA Men’s Frozen Four
@ Savvis Center, St. Louis, MO
Thur/5 Semifinal #1
Semifinal #2
Sat/7
National Championship Game
Tournaments/special events listed in italics;
(nc) non-conference
(x) exhibition
(WC) Michigan Tech’s Winter Carnival weekend
All Association-member home games start (faceoff) at either :07 or :37 after the hour
Thirteen-time WCHA Champions: 1958, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004
2006-07 conference opponents
Alaska Anchorage
Colorado College
Denver
Nov. 17-18 @ Anchorage, Alaska
Jan. 12-13 – Ralph Engelstad Arena
Nov. 24-25 – Ralph Engelstad Arena
Jan. 5-6 - @ Colorado Springs, Colo.
Feb. 23-245 @ Denver, Colo.
School Information
Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Anchorage, Alaska
Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20,337
Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Seawolves
Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Green & Gold
Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . WCHA
Chancellor . . . . . . . . . . . . Dr. Elaine Maimon
Athletic Director . . . . . . . . . . Dr. Steve Cobb
Arena . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sullivan Arena (6,251)
Press Box Phone . . . . . . . . . . (907) 279-2071
School Information
Location . . . . . . . . . Colorado Springs, Colo.
Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,950
Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tigers
Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Black & Gold
Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . WCHA
President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Richard F. Celeste
Athletic Director . . . . . . . . . . . . Julie Soriero
Arena . . . Colorado Springs World Arena (7,343)
Press Box Phone . . . . . (719) 540-6520/5130
School Information
Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Denver, Colo.
Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10,326
Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pioneers
Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Crimson & Gold
Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . WCHA
Chancellor . . . . . . . . . . . . Robert D. Coombe
Athletic Director . . . . . Peg Bradley-Doppes
Arena . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Magness Arena (6,026)
Press Box Phone . . . . . . . . . . (303) 871-3922
Team Information
Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Dave Shyiak
Alma Mater/Year . Northern Michigan/1993
Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . (907) 786-1227
Record at UAA . . . . . . . . . . 6-27-3, 2nd year
Career Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . same
Assistant Coach . . . . . . . . . . Campbell Blair
Alma Mater/Year . . . . . . . . . . . . Maine/1991
Assistant Coach . . . . . . . . . . . Damon White
Alma Mater/Year . . . . . Michigan State/2001
2005-06 Overall Record . . . . . . . . . . . 6-27-3
2005-06 WCHA Record . . . . . . . 4-21-3/10th
Letterwinners Returning . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Letterwinners Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Team Information
Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Scott Owens
Alma Mater/Year . . . Colorado College/1979
Office Phones . . . . (719) 389-6480/477-2181
Record at CC . . . . . . . . . 177-92-20, 8th year
Career Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . same
Assistant Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . Joe Bonnett
Alma Mater/Year . . Western Michigan/1993
Assistant Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . Norm Bazin
Alma Mater/Year . . . . . . Mass.-Lowell/1994
2005-06 Overall Record . . . . . . . . . . 24-16-2
2005-06 WCHA Record . . . . 15-11-2 (t-4th)
Letterwinners Returning . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Letterwinners Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Team Information
Head Coach. . . . . . . . . . George Gwozdecky
Alma Mater/Year . . . . . . . . Wisconsin/1978
Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . (303) 871-3397
Record at DU . . . . . . 276-176-36, 13th year
Career Record (D-I) . 359-270-55, 18th year
Assistant Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . Steve Miller
Alma Mater/Year . . . . . . . . St. Mary’s/1988
Assistant Coach . . . . . . . . . . Derek Lalonde
Alma Mater/Year . . . . . Cortland State/1995
2005-06 Overall Record . . . . . . . . . 21-15-3
2005-06 WCHA Record . . . . 17-8-3 (T-2nd)
Letterwinners Returning. . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Letterwinners Lost. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Media Relations Information
SID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tad Dunham
E-Mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [email protected]
Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . (907) 786-4625
Cell Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N/A
Fax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (907) 563-4565
Website . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GoSeawolves.com
Media Relations Information
SID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dave Moross
E-Mail . . . . . [email protected]
Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . (719) 389-6755
Cell Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N/A
Fax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (719) 389-6256
Website . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . cctigers.com
Media Relations Information
SID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Erich Bacher
E-Mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [email protected]
Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . (303) 871-2390
Cell Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (720) 318-5538
Fax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (303) 871-3890
Website . . . . . . . . . . . . . . denverpioneers.com
Key Returnees
Mark Smith, D (35 GP, 6-9--15)
Chris Tarkir, F (31 GP, 8-6--14)
Justin Bourne, F (35 GP, 5-8--13)
Charlie Kronschabel, F (36 GP, 4-9--13)
Shane Lovdahl, D (30 GP, 4-9--13)
Key Returnees
Jimmy Kilpatrick, F (35 GP, 7-14--21)
Scott McCulloch, F (42 GP, 5-7--12)
Derek Patrosso, F (41 GP, 7-8--15)
Chad Rau, F (42 GP, 13-17--30)
Jack Hillen, D (42 GP, 4-9--13)
Lee Sweatt, D (41 GP, 5-16--21)
Matt Zaba, G (36 GP, 20-14-2, 2.52, .909)
Key Losses
Joey Crabb, F (42 GP 18-25--43)
Brian Salcido, D (42 GP, 8-32--40)
Marty Sertich, F (42 GP, 14-36--50)
Brett Sterling, F (41 GP, 31-24--55)
Key Returnees
Ryan Dingle, F (38 GP, 27-16--43)
Chris Butler, D (35 GP, 7-15--22)
J.D. Corbin, F (38 GP, 5-15--20)
Adam Veideman, F (31 GP, 6-11--17)
Peter Mannino, G (22 GP, 12-8-1, 2.71, .904)
Glenn Fisher, G (21 GP, 9-7-2 ,2.72, .898)
Key Losses
Matt Carle, D (39 GP, 11-42--53)
Paul Stastny, F (39 GP, 19-34--53)
Gabe Gauthier, F (38 GP, 15-24--39)
Key Losses
John DeCaro, G (19 GP, 2-13-0, 4.07, .888)
Ales Parez, F (30 GP, 6-7--13)
Eric Walsky, F (35 GP, 3-12--15)
Head Coach
Dave Shyiak
Mark
Smith
Head Coach
Scott Owens
Chad
Rau
Seven-time NCAA Champions: 1959, 1963, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 2000
Head Coach
George Gwozdecky
Ryan
Dingle
43
2006-07 Conference opponents
Michigan Tech
Minnesota
Minnesota Duluth
Dec. 15-16 – Ralph Engelstad Arena
Jan. 26-27 @ Minneapolis, Minn.
Feb. 16-17 – Ralph Engelstad Arena
School Information
Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Houghton, Mich.
Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6,510
Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Huskies
Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . Silver, Gold & Black
Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . WCHA
President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Dr. Glenn Mroz
Athletic Director . . . . . . . Suzanne Sanregret
Arena . . . . . John J. MacInnes Ice Arena (4,200)
Press Box Phone . . . . . . . . . (906) 487-2337
School Information
Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . Minneapolis, Minn.
Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48,150
Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Golden Gophers
Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Maroon & Gold
Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . WCHA
President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Robert Bruininks
Athletic Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . Joel Maturi
Arena . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mariucci Arena (10,000)
Press Box Phone . . . . . . . . . . (612) 624-4497
School Information
Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Duluth, Minn.
Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10,500
Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bulldogs
Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Maroon & Gold
Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . WCHA
Chancellor . . . . . . . . . . . Dr. Kathryn Martin
Athletic Director . . . . . . . . . . . . Bob Nielson
Arena . . . . . . . . . . . . . Duluth Entertainment and
Convention Center (5,333)
Press Box Phone . . . . . . . . . . (218) 727-7939
Team Information
Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jamie Russell
Alma Mater/Year . . . . . Michigan Tech/1989
Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . (906) 487-2104
Record at MTU . . . . . . . . 23-75-15, 4th year
Career Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . same
Assistant Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chris Tok
Alma Mater/Year . . . . . . . . . Wisconsin/1996
Assistant Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pat Mikesch
Alma Mater/Year . . . . . Michigan Tech/1996
Assistant Coach . . . . . . . . . . . Randy McKay
Alma Mater/Year . . . . . Michigan Tech/1988
2005-06 Overall Record . . . . . . . . . . . 7-25-6
2005-06 WCHA Record . . . . . . 6-16-6 (8th)
Letterwinners Returning . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Letterwinners Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Team Information
Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Don Lucia
Alma Mater/Year . . . . . . . Notre Dame/1981
Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . (612) 625-2886
Record at UM . . . . . . . . 189-86-26, 8th year
Career Record . . . . . . 468-241-55, 20th year
Assistant Coach . . . . . . . . . . . Mike Guentzel
Alma Mater/Year . . . . . . . . Minnesota/1987
Assistant Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . John Hill
Alma Mater/Year . . Alaska Anchorage/1988
2005-06 Overall Record . . . . . . . . . . . 27-9-5
2005-06 WCHA Record . . . . . . . 20-5-3 (1st)
Letterwinners Returning . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Letterwinners Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Media Relations Information
SID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jon Oman
E-Mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [email protected]
Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . (906) 487-2351
Cell Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (906) 281-1204
Fax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (906) 487-3062
Website . . . . . . . . . michigantechhuskies.com
Key Returnees
Lars Helminen, D (38 GP, 2-17--19)
Tyler Shelast, F (37 GP, 9-9--18)
Justin St. Louis, F (38 GP, 3-7--10)
Jake Wilkens, D (37 GP, 0-2--2)
Michael-Lee Teslak, G (26 GP, 7-14-4, 3.68, .902)
Key Losses
Chris Connner, F (38 GP, 17-12--29)
Brandon Schwartz, F (38 GP, 10-16--26)
Target Desmet, F (37 GP, 7-10-17)
Head Coach
Jamie Russell
44
Lars
Helminen
Media Relations Information
SID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kevin Kurtt
E-Mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [email protected]
Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . (612) 625-9379
Cell Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (612) 202-1932
Fax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (612) 625-0359
Website . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . gophersports.com
Key Returnees
Alex Goligoski, D (41 GP, 11-28--39)
Ben Gordon, F (37 GP, 12-17--29)
Ryan Stoa, F (41 GP, 10-15--25)
Kellen Briggs, G (32 GP, 21-6-3, 2.55, .904)
Jeff Frazee, G (12 GP, 6-3-2, 2.36, .910)
Key Losses
Ryan Potulny, F (41 GP, 38-25--63)
Phil Kessel, F (39 GP, 18-33--51)
Danny Irmen, F (30 GP, 16-22--38)
Chris Harrington, D (40 GP, 3-33--36)
Head Coach
Don Lucia
Alex
Goligoski
Team Information
Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Scott Sandelin
Alma Mater/Year . . . . . . North Dakota/1986
Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . (218) 726-8579
Record at UMD . . . . . . . 96-122-26, 7th year
Career Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . same
Assistant Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . Steve Rohlik
Alma Mater/Year . . . . . . . . . Wisconsin/1990
Assistant Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . Lee Davidson
Alma Mater/Year . . . . . . North Dakota/2002
2005-06 Overall Record . . . . . . . . . . 11-25-4
2005-06 WCHA Record . . . . . . 6-19-3 (9th)
Letterwinners Returning . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Letterwinners Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Media Relations Information
SID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bob Nygaard
E-Mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . [email protected]
Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . (218) 726-8191
Cell Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . n/a
Fax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (218) 726-6529
Website . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . umdbulldogs.com
Key Returnees
Mason Raymond, F (40 GP, 11-17--28)
Matt McKnight, F (40 GP, 9-16--25)
Andrew Carroll, F (40 GP, 13-10--23)
Micheal Gergen, F (39 GP, 14-8-22)
Matt Niskanen, D (38 GP, 1-13-14)
Key Losses
Tim Stapleton, F (39 GP, 14-16--30)
Justin Williams, F (38 GP, 8-13--21)
Steve Czech, D (40 GP, 1-7--8)
Isaac Reichmuth, G (28 GP, 6-16-4, 3.45, .877)
Head Coach
Scott Sandelin
Mason
Raymond
Thirteen-time WCHA Champions: 1958, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004
2006-07 conference opponents
Minnesota State
St. Cloud State
Wisconsin
Oct. 27-28 @ Mankato, Minn.
Feb. 9-10 – Ralph Engelstad Arena
Nov. 3-4 – Ralph Engelstad Arena
Mar. 2-3 @ St. Cloud, Minn.
Oct. 13-14 @ Madison, Wis.
Dec. 8-9 – Ralph Engelstad Arena
School Information
Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mankato, Minn.
Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14,028
Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mavericks
Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Purple & Gold
Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . WCHA
President . . . . . . . . . . Dr. Richard Davenport
Athletic Director . . . . . . . . . Kevin Buisman
Arena . . . Midwest Wireless Civic Center (4,832)
Press Box Phone . . . . . . . . . . (507) 389-3000
School Information
Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . St. Cloud, Minn.
Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16,000
Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Huskies
Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cardinal & Black
Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . WCHA
President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dr. Roy Saigo
Athletic Director . . . . . . . . Dr. Morris Kurtz
Arena . . . . . . . . National Hockey Center (5,763)
Press Box Phone . . . . . . . . . . (320) 654-5227
School Information
Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Madison, Wis.
Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41,169
Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Badgers
Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cardinal & White
Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . WCHA
Chancellor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . John Wiley
Athletic Director . . . . . . . . . . . Barry Alvarez
Arena . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kohl Center (15,237)
Press Box Phone . . . . . . . . . . (608) 265-4336
Team Information
Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Troy Jutting
Alma Mater/Year . . . . . . . . . . . . MSU/1987
Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . (507) 389-5196
Record at MSU . . . . . . . 95-110-28, 7th year
Career Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . same
Assistant Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Eric Means
Alma Mater/Year . . . . . . . . Minnesota/1994
Assistant Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . Darren Blue
Alma Mater/Year . . . . . . . . . . . . . MSU/1996
2005-06 Overall Record . . . . . . . . . . 17-18-4
2005-06 WCHA Record . . . . . 12-13-3 (7th)
Letterwinners Returning . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Letterwinners Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Team Information
Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bob Motzko
Alma Mater/Year . . . . St. Cloud State/1987
Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . (320) 308-4806
Record at SCSU . . . . . . . . . 22-16-4 2nd year
Career Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . same
Assistant Coach . . . . . . . . . . Fred Harbinson
Alma Mater/Year . . . . . . UW-Superior/1995
Assistant Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Eric Rud
Alma Mater/Year . . . Colorado College/1997
2005-06 Overall Record . . . . . . . . . . 22-16-4
2005-06 WCHA Record . . . . . 13-13-2 (6th)
Letterwinners Returning . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Letterwinners Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Team Information
Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mike Eaves
Alma Mater/Year . . . . . . . . Wisconsin/1978
Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . (608) 262-3932
Record at UW . . . . . . . . . 88-60-19, 5th year
Career Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . same
Associate Head Coach . . . . . . Mark Osiecki
Alma Mater/Year . . . . . . . . . Wisconsin/1994
Assistant Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . Kevin Patrick
Alma Mater/Year . . . . . . . Notre Dame/1992
2005-06 Overall Record . . . . . . . . . . 30-10-3
2005-06 WCHA Record . . . . . 17-8-3 (t-2nd)
Letterwinners Returning . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Letterwinners Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Media Relations Information
SID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Paul Allan
E-Mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . [email protected]
Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . (507) 389-2625
Cell Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (507) 381-7503
Fax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (507) 389-1923
Website . . . . . . . . . . . . . . msumavericks.com
Media Relations Information
SID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Tom Nelson
E-Mail . . . . . . . . . [email protected]
Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . (320) 308-2141
Cell Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . n/a
Fax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (320) 308-2099
Website . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . stcloudstate.edu
Media Relations Information
SID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Paul Capobianco
E-Mail . . . . . . . . . . . . [email protected]
Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . (608) 263-1983
Cell Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (608) 219-6278
Fax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (608) 262-8184
Website . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . uwbadgers.com
Key Returnees
Travis Morin, F (39 GP, 20-22--42)
Joel Hanson, F (38 GP, 4-16--20)
Austin Sutter, F (30 GP, 7-4--11)
Chad Brownlee, D (29 GP, 1-1--2)
Dan Tormey, G (31 GP, 14-13-4,2.83, .902)
Key Returnees
Andrew Gordon, F (42 GP, 20-20--40)
Justin Fletcher, D (40 GP, 6-21--27)
Dan Kronick, F (36 GP, 11-12--23)
Aaron Brocklehurst, D (41 GP, 5-18--23)
Nate Raduns, F (41 GP, 5-10-15)
Bobby Goepfert, G(38 GP, 20-14-4, 2.20, .924)
Key Returnees
Ross Carlson, F (39 GP, 11-12--23)
Jack Skille, F (41 GP, 13-8--21)
Kyle Klubertanz, D (43 GP, 4-17--21)
Brian Elliott, G (35 GP, 27-5-3, 1.55, .938)
Key Losses
David Backes, F (38 GP, 13-29--42)
Ryan Carter, F (39 GP, 19-16--35)
Kyle Peto, F (38 GP, 8-21-29)
Head Coach
Troy Jutting
Travis
Morin
Key Losses
Joe Jensen, F (38 GP, 14-18--32)
Billy Hengen, F (42 GP, 9-23--32)
Brock Hooton, F (42 GP, 7-20--27)
Head Coach
Bob Motzko
Andrew
Gordon
Seven-time NCAA Champions: 1959, 1963, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 2000
Key Losses
Joe Pavelski, F (42 GP, 23-33--56)
Robbie Earl, F (42 GP, 24-26--50)
Adam Burish, F (42 GP, 9-24--33)
Tom Gilbert, D (43 GP, 12-19--31)
Head Coach
Mike Eaves
Brian
Elliott
45
2006-07 non-Conference opponents
Quinnipiac
Maine
Dartmouth
Oct. 6-7 – Ralph Engelstad Arena
Oct. 20-21 – Ralph Engelstad Arena
Dec. 29-30 @ Hanover, N.H.
Dartmouth Tournament
School Information
Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hamden, Conn.
Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7,200
Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bobcats
Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Blue & Gold
Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ECACHL
President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . John L. Lahey
Athletic Director . . . . . . . . . Jack McDonald
Arena . . . . . . . Northford Ice Pavilion (1,750)
. . . . . . . .TD Banknorth Sports Center (4,000)
Press Box Phone . . . . . . . . . . (203) 484-7592
School Information
Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Orono, Maine
Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11,400
Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Black Bears
Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Blue & White
Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hockey East
President . . . . . . . . . . . . Dr. Robert Kennedy
Athletic Director . . . . . . . . . . . . Blake James
Arena . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Alfond Arena (5,592)
Press Box Phone . . . . . . . . . . (207) 581-1049
School Information
Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hanover, N.H.
Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4,300
Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Big Green
Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Green & White
Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ECACHL
President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . James Wright
Athletic Director . . . . . . . . . . . . Josie Harper
Arena . . . . . . . . . . . Thompson Arena (4,500)
Press Box Phone . . . . . . . . . .(603) 646-1131
Team Information
Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tim Whitehead
Alma Mater/Year . . . . . . . . . Hamilton/1985
Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . (207) 581-1106
Record at Maine . . . . . . 131-54-24, 6th year
Career Record . . . . . . 207-149-35, 11th year
Assistant Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . Guy Perron
Alma Mater/Year . . . . . . . . . . . . Maine/1990
Assistant Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . Dan Kerluke
Alma Mater/Year . . . . . . . . . . . . Maine/2001
Assistant Coach . . . . . . . . Grant Standbrook
Alma Mater/Year . . Minnesota-Duluth/1961
2005-06 Overall Record . . . . . . . . . . 28-12-2
2005-06 HEA Record . . . . . . . . 17-8-2 (2nd)
Letterwinners Returning . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Letterwinners Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Team Information
Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bob Gaudet
Alma Mater/Year . . . . . . . . Dartmouth/1981
Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . (603) 646-3320
Record at Dartmouth . . . .133-123-34, 10th year
Career Record . . . . . . 226-265-65, 19th year
Assistant Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Dave Peters
Alma Mater/Year . . . . Boston College/1982
Assistant Coach . . . . . . . . . Brendan Whittet
Alma Mater/Year . . . . . . . . . . . Brown/1994
2005-06 Overall Record . . . . . . . . . . 19-12-2
2005-06 ECACHL Record . . . . . 14-6-2 (1st)
Letterwinners Returning . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Letterwinners Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Team Information
Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rand Pecknold
Alma Mater/Year . . Connecticut College/1990
Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . (203) 582-3435
Record at Quinnipiac 222-136-32, 13th year
Career Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . same
Assistant Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ben Syer
Alma Mater/Year . . . . Western Ontario/1998
Assistant Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . Scott Robson
Alma Mater/Year . . . . . . . . Quinnipiac/1998
2005-06 Overall Record . . . . . . . . . . 20-18-1
2005-06 ECACHL Record . . . 8-13-1 (10th)
Letterwinners Returning . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Letterwinners Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Media Relations Information
SID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Michael Kobylanski
E-Mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
[email protected]
Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . (203) 582-8625
Cell Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (203) 506-8054
Fax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (203) 582-5385
Website . . . . . . . . . . . quinnipiacbobcats.com
Key Returnees
Brian Leitch, F (39 GP, 14-31--45)
Jamie Bates, F (39 GP, 21-20--41)
Reid Cashman, D (39 GP, 5-36--41)
Bud Fisher, G (34 GP, 18-14-1, 2.56, .904)
Key Losses
Joe Dumais, F (39 GP, 7-7--14)
Michael Bordieri, F (39 GP, 3-7--10)
Head Coach
Rand Pecknold
46
Reid
Cashman
Media Relations Information
SID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Brent Williamson
E-Mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
[email protected]
Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . (207) 581-4158
Cell Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N/A
Fax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (207) 581-3297
Website . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . goblackbears.com
Key Returnees
Josh Soares, F (42 GP, 15-26--41)
Michel Leveille, F (37 GP, 16-24--40)
Billy Ryan, F (36 GP, 10-18--28)
Bret Tyler, D (33 GP, 7-16--23)
Ben Bishop, G (31 GP, 21-8-2, 2.28, .907)
Key Losses
Greg Moore, F (42 GP, 28-17--45)
Derek Damon, F (41 GP, 15-20--35)
John Hopson, F (40 GP, 10-14--24)
Head Coach
Tim Whitehead
Michel
Leveille
Media Relations Information
SID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Heather Croze
E-Mail . . . . . . [email protected]
Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . (603) 646-2468
Cell Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N/A
Fax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (603) 646-1286
Website . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DartmouthSports.com
Key Returnees
David Jones, F (33 GP, 17-17--34)
Tanner Glass, F (33 GP, 12-16--28)
Nick Johnson, F (33 GP, 15-10--25)
J.T. Wyman, F (28 GP, 8-12--20)
Ben Lovejoy, D (32 GP, 2-16--18)
Mike Devine, G (30 GP, 18-8-2, 2.32, .915)
Key Losses
Mike Quellette, F (33 GP, 13-24--37)
Eric Przepiorka, F (33 GP, 9-23--32)
Sean Offers, D (33 GP, 3-13--16)
Head Coach
Bob Gaudet
Tanner
Glass
Thirteen-time WCHA Champions: 1958, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004
2006-07 non-conference opponents
Boston University
St. Lawrence
Bemidji State
Dec. 29-30 @ Hanover, N.H.
Dartmouth Tournament
Dec. 29-30 @ Hanover, N.H.
Dartmouth Tournament
Jan. 19 @ Bemidji, Minn.
Jan. 20 – Ralph Engelstad Arena
School Information
Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Boston, Mass.
Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15,820
Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Terriers
Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Scarlet & White
Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hockey East
President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Robert A. Brown
Athletic Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jack Parker
Arena . . . . . . . . . . . . . Agganis Arena (6,300)
Press Box Phone . . . . . . . . . . (617) 358-7300
School Information
Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Canton, N.Y.
Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2,000
Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Saints
Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Scarlet & Brown
Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ECACHL
President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Daniel F. Sullivan
Athletic Director . . . . . . . . . . Margaret Strait
Arena . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Appleton Arena
Press Box Phone . . . . . . . . . . (315) 229-7312
School Information
Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bemidji, Minn.
Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5,020
Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Beavers
Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Green & White
Conference . . . . . . College Hockey America
President . . . . . . . . . . . Dr. Jon E. Quistgaard
Athletic Director . . . . . . . . . . Dr. Rick Goeb
Arena . . . . . John S. Glas Fieldhouse (2,399)
Press Box Phone . . . . . . . . . . (218) 755-3700
Team Information
Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jack Parker
Alma Mater/Year . . Boston University/1968
Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . (617) 353-4639
Record at Boston U. . 741-380-84, 34th year
Career Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . same
Associate Head Coach . . . . . . . David Quinn
Alma Mater/Year . . Boston University/1988
Associate Head Coach . . . . . . . . Mike Bavis
Alma Mater/Year . . Boston University/1993
Associate Head Coach . . . . Mike Geragosian
Alma Mater/Year . . . . . . . . . . . Lowell/1975
2005-06 Overall Record . . . . . . . . . . 26-10-4
2005-06 HEA Record . . . . . . . . . 17-7-3 (1st)
Letterwinners Returning . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Letterwinners Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Team Information
Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Joe Marsh
Alma Mater/Year . . . New Hampshire/1977
Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . (315) 229-5881
Record at St. Lawrence . . . . . . . 379-315-49,
21st year
Career Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . same
Assistant Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chris Wells
Alma Mater/Year . . . . . . St. Lawrence/1992
Assistant Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bob Prier
Alma Mater/Year . . . . . . St. Lawrence/1999
Assistant Coach . . . . . . . . . . . .Mike Hurlbut
Alma Mater/Year . . . . . . St. Lawrence/1989
2005-06 Overall Record . . . . . . . . . . 21-17-2
2005-06 CHA Record . . . . . . . . 12-9-1 (5th)
Letterwinners Returning . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Letterwinners Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Team Information
Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tom Serratore
Alma Mater/Year . . . . . Bemidji State/1987
Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . (218) 755-2879
Record at Bemidji St. . . . 89-72-20, 6th year
Career Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . same
Assistant Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bert Gilling
Alma Mater/Year . . Minnesota Duluth/1999
Assistant Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ted Belisle
Alma Mater/Year . . . . . . Bemidji State/2001
2005-06 Overall Record . . . . . . . . . . 20-14-3
2005-06 CHA Record . . . . . . . . 12-7-1 (2nd)
Letterwinners Returning . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Letterwinners Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Media Relations Information
SID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Brian Kelley
E-Mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [email protected]
Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . (617) 353-2872
Cell Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (617) 595-6999
Fax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (617) 353-5286
Website . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . goterriers.com
Key Returnees
Pete MacArthur, F (40 GP, 14- 25--39)
Kenny Roche, F (33 GP, 11-21--32)
Brandon Yip, F (39 GP, 9-22--31)
Bryan Ewing, F (40 GP, 16-10--26)
Sean Sullivan, D (40 GP, 3-14--17)
John Curry, G (37 GP, 24-8-4, 2.24, .918)
Key Losses
Brad Zancanaro, F (40 GP, 14-22--36)
John Laliberte, F (33 GP, 11-21--32)
Dan Spang, F (40 GP, 9-22--31)
Head Coach
Jack Parker
John
Curry
Media Relations Information
SID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wally Johnson
E-Mail . . . . . . . . . . . . [email protected]
Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . (315) 229-5588
Cell Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (315) 276-0585
Fax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (315) 229-5589
Website . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . stlawu.edu/sports
Key Returnees
Kyle Rank, F (40 GP, 11-17--28)
Kevin DeVergilio, F (38 GP, 14-11--25)
Brock McBride, F (35 GP, 6-12--18)
Zach Miskovic, D (40 GP, 1-15--16)
Justin Pesony, G (37 GP, 20-14-2, 2.90, .888)
Key Losses
T.J. Trevelyan, F (40 GP, 20-28--48)
John Zeiler, F (28 GP, 13-15--28)
Mike Madill, D (40 GP, 5-22--27)
Head Coach
Joe Marsh
Drew
Bagnall
Seven-time NCAA Champions: 1959, 1963, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 2000
Media Relations Information
SID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Andy Bartlett
E-Mail . . . . . . . . . jbartl[email protected]
Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . (218) 755-4603
Cell Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (218) 766-2243
Fax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (218) 755-3898
Website . . . . . . . . info.bemidjistate.edu/sports
Key Returnees
Luke Erickson, F (37 GP, 16-19--35)
Rob Sirianni, F (32 GP, 16-13--29)
Ryan Miller, F (33 GP, 17-12--29)
Nathan Schwartzbauer, D (37 GP, 0-4--4)
Matt Climie, G (18 GP, 8-7-2, 2.70, .913)
Layne Sedevie, G (20 GP, 12-7-1, 2.46, .918)
Key Losses
Ryan Huddy, F (36 GP, 8-20--28)
Andrew Martens, D (37 GP, 5-19--24)
Jean-Guy Gervais, F (36 GP, 12-10--22)
Head Coach
Tom Serratore
Layne
Sedevie
47
all-time record vs. opponents
Opponent
Series
Air Force
Alabama-Huntsville
University of Alberta
Alaska-Anchorage
Alaska-Fairbanks
Army
Bemidji State
Boston College
Boston University
Bottineau (ND) Ind.
Bowling Green State
Brandon (Man.) Univ.
Brandon (Man.)Wheat Kings
Univ. of British Col.
Brown
Univ. of Calgary
Canisius
Clarkson
Colgate
Colorado College
Cornell
Crookston Cathedral
Crookston Pirates
Dartmouth
Denver
Des Moines Oak Leafs
Estevan (Sask.) Bruins
Fargo Flyers
Fargo Independents
Ferris State
Findlay
Flin Flon (Man.) Bombers
Fort Frances (Ont.) Canadians
Grand Forks Amerks
Grand Forks Legion
Harvard
Holy Cross
Lake Superior State
Maine
U. of Manitoba
Mass.-Lowell
Miami (Ohio)
Michigan
Michigan State
Michigan Tech
Minnesota
Minnesota Duluth
Minnesota Nationals
Minnesota State, Mankato
Univ. of Montreal
New Hampshire
Niagara
North Dakota Freshman
North Dakota State
Northeastern
Northern Arizona
Northern Michigan
Northwest (MN) Ag. Coll.
Notre Dame
Ohio State
Princeton
Providence
Univ. of Regina
Regina (Sask.) Pats
Rensselaer
Rochester (MN) Mustangs
Russian Nationals
1980-88
1989
1965-76
1984-06
1990-94
1966
1970-06
1959-06
1982-05
1948
1980-93
1950
1950-64
1977-82
1965-02
1974
2002-05
1982-00
1983
1948-06
1967-98
1947
1949
1979-96
1950-06
1962
1960
1947
1947
1981-03
2003
1952
1953
1947-51
1947
1951-05
2004-06
1973
1983-05
1949-79
1985-92
1999-05
1948-06
1950-05
1948-06
1948-06
1954-06
1967
1998-06
1959
1971-05
2000-02
1953
1948
1982-05
1978-86
1977-96
1947
1971-99
1979
2002
1981-89
1982
1955
1960-90
1964
1960
48
W
3
2
5
33
4
1
11
11
11
1
6
2
3
1
2
1
5
6
0
125
3
1
1
4
124
0
1
2
0
5
1
0
1
4
1
6
2
2
12
5
5
2
40
60
128
117
124
0
21
1
9
3
1
1
8
8
27
2
15
2
1
8
2
1
7
0
0
L
T
Pct.
GF
GA
Opponent
Series
0
0
1
13
2
0
1
8
6
0
3
0
3
3
0
1
0
0
1
71
1
1
0
0
107
1
0
1
1
1
0
1
3
2
2
2
0
0
3
1
4
0
45
34
87
128
69
1
9
0
2
0
0
0
5
0
23
0
16
0
0
5
0
0
1
1
1
0
0
0
2
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
9
0
0
0
0
7
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
4
2
8
11
6
0
6
0
2
0
0
0
3
0
3
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1.000
1.000
.833
.708
.667
1.000
.885
.579
.639
1.000
.667
1.000
.500
.250
1.000
.500
1.000
1.000
.000
.632
.750
.500
1.000
1.000
.536
.000
1.000
.667
.000
.833
1.000
.000
.250
.611
.333
.722
1.000
1.000
.781
.833
.556
1.000
.472
.635
.592
.479
.638
.000
.667
1.000
.769
1.000
1.000
1.000
.594
1.000
.538
1.000
.484
1.000
1.000
.615
1.000
.750
.875
.000
.000
23
23
32
196
33
7
62
76
82
7
48
10
32
14
14
12
31
28
2
980
14
4
12
22
981
3
6
9
3
32
3
6
13
48
13
39
8
14
71
53
30
8
356
436
922
882
925
3
152
5
71
15
8
17
72
72
234
19
143
15
5
58
13
9
38
4
3
3
11
12
122
21
3
33
63
63
4
33
5
19
17
7
11
4
11
3
772
5
4
4
8
920
11
1
5
9
20
1
7
16
44
16
18
2
5
51
19
25
2
402
350
771
897
675
4
94
1
32
8
7
6
58
18
202
4
137
4
2
42
4
8
31
6
4
Univ. of Saskatchewan
Sioux City (IA) Suhawks
So. St. Paul (MN) Steers
St. Boniface (Man.) Canadiens
St. Cloud State
St. John’s (MN) Univ.
St. Lawrence
St. Louis University
Swedish Nationals
Thief River Falls Thieves
Univ. of Toronto
U.S. College All Stars
U.S. International
U.S. Nationals
U. S. Olympic Team
Vermont
Warroad Lakers
Waterloo Black Hawks
Wayne State
Western Michigan
Western Ontario Univ.
Wichita (Kan.) Flyers
Winnipeg Army
Winnipeg Barons
Winnipeg Black Hawks
Winnipeg Canadians
Winnipeg Drewrys
Winnipeg Maroons
Winnipeg Monarchs
Winnipeg Rangers
Univ. of Winnipeg
Wisconsin
Yale
1947-76
1951
1964-65
1953-63
1947-06
1950
1959-02
1973-75
1962
1947-51
1952-81
1968
1981-86
1958-71
1955-88
1981-00
1956-64
1964
2003
1997
1967
1948
1949
1953-56
1950-51
1950
1956
1952-63
1957-62
1961-62
1975
1968-06
1960-04
W
L
T
Pct.
GF
GA
2
2
1
5
25
0
1
5
1
2
0
0
2
5
6
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
3
0
0
0
76
0
2
0
1
0
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
2
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
10
0
.750
.000
.625
.615
.622
1.000
.909
.286
.000
.600
1.000
.750
.750
.250
.125
1.000
.429
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
.750
1.000
.500
1.000
.556
1.000
1.000
1.000
.426
1.000
71
12
19
87
270
11
51
18
2
23
18
10
40
21
20
15
33
7
8
28
3
13
10
28
10
11
12
31
21
37
17
493
46
43
15
14
62
240
2
25
35
8
21
6
9
22
35
49
5
39
0
2
12
2
5
3
9
3
10
6
29
5
8
1
542
11
8
0
2
8
43
1
10
2
0
3
4
1
6
1
0
2
3
1
1
4
1
1
1
3
6
1
2
4
3
4
2
55
5
The above listing includes games counted in season records. Does not
include international exhibition games.
Most Wins Against: Michigan Tech (128)
Most Losses To: Minnesota (128)
Most Total Games Against: Minnesota (256)
Thirteen-time WCHA Champions: 1958, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004
Records vs. current WCHA opponents
Series Records vs. Current WCHA Opponents
* Conference games
Playoff games denoted as WCHA or NCAA
2-19-51
2-20-51
Alaska Anchorage
UND leads 33-13-2
Home: 20-2-2
Away: 12-11-0
Neutral: 1-0-0
Site
Date
1-8-84
A
12-20-85
12-21-85
H
H
W-L-T Score Playoffs
W
3-2 ot
W
W
5-0
3-2
H
H
W
W
4-3
4-2
1-18-91
1-19-91
H
H
W
W
6-5
7-3
11-20-92
11-21-92
A
A
L
L
2-3
3-4
12-2-94
12-3-94
A
A
L
L
4-8
5-6
3-3-95*
3-4-95*
11-17-95*
11-18-95*
1-12-96*
1-13-96*
11-22-96*
11-23-96*
2-21-97*
2-22-97*
A
A
H
H
A
A
H
H
11-12-99*
11-13-99*
2-11-00*
2-12-00*
A
A
H
H
12-1-00*
12-2-00*
1-2
2-4
L
L
L
W
W
W
2-3
5-3
2-0
4-0
W
W
4-1
6-1
W
W
8-0
4-3
W
W
W
W
7-1
3-0
2-1
6-3
A
A
W
W
4-2
3-0
2-10-53*
2-11-53*
L
L
A
A
11-15-02*
11-16-02*
1-17-03*
1-18-03*
H
H
L
W
W
H
H
A
A
W
W
W
W
12-3-04*
12-4-04*
2-18-05*
2-19-05*
H
H
H
H
4-2
6-2
T 2-2
W
4-2
1-2
6-3
2-5
L
A
A
1-6-06*
1-7-06*
N W
W
A
A
W
L
L
W
2-3-55*
2-4-55*
2-11-55*
2-12-55*
A
A
L
L
3-4
1-7
4-3
3-4
H
H
12-13-55*
12-14-55*
1-7-56*
1-9-56*
H
H
2-8-57*
2-9-57*
2-19-57*
2-20-57*
H
H
W
L
L
L
L
2-4
5-4
5-8
2-7
A
A
L
L
6-3
5-4
4-6
6-7
A
A
L
L
1-7
2-9
L
6-4
4-2
7-2
5-9
W
A
A
2-9-59
2-10-59
3-2-59
3-3-59
H
H
1-11-60*
1-12-60*
1-29-60*
1-30-60*
H
H
1-9-61*
1-10-61*
1-16-61*
1-17-61*
H
H
W
W
1-18-66*
1-19-66*
A
A
L
L
W
W
W
W
W
W
A
A
7-2
5-1
8-2
7-5
L
W
A
A
L
W
H
H
A
A
H
H
9-4
8-1
W
W
7-1
7-6
W
W
7-2
5-3
N W
A
A
8-2
7-6
W
W
6-4
8-1
N W
3-2
W
W
6-2
4-2
W
W
9-0
7-0
W
W
5-4
5-4
4-5
H
H
1-31-67*
2-4-67*
ot
11-28-67*
11-29-67*
A
A
H
H
2-5-69*
2-8-69*
3-7-69
1-16-70*
1-17-70*
A
A
N
H
H
2-5-71*
2-6-71*
L
W
W
A
A
W
3-6
7-2
H
H
H
H
11-5-76*
11-6-76*
2-18-77*
2-19-77*
H
H
4-3
2-0
W
4-7
4-5
4-2
3-2
12-19-92*
12-20-92*
1-22-93*
1-23-93*
H
H
4-3
3-5
5-4
11-2
11-26-93*
11-27-93*
2-25-94*
2-26-94*
H
H
W
3-6
6-5
3-9
9-4
10-29-94*
10-30-94*
2-17-95*
2-18-95*
6-1
10-0
3-1
6-1
6-3
7-3
11-24-95*
11-25-95*
L
L
W
L
W
W
11-18-77*
11-19-77*
1-13-78*
1-14-78*
H
H
L
11-10-78*
11-11-78*
2-16-79*
2-17-79*
3-6-79
3-7-79
H
H
H
H
W
W
W
W
W
W
10-26-79*
10-27-79*
1-25-80*
1-26-80*
H
H
W
W
A
A
A
A
L
L
A
A
L
W
A
A
W
W
W
A
A
A
A
W
H
H
L
H
H
A
A
H
H
H
H
A
A
H
H
A
A
ot
A
A
H
H
W
W
A
A
8-7
2-4
3-4
2-9
1-11-91*
1-12-91*
10-25-91*
10-26-91*
1-17-92*
1-18-92*
L
L
L
A
A
L
L
W
W
W
W
2-3
9-4
8-9
7-3
5-4
2-3
2-6
6-3
6-1
5-2
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
5-2
4-2
4-3
5-1
8-0
7-4
12-6-96*
12-7-96*
1-25-97*
1-26-97*
3-14-97
3-27-97
3-2
4-6
L
L
L
5-4
4-5
2-5
1-6
W
A
A
W
W
A
A
L
W
L
L
L
A
A
A
A
H
H
L
L
8-5
3-1
4-6
5-4
3-5
2-5
1-5
T 5-5
L
2-8
0-6
5-3
2-3
L
L
5-9
3-6
W
A
A
H
H
L
T 5-5
7-3
A
3-0
A
L
3-8
N W
5-1
N W
6-2
ot
ot
W
W
WCHA
NCAA
ot
8-7 ot
5-3
12-5
5-6
8-2
3-4
9-3
8-1
8-2
5-3
L
WCHA
WCHA
W
11-7-97*
11-8-97*
1-9-98*
1-10-98*
A
A
H
H
11-20-98*
11-21-98*
1-15-99*
1-16-99*
H
H
1-7-00*
1-8-00*
H
H
L
A
A
12-8-00*
12-9-00*
3-16-01
3-24-01
A
A
10-12-01*
10-13-01*
1-18-02*
1-19-02*
H
H
1-3-03*
1-4-03*
1-31-03*
2-1-03*
H
H
2-13-04*
2-14-04*
H
H
11-5-04*
11-6-05*
1-14-05*
1-15-05*
H
H
T 3-3
4-2
4-1
6-1
W
W
W
W
W
W
4-5
5-4
5-4
5-1
W
T 1-1
4-0
L
W
N W
N W
W
W
4-6
4-3
2-1
4-1
ot
ot
WCHA
NCAA
6-2
2-0
5-6
1-3
A
A
L
L
A
A
T 4-4
T 4-4
L
3-5
L
1-4
ot
ot
ot
1-18-85*
1-19-85*
2-15-85*
2-16-85*
A
A
H
H
L
W
W
W
3-4
5-2
4-1
6-1
ot
ot
2-14-86*
2-15-86*
H
H
W
W
6-3
9-6
11-21-86*
11-22-86*
12-5-86*
12-6-86*
3-6-87
3-7-87
H
H
W
W
W
7-3
11-2
4-3 ot
2-3
6-2
WCHA
1-2
WCHA
A
A
H
H
L
W
L
WCHA
11-6-87*
11-7-87*
2-5-88*
2-6-88*
ot
10-21-88*
10-22-88*
12-16-88*
12-17-88*
A
A
H
H
A
A
1-21-72*
1-22-72*
H
H
W
W
8-7
4-2
11-10-72*
11-11-72*
2-23-73*
2-24-73*
H
H
W
W
11-24-89*
11-25-89*
1-19-90*
1-20-90*
H
H
11-9-90*
11-10-90*
H
H
12-7-73*
12-8-73*
W
W
A
A
11-14-75*
11-15-75*
1-16-76*
1-17-76*
11-4-83*
11-5-83*
12-9-83*
12-10-83*
2-10-84*
2-11-84*
8-4
6-2
L
12-27-74*
12-28-74*
2-21-75*
2-22-75*
11-12-82*
11-13-82*
1-14-83*
1-15-83*
2-4-83*
2-5-83*
11-3
W
W
H
H
11-13-81*
11-14-81*
1-15-82*
1-16-82*
2-5-82*
2-6-82*
4-9
10-5
4-9
5-2
W
W
1-18-74*
1-19-74*
11-14-80*
11-15-80*
1-23-81*
1-24-81*
WCHA
3-5
5-0
4-12
4-12
5-3
6-3
W
W
W
A
A
2-16-65*
2-20-65*
UND leads 125-71-9
Home: 76-17-5
Away: 43-53-4
Neutral: 6-1-0
Date
Site
W-L-T Score Playoffs
2-10-48
A
W
8-4
2-13-48
A
L
3-6
H
H
12-4
10-3
3-5
1-2
1-10-64*
1-11-64*
Colorado College
12-10-48
12-11-48
12-29-48
12-30-48
5-9
2-9
L
L
12-28-67
3-19-04
1-9-04*
1-10-04*
3-10
3-7
A
A
2-13-63*
2-16-63*
4-2
1-0
11-2
3-0
5-8
T 3-3
2-18-54*
2-19-54*
12-18-61*
12-19-61*
1-2
T 4-4
L
L
H
H
12-28-65
1-11-02*
1-12-02*
L
H
H
2-7-58*
2-8-58*
2-4
3-7
6-4
7-6
A
A
H
H
ot
4-3
6-4
W
W
A
A
2-6-98*
2-7-98*
2-19-99*
2-20-99*
L
L
W
W
H
H
A
A
2-23-52*
2-24-52*
10-30-87
10-31-87
1-14-94*
1-15-94*
2-3-50
2-4-50
A
A
L
L
5-4
8-6
2-4
1-3
A
A
L
L
4-5 ot
4-10
Seven-time NCAA Champions: 1959, 1963, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 2000
H
H
A
A
T 3-3
5-2
6-1
9-3
ot
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
6-5
5-2
3-2
5-1
ot
W
W
W
5-4
T 1-1
7-2
5-4
W
W
6-4
2-1
L
L
2-3-06*
2-4-06*
A
A
5-2
1-4
L
L
2-3
2-1
1-2
0-1
L
4-2
2-3
W
A
A
W
ot
Denver
UND leads 124-107-7
Home: 76-39-4
Away: 47-62-3
Neutral: 1-6-0
Date
Site
W-L-T Score Playoffs
2-1-50
A
W
18-3
No meetings in 1950-51
2-19-52*
2-20-52*
ot
W
1-8-53*
1-9-53*
12-25-53*
12-26-53*
A
A
H
H
A
A
W
L
5-4
0-6
W
W
4-3
2-1
W
W
9-5
7-2
ot
49
Records vs. current WCHA opponents
12-13-54*
12-14-54*
2-5-55*
2-7-55*
1-5-56*
1-6-56*
2-6-56*
2-7-56*
H
H
L
W
A
A
L
L
A
A
L
L
H
H
W
W
1-18-57*
1-19-57*
2-22-57*
2-23-57*
H
H
W
W
W
2-3-58*
2-4-58*
3-5-58*
3-7-58*
3-15-58
H
H
12-15-58
12-16-58
2-27-59
2-28-59
12-11-59*
12-12-59*
1-26-60*
1-27-60*
12-12-60*
12-13-60*
1-13-61*
1-14-61*
1-5-62*
1-6-62*
1-12-62*
1-13-62*
1-25-63*
1-26-63*
2-12-63*
2-15-63*
3-9-63
3-16-63
A
A
L
W
N
H
H
L
W
W
W
A
A
L
H
H
L
L
A
A
W
L
H
H
L
L
L
L
A
A
A
A
L
L
H
H
W
L
H
H
W
W
A
A
A
L
L
L
N W
H
H
1-15-65*
1-16-65*
2-17-65*
2-19-65*
H
H
L
L
L
L
A
A
A
A
W
W
A
A
W
L
A
A
W
W
H
H
L
W
A
12-9-66*
12-10-66*
2-1-67*
2-2-67*
3-11-67
H
H
11-17-67*
11-18-67*
2-16-68*
2-17-68*
3-16-68
H
H
11-15-68*
11-16-68*
2-4-69*
2-7-69*
H
H
12-19-69*
12-20-69*
1-9-70*
1-10-70*
H
H
12-4-70*
12-5-70*
1-1-71*
1-2-71*
H
H
12-3-71*
12-4-71*
H
H
50
W
W
A
A
12-7-63*
12-8-63*
1-31-64*
2-1-64*
3-12-64
3-13-64
12-17-65*
12-18-65*
2-25-66*
2-26-66*
3-5-66
L
L
W
L
A
A
A
W
L
W
L
N
A
A
A
A
L
W
W
W
L
W
W
4-3
4-3
6-4
2-6
NCAA
ot
3-4
2-4
4-2
4-5
7-4
3-1
1-3
2-3
4-5
6-5
T 1-1
1-6
1-2
2-4
2-6
T 3-3
L
W
L
L
L
5-4
1-6
5-10
3-5
L
L
L
5-4
0-3
1-4
2-8
W
A
A
L
W
A
A
L
W
A
A
4-3
3-7
L
L
L
A
A
A
A
L
L
L
L
9-6
7-6
2-5
3-4
3-8
2-7
A
A
L
L
W
H
H
W
W
H
H
W
H
H
W
W
L
A
A
W
11-9-79*
11-10-79*
2-8-80*
2-9-80*
ot WCHA
NCAA
ot
WCHA
WCHA
ot WCHA
WCHA
NCAA
ot
ot
1-9-81*
1-10-81*
2-13-81*
2-14-81*
11-27-81*
11-28-81*
1-8-82*
1-9-82*
2-26-82*
2-27-82*
3-9-82
3-10-82
11-5-82*
11-6-82*
12-10-82*
12-11-82*
1-7-83*
1-8-83*
11-11-83*
11-12-83*
12-2-83*
12-3-83*
1-13-84*
1-14-84*
11-2-84*
11-3-84*
2-8-85*
2-9-85*
3-1-85
3-2-85
A
A
W
W
W
W
4-3
3-0
7-1
5-2
H
H
H
H
A
A
H
H
H
H
W
L
A
A
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
A
A
H
H
H
H
2-7-86*
2-8-86*
A
A
10-17-86*
10-18-86*
2-13-87*
2-14-87*
A
A
H
H
H
H
8-4
5-3
11-26-88*
11-27-88*
H
H
L
L
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
A
A
11-20-87*
11-21-87*
1-22-88*
1-23-88*
W
W
W
W
W
A
A
A
A
2-4
10-4
6-3
6-7
T 4-4
W
8-6
W
5-2
L
2-3
A
A
L
ot
WCHA
WCHA
W
W
W
5-4
T 4-4
L
3-4
L
4-6
W
7-1
W
8-4
11-17-89*
11-18-89*
12-15-89*
12-16-89*
H
H
A
A
11-13-92*
11-14-92*
2-5-93*
2-6-93*
H
H
H
H
A
A
10-18-96*
10-19-96*
2-28-97*
3-1-97*
H
H
11-21-97*
11-22-97*
2-21-98*
2-22-98*
H
H
5-7
3-2
2-3
2-5
W
W
WCHA
WCHA
WCHA
4-3
3-6
2-3
3-4
L
L
3-2
6-2
3-6
0-5
12-5-98*
12-6-98*
2-12-99*
2-13-99*
3-20-99
WCHA
WCHA
12-10-99*
12-11-99*
3-10-00**
3-11-00**
3-12-00**
A
A
H
H
W
W
W
W
4-3
6-1
6-4
7-3
W
W
W
W
6-4
5-3
7-3
11-4
3-4
N
H
H
H
H
H
11-3-00*
11-4-00*
2-16-01*
2-17-01*
H
H
3-1-02*
3-2-02*
H
H
2-14-03*
2-15-03*
3-14-03
3-15-03
3-16-03
H
H
H
L
W
L
W
L
W
A
A
W
W
1-19-51
1-20-51
1-8-52*
1-9-52*
1-18-52*
1-19-52*
1-1-53*
1-2-53*
1-15-53*
1-16-53*
ot
1-14-54*
1-15-54*
1-28-54*
1-29-54*
W
ot
ot
ot
ot
A
A
2-4-05*
2-5-05*
3-18-05
4-9-05
H
H
5-4
2-4
3-4
4-2
10-28-05*
10-29-05*
2-24-06*
2-25-06*
H
H
WCHA
WCHA
ot
W
L
L
W
W
A
A
W
W
W
WCHA
WCHA
WCHA
WCHA
ot
T 3-3
1-2
1-4
3-2
3-2
ot
N
N
L
L
L
L
W
L
A
A
ot
N
H
H
W
L
2-4
2-4
1-2
1-4
3-1
2-7
6-2
3-7
H
H
A
A
H
H
H
H
A
A
A
A
H
H
1-14-55*
1-15-55*
2-14-55*
2-15-55*
H
H
1-13-56*
1-14-56*
2-17-56*
2-18-56*
H
H
1-4-57*
1-5-57*
2-15-57*
2-16-57*
3-11-57
3-12-57
3-4
4-3
8-2
6-2
6-1
T 1-1
L
0-1
A
A
L
L
W
3-6
2-5
6-5
W
W
5-4
5-3
W
W
5-2
5-4
W
W
W
W
8-4
5-2
11-2
9-1
W
W
W
W
10-0
7-2
5-4 ot
6-5 ot
W
W
W
W
5-0
5-0
4-0
7-0
W
A
A
3-1
T 1-1 ot
W
4-3 ot
L
3-10
ot
ot
L
W-L-T Score Playoffs
L
6-7 ot
7-3
5-4
5-2
W
W
W
A
H
H
2-18-50
2-19-50
ot
7-3
2-7
4-0
1-2
9-4
5-2
7-4
T 3-3
3-0
UND leads 128-87-8
Home: 71-30-4
Away: 55-54-4
Neutral: 2-4-0
Site
Date
1-16-48
H
1-17-48
H
2-20-48
A
2-21-48
A
1-8 -49
2-18-49
2-19-49
6-4
2-7
1-4
3-1
L
L
L
W
W
A
A
5-2
11-5
4-1
5-2
L
L
L
L
L
A
A
W
W
W
W
W
3-6
3-7
4-5
5-6
W
A
A
W
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
H
H
Michigan Tech
ot
10-5
5-4
6-1
7-6 ot
W
A
A
H
H
L
5-3
8-1
9-7
4-7
W
W
W
W
A
A
12-15-95*
12-16-95*
1-20-96*
1-21-96*
3-5
8-3
8-9
3-4
W
W
W
A
A
3-6
7-3
W
L
6-7
3-2
7-1
4-5
3-4
L
L
W
A
A
11-21-03*
11-22-03*
1-30-04*
1-31-04*
3-27-04
L
L
L
H
H
H
H
10-29-93*
10-30-93*
2-4-94*
2-5-94*
L
W
W
A
A
10-18-91*
10-19-91*
12-6-91*
12-7-91*
11-4-94*
11-5-94*
2-10-95*
2-11-95*
2-4
7-5
7-2
4-1
7-2
7-2
W
H
H
H
ot
6-3
3-7
6-4
5-4
8-4
3-4
4-3
5-2
9-0
4-3
2-3
6-2
6-5
7-6
12-9-88*
12-10-88*
2-25-89
2-26-89
2-27-89
10-12-90*
10-13-90*
2-8-91*
2-9-91*
3-10
3-8
8-6
3-4 ot
7-3
8-5
4-5
11-5
L
ot
4-5
4-2
4-8
5-4
4-8
2-7
4-2
6-7
H
H
ot
ot
5-3
2-4
4-3
4-9
3-2
3-2
3-2
2-6
6-5
H
H
1-23-76*
1-24-76*
2-27-76*
2-28-76*
W
H
H
11-1-74*
11-2-74*
1-10-75*
1-11-75*
12-1-78*
12-2-78*
1-12-79*
1-13-79*
4-2
5-4
4-5
5-3
4-3
4-3
2-7
9-1
4-5
A
A
H
H
12-2-77*
12-3-77*
1-6-78*
1-7-78*
2-7
1-5
1-15
2-6
A
A
11-9-73*
11-10-73*
2-8-74*
2-9-74*
10-29-76*
10-30-76*
2-4-77*
2-5-77*
3-9-77
3-10-77
3-6
2-5
6-5
1-8
L
L
L
A
A
9-0
2-1
3-4
4-1
2-6
4-3
7-6
0-6
3-4
W
W
12-2-72*
12-3-72*
1-19-73*
1-20-73*
2-1
7-1
5-2
1-3
L
L
L
W
W
2-4-72*
2-5-72*
3-6
1-3
6-2
8-6
1-5
3-1
0-7
2-8
0-4
W
A
A
4-8
4-3
2-9
1-7
WCHA
ot WCHA
ot WCHA
1-3-58*
1-4-58*
2-28-58*
3-1-58*
L
L
L
L
A
A
A
A
H
H
W
L
W
W
A
A
A
A
L
L
H
H
W
W
W
W
1-2-59
1-3-59
2-6-59
2-7-59
H
H
W
12-4-59*
12-5-59*
2-19-60*
2-20-60*
3-11-60
3-12-60
H
H
11-25-60*
11-26-60*
12-2-60*
12-3-60*
H
H
1-19-62*
1-20-62*
2-2-62*
2-3-62*
H
H
1-4-63*
1-5-63*
2-8-63*
2-9-63*
3-7-63
3-8-63
H
H
L
W
W
WCHA
WCHA
2-3
2-1
3-4
4-0
L
L
3-2
1-4
2-3
6-4
2-4
4-5
A
A
L
L
L
6-4
1-8
2-7
3-5
A
A
L
L
L
L
1-2
2-3
2-6
2-6
L
L
4-2
T 3-3
0-3
1-5
2-0
6-1
A
A
A
A
ot
7-2
0-6
8-7
4-3
2-4
4-5
9-1
3-2
6-4
6-4
L
A
A
3-5
2-5
2-6
4-5
L
L
W
W
WCHA
WCHA
ot
ot
NCAA
ot WCHA
NCAA
2-7-64*
2-8-64*
2-14-64*
2-15-64*
W
A
A
H
H
W
W
A
A
H
H
L
W
L
W
ot
WCHA
WCHA
0-3
3-2
1-2
4-1
4-6
3-5
Thirteen-time WCHA Champions: 1958, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004
Records vs. current WCHA opponents
12-4-64*
12-5-64*
12-18-64*
12-19-64*
3-13-65
1-7-66*
1-8-66*
1-14-66*
1-15-66*
12-2-66*
12-3-66*
3-3-67*
3-4-67*
12-21-67
1-12-68*
1-13-68*
2-9-68*
2-10-68*
3-8-68
3-9-68
1-17-69*
1-18-69*
2-14-69*
2-15-69*
2-13-70*
2-14-70*
2-27-70*
2-28-70*
3-13-70
1-8-71*
1-9-71*
2-19-71*
2-20-71*
3-12-71
2-18-72*
2-19-72*
3-3-72*
3-4-72*
1-5-73*
1-6-73*
2-16-73*
2-17-73*
A
A
H
H
H
W
W
L
H
H
L
L
A
A
W
L
H
H
W
W
2-3
2-4
2-1
6-3
4-6
1-2
3-4
5-4
1-4
4-3
2-3
W
3-1
W
5-2
L
3-4
T 0-0
W
3-2
ot
N W
A
A
L
W
W
H
H
L
H
H
T 2-2
4-6
2-7
W
7-3
L
3-5
A
A
L
L
L
L
H
H
N W
H
H
W
W
W
W
A
A
A
A
L
N
N
L
L
L
L
A
A
A
A
H
H
H
H
11-25-77*
11-26-77*
2-17-78*
2-18-78*
3-10-78
3-11-78
H
H
10-27-78*
10-28-78*
1-26-79*
1-27-79*
H
H
11-2-79*
11-3-79*
2-1-80*
2-2-80*
H
H
2-20-81*
2-21-81*
3-7-81
3-8-81
H
H
1-25-85*
1-26-85*
H
H
11-2-90*
11-3-90*
1-4-91*
1-5-91*
ot
A
A
WCHA
WCHA
2-5
8-5
2-12
2-5
L
L
W
W
L
W
6-2
7-6
3-4
6-3
A
A
A
A
0-7
5-4
L
4-8
L
4-7
T 2-2
L
2-3
W
W
A
A
L
W
W
A
A
W
L
L
L
A
A
W
W
4-2
3-5
4-7
1-4
8-0
4-2
H
H
A
A
W
W
H
H
L
L
A
A
A
W
L
W
H
H
W
W
N
L
A
A
W
A
A
W
H
H
L
L
W
W
A
A
W
L
11-22-91*
11-23-91*
1-31-92*
2-1-92*
H
H
W
W
10-30-92*
10-31-92*
2-26-93*
2-27-93*
H
H
10-25-96*
10-26-96*
2-7-97*
2-8-97*
3-7-97
3-8-97
1-16-98*
1-17-98*
Minnesota
8-1
2-3
UND trails 117-128-11
Home: 63-52-7
Away: 48-70-4
Neutral: 6-6-0
Site
W-L-T Score Playoffs
Date
1-23-48
H
W
5-3
1-24-48
H
L
4-7 ot
5-8
4-3
11-2
11-2
4-3
5-2
3-4
4-5
5-4
3-6
4-3
ot
ot
WCHA
WCHA
WCHA
A
A
L
L
L
A
A
A
A
H
H
A
A
H
H
W
W
L
2-2-51
2-3-51
3-2-51
3-3-51
1-25-52*
1-26-52*
2-15-52*
2-16-52*
L
H
H
H
H
H
H
W
W
W
W
W
W
1-7-55*
1-8-55*
3-4-55*
3-5-55*
1-27-56*
1-28-56*
3-2-56*
3-3-56*
3-7
5-2
7-3
4-3
4-2
7-2
4-1
3-0
W
W
1-7-54*
1-8-54*
2-4-54*
2-5-54*
5-6
5-2
5-1
1-4
7-3
5-6
L
1-29-53*
1-30-53*
2-5-53*
2-6-53*
6-1
5-2
3-6
6-9
W
W
A
A
4-2
2-6
T 3-3
5-2
5-3
4-3
4-3
3-2
1-11-57*
1-12-57*
1-25-57*
1-26-57*
WCHA
WCHA
6-2
6-3
2-5-99*
2-6-99*
A
A
W
W
9-3
3-1
1-28-00*
1-29-00*
A
A
W
W
5-0
11-1
10-20-00*
10-21-00*
2-23-01*
2-24-01*
WCHA
ot WCHA
1-25-02*
1-26-02*
2-15-02*
2-16-02*
2-7-03*
2-8-03*
1-16-04*
1-17-04*
3-5-04*
3-6-04*
3-12-04
3-13-04
ot
WCHA
WCHA
H
H
L
W
A
A
A
A
H
H
H
H
W
W
W
W
W
L
A
A
H
H
H
H
W
W
W
W
W
W
1-15-60*
1-16-60*
2-12-60*
2-13-60*
4-5
5-2
T 2-2
3-1
11-26-04*
11-27-04*
A
A
W
W
6-3
3-2
12-2-05*
12-3-05*
3-3-06*
3-4-06*
A
A
W
W
W
W
6-1
8-2
4-0
6-0
H
H
2-3-61*
2-4-61*
3-3-61*
3-4-61*
8-0
2-5
8-4
4-0
5-1
5-1
6-2
4-3
1-17-58*
1-18-58*
2-14-58*
2-15-58*
1-30-59
1-31-59
2-20-59
2-21-59
5-1
5-3
12-2
4-3
W
H
H
W
W
A
A
A
H
H
1-7-50
7-4
3-5
9-2
7-3
W
W
W
W
1-21-49
1-22-49
1-28-49
1-29-49
1-6-50
1-13-50
1-14-50
2-1
10-2
5-6 2ot
5-1
4-6
ot
5-3
4-1
3-7
5-4
4-3
L
3-5
T 3-3
L
4-6
L
W
W
W
W
2-24-96*
2-25-96*
L
W
L
A
A
1-6-95*
1-7-95*
5-7
1-8
1-4
0-10
L
W
H
H
12-3-93*
12-4-93*
2-18-94*
2-19-94*
5-11
4-1
5-3
8-6
2-8
3-8
4-6
1-6
11-3-89*
11-4-89*
2-16-90*
2-17-90*
A
A
ot
2-6
2-6
1-8
2-3
6-4
L
L
L
L
W
A
A
WCHA
WCHA
10-3
5-3
6-5
4-3
W
W
W
H
H
12-3-76*
12-4-76*
1-7-77*
1-8-77*
11-18-88*
11-19-88*
12-30-88
1-13-89*
1-14-89*
L
L
A
A
A
H
H
3-4
6-5
4-3
3-7
11-7-86*
11-8-86*
1-23-87*
1-24-87*
10-9-87*
10-10-87*
12-11-87*
12-12-87*
2-26-88
2-27-88
2-28-88
L
A
A
A
A
10-31-75*
11-1-75*
2-20-76*
2-21-76*
WCHA
ot
L
L
H
H
10-25-85*
10-26-85*
3-2
4-3
3-6
3-9
A
A
11-23-73*
11-24-73*
2-15-74*
2-16-74*
11-29-74*
11-30-74*
1-17-75*
1-18-75*
L
L
WCHA
ot WCHA
H
H
N W
6-5
L
L
L
W
A
A
A
A
L
L
W
W
H
H
H
H
A
A
A
A
H
H
W
W
A
A
H
H
L
L
L
W
L
L
W
A
A
H
H
A
A
H
H
A
A
L
W
W
W
L
W
W
W
L
H
H
W
W
W
H
H
W
L
A
A
A
A
A
A
L
L
L
A
A
A
A
ot
3-2
3-4
1-4
7-1
5-7
5-3
4-1
6-5
ot
3-9
4-1
6-5
5-1
W
W
W
W
6-4
3-2
4-3
4-3
W
2-4
4-5
3-5
3-1
W
W
W
W
5-4
3-1
6-0
5-4
N
L
L
L
W
4-6
1-3
4-5
6-2
1-6
4-2
A
W
W
W
W
W
5-4
3-2
3-2
3-2
7-2
A
A
W
W
4-1
5-1
2-3
0-3
H
H
A
A
W
L
H
A
A
H
H
H
H
L
L
A
A
N W
W
L
H
H
W
W
A
A
W
L
H
H
W
L
A
A
W
N
A
A
H
H
12-5-75*
12-6-75*
3-5-76*
3-6-76*
H
H
11-19-76*
11-20-76*
3-4-77*
3-5-77*
H
H
11-11-77*
11-12-77*
3-3-78*
3-4-78*
H
H
5ot
4-3
2-5
5-3
0-1
ot
L
7-3
4-3
4-2
1-5
A
A
L
L
6-2
T 2-2
2-3
2-5
A
A
L
L
L
L
3-7
3-11
1-2
1-2
A
A
L
L
L
L
4-5
0-5
0-7
2-5
L
2-4
6-3
3-5
5-1
H
H
11-8-74*
11-9-74*
2-7-75*
2-8-75*
5-4
3-2
2-5
6-2
5-3
4-1
0-6
T 3-3
L
0-2
L
2-5
W
W
W
H
H
H
H
WCHA
L
H
H
11-16-73*
11-17-73*
1-4-74*
1-5-74*
WCHA
ot
W
A
A
W
L
W
ot
WCHA
ot
ot
3-4
6-2
6-5
5-2
2-9
4-3
4-6
3-4
1-14-72*
1-15-72*
2-25-72*
2-26-72*
1-12-73*
1-13-73*
2-9-73*
2-10-73*
4-0
3-5
4-8
0-7
1-4
5-4
3-2
6-5
L
L
L
1-29-71*
1-30-71*
2-12-71*
2-13-71*
3-13-71
6-4
5-3
0-6
7-0
W
W
W
H
H
H
H
T 2-2
0-5
3-5
2-8
W
W
A
A
H
H
L
L
L
1-5-68*
1-6-68*
2-2-68*
2-3-68*
12-5-69*
12-6-69*
2-20-70*
2-21-70*
5-1
3-5
2-9
6-4
7-5
2-5
0-3
1-3
1-6-67*
1-7-67*
2-10-67*
2-11-67*
3-7-67
12-21-68
1-3-69*
1-4-69*
1-10-69*
1-11-69*
8-4
2-7
2-5
2-3
L
L
L
L
H
H
1-11-63*
1-12-63*
2-22-63*
2-23-63*
Seven-time NCAA Champions: 1959, 1963, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 2000
7-3
3-2
8-5
W
H
H
H
H
1-29-65*
1-30-65*
2-26-65*
2-27-65*
W
W
W
A
A
2-9-62*
2-10-62*
2-23-62*
2-24-62*
2-28-64*
2-29-64*
3-6-64*
3-7-64*
L
L
4-3 ot
6-4
5-12
6-7
12-29-65
2-4-66*
2-5-66*
2-18-66*
2-19-66*
3-3-66
ot
ot
ot
ot
ot
ot
A
A
W
L
L
L
A
A
12-15-78*
12-16-78*
3-2-79*
3-3-79*
3-24-79
H
H
11-30-79*
12-1-79*
2-15-80*
2-16-80*
H
H
10-24-80*
10-25-80*
1-30-81*
1-31-81*
H
H
L
L
W
L
W
L
L
A
A
W
N
A
A
11-20-81*
11-21-81*
1-22-82*
1-23-82*
H
H
12-3-82*
12-4-82*
2-11-83*
2-12-83*
H
H
L
W
W
W
W
W
A
A
W
L
L
W
W
A
A
7-8
3-6
6-2
2-4
ot
4-1
3-6
2-5
4-2
3-4
NCAA
6-3
7-6
5-3
6-2
L
L
A
A
4-3
2-3
4-7
6-8
W
L
L
L
8-9
3-4 ot
2-1
3-11
5-2
5-7
3-1
4-1
5-4
2-5
2-5
1-2
51
Records vs. current WCHA opponents
11-18-83*
11-19-83*
3-2-84
3-3-84
1-20-84*
1-21-84*
2-17-84*
2-18-84*
A
A
L
L
H
H
W
W
A
A
W
L
L
L
H
H
12-14-84*
12-15-84*
2-22-85*
2-23-85*
H
H
11-15-85*
11-16-85*
2-21-86*
2-22-86*
H
H
W
L
L
L
L
7-4
2-3
3-6
0-6
W
W
A
A
11-14-86*
11-15-86*
3-13-87
3-14-87
H
H
W
W
4-1
1-4
5-3
5-3
1-9-87*
1-10-87*
H
H
W
W
5-2
4-2
10-16-87*
10-17-87*
1-8-88*
1-9-88*
10-29-88*
10-30-88*
2-10-89*
2-11-89*
A
A
W
L
H
H
L
L
L
L
A
A
A
A
L
L
H
H
10-27-89*
10-28-89*
1-26-90*
1-27-90*
H
H
11-30-90*
12-1-90*
3-11-90
H
H
W
N
L
L
6-1
3-6
4-5
1-4
5-11
11-29-91*
11-30-91*
3-6-92*
3-7-92*
3-13-92
3-14-92
3-15-92
A
A
L
L
L
L
2-4
2-8
1-10
3-5
5-3
2-9
1-3
12-9-95*
12-10-95*
2-2-96*
2-3-96*
11-8-96*
11-9-96*
1-31-97*
2-1-97*
3-15-97
10-31-97*
11-1-97*
2-14-98*
2-15-98*
H
H
A
A
A
A
A
H
H
W
L
L
W
L
L
W
A
A
L
L
A
A
L
L
5-6
0-3
T 3-3
L
2-7
H
H
H
H
T 4-4
W
4-3
A
T 3-3
A
T 5-5
N
L
2-3
A
A
H
H
L
L
W
W
A
A
H
H
L
L
W
W
N W
A
A
H
H
8-4
4-8
1-6
6-2
4-6
4-5
L
W
W
W
L
L
L
L
L
A
A
A
A
W
H
H
L
4-2
3-6
L
L
7-3
5-3
4-2
1-2
4-5
W
W
W
A
A
N
W
L
N W
N W
A
A
5-7
4-3
1-2
4-6
3-4
2-7
3-4
L
L
L
W
WCHA
WCHA
WCHA
WCHA
ot
ot
WCHA
ot WCHA
WCHA
4-2
0-6
4-2
4-2
WCHA
NCAA
3-4
3-4
1-6
4-2
W-L-T
W
W
W
W
Score Playoffs
11-0
8-2
15-2
9-2
11-25-55
11-26-55
W
W
3-1
6-0
1-10-58
1-11-58
WCHA
ot WCHA
ot
WCHA
2-4
1-6
8-2
7-5
H
H
1-9-59
1-10-59
W
W
A
A
12-18-59
12-19-59
H
H
W
11-30-62
12-1-62
12-18-62
12-19-62
H
H
W
W
12-21-63
12-20-63
2-21-64
2-22-64
11-27-64
11-28-64
2-12-65
2-13-65
2-3
6-10
6-4
6-2
4-3 ot WCHA
11-26-65*
11-27-65*
2-11-66*
2-12-66*
5-6
3-2
4-2
5-3
11-25-66*
11-26-66*
1-13-67*
1-14-67*
4-2
4-1
L
A
A
A
A
H
H
A
A
H
H
W
W
W
W
W
5-2
2-1
8-5
5-0
W
W
5-4
6-5
5-7
9-3
L
W
H
H
W
W
L
W
A
A
H
H
W
W
L
W
A
A
2-3
13-2
4-1
7-1
1-4
7-3
L
A
A
H
H
5-1
7-2
W
W
W
W
L
W
11-21-69*
11-22-69*
12-26-69*
12-27-69*
H
H
11-20-70*
11-21-70*
2-25-71*
2-26-71*
H
H
11-19-71*
11-20-71*
2-11-72*
2-12-72*
H
H
11-17-72*
11-18-72*
12-16-72*
12-17-72*
4-1
7-4
6-2
5-4
W
4-3
0-3
2-5
4-5
H
H
H
H
L
W
A
A
12-13-74*
12-14-74*
2-28-75*
3-1-75*
W
W
L
A
A
H
H
11-21-75*
11-22-75*
2-6-76*
2-7-76*
L
L
L
L
A
A
L
W
L
W
W
W
W
W
A
A
L
L
10-10-86*
10-11-86*
2-6-87*
2-7-87*
2-28-87
3-1-87
A
A
W
H
H
W
W
A
A
11-3-78*
11-4-78*
2-2-79*
2-3-79*
H
H
12-7-79*
12-8-79*
1-18-80*
1-19-80*
H
H
A
A
11-6-81*
11-7-81*
12-11-81*
12-12-81*
2-12-82*
2-13-82*
H
H
H
H
10-29-82*
10-30-82*
1-21-83*
1-22-83*
2-18-83*
2-19-83*
H
H
4-3
4-3
2-4
2-5
L
L
5-2
9-6
5-8
3-7
L
L
W
L
L
W
L
A
A
H
H
11-10-89*
11-11-89*
2-9-90*
2-10-90*
3-1-90
3-2-90
1-6
5-4
8-6
4-2
L
W
A
A
11-7-80*
11-8-80*
2-27-81*
2-28-81*
10-8-88
11-4-88*
11-5-88*
2-3-89*
2-4-89*
2-3
4-3
5-7
3-2
5-4
2-4
6-2
2-5
L
W
H
H
4-5
6-5
6-3
3-5
1-6
2-3
T 6-6
L
5-7
H
H
11-4-77*
11-5-77*
2-3-78*
2-4-78*
10-23-87*
10-24-87*
2-19-88*
2-20-88*
3-7-88
L
L
A
A
L
W
W
W
W
L
L
L
A
A
W
L
A
A
A
A
A
A
W
W
W
W
L
L
L
W
L
W
5-3
4-5
4-5
7-2
ot
ot
4-5
2-4
6-4
4-7
ot
4-5
4-3
7-3
5-1
ot
ot
5-4
3-7
3-7
6-7
ot
H
H
6-3
6-2
2-3
4-2
12-7-84*
12-8-84*
3-8-85
3-9-85
H
H
4-1
4-3
2-3
6-3
10-18-85*
10-19-85*
1-10-86*
1-11-86*
H
H
ot
2-3
3-4
0-3
3-2
2-5
5-2
ot
ot
WCHA
WCHA
ot NCAA
L
A
A
A
A
3-4
W
6-5
T 4-4
L
4-6
L
L
L
W
4-5
1-4
3-4
8-7
WCHA
WCHA
W
W
N W
H
H
A
A
H
H
A
A
A
A
11-6-92*
11-7-92*
1-29-93*
1-30-93*
H
H
11-19-93*
11-20-93*
3-4-94*
3-5-94*
H
H
11-18-94*
11-19-94*
1-27-95*
1-28-95*
H
H
A
A
L
L
L
L
W
A
A
L
L
A
A
H
H
10-30-98*
10-31-98*
1-29-99*
1-30-99*
H
H
W
W
L
W
L
W
W
W
A
A
A
A
H
H
H
H
A
A
H
H
H
2-22-02*
2-23-02*
3-1-03*
3-2-03*
3-20-03
H
H
10-4-03
12-12-03*
12-13-03*
2-27-04*
2-28-04*
H
H
H
3-5
5-3
1-3
2-3
8-0
3-4
6-3
0-7
W
W
W
W
6-3
5-4
10-0
4-1
W
W
W
W
5-3
5-2
6-2
4-3
2-3
6-2
4-0
L
L
W
L
L
N
A
A
6-5
9-7
4-6
3-6
3-0
4-1
4-3
T 2-2
W
W
A
A
W
W
W
W
W
ot
8-4
4-3
W
A
A
2-5
5-6
6-2
1-5
6-5
T 4-4
5-3
L
3-5
W
W
H
H
11-14-97*
11-15-97*
2-27-98*
2-28-98*
3-7
2-4
10-7
5-7
L
L
A
A
ot
L
L
W
W
WCHA
4-6
5-3
11-2
4-3 ot
L
W
ot
L
W
A
A
WCHA
WCHA
3-2 ot
6-4
5-3
5-4
11-3
WCHA
2-1
WCHA
W
W
W
A
A
4-6
5-8
4-3
6-3
6-0
T 2-2
W
4-1
L
2-4
W
5-4
L
2-5
W
W
W
W
W
W
H
H
H
H
6-2
7-1
5-0
9-3
5-3
8-1
L
L
N
11-15-91*
11-16-91*
2-14-92*
2-15-92*
11-17-00*
11-18-00*
2-2-01*
2-3-01*
3-9-01
3-10-01
3-11-01
W
W
A
A
A
A
H
H
H
H
12-3-99*
12-4-99*
2-18-00*
2-19-00*
W
W
W
W
W
W
A
A
11-29-96*
11-30-96*
4-1
4-5
4-1
7-4
4-3 ot
11-3
6-4
7-2
L
1-4
T 4-4
L
1-8
W
5-4
N
L
1-2
A
A
H
H
H
H
11-16-90*
11-17-90*
2-15-91*
2-16-91*
11-3-95*
11-4-95*
1-26-96*
1-27-96*
ot
10-28-83*
10-29-83*
1-27-84*
1-28-84*
3-10-84
3-11-84
3-22-84
5-4
7-5
2-3
5-2
W
W
W
W
A
A
11-30-73*
12-1-73*
3-1-74*
3-2-74*
11-12-76*
11-13-76*
1-21-77*
1-22-77*
UND leads 124-69-7
Home: 71-30-1
Away: 52-37-5
Neutral: 1-2-1
Date
Site
11-26-54
H
11-27-54
H
12-29-54
A
12-30-54
A
H
H
A
A
H
H
WCHA
Minnesota Duluth
11-24-67*
11-25-67*
3-1-68*
3-2-68*
52
7-5
T 5-5
4-1
L
1-5
W
H
H
H
H
T 2-2
3-2
1-0
L
2-5
L
A
A
12-9-05*
12-10-05*
1-13-06*
1-14-06*
ot
W
H
5-6
T 4-4
L
4-5
W
7-4
L
L
W
A
A
1-10-03*
1-11-03*
11-7-03*
11-8-03*
1-23-04*
1-24-04*
3-20-04
W
W
H
H
H
H
L
L
11-11-94*
11-12-94*
2-24-95*
2-25-95*
3-16-95
WCHA
WCHA
10-5-01
1-5-02*
1-6-02*
2-8-02*
2-9-02*
3-8-02
3-9-02
A
A
11-28-68*
11-29-68*
2-28-69*
3-1-69*
T 4-4
5-3
5-4
6-5
6-2
W
W
W
N W
H
H
10-22-04*
10-23-04*
3-19-05
4-7-05
A
A
12-11-93*
12-12-93*
2-11-94*
2-12-94*
11-10-00*
11-11-00*
1-12-01*
1-13-01*
A
A
H
H
1-2
1-7
9-0
3-9
W
A
A
11-13-98*
11-14-98*
1-22-99*
1-23-99*
3-19-99
10-22-99*
10-23-99*
1-21-00*
1-22-00*
2-4
2-5
3-4
3-7
2-22-91*
2-23-91*
10-23-92*
10-24-92*
2-12-93*
2-13-93*
3-12-93
3-13-93
WCHA
WCHA
3-1
4-7
4-5
3-6
4-1
3-5
6-1
2-5
L
A
A
3-4
0-1
4-3
5-4
WCHA
WCHA
WCHA
2-3
5-3
T 3-3
2-3
1-2
ot
WCHA
3-2
5-4
6-3
4-1
2-1
ot
Thirteen-time WCHA Champions: 1958, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004
Records vs. current WCHA opponents
12-10-04*
12-11-04*
3-11-05
3-12-05
11-11-05*
11-12-05*
2-17-06*
2-18-06*
A
A
H
H
W
5-1
3-4
8-2
6-1
L
W
W
A
A
H
H
W
W
W
W
WCHA
WCHA
5-3
7-4
4-0
5-1
Minnesota State
UND leads 21-9-6
Home: 14-6-2
Away: 7-3-4
Neutral: 0-0-0
Date
Site
1-31-98
H
2-1-98
H
3-13-98
H
3-14-98
H
1-8-99
1-9-99
3-12-99
3-13-99
3-14-99
11-19-99*
11-20-99*
2-25-00*
2-26-00*
A
A
H
H
H
W
W
5-4
5-2
2-3 ot WCHA
3-2
WCHA
10-0
WCHA
L
H
H
W
A
A
A
A
11-16-01*
11-17-01*
11-30-01*
12-1-01*
A
A
11-29-02*
11-30-02*
2-21-03*
2-22-03*
Score Playoffs
6-3
8-6
5-2
WCHA
5-4
WCHA
W
W
10-27-00*
10-28-00*
1-19-01*
1-20-01*
W-L-T
W
W
W
W
L
W
6-3
T 2-2
L
4-6
L
0-6
T 3-3
5-1
W
H
H
A
A
2-20-04*
2-21-04*
A
A
10-15-04*
10-16-04*
1-7-05*
1-8-05*
A
A
H
H
1-20-06*
1-21-06*
3-10-06
3-11-06
3-12-06
H
H
H
H
H
T 6-6
W
5-4
L
1-2
L
4-5
W
W
W
W
ot
ot
W
W
6-3
4-2
2-3
4-1
3-0
L
W
W
12-8-89
12-9-89
12-29-89
12-30-89
H
H
10-26-90*
10-27-90*
1-25-91*
1-26-91*
3-1-91
3-2-91
3-3-91
H
H
11-8-91*
11-9-91*
1-25-92*
1-26-92*
W
W
A
A
W
W
W
W
H
H
11-12-93*
H
7-4
T 4-4
6-1
8-5
L
W
W
A
A
11-27-92*
11-28-92*
2-19-93*
2-20-93*
H
H
11-15-96*
11-16-96*
1-10-97*
1-11-97*
12-12-97*
12-13-97*
1-23-98*
1-24-98*
3-20-98
W
A
A
A
A
L
W
W
W
W
A
A
L
W
A
A
L
W
H
H
2-3
2-0
2-9
5-4
3-2
5-2
W
2-5
5-3
5-3
6-1
W
N W
2-1
2-5
2-6
6-2
4-3
H
H
W
W
W
W
4-3
7-4
4-2
5-2
11-5-99*
11-6-99*
2-4-00*
2-5-00*
3-17-00
H
H
W
W
1-26-01*
1-27-01*
3-17-01
H
H
A
A
L
L
A
A
WCHA
WCHA
3-2
T 4-4
4-2
6-3
W
W
H
H
6-0
4-3
A
L
0-3
A
T 1-1
N W
7-3
W
W
N
11-2-01*
11-3-01*
L
4-3
4-3
5-6
A
A
L
L
4-8
1-6
11-8-02*
11-9-02*
12-6-02*
12-7-02*
ot
ot WCHA
WCHA
WCHA
A
A
11-14-03*
11-15-03*
1-2-04*
1-3-04*
H
H
11-19-04*
11-20-04*
3-4-05*
3-5-05*
H
H
11-18-05*
11-19-05*
1-27-06*
1-28-06*
3-18-06
L
W
W
W
H
H
L
W
A
A
W
W
W
A
A
A
A
1-2
2-1
T 4-4
3-1
4-1
3-1
T 2-2
2-0
W
L
W
H
H
3-7
3-2
4-3
5-4
L
L
N W
2-3
3-2
1-2
1-2
5-3
L
L
W
L
W
L
L
L
A
A
W
6-2
9-3
4-3
8-1
2-4
10-2
7-4
3-7
3-7
6-4
2-3
4-3
4-7
1-4
2-5
ot
12-10-76*
12-11-76*
1-14-77*
1-15-77*
H
H
2-24-78*
2-25-78*
H
H
11-17-78*
11-18-78*
2-9-79*
2-10-79*
3-10-79
3-11-79
H
H
2-6-81*
2-7-81*
NCAA
ot
WCHA
ot WCHA
1-29-82*
1-30-82*
2-19-82*
2-20-82*
3-13-82
3-14-82
3-27-82
11-19-82*
11-20-82*
1-28-83*
1-29-83*
3-4-83
3-5-83
10-20-83*
10-21-83*
2-3-84*
2-4-84*
A
A
1-26-73*
1-27-73*
2-22-74*
2-23-74*
H
H
1-31-75*
2-1-75*
H
H
W
A
A
L
L
W
L
L
7-8
T 2-2
L
L
3-0
0-3
5-4
3-1
0-9
1-3
5-2
6-2
4-0
T 2-2
W
3-1
T 1-1
L
5-6
A
A
H
H
A
A
W
W
H
H
5-2
3-2
T 3-3
L
4-6
5-6
2-3
A
A
L
L
ot
11-22-85*
11-23-85*
1-17-86*
1-18-86*
3-1-86
3-2-86
1-8
2-6
8-2
6-4
2-6
5-6
WCHA
WCHA
ot
10-31-86*
11-1-86*
1-30-87*
1-31-87*
11-13-87*
11-14-87*
1-29-88*
1-30-88*
W
W
A
A
L
L
H
H
W
W
W
W
A
A
H
H
ot
WCHA
WCHA
NCAA
WCHA
3ot WCHA
ot
ot
A
A
WCHA
WCHA
9-4
6-2
5-4
2-1
W
L
L
L
4-3
4-5
3-4
4-5
L
L
L
2-5
2-5
1-2
L
L
2-3
2-4
L
H
H
10-27-95*
10-28-95*
2-9-96*
2-10-96*
3-1-96
3-2-96
H
H
1-17-97*
1-18-97*
H
H
L
L
3-7
5-4
1-4
5-4
1-6
2-4
L
L
3-2
5-2
2-4
1-5
W
L
W
A
A
12-9-94*
12-10-94*
2-3-95*
2-4-95*
12-5-97*
12-6-97*
3-6-98*
3-7-98*
3-21-98
ot
H
H
A
A
H
H
W
W
A
A
WCHA
WCHA
ot
W
W
L
L
12-11-98*
12-12-98*
2-27-99*
2-28-99*
A
A
L
L
L
L
H
H
L
W
A
A
W
W
W
H
H
L
L
N
H
H
W
W
A
A
12-28-99
1-14-00*
1-15-00*
3-18-00
A
A
A
L
W
W
L
L
N W
2-9-01*
2-10-01*
H
H
10-26-01*
10-27-01*
12-7-01*
12-8-01*
H
H
11-22-02*
11-23-02*
3-7-03*
3-8-03*
H
H
L
W
A
A
A
A
L
L
W
W
W
W
1-3
4-2
3-6
2-3
5-6
4-5
6-5
3-0
6-3
4-6
2-3
3-2
2-3
5-6
5-3
ot
ot
ot
T 3-3
T 4-4
ot
ot
1-5
6-4
6-7
1-3
3-4
2-5
11-12-04*
11-13-04*
2-26-05*
2-27-05*
3-17-05
A
A
L
L
0-1
2-5
4-2
T 1-1
3-2
W
N W
L
L
N W
WCHA
ot
2-0
3-2
5-2
5-0
L
L
H
H
WCHA
6-1
4-1
2-4
5-2
A
A
H
H
ot WCHA
2ot WCHA
2-5
8-6
2-6-04*
2-7-04*
11-4-05*
11-5-05*
3-17-06
ot
L
W
2-4
1-4
4-3
ot
ot
WCHA
WCHA
ot
WCHA
WCHA
WCHA
3-8
3-4
5-4
1-7
W
W
11-5-93*
11-6-93*
1-28-94*
1-29-94*
3-11-94
3-12-94
1-10
4-5
A
A
1-12
2-4
A
A
8-1
4-3
11-30-84*
12-1-84*
4-8
4-7
2-1
L
2-3
T 1-1
L
1-5
W
W
N W
11-11-88*
11-12-88*
3-6-88
A
A
N
11-23-90*
11-24-90*
12-29-90
2-1-91*
2-2-91*
3-11-91
H
H
1-2
3-1
7-3
7-4
4-2
T 7-7
L
H
H
11-14-69
11-15-69
11-26-71*
11-27-71*
3-10-72
3-11-72
5-7
4-2
W
H
H
H
H
H
H
L
L
L
L
L
A
A
12-1-89*
12-2-89*
2-23-90*
2-24-90*
A
A
2-6
6-11
6-7 ot
7-8 ot
W
W
W
W
H
H
ot
L
L
L
L
L
H
H
H
H
L
L
6-5
5-2
W
A
A
1-27-89*
1-28-89*
H
H
W
W
A
A
UND trails 55-76-10
Home: 29-32-7
Away: 21-41-3
Neutral: 5-3-0
Date
Site
W-L-T Score Playoffs
12-13-68
A
L
5-7
12-14-68
A
L
7-11
3-6-71*
3-7-71*
WCHA
WCHA
WCHA
A
A
2-29-80*
3-1-80*
ot
W-L-T Score Playoffs
L
1-8
A
A
H
H
11-10-95*
11-11-95*
1-5-96*
1-6-96*
L
ot
Wisconsin
W
H
H
H
H
H
A
A
ot
St. Cloud State
UND leads 43-25-6
Home: 23-11-2
Away: 17-13-4
Neutral: 3-1-0
Site
Date
1-6-47
H
11-25-94*
11-26-94*
1-20-95*
1-21-95*
3-10-95
3-11-95
2-3
T 5-5
L
0-6
2-9-76*
1-10-76*
L
ot
6-3
10-1
T 2-2
2-1
3-2
L
3-4
H
11-27-98*
11-28-98*
3-5-99*
3-6-99*
2-6
6-1
W
H
H
H
H
5-1
L
5-6
T 3-3
T 1-1
11-13-93*
1-21-94*
1-22-94*
ot
1-3-92*
1-4-92*
2-28-92*
2-29-92*
12-4-92*
12-5-92*
1-15-93*
1-16-93*
L
W
A
A
A
A
W
L
L
L
N
H
H
W
N W
H
H
L
A
A
4-2
2-6
2-3
3-5
6-2
5-2
L
L
4-9
5-2
2-8
2-4
L
L
L
3-2
2-10
2-3
2-5
W
A
A
H
H
5-7
9-5
T 5-5
L
5-4
WCHA
W
ot
ot
WCHA
ot
6-3
Seven-time NCAA Champions: 1959, 1963, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 2000
53
records vs. non-conference opponents
Series Records vs. Non-Conference Opponents
Air Force
Boston University
Canisius
UND leads 3-0-0
Home: 3-0-0, Away:
Date
Site
11-28-80
H
11-29-80
H
11-24-88
H
UND leads 11-6-1
Home: 5-0-1, Away: 4-5-0, Neutral: 2-1-0
Date
Site
W-L-T Score Playoffs
1-2-82
A
W
3-2 ot
1-4-85*
H
W
9-3
1-5-85*
H
W
5-2
1-24-86*
A
W
7-4
1-25-86*
A
W
8-3
1-4-87*
H
W
4-3
1-16-88*
A
L
2-4
1-9-89*
H
W
7-3
3-16-90
A
W
8-5
NCAA
3-17-90
A
L
3-5
NCAA
3-18-90
A
L
0-5
NCAA
10-23-93
A
L
3-6
10-20-95
A
L
5-8
12-27-96
H
W
6-4
12-28-96
H
T 2-2 ot
3-29-97
N W
6-4
NCAA
12-29-00
N
L
3-4
3-25-05
N W
4-0
NCAA
*WCHA-HEA games counted in WCHA standings from 1984-85 through 1988-89 seasons
UND leads 5-0-0
Home: 4-0-0, Away:
Date
Site
12-13-02
H
12-14-02
H
10-11-02
N
12-17-04
H
12-18-04
H
0-0-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
W-L-T Score Playoffs
W
7-1
W
8-1
W
8-1
Alabama-Huntsville
UND leads 2-0-0
Home: 2-0-0, Away:
Date
Site
10-13-89
H
10-14-89
H
0-0-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
W-L-T Score Playoffs
W
12-6
W
11-5
U. of Alberta
UND leads 5-1-0
Home: 5-1-0, Away:
Date
Site
2-3-65
H
2-4-65
H
12-29-72
H
12-30-72
H
10-22-76
H
10-23-76
H
0-0-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
W-L-T Score Playoffs
W
7-2
W
8-2
W
5-3
W
5-1
W
7-3
L
0-1
Alaska-Fairbanks
UND leads 4-2-0
Home: 2-2-0, Away:
Site
Date
1-5-90
H
1-6-90
H
11-1-91
A
11-2-91
A
1-2-94
H
1-3-94
H
2-0-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
W-L-T Score Playoffs
W
6-1
W
8-2
W
6-4
W
5-3
L
5-6 ot
L
3-5
Bottineau Ind.
UND leads 1-0-0
Home: 0-0-0, Away: 1-0-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
Date
Site
W-L-T Score Playoffs
2-23-47
A
W
7-4
Bowling Green
Fargo Independents
0-0-0, Neutral: 1-0-0
W-L-T Score Playoffs
W
6-0
W
8-2
W
8-0
W
5-1
W
4-1
Clarkson
UND leads 6-0-0
Home: 4-0-0, Away:
Date
Site
3-19-82
H
3-20-82
H
11-6-98
H
11-7-98
H
10-29-99
A
10-30-99
A
2-0-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
W-L-T Score Playoffs
W
5-1
NCAA
W
2-1
NCAA
W
6-2
W
5-1
W
4-1
W
6-5
Colgate
UND trails 0-1-0
Home: 0-0-0, Away: 0-0-0, Neutral: 0-1-0
Date
Site
W-L-T Score Playoffs
12-30-83
N
L
2-3
Cornell
UND leads 3-1-0
Home: 0-0-0, Away:
Date
Site
3-16-67
N
3-15-68
N
3-23-97
N
12-27-97
N
0-0-0, Neutral: 3-1-0
W-L-T Score Playoffs
L
0-1
NCAA
W
3-1
NCAA
W
6-2
NCAA
W
5-1
UND leads 1-0-0
Home: 0-0-0, Away: 0-0-0, Neutral: 1-0-0
Date
Site
W-L-T Score Playoffs
12-28-66
N W
7-3
UND leads 6-3-0
Home: 3-1-0, Away:
Date
Site
12-19-80
H
12-20-80
H
10-16-81
A
10-17-81
A
12-7-90
A
12-8-90
A
12-28-90
N
1-2-93
H
1-3-93
H
Bemidji State
Brandon College
Crookston Pirates
UND leads 11-1-1
Home: 8-1-1, Away:
Date
Site
2-6-70
H
2-7-70
H
12-12-70
H
1-19-71
H
3-3-00
H
3-4-00
H
3-2-01
A
3-3-01
A
12-28-02
H
1-28-05
H
1-29-05
H
12-16-05
A
12-17-05
H
UND leads 2-0-0
Home: 2-0-0, Away:
Date
Site
12-8-50
H
12-9-50
H
UND leads 1-0-0
Home: 0-0-0, Away: 1-0-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
Date
Site
W-L-T Score Playoffs
1-17-49
A
W
12-4
Army
3-0-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
W-L-T Score Playoffs
W
7-4
L
5-7
W
4-3
W
3-2 ot
W
9-2
W
6-3
W
5-1
W
6-3
W
4-3
T 3-3 ot
W
3-1
W
2-1
W
5-1
Boston College
UND leads 11-8-0
Home: 4-2-0, Away: 4-2-0, Neutral: 3-4-0
Date
Site
W-L-T Score Playoffs
12-29-59
A
W
5-3
3-14-63
A
W
8-2
NCAA
3-18-65
N
L
3-4
NCAA
1-5-84
N W
4-3 ot
10-26-84*
A
W
7-5
10-28-84*
A
L
3-4
12-27-85* H
L
2-3
12-28-85* H
W
4-3
1-2-87*
H
W
7-5
1-14-88*
A
W
2-1
1-7-89*
H
W
3-1
3-28-99
N
L
1-3
NCAA
4-8-00
N W
4-3
NCAA
4-7-01
N
L
2-3 ot NCAA
10-17-03
H
W
6-4
10-18-03
H
L
1-2
10-29-04
A
L
3-5
3-26-05
N W
6-3
NCAA
4-6-06
N
L
5-6
NCAA
*WCHA-HEA games counted in WCHA standings from 1984-85 through 1988-89 seasons.
54
2-2-0, Neutral: 1-0-0
W-L-T Score Playoffs
W
9-3
W
4-1
W
6-4
W
6-3
L
5-7
L
3-4
W
8-2
L
1-4
W
6-5 ot
0-0-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
W-L-T Score Playoffs
W
5-1
W
5-4
Brandon Wheat Kings
Series tied 3-3-0
Home: 3-3-0, Away:
Date
Site
3-3-50
H
3-4-50
H
11-29-63
H
11-30-63
H
11-20-64
H
11-21-64
H
0-0-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
W-L-T Score Playoffs
L
5-7
L
5-7
W
4-1
L
2-4
W
13-1
W
5-1
U. of British Columbia
UND trails 1-3-0
Home: 0-3-0, Away: 1-0-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
Date
Site
W-L-T Score Playoffs
10-21-77
A
W
5-4
10-22-77
H
L
5-7
10-8-82
H
L
3-4 ot
10-9-82
H
L
1-2
Brown
UND leads 2-0-0
Home: 1-0-0, Away:
Site
Date
3-20-65
N
12-27-02
H
Crookston Cathedral HS
Series tied 1-1-0
Home: 1-0-0, Away: 0-1-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
Site
W-L-T Score Playoffs
Date
2-10-47
H
W
3-2
2-13-47
A
L
1-2
Dartmouth
UND leads 4-0-0
Home: 2-0-0, Away:
Date
Site
3-23-79
N
3-27-80
N
12-19-95
H
12-20-95
H
0-0-0, Neutral: 2-0-0
W-L-T Score Playoffs
W
4-2
NCAA
W
4-1
NCAA
W
8-2
W
6-3
Des Moines
UND trails 0-1-0
Home: 0-0-0, Away: 0-1-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
Site
W-L-T Score Playoffs
Date
1-1-62
A
L
3-11
Estevan Bruins
UND leads 1-0-0
Home: 1-0-0, Away: 0-0-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
Date
Site
W-L-T Score Playoffs
11-19-60
H
W
6-1
Fargo Flyers
0-0-0, Neutral: 1-0-0
W-L-T Score Playoffs
W
9-5
NCAA
W
5-2
U. of Calgary
Series tied 1-1-0
Home: 1-1-0, Away: 0-0-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
Date
Site
W-L-T Score Playoffs
10-25-74
H
L
3-7
10-26-74
H
W
9-4
UND leads 2-1-0
Home: 1-1-0, Away:
Date
Site
1-18-47
A
1-20-47
H
2-19-47
H
1-0-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
W-L-T Score Playoffs
W
5-1
L
1-2
W
3-2
UND trails 0-1-0
Home: 0-0-0, Away: 0-0-0, Neutral: 0-1-0
Date
Site
W-L-T Score Playoffs
2-22-47
N
L
3-9
Ferris State
UND leads 5-1-0
Home: 4-0-0, Away:
Site
Date
12-18-81
H
12-19-81
H
12-18-94
H
12-19-94
H
12-28-97
N
3-28-03
N
0-0-0, Neutral: 1-1-0
W-L-T Score Playoffs
W
5-2
W
6-2
W
8-6
W
5-2
W
6-3
L
2-5
NCAA
Findlay
UND leads 1-0-0
Home: 1-0-0, Away: 0-0-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
Date
Site
W-L-T Score Playoffs
12-27-03
H
W
3-1
Flin Flon Bombers
UND trails 0-1-0
Home: 0-1-0, Away: 0-0-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
Date
Site
W-L-T Score Playoffs
2-2-52
H
L
6-7
Fort Frances
UND trails 1-3-0
Home: 1-1-0, Away: 0-2-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
Date
Site
W-L-T Score Playoffs
12-14-53
H
L
2-3
12-15-53
H
W
2-1
12-29-53
A
L
4-6
12-30-53
A
L
5-6
Grand Forks Amerks
UND leads 4-2-3
Home: 3-1-3, Away:
Date
Site
12-10-47
H
12-6-48
H
12-22-49
H
12-23-49
H
12-19-50
H
2-15-51
N
2-9-51
H
1-10-51
H
1-29-51
N
0-0-0, Neutral: 1-1-0
W-L-T Score Playoffs
W
8-0
W
5-2
T 4-4
W
5-3
T 8-8
L
3-10
T 6-6
L
2-7
W
5-4 ot
Grand Forks Legion
UND trails 1-2-0
Home: 1-2-0, Away: 0-0-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
Date
Site
W-L-T Score Playoffs
2-28-47
H
W
4-3 ot
3-1-47
H
L
2-5
3-5-47
H
L
7-8
Harvard
UND leads 6-2-1
Home: 3-2-0, Away:
Date
Site
1-1-51
H
1-2-51
H
1-1-58
H
3-14-58
N
12-27-67
N
12-27-73
N
3-26-87
N
12-29-05
H
12-30-05
H
0-0-0, Neutral: 3-0-1
W-L-T Score Playoffs
L
2-5
W
5-3
W
5-1
W
9-1
W
8-1
T 2-2 ot
W
5-2
NCAA
L
0-1
W
3-2
Holy Cross
UND leads 2-0-0
Home: 1-0-0, Away:
Site
Date
3-26-04
N
3-25-06
H
0-0-0, Neutral: 1-0-0
W-L-T Score Playoffs
W
3-0
NCAA
W
5-2
NCAA
Thirteen-time WCHA Champions: 1958, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004
records vs. non-conference opponents
Lake Superior State
UND leads 2-0-0
Home: 2-0-0, Away:
Date
Site
12-14-73
H
12-15-73
H
0-0-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
W-L-T Score Playoffs
W
7-3
W
7-2
Maine
UND leads 12-3-1
Home: 7-0-0, Away: 4-3-1, Neutral: 1-0-0
Site
W-L-T Score Playoffs
Date
11-25-83
H
W
5-1
11-26-83
H
W
7-4
12-28-84*
A
W
7-4
12-29-84*
A
L
5-6
11-29-85* H
W
5-4 ot
11-30-85* H
W
6-3
12-27-86*
A
L
4-5
1-4-88*
H
W
8-6
12-4-88*
A
L
4-7
4-6-00
N W
2-0
NCAA
10-13-00
A
T 1-1 ot
10-14-00
A
W
4-2
10-19-01
H
W
3-2
10-20-01
H
W
3-2
10-8-04
A
W
4-3 ot
10-9-04
A
W
3-1
*WCHA-HEA games counted in WCHA standings from 1984-85 through 1988-89 seasons
U. of Manitoba
UND leads 5-1-0
Home: 5-1-0, Away: 0-0-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
Date
Site
W-L-T Score Playoffs
2-25-49
H
W
7-4
2-26-49
H
L
2-4
12-8-72
H
W
9-0
12-9-72
H
W
11-2
12-28-78
H
W
14-5
12-29-78
H
W
10-4
(NOTE: Exhibition games not listed)
Massachusetts-Lowell
UND leads 5-4-0
Home: 4-1-0, Away: 1-3-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
Date
Site
W-L-T Score Playoffs
1-11-85*
H
W
2-1
1-12-85*
H
W
3-2
12-6-85*
A
L
1-3
12-7-85*
A
W
3-2
12-28-86*
A
L
1-4
1-2-88*
H
L
4-6
12-2-88*
A
L
2-3 ot
12-28-91
H
W
6-1
12-29-91
H
W
8-4
*WCHA-HEA games counted in WCHA standings from 1984-85 through 1988-89 seasons
Miami (Ohio)
UND leads 2-0-0
Home: 0-0-0, Away:
Site
Date
12-27-99
N
10-8-05
N
0-0-0, Neutral: 2-0-0
W-L-T Score Playoffs
W
5-2
W
3-0
Michigan
UND trails 40-45-4
Home: 27-11-3, Away: 11-32-1, Neutral: 2-2-0
Site
W-L-T Score Playoffs
Date
1-9-48
A
W
6-5
1-10-48
A
L
2-5
12-26-48
N
L
1-8
12-27-48
N
L
4-11
2-11-49
A
L
7-14
2-12-49
A
L
4-10
12-29-49
H
L
4-8
12-30-49
H
L
0-6
2-23-51
A
L
4-11
2-24-51
A
L
4-12
1-4-52*
H
L
2-4
1-5-52*
H
W
4-2
2-19-53*
A
L
3-5
2-20-53*
A
L
3-8
12-18-53* H
W
10-3
12-19-53* H
W
5-3
2-25-55*
A
L
0-7
2-26-55*
A
L
2-7
12-9-55*
H
L
1-5
12-10-55* H
W
4-2
3-4-57*
A
L
1-7
3-5-57*
12-13-57*
12-14-57*
1-17-59
1-16-59
3-4-60*
3-5-60*
12-9-60*
12-10-60*
12-16-60*
12-17-60*
12-15-61*
12-16-61*
3-1-63*
3-2-63*
1-8-65*
1-9-65*
1-21-66*
1-22-66*
2-24-67*
2-25-67*
2-23-68*
2-24-68*
2-21-69*
2-22-69*
12-12-69*
12-13-69*
1-2-70*
1-3-70*
11-27-70*
11-28-70*
1-15-71*
1-16-71*
12-10-71*
12-11-71*
3-7-72
3-8-72
1-28-72*
1-29-72*
11-3-72*
11-4-72*
3-2-73*
3-3-73*
1-11-74*
1-12-74*
2-14-75*
2-15-75*
11-7-75*
11-8-75*
1-30-76*
1-31-76*
1-28-77*
1-29-77*
10-28-77*
10-29-77*
1-20-78*
1-21-78*
1-19-79*
1-20-79*
2-22-80*
2-23-80*
12-5-80*
12-6-80*
3-28-98
10-7-00
12-28-01
10-12-02
3-24-06
A
H
H
L
L
W
A
A
H
H
L
W
W
W
A
A
L
L
A
A
L
L
L
H
H
T
H
H
T
A
A
H
H
A
A
H
H
A
A
A
A
H
H
H
H
W
W
W
W
W
L
W
W
W
L
L
L
W
L
W
W
A
A
A
A
H
H
H
H
L
L
W
L
L
W
W
W
W
A
A
L
W
H
H
T
L
A
A
A
A
A
A
H
H
H
H
H
H
L
L
L
L
L
L
W
W
W
L
A
A
H
H
H
H
A
A
A
A
H
W
W
W
L
W
W
W
W
W
L
L
T
N W
N W
W
2-3 ot
1-3
4-0
2-4
6-1
4-2
4-3 ot
2-6
5-6
2-2 ot
2-4
2-5
1-6
2-2 ot
6-5
7-3
4-2
6-4
7-4
1-2
4-1
3-2
5-2
3-7
2-6
5-6 ot
8-7 ot
2-9
5-1
6-5 ot
1-2
1-5
3-1
6-9
2-4
5-1
WCHA
10-2
WCHA
9-1
10-1
7-9
6-0
4-4 ot
2-3
4-2
2-6
1-7
3-4
1-11
4-5 ot
1-2
6-2
6-1
8-2
3-5
8-4
12-10
2-5
5-1
9-8 ot
5-2
4-3 ot
5-1
2-8
3-4
NCAA
5-5 ot
5-4 ot
5-4
5-1
NCAA
Michigan State
UND leads 60-34-2
Home: 32-10-1, Away: 22-21-1, Neutral: 6-3-0
Site
W-L-T Score Playoffs
Date
2-10-50
A
W
14-1
2-11-50
A
W
12-3
1-4-51
H
W
5-4
1-5-51
H
W
7-3
1-11-52*
A
W
7-2
1-12-52*
A
L
3-4
12-26-52* H
W
5-4
12-27-52* H
W
5-4 ot
3-4-54*
A
W
6-5
3-5-54*
A
L
1-2 ot
12-3-54*
A
L
2-6
12-4-54*
A
W
4-3
2-18-55*
H
W
3-2 ot
2-19-55*
H
L
1-2
12-2-55*
H
W
3-1
12-3-55*
H
W
5-4
11-30-56* H
W
4-1
12-1-56*
H
W
1-0
3-8-57*
A
L
2-4
3-9-57*
A
W
3-0
1-24-58*
H
W
5-2
1-25-58*
H
W
6-3
2-21-58*
2-22-58*
12-5-58
12-6-58
2-13-59
2-14-59
3-14-59
11-27-59*
11-28-59*
1-8-60*
1-9-60*
2-10-61*
2-11-61*
2-24-61*
2-25-61*
12-1-61*
12-2-61*
12-7-62*
12-8-62*
3-5-65
3-6-65
12-3-65*
12-4-65*
12-27-66
3-18-67
2-17-67*
2-18-67*
12-8-67*
12-9-67*
3-5-68*
11-22-68*
11-23-68*
11-28-69*
11-29-69*
11-13-70*
11-14-70*
1-7-72*
1-8-72*
11-24-72*
11-25-72*
1-25-74*
1-26-74*
11-15-74*
11-16-74*
1-3-75*
1-4-75*
11-28-75*
11-29-75*
2-13-76*
2-14-76*
11-26-76*
11-27-76*
2-25-77*
2-26-77*
2-10-78*
2-11-78*
11-24-78*
11-25-78*
2-23-79*
2-24-79*
11-23-79*
11-24-79*
3-7-80
3-8-80
10-31-80*
11-1-80*
11-21-80*
11-22-80*
3-24-84
3-28-87
12-29-88
12-29-01
4-5-01
10-9-05
A
A
A
A
W
W
3-1
3-2
0-6
W
5-4
H
L
2-3
H
W
4-2
N W
4-3
H
T 2-2
H
W
5-1
A
W
6-5
A
L
3-4
H
W
6-3
H
W
4-3
A
W
4-2
A
L
1-6
H
L
3-5
H
W
6-4
A
W
11-4
A
L
5-6
H
W
7-1
H
L
4-6
A
L
5-11
A
W
5-3
N
L
2-4
N
L
1-6
H
W
4-3
H
W
5-1
A
T 2-2
A
W
6-2
H
W
5-2
H
W
4-3
H
W
7-4
A
L
3-8
A
W
4-2
H
W
4-3
H
W
7-5
A
L
1-7
A
L
1-4
H
L
2-4
H
W
7-1
A
L
4-7
A
L
5-6
A
L
4-7
A
L
2-6
H
L
4-5
H
L
4-5
H
L
4-6
H
L
3-8
A
W
6-2
A
L
1-7
H
W
6-2
H
W
5-4
A
W
6-3
A
L
2-3
A
W
4-2
A
L
3-5
A
L
2-4
A
W
6-1
H
W
7-2
H
L
5-6
A
W
9-2
A
L
4-5
H
W
8-1
H
W
5-3
A
W
6-3
A
W
7-4
H
W
6-4
H
W
5-2
N W
6-5
N W
5-3
N W
7-3
N W
5-4
N W
2-0
N
L
0-3
L
ot
ot
NCAA
ot
11-16-84* H
W
4-3
11-17-84* H
W
11-0
11-8-85*
A
W
4-2
11-9-85*
A
W
7-4
11-28-86* H
W
10-0
1-17-88*
A
W
6-2
1-6-89*
H
W
8-2
11-28-99
A
L
2-6
10-6-00
N
T 2-2 ot
10-21-05
A
W
3-2
10-22-05
A
T 3-3
*WCHA-HEA games counted in WCHA standings from 1984-85 through 1988-89 seasons
Niagara
WCHA
WCHA
NCAA
UND leads 3-0-0
Home: 2-0-0, Away:
Site
Date
3-25-00
N
10-25-02
H
10-26-02
H
0-0-0, Neutral: 1-0-0
W-L-T Score Playoffs
W
4-1
NCAA
W
6-4
W
5-3
UND Freshmen
UND leads 1-0-0
Home: 1-0-0, Away: 0-0-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
Date
Site
W-L-T Score Playoffs
12-11-53
H
W
8-7
ot
North Dakota State
UND leads 1-0-0Home: 1-0-0, Away: 0-0-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
Date
Site
W-L-T Score Playoffs
2-27-48
H
W
17-6
ot
Northeastern
UND leads 8-5-3
Home: 4-3-0, Away: 2-2-3, Neutral: 2-0-0
Date
Site
W-L-T Score Playoffs
3-25-82
N W
6-2
NCAA
11-9-84*
H
W
5-3
11-10-84* H
W
4-1
1-6-84
N W
8-5
1-3-86*
A
L
5-7
1-4-86*
A
T 4-4 ot
1-18-87*
A
W
4-1
11-27-87* H
L
4-5 ot
1-22-89*
A
T 2-2 ot
10-22-93
A
L
4-6
10-21-94
H
L
3-7
10-22-94
H
L
5-6
10-21-95
A
W
7-5
10-30-04
A
T 3-3 ot
10-14-05
H
W
6-0
10-15-05
H
W
2-1
*WCHA-HEA games counted in WCHA standings from 1984-85 through 1988-89 seasons
ot
WCHA
WCHA
ot
NCAA
NCAA
ot
NCAA
Northern Arizona
UND leads 8-0-0
Home: 6-0-0, Away:
Date
Site
12-8-78
N
12-9-78
A
10-23-81
H
10-24-81
H
10-19-84
H
10-20-84
H
12-13-85
H
12-14-85
H
1-0-0, Neutral: 1-0-0
W-L-T Score Playoffs
W
10-2
W
12-2
W
10-2
W
8-2
W
9-3
W
6-2
W
12-1
W
5-4
Minnesota Nationals
Northwest Ag. College
UND trails 0-1-0
Home: 0-1-0, Away: 0-0-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
Date
Site
W-L-T Score Playoffs
12-15-67
H
L
3-4
UND leads 1-0-0
Home: 1-0-0, Away: 0-0-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
Date
Site
W-L-T Score Playoffs
1-19-47
H
W
10-1
U. of Montreal
Northern Michigan
UND leads 1-0-0
Home: 0-0-0, Away: 0-0-0, Neutral: 1-0-0
Date
Site
W-L-T Score Playoffs
12-30-59
N W
5-1
UND leads 27-23-3
Home: 19-8-1, Away: 6-14-2,
Date
Site
W-L-T
12-28-77
H
W
12-29-77
H
L
1-4-80
A
L
1-5-80
A
L
3-28-80
N W
10-17-80
H
W
10-18-80
H
L
2-1-85*
A
L
2-2-85*
A
L
New Hampshire
UND leads 9-2-2
Home: 4-0-0, Away: 5-2-1, Neutral: 0-0-1
Date
Site
W-L-T Score Playoffs
12-29-71
A
W
9-3
12-30-71
A
L
2-3
Seven-time NCAA Champions: 1959, 1963, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 2000
Neutral: 2-1-0
Score Playoffs
8-4
4-5
2-4
3-4 ot
5-2
NCAA
6-5 ot
4-5 ot
4-5 ot
2-6
55
records vs. non-conference opponents
11-1-85*
11-2-85*
10-24-86*
10-25-86*
2-20-87*
2-21-87*
12-4-87*
12-5-87*
2-12-88*
2-13-88*
10-14-88*
10-15-88*
2-17-89*
2-18-89*
10-20-89*
10-21-89*
2-2-90*
2-3-90*
3-12-90
10-19-90*
10-20-90*
12-16-90*
12-17-90*
3-10-91
1-10-92*
1-11-92*
2-7-92*
2-8-92*
12-11-92*
12-12-92*
1-8-93*
1-9-93*
1-7-94*
1-8-94*
1-13-95*
1-14-95*
10-13-95*
10-14-95*
12-1-95*
12-2-95*
11-1-96*
11-2-96*
2-14-97*
2-15-97*
H
H
H
H
W
5-4
6-7
8-4
6-4
A
L
3-6
A
W
5-0
H
W
5-3
H
L
3-8
A
W
6-2
A
L
4-5
H
W
2-1
H
W
5-4
A
W
3-2
A
L
1-7
A
L
4-5
A
L
2-3
H
W
10-4
H
W
5-2
N W
6-5
WCHA
A
L
0-6
A
T 5-5 ot
H
L
3-5
H
L
4-7
N
L
4-8
WCHA
A
L
3-7
A
T 6-6 ot
H
W
7-6
H
W
6-3
H
T 2-2 ot
H
W
6-5
A
L
2-4
A
L
4-5
H
W
3-2
H
L
2-3
H
L
4-5
H
W
4-2
A
W
4-3
A
W
5-2
H
W
11-4
H
W
4-1
H
W
3-2
H
W
5-0
A
L
1-2
A
W
5-3
L
W
W
Notre Dame
UND trails 15-16-1
Home: 9-7-0, Away:
Date
Site
1-22-71
A
1-23-71
A
11-12-71* H
11-13-71* H
3-5-73
A
3-6-73
A
2-2-73*
A
2-3-73*
A
2-1-74*
H
2-2-74*
H
11-22-74* H
11-23-74* H
1-24-75*
A
1-25-75*
A
1-2-76*
H
1-3-76*
H
2-11-77*
A
2-12-77*
A
12-10-77*
A
12-11-77*
A
2-27-78*
H
2-28-78*
H
1-5-79*
A
1-6-79*
A
3-14-80
H
3-15-80
H
1-11-80*
H
1-12-80*
H
1-16-81*
A
1-17-81*
A
1-2-99
H
1-3-99
H
6-9-1, Neutral: 0-0-0
W-L-T Score Playoffs
L
5-6 ot
W
7-1
L
4-5
W
6-5
L
0-5
WCHA
L
3-8
WCHA
L
3-9
W
3-2
W
7-5
L
3-7
L
3-5
L
2-3
W
2-1
L
2-5
L
3-5
L
3-5
L
5-6
L
5-10
L
3-4
L
4-5 ot
W
5-3
W
4-2
W
9-4
W
6-4
W
10-4
WCHA
W
7-4
W
7-4
W
3-1
W
7-3
T 1-1 ot
W
8-1
L
3-4
Ohio State
UND leads 2-0-0
Home: 2-0-0, Away:
Date
Site
12-21-79
H
12-22-79
H
56
0-0-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
W-L-T Score Playoffs
W
7-2
W
8-2
Princeton
Sioux City Suhawks
U. of Toronto
UND leads 2-0-0
Home: 0-0-0, Away:
Date
Site
12-30-00
N
11-1-02
A
UND trails 0-2-0
Home: 0-0-0, Away: 0-2-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
Date
Site
W-L-T Score Playoffs
12-7-51
A
L
7-9
12-8-51
A
L
5-6
UND leads 4-0-0
Home: 2-0-0, Away:
Date
Site
12-28-52
H
12-29-52
H
12-20-68
N
1-3-81
N
1-0-0, Neutral: 1-0-0
W-L-T Score Playoffs
W
4-1
W
5-2
Providence
South St. Paul Steers
UND leads 8-5-0
Home: 5-2-0, Away: 3-3-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
Site
W-L-T Score Playoffs
Date
10-30-81
H
W
6-0
10-31-81
H
L
5-6 ot
10-22-82
A
L
3-6
10-23-82
A
W
6-2
10-14-83
H
W
6-2
10-15-83
H
L
2-4
10-12-84
A
L
4-5
10-13-84
A
L
3-7
1-31-86*
H
W
4-1
2-1-86*
H
W
5-2
1-16-87*
A
W
5-1
11-29-87* H
W
6-4
1-20-89*
A
W
3-2
*WCHA-HEA games counted in WCHA standings from 1984-85 through 1988-89 seasons
UND leads 2-1-1
Home: 2-1-1, Away:
Site
Date
12-11-64
H
12-12-64
H
11-19-65
H
11-20-65
H
U. of Regina
UND leads 2-0-0
Home: 2-0-0, Away:
Site
Date
10-15-82
H
10-16-82
H
0-0-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
W-L-T Score Playoffs
W
7-2
W
6-2
0-0-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
W-L-T Score Playoffs
W
6-4
W
7-1
T 5-5
L
1-4
U.S. International
UND leads 6-2-0
Home: 5-1-0, Away:
Site
Date
12-5-81
A
12-6-81
A
11-26-82
H
11-27-82
H
12-16-83
H
12-17-83
H
12-12-86
H
12-13-86
H
0-0-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
W-L-T Score Playoffs
L
5-6
W
7-6
W
8-6
L
3-8
W
4-3
L
5-6
W
7-4
L
5-9
W
7-6
L
2-4
W
12-1
W
12-1
W
10-2
St. John’s University
UND leads 1-0-0
Home: 1-0-0, Away: 0-0-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
Date
Site
W-L-T Score Playoffs
2-25-50
H
W
11-2
4-0-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
W-L-T Score Playoffs
W
8-3
W
5-4
W
7-6 ot
L
2-8
W
5-4
NCAA
W
4-2
NCAA
W
2-1
W
5-3
St. Lawrence
UND leads 10-1-0
Home: 6-0-0, Away:
Date
Site
3-13-59
N
11-16-79
H
11-17-79
H
12-29-81
A
12-29-83
N
3-20-87
H
3-21-87
H
11-24-00
H
11-25-00
H
12-14-01
A
12-15-01
A
2-1-0, Neutral: 2-0-0
W-L-T Score Playoffs
W
4-3 ot NCAA
W
4-3
W
7-0
L
5-7
W
5-2
W
3-1
NCAA
W
6-3
NCAA
W
6-1
W
4-2
W
2-1
W
5-2
Rochester Mustangs
St. Louis University
UND trails 0-1-0
Home: 0-0-0, Away: 0-1-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
Date
Site
W-L-T Score Playoffs
12-30-64
A
L
4-6
UND trails 2-5-0
Home: 1-3-0, Away:
Date
Site
11-2-73
H
11-3-73
H
12-26-73
A
12-6-74
A
12-8-74
A
10-24-75
H
10-25-75
H
Russian Nationals
UND trails 0-1-0
Home: 0-1-0, Away: 0-0-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
Site
W-L-T Score Playoffs
Date
12-30-60
H
L
3-4
U. of Saskatchewan
UND leads 8-23-2
Home: 8-2-2, Away:
Date
Site
12-17-48
H
12-18-48
H
12-15-49
H
12-16-49
H
12-21-51
H
12-22-51
H
12-19-52
H
12-20 -52 H
12-10-65
H
12-11-65
H
12-29-76
H
12-30-76
H
0-0-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
W-L-T Score Playoffs
L
3-12
T 3-3
W
8-3
L
3-4
W
6-0
T 4-4
W
8-2
W
6-3
W
6-4
W
3-1
W
11-5
W
11-2
UND leads 1-0-1
Home: 1-0-1, Away: 0-0-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
Date
Site
W-L-T Score Playoffs
12-6-68
H
T 3-3
12-7-68
H
W
7-6
UND leads 8-5-0
Home: 8-5-0, Away:
Site
Date
11-28-53
H
11-29-53
H
2-11-54
H
2-12-54
H
12-17-54
H
12-18-54
H
12-16-55
H
12-17-55
H
11-23-56
H
11-24-56
H
12-20-57
H
12-21-57
H
1-17-63
H
UND leads 1-0-1
Home: 1-0-1, Away: 0-0-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
Date
Site
W-L-T Score Playoffs
11-18-55
H
T 5-5
11-19-55
H
W
4-3
UND leads 7-1-0
Home: 3-1-0, Away:
Site
Date
1-2-60
A
12-30-81
A
11-23-84
H
11-24-84
H
3-16-84
A
3-17-84
A
1-12-90
H
1-13-90
H
U.S. College All-Stars
St. Boniface
Regina Pats
Rensselaer Polytechnic
Institute
0-0-0, Neutral: 2-0-0
W-L-T Score Playoffs
W
7-1
W
6-3
W
2-0
W
3-2 ot
1-2-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
W-L-T Score Playoffs
L
2-7
L
3-4 ot
L
2-4
W
5-3
L
0-5
L
1-8
W
5-4
Swedish Nationals
UND leads 0-1-0
Home: 0-1-0, Away: 0-1-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
Site
W-L-T Score Playoffs
Date
2-27-62
H
L
2-8
Thief River Falls
UND leads 3-2-0
Home: 1-1-0, Away:
Date
Site
12-17-47
A
12-20-47
A
1-5-48
H
12-19-49
N
2-17-51
H
1-1-0, Neutral: 1-0-0
W-L-T Score Playoffs
W
6-4
L
1-3
W
7-4
W
6-4
L
3-6
1-1-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
W-L-T Score Playoffs
W
5-2
L
1-3
W
5-3
W
6-1
W
7-4
W
7-1
L
3-5
W
6-3
U.S. Nationals
UND trails 1-5-2
Home: 0-5-1, Away: 0-0-1, Neutral: 1-0-0
Date
Site
W-L-T Score Playoffs
1-14-58
H
L
1-4
12-19-58
H
T 4-4 ot
12-20-58
H
L
4-6
1-20-61
H
L
3-9
1-21-61
H
L
1-3
11-19-66
H
L
2-4
12-30-69
N W
2-1
2-28-71
A
T 4-4
U.S. Olympic Team
UND trails 0-6-2
Home: 0-4-2, Away: 0-0-0, Neutral: 0-2-0
Date
Site
W-L-T Score Playoffs
12-30-55
H
L
0-8
12-31-55
H
L
3-6
2-1-60
H
L
2-7
2-2-60
H
T 8-8 ot
12-16-63
H
L
1-3
1-20-68
H
T 3-3
11-5-71
N
L
1-8
11-6-71
N
L
2-6
Exhibition games (do not count in record)
12-4-79
H
L
1-6
1-11-88
H
L
2-12
Vermont
UND leads 2-0-0
Home: 0-0-0, Away:
Site
Date
1-2-81
N
11-27-99
N
0-0-0, Neutral: 2-0-0
W-L-T Score Playoffs
W
7-5
W
8-0
Warroad Lakers
UND trails 3-4-0
Home: 3-4-0, Away:
Date
Site
12-29-56
H
12-27-58
H
1-5-61
H
2-14-62
H
2-15-62
H
1-8-64
H
1-28-64
H
0-0-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
W-L-T Score Playoffs
L
4-8
L
3-4
W
7-5
L
3-5
L
6-11
W
6-4
W
4-2
Waterloo Blackhawks
UND leads 1-0-0
Home: 0-0-0, Away: 1-0-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
Date
Site
W-L-T Score Playoffs
12-29-64
A
W
7-0
Thirteen-time WCHA Champions: 1958, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004
records vs. non-conference opponents
Wayne State (Mich.)
Winnipeg Barons
Winnipeg Maroons
U. of Winnipeg
UND leads 1-0-0
Home: 1-0-0, Away: 0-0-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
Date
Site
W-L-T Score Playoffs
12-28-03
H
W
8-2
UND leads 3-1-0
Home: 3-1-0, Away:
Date
Site
12-3-53
H
12-4-53
H
12-7-56
H
12-8-56
H
UND leads 4-3-2
Home: 4-2-2, Away:
Date
Site
2-8-52
H
2-9-52
H
11-29-57
H
11-30-57
H
11-28-58
H
11-29-58
H
11-25-61
H
12-9-61
N
2-2-63
H
UND leads 2-0-0
Home: 2-0-0, Away:
Date
Site
12-26-75
H
12-27-75
H
Western Michigan
UND leads 4-0-0
Home: 2-0-0, Away:
Site
Date
1-3-97
A
1-4-97
A
1-2-98
H
1-3-98
H
2-0-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
W-L-T Score Playoffs
W
6-3
W
5-3
W
12-5
W
5-1
Western Ontario
UND leads 1-0-0
Home: 0-0-0, Away: 0-0-0, Neutral: 1-0-0
Date
Site
W-L-T Score Playoffs
12-20-67
N W
3-2
Wichita Flyers
UND leads 1-0-0
Home: 0-0-0, Away: 1-0-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
Date
Site
W-L-T Score Playoffs
2-10-48
A
W
13-5
0-0-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
W-L-T Score Playoffs
W
6-1
L
3-5
W
8-1
W
11-2
Winnipeg Blackhawks
UND leads 6-0-0
Home: 6-0-0, Away:
Date
Site
1-20-50
H
1-21-50
H
12-15-50
H
12-16-50
H
12-14-51
H
12-15-51
H
0-0-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
W-L-T Score Playoffs
W
8-5
W
4-2
W
4-2
W
5-1
W
5-0
W
7-3
Winnipeg Canadians
UND trails 0-1-0
Home: 1-1-0, Away: 0-0-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
Date
Site
W-L-T Score Playoffs
12-11-50
H
W
6-3
12-12-50
H
L
5-7
Winnipeg Drewrys
Winnipeg Army
UND leads 1-0-0
Home: 1-0-0, Away: 0-0-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
Date
Site
W-L-T Score Playoffs
2-5-49
H
W
10-3
UND leads 2-0-0
Home: 2-0-0, Away:
Date
Site
12-21-56
H
12-22-56
H
0-0-0, Neutral: 0-1-0
W-L-T Score Playoffs
L
4-6
W
5-2
W
3-0
T 2-2
W
5-3
W
5-3
L
2-4
L
3-7
T 2-2
Winnipeg Monarchs
UND leads 3-0-0
Home: 3-0-0, Away:
Date
Site
11-22-57
H
11-23-57
H
11-24-62
H
0-0-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
W-L-T Score Playoffs
W
10-1
W
7-0
Yale
UND leads 5-0-0
Home: 3-0-0, Away:
Site
Date
1-1-60
N
11-30-86
H
11-2-02
A
10-31-03
H
11-1-03
H
1-0-0, Neutral: 1-0-0
W-L-T Score Playoffs
W
15-0
W
6-4
W
7-3
W
8-4
W
10-0
0-0-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
W-L-T Score Playoffs
W
4-2
W
10-1
W
7-2
Winnipeg Rangers
UND leads 4-0-0
Home: 4-0-0, Away:
Date
Site
11-17-61
H
11-18-61
H
12-14-62
H
12-15-62
H
0-0-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
W-L-T Score Playoffs
W
9-3
W
6-3
W
12-1
W
10-1
0-0-0, Neutral: 0-0-0
W-L-T Score Playoffs
W
6-4
W
6-2
UND Career Scoring Stats vs. WCHA Opponents
Bina
Chorney
Duncan
Fabian
Finley
Foyt
Jones
Kaip
Kozek
Lee
Martens
Miller
Oshie
Porter
Radke
Toews
Watkins
vs. UAA
GP-G-A-Pts
5–0-1-1
2–0-1-1
2–1-0-1
4–1-1-2
2–0-1-1
1–0-0-0
2–0-0-0
3–0-0-0
2–0-1-1
2–0-1-1
–
–
2–1-0-1
9–0-3-3
2–0-0-0
2–0-1-1
2–0-0-0
vs. CC
GP-G-A-Pts
5–0-1-1
2–0-1-1
2–1-0-1
5–1-1-2
2–0-0-0
–
2–0-1-1
4–0-1-1
2–0-0-0
2–0-2-2
–
–
2–1-2-3
8–1-0-1
6–0-0-0
2–1-0-1
2–0-0-0
vs. DEN
GP-G-A-Pts
5–1-1-2
4–2-0-2
4–1-1-2
10–0-0-0
4–0-0-0
4–0-0-0
4–0-1-1
4–0-0-0
4–1-0-1
4–0-1-1
–
–
4–2-1-3
13–3-3-6
6–1-0-1
4–4-0-4
4–0-0-0
vs. TECH
GP-G-A-Pts
8–0-2-2
4–0-3-3
4–1-3-4
8–0-1-1
4–0-0-0
–
4–0-2-2
6–0-3-3
4–5-0-5
4–1-1-2
–
1–0-0-0
4–2-2-4
12–4-6-10
5–0-2-2
4–2-3-5
4–1-0-1
vs. MINN
GP-G-A-Pts
4–0-0-0
4–1-0-1
4–0-1-1
6–3-0-3
4–0-0-0
3–0-1-1
4–0-1-1
6–0-0-0
4–1-1-2
4–1-2-3
–
–
4–1-2-3
13–1-1-2
7–0-1-1
4–1-1-2
4–0-0-0
vs. UMD
GP-G-A-Pts
7–0-2-2
4–0-1-1
4–4-5-9
8–3-1-4
4–0-2-2
1–0-0-0
4–0-0-0
6–0-2-2
4–0-0-0
4–0-3-3
–
–
4–3-3-6
13–0-4-4
4–0-2-2
4–3-1-4
4–1-0-1
vs. MSU
GP-G-A-Pts
4–0-1-1
5–0-6-6
5–0-3-3
8–4-2-6
5–0-0-0
1–0-0-0
5–0-1-1
7–0-0-0
5–0-1-1
5–0-2-2
–
2–0-0-0
5–4-2-6
11–4-2-6
7–0-1-1
5–2-2-4
5–1-1-2
vs. SCSU
GP-G-A-Pts
7–0-3-3
5–0-1-1
5–2-2-4
7–1-4-5
5–0-0-0
1–0-0-0
5–0-0-0
7–0-0-0
5–0-0-0
5–0-2-2
–
2–0-0-0
5–2-1-3
13–2-1-3
8–0-0-0
5–3-2-5
5–1-0-1
vs. WIS
GP-G-A-Pts
6–0-2-2
3–0-0-0
3–2-0-2
5–0-0-0
3–0-0-0
–
3–0-0-0
5–2-0-2
3–0-0-0
3–0-0-0
–
3–0-0-0
3–0-1-1
10–3-3-6
4–1-3-4
3–0-1-1
3–0-1-1
UND Career Scoring Stats vs. Non-Conference Opponents
Bina
Chorney
Duncan
Fabian
Finley
Foyt
Jones
Kaip
Kozek
Lee
Martens
Miller
Oshie
Porter
Radke
Toews
Watkins
vs. BSU
GP-G-A-Pts
2–0-0-0
2–0-0-0
2–0-0-0
4–0-0-0
–
1–0-0-0
2–0-0-0
2–0-0-0
2–0-1-1
2–0-0-0
–
2–0-0-0
2–4-0-4
4–2-0-2
4–1-1-2
–
2–0-0-0
vs. QUINN
GP-G-A-Pts
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
vs. MAINE
GP-G-A-Pts
2–0-1-1
–
–
–
–
–
–
2–0-1-1
–
–
–
–
–
2–0-0-0
–
–
–
vs. DART
GP-G-A-Pts
–
–
–
–
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–
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results and attendance at ralph engelstad arena
UND Results & Attendance at Ralph Engelstad Arena (2001-2006)
2001-02 Home Dates
Date
Opponent
Oct. 5
Minnesota%
Oct. 12
Colorado College*
Oct. 13
Colorado College*
Oct. 19
Maine
Oct. 20
Maine
Oct. 26
Wisconsin*
Oct. 27
Wisconsin*
Nov. 30
Minnesota State*
Dec. 1
Minnesota State*
Jan. 11
Alaska Anchorage*
Jan. 12
Alaska Anchorage*
Feb. 8
Minnesota*
Feb. 9
Minnesota*
Feb. 15
Michigan Tech*
Feb. 16
Michigan Tech*
Mar. 1
Denver*
Denver*
Mar. 2
Totals
17 dates
Average: 11,456
2004-05 Home Dates
W/L/T
L
W
W
W
L
L
W
L
L
L
T
L
L
W
W
L
W
7-9-1
Score
5-7
6-2
2-0
3-2
1-5
2-3
6-4
4-6
0-6
1-2
4-4 (ot)
4-6
3-4
12-2
4-3
3-4 (ot)
4-1
Attend
11,690
11,520
11,547
11,599
11,538
11,547
11,470
11,688
11,580
11,303
11,492
11,815
12,189
10,115
10,450
11,450
11,752
194,745
W/L/T
W
W
W
W
W
W
T (ot)
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
T (ot)
T (ot)
W
L
T (ot)
L
L
W (ot)
W (ot)
16-3-4
Score
6-4
5-3
4-2
1-0
2-0
3-2
6-6
5-4
4-3
5-4
6-0
8-2
5-2
4-3
4-4
4-4
8-0
2-5
3-3
2-3
1-4
3-2
3-2
Attend
10,701
10,889
10,953
11,288
11,331
11,426
11,431
11,151
11,274
11,487
10,643
10,985
11,413
11,164
11,298
11,641
11,401
11,659
11,472
11,449
10,264
10,597
10,674
256,591 -
W/L/T
W
W
L
W
W
W
W
L
W
W
W
W
W
W
T (ot)
W
T (ot)
W
L
W
W
W
W(ot)
18-3-2
Score
3-2
6-4
1-2
8-4
10-0
7-3
5-3
1-2
2-1
5-4
6-3
3-1
8-2
6-2
2-2
6-1
1-1
5-2
1-4
5-1
5-1
6-2
4-3
Capacity
Capacity
Capacity
Capacity
Capacity
Capacity
Capacity
Capacity
Capacity
Capacity
Capacity
Capacity
Capacity
Capacity
Capacity
2002-03 Home Dates
Date
Opponent
Oct. 25
Niagara
Oct. 26
Niagara
Nov. 15
Alaska Anchorage*
Nov. 16
Alaska Anchorage*
Nov. 22
Wisconsin*
Nov. 23
Wisconsin*
Nov. 29
MSU, Mankato*
Nov. 30
MSU, Mankato*
Dec. 6
St. Cloud State*
Dec. 7
St. Cloud State*
Dec. 13
Canisius
Dec. 14
Canisius
Dec. 27
Brown#
Dec. 28
Bemidji State#
Jan. 3
Colorado College*
Jan. 4
Colorado College*
Feb. 7
Michigan Tech*
Feb. 8
Michigan Tech*
Mar. 1
Minnesota-Duluth*
Mar. 2
Minnesota-Duluth*
Mar. 14
Denver$
Mar. 15
Denver$
Denver$
Mar. 16
Totals
23 dates
Average: 11,156
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Attend
11,155
10,397
11,675
9,946
10,513
11,875
11,986
11,107
11,240
10,918
11,371
9,410
9,475
9,801
10,759
11,295
11,668
11,162
11,303
11,399
11,512
9,837
10,215
250,019 -
W/L/T
W
L
L
W
W
W
W
L
W
W
W
L
T
W
L
L
W
T
W
W
12-6-2
Score
4-2
0-6
2-3 (ot)
2-1
4-1
3-1
4-2
1-2
5-1
4-1
3-2
3-4
3-3 (ot)
3-1
2-4
2-4
4-2
1-1 (ot)
8-2
6-1
W/L/T
W
W
W
L
L
L
L
L
W
L
W
W
W
L
L
W
W
W
W
L
W
W
W
W
15-9-0
Score
6-0
2-1
3-1
2-7
2-4
1-4
3-4
3-4
5-1
0-1
3-2
6-3
4-2
1-2
1-2 (ot)
4-0
5-1
4-0
6-0
2-3 (ot)
4-1
3-0
5-1
5-2
Attend
11,203
11,411
10,728
11,054
10,961
11,387
10,284
10,752
9,791
10,125
9,392
10,106
10,528
11,185
10,908
11,228
11,483
10,653
9,455
9,784
212,418 -
Capacity
Capacity
2nd in NCAA
2005-06 Home Dates
Capacity
Capacity
Capacity
Capacity
Capacity
Capacity
Capacity
Capacity
Led NCAA
2003-04 Home Dates
Date
Opponent
Oct. 4
Minnesota Duluth%
Oct. 17
Boston College
Oct. 18
Boston College
Oct. 31
Yale
Nov. 1
Yale
Nov. 7
Minnesota*
Nov. 8
Minnesota*
Nov. 14
St. Cloud State*
Nov. 15
St. Cloud State*
Dec.12
Minnesota Duluth*
Dec. 13
Minnesota Duluth*
Dec. 27
Findlay#
Dec. 28
Wayne State#
Jan. 9
Alaska Anchorage*
Jan. 10
Alaska Anchorage*
Jan. 30
Denver*
Jan. 31
Denver*
Feb. 13
Colorado College*
Feb. 14
Colorado College*
Mar. 5
Michigan Tech*
Mar. 6
Michigan Tech*
Mar. 12
Michigan Tech$
Michigan Tech$
Mar. 13
Totals
23 dates
Average: 10,870
Date
Opponent
Oct. 22
#7 Minnesota*
Oct. 23
#7 Minnesota*
Nov. 5
#7 Colorado College*
Nov. 6
#7 Colorado College*
Nov. 19
St. Cloud State*
Nov. 20
St. Cloud State*
Dec. 3
Alaska Anchorage*
Dec. 4
Alaska Anchorage*
Dec. 17
Canisius
Dec. 18
Canisius
Jan. 7
Minnesota State*
Jan. 8
Minnesota State*
Jan. 28
Bemidji State
Jan. 29
Bemidji State
Feb. 4
#4 Denver*
Feb. 5
#4 Denver*
Feb. 26
#6 Wisconsin*
Feb. 27
#6 Wisconsin*
Mar. 11
Minnesota Duluth$
Minnesota Duluth$
Mar. 12
Totals
20 dates
Average: 10,621
Capacity
Capacity
Capacity
Date
Opponent
Oct. 14
Northeastern
Oct. 15
Northeastern
Oct. 28
#9 Denver*
Oct. 29
#9 Denver*
Nov. 04
#9 Wisconsin*
Nov. 05
#9 Wisconsin*
Dec. 09
#8 Minnesota*
Dec. 10
#8 Minnesota*
Dec. 17
#19 Bemidji State
Dec. 29
#16 Harvard
Dec. 30
#16 Havard
Jan. 20
Minnesota State*
Jan. 21
Minnesota State*
Jan. 27
St. Cloud State*
Jan. 28
St. Cloud State*
Feb. 17
Minnesota-Duluth*
Feb. 18
Minnesota-Duluth*
Mar. 03
Michigan Tech*
Mar. 04
Michigan Tech*
Mar. 10
Minnesota State$
Mar. 11
Minnesota State$
Mar. 12
Minnesota State$
Mar. 24
#11 Michigan&
#19 Holy Cross&
Mar. 25
Totals
24 dates
Average: 10,911
Attend
10,175
10,492
11,045
11,261
10,972
11,224
11,710
11,723
11,664
10,748
10,598
11,309
11,536
11,458
11,645
10,976
11,619
11,005
11,393
8,048
9,258
9,371
11,153
11,492
261,875 -
Capacity
Capacity
Capacity
Capacity
Capacity
Capacity
Capacity
Capacity
2nd in NCAA
* - WCHA games
% - U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame game
# – Subway Holiday Classic
$ - WCHA playoffs (first round)
& - NCAA West Regional
Five-season totals (2001-2006)
Capacity
Capacity
2nd in NCAA
Seating Capacity:
Total Home Dates:
Home Record:
Total Attendance:
Average Attendance:
Capacity Crowds:
Largest Attendance:
Smallest Attendance:
11,406
107
68-30-9 (.678)
1,175,648
10,987
38
12,189 (Feb. 9, 2002 vs. Minnesota)
8,048 (March 10, 2006 vs. Minn. State)
NOTE: Exhibition games are not listed and are not included in any
totals.
Thirteen-time WCHA Champions: 1958, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004
2005-06
Season
Review
05-06 season recap
By Dan Benson
The 2005-06 University of North
Dakota men’s hockey season started with a
lot of questions. The foremost of those
questions were: Could 13 freshmen replace
nine seniors gone from the 2004-05 team?
How successful could the Fighting Sioux
be with those 13 freshmen?
UND was coming off a 2005 Frozen
Four and national runner-up finish.
By the end of the 2005-06 season,
both questions were answered. Yes, UND’s
13 freshmen replaced the nine seniors, and
the 2005-06 season was just as successful,
as the Sioux advanced to the Frozen Four
for the second year in a row.
Last year’s team, although younger
than the previous year, won the Broadmoor
Trophy as the WCHA playoff champion
and won four more games (29) than the
2004-05 team (25 wins).
UND’s success did not go unnoticed.
At year’s end, five players with college eligibility remaining chose to move on to the
professional ranks.
In addition, Fighting Sioux head
coach Dave Hakstol was a finalist for the
nation’s top college men’s hockey coaching honor, the Spencer Penrose Award, for
the second time in his two years as head
coach.
When it was over, the 2005-06 season
added another exciting chapter to UND’s
men’s hockey history book.
Season begins with shutout at the
“Lefty”
UND began the 2005-06 season in the
same state—Ohio—in which the 2004-05
season had ended, as the Sioux traveled to
Dayton, Ohio, for the Lefty McFadden
Invitational.
North Dakota opened the tournament
against Miami, a team that later in the year
would prove to be one of the top teams in
the nation.
Despite getting outshot 37-22 by the
Redhawks, UND shut out Miami, 3-0,
behind junior goalie Jordan Parise.
The Sioux opened the scoring at 17:54
of the first period on a goal by freshman
Jonathan Toews,
who by the end of
the year made a
name for himself
not only in the
college ranks, but
in professional
hockey as well.
Toews,
named
most
valuable
player of the
NCAA
West
Regional tournament, was drafted
third overall by
the
Chicago
Blackhawks in
the
National
Hockey League
Entry Draft in
June 2006.
Another UND
freshman sensation, T.J. Oshie,
made it 2-0 Sioux
in the second
period.
Junior
Drew
Stafford
Junior defenseman Matt Smaby (left) was UND’s captain in 2005-06. Smaby signed finished
off
with the National Hockey League’s Tampa Bay Lightning in April 2006.
Miami with an
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Senior forward Mike Prpich, known for his gritty play,
was a fan favorite throughout his four years at UND.
empty-net goal with 12 seconds left in the
game.
After the 3-0 win to start the season,
Michigan State handed the Sioux a 3-0 loss
in UND’s second game of the tournament
and season.
Home season starts with another
shutout
UND started the home season with a
non-conference series sweep over
Northeastern. The series began with a 6-0
UND win, as Parise recorded his second
shutout in two starts and six different players scored. The Sioux completed the sweep
with a 2-1 win the next night as sophomore
goalie Philippe Lamoureux picked up his
first win of the year.
Next up was a road series against
12th-ranked New Hampshire in Durham,
N.H. Sellout crowds of 6,501 were on hand
both nights, and UND sent the home fans
unhappy the first night, defeating the
Wildcats 3-2. As in the season opener,
Toews, Oshie and Stafford scored for
North Dakota. Stafford’s goal was shorthanded, one of a nation-leading seven
shorties he scored on the season. UND
looked like it was on its way to a sweep,
grabbing a 3-0 lead in the second game,
but New Hampshire battled back to earn a
3-3 overtime tie.
Thirteen-time WCHA Champions: 1958, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004
05-06 season recap
Sioux top Denver in rematch of
2005 title game
The conference home season opened
with an Oct. 28-29 series against defending
national champion Denver. UND snapped
a five-game losing streak to the Pioneers
with a 3-1 win on the weekend’s first night.
Denver rebounded with a 7-2 win over the
Sioux in the Saturday game.
Wisconsin came to Grand Forks the
next weekend and left with a two-game
sweep over the Sioux, 4-2 and 4-1.
UND goes 5-1 on the road
Three consecutive WCHA road series
followed, and UND started the road stretch
with 5-3 and 7-4 wins in Minnesota
Duluth. Stafford scored three goals in the
Friday game, the first UND hat trick in 66
games, since Erik Fabian did it at
Minnesota State on Feb. 21, 2004. In the
Saturday game, sophomore Rastislav
Spirko scored a goal and had three assists
and freshman Ryan Duncan scored two
goals.
A road trip to St. Cloud State followed, and after the Huskies won 3-2 on
Friday, UND came back to post a 3-2 win
on Saturday.
After an off weekend, UND traveled
to Houghton, Mich., for a Dec. 2-3 series
Forward Travis Zajac was an outstanding postseason performer for UND, scoring 13 goals while
adding 10 assists in 17 career playoff games.
Junior forward Drew Stafford led UND in scoring in 2004-05 with 48 points (24 goals, 24 assists) in 42
games. Stafford, who also led the nation in shorthanded goals with seven, signed a contract with the NHL’s
Buffalo Sabres in May 2006.
at Michigan Tech. The Sioux won handily
both nights, 6-1 and 8-2, to extend their
winning and unbeaten streaks in Houghton
to nine and 16 games (15-0-1), respectively. Spirko picked up his first career hat
trick in the first game of the series, and
Stafford recorded his second hat trick of
the season the next night.
The Sioux returned home to face
eighth-ranked Minnesota, but the Gophers
spoiled the homecoming with back-toback 4-3 wins.
North Dakota bounced back by
sweeping Bemidji State on Dec. 16-17 in
the first home-and-home series in UND
school history. UND won 2-1 at Bemidji
on Friday, as Lamoureux stopped 34 of 35
shots. Spirko picked up his first career
penalty in 57 games in the game. The
Sioux followed that with a 5-1 win over
the Beavers in Grand Forks on Saturday,
with Oshie getting his first career hat trick.
Seven-time NCAA Champions: 1959, 1963, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 2000
After taking the Christmas weekend
off, Harvard visited Grand Forks for a Dec.
29-30 series, and the Crimson shut out the
Sioux, 1-0, in the series opener. UND won
the next night, 3-2, in its final non-conference game of the regular season.
Two series splits to start the new
year
After a split (5-3 loss, 5-0 win) at Alaska
Anchorage on Jan. 6-7, UND played a
two-game series in Minneapolis against
second-ranked Minnesota on Jan. 13-14.
The Gophers humbled the Sioux, 6-1, in
the Friday game, but UND bounced back
to beat Minnesota, 4-2 on Saturday. With
the score tied, 2-2, in the game’s final minutes, UND sophomore Travis Zajac scored
with 1:22 left and the Sioux added an
empty net goal to secure the victory.
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05-06 season recap
Rastislav Spirko went a school-record 56 games at
the start of his college career before drawing his
first penalty on Dec. 17, 2005, at Bemidji State.
Two consecutive home series followed, and after sweeping Minnesota State
(6-3 and 4-2), St. Cloud State came into the
Ralph and handed the Sioux a pair of 2-1
defeats, the second loss coming in overtime.
Two trips to Colorado in the next three
weeks followed. The first of those was a
Feb. 3-4 series against Colorado College in
Colorado Springs. UND had not beaten
CC in Colorado Springs since Dec. 9,
2000, losing six straight to the Tigers on
their home ice, but the streak came to an
end when the Sioux posted a 4-2 win to
open the series. UND led 2-1 after two
periods in the Saturday game, but North
Dakota’s bid for a sweep came up short
when CC scored two third-period goals.
UND wins five of six to close regular season
The Sioux had an 18-13-1 overall
record and 11-11-0 WCHA mark when
Minnesota Duluth came to REA for a Feb.
17-18 series. UND was in sixth place in the
WCHA standings at that point, one point
behind fifth-place Colorado College. With
three weeks to play, UND needed to finish
strong to ensure home ice in the first round
of the WCHA playoffs. Finish strong they
did.
Parise stopped all 28 shots he faced
while posting his third shutout of the season in a 4-0 win over UMD to open that
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series, and the Sioux dominated the
Bulldogs the next night as well, winning 51, as UND got four goals from freshmen,
including two from Toews.
North Dakota traveled to Denver for a
series on Feb. 24-25. It marked UND’s
first series in Denver since November
2003, but the Sioux showed no signs of
unfamiliarity with Magness Arena, crushing the Pioneers, 6-2, to open the series.
UND was hoping for a sweep the next
night and led 3-2 early in the third period,
but Denver scored five unanswered goals
to win 7-3.
Going into the last series of the regular season-at home against Michigan Tech
on March 3-4, UND was tied for fifth place
with St. Cloud State in the league standings.
The Sioux needed a sweep against
Tech, and they got it, shutting out the
Huskies twice in a row (4-0 and 6-0)
behind Parise, who got his fourth and fifth
shutouts of the season.
Sioux come back to beat
Minnesota State in WCHA first
round
ner, his eighth of the season, tying a UND
single-season record. Oshie would add
another game winner before the season
ended, giving him a school-record nine on
the season.
With their playoff series tied 1-1,
UND and MSU met on Sunday, March 12,
for the right to advance to the Final Five.
UND junior Chris Porter scored 47
seconds into the game, and that proved to
be all the Sioux needed that night, as Parise
stopped all 32 MSU shots he faced. Zajac
scored two goals to make the final score,
3-0.
Sioux win Broadmoor Trophy
UND headed to St. Paul as the
WCHA’s No. 3 seed after ninth-seeded
Minnesota Duluth knocked off No. 2 seed
Denver in the first round.
That gave North Dakota a berth in the
semifinals on Friday afternoon against No.
2 seed Wisconsin. The Badgers jumped out
to a 2-0 lead in the first period, but UND
came back to upset the UW, 4-3, behind
the first two goals of sophomore Rylan
Kaip’s career in 60 career games.
That set up a Final Five championship
game matchup against St. Cloud State.
After the Huskies grabbed a 1-0 lead, UND
scored five consecutive goals and led 5-1
midway through the second period. St.
Cloud State cut the lead to 5-3 early in the
second period, but neither team scored
again, giving UND the win and its first
UND finished the regular season tied
for fourth place in the WCHA standings
with Colorado College. The Sioux, however, owned the tie breaker as a result of having one more conference win than the
Tigers.
That meant UND was the league’s No.
4 seed entering the playoffs
and set up a first round
matchup against visiting
Minnesota State. In game
one of the best-of-three
series, the teams played to a
2-2 tie after regulation.
MSU shocked the Sioux
when Rob Rankin scored
3:18 into overtime to give
the Mavericks a 3-2 win and
1-0 lead in the series.
Needing to win backto-back games to advance to
the WCHA Final Five in St.
Paul, UND won 4-1 on
Saturday behind two goals
from Oshie. Oshie’s first
goal in the Saturday game Freshman T.J. Oshie led the nation in game-winning goals in 2005-06
proved to be the game win- with a UND school-record nine. He was named to the WCHA’s AllRookie team.
Thirteen-time WCHA Champions: 1958, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004
05-06 season recap
UND celebrated its first WCHA playoff championship since 2000 when the Sioux beat St. Cloud State, 5-3, on March 18 in the WCHA Final Five in St. Paul, Minn.
WCHA playoff title since the 2000 season
and eighth in school history.
The league playoff championship
gave UND the WCHA’s automatic berth
into the NCAA regionals. Parise was
named the WCHA Final Five most valuable player, and he along with Oshie and
junior defenseman Matt Smaby were
named to the Final Five all-tournament
team.
Sioux host NCAA West Regional
UND was host for the NCAA West
Regional, so all that was left for the Sioux
was to await the other three qualifiers. The
NCAA announced its selections on
Sunday, March 19, and joining UND were
league rival Minnesota, Michigan from the
CCHA and Holy Cross from Atlantic
Hockey.
The first semifinal matchup was Holy
Cross against top seed Minnesota. The
Crusaders advanced to the region final by
upsetting the Gophers, 4-3, in overtime.
The Sioux took on Michigan in the
other semifinal and soundly defeated the
Wolverines, 5-1. That set up a region
championship matchup with Holy Cross
the following night. Although the
Crusaders played well, there would be no
upset, with UND winning 5-2 to advance
to the Frozen Four for the 16th time in
school history. Toews was named the West
Region championship most valuable player, and was joined on the region all-tournament team by Parise, Smaby and Duncan.
Sioux fall to BC in Frozen Four
UND was paired with Boston College
in one Frozen Four semifinal matchup,
with Wisconsin and Maine meeting in the
other semifinal game. BC jumped out to a
3-0 first period lead on UND, and although
the Sioux battled back, the Eagles hung on
Seven-time NCAA Champions: 1959, 1963, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 2000
for a 6-5 win. Wisconsin beat Boston
College, 2-1, in the national title game.
Despite the loss, UND’s appearance in
the Frozen Four was its fourth in seven
seasons, giving Fighting Sioux hockey
fans yet another exciting season.
Five players sign professional
contracts
A week after the Frozen Four loss,
Zajac signed a professional contract with
the NHL’s New Jersey Devils, and Smaby
signed a contract with the Tampa Bay
Lightning. Stafford signed with the
Buffalo Sabres in early May, and later in
May Spirko chose to return to his native
Slovakia to play professionally. Parise
signed with New Jersey over the summer.
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05-06 game-by-game results
Date
Oct. 8
Oct. 9
Oct. 14
Oct. 15
Oct. 21
Oct. 22
Oct. 28
Oct. 29
Nov. 04
Nov. 05
Nov. 11
Nov. 12
Nov. 18
Nov. 19
Dec. 02
Dec. 03
Dec. 09
Dec. 10
Dec. 16
Dec. 17
Dec. 29
Dec. 30
Jan. 06
Jan. 07
Jan. 13
Jan. 14
Jan. 20
Jan. 21
Jan. 27
Jan. 28
Feb. 03
Feb. 04
Feb. 17
Feb. 18
Feb. 24
Feb. 25
Mar. 03
Mar. 04
Mar. 10
Mar. 11
Mar. 12
Mar. 17
Mar. 18
Mar. 24
Mar. 25
Apr. 06
Opponent
vs Miami
vs Michigan State
Northeastern
Northeastern
at #12 New Hampshire
at #12 New Hampshire
#9 Denver*
#9 Denver*
#9 Wisconsin*
#9 Wisconsin*
at Minnesota-Duluth*
at Minnesota-Duluth*
at St. Cloud State*
at St. Cloud State*
at Michigan Tech*
at Michigan Tech*
#8 Minnesota*
#8 Minnesota*
at Bemidji State
#19 Bemidji State
#16 Harvard
#16 Havard
at Alaska Anchorage*
at Alaska Anchorage*
at #2 Minnesota*
at #2 Minnesota*
Minnesota State*
Minnesota State*
St. Cloud State*
St. Cloud State*
W/L
W
L
W
W
W
T
W
L
L
L
W
W
L
W
W
W
L
L
W
W
L
W
L
W
L
W
W
W
L
L
at #7 Colorado College* W
at #7 Colorado College* L
Minnesota-Duluth* W
Minnesota-Duluth* W
at #11 Denver*
W
at #11 Denver*
L
Michigan Tech*
W
Michigan Tech*
W
Minnesota State
L
Minnesota State
W
Minnesota State
W
vs #3 Wisconsin
W
vs #18 St. Cloud State W
#11 Michigan
W
#19 Holy Cross
W
vs #3 Boston College L
Score
3-0
0-3
6-0
2-1
3-2
3-3 OT
3-1
2-7
2-4
1-4
5-3
7-4
2-3
3-2
6-1
8-2
3-4
3-4
2-1
5-1
0-1
3-2
3-5
5-0
1-6
4-2
6-3
4-2
1-2
1-2 OT
4-2
2-3
4-0
5-1
6-2
3-7
4-0
6-0
2-3 OT
4-1
3-0
4-3
5-3
5-1
5-2
5-6
Shots
22/37
25/35
32/19
38/18
25/23
28/43
25/28
27/25
30/24
27/46
31/29
26/43
30/26
26/43
44/19
31/44
22/33
33/29
30/35
26/26
29/21
23/30
51/26
39/23
28/48
27/43
25/29
33/35
29/25
37/29
26/29
23/39
30/28
26/23
31/23
28/33
38/22
29/24
31/36
31/26
25/32
31/30
29/40
33/35
32/19
41/31
Overall
1-0-0
1-1-0
2-1-0
3-1-0
4-1-0
4-1-1
5-1-1
5-2-1
5-3-1
5-4-1
6-4-1
7-4-1
7-5-1
8-5-1
9-5-1
10-5-1
10-6-1
10-7-1
11-7-1
12-7-1
12-8-1
13-8-1
13-9-1
14-9-1
14-10-1
15-10-1
16-10-1
17-10-1
17-11-1
17-12-1
18-12-1
18-13-1
19-13-1
20-13-1
21-13-1
21-14-1
22-14-1
23-14-1
23-15-1
24-15-1
25-15-1
26-15-1
27-15-1
28-15-1
29-15-1
29-16-1
WCHA
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
0-0-0
1-0-0
1-1-0
1-2-0
1-3-0
2-3-0
3-3-0
3-4-0
4-4-0
5-4-0
6-4-0
6-5-0
6-6-0
6-6-0
6-6-0
6-6-0
6-6-0
6-7-0
7-7-0
7-8-0
8-8-0
9-8-0
10-8-0
10-9-0
10-10-0
11-10-0
11-11-0
12-11-0
13-11-0
14-11-0
14-12-0
15-12-0
16-12-0
16-12-0
16-12-0
16-12-0
16-12-0
16-12-0
16-12-0
16-12-0
16-12-0
Time
2:10
2:05
2:15
2:16
2:25
2:38
2:24
2:23
2:15
2:21
2:18
2:18
2:09
2:11
2:14
2:18
2:26
2:21
2:35
2:12
2:13
2:22
2:14
2:11
2:16
2:18
2:20
2:35
2:10
2:13
2:20
2:23
2:13
2:16
2:34
2.28
2:21
2:15
2:31
2:11
2:12
2.26
2.28
2:26
2:15
2:50
Dates
46
24
17
5
Total
414,922
261,875
95,437
57,610
Attend
2,786
1,437
10,175
10,492
6,501
6,501
11,045
11,261
10,972
11,224
5,216
5,353
6,054
6,138
1,797
1,849
11,710
11,723
2,413
11,664
10,748
10,598
3,095
3,438
10,215
10,269
11,309
11,536
11,458
11,645
6,841
7,472
10,976
11,619
6,140
6,145
11,005
11,393
8,048
9,258
9,371
16,468
19,282
11,153
11,492
17,637
Goalie
Jordan Parise (1-0-0)
Philippe Lamoureux (0-1-0)
Jordan Parise (2-0-0)
Philippe Lamoureux (1-1-0)
Jordan Parise (3-0-0)
Jordan Parise (3-0-1)
Jordan Parise (4-0-1, 1-0-0)
Philippe Lamoureux (1-2-0, 0-1-0)
Jordan Parise (4-1-1, 1-1-0)
Jordan Parise (4-2-1, 1-2-0)
Jordan Parise (5-2-1, 2-2-0)
Jordan Parise (6-2-1, 3-2-0)
Philippe Lamoureux (1-3-0, 0-2-0)
Jordan Parise (7-2-1, 4-2-0)
Jordan Parise (8-2-1, 5-2-0)
Jordan Parise (9-2-1, 6-2-0)
Jordan Parise (9-3-1, 6-3-0)
Jordan Parise (9-4-1, 6-4-0)
Philippe Lamoureux (2-3-0, 0-2-0)
Jordan Parise (10-4-1, 6-4-0)
Philippe Lamoureux (2-4-0, 0-2-0)
Jordan Parise (11-4-1, 6-4-0)
Philippe Lamoureux (2-5-0, 0-3-0)
Philippe Lamoureux (3-5-0, 1-3-0)
Philippe Lamoureux (3-6-0, 1-4-0)
Philippe Lamoureux (4-6-0, 2-4-0)
Philippe Lamoureux (5-6-0, 3-4-0)
Jordan Parise (12-4-1, 7-4-0)
Philippe Lamoureux (5-7-0, 3-5-0)
Jordan Parise (12-5-1, 7-5-0)
Jordan Parise (13-5-1, 8-5-0)
Jordan Parise (13-6-1, 8-6-0)
Jordan Parise (14-6-1, 9-6-0)
Jordan Parise (15-6-1, 10-6-0)
Jordan Parise (16-6-1, 11-6-0)
Jordan Parise (16-7-1, 11-7-0)
Jordan Parise (17-7-1, 12-7-0)
Jordan Parise (18-7-1, 13-7-0)
Jordan Parise (18-8-1, 13-7-0)
Jordan Parise (19-8-1, 13-7-0)
Jordan Parise (20-8-1, 13-7-0)
Jordan Parise (21-8-1, 13-7-0)
Jordan Parise (22-8-1, 13-7-0)
Jordan Parise (23-8-1, 13-7-0)
Jordan Parise (24-8-1, 13-7-0)
Jordan Parise (24-9-1, 13-7-0)
Home games in bold
* - WCHA games
$ - WCHA playoffs (first round)
^ - WCHA Final Five (St. Paul, Minn.)
& - NCAA West Regional (Grand Forks, ND)
# - NCAA Frozen Four (Milwaukee, Wis.)
Team Record
Overall :
WCHA:
Home:
Away:
Neutral:
Overtime:
64
W-L-T
29-16-1
16-12-0
15-9-0
11-5-1
3-2-0
0-2-1
Attendance
Total:
Home:
Away:
Neutral:
Average
9,020
10,911
5,614
11,522
Thirteen-time WCHA Champions: 1958, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004
05-06 sioux statistics
Overall
Name
Drew Stafford, F
Travis Zajac, F
T.J. Oshie, F
Jonathan Toews, F
Ryan Duncan, F
Rastislav Spirko, F
Brian Lee, D
Chris Porter, F
Matt Smaby, D
Taylor Chorney, D
Kyle Radke, D
Andrew Kozek, F
Mike Prpich, F
Erik Fabian, F
Matt Watkins, F
Rylan Kaip, F
Zach Jones, D
Joe Finley, D
Jordan Parise, G
Lee Marvin, D
Todd Alexander, D
Scott Foyt, D
Philippe Lamoureux, G
Ryan Martens, F
Brad Miller, F
GP
42
46
44
42
46
39
44
46
46
44
44
46
45
37
46
42
46
43
34
13
3
7
14
2
15
TEAM
Total
Opponents
46
0
46 164
46 109
Goaltenders
Name
Jordan Parise
Philippe Lamoureux
TEAM/EMPTY
Total
Opponents
GP W-L-T
34 24-9-1
14
5-7-0
3
0-0-0
46 29-16-1
46 16-29-1
G
24
18
24
22
16
11
4
7
4
3
3
7
7
6
5
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
A Pts
24 48
29 47
21 45
17 39
20 36
20 31
23 27
16 23
15 19
15 18
12 15
6 13
5 12
5 11
4
9
5
8
6
6
3
3
3
3
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
WCHA
+/- Pen PIM
+25 22
63
+17 10
20
+9 11
33
+20 11
22
+19 13
26
+4
7
22
+15 22
44
+7 20
40
+18 36 113
+22 23
54
+14 39 100
+8 11
22
+2 37 104
+9
8
38
+6 13
45
+5 34
76
+14 37
93
+18 33
96
0
3
6
0
3
6
0
0
0
+1
4
19
0
1
2
0
0
0
-2
1
2
PP
4
8
11
9
5
2
2
3
3
2
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
8
250 414 +231 403 1054
170 279
-- 367 904
0
52
47
SO
Min
6 2017:12
1
734:26
0
16:50
7 2768:28
2 2768:28
GA
74
32
0
109
164
SH GW
7
3
2
3
0
9
0
2
0
3
1
1
0
0
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
2
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
11
6
GAA SV
2.20
968
2.61
327
0.00
0
2.36 1295
3.55 1219
0
29
16
Sv%
.929
.911
.000
.924
.884
GP
28
28
28
28
28
24
28
28
28
28
26
28
27
27
28
24
28
27
20
4
1
4
4
G
16
11
13
14
9
7
2
4
1
3
2
7
6
6
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
A
20
15
11
8
12
12
12
9
9
8
8
3
5
4
2
5
5
3
2
1
0
0
0
28
0
28 104
28 76
0
154
121
GP
20
10
3
28
28
Overall
Pts
36
26
24
22
21
19
14
13
10
11
10
10
11
10
5
5
5
3
2
1
0
0
0
+/+18
+9
+3
+10
+13
+3
+7
+4
+10
+16
+11
+8
+4
+7
+1
+1
+9
+17
0
-1
0
+1
0
Pen
14
7
8
8
11
4
16
9
18
13
25
6
23
7
10
23
16
24
2
1
0
3
1
PIM
47
14
27
16
22
16
32
18
66
34
72
12
65
36
31
54
51
78
4
2
0
17
2
0
0
258 +151
197
--
4
253
228
8
724
579
W-L-T SO GAA
13-7-0
3
2.41
3-5-0
1
3.14
0-0-0
0
0.00
16-12-0 4
2.71
12-16-0 0
3.71
Sv%
.924
.896
.000
2.71
.881
WCHA
Goals by Period
North Dakota
Opponents
1
49
28
2
62
43
3
53
36
OT
0
2
Shots by Period
North Dakota
Opponents
1
2
474 498
402 436
3
480
485
OT
7
5
Total
164
109
Total
1459
1328
Goals by Period
North Dakota
Opponents
1
29
21
2
37
26
3
38
28
OT
0
1
Shots by Period
North Dakota
Opponents
1
287
269
2
296
270
3
283
313
OT
2
0
Power Play
North Dakota
Opponents
Goals
52
47
Chances
246
282
Pct.
.211
.167
Power Play
North Dakota
Opponents
Goals
28
33
Chances
138
165
Pct.
.203
.200
Penalty Kill
North Dakota
Opponents
Kills
235
194
Chances
282
246
Pct.
.833
.789
Penalty Kill
North Dakota
Opponents
Kills
132
110
Chances
165
138
Pct.
.800
.797
Seven-time NCAA Champions: 1959, 1963, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 2000
Total
104
76
Total
868
858
65
Date
Opp
10/8
MIA
10/9 MICHST
10/14
NU
10/15
NU
10/21
NH
10/22
NH
10/28
DU
10/29
DU
11/4
UW
11/5
UW
11/11 UMD
11/12 UMD
11/18 SCSU
11/19 SCSU
12/2 MTU
12/3 MTU
12/9
UM
12/10
UM
12/16 BSU
12/17
BSU
12/29 HAR
12/30 HAR
1/6
UAA
1/7
UAA
1/13
UM
1/14
UM
1/20
MSU
1/21
MSU
1/27 SCSU
1/28 SCSU
2/3
CC
2/4
CC
2/17
UMD
2/18
UMD
2/24
DU
2/25
DU
3/3
MTU
3/4
MTU
3/10 MSU*
3/11 MSU*
3/12 MSU*
3/17
UW#
3/18 SCSU#
3/24MICH%
3/25 HC%
4/6
BC^
2 - Joe Finley
1 - Jordan Parise
66
7 - T.J. Oshie
1-1
0-0
0-3
0-1
1-0
1-0
0-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-0
1-2
0-0
0-0
1-0
0-1
1-0
0-1
1-0
3-0
DNP
DNP
0-0
1-0
0-0
0-1
2-1
0-0
0-0
1-0
1-1
0-1
1-0
0-1
1-0
1-0
0-0
1-1
0-0
2-0
0-1
0-1
1-1
1-1
0-1
0-0
8 - Ryan Martens
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
0-0
0-0
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
9 - Jonathan Toews
1-0
0-0
1-2
0-0
1-0
0-1
1-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-0
1-0
0-0
0-0
1-0
0-1
0-0
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
0-0
0-1
0-0
1-0
0-1
1-1
1-0
0-0
1-0
0-0
0-0
2-1
2-0
1-0
1-2
0-1
0-0
1-0
0-0
0-1
1-2
1-1
1-2
1-0
10 - Andrew Kozek
0-0
0-0
0-2
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-0
2-0
0-0
0-1
0-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-0
1-0
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-0
0-0
0-0
2-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
11 - R. Spirko
0-0
0-0
0-0
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
0-0
1-3
0-0
0-0
3-0
0-0
1-1
0-1
0-0
0-4
0-0
1-1
0-0
1-0
0-0
1-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-1
0-2
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-1
0-1
0-0
0-1
1-0
1-0
0-1
0-0
1-0
13 - Lee Marvin
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
0-0
DNP
0-0
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-1
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
0-0
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
DNP
DNP
DNP
14 - Brad Miller
DNP
DNP
DNP
0-0
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
0-0
0-0
DNP
DNP
DNP
0-0
0-0
DNP
DNP
DNP
0-0
0-0
0-0
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
15 - Travis Zajac
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-1
0-1
1-1
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-2
2-1
0-0
0-0
1-1
0-1
0-1
1-1
0-1
0-3
0-0
0-2
1-0
1-1
0-0
1-1
0-1
1-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-0
0-2
1-0
0-0
0-0
0-1
0-0
1-0
1-2
2-0
0-1
0-0
1-1
1-0
1-2
16 - Ryan Duncan
0-1
0-0
1-1
1-0
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-0
1-0
0-0
1-2
2-0
0-0
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-1
0-0
1-0
0-0
0-1
1-2
1-1
0-0
1-1
0-1
0-0
0-1
0-1
1-0
2-1
1-1
1-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-0
DNP
DNP
0-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
DNP
DNP
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
2-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-0
17 - Rylan Kaip
5 - Todd Alexander
* - First Round, WCHA Playoffs; # - WCHA Final Five; % - NCAA West Regional; ^ - NCAA Frozen Four
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-1
0-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
4 - Taylor Chorney
6 - Zach Jones
37
0-0 0-0 DNP
DNP 0-0 0-0 DNP
19
0-0 0-0 DNP
DNP 0-0 0-0 DNP
21
0-0 0-0 DNP
40
0-0 0-0 DNP
27
0-0 0-0 DNP
DNP 0-0 1-0 DNP
20
0-0 0-0 DNP
42
0-0 0-0 DNP
26
0-1
0-1 DNP
39
0-1
0-0 DNP
DNP 0-0
0-0 DNP
41
0-0
0-0 DNP
18
0-0
0-0 DNP
42
0-0
0-2 DNP
29
0-0 0-0 DNP
20
0-0 1-0 DNP
DNP DNP 0-1 DNP
25 DNP 0-1 DNP
DNP 0-0 DNP 0-0
28
0-0 DNP 0-0
DNP 0-1 0-1 DNP
DNP 0-0 0-0 DNP
DNP 0-0 0-0 DNP
DNP 0-0 0-0 DNP
DNP 0-0 0-2 DNP
33
0-0 0-0 DNP
DNP DNP 0-0
0-0
27
0-0 0-0 DNP
27
0-0 0-0 DNP
36
0-0 0-1 DNP
28
0-0 0-0 DNP
22
0-0 0-0 DNP
21
0-0 0-0 DNP
24
0-0 1-0 DNP
22
0-0 0-0 DNP
24
0-0 0-1 DNP
33
0-0 0-2 DNP
25
0-0 0-1 DNP
32
0-0 0-1 DNP
27
0-0 0-0 DNP
37
0-0 0-1 DNP
34
0-0 0-0 DNP
17
0-0 0-0 DNP
25
0-0 0-0 DNP
18 - Drew Stafford
1-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-0
2-0
0-1
0-1
0-1
0-0
3-1
0-0
0-0
1-0
0-2
3-1
0-1
0-0
1-0
1-1
0-0
1-0
1-1
0-2
0-0
0-1
2-0
1-1
0-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
2-0
0-1
0-3
0-1
2-1
1-0
0-0
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
1-0
0-2
0-1
19 - Mike Prpich
20 - Matt Watkins
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-0
0-0
1-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-0
0-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-0
0-0
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-0
1-0
0-1
21 - Erik Fabian
0-0
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
DNP
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-1
1-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-1
1-0
0-0
1-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-0
0-1
1-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
22- Brian Lee
0-1
0-0
1-0
0-1
0-1
0-1
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-3
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-1
0-1
0-0
0-0
DNP
DNP
0-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-2
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-1
0-1
0-1
1-0
0-0
0-1
0-1
0-0
0-2
0-1
0-1
1-1
0-1
0-0
1-1
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-1
1-0
0-0
1-0
0-0
0-2
0-1
0-0
0-1
0-1
0-1
0-0
0-0
1-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-0
1-0
1-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-0
0-2
0-0
0-0
0-1
0-1
24 - Chris Porter
*Note – Saves indicated for goaltenders
0-0
0-0
1-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
DNP
0-0
0-0
1-0
0-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-1
0-1
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-1
1-0
0-0
0-0
1-0
0-0
0-0
1-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
25 - Scott Foyt
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
0-0
DNP
0-0
0-0
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
26 - Kyle Radke
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-0
0-0
0-0
1-0
0-0
1-1
0-1
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-0
0-1
0-1
0-0
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-0
0-1
DNP
0-0
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-1
DNP
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-0
27 - Matt Smaby
0-0
0-0
1-0
0-0
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-2
0-0
0-2
0-0
0-1
0-1
0-0
0-1
0-1
0-0
0-1
0-0
1-1
0-0
34- P. Lamoureux
DNP
32
DNP
17
DNP
DNP
DNP
18
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
23
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
5
34
DNP
20
DNP
21
23
42
41
26
DNP
23
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
2
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
05-06 game-by-game scoring
Thirteen-time WCHA Champions: 1958, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004
05-06 game summaries
A- 1437 T- 2:05
Referee: Brian Aaron ARs: Patrick Bracco, Neil Stafford
Win- Dominic Vicari (2-0-0). Loss- Philippe Lamoureux (0-1-
– Game 1 –
Oct. 8, 2005, Lefty McFadden Invitational
Dayton, Ohio, Nutter Center
0).
North Dakota 3, Miami 0
#7/6 North Dakota
1
1
1
3
Miami
0
0
0
0
1st period - 1, UND, Jonathan Toews/1 (Chris Porter/1, T.J.
Oshie/1) 17:54 (pp). Penalties - Brian Lee, UND (obstructionholding) 4:51; Drew Stafford, UND (high sticking) 5:17; Nino
Musitelli, MIA (slashing) 6:56; Stephen Dennis, MIA (ot) 7:26;
Mike Prpich, UND (hooking) 10:09; Mike Prpich, UND (eh)
12:44; Matt Davis, MIA (obstruction-holding) 16:08; Taylor
Chorney, UND (ol) 20:00.
2nd period - 2, UND T.J. Oshie/1 (Brian Lee/1, Ryan
Duncan/1) 19:24 (pp). Penalties - Ryan Jones, MIA (interference) :39; ZachJones, UND (ot) 5:20; Zach Jones, UND (holdi
ng) 8:47; Kyle Radke, UND (ot) 11:10; Raymond Eichenlaub,
MIA (hooking) 13:28; Matt Davis, MIA (hooking) 14:33; Kyle
Radke, UND (tripping) 16:04; Mitch Ganzak, MIA (ot) 19:02;
Raymond Eichenlaub, MIA (interference) 19:54.
3rd period - 3, UND, Drew Stafford/1 19:48 (empty net) (sh).
Penalties - Marty Guerin, MIA (interference) 7:53; Andrew
Kozek, UND (obstruction-slashing) 10:48; Jonathan Toews,
UND (hc) 13:33; Brian Lee, UND (hooking) 14:05; Marty
Guerin, MIA (interference) 15:21; Matt Smaby, UND (checking
from behind) 16:11; Matt Smaby, UND (checking from behind)
16:11; Chris Porter, UND (unsportsmanlike conduct) 17:56;
Andy Greene, MIA (obstruction-holding) 17:56.
Shots on goal - UND 5-8-9 22; MIA 15-16-6 37.
Power plays - UND 2 of 10; MIA 0 of 12.
Penalties - UND 15 (41 min); MIA 11 (22 min).
Goalies - UND, Jordan Parise 1-0-0 (60:00 minutes, 37
shots-37 saves); MIA, Jeff Zatkoff 0-1-0 (58:31, 21-19), EMPTY
NET (01:29, 0-0).
A-2786 T-2:10
Referee: Brian Aaron ARs: Raymond King, Neil Stafford
Win- Jordan Parise (1-0-0). Loss- Jeff Zatkoff (0-1-0).
*Toews
Porter
Fabian
Watkins
UND Lineup
*Zajac
*Stafford
Duncan
Spirko
Prpich
Kozek
Kaip
Oshie
*Smaby
*Lee
Jones
Chorney
Finley
Radke
*Parise
Lamoureux
– Game 2 –
Oct. 9, 2005, Lefty McFadden Invitational
Dayton, Ohio, Nutter Center
Michigan State 3, North Dakota 0
#7/6 North Dakota
0
0
0
0
#17 Michigan State
0
3
0
3
1st period - Penalties - Jim McKenzie, MSU (checking from
behind) 1:56; Jim McKenzie, MSU (game misconduct) 1:56;
Chris Porter, UND (slashing) 3:34; David Booth, MSU (obstruction-hooking) 7:54; Kyle Radke, UND (tripping) 10:14; Chris
Porter, UND (goaltender interference) 14:30; Corey Potter, MSU
(ot) 18:09.
2nd period - 1, MSU, Chris Mueller (Drew Miller) 2:25. 2,
MSU, David Booth (Bryan Lerg) 6:59 (sh). 3, MSU, Chris
Mueller (Colton Fretter, Tyler Howells) 8:59 (pp). Penalties Jonathan Toews, UND (obstruction-hooking) :22; Joe Finley,
UND (interference) 3:52; Chris Mueller, MSU (rc) 6:31; T.J.
Oshie, UND (ot) 8:18; Zak McClellan, MSU (checking from
behind) 10:54; Zak McClellan, MSU (game misconduct) 10:54;
Mike Prpich, UND (goaltender interference) 16:23; Colton
Fretter, MSU (hooking) 18:11.
3rd period - Penalties - Mike Prpich, UND (hc) :39; Taylor
Chorney, UND (cross-checking) 3:50; Drew Miller, MSU (interference) 9:17; Matt Smaby, UND (rc) 12:33; Taylor Chorney,
UND (tripping) 15:52; Matt Watkins, UND (obstruction-hooking)
16:01; Daniel Vukovic, MSU (cross-checking) 20:00.
Shots on goal - UND 9-12-4 25; MSU 11-11-13 35.
Power plays - UND 0 of 7; MSU 1 of 11.
Penalties - UND 12 (24 min); MSU 10 (42 min).
Goalies - UND, Philippe Lamoureux 0-1-0 (59:00 minutes, 35
shots-32 saves), EMPTY NET (01:00, 0-0); MSU, Dominic
Vicari 2-0-0 (60:00, 25-25).
*Toews
Porter
Fabian
Watkins
UND Lineup
*Zajac
*Stafford
Duncan
Spirko
Prpich
Kozek
Kaip
Oshie
*Smaby
*Lee
Jones
Chorney
Finley
Radke
*Lamoureux
Parise
– Game 3 –
3rd period - Penalties - Chuck Tomes, NU (holding the stick)
3:22; Andrew Kozek, UND (high sticking) 10:17; Jimmy Russo,
NU (roughing) 10:45; Ryan Ginand, NU (rg) 19:27.
Shots on goal - NU 2-11-5 18; UND 11-11-16 38.
Power plays - NU 0 of 5; UND 2 of 13.
Penalties - NU 13 (37 min); UND 6 (12 min).
Goalies - NU, Adam Geragosian 0-1 (59:36 minutes, 38
shots-36 saves), EMPTY NET (00:24, 0-0); UND, Philippe
Lamoureux 1-1 (60:00, 18-17).
A- 10,492 T- 2:16
Referee: Bill Mason ARs: Andy Carton, Mike Eslinger
Win- Philippe Lamoureux (1-1). Loss- Adam Geragosian (01).
Northeastern timeout at 18:52 of third period
*Watkins
Toews
Fabian
Kozek
Oct. 14, 2005
Grand Forks, N.D., Ralph Engelstad Arena
North Dakota 6, Northeastern 0
Northeastern
0
0
0
0
#9 North Dakota
2
2
2
6
1st period - 1, UND, Chris Porter/1 (T.J. Oshie/2, Jonathan
Toews/1) 8:20. 2, UND, Matt Smaby/1 (T.J. Oshie/3, Ryan
Duncan/2) 9:54 (pp). Penalties - Rylan Kaip, UND (interference) 2:15; Dennis McCauley, NU (holding) 4:36; Steve Birnstill,
NU (high sticking) 8:48; Joe Finley, UND (high sticking) 11:01.
2nd period - 3, UND, Mike Prpich/1 (Erik Fabian/1, Jordan
Parise/1) 1:56. 4, UND, Ryan Duncan/1 (Jonathan Toews/1,
Andrew Kozek/1) 18:21. Penalties - Carter Lee, NU (goaltender
interference) 4:25; Brian Swiniarski, NU (cross-checking) 7:00;
Zach Jones, UND (holding) 11:11; Brian Deeth, NU (holding)
14:30; Matt Smaby, UND (roughing) 18:30; Brian Deeth, NU
(roughing) 18:30.
3rd period - 5, UND, Jonathan Toews/2 (Chris Porter/2) :57.
6, UND, Brian Lee/1 (Andrew Kozek/2, T.J. Oshie/4) 16:18 (pp).
Penalties - Drew Stafford, UND (roughing) 4:11; Matt Smaby,
UND (high sticking) 4:25; Ryan Ginand, NU (hooking) 5:58;
Dennis McCauley, NU (goaltender interference) 10:27; Louis
Liotti, NU (holding) 15:50; Rylan Kaip, UND (holding) 16:56.
Shots on goal - NU 2-8-9 19; UND 7-13-12 32.
Power plays - NU 0 of 5; UND 2 of 8.
Penalties - NU 9 (21 min); UND 7 (14 min).
Goalies - NU, Doug Jewer 0-1 (60:00 minutes, 32 shots-26
saves); UND, Jordan Parise 2-0 (60:00, 19-19).
A- 10,175 T- 2:15
Referee: Bill Mason ARs: Andy Carton, Mike Eslinger
Win- Jordan Parise (2-0). Loss- Doug Jewer (0-1).
Northwestern timeout at 4:25 3rd period.
*Spirko
Toews
Fabian
Watkins
UND Lineup
*Zajac
Oshie
Kaip
Duncan
*Jones
*Smaby
Chorney
Lee
Finley
Radke
*Parise
Lamoureux
Walski
*Stafford
Porter
Prpich
Kozek
– Game 5 –
Oct. 21, 2005
Durham, N.H., Towse Rink at Whittemore Center
North Dakota 3, New Hampshire 2
#8/6 North Dakota
1
0
2
3
#12 New Hampshire
0
1
1
2
1st period - 1, UND, T.J. Oshie/2 (Chris Porter/3) 1:03.
Penalties - Craig Switzer, UNH (hitting from behind) 1:33; Matt
Smaby, UND (interference) 4:17; Scott Foyt, UND (obstructionholding) 12:02; Taylor Chorney, UND (slashing) 18:30; Drew
Stafford, UND (hooking) 19:09.
2nd period - 2, UNH, Michael Hutchins (Brett Hemingway/2)
:18 (pp). Penalties - Mike Prpich, UND (roughing) :18; Daniel
Winnik, UNH (hit after whistle) :18; Josh Ciocco, UNH (obstruction-holding) 2:43; Travis Zajac, UND (hooking) 7:23; Josh
Ciocco, UNH (dv) 10:10; Zach Jones, UND (ct) 13:26; Matt
Watkins, UND (10-minute misconduct) 14:46; Chris Murray,
UNH (holding the stick) 16:14.
3rd period - 3, UND, Drew Stafford/2 (Travis Zajac/1) 5:20
(sh). 4, UNH, Brett Hemingway/2 (Brian Yandle/3, Daniel
Winnik/2) 6:59 (pp). 5, UND, Jonathan Toews/3 (Brian Lee/3)
8:57. Penalties - Andrew Leach, UNH (interference) 2:09; Brian
Lee, UND (interference) 5:10; Mike Prpich, UND (ct) 8:07; Craig
Switzer, UNH (ct) 8:07.
Shots on goal - UND 6-5-14 25; UNH 6-11-6 23.
Power plays - UND 0 of 5; UNH 2 of 7.
Penalties - UND 10 (28 min); UNH 7 (14 min).
Goalies - UND, Jordan Parise 3-0-0 (59:54 minutes, 23
shots-21 saves), EMPTY NET (00:06, 0-0); UNH, Jeff Pietrasiak
1-1-0 (59:22, 25-22) EMPTY NET (00:38, 0-0).
A- 6,501 T- 2:25
Referee: John Gravellese ARs: Bob Bernard; Steve Glines
Win- Jordan Parise (3-0-0). Loss- Jeff Pietrasiak (1-1-0).
*Duncan
Toews
Fabian
Watkins
– Game 4 –
Oct. 15, 2005
Grand Forks, N.D., Ralph Engelstad Arena
North Dakota 2, Northeastern 1
Northeastern
0
1
0
1
#9 North Dakota
0
2
0
2
UND Lineup
*Zajac
*Stafford
Oshie
Porter
Kaip
Prpich
Duncan
Miller
*Jones
*Smaby
Chorney
Lee
Finley
Radke
*Parise
Lamoureux
Walski
UND Lineup
*Zajac
Oshie
Kaip
Foyt
*Jones
*Smaby
Chorney
Lee
Finley
Radke
*Parise
Lamoureux
*Stafford
Porter
Prpich
Kozek
1st period - Penalties - Zach Jones, UND (holding) :49;
Jacques Perreault, NU (slashing) 3:17; Pat Noonan, NU (tripping) 6:30; T.J. Oshie, UND (charging) 6:50; Jimmy Russo, NU
(roughing) 7:04; Jacques Perreault, NU (tripping) 12:55; Denis
Chisholm, NU (cross-checking) 15:36; Chris Porter, UND (interference) 19:08; Brian Swiniarski, NU (tripping) 19:47.
2nd period - 1, UND, Kyle Radke/1 5:55 (pp). 2, UND, Ryan
Duncan/2 (T.J. Oshie/5, Brian Lee/2) 9:37 (pp). 3, NU, Dennis
McCauley/1 (Rob Rassey/1, Matti Uusivirta/1) 13:16. Penalties
- Carter Lee, NU (checking from behind) 4:18; Carter Lee, NU
(checking from behind) 4:18; TEAM, NU (too many on ice) 7:39;
Zach Jones, UND (holding) 10:07; Matt Smaby, UND (crosschecking) 11:10; Louis Liotti, NU (interference) 14:54.
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05-06 game summaries
Win- Jordan Parise (4-0-1). Loss- Glenn Fisher (1-2-0).
Denver timeout at 12:36 of second period
– Game 6 –
Oct. 22, 2005
Durham, N.H., Towse Rink at Whittemore Center
North Dakota 3, New Hampshire 3 (OT)
#8/6 North Dakota
1
2
0
0
3
#12 New Hampshire
0
2
1
0
3
1st period - 1, UND, T.J. Oshie/3 (Brian Lee/3, Jonathan
Toews/2) 16:11 (pp). Penalties - Chris Porter, UND (oi) 3:08;
Daniel Winnik, UNH (hooking) 7:27; Drew Stafford, UND (ct)
12:20; Joe Finley, UND (ox) 13:47; Michael Hutchins, UNH
(hooking) 16:00; Kyle Radke, UND (obstruction-hooking) 17:38.
2nd period - 2, UND, Drew Stafford/3 (Ryan Duncan/3, Matt
Smaby/1) :32. 3, UND, Drew Stafford/4 (Travis Zajac/1) 4:11. 4,
UNH, Brett Hemingway/3 (Daniel Winnik/3) 7:54 (pp). 5, UNH,
Brett Hemingway/4 13:52. Penalties - Drew Stafford, UND (ct)
6:54; Michael Hutchins, UNH (hooking) 8:15; Zach Jones, UND
(tripping) 16:00; Chris Murray, UNH (ct) 18:41.
3rd period - 6, UNH, Trevor Smith/2 (Matt Fornataro/2,
Michael Hutchins/1) 12:28 (pp). Penalties - Kyle Radke, UND
(interference) 10:51; Drew Stafford, UND (hooking) 15:35.
OT period - Penalties - Chris Porter, UND (ct) 4:44; Brett
Hemingway, UNH (roughing) 4:44.
Shots on goal - UND 6-12-8-2 28; UNH 16-12-11-4 43.
Power plays - UND 1 of 4; UNH 2 of 8.
Penalties - UND 9 (18 min); UNH 5 (10 min).
Goalies - UND, Jordan Parise (65:00 minutes, 43 shots-40
saves); UNH, Kevin Regan (64:56, 28-25), EMPTY NET (00:04,
0-0).
A- 6,501 T- 2:38
Referee: Scott Hansen ARs: Steve Glines, Tom Quinn
UND- Jordan Parise (3-0-1). UNH- Kevin Regan (0-1-1).
*Duncan
Toews
Fabian
Watkins
UND Lineup
*Zajac
Oshie
Kaip
Foyt
*Jones
*Smaby
Chorney
Lee
Finley
Radke
*Parise
Lamoureux
*Stafford
Porter
Prpich
Kozek
– Game 7 –
Oct. 28, 2005
Grand Forks, N.D., Ralph Engelstad Arena
North Dakota 3, Denver 1
#9 Denver
0
1
0
1
#6 North Dakota
3
0
0
3
1st period - 1, UND, Kyle Radke/2 (Chris Porter/4) 9:35. 2,
UND, Travis Zajac/1 (Drew Stafford/1) 12:22. 3, UND, Jonathan
Toews/4 (T.J. Oshie/6, Travis Zajac/3) 16:33 (pp). Penalties Brian Lee, UND (interference) 1:34; Rylan Kaip, UND (roughing) 1:34; Adrian Veideman, DU (roughing) 1:34; Rylan Kaip,
UND (roughing) 1:34; Adrian Veideman, DU (roughing) 1:34;
Paul Stastny, DU (slashing) 3:13; Matt Carle, DU (holding) 4:53;
Brian Lee, UND (ce) 12:00; Adrian Veideman, DU (goaltender
interference) 12:00; Kyle Radke, UND (hooking) 13:55; TEAM,
DU (too many on ice) 15:34; Rylan Kaip, UND (high sticking)
17:33; Steven Cook, DU (contact with goalie) 19:53.
2nd period - 4, DU, Chris Butler/2 (Geoff Paukovich/1) 14:28.
Penalties - Travis Zajac, UND (interference) 1:36; Jonathan
Toews, UND (hooking) 3:24; Joe Finley, UND (roughing) 8:37;
Paul Stastny, DU (checking from behind) 10:25; Paul Stastny,
DU (game misconduct) 10:25; T.J. Oshie, UND (tripping) 11:14;
Jordan Parise, UND (interference) 12:36.
3rd period - Penalties - Tom May, DU (roughing) 7:19; Kyle
Radke, UND (roughing) 7:19; Mike Handza, DU (roughing)
7:19; Rylan Kaip, UND (roughing) 7:19; Ryan Duncan, UND (oi)
13:50; TEAM, UND (too many on ice) 16:18.
Shots on goal - DU 9-11-8 28; UND 11-4-10 25.
Power plays - DU 0 of 8; UND 1 of 5.
Penalties - DU 11 (36 min); UND 15 (30 min).
Goalies - DU, Glenn Fisher 1-2-0 (59:08 minutes, 25 shots22 saves), EMPTY NET (00:52, 0-0); UND, Jordan Parise 4-0-1
(60:00, 28-27).
A-11,045 T- 2:24
Referee: Derek Shepherd ARs: Nathan Freeman, Craig
Hanson
68
*Duncan
Toews
Fabian
Watkins
UND Lineup
*Zajac
Oshie
Kaip
Foyt
*Jones
*Smaby
Chorney
Lee
Finley
Radke
*Parise
Lamoureux
Walski
Penalties - Ross Carlson, UW (roughing) 9:36; Matt Olinger,
UW (checking from behind) 11:58; Matt Olinger, UW (game misconduct) 11:58; Mike Prpich, UND (holding) 17:43; Jeff Likens,
UW (roughing) 17:43; Rylan Kaip, UND (roughing) 17:43.
3rd period - 5, UW, Joe Pavelski/5 (Robbie Earl/7, Adam
Burish/4) 8:50. 6, UND, Ryan Duncan/3 (Kyle Radke/1) 10:58.
Penalties - Nick Licari, UW (clipping) 3:02; Mike Prpich, UND
(slashing) 5:43; Mike Prpich, UND (high sticking) 13:25; Jack
Skille, UW (dv) 17:06; Kyle Radke, UND (cross-checking)
17:35; Drew Stafford, UND (10-minute misconduct) 19:46.
Shots on goal - UW 11-5-8 24; UND 8-10-12 30.
Power plays - UW 1 of 7; UND 1 of 4.
Penalties - UW 7 (25 min); UND 9 (29 min).
Goalies - UW, Brian Elliott 5-1-1 (60:00 minutes, 30 shots-28
saves); UND, Jordan Parise 4-1-1 (58:30, 24-20), EMPTY NET
(01:30, 0-0).
A- 10972 T- 2:15
Referee: Scott Zelkin ARs: Nathan Freeman; Craig Hanson
Win- Brian Elliott (5-1-1). Loss- Jordan Parise (4-1-1).
*Stafford
Porter
Prpich
Kozek
– Game 8 –
Oct. 29, 2005
Grand Forks, N.D., Ralph Engelstad Arena
Denver 7, North Dakota 2
#9 Denver
0
3
4
7
#6 North Dakota
0
2
0
2
1st period - Penalties - Chris Porter, UND (high sticking)
1:26; J.P. Testwuide, DU (roughing) 14:53; Scott Foyt, UND
(roughing) 14:53; Chris Butler, DU (holding) 14:53; Ryan
Duncan, UND (obstruction-holding) 18:58.
2nd period - 1, DU, Matt Carle/2 3:20 (pp). 2, DU, Ryan
Dingle/4 (Adrian Veideman/3, Gabe Gauthier/5) 5:09 (pp). 3,
UND, Chris Porter/2 (Matt Smaby/2) 8:17 (pp). 4, UND, Taylor
Chorney/1 (Brian Lee/5, Drew Stafford/2) 12:10 (pp). 5, DU,
Gabe Gauthier/2 (Ryan Dingle/1, Paul Stastny/4) 14:54.
Penalties - Brian Lee, UND (hooking) 2:10; Rylan Kaip, UND
(cross-checking) 4:58; Andrew Thomas, DU (co) 6:47; Matt
Carle, DU (hooking) 10:47; T.J. Oshie, UND (high sticking)
15:54; Ryan Dingle, DU (tripping) 16:47.
3rd period - 6, DU, Matt Carle/3 (Paul Stastny/5, Adrian
Veideman/4) 1:34 (pp). 7, DU, Ryan Helgason/2 (Tom May/2,
J.P. Testwuide/1) 7:04. 8, DU, Paul Stastny/2 (Geoff
Paukovich/2) 16:43 (empty net). 9, DU, Tom May/1 (Geoff
Paukovich/3, Ryan Helgason/1) 17:28. Penalties - Taylor
Chorney, UND (holding) 1:04; Chris Butler, DU (obstructionholding) 4:09; Andrew Thomas, DU (high sticking) 8:24; Mike
Prpich, UND (10-minute misconduct) 19:28; Rylan Kaip, UND
(unsportsmanlike conduct) 19:45; Ryan Helgason, DU (roughing) 19:49; Lee Marvin, UND (ig) 19:49.
Shots on goal - DU 8-12-5 25; UND 6-10-11 27.
Power plays - DU 3 of 7; UND 2 of 6.
Penalties - DU 8 (16 min); UND 10 (28 min).
Goalies - DU, Peter Mannino 2-1-0 (60:00 minutes, 27 shots25 saves); UND, Philippe Lamoureux 1-2-0 (59:50, 24-18),
EMPTY NET (00:10, 0-0).
A- 11261 T- 2:23
Referee: Derek Shepherd ARs: Nathan Freeman; Craig
Hanson
Win- Peter Mannino (2-1-0). Loss- Philippe Lamoureux (1-20).
*Duncan
Toews
Kozek
Marvin
UND Lineup
*Zajac
Oshie
Kaip
Foyt
*Jones
*Smaby
Chorney
Lee
Finley
Radke
*Lamoureux
Parise
*Stafford
Porter
Prpich
Watkins
Toews
*Duncan
Fabian
Kozek
– Game 10 –
Nov. 5, 2005
Grand Forks, N.D., Ralph Engelstad Arena
Wisconsin 4, North Dakota 1
#9/10 Wisconsin
3
1
0
4
#5 North Dakota
1
0
0
1
1st period - 1, UW, Ryan MacMurchy/2 (Jake Dowell/3,
Andrew Joudrey/3) 10:40 (pp). 2, UW, Andrew Joudrey/3 (Jeff
Likens/3, Kyle Klubertanz/5) 13:22 (pp). 3, UW, Adam Burish/1
18:26 (sh). 4, UND, Chris Porter/3 (Kyle Radke/2) 19:09 (pp).
Penalties - Joe Finley, UND (tripping) 7:42; Joe Pavelski, UW
(dv) 7:42; Matt Smaby, UND (checking from behind) 9:49; Matt
Smaby, UND (game misconduct) 9:49; Joe Pavelski, UW (tripping) 11:25; Chris Porter, UND (hooking) 12:15; Ross Carlson,
UW (goaltender interference) 16:04; Kyle Klubertanz, UW
(roughing) 17:35; Travis Zajac, UND (roughing) 19:22; Joe
Pavelski, UW (roughing) 19:22.
2nd period - 5, UW, Jack Skille/4 (Robbie Earl/8, Joe
Pavelski/6) 9:38 (pp). Penalties - Andrew Kozek, UND (holding)
5:32; Joe Finley, UND (cross-checking) 8:57; Taylor Chorney,
UND (high sticking) 13:48; Taylor Chorney, UND (10-minute
misconduct) 13:48; Ryan MacMurchy, UW (interference) 14:00;
Adam Burish, UW (elbowing) 19:23.
3rd period - Penalties - Matt Watkins, UND (tripping) 3:22;
Ross Carlson, UW (slashing) 7:32; Joe Finley, UND (high sticking) 19:51.
Shots on goal - UW 14-17-15 46; UND 7-10-10 27.
Power plays - UW 3 of 8; UND 1 of 6.
Penalties - UW 8 (16 min); UND 11 (41 min).
Goalies - UW, Brian Elliott 6-1-1 (59:41 minutes, 27 shots-26
saves), EMPTY NET (00:19, 0-0); UND, Jordan Parise 4-2-1
(59:57, 46-42), EMPTY NET (00:03, 0-0).
A- 11224 T- 2:21
Referee: Scott Zelkin ARs: Nathan Freeman, Craig Hanson
Win- Brian Elliott (6-1-1). Loss- Jordan Parise (4-2-1).
– Game 9 –
*Toews
Duncan
Fabian
Marvin
Nov. 4, 2005
Grand Forks, N.D., Ralph Engelstad Arena
Wisconsin 4, North Dakota 2
#9/10 Wisconsin
2
1
1
4
#5 North Dakota
1
0
1
2
UND Lineup
Oshie
Porter
*Zajac
*Stafford
Kaip
Prpich
Watkins
Miller
*Jones
*Smaby
Chorney
Lee
Finley
Radke
*Parise
Lamoureux
Walski
UND Lineup
*Oshie
*Porter
Zajac
Stafford
Watkins
Kozek
Kaip
Miller
Jones
Smaby
*Chorney
*Lee
Finley
Radke
*Parise
Lamoureux
1st period - 1, UW, Matthew Ford/1 (Nick Licari/1, Tom
Gorowsky/1) 3:39. 2, UW, Jack Skille/3 (Joe Pavelski/5, Robbie
Earl/6) 17:46 (pp). 3, UND, Kyle Radke/3 (Drew Stafford/3,
Travis Zajac/4) 19:17 (pp). Penalties - Drew Stafford, UND
(interference) 5:31; Travis Zajac, UND (tripping) 11:41; T.J.
Oshie, UND (holding) 16:53; Ryan MacMurchy, UW (slashing)
18:29.
2nd period - 4, UW, Robbie Earl/4 (Adam Burish/3) 8:44.
Thirteen-time WCHA Champions: 1958, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004
05-06 game summaries
– Game 11 –
Nov. 11, 2005
Duluth, Minn., DECC
North Dakota 5, Minnesota Duluth 3
#10/11 North Dakota
2
1
2
5
Minnesota Duluth
0
1
2
3
1st period - 1, UND, Drew Stafford/5 (Travis Zajac/5, Matt
Smaby/3) :58. 2, UND, Ryan Duncan/4 (Rylan Kaip/1, Joe
Finley/1) 2:14. Penalties - Matt Smaby, UND (high sticking)
3:45; Drew Stafford, UND (interference) 7:43; Zach Jones, UND
(cross-checking) 11:06; Matt McKnight, UMD (holding the stick)
15:24; Andrew Carroll, UMD (goaltender interference) 19:37.
2nd period - 3, UMD, Tim Stapleton/3 (Jason Garrison/3,
Travis Gawryletz/3) 11:01. 4, UND, Drew Stafford/6 (Ryan
Duncan/4) 16:24 (pp). Penalties - Nick Kemp, UMD (hooking)
5:18; TEAM, UND (too many on ice) 6:49; Mike Curry, UMD
(charging) 12:45; Micheal Gergen, UMD (slashing) 15:41.
3rd period - 5, UND, Drew Stafford/7 (Ryan Duncan/5, Taylor
Chorney/1) 8:14. 6, UMD, Mason Raymond/2 (Matt McKnight/4,
Jason Garrison/4) 9:42 (pp). 7, UMD, Justin Williams/4 (Josh
Meyers/2, Matt Niskanen/3) 18:29 (pp). 8, UND, T.J. Oshie/4
(Travis Zajac/6, Drew Stafford/7) 19:58 (empty net). Penalties Jim Jensen, UMD (holding) 2:00; TEAM, UND (too many on
ice) 3:18; Matt Niskanen, UMD (oi) 7:02; Brian Lee, UND (oi)
7:58; Matt Smaby, UND (charging) 9:23; Bryan McGregor, UMD
(hooking) 11:50; Chris Porter, UND (hooking) 17:27; Drew
Stafford, UND (unsportsmanlike conduct) 19:58; Matt Niskanen,
UMD (unsportsmanlike conduct) 19:58.
Shots on goal - UND 9-6-16 31; UMD 9-9-11 29.
Power plays - UND 1 of 8; UMD 2 of 8.
Penalties - UND 9 (18 min); UMD 9 (18 min).
Goalies - UND, Jordan Parise 5-2-1 (60:00 minutes, 29
shots-26 saves); UMD, Isaac Reichmuth 2-3-2 (58:20, 30-26),
EMPTY NET (01:40, 0-0).
A- 5216 T- 2:18
Referee: Todd Anderson ARs: C.J. Beaurline; Jerome
Krieger
Win- Jordan Parise (5-2-1). Loss- Isaac Reichmuth (2-3-2).
Toews
*Spirko
Kozek
Fabian
UND Lineup
Oshie
Porter
*Zajac
*Stafford
Duncan
Kaip
Watkins
Prpich
Jones
Smaby
*Chorney
*Lee
Finley
Radke
*Parise
Lamoureux
– Game 12 –
Nov. 12, 2005
Duluth, Minn., DECC
North Dakota 7, Minnesota Duluth 4
#10/11 North Dakota
0
5
2
7
Minnesota Duluth
2
1
1
4
1st period - 1, UMD, Tim Stapleton/4 (Mason Raymond/5,
Andrew Carroll/1) 6:47 (pp). 2, UMD, Mason Raymond/3
(Micheal Gergen/1, Matt Niskanen/4) 9:47 (pp). Penalties TEAM, UND (too many on ice) 4:57; Matt Smaby, UND (checking from behind) 5:37; Matt Smaby, UND (10-minute misconduct) 5:37; Mason Raymond, UMD (high sticking) 7:41; Matt
McKnight, UMD (hooking) 10:10; Rylan Kaip, UND (interference) 13:17; Mike Curry, UMD (high sticking) 17:59.
2nd period - 3, UND, Travis Zajac/2 (Rastislav Spirko/1, Joe
Finley/2) 3:53. 4, UND, Rastislav Spirko/1 (T.J. Oshie/7, Brian
Lee/6) 5:11 (pp). 5, UND, Travis Zajac/3 (Kyle Radke/3, Brian
Lee/7) 9:24. 6, UMD, Josh Meyers/1 (Mike Curry/1, Justin
Williams/2) 12:40 (pp). 7, UND, Jonathan Toews/5 (T.J. Oshie/8,
Chris Porter/5) 13:47 (pp). 8, UND, T.J. Oshie/5 (Chris Porter/6,
Brian Lee/8) 18:37 (pp). Penalties - Drew Stafford, UND
(checking from behind) :20; Drew Stafford, UND (10-minute
misconduct) :20; TEAM, UMD (too many on ice) 2:15; Ryan
Swanson, UMD (cross-checking) 3:53; Justin Williams, UMD
(hooking) 4:29; Joe Finley, UND (obstruction-holding) 10:53;
Bryan McGregor, UMD (hooking) 12:49; Jeff McFarland, UMD
(hooking) 17:33.
3rd period - 9, UND, Ryan Duncan/5 (Rastislav Spirko/2,
Travis Zajac/7) 6:25. 10, UMD, Tim Stapleton/5 (Adam Davis/1,
Justin Williams/2) 8:25. 11, UND, Ryan Duncan/6 (Rastislav
Spirko/3) 16:43. Penalties - Zach Jones, UND (hooking) 19:39.
Shots on goal - UND 5-15-6 26; UMD 19-9-15 43.
Power plays - UND 3 of 6; UMD 3 of 7.
Penalties - UND 8 (38 min); UMD 8 (16 min).
Goalies - UND, Jordan Parise 6-2-1 (60:00 minutes, 43
shots-39 saves); UMD, Isaac Reichmuth 2-4-2 (60:00, 26-19).
A- 5353 T- 2:18
Referee: Todd Anderson ARs: C.J. Beaurline, Jerome
Krieger
Win- Jordan Parise (6-2-1). Loss- Isaac Reichmuth (2-4-2).
Toews
*Spirko
Kozek
Fabian
UND Lineup
Oshie
Porter
*Zajac
*Stafford
Duncan
Kaip
Watkins
Prpich
Jones
Smaby
*Chorney
*Lee
Finley
Radke
*Parise
Lamoureux
3rd period - Penalties - Brian Lee, UND (holding) 9:49; Chris
Porter, UND (hooking) 14:53.
Shots on goal - UND 13-10-3 26; SCSU 12-15-16 43.
Power plays - UND 1 of 2; SCSU 1 of 4.
Penalties - UND 4 (8 min); SCSU 2 (4 min).
Goalies - UND, Jordan Parise 7-2-1 (59:52 minutes, 43
shots-41 saves), EMPTY NET (00:08, 0-0); SCSU, Bobby
Goepfert 4-5-1 (59:08, 26-23), EMPTY NET (00:52, 0-0).
A- 6138 T- 2:11
Referee: Jon Campion ARs: Brad Shepherd; Jared Moen
Win- Jordan Parise (7-2-1). Loss- Bobby Goepfert (4-5-1).
*Duncan
Fabian
Toews
Kozek
– Game 13 –
Nov. 18, 2005
St. Cloud, Minn., National Hockey Center
– Game 15 –
Dec. 2, 2005
Houghton, Mich., John J. MacInnes Ice Arena
St. Cloud State 3, North Dakota 2
#7/8 North Dakota
1
1
0
2
St. Cloud State
0
1
2
3
1st period - 1, UND, Mike Prpich/2 (Erik Fabian/2) 5:29.
Penalties - Rylan Kaip, UND (roughing) 10:54; Matt Hartman,
SCSU (roughing) 10:54; Matt Hartman, SCSU (hit after whistle)
10:54; Casey Borer, SCSU (tripping) 13:18; Matt Smaby, UND
(hooking) 18:44.
2nd period - 2, SCSU, Konrad Reeder/2 (Aaron
Brocklehurst/3) 3:05. 3, UND, Jonathan Toews/6 (Chris
Porter/7) 6:03. Penalties - Matt Smaby, UND (cross-checking)
3:49; Andrew Kozek, UND (checking from behind) 7:21; Joe
Finley, UND (interference) 11:33.
3rd period - 4, SCSU, John Swanson/1 (Matt Hartman/1,
Michael Olson/2) 9:47. 5, SCSU, Nate Raduns/1 10:37.
Penalties - Ryan Duncan, UND (hooking) 2:37; Justin Fletcher,
SCSU (holding) 13:43; T.J. Oshie, UND (checking from behind)
14:45; T.J. Oshie, UND (game misconduct) 14:45; Nate
Raduns, SCSU (hit after whistle) 14:45; Kyle Radke, UND
(tripping) 19:54.
Shots on goal - UND 13-9-8 30; SCSU 8-10-8 26.
Power plays - UND 0 of 3; SCSU 0 of 7.
Penalties - UND 9 (29 min); SCSU 5 (10 min).
Goalies - UND, Philippe Lamoureux 1-3-0 (59:38 minutes, 26
shots-23 saves), EMPTY NET (00:22, 0-0); SCSU, Bobby
Goepfert 4-4-1 (60:00, 30-28).
A- 6054 T- 2:09
Referee: Jon Campion ARs: Jared Moen, Brad Shepherd
Win- Bobby Goepfert (4-4-1). Loss- Philippe Lamoureux (13-0).
*Spirko
Toews
Kozek
Fabian
UND Lineup
*Zajac
*Spirko
Watkins
Prpich
Oshie
Porter
Stafford
Miller
*Jones
*Smaby
Chorney
Lee
Finley
Radke
*Parise
Lamoureux
UND Lineup
*Zajac
*Stafford
Oshie
Porter
Duncan
Kaip
Watkins
Prpich
Jones
Smaby
*Chorney
*Lee
Finley
Radke
*Lamoureux
Parise
North Dakota 6, Michigan Tech 1
#9 North Dakota
1
3
2
6
Michigan Tech
0
0
1
1
1st period - 1, UND, Rastislav Spirko/2 (Ryan Duncan/6)
17:02. Penalties - Zach Jones, UND (cross-checking) 4:09;
Tyler Shelast, MTU (roughing) 4:57; Brian Lee, UND (interference) 8:50; Taggart Desmet, MTU (holding) 10:56; Mike Prpich,
UND (holding) 15:56; Tyler Shelast, MTU (interference) 16:24.
2nd period - 2, UND, Travis Zajac/4 (Drew Stafford/5, Zach
Jones/1) 3:05 (sh). 3, UND, Rastislav Spirko/3 (Drew Stafford/6)
15:21. 4, UND, Rastislav Spirko/4 (Travis Zajac/8) 18:21.
Penalties - Ryan Duncan, UND (tripping) 2:51; John Schwarz,
MTU (hooking) 6:56; Nick Anderson, MTU (hooking) 11:31;
Jimmy Kerr, MTU (roughing) 14:46; Brad Miller, UND (roughing)
14:46.
3rd period - 5, UND, Andrew Kozek/1 5:19. 6, MTU, Ryan
Angelow/1 (Justin St. Louis/2, Chris Conner/6) 11:20. 7, UND,
T.J. Oshie/6 (Kyle Radke/4, Chris Porter/8) 18:06. Penalties Brandon Schwartz, MTU (checking from behind) 6:04; Brandon
Schwartz, MTU (game misconduct) 6:04; Matt Smaby, UND
(tripping) 6:56; Joe Finley, UND (slashing) 6:56; Jordan Foote,
MTU (boarding) 12:21; John Schwarz, MTU (high sticking)
19:52.
Shots on goal - UND 11-16-17 44; MTU 5-6-8 19.
Power plays - UND 0 of 8; MTU 0 of 5.
Penalties - UND 7 (14 min); MTU 10 (31 min).
Goalies - UND, Jordan Parise 8-2-1 (59:49 minutes, 19
shots-18 saves) , EMPTY NET (00:11, 0-0); MTU, Michael-Lee
Teslak 2-6-0 (60:00, 44-38).
A- 1797 T- 2:14
Referee: Pete Friesma ARs: Joe Romano, Sean Jacques
Win- Jordan Parise (8-2-1). Loss-Michael-Lee Teslak (2-60).
MTU snapped 3 game scoreless streak.
*Toews
Porter
Kozek
Fabian
– Game 14 –
Nov. 19, 2005
St. Cloud, Minn., National Hockey Center
North Dakota 3, St. Cloud State 2
#7/8 North Dakota
3
0
0
3
St. Cloud State
1
1
0
2
UND Lineup
*Zajac
*Spirko
Oshie
Stafford
Duncan
Miller
Watkins
Prpich
*Jones
*Smaby
Chorney
Lee
Finley
Radke
*Parise
Lamoureux
1st period - 1, UND, Erik Fabian/1 4:49. 2, UND, Drew
Stafford/8 7:52 (pp). 3, SCSU, Brock Hooton/1 (Andrew
Gordon/9, Billy Hengen/7) 15:31 (pp). 4, UND, Matt Watkins/1
(Mike Prpich/1, Erik Fabian/3) 17:33. Penalties - Taylor
Chorney, UND (interference) 1:10; John Swanson, SCSU (tripping) 2:18; Justin Fletcher, SCSU (interference) 7:24; Travis
Zajac, UND (dg) 15:17.
2nd period - 5, SCSU, Grant Clafton/1 (Nate Dey/2, Brock
Hooton/3) 10:00. Penalties - None.
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A-11710 T- 2:26
Referee: Derek Shepherd ARs: Nathan Freeman, Kile
Bergren
Win- Kellen Briggs (5-4-2). Loss- Jordan Parise (9-3-1).
– Game 16 –
Dec. 3, 2005
Houghton, Mich., John J. MacInnes Ice Arena
North Dakota 8, Michigan Tech 2
#9 North Dakota
1
4
3
8
Michigan Tech
0
2
0
2
1st period - 1, UND, Drew Stafford/9 11:57 (sh). Penalties Brian Lee, UND (holding) 10:26; Matt Watkins, UND (tripping)
18:02.
2nd period - 2, MTU, John Scott/1 2:23. 3, UND, Drew
Stafford/10 (Taylor Chorney/2, T.J. Oshie/9) 4:53. 4, UND,
Andrew Kozek/2 10:28. 5, UND, Andrew Kozek/3 (Taylor
Chorney/3, Rylan Kaip/1) 14:17. 6, UND, Jonathan Toews/7
(Travis Zajac/9) 16:35. 7, MTU, Tyler Shelast/3 (Brandon
Schwartz/6, Lars Helminen/8) 17:49 (pp). Penalties - Jake
Wilkens, MTU (interference) 15:03; Mike Prpich, UND (roughing) 15:03; Taylor Chorney, UND (high sticking) 17:28; Joe
Finley, UND (slashing) 19:13; Ryan Angelow, MTU (roughing)
19:13.
3rd period - 8, UND, Matt Smaby/2 (Zach Jones/2, Drew
Stafford/7) :55. 9, UND, Matt Watkins/2 8:26. 10, UND, Drew
Stafford/11 (Chris Porter/9, Kyle Radke/5) 14:00 (pp). Penalties Tyler Skworchinski, MTU (holding the stick) 2:22; Taylor
Chorney, UND (holding) 3:07; Taylor Chorney, UND (unsportsmanlike conduct) 3:07; Tyler Shelast, MTU (holding) 5:40; Zach
Jones, UND (tripping) 6:15; Geoff Kinrade, MTU (charging)
9:39; Drew Stafford, UND (charging) 9:39; Mike Batovanja,
MTU (rc) 12:11; Joe Finley, UND (rc) 17:55.
Shots on goal - UND 9-10-12 31; MTU 17-11-16 44.
Power plays - UND 1 of 2; MTU 1 of 7.
Penalties - UND 10 (20 min); MTU 6 (12 min).
Goalies - UND, Jordan Parise 9-2-1 (60:00 minutes, 44
shots-42 saves); MTU, Rob Nolan 0-7-1 (59:50, 31-23), EMPTY
NET (00:10, 0-0).
A-1,849 T- 2:18
Referee: Pete Friesma ARs: Joe Romano; Sean Jacques
Win- Jordan Parise (9-2-1). Loss- Rob Nolan (0-7-1).
*Toews
Porter
Kozek
Fabian
UND Lineup
*Zajac
*Spirko
Oshie
Stafford
Duncan
Kaip
Watkins
Prpich
*Jones
*Smaby
Chorney
Lee
Finley
Radke
*Parise
Lamoureux
– Game 17 –
Dec. 9, 2005
Grand Forks, N.D., Ralph Engelstad Arena
Minnesota 4, North Dakota 3
#8 Minnesota
2
2
0
4
#4/5 North Dakota
1
2
0
3
1st period - 1, MINN, Ryan Potulny/13 (Danny Irmen/3, Chris
Harrington/11) :58. 2, UND, T.J. Oshie/7 (Chris Porter/10, Drew
Stafford/8) 10:30. 3, MINN, Phil Kessel/9 (Alex Goligoski/12,
Danny Irmen/4) 13:37 (pp). Penalties - Kyle Radke, UND (ol)
6:21; Kyle Radke, UND (hooking) 12:52; Alex Goligoski, MINN
(hooking) 16:05; P.J. Atherton, MINN (cross-checking) 19:36.
2nd period - 4, UND, Brian Lee/2 (Rastislav Spirko/4, Travis
Zajac/10) 4:36 (pp). 5, MINN, Danny Irmen/3 (Ryan Stoa/1)
5:17. 6, MINN, Ben Gordon/3 (Gino Guyer/5, Mike Vannelli/5)
8:39 (pp). 7, UND, Rastislav Spirko/5 (Brian Lee/9, Jonathan
Toews/4) 10:39 (pp). Penalties - Alex Goligoski, MINN (holding) 3:10; Danny Irmen, MINN (charging) 3:10; Mike Prpich,
UND (roughing) 6:01; Jordan Parise, UND (slashing) 7:24; Mike
Howe, MINN (slashing) 9:39; Danny Irmen, MINN (unsportsmanlike conduct) 11:43; Zach Jones, UND (unsportsmanlike
conduct) 11:43; Zach Jones, UND (co) 16:23.
3rd period - Penalties - Taylor Chorney, UND (slashing) :41;
R.J. Anderson, MINN (roughing) 12:16; T.J. Oshie, UND (roughing) 12:16; P.J. Atherton, MINN (xh) 18:59.
Shots on goal - MINN 13-9-11 33; UND 6-9-7 22.
Power plays - MINN 2 of 6; UND 2 of 6.
Penalties - MINN 8 (16 min); UND 8 (16 min).
Goalies - MINN, Kellen Briggs 5-4-2 (60:00 minutes, 22
shots-19 saves); UND, Jordan Parise 9-3-1 (58:28, 33-29),
EMPTY NET (01:32, 0-0).
70
Toews
*Porter
Kozek
Fabian
(cross-checking) 16:41; Zach Jones, UND (roughing) 18:09;
Ryan Miller, BSU (roughing) 18:09; Zach Jones, UND (roughing) 18:09; Ryan Miller, BSU (roughing) 18:09; Riley
Weselowski, BSU (tripping) 19:10.
3rd period - Penalties - Travis Zajac, UND (hooking) 4:48;
Kyle Radke, UND (cross-checking) 8:08; Andrew Martens, BSU
(cross-checking) 11:40; T.J. Oshie, UND (high sticking) 12:44;
Andrew Martens, BSU (checking from behind) 17:37; Andrew
Martens, BSU (game misconduct) 17:37; Rastislav Spirko, UND
(holding) 19:51.
Shots on goal - UND 13-6-11 30; BSU 12-14-9 35.
Power plays - UND 1 of 8; BSU 1 of 10.
Penalties - UND 13 (26 min); BSU 11 (33 min).
Goalies - UND, Philippe Lamoureux 2-3-0 (59:55 minutes, 35
shots-34 saves) , EMPTY NET (00:05, 0-0); BSU, Matt Climie,
3-5-0 (59:38, 30-28), EMPTY NET (00:22, 0-0).
A- 2413 T- 2:35
Referee: Randy Schmidt ARs: Robert Ludwig; Kile Bergren
Win- Philippe Lamoureux (2-3-0). Loss- Matt Climie (3-5-0).
BSU: Timeout at 18:52 in the third period
UND: Timeout at 19:51 in the third period
UND Lineup
Zajac
Spirko
*Oshie
*Stafford
Duncan
Kaip
Watkins
Prpich
Jones
Smaby
*Chorney
*Lee
Finley
Radke
*Parise
Lamoureux
Walski
– Game 18 –
Dec. 10, 2005
Grand Forks, N.D., Ralph Engelstad Arena
Minnesota 4, North Dakota 3
#8 Minnesota
2
2
0
4
#4/5 North Dakota
0
1
2
3
1st period - 1, MINN, Justin Bostrom/4 (Mike Howe/3) 5:54.
2, MINN, Ryan Potulny/14 (Danny Irmen/5) 7:21. Penalties Kris Chucko, MINN (oi) 1:15; Kyle Radke, UND (tripping) 3:11;
Ben Gordon, MINN (goaltender interference) 11:42.
2nd period - 3, UND, Travis Zajac/5 (T.J. Oshie/10, Rastislav
Spirko/5) 4:25 (pp). 4, MINN, Ryan Potulny/15 5:50. 5, MINN,
Danny Irmen/4 (Ryan Potulny/9) 19:46 (pp). Penalties - Danny
Irmen, MINN (slashing) 3:17; Rylan Kaip, UND (charging) 8:18;
Alex Goligoski, MINN (roughing) 9:59; Phil Kessel, MINN (ox)
10:39; Ryan Stoa, MINN (roughing) 15:28; Travis Zajac, UND
(roughing) 15:28; Alex Goligoski, MINN (unsportsmanlike conduct) 16:30; Brian Lee, UND (unsportsmanlike conduct) 16:30;
Chris Porter, UND (goaltender interference) 18:57; Danny
Irmen, MINN (unsportsmanlike conduct) 19:46.
3rd period - 6, UND, Taylor Chorney/2 (Brian Lee/10, Travis
Zajac/11) 3:21. 7, UND, Mike Prpich/3 (Andrew Kozek/3, Ryan
Duncan/7) 17:16. Penalties - Danny Irmen, MINN (holding)
18:57.
Shots on goal - MINN 4-20-5 29; UND 9-13-11 33.
Power plays - MINN 1 of 3; UND 1 of 7.
Penalties - MINN 9 (18 min); UND 5 (10 min).
Goalies - MINN, Kellen Briggs 6-4-2 (60:00 minutes, 33
shots-30 saves); UND, Jordan Parise 9-4-1 (40:00, 24-20) ,
Philippe Lamoureux (18:55, 5-5), EMPTY NET (01:05, 0-0).
A- 11723 T- 2:21
Referee: Derek Shepherd ARs: Nathan Freeman, Kile
Bergren
Win- Kellen Briggs (6-4-2). Loss- Jordan Parise (9-4-1).
*Toews
Porter
Kozek
Fabian
UND Lineup
*Zajac
*Spirko
Oshie
Stafford
Duncan
Kaip
Watkins
Prpich
*Jones
*Smaby
Chorney
Lee
Finley
Radke
*Parise
Lamoureux
– Game 19 –
Dec. 16, 2005
Bemidji, Minn., John s. Glas Fieldhouse
North Dakota 2, Bemidji State 1
#9/10 North Dakota
1
1
0
2
#19 Bemidji State
1
0
0
1
1st period - 1, BSU, Matt Allen/1 (Travis Winter/1, Blaine
Jarvis/1) 5:09 (pp). 2, UND, Drew Stafford/12 (Andrew Kozek/4,
Taylor Chorney/4) 12:07. Penalties - Taylor Chorney, UND
(elbowing) 1:24; Mike Prpich, UND (tripping) 3:12; David
Deterding, BSU (holding the stick) 5:57; Shane Holman, BSU
(slashing) 6:54; Blaine Jarvis, BSU (hooking) 9:01; Brian Lee,
UND (interference) 16:04.
2nd period - 3, UND, T.J. Oshie/8 (Travis Zajac/12, Kyle
Radke/6) 15:38 (pp). Penalties - Matt Allen, BSU (holding)
2:46; Philippe Lamoureux, UND (tripping) 4:12; Rastislav
Spirko, UND (holding) 4:58; Rylan Kaip, UND (interference)
10:54; Cody Bostock, BSU (roughing) 14:21; Matt Smaby, UND
*Duncan
Kozek
Porter
Fabian
UND Lineup
*Zajac
*Oshie
Stafford
Spirko
Kaip
Miller
Watkins
Prpich
*Jones
*Smaby
Chorney
Lee
Marvin
Radke
*Lamoureux
Parise
– Game 20 –
Dec. 17, 2005
Grand Forks, N.D., Ralph Engelstad Arena
North Dakota 5, Bemidji State 1
#19 Bemidji State
0
0
1
1
#9/10 North Dakota
0
3
2
5
1st period - Penalties - Chris Porter, UND (roughing) 7:38;
Luke Erickson, BSU (hooking) 15:28; Mike Prpich, UND (checking from behind) 16:47; Mike Prpich, UND (game misconduct)
16:47.
2nd period - 1, UND, T.J. Oshie/9 (Rastislav Spirko/6, Travis
Zajac/13) 3:52 (pp). 2, UND, T.J. Oshie/10 (Travis Zajac/14,
Rastislav Spirko/7) 5:39 (pp). 3, UND, Chris Porter/4 (Rastislav
Spirko/8, Drew Stafford/9) 9:36 (pp). Penalties - Matt Allen,
BSU (tripping) 2:58; Cody Bostock, BSU (tripping) 4:55; Luke
Erickson, BSU (roughing) 5:39; Travis Zajac, UND (roughing)
5:39; TEAM, BSU (too many on ice) 6:47; Jean-Guy Gervais,
BSU (slashing) 7:41; Chris Porter, UND (slashing) 18:44.
3rd period - 4, BSU, Blaine Jarvis/2 (Rob Sirianni/7, Travis
Winter/2) 1:03. 5, UND, T.J. Oshie/11 (Taylor Chorney/5,
Rastislav Spirko/9) 17:31. 6, UND, Drew Stafford/13 (Travis
Zajac/15) 18:21 (sh). Penalties - Matt Smaby, UND (interference) 4:46; Cody Bostock, BSU (holding) 12:59; Rylan Kaip,
UND (tripping) 17:36.
Shots on goal - BSU 10-5-11 26; UND 5-14-7 26.
Power plays - BSU 0 of 5; UND 3 of 6.
Penalties - BSU 7 (14 min); UND 7 (25 min).
Goalies - BSU, Layne Sedevie 6-1-1 (59:52 minutes, 26
shots-21 saves), EMPTY NET (00:08, 0-0); UND, Jordan Parise
10-4-1 (59:41, 26-25), EMPTY NET (00:19, 0-0).
A- 11664 T- 2:12
Referee: Randy Schmidt ARs: Robert Ludwig; Kile Bergren
Win- Jordan Parise (10-4-1). Loss- Layne Sedevie (6-1-1).
*Spirko
Duncan
Kozek
Fabian
UND Lineup
*Zajac
*Oshie
Stafford
Porter
Watkins
Prpich
Kaip
Miller
*Jones
*Smaby
Chorney
Lee
Marvin
Radke
*Parise
Lamoureux
Walski
Thirteen-time WCHA Champions: 1958, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004
05-06 game summaries
– Game 21 –
*Spirko
Duncan
Fabian
Prpich
Dec. 29, 2005
Grand Forks, N.D., Ralph Engelstad Arena
Harvard 1, North Dakota 0
#16 Harvard
0
0
1
1
#9/10 North Dakota
0
0
0
0
1st period - Penalties - Peter Hafner, HARV (holding) 1:18;
Matt Smaby, UND (interference) 2:06; Rylan Kaip, UND (tripping) 8:40; Zach Jones, UND (hc) 13:26; Brian McCafferty,
HARV (tripping) 16:01.
2nd period - Penalties - Tyler Magura, HARV (tripping) 8:35;
Jack Christian, HARV (roughing) 15:13; Rylan Kaip, UND
(roughing) 15:13; Drew Stafford, UND (holding) 15:34; Dave
Watters, HARV (slashing) 17:41; Mike Prpich, UND (roughing)
17:41.
3rd period - 1, HARV, Mike Taylor/3 (Ryan Maki/5, Kevin
Du/14) 1:31. Penalties - Erik Fabian, UND (boarding) 2:07;
Ryan Maki, HARV (roughing) 2:24; Ryan Maki, HARV (roughing) 2:24; Zach Jones, UND (roughing) 2:24; Zach Jones, UND
(roughing) 2:24; Charlie Johnson, HARV (holding) 6:50; Tyler
Magura, HARV (interference) 11:56; Jimmy Fraser, HARV
(interference) 17:57.
Shots on goal - HARV 6-9-6 21; UND 7-6-16 29.
Power plays - HARV 0 of 5; UND 0 of 6.
Penalties - HARV 10 (20 min); UND 9 (18 min).
Goalies - HARV, John Daigneau 9-3-1 (60:00 minutes, 29
shots-29 saves); UND, Philippe Lamoureux 2-4-0 (58:17, 2120), EMPTY NET (01:43, 0-0).
A- 10748 T- 2:13
Referee: Bill Mason ARs: Kile Bergren; Bill Bredin
Win- John Daigneau (9-3-1). Loss- Philippe Lamoureux (24-0).
Spirko
*Duncan
Kozek
Fabian
UND Lineup
Zajac
Miller
*Stafford
*Porter
Watkins
Martens
Kaip
Prpich
*Jones
*Smaby
Finley
Radke
Marvin
Alexander
*Lamoureux
Parise
Walski
– Game 22 –
Dec. 30, 2005
Grand Forks, N.D., Ralph Engelstad Arena
North Dakota 3, Harvard 2
#16 Harvard
0
1
1
2
#9/10 North Dakota
1
2
0
3
1st period - 1, UND, Matt Smaby/3 (Travis Zajac/16,
Rastislav Spirko/10) 6:29 (pp). Penalties - Nick Coskren, HARV
(interference) 5:22; Ryan Duncan, UND (hooking) 13:54; Dylan
Reese, HARV (roughing) 15:53; Kyle Radke, UND (roughing)
15:53.
2nd period - 2, HARV, Mike Taylor/4 11:54 (pp). 3, UND,
Drew Stafford/14 (Kyle Radke/7) 18:21. 4, UND, Rastislav
Spirko/6 (Travis Zajac/17, Matt Smaby/4) 19:06. Penalties Matt Watkins, UND (hooking) 1:21; Peter Hafner, HARV (tripping) 3:34; Joe Finley, UND (slashing) 11:01; Jimmy Fraser,
HARV (holding) 12:14.
3rd period - 5, HARV, Nick Coskren/3 (Dylan Reese/5,
Jimmy Fraser/7) 12:49. Penalties - Rylan Kaip, UND (interference) 2:37; Lee Marvin, UND (tripping) 7:43.
Shots on goal - HARV 9-6-15 30; UND 8-8-7 23.
Power plays - HARV 1 of 5; UND 1 of 3.
Penalties - HARV 4 (8 min); UND 6 (12 min).
Goalies - HARV, John Daigneau 9-4-1 (59:13 minutes, 23
shots-20 saves), EMPTY NET (00:47, 0-0); UND, Jordan Parise
11-4-1 (60:00, 30-28).
A- 10598 T- 2:22
Referee: Bill Mason ARs: Kile Bergren; Bill Bredin
Win- Jordan Parise (11-4-1). Loss- John Daigneau (9-4-1).
UND Lineup
*Zajac
*Stafford
Watkins
Porter
Kaip
Kozek
Foyt
Martens
*Jones
*Smaby
Finley
Radke
Marvin
Alexander
*Parise
Lamoureux
Walski
Lawson 4-10-1 (36:29, 24-20).
A- 3438 T- 2:11
Referee: Jeff Albers ARs: Kent Asplund; Scott Sivulich
Win- Philippe Lamoureux (3-5-0). Loss- Nathan Lawson (410-1).
Spirko
*Toews
Duncan
Fabian
– Game 23 –
Jan. 6, 2006
Anchorage, Alaska, Sullivan Arena
UND Lineup
Zajac
*Oshie
Watkins
Foyt
*Jones
*Smaby
Chorney
Lee
Finley
Radke
*Lamoureux
Walski
Alaska Anchorage 5, North Dakota 3
#9/10 North Dakota
0
0
3
3
Alaska Anchorage
2
1
2
5
1st period - 1, UAA, Shea Hamilton/3 (Eric Walsky/7, Spence
Gilchrist/8) 1:22 (pp). 2, UAA, Peter Cartwright/2 (Chad
Anderson/1, Billy Smith/4) 8:32. Penalties - Jonathan Toews,
UND (tripping) :44; Matt Watkins, UND (game misconduct)
2:18; Matt Watkins, UND (checking from behind) 2:18; Charlie
Kronschnabel, UAA (hooking) 10:24; Adam Corrin, UAA (holding) 15:23.
2nd period - 3, UAA, Chris Tarkir/4 (Brent McMann/3, Chad
Anderson/2) 6:07. Penalties - Chris Tarkir, UAA (interference)
3:56.
3rd period - 4, UAA, Ales Parez/4 (Charlie Kronschnabel/7,
Chris Tarkir/5) :44. 5, UND, Travis Zajac/6 (Lee Marvin/1, Drew
Stafford/10) 10:57 (pp). 6, UAA, Jay Beagle/3 17:52 (empty net)
(sh). 7, UND, Ryan Duncan/7 (Andrew Kozek/5, Joe Finley/3)
18:16. 8, UND, Drew Stafford/15 (Taylor Chorney/3, Brian
Lee/10) 19:31. Penalties - Joe Finley, UND (roughing) 1:39;
Shea Hamilton, UAA (hooking) 8:58; Ales Parez, UAA (holding)
16:14.
Shots on goal - UND 13-20-18 51; UAA 8-10-8 26.
Power plays - UND 1 of 5; UAA 1 of 3.
Penalties - UND 4 (19 min); UAA 5 (10 min).
Goalies - UND, Philippe Lamoureux 2-5-0 (57:31 minutes, 25
shots-21 saves), EMPTY NET (02:29, 0-0); UAA, Nathan
Lawson 4-9-1 (60:00, 51-48).
A- 3095 T- 2:14
Referee: Jeff Albers ARs: Kent Asplund; Scott Sivulich
Win- Nathan Lawson (4-9-1). Loss- Philippe Lamoureux (25-0).
UND called timeout at 3:10 3rd
Nathan Lawson career-high 48 saves
*Spirko
Porter
Duncan
Fabian
UND Lineup
*Zajac
*Stafford
Toews
Oshie
Watkins
Prpich
Kaip
Kozek
*Jones
*Smaby
Finley
Marvin
Chorney
Lee
*Lamoureux
Walski
– Game 24 –
Jan. 7, 2006
Anchorage, Alaska, Sullivan Arena
North Dakota 5, Alaska Anchorage 0
#9/10 North Dakota
1
3
1
5
Alaska Anchorage
0
0
0
0
Stafford
*Porter
Kozek
Prpich
– Game 25 –
Jan. 13, 2006
Minneapolis, Minn., Mariucci Arena
Minnesota 6, North Dakota 1
#10 North Dakota
0
1
0
1
#2 Minnesota
1
4
1
6
1st period - 1, MINN, Alex Goligoski/5 (Danny Irmen/9)
10:02. Penalties - Taylor Chorney, UND (interference) 3:17;
Matt Watkins, UND (hooking) 16:20; Kyle Radke, UND (slashing) 19:01; Alex Goligoski, MINN (roughing) 19:30; Mike Prpich,
UND (roughing) 19:30; Mike Prpich, UND (roughing) 19:30.
2nd period - 2, MINN, Mike Vannelli/3 (Phil Kessel/17, Danny
Irmen/10) :45 (pp). 3, UND, Erik Fabian/3 (Mike Prpich/3) 13:44
(sh). 4, MINN, Ryan Potulny/19 (Danny Irmen/11, Phil
Kessel/18) 14:49 (pp). 5, MINN, Mike Vannelli/4 (Ben
Gordon/8, Derek Peltier/9) 15:30 (pp). 6, MINN, Danny Irmen/8
(Ryan Stoa/5, Ryan Potulny/14) 17:43 (pp). Penalties - Ben
Gordon, MINN (interference) :55; Joe Finley, UND (unsportsmanlike conduct) 3:39; Evan Kaufmann, MINN (unsportsmanlike conduct) 3:39; Danny Irmen, MINN (interference) 4:13;
Scott Foyt, UND (game misconduct) 10:35; Scott Foyt, UND
(checking from behind) 10:35; Taylor Chorney, UND (crosschecking) 16:45.
3rd period - 7, MINN, Justin Bostrom/7 (Mike Vannelli/7,
Derek Peltier/10) 6:22. Penalties - Alex Goligoski, MINN (interference) 9:46; Brian Lee, UND (holding the stick) 11:08; Alex
Goligoski, MINN (hooking) 14:10; Kyle Radke, UND (slashing)
17:52.
Shots on goal - UND 3-11-14 28; MINN 17-25-6 48.
Power plays - UND 0 of 4; MINN 4 of 10.
Penalties - UND 11 (33 min); MINN 6 (12 min).
Goalies - UND, Philippe Lamoureux 3-6-0 (60:00 minutes, 48
shots-42 saves); MINN, Kellen Briggs 10-4-2 (59:53, 28-27),
EMPTY NET (00:07, 0-0).
A- 10215 T- 2:16
Referee: Jon Campion ARs: J.B. Olsen; Bill Vollbrecht
Win- Kellen Briggs (10-4-2). Loss- Philippe Lamoureux (3-60).
UND Lineup
*Spirko
*Zajac
*Stafford
Porter
Toews
Oshie
Duncan
Watkins
Kozek
Fabian
Foyt
Prpich
Jones
Smaby
*Chorney
*Lee
Finley
Radke
*Lamoureux
Walski
1st period - 1, UND, T.J. Oshie/12 (Jonathan Toews/5, Chris
Porter/11) 16:12. Penalties - Brent McMann, UAA (game misconduct) 16:59; Brent McMann, UAA (checking from behind)
16:59.
2nd period - 2, UND, Rastislav Spirko/7 (Drew Stafford/11,
Travis Zajac/18) 7:08. 3, UND, Erik Fabian/2 (Mike Prpich/2)
15:54. 4, UND, Travis Zajac/7 (Drew Stafford/12) 16:29.
Penalties - Justin Johnson, UAA (tripping) 10:06.
3rd period - 5, UND, Mike Prpich/4 (Erik Fabian/2) 15:29.
Penalties - Jonathan Toews, UND (tripping) 3:59; Joe Finley,
UND (tripping) 7:08; Luke Beaverson, UAA (tripping) 9:59.
Shots on goal - UND 15-9-15 39; UAA 10-7-6 23.
Power plays - UND 0 of 3; UAA 0 of 2.
Penalties - UND 2 (4 min); UAA 4 (19 min).
Goalies - UND, Philippe Lamoureux 3-5-0 (60:00 minutes, 23
shots-23 saves); UAA, John DeCaro (23:31, 15-14), Nathan
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05-06 game summaries
– Game 26 –
Jan. 14, 2006
Minneapolis, Minn., Mariucci Arena
North Dakota 4, Minnesota 2
#10 North Dakota
#2 Minnesota
1
1
2
4
1
1
0
2
1st period - 1, MINN, Alex Goligoski/6 (Phil Kessel/19, Chris
Harrington/19) 5:53 (pp). 2, UND, Andrew Kozek/4 (Kyle
Radke/8) 15:54 (sh). Penalties - Kris Chucko, MINN (holding
the stick) 2:06; Brian Lee, UND (slashing) 3:04; Mike Prpich,
UND (tripping) 5:19; Joe Finley, UND (boarding) 5:19; Mike
Howe, MINN (hooking) 7:19; Mike Vannelli, MINN (roughing)
7:19; Kyle Radke, UND (roughing) 7:19; Mike Vannelli, MINN
(roughing) 7:19; Kyle Radke, UND (roughing) 7:19; Kris
Chucko, MINN (roughing) 7:19; Matt Watkins, UND (roughing)
7:19; Kris Chucko, MINN (roughing) 7:19; Matt Watkins, UND
(roughing) 7:19; Travis Zajac, UND (slashing) 8:55; Chris
Porter, UND (slashing) 11:03; Mike Prpich, UND (holding)
16:21; Justin Bostrom, MINN (holding the stick) 19:27.
2nd period - 3, UND, Jonathan Toews/8 (Travis Zajac/19, T.J.
Oshie/11) :42 (pp). 4, MINN, Chris Harrington/2 (Phil Kessel/20)
5:42 (pp). Penalties - Ryan Stoa, MINN (hooking) 1:48; Erik
Fabian, UND (checking from behind) 4:27; Erik Fabian, UND
(game misconduct) 4:27; Mike Vannelli, MINN (roughing) 5:23;
Matt Smaby, UND (roughing) 5:23; Rylan Kaip, UND (obstruction-hooking) 11:12; Danny Irmen, MINN (slashing) 15:33; Chris
Harrington, MINN (roughing) 17:45; Kyle Radke, UND (roughing) 17:45; P.J. Atherton, MINN (roughing) 17:45; P.J. Atherton,
MINN (roughing) 17:45; Rylan Kaip, UND (roughing) 17:45;
Rylan Kaip, UND (roughing) 17:45.
3rd period - 5, UND, Travis Zajac/8 (Rastislav Spirko/11,
Zach Jones/3) 18:38. 6, UND, Rastislav Spirko/8 (Drew
Stafford/13) 19:35 (empty net). Penalties - None.
Shots on goal - UND 8-7-12 27; MINN 17-15-11 43.
Power plays - UND 1 of 5; MINN 2 of 9.
Penalties - UND 17 (45 min); MINN 13 (26 min).
Goalies - UND, Philippe Lamoureux 4-6-0 (60:00 minutes, 43
shots-41 saves); MINN, Jeff Frazee 4-2-2 (59:20, 26-23),
EMPTY NET (00:40, 0-0).
A- 10269 T- 2:18
Referee: Jon Campion ARs: J.B. Olsen; Bill Vollbrecht
Win- Philippe Lamoureux (4-6-0). Loss- Jeff Frazee (4-2-2).
Spirko
Toews
*Fabian
Duncan
UND Lineup
Zajac
Oshie
Stafford
Porter
*Kaip
*Prpich
Watkins
Kozek
*Jones
*Smaby
Chorney
Lee
Finley
Radke
*Lamoureux
Walski
– Game 27 –
Jan. 20, 2006
Grand Forks, N.D., Ralph Engelstad Arena
North Dakota 6, Minnesota State 3
Minnesota State
1
0
2
3
#9/10 North Dakota
2
2
2
6
1st period - 1, UND, Drew Stafford/16 4:43. 2, MSU, Ryan
Carter/10 (Kyle Peto/18, David Backes/20) 14:14 (pp). 3, UND,
Chris Porter/5 (Taylor Chorney/7, T.J. Oshie/12) 16:44.
Penalties - Joe Finley, UND (cross-checking) 3:41; Rob
Rankin, MSU (cross-checking) 3:41; Drew Stafford, UND
(elbowing) 5:17; Andrew Kozek, UND (tripping) 8:18; Steve
Wagner, MSU (cross-checking) 11:17; Rylan Kaip, UND (roughing) 14:02; Ryan McKelvie, MSU (oi) 14:25.
2nd period - 4, UND, Drew Stafford/17 (Jonathan Toews/6,
Taylor Chorney/8) 4:12. 5, UND, T.J. Oshie/13 (Ryan Duncan/8)
12:38. Penalties - Joe Finley, UND (hooking) 9:27; Brock
Becker, MSU (cross-checking) 14:33; Zach Jones, UND (10minute misconduct) 14:33.
3rd period - 6, UND, T.J. Oshie/14 (Travis Zajac/20) 3:19
(pp). 7, UND, Erik Fabian/4 (Mike Prpich/4) 4:33. 8, MSU, Jon
Dubel/1 (Jeff Marler/5) 6:18. 9, MSU, Rob Rankin/7 (Jon
Dubel/5) 12:45 (sh). Penalties - Rylan Kaip, UND (tripping)
:33; Ryan Carter, MSU (cross-checking) 1:59; Jonathan Toews,
UND (unsportsmanlike conduct) 5:04; Travis Morin, MSU
(unsportsmanlike conduct) 5:04; Chad Brownlee, MSU (checking from behind) 11:50; Mick Berge, MSU (roughing) 19:11;
Mick Berge, MSU (10-minute misconduct) 19:11; Jon Kalinski,
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MSU (charging) 19:11; Jon Kalinski, MSU (roughing) 19:11;
Kurtis Kisio, MSU (roughing) 19:11; Matt Smaby, UND (roughing) 19:11; Matt Smaby, UND (10-minute misconduct) 19:11;
Rylan Kaip, UND (roughing) 19:11; Mike Prpich, UND (roughing) 19:11; Mike Prpich, UND (roughing) 19:11; Mike Prpich,
UND (10-minute misconduct) 19:11; Brent Cummings, MSU
(10-minute misconduct) 20:00; Joe Finley, UND (10-minute misconduct) 20:00; Kyle Radke, UND (high sticking) 20:00.
Shots on goal - MSU 11-5-13 29; UND 10-7-8 25.
Power plays - MSU 1 of 5; UND 1 of 5.
Penalties - MSU 13 (45 min); UND 16 (64 min).
Goalies - MSU, Chris Clark (16:41 minutes, 5 shots-4 saves),
Dan Tormey 8-7-4 (43:19, 20-15); UND, Philippe Lamoureux 56-0 (60:00, 29-26).
A- 11309 T- 2:20
Referee: Scott Zelkin ARs: Nathan Freeman; Brian Novlesky
Win- Philippe Lamoureux (5-6-0). Loss- Dan Tormey (8-7-4).
Spirko
*Porter
Duncan
Fabian
UND Lineup
Zajac
Oshie
*Toews
*Stafford
Watkins
Kozek
Kaip
Prpich
*Jones
*Smaby
Chorney
Lee
Finley
Radke
*Lamoureux
Parise
Walski
– Game 27 –
Jan. 21, 2006
Grand Forks, N.D., Ralph Engelstad Arena
North Dakota 4, Minnesota State 2
Minnesota State
0
0
2
2
#9/10 North Dakota
1
1
2
4
1st period - 1, UND, Chris Porter/6 (Andrew Kozek/6, Matt
Watkins/1) 13:39. Penalties - Mike Prpich, UND (high sticking)
3:44; Erik Fabian, UND (tripping) 5:08; Ryan Carter, MSU (interference) 6:30; Austin Sutter, MSU (slashing) 10:43; Mike Prpich,
UND (elbowing) 16:49.
2nd period - 2, UND, Jonathan Toews/9 (Kyle Radke/9,
Jordan Parise/2) 2:43 (pp). Penalties - Brent Cummings, MSU
(hooking) 2:17; Kyle Peto, MSU (cross-checking) 3:21; Mick
Berge, MSU (holding) 13:19; Matt Smaby, UND (elbowing)
15:28; Ryan Carter, MSU (roughing) 18:00; Zach Jones, UND
(high sticking) 18:00; Matt Smaby, UND (holding) 19:59.
3rd period - 3, UND, Drew Stafford/18 (Chris Porter/12,
Jonathan Toews/7) 7:29. 4, MSU, Ryan Carter/11 10:34. 5,
MSU, Travis Morin/15 (David Backes/21, Kurtis Kisio/4) 16:09
(pp). 6, UND, Travis Zajac/9 (Matt Smaby/5, Drew Stafford/14)
19:20 (empty net). Penalties - Zach Jones, UND (high sticking)
1:59; Steve Wagner, MSU (fighting) 11:04; Kyle Radke, UND
(fighting) 11:04; Steve Wagner, MSU (disqualification) 11:04;
Kyle Radke, UND (disqualification) 11:04; Brent Cummings,
MSU (roughing) 11:04; Brent Cummings, MSU (fighting) 11:04;
Joe Finley, UND (fighting) 11:04; Brent Cummings, MSU (disqualification) 11:04; Joe Finley, UND (disqualification) 11:04;
Rob Rankin, MSU (roughing) 11:04; Rastislav Spirko, UND
(roughing) 11:04; Rob Rankin, MSU (roughing) 11:04; Rastislav
Spirko, UND (roughing) 11:04; Rob Rankin, MSU (10-minute
misconduct) 11:04; Rastislav Spirko, UND (10-minute misconduct) 11:04; Joel Hanson, MSU (roughing) 11:04; Travis Zajac,
UND (roughing) 11:04; Jeff Marler, MSU (roughing) 11:04; T.J.
Oshie, UND (roughing) 11:04; Ryan Duncan, UND (tripping)
15:31; Kurtis Kisio, MSU (cross-checking) 20:00.
Shots on goal - MSU 10-13-12 35; UND 11-10-12 33.
Power plays - MSU 1 of 7; UND 1 of 6.
Penalties - MSU 17 (64 min); UND 17 (64 min).
Goalies - MSU, Dan Tormey 8-8-4 (59:46 minutes, 32 shots29 saves), EMPTY NET (00:14, 0-0); UND, Jordan Parise 12-41 (60:00, 35-33).
A- 11536 T- 2:35
Referee: Scott Zelkin ARs: Nathan Freeman; Brian Novlesky
Win- Jordan Parise (12-4-1). Loss- Dan Tormey (8-8-4).
Spirko
*Porter
Duncan
Fabian
UND Lineup
Zajac
Oshie
*Toews
*Stafford
Watkins
Kozek
Kaip
Prpich
*Jones
*Smaby
Chorney
Lee
Finley
Radke
*Parise
Lamoureux
Walski
– Game 29 –
Jan. 27, 2006
Grand Forks, N.D., Ralph Engelstad Arena
St. Cloud State 2, North Dakota 1
St. Cloud State
0
1
1
2
#6/7 North Dakota
0
0
1
1
1st period - Penalties - Andrew Gordon, SCSU (tripping)
3:48; Brian Lee, UND (slashing) 5:22; Zach Jones, UND (hooking) 9:40; John Swanson, SCSU (boarding) 13:10; Mike Prpich,
UND (roughing) 16:08; Matt Stephenson, SCSU (roughing)
16:08.
2nd period - 1, SCSU, Konrad Reeder/9 (Dan Kronick/7,
Marty Mjelleli/6) 19:01. Penalties - TEAM, SCSU (too many on
ice) 12:46; Nate Raduns, SCSU (tripping) 16:16.
3rd period - 2, UND, Jonathan Toews/10 (Drew Stafford/15,
Ryan Duncan/9) 6:14 (pp). 3, SCSU, Marty Mjelleli/4 (Billy
Hengen/20, Andrew Gordon/15) 11:48. Penalties - Justin
Fletcher, SCSU (hooking) 5:39; John Swanson, SCSU (holding)
17:48.
Shots on goal - SCSU 6-9-10 25; UND 10-7-12 29.
Power plays - SCSU 0 of 2; UND 1 of 6.
Penalties - SCSU 7 (14 min); UND 3 (6 min).
Goalies - SCSU, Bobby Goepfert 11-7-3 (59:59 minutes, 29
shots-28 saves), EMPTY NET (00:01, 0-0); UND, Philippe
Lamoureux 5-7-0 (58:41, 25-23) , EMPTY NET (01:19, 0-0).
A- 11458 T- 2:10
Referee: Randy Schmidt ARs: Kile Bergren; Bill Bredin
Win- Bobby Goepfert (11-7-3). Loss- Philippe Lamoureux (57-0).
UND Lineup
*Spirko
*Zajac
*Oshie
Porter
Toews
Stafford
Duncan
Watkins
Kozek
Fabian
Prpich
Kaip
*Jones
*Smaby
Chorney
Lee
Marvin
Alexander
*Lamoureux
Parise
Walski
– Game 30 –
Jan. 28, 2006
Grand Forks, N.D., Ralph Engelstad Arena
St. Cloud State 2, North Dakota 1 (OT)
St. Cloud State
1
0
0
1
2
#6/7 North Dakota
1
0
0
0
1
1st period - 1, SCSU, Andrew Gordon/12 (Brock Hooton/12)
2:23. 2, UND, T.J. Oshie/15 (Jordan Parise/3) 10:16. Penalties Taylor Chorney, UND (cross-checking) :50; John Swanson,
SCSU (holding the stick) 1:28; Dan Kronick, SCSU (crosschecking) 4:15; Mike Prpich, UND (hooking) 11:14; John
Swanson, SCSU (interference) 12:28; Ryan Duncan, UND
(hooking) 13:10; Brock Hooton, SCSU (slashing) 18:06.
2nd period - Penalties - Matt Watkins, UND (hooking) 5:27;
Billy Hengen, SCSU (hooking) 7:40.
3rd period - Penalties - Jonathan Toews, UND (tripping)
10:59.
OT period - 3, SCSU, Matt Stephenson/1 (Brock Hooton/13,
Grant Clafton/4) :18. Penalties - none.
Shots on goal - SCSU 10-10-7-2 29; UND 17-12-8-0 37.
Power plays - SCSU 0 of 5; UND 0 of 4.
Penalties - SCSU 5 (10 min); UND 5 (10 min).
Goalies - SCSU, Bobby Goepfert 12-7-3 (60:16 minutes, 37
shots-36 saves), EMPTY NET (00:02, 0-0); UND, Jordan Parise
12-5-1 (60:18, 29-27).
A-11645 T- 2:13
Referee: Randy Schmidt ARs: Kile Bergren; Bill Bredin
Win- Bobby Goepfert (12-7-3). Loss- Jordan Parise (12-5-1).
*Spirko
Porter
Duncan
Fabian
UND Lineup
*Zajac
*Oshie
Toews
Stafford
Watkins
Kozek
Prpich
Kaip
*Jones
*Smaby
Chorney
Lee
Finley
Radke
*Parise
Lamoureux
Walski
Thirteen-time WCHA Champions: 1958, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004
05-06 game summaries
– Game 31 –
North Dakota timeout at 18:44 of third period
Feb. 3, 2006
Colorado Springs, Colo., World Arena
North Dakota 4, Colorado College 2
#11 North Dakota
2
1
1
4
#7 Colorado College
1
0
1
2
1st period - 1, CC, Joey Crabb/13 (Marty Sertich/25, Brian
Salcido/25) 2:27 (pp). 2, UND, Jonathan Toews/11 (T.J.
Oshie/13, Zach Jones/4) 11:11. 3, UND, T.J. Oshie/16
(Rastislav Spirko/12, Brian Lee/12) 16:29 (pp). Penalties Ryan Duncan, UND (hooking) :38; Ryan Duncan, UND (hooking) 9:42; Brett Sterling, CC (dv) 9:42; Brian Salcido, CC (tripping) 16:14; Drew Stafford, UND (checking from behind) 18:28.
2nd period - 4, UND, Erik Fabian/5 (Mike Prpich/5) 8:26.
Penalties - Chris Porter, UND (slashing) 12:50; Aaron
Slattengren, CC (holding the stick) 13:45; Brian Lee, UND
(slashing) 18:21; Brett Sterling, CC (rg) 18:55.
3rd period - 5, UND, Ryan Duncan/8 (Brian Lee/13) 11:09. 6,
CC, Braydon Cox/2 (Trevor Frischmon/7, Lee Sweatt/14) 17:13.
Penalties - Drew Stafford, UND (tripping) 8:51; Weston Tardy,
CC (hooking) 12:14; Rylan Kaip, UND (roughing) 14:32; Rylan
Kaip, UND (roughing) 14:32; Rylan Kaip, UND (10-minute misconduct) 14:32; Scott McCulloch, CC (roughing) 14:32; Scott
McCulloch, CC (roughing) 14:32; Scott McCulloch, CC (10minute misconduct) 14:32; Brett Sterling, CC (checking from
behind) 19:57.
Shots on goal - UND 10-8-8 26; CC 10-9-10 29.
Power plays - UND 1 of 5; CC 1 of 5.
Penalties - UND 9 (26 min); CC 9 (26 min).
Goalies - UND, Jordan Parise 13-5-1 (60:00 minutes, 29
shots-27 saves); CC, Matt Zaba 15-10-1 (59:08, 26-22),
EMPTY NET (00:52, 0-0).
A- 6841 T- 2:20
Referee: Jon Campion ARs: Butch Mousseaux; Scott
Staudte
Win- Jordan Parise (13-5-1). Loss- Matt Zaba (15-10-1).
Colorado College timeout at 19:41 of third period.
Spirko
*Duncan
Porter
Fabian
UND Lineup
Zajac
Oshie
*Toews
*Stafford
Watkins
Kozek
Kaip
Prpich
*Jones
*Smaby
Finley
Radke
Chorney
Lee
*Parise
Lamoureux
Spirko
*Duncan
Porter
Fabian
Feb. 4, 2006
Colorado Springs, Colo., World Arena
Colorado College 3, North Dakota 2
#11 North Dakota
1
1
0
2
#7 Colorado College
1
0
2
3
1st period - 1, UND, Mike Prpich/5 (Rylan Kaip/3, Erik
Fabian/5) 2:24. 2, CC, Trevor Frischmon/6 (Jack Hillen/6)
19:02. Penalties - Matt Smaby, UND (hooking) 11:39; James
Brannigan, CC (interference) 17:00; Zach Jones, UND (checking from behind) 19:27; Zach Jones, UND (game misconduct)
19:27.
2nd period - 3, UND, Travis Zajac/10 (T.J. Oshie/14, Taylor
Chorney/9) 10:06 (pp). Penalties - Brett Sterling, CC (holding
the stick) 9:47; Cody Lampl, CC (rg) 10:41; Brandon Straub, CC
(holding) 12:40; Joe Finley, UND (roughing) 18:05; Scott
McCulloch, CC (roughing) 18:05.
3rd period - 4, CC, Joey Crabb/14 (Brett Sterling/19, Aaron
Slattengren/8) 6:31 (pp). 5, CC, Chad Rau/8 (Jimmy
Kilpatrick/11, James Brannigan/5) 7:40. Penalties - Ryan
Duncan, UND (hooking) 5:30;
Rylan Kaip, UND (tripping) 9:11.
Shots on goal - UND 8-6-9 23; CC 13-14-12 39.
Power plays - UND 1 of 4; CC 1 of 4.
Penalties - UND 6 (23 min); CC 5 (10 min).
Goalies - UND, Jordan Parise 13-5-1 (58:44 minutes, 39
shots-36 saves), EMPTY NET (01:16, 0-0); CC, Matt Zaba 1610-1 (60:00, 23-21).
A- 7472 T- 2:23
Referee: Jon Campion ARs: Butch Mousseaux; Scott
Staudte
Win- Matt Zaba (16-10-1). Loss- Jordan Parise (13-6-1).
UND Lineup
Zajac
Oshie
*Toews
*Stafford
Watkins
Kozek
Kaip
Prpich
*Jones
*Smaby
Finley
Radke
Chorney
Lee
*Parise
Lamoureux
– Game 33 –
Feb. 17, 2006
Grand Forks, N.D., Ralph Engelstad Arena
North Dakota 4, Minnesota Duluth 0
Minnesota Duluth
0
0
0
0
#12 North Dakota
1
1
2
4
1st period - 1, UND, Erik Fabian/6 (Travis Zajac/21, Matt
Smaby/9) 9:19. Penalties - Mike Curry, UMD (too many on ice)
14:52; Drew Stafford, UND (high sticking) 15:32; Andrew
Carroll, UMD (roughing) 15:32; Kyle Radke, UND (roughing)
15:32; Ryan Duncan, UND (hooking) 16:51.
2nd period - 2, UND, Drew Stafford/19 5:03. Penalties Justin Williams, UMD (interference) 2:56; Steve Czech, UMD
(hooking) 10:58; Matt Watkins, UND (oi) 14:57.
3rd period - 3, UND, T.J. Oshie/17 (Travis Zajac/22,
Rastislav Spirko/13) 9:16 (pp). 4, UND, Drew Stafford/20 (Ryan
Duncan/10, Matt Smaby/10) 18:22 (pp). Penalties - Justin
Williams, UMD (high sticking) 7:56; Erik Fabian, UND (slashing)
10:09; Mike Curry, UMD (hooking) 13:20; Brian Lee, UND
(interference) 15:23; Nick Kemp, UMD (roughing) 16:01; Mike
Prpich, UND (roughing) 16:01; Matt Niskanen, UMD (high
sticking) 17:37; Brian Lee, UND (slashing) 19:52.
Shots on goal - UMD 7-7-14 28; UND 11-5-14 30.
Power plays - UMD 0 of 6; UND 2 of 6.
Penalties - UMD 8 (16 min); UND 8 (16 min).
Goalies - UMD, Nate Ziegelmann 0-2-0 (59:52 minutes, 30
shots-26 saves); UND, Jordan Parise 14-6-1 (59:52, 28-28).
A- 10976 T- 2:13
Referee: Derek Shepherd ARs: Kile Bergren; Nathan
Freeman
Win- Jordan Parise (14-6-1). Loss- Nate Ziegelmann (0-2-0).
Spirko
Duncan
*Fabian
Kozek
– Game 32 –
(cross-checking) 12:02.
Shots on goal - UMD 6-11-6 23; UND 10-8-8 26.
Power plays - UMD 1 of 7; UND 1 of 2.
Penalties - UMD 5 (10 min); UND 10 (20 min).
Goalies - UMD, Isaac Reichmuth 6-13-4 (60:00 minutes, 26
shots-21 saves); UND, Jordan Parise 15-6-1 (59:42, 23-22) ,
EMPTY NET (00:18, 0-0).
A-11619 T- 2:16
Referee: Derek Shepherd ARs: Kile Bergren; Nathan
Freeman
Win- Jordan Parise (15-6-1). Loss- Isaac Reichmuth (6-134).
UND Lineup
Zajac
Oshie
Toews
Stafford
*Prpich
*Porter
Watkins
Kaip
*Jones
*Smaby
Chorney
Lee
Finley
Radke
*Parise
Lamoureux
Walski
– Game 34 –
Feb. 18, 2006
Grand Forks, N.D., Ralph Engelstad Arena
North Dakota 5, Minnesota Duluth 1
Minnesota Duluth
0
1
0
1
#12 North Dakota
2
3
0
5
1st period - 1, UND, Jonathan Toews/12 (Ryan Duncan/11,
Kyle Radke/10) 6:13 (pp). 2, UND, Ryan Duncan/9 (Jonathan
Toews/8, Drew Stafford/16) 13:30. Penalties - Ryan Duncan,
UND (interference) 3:19; Jim Jensen, UMD (holding) 5:51; Joe
Finley, UND (high sticking) 14:11; Jim Jensen, UMD (roughing)
18:19; Rylan Kaip, UND (roughing) 18:19; Josh Meyers, UMD
(roughing) 18:19; Andrew Kozek, UND (roughing) 18:19.
2nd period - 3, UND, Jonathan Toews/13 (Rastislav
Spirko/14, Ryan Duncan/12) 5:59. 4, UND, Matt Watkins/3
(Rylan Kaip/4) 6:08. 5, UMD, Matt McKnight/9 (Andrew
Carroll/8, Micheal Gergen/7) 13:53 (pp). 6, UND, Travis
Zajac/11 (T.J. Oshie/15, Rastislav Spirko/15) 16:05. Penalties Zach Jones, UND (high sticking) 3:06; Drew Stafford, UND
(hooking) 12:18; Matt McKnight, UMD (roughing) 16:47; Kyle
Radke, UND (roughing) 16:47.
3rd period - Penalties - Matt Smaby, UND (hooking) 2:53;
Micheal Gergen, UMD (cross-checking) 5:14; Andrew Kozek,
UND (unsportsmanlike conduct) 10:18; Matt Smaby, UND
Seven-time NCAA Champions: 1959, 1963, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 2000
Spirko
*Duncan
Fabian
Kozek
UND Lineup
Zajac
Oshie
*Toews
*Stafford
Prpich
Porter
Watkins
Kaip
*Jones
*Smaby
Chorney
Lee
Finley
Radke
*Parise
Lamoureux
Walski
– Game 35 –
Feb. 24, 2006
Denver, Colo., Magness Arena
North Dakota 6, Denver 2
#10/12 North Dakota
3
0
3
6
#11/12 Denver
0
1
1
2
1st period - 1, UND, Jonathan Toews/14 (Drew Stafford/17)
2:42. 2, UND, Mike Prpich/6 (Ryan Duncan/13) 11:37. 3, UND,
T.J. Oshie/18 16:32. Penalties - Erik Fabian, UND (checking
from behind) 1:30; Erik Fabian, UND (game misconduct) 1:30;
Ryan Dingle, DU (holding the stick) 1:39; Chris Butler, DU
(roughing) 4:47; Adrian Veideman, DU (obstruction-hooking)
8:09.
2nd period - 4, DU, Gabe Gauthier/14 (Tom May/4) 19:11.
Penalties - Joe Finley, UND (interference) 2:37; J.P. Testwuide,
DU (cross-checking) 10:21; Mike Prpich, UND (obstructionhooking) 13:20; J.P. Testwuide, DU (tripping) 16:27; Andrew
Thomas, DU (interference) 19:56.
3rd period - 5, UND, Ryan Duncan/10 (Drew Stafford/18,
Matt Smaby/8) 1:04 (pp). 6, DU, Tom May/5 (Patrick Mullen/5,
Matt Carle/37) 3:36. 7, UND, Jonathan Toews/15 (Brian Lee/14,
Drew Stafford/19) 8:17. 8, UND, Andrew Kozek/5 (Matt
Watkins/2, Matt Smaby/9) 16:53. Penalties - Mike Prpich, UND
(cross-checking) 8:58; TEAM, DU (minor penalty) 8:58; TEAM,
DU (game misconduct) 8:58; Chris Porter, UND (high sticking)
10:59; Geoff Paukovich, DU (holding) 13:58; Ryan Helgason,
DU (slashing) 19:07; Kyle Radke, UND (slashing) 19:07; Kyle
Radke, UND (cross-checking) 19:07.
Shots on goal - UND 10-9-12 31; DU 8-4-11 23.
Power plays - UND 1 of 6; DU 0 of 5.
Penalties - UND 8 (27 min); DU 10 (28 min).
Goalies - UND, Jordan Parise 16-6-1 (60:00 minutes, 23
shots-21 saves); DU, Peter Mannino 10-7-0 (60:00, 31-25).
A- 6140 T- 2:34
Referee: Todd Anderson ARs: Tim Swiader; Butch
Mousseaux
Win- Jordan Parise (16-6-1). Loss- Peter Mannino (10-7-0).
Timeout Denver at 12:35 of third
DU head coach ejected in 3rd period at 8:58
*Spirko
Duncan
Fabian
Kozek
UND Lineup
*Zajac
*Oshie
Toews
Stafford
Prpich
Porter
Watkins
Kaip
*Jones
*Smaby
Chorney
Lee
Finley
Radke
*Parise
Lamoureux
73
05-06 game summaries
– Game 36 –
Feb. 25, 2006
Denver, Colo., Magness Arena
Denver 7, North Dakota 3
#10/12 North Dakota
0
2
1
3
#11/12 Denver
1
1
5
7
1st period - 1, DU, Tom May/6 (Matt Carle/38) :11.
Penalties - Kyle Radke, UND (high sticking) 14:11; Matt
Smaby, UND (high sticking) 15:48.
2nd period - 2, DU, Adrian Veideman/4 (Glenn Fisher/2) 3:31
(pp). 3, UND, Jonathan Toews/16 (Drew Stafford/20) 5:49. 4,
UND, Taylor Chorney/3 (Brian Lee/15) 18:18 (pp). Penalties Joe Finley, UND (checking from behind) 1:41; Joe Finley, UND
(game misconduct) 1:41; Kyle Radke, UND (roughing) 5:13;
Tom May, DU (roughing) 5:13; Tom May, DU (roughing) 5:13;
Rylan Kaip, UND (interference) 8:33; Chris Butler, DU (high
sticking) 14:57; Gabe Gauthier, DU (hooking) 16:56; Matt
Carle, DU (tripping) 19:31.
3rd period - 5, UND, T.J. Oshie/19 (Rastislav Spirko/16, Zach
Jones/5) 4:33. 6, DU, Paul Stastny/12 (Gabe Gauthier/21, Matt
Carle/39) 5:45 (pp). 7, DU, Ryan Dingle/21 (Paul Stastny/31,
Patrick Mullen/6) 10:06 (pp). 8, DU, Paul Stastny/13 (Ryan
Dingle/13, J.D. Corbin/9) 11:42. 9, DU, Ryan Dingle/22 (Gabe
Gauthier/22, Paul Stastny/32) 16:32 (pp). 10, DU, Ryan
Dingle/23 (Glenn Fisher/3) 18:42 (empty net) (sh). Penalties Jonathan Toews, UND (tripping) 5:23; Brian Lee, UND (hooking) 9:23; Adrian Veideman, DU (interference) 12:28; Paul
Stastny, DU (holding) 13:01; Brian Lee, UND (interference)
16:09; Kyle Radke, UND (roughing) 17:03; Kyle Radke, UND
(roughing) 17:03; Jon James, DU (roughing) 17:03; Jon James,
DU (roughing) 17:03; Jonathan Toews, UND (roughing) 17:03;
Jonathan Toews, UND (roughing) 17:03; Andrew Thomas, DU
(roughing) 17:03; Andrew Thomas, DU (roughing) 17:03; Taylor
Chorney, UND (roughing) 17:03; Taylor Chorney, UND (roughing) 17:03; Mike Handza, DU (roughing) 17:03; Mike Handza,
DU (roughing) 17:03; Mike Handza, DU (10-minute misconduct)
17:03; Mike Handza, DU (goaltender interference) 17:03.
Shots on goal - UND 4-10-14 28; DU 9-7-17 33.
Power plays - UND 1 of 7; DU 4 of 8.
Penalties - UND 15 (41 min); DU 15 (38 min).
Goalies - UND, Jordan Parise 16-7-1 (56:32 minutes, 30
shots-24 saves), Philippe Lamoureux (02:39, 2-2) , EMPTY
NET (00:49, 0-0); DU, Glenn Fisher 9-6-2 (60:00, 28-25).
A- 6145 T- 2.28
Referee: Todd Anderson ARs: Tim Swiader; Butch
Mousseaux
Win- Glenn Fisher (9-6-2). Loss- Jordan Parise (16-7-1).
UND timeout at 17:53 of the 3rd.
UND goalie Parise out and Lamoureux in at 16:32 of 3rd period. UND goalie out at 17:35 and in at 18:42 of third.
*Spirko
Duncan
Fabian
Kozek
UND Lineup
*Zajac
*Oshie
Toews
Stafford
Prpich
Porter
Watkins
Kaip
*Jones
*Smaby
Chorney
Lee
Finley
Radke
*Parise
Lamoureux
– Game 37 –
March 3, 2006
Grand Forks, N.D., Ralph Engelstad Arena
North Dakota 4, Michigan Tech 0
Michigan Tech
0
#10/11 North Dakota
0
0
1
0
3
0
4
1st period - Penalties - Zach Jones, UND (cross-checking)
4:02; Ryan Angelow, MTU (cross-checking) 17:45.
2nd period - 1, UND, Drew Stafford/21 (Jonathan Toews/9,
Brian Lee/16) :17. Penalties - Rastislav Spirko, UND (ud) :37;
John Schwarz, MTU (interference) :37; Chris Porter, UND
(roughing) 6:55; Tyler Shelast, MTU (roughing) 19:45; Tyler
Shelast, MTU (roughing) 19:45; Zach Jones, UND (roughing)
19:45; Zach Jones, UND (roughing) 19:45; Jimmy Kerr, MTU
(oi) 19:48.
3rd period - 2, UND, Jonathan Toews/17 (Ryan Duncan/14,
Matt Smaby/10) :41 (pp). 3, UND, Ryan Duncan/11 (Drew
Stafford/21, Jonathan Toews/10) 4:30. 4, UND, Drew Stafford/22
(Travis Zajac/23) 18:15 (sh). Penalties - Matt Watkins, UND
74
(hooking) 2:17; Mark Malekoff, MTU (hooking) 12:23; Erik
Fabian, UND (interference) 18:10; Taggart Desmet, MTU
(slashing) 18:50.
Shots on goal - MTU 12-7-3 22; UND 11-13-14 38.
Power plays - MTU 0 of 4; UND 1 of 3.
Penalties - MTU 7 (14 min); UND 7 (14 min).
Goalies - MTU, Michael-Lee Teslak 7-11-4 (60:00 minutes,
38 shots-34 saves); UND, Jordan Parise 17-7-1 (59:55, 22-22),
EMPTY NET (00:05, 0-0).
A- 11005 T- 2:21
Referee: Scott Zelkin ARs: Nathan Freeman; Kile Bergren
Win- Jordan Parise (17-7-1). Loss- Michael-Lee Teslak (711-4).
*Duncan
Spirko
Fabian
Kozek
UND Lineup
*Toews
*Stafford
Zajac
Oshie
Prpich
Porter
Watkins
Kaip
Jones
Smaby
*Chorney
*Lee
Finley
Radke
*Parise
Lamoureux
Walski
1st period - Penalties - Brian Lee, UND (interference) 9:45.
2nd period - 1, UND, Travis Zajac/12 (Rastislav Spirko/18,
Taylor Chorney/11) 5:55 (pp). 2, MSU, David Backes/13 (Travis
Morin/21, Kevin Huck/6) 6:30. 3, MSU, Travis Morin/20 (Jeff
Marler/8, Brian Kilburg/9) 19:31. Penalties - Mike Prpich, UND
(tripping) 2:44; Travis Morin, MSU (interference) 4:02; Jon
Dubel, MSU (holding) 14:37.
3rd period - 4, UND, Matt Watkins/4 (Taylor Chorney/12)
5:22. Penalties - Taylor Chorney, UND (slashing) 9:47; Jon
Dubel, MSU (holding) 15:47.
OT period - 5, MSU, Rob Rankin/12 (Steve Wagner/11, Kevin
Huck/7) 3:18. Penalties - none.
Shots on goal - MSU 15-8-10-3 36; UND 7-13-10-1 31.
Power plays - MSU 0 of 3; UND 1 of 3.
Penalties - MSU 3 (6 min); UND 3 (6 min).
Goalies - MSU, Dan Tormey 14-11-4 (63:18 minutes, 31
shots-29 saves); UND, Jordan Parise 18-8-1 (63:18, 36-33).
A- 8048 T- 2:31
Referee: Derek Shepherd ARs: Nathan Freeman; Kile
Bergren
Win- Dan Tormey (14-11-4). Loss- Jordan Parise (18-8-1).
*Duncan
Spirko
Marvin
Kozek
– Game 38 –
March 4, 2006
Grand Forks, N.D., Ralph Engelstad Arena
North Dakota 6, Michigan Tech 0
Michigan Tech
0
0
0
0
#10/11 North Dakota
0
1
5
6
1st period - Penalties - Tyler Shelast, MTU (interference)
6:58; Mike Prpich, UND (roughing) 11:58.
2nd period - 1, UND, T.J. Oshie/20 (Rastislav Spirko/17)
6:17. Penalties - Rylan Kaip, UND (roughing) 8:12; Tyler
Skworchinski, MTU (roughing) 8:12; T.J. Oshie, UND (slashing)
10:09; Justin St. Louis, MTU (obstruction-hooking) 14:45; Joe
Finley, UND (tripping) 17:49; Mike Batovanja, MTU (kneeing)
19:28.
3rd period - 2, UND, Drew Stafford/23 3:21 (sh). 3, UND,
Brian Lee/3 (Ryan Duncan/15, T.J. Oshie/16) 5:16. 4, UND,
Andrew Kozek/6 (Rylan Kaip/5) 6:04. 5, UND, Mike Prpich/7
(Jonathan Toews/11, Taylor Chorney/10) 6:32. 6, UND, Andrew
Kozek/7 (Matt Smaby/11) 15:58 (pp). Penalties - Mike Prpich,
UND (interference) 2:29; Drew Stafford, UND (high sticking)
7:51; Kyle Radke, UND (gf) 10:24; Jimmy Kerr, MTU (gf)
10:24; Kyle Radke, UND (10-minute misconduct) 10:24; Jordan
Foote, MTU (elbowing) 15:29; Jake Wilkens, MTU (unsportsmanlike conduct) 15:29; Drew Stafford, UND (unsportsmanlike
conduct) 15:29; Andrew Kozek, UND (hooking) 19:18; Jordan
Foote, MTU (goaltender interference) 19:55.
Shots on goal - MTU 4-9-11 24; UND 11-6-12 29.
Power plays - MTU 0 of 6; UND 1 of 4.
Penalties - MTU 8 (19 min); UND 10 (31 min).
Goalies - MTU, Michael-Lee Teslak 7-12-4 (46:23 minutes,
23 shots-18 saves), Rob Nolan (13:28, 6-5), EMPTY NET
(00:09, 0-0); UND, Jordan Parise 18-7-1 (59:56, 24-24),
EMPTY NET (00:04, 0-0).
A- 11393 T- 2:15
Referee: Scott Zelkin ARs: Kile Bergren; Nathan Freeman
Win- Jordan Parise (18-7-1). Loss- Michael-Lee Teslak (712-4).
Duncan
*Spirko
Fabian
Kozek
UND Lineup
Toews
Stafford
*Zajac
*Oshie
Prpich
Porter
Watkins
Kaip
*Jones
*Smaby
Chorney
Lee
Finley
Radke
*Parise
Lamoureux
Walski
– Game 40 –
March 11, 2006, WCHA First Round
Grand Forks, N.D., Ralph Engelstad Arena
North Dakota 4, Minnesota State 3
Minnesota State
0
1
0
1
#10 North Dakota
2
1
1
4
1st period - 1, UND, Jonathan Toews/18 (Ryan Duncan/16,
Zach Jones/6) 12:40. 2, UND, T.J. Oshie/21 (Travis Zajac/24,
Matt Smaby/12) 13:36. Penalties - Jon Dubel, MSU (roughing)
4:02; Mike Prpich, UND (slashing) 14:52; Kurtis Kisio, MSU
(slashing) 16:46.
2nd period - 3, UND, T.J. Oshie/22 (Travis Zajac/25) 5:39. 4,
MSU, Kyle Peto/8 (David Backes/29, Travis Morin/22) 15:50
(pp). Penalties - Jonathan Toews, UND (cross-checking) 1:40;
Joe Finley, UND (slashing) 1:43; Brian Kilburg, MSU (roughing)
6:30; Mike Prpich, UND (roughing) 6:30; David Backes, MSU
(cross-checking) 9:28; Kyle Radke, UND (roughing) 9:28;
Jordan Parise, UND (roughing) 12:16; Andrew Kozek, UND
(checking from behind) 15:14; Jon Dubel, MSU (tripping) 16:49.
3rd period - 5, UND, Travis Zajac/13 (Brian Lee/17, Taylor
Chorney/13) 10:25 (pp). Penalties - Matt Smaby, UND (crosschecking) 3:38; Steve Wagner, MSU (holding) 8:27; Rob
Rankin, MSU (slashing) 13:13.
Shots on goal - MSU 8-6-12 26; UND 12-8-11 31.
Power plays - MSU 1 of 6; UND 1 of 5.
Penalties - MSU 7 (14 min); UND 8 (16 min).
Goalies - MSU, Dan Tormey 14-12-4 (60:00 minutes, 31
shots-27 saves); UND, Jordan Parise 19-8-1 (59:56, 26-25) ,
EMPTY NET (00:04, 0-0).
A- 9258 T- 2:11
Referee: Derek Shepherd ARs: Nathan Freeman; Kile
Bergren
Win- Jordan Parise (19-8-1). Loss- Dan Tormey (14-12-4).
*Spirko
Duncan
Kozek
Marvin
– Game 39 –
March 10, 2006, WCHA First Round
Grand Forks, N.D., Ralph Engelstad Arena
UND Lineup
*Toews
*Stafford
Zajac
Oshie
Prpich
Porter
Watkins
Kaip
Jones
Smaby
*Chorney
*Lee
Finley
Radke
*Parise
Lamoureux
Walski
UND Lineup
*Zajac
Toews
Watkins
Prpich
Jones
Smaby
*Chorney
*Lee
Finley
Radke
*Parise
Lamoureux
Walski
*Oshie
Porter
Kaip
Porter
Minnesota State 3, North Dakota 2 (OT)
Minnesota State
0
2
0
1
3
#10 North Dakota
0
1
1
0
2
Thirteen-time WCHA Champions: 1958, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004
05-06 game summaries
– Game 41 –
*Spirko
Duncan
Kozek
Marvin
March 12, 2006, WCHA First Round
Grand Forks, N.D., Ralph Engelstad Arena
North Dakota 3, Minnesota State 0
Minnesota State
0
0
0
0
#10 North Dakota
2
1
0
3
1st period - 1, UND, Chris Porter/7 (Ryan Duncan/17, Matt
Smaby/13) :47. 2, UND, Travis Zajac/14 (T.J. Oshie/17, Brian
Lee/18) 7:17 (pp). Penalties - Andrew Kozek, UND (charging)
1:10; David Backes, MSU (cross-checking) 5:41; Matt Smaby,
UND (cross-checking) 11:54; Rob Rankin, MSU (roughing)
13:10; Taylor Chorney, UND (roughing) 13:10; Rob Rankin,
MSU (ig) 13:10; Joe Finley, UND (holding) 15:58.
2nd period - 3, UND, Travis Zajac/15 (Taylor Chorney/14,
Rastislav Spirko/19) 8:28 (pp). Penalties - Brian Kilburg, MSU
(hooking) 6:53; Brian Lee, UND (obstruction-hooking) 7:15;
Steve Wagner, MSU (hooking) 7:57; Kyle Peto, MSU (hooking)
9:28; Taylor Chorney, UND (tripping) 18:27; Mick Berge, MSU
(hooking) 19:01.
3rd period - Penalties - Zach Jones, UND (roughing) 6:41;
David Backes, MSU (roughing) 18:00; Kyle Radke, UND (crosschecking) 18:00.
Shots on goal - MSU 10-9-13 32; UND 6-9-10 25.
Power plays - MSU 0 of 6; UND 2 of 6.
Penalties - MSU 8 (16 min); UND 8 (16 min).
Goalies - MSU, Dan Tormey 14-13-4 (60:00 minutes, 25
shots-22 saves); UND, Jordan Parise 20-8-1 (60:00, 32-32).
A- 9371 T- 2:12
Referee: Derek Shepherd ARs: Nathan Freeman; Kile
Bergren
Win- Jordan Parise (20-8-1). Loss- Dan Tormey (14-13-4).
*Spirko
Duncan
Kozek
Marvin
UND Lineup
*Zajac
Toews
Watkins
Prpich
Jones
Smaby
*Chorney
*Lee
Finley
Radke
*Parise
Lamoureux
Walski
*Oshie
Porter
Kaip
Miller
– Game 42 –
March 17, 2006, WCHA Final Five
St. Paul, Minn., Xcel Energy Center
North Dakota 4, Wisconsin 3
#8 North Dakota
2
2
0
4
#3/4 Wisconsin
2
1
0
3
1st period - 1, UW, Joe Pavelski/20 (Kyle Klubertanz/16,
Adam Burish/18) 7:43. 2, UW, Andy Brandt/1 (Jake Dowell/14,
Ryan MacMurchy/16) 11:05. 3, UND, Ryan Duncan/12 (Kyle
Radke/11, Jonathan Toews/12) 18:07. 4, UND, Rylan Kaip/1
(Matt Watkins/3, Chris Porter/11) 19:02. Penalties - Ryan
MacMurchy, UW (hooking) 1:22; Joe Finley, UND (cross-checking) 8:18; Matt Olinger, UW (hooking) 16:07.
2nd period - 5, UND, Rastislav Spirko/9 (T.J. Oshie/18,
Travis Zajac/26) 4:10. 6, UND, Rylan Kaip/2 (Chris Porter/13)
18:24. 7, UW, Robbie Earl/20 (Joe Pavelski/30, Adam
Burish/19) 18:59 (pp). Penalties - Zach Jones, UND (slashing)
6:05; Robbie Earl, UW (unsportsmanlike conduct) 6:05; Jeff
Likens, UW (hooking) 10:16; Kyle Radke, UND (tripping) 10:27;
Zach Jones, UND (interference) 13:56; Robbie Earl, UW
(unsportsmanlike conduct) 15:51; Matt Smaby, UND (roughing)
18:24; Jake Dowell, UW (roughing) 20:00.
3rd period - no scoring. Penalties - none.
Shots on goal - UND 13-11-7 31; UW 10-8-12 30.
Power plays - UND 0 of 5; UW 1 of 4.
Penalties - UND 5 (10 min); UW 6 (12 min).
Goalies - UND, Jordan Parise 21-8-1 (60:00 minutes, 30
shots-27 saves); UW, Brian Elliott 22-5-3 (59:29, 31-27) ,
EMPTY NET (00:31, 0-0).
A- 16468 T- 2.26
Three stars: 1. Rylan Kaip 2. Jordan Parise 3. Joe Pavelski
Referee: Todd Anderson ARs: Tim Swiader; Butch
Mousseaux
Win- Jordan Parise (21-8-1). Loss- Brian Elliott (22-5-3).
Today's attendance (16468) sets a new Final Five game two
record. UW goalie out of net at 19:29 of the 3rd period.
UND Lineup
*Zajac
*Oshie
Toews
Porter
Watkins
Kaip
Prpich
Miller
*Jones
*Smaby
Chorney
Lee
Finley
Radke
*Parise
Lamoureux
Chris Porter, UND (interference) 12:20; Andrew Cogliano, MICH
(goaltender interference) 16:15.
3rd period - 6, UND, Travis Zajac/16 (T.J. Oshie/20) 14:42.
Penalties - Taylor Chorney, UND (tripping) 3:20; Mike Prpich,
UND (hooking) 10:58; Travis Turnbull, MICH (roughing) 10:58;
Jack Johnson, MICH (roughing) 16:58; Zach Jones, UND
(cross-checking) 16:58.
Shots on goal - MICH 9-15-11 35; UND 5-14-14 33.
Power plays - MICH 1 of 6; UND 2 of 4.
Penalties - MICH 7 (14 min); UND 9 (18 min).
Goalies - MICH, Noah Ruden 10-9-1 (60:00 minutes, 33
shots-28 saves); UND, Jordan Parise 28-8-1 (60:00, 35-34).
A- 11153 T- 2:26
Referee: Dave Hansen ARs: Scott Whittemore; Joe Ross
Win- Jordan Parise (28-8-1). Loss- Noah Ruden (10-9-1).
Largest attendance in NCAA West Regional history (11153)
– Game 43 –
March 18, 2006, WCHA Final Five
St. Paul, Minn., Xcel Energy Center
North Dakota 5, St. Cloud State 3
#18 St. Cloud State
1
1
1
3
#8 North Dakota
3
2
0
5
1st period - 1, SCSU, Konrad Reeder/11 (Aaron
Brocklehurst/18, David Carlisle/5) 3:50 (pp). 2, UND, Rastislav
Spirko/10 (T.J. Oshie/19) 4:00. 3, UND, Jonathan Toews/19
(Ryan Duncan/18) 4:15. 4, UND, T.J. Oshie/24 (Taylor
Chorney/15, Brian Lee/19) 17:41 (pp). Penalties - Lee Marvin,
UND (interference) 2:31; Matt Smaby, UND (slashing) 12:43;
Zach Jones, UND (slashing) 13:49; Matt Hartman, SCSU
(slashing) 16:41.
2nd period - 5, UND, Ryan Duncan/13 (Jonathan Toews/13,
Brian Lee/20) 4:58. 6, UND, Ryan Duncan/14 (Jonathan
Toews/14, Matt Smaby/14) 13:41 (pp). 7, SCSU, Brock
Hooton/7 16:20 (pp). Penalties - Dan Kronick, SCSU (roughing) 6:17; Kyle Radke, UND (roughing) 6:17; Justin Fletcher,
SCSU (holding the stick) 12:50; Joe Finley, UND (interference)
16:05.
3rd period - 8, SCSU, Billy Hengen/9 (Joe Jensen/18) 5:07.
Penalties - Taylor Chorney, UND (interference) 1:30; Rastislav
Spirko, UND (obstruction-hooking) 11:48; Dan Kronick, SCSU
(kneeing) 16:55; Rylan Kaip, UND (roughing) 19:48; Rylan
Kaip, UND (roughing) 19:48; Nate Raduns, SCSU (roughing)
19:48.
Shots on goal - SCSU 14-11-15 40; UND 9-12-8 29.
Power plays - SCSU 2 of 7; UND 2 of 3.
Penalties - SCSU 5 (10 min); UND 9 (18 min).
Goalies - SCSU, Bobby Goepfert 20-14-4 (59:14 minutes, 29
shots-24 saves), EMPTY NET (00:46, 0-0); UND, Jordan Parise
22-8-1 (60:00, 40-37).
A- 19282 T- 2.28
Referee: Derek Shepherd ARs: Ed Moberg; Scott Staudte
Win- Jordan Parise (22-8-1). Loss- Bobby Goepfert (20-144).
Tonight's attendance (19282) sets new Final Five single-game
record. SCSU goal reviewed at 15:32 (2nd) & waived off. SCSU
goalie out @ 19:14 (3rd).
*Spirko
Duncan
Kozek
Marvin
UND Lineup
*Zajac
*Oshie
Toews
Porter
Watkins
Kaip
Prpich
Miller
*Jones
*Smaby
Chorney
Lee
Finley
Radke
*Parise
Lamoureux
Spirko
*Duncan
Porter
Kozek
– Game 45 –
March 25, 2006, NCAA East Region Semifinal
Grand Forks, N.D., Ralph Engelstad Arena
North Dakota 5, Holy Cross 2
#19 Holy Cross
0
1
1
2
#6 North Dakota
2
1
2
5
1st period - 1, UND, Jonathan Toews/21 (Ryan Duncan/20,
Drew Stafford/22) 1:18. 2, UND, Ryan Duncan/16 (Jonathan
Toews/16, Matt Smaby/15) 15:16 (pp). Penalties - Sean
Nappo, HC (hooking) 6:42; Marty Dams, HC (interference)
13:49; Drew Stafford, UND (interference) 18:37.
2nd period - 3, HC, Matt Werry/1 (Jim Tselikis/2) 3:07. 4,
UND, Matt Smaby/4 (Drew Stafford/23, Jonathan Toews/17)
17:23 (pp). Penalties - Matt Burke, HC (tripping) 7:55; Zach
Jones, UND (holding) 11:10; Blair Bartlett, HC (co) 15:36.
3rd period - 5, HC, Blair Bartlett/13 (Tyler McGregor/28, Dale
Reinhardt/25) 5:21 (pp). 6, UND, Travis Zajac/17 (Brian Lee/22,
T.J. Oshie/21) 6:48 (pp). 7, UND, Matt Watkins/5 (Chris
Porter/14) 9:03. Penalties - Zach Jones, UND (cross-checking)
5:16; Tyler McGregor, HC (interference) 6:11; Kyle Radke, UND
(roughing) 9:51; Rylan Kaip, UND (hooking) 12:46.
Shots on goal - HC 6-7-6 19; UND 13-12-7 32.
Power plays - HC 1 of 5; UND 3 of 5.
Penalties - HC 5 (10 min); UND 5 (10 min).
Goalies - HC, Tony Quesada 22-6-2 (60:00 minutes, 32
shots-27 saves); UND, Jordan Parise 24-8-1 (59:51, 19-17),
EMPTY NET (00:09, 0-0).
A- 11492 T- 2:15
Referee: Dave Hansen ARs: Scott Whittemore; Joe Ross
Win- Jordan Parise (24-8-1). Loss- Tony Quesada (22-6-2).
Two-day regional attendance of 22,645 is a West
Regional Record.
*Spirko
Duncan
Porter
Kozek
– Game 44 –
March 24, 2006, NCAA East Region Semifinal
Grand Forks, N.D., Ralph Engelstad Arena
North Dakota 5, Michigan 1
#11/12 Michigan
0
1
0
1
#6 North Dakota
2
2
1
5
UND Lineup
Zajac
Oshie
*Toews
*Stafford
Watkins
Kaip
Prpich
Miller
*Jones
*Smaby
Chorney
Lee
Finley
Radke
*Parise
Lamoureux
UND Lineup
*Zajac
*Oshie
Toews
Stafford
Watkins
Kaip
Prpich
Miller
*Jones
*Smaby
Chorney
Lee
Finley
Radke
*Parise
Lamoureux
1st period - 1, UND, Ryan Duncan/15 (Jonathan Toews/15,
Kyle Radke/11) 5:01 (pp). 2, UND, T.J. Oshie/24 (Rastislav
Spirko/20, Brian Lee/21) 7:28 (pp). Penalties - Mark Mitera,
MICH (holding) 3:23; Matt Smaby, UND (cross-checking) 5:13;
Andrew Cogliano, MICH (holding) 5:52; Ryan Duncan, UND
(interference) 8:52; Andrew Kozek, UND (tripping) 14:31.
2nd period - 3, UND, Drew Stafford/24 (Travis Zajac/27) 4:08
(sh). 4, MICH, Chad Kolarik/12 (Brandon Kaleniecki/12, Matt
Hunwick/19) 4:30 (pp). 5, UND, Jonathan Toews/20 (Ryan
Duncan/19) 14:39. Penalties - Brandon Kaleniecki, MICH
(roughing) :08; Matt Smaby, UND (roughing) :08; Zach Jones,
UND (interference) 2:56; Danny Fardig, MICH (charging) 9:26;
Seven-time NCAA Champions: 1959, 1963, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 2000
75
05-06 game summaries
– Game 46 –
April 6, 2006, NCAA Frozen Four Semifinal
Milwaukee, Wis., Bradley Center
Boston College 6, North Dakota 5
#9/3 Boston College
3
2
1
6
#6/2 North Dakota
0
2
3
5
1st period - 1, BC, Brett Motherwell/4 (Andrew Orpik/5, Pat
Gannon/4) 7:43. 2, BC, Chris Collins/32 (Mike Brennan/10)
12:34 (sh). 3, BC, Chris Collins/33 (Brock Bradford/12) 18:08.
Penalties - Mike Brennan, BC (interference) 2:43; Zach Jones,
UND (obstruction-holding) 8:36; Tim Filangieri, BC (tripping)
11:45; Benn Ferriero, BC (hooking) 13:15; Matt Smaby, UND
(roughing) 13:15; Mike Brennan, BC (hooking) 15:45.
2nd period - 4, UND, Rastislav Spirko/11 (Travis Zajac/28)
4:23 (sh). 5, UND, Rylan Kaip/3 (Matt Watkins/4, Chris
Porter/16) 13:25. 6, BC, Anthony Aiello/1 15:38. 7, BC, Chris
Collins/34 (Benn Ferriero/9, Cory Schneider/1) 19:37 (pp).
Penalties - Nathan Gerbe, BC (roughing) 2:00; Kyle Radke,
UND (roughing) 2:00; Joe Finley, UND (interference) 4:02;
Nathan Gerbe, BC (eh) 5:35; Matt Greene, BC (goaltender interference) 6:44; Andrew Orpik, BC (interference) 11:20; Chris
Porter, UND (high sticking) 13:32; Matt Smaby, UND (rw) 14:03;
Benn Ferriero, BC (rw) 14:03; Rylan Kaip, UND (hooking) 17:48;
Mike Brennan, BC (interference) 19:49.
3rd period - 8, UND, Jonathan Toews/22 8:11 (pp). 9, BC,
Nathan Gerbe/11 (Tim Filangieri/2) 10:33. 10, UND, Travis
Zajac/18 (Drew Stafford/24, Brian Lee/23) 15:42 (sh). 11, UND,
Brian Lee/4 (Travis Zajac/29) 19:47. Penalties - Matt Greene,
BC (hooking) 6:28; Kyle Radke, UND (hc) 14:47; Chris Porter,
UND (slashing) 16:22.
Shots on goal - BC 5-16-10 31; UND 12-11-18 41.
Power plays - BC 1 of 6; UND 1 of 8.
Penalties - BC 11 (22 min); UND 9 (18 min).
Goalies - BC, Cory Schneider 24-12-2 (60:00 minutes, 41
shots-36 saves); UND, Jordan Parise 24-9-1 (57:57, 31-25) ,
EMPTY NET (02:03, 0-0).
A- 17637 T- 2:50
Referee: Steve Piotrowski ARs: Paul Tunison; Brian Hill
Win- Cory Schneider (24-12-2). Loss- Jordan Parise (24-9-1).
*Spirko
Duncan
Porter
Kozek
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UND’s Pride of the North band plays a big role in contributing to the festive atmosphere at Fighting Sioux
home games at Ralph Engelstad Arena.
UND Lineup
*Zajac
*Oshie
Toews
Stafford
Watkins
Kaip
Prpich
Miller
*Jones
*Smaby
Chorney
Lee
Finley
Radke
*Parise
Lamoureux
Thirteen-time WCHA Champions: 1958, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004
05-06 und superlatives
2005-06 UND Team Superlatives
Largest Margin of Victory: 6 (three times),
6-0 win vs. Northeastern (Oct. 14); 8-2 win at
Michigan Tech (Dec. 3); 6-0 win vs. Michigan
Tech (March 4)
Largest Margin of Defeat: 5 (twice), 7-2 loss
vs. Denver (Oct. 29), 6-1 loss at Minnesota
(Jan. 13)
Most Goals, Game: 8, 8-2 win at Michigan
Tech (Dec. 3)
Most Goals, First Period: 3 (four times), 3-1
win vs. Denver (Oct. 28); 3-2 win at St. Cloud
State (Nov. 19); 6-2 win at Denver (Feb. 24);
5-3 win vs. St. Cloud State (March 18)
Most Goals, Second Period: 5, 7-4 win at
Minnesota Duluth (Nov. 12)
Most Goals, Third Period: 5, 6-0 win vs.
Michigan Tech (March 4)
Most Goals Allowed, Game: 7 (twice), 7-2
loss vs. Denver (Oct. 29); 7-3 loss at Denver
(Feb. 25)
Most Goals Allowed, First Period: 3, 4-1
loss vs. Wisconsin (Nov. 5)
Most Goals Allowed, Second Period: 4, 6-1
loss at Minnesota (Jan. 13)
Most Goals Allowed, Third Period: 5, 7-3
loss at Denver (Feb. 25)
Most Shots, Game: 51, 5-3 loss at Alaska
Anchorage (Jan. 6)
Most Shots, First Period: 17, 2-1 loss vs. St.
Cloud State (Jan. 28)
Most Shots, Second Period: 20, 5-3 loss at
Alaska Anchorage (Jan. 6)
Most Shots, Third Period: 18, 5-3 loss at
Alaska Anchorage (Jan. 6)
Most Shots, Overtime Period: 2, 3-3 tie at
New Hampshire (Oct. 29)
Most Shots Allowed, Game: 48, 6-1 loss at
Minnesota (Jan. 13)
Most Shots Allowed, First Period: 19, 7-4
win at Minnesota Duluth (Nov. 12)
Most Shots Allowed, Second Period: 25, 6-1
loss at Minnesota (Jan. 13)
Most Shots Allowed, Third Period: 17, 7-3
loss at Denver (Feb. 25)
Most Shots Allowed, Overtime Period: 4, 33 tie at New Hampshire (Oct. 22)
Fewest Shots, Third Period: 3, 3-2 win at St.
Cloud State (Nov. 19)
Fewest Shots, Overtime Period: 0, 2-1 loss
vs. St. Cloud State (Jan. 28)
Fewest Shots Allowed, Game: 18, 2-1 win vs.
Northeastern (Oct. 15)
Fewests Shots Allowed, Regulation Period:
2 (twice), 1st period, 6-0 win vs. Northeastern
(Oct. 14); 1st period, 2-1 win vs. Northeastern
(Oct. 15)
Fewest Shots Allowed, First Period: 2
(twice), 6-0 win vs. Northeastern (Oct. 14); 21 win vs. Northeastern (Oct. 15)
Fewest Shots Allowed, Second Period:
4, 6-2 win at Denver (Feb. 24)
Fewest Shots Allowed, Third Period: 3, 4-0
win vs. Michigan Tech (March 3)
Fewest Shots Allowed, Overtime Period: 2,
2-1 loss vs. St. Cloud State (Jan. 28)
Most Penalty Minutes, Game: 64 (twice), 63 win vs. Minnesota State (Jan. 20); 4-2 win
vs. Minnesota State (Jan. 21)
Most Opponent Penalty Minutes, Game: 64,
4-2 win vs. Minnesota State (Jan. 21)
Most Combined Penalty Minutes: 128, 4-2
win vs. Minnesota State (Jan. 21)
Fewest Penalty Minutes, Game: 4, 5-0 win at
Alaska Anchorage (Jan. 7)
Fewest Opponent Penalty Minutes, Game:
4, 3-2 win at St. Cloud State (Nov. 19)
Most Power Play Goals, Game: 3 (three
times), 7-4 win at Minnesota Duluth (Nov.
12); 5-1 win vs. Bemidji State (Dec. 17); 5-2
win vs. Holy Cross (March 25)
Best Penalty Kill: 12/12, 3-0 win vs. Miami
(Oct. 8)
2005-06 UND Individual
Superlatives
Most Goals, Game: 3 (four times), by Drew
Stafford, 5-3 win at Minnesota Duluth (Nov.
11); by Rastislav Spirko, 6-1 win at Michigan
Tech (Dec. 2); by Drew Stafford, 8-2 win at
Michigan Tech (Dec. 3); by T.J. Oshie, 5-1
win vs. Bemidji State (Dec. 17)
Most Assists, Game: 4, by Rastislav Spirko,
5-1 win vs. Bemidji State (Dec. 17)
Most Points, Game: 4 (four times), by Drew
Stafford, 5-3 win at Minnesota Duluth (Nov.
11); by Rastislav Spirko, 7-4 win at Minnesota
Duluth (Nov. 12); by Drew Stafford, 8-2 win
at Michigan Tech (Dec. 3); by Rastislav
Spirko, 5-1 win vs. Bemidji State (Dec. 17)
Most Goalie Saves, Game: 42 (three times),
by Jordan Parise, 4-1 loss vs. Wisconsin (Nov.
5); by Jordan Parise, 8-2 win at Michigan Tech
(Dec. 3); by Philippe Lamoureux, 6-1 loss at
Minnesota (Jan. 13)
Most Goalie Saves, Period: 21, by Philippe
Lamoureux, 2nd period, 6-1 loss at Minnesota
(Jan. 13)
Fewest Goalie Saves, Full Regulation
Period: 1 (4 shots faced) by Philippe
Lamoureux, 3rd period, 7-2 loss vs. Denver
(Oct. 29)
Longest Goal-Scoring Streak: 4 games by
Jonathan Toews (Feb. 18-March 4) & Ryan
Duncan (March 17-current)
Current: 4 games by Ryan Duncan (March
17-current)
Longest Point-Scoring Streak: 7 games by
T.J. Oshie (Jan. 28-Feb. 25)
Current: 6 games by T.J. Oshie and Ryan
Duncan (March 11-current)
Most Opponent Power Play Goals, Game: 4
(twice), 6-1 loss at Minnesota (Jan. 13); 7-3
loss at Denver (Feb. 25)
Best Opponent Penalty Kill: 7/7, 3-0 loss vs.
Michigan State (Oct. 9)
Fewest Shots, Game: 22 (twice), 3-0 win vs.
Miami (Oct. 8); 4-3 loss vs. Minnesota (Dec. 9)
Fewest Shots, Regulation Period: 3 (twice),
3rd period, 3-2 win at St. Cloud State (Nov.
19) 1st period, 6-1 loss at Minnesota (Jan. 13)
Fewest Shots, First Period: 3, 6-1 loss at
Minnesota (Jan. 13)
Fewest Shots, Second Period: 4, 3-1 win vs.
Denver (Oct. 28)
Seven-time NCAA Champions: 1959, 1963, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 2000
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78
Date
O8
O9
O 14
O 15
O 21
O 22
O 28
O 29
N4
N5
N 11
N 12
N 18
N 19
D2
D3
D9
D 10
D 16
D 17
D 29
D 30
J6
J7
J 13
J 14
J 20
J 21
J 27
J 28
F3
F4
F 17
F 18
F 24
F 25
M3
M4
M 10
M 11
M 12
M 17
M 18
M 24
M 25
A6
Opp
Result
at MU
W, 3-0
at MU
L, 3-0
NE
W, 6-0
NE
W, 2-1
at UNH
W, 3-2
at UNH
T, 3-3
DU
W, 3-1
DU
L, 2-7
UW
L, 2-4
UW
L, 1-4
at UMD
W, 5-3
at UMD
W, 7-4
at SCSU
L, 2-3
at SCSU
W, 3-2
at MTU
W, 6-1
at MTU
W, 8-2
UM
L, 3-4
UM
L, 3-4
at BSU
W, 2-1
BSU
W, 5-1
HU
L, 0-1
HU
W, 3-2
at UAA
L 3-5
at UAA
W, 5-0
at UM
L, 1-6
at UM
W, 4-2
MSUM
W, 6-3
MSUM
W, 4-2
SCSU
L, 1-2
SCSU L, 1-2 (ot)
at CC
W, 4-2
at CC
L, 2-3
UMD
W, 4-0
UMD
W, 5-1
at DU
W, 6-2
at DU
L, 3-7
MTU
W, 4-0
MTU
W, 6-0
vs. MSUM L, 2-3
vs. MSUM W, 4-1
vs. MSUM W, 3-0
vs. UW
W, 4-3
vs. SCSU W, 5-3
MICH
W, 5-1
HC
W, 5-2
BC
L, 5-6
Forward (LW-C-RW)
Toews-Zajac-Stafford
Toews-Zajac-Stafford
Spirko-Zajac-Stafford
Watkins-Zajac-Stafford
Duncan-Zajac-Stafford
Duncan-Zajac-Stafford
Duncan-Zajac-Stafford
Duncan-Zajac-Stafford
Toews-Oshie-Porter
Toews-Oshie-Porter
Toews-Oshie-Porter
Toews-Oshie-Porter
Spirko-Zajac-Stafford
Duncan-Zajac-Spirko
Toews-Zajac-Spirko
Toews-Zajac-Spirko
Toews-Zajac-Spirko
Toews-Zajac-Spirko
Duncan-Zajac-Oshie
Spirko-Zajac-Oshie
Spirko-Zajac-Miller
Spirko-Zajac-Stafford
Spirko-Zajac-Stafford
Spirko-Zajac-Stafford
Spirko-Zajac-Stafford
Spirko-Zajac-Oshie
Spirko-Zajac-Oshie
Spirko-Zajac-Oshie
Spirko-Zajac-Oshie
Spirko-Zajac-Oshie
Spirko-Zajac-Oshie
Spirko-Zajac-Oshie
Spirko-Zajac-Oshie
Spirko-Zajac-Oshie
Spirko-Zajac-Oshie
Spirko-Zajac-Oshie
Spirko-Zajac-Oshie
Spirko-Zajac-Oshie
Duncan-Toews-Stafford
Spirko-Zajac-Oshie
Spirko-Zajac-Oshie
Spirko-Zajac-Oshie
Spirko-Zajac-Oshie
Spirko-Zajac-Oshie
Spirko-Zajac-Oshie
Spirko-Zajac-Oshie
2005-06 Fighting Sioux
Line Combinations
Forward (LW-C-RW)
Porter-Duncan-Spirko
Porter-Duncan-Spirko
Toews-Oshie-Porter
Toews-Oshie-Porter
Toews-Oshie-Porter
Toews-Oshie-Porter
Toews-Oshie-Porter
Toews-Oshie-Porter
Duncan-Zajac-Stafford
Duncan-Zajac-Stafford
Spirko-Zajac-Stafford
Spirko-Zajac-Stafford
Toews-Oshie-Porter
Fabian-Watkins-Prpich
Porter-Oshie-Stafford
Porter-Oshie-Stafford
Porter-Oshie-Stafford
Porter-Oshie-Stafford
Kozek-Stafford-Spirko
Duncan-Stafford-Porter
Duncan-Stafford-Porter
Duncan-Watkins-Porter
Porter-Toews-Oshie
Toews-Oshie-Porter
Porter-Toews-Oshie
Toews-Stafford-Porter
Porter-Toews-Stafford
Porter-Toews-Stafford
Porter-Toews-Stafford
Porter-Toews-Stafford
Duncan-Toews-Stafford
Duncan-Toews-Stafford
Duncan-Toews-Stafford
Duncan-Toews-Stafford
Duncan-Toews-Stafford
Duncan-Toews-Stafford
Duncan-Toews-Stafford
Duncan-Toews-Stafford
Spirko-Zajac-Oshie
Duncan-Toews-Porter
Duncan-Toews-Porter
Duncan-Toews-Porter
Duncan-Toews-Porter
Duncan-Toews-Stafford
Duncan-Toews-Stafford
Duncan-Toews-Stafford
Forward (LW-C-RW)
Fabian-Prpich-Kozek
Fabian-Prpich-Kozek
Fabian-Kaip-Prpich
Fabian-Kaip-Prpich
Fabian-Kaip-Prpich
Fabian-Kaip-Prpich
Fabian-Kaip-Prpich
Kozek-Kaip-Prpich
Fabian-Kaip-Prpich
Fabian-Watkins-Kozek
Kozek-Duncan-Kaip
Kozek-Duncan-Kaip
Kozek-Duncan-Kaip
Toews-Oshie-Porter
Kozek-Duncan-Miller
Kozek-Duncan-Kaip
Kozek-Duncan-Kaip
Kozek-Duncan-Kaip
Porter-Kaip-Miller
Kozek-Watkins-Prpich
Kozek-Watkins-Martens
Fabian-Kaip-Kozek
Duncan-Watkins-Prpich
Duncan-Watkins-Kozek
Duncan-Watkins-Kozek
Fabian-Kaip-Prpich
Duncan-Watkins-Kozek
Duncan-Watkins-Kozek
Duncan-Watkins-Kozek
Duncan-Watkins-Kozek
Porter-Watkins-Kozek
Porter-Watkins-Kozek
Fabian-Prpich-Porter
Fabian-Prpich-Porter
Fabian-Prpich-Porter
Fabian-Prpich-Porter
Fabian-Prpich-Porter
Fabian-Prpich-Porter
Marvin-Prpich-Porter
Kozek-Watkins-Kaip
Kozek-Watkins-Kaip
Kozek-Watkins-Kaip
Kozek-Watkins-Kaip
Porter-Watkins-Kaip
Porter-Watkins-Kaip
Porter-Watkins-Kaip
Forward (LW-C-RW)
Watkins-Kaip-Oshie
Watkins-Kaip-Oshie
Watkins-Duncan-Kozek
Kozek-Duncan-Miller
Watkins-Foyt-Kozek
Watkins-Foyt-Kozek
Watkins-Foyt-Kozek
Marvin-Foyt-Watkins
Kozek-Watkins-Miller
Marvin-Kaip-Miller
Fabian-Watkins-Prpich
Fabian-Watkins-Prpich
Fabian-Watkins-Prpich
Kozek-Stafford-Miller
Fabian-Watkins-Prpich
Fabian-Watkins-Prpich
Fabian-Watkins-Prpich
Fabian-Watkins-Prpich
Fabian-Watkins-Prpich
Fabian-Kaip-Miller
Fabian-Kaip-Prpich
Prpich-Foyt-Martens
Fabian-Kaip-Kozek
Fabian-Foyt-Prpich
Fabian-Foyt-Prpich
Duncan-Watkins-Kozek
Fabian-Kaip-Prpich
Fabian-Kaip-Prpich
Fabian-Prpich-Kaip
Fabian-Prpich-Kaip
Fabian-Kaip-Prpich
Fabian-Kaip-Prpich
Kozek-Watkins-Kaip
Kozek-Watkins-Kaip
Kozek-Watkins-Kaip
Kozek-Watkins-Kaip
Kozek-Watkins-Kaip
Kozek-Watkins-Kaip
Kozek-Watkins-Kaip
Marvin-Prpich-Miller
Marvin-Prpich-Miller
Marvin-Prpich-Miller
Marvin-Prpich-Miller
Kozek-Prpich-Miller
Kozek-Prpich-Miller
Kozek-Prpich-Miller
Defense (L-R)
Smaby-Lee
Smaby-Lee
Jones-Smaby
Jones-Smaby
Jones-Smaby
Jones-Smaby
Jones-Smaby
Jones-Smaby
Jones-Smaby
Jones-Smaby
Jones-Smaby
Jones-Smaby
Jones-Smaby
Jones-Smaby
Jones-Smaby
Jones-Smaby
Jones-Smaby
Jones-Smaby
Jones-Smaby
Jones-Smaby
Jones-Smaby
Jones-Smaby
Jones-Smaby
Jones-Smaby
Jones-Smaby
Jones-Smaby
Jones-Smaby
Jones-Smaby
Jones-Smaby
Jones-Smaby
Jones-Smaby
Jones-Smaby
Jones-Smaby
Jones-Smaby
Jones-Smaby
Jones-Smaby
Jones-Smaby
Jones-Smaby
Jones-Smaby
Jones-Smaby
Jones-Smaby
Jones-Smaby
Jones-Smaby
Jones-Smaby
Jones-Smaby
Jones-Smaby
Defense (L-R)
Jones-Chorney
Jones-Chorney
Chorney-Lee
Chorney-Lee
Chorney-Lee
Chorney-Lee
Chorney-Lee
Chorney-Lee
Chorney-Lee
Chorney-Lee
Chorney-Lee
Chorney-Lee
Chorney-Lee
Chorney-Lee
Chorney-Lee
Chorney-Lee
Chorney-Lee
Chorney-Lee
Chorney-Lee
Chorney-Lee
Finley-Radke
Finley-Radke
Finley-Marvin
Chorney-Lee
Chorney-Lee
Chorney-Lee
Chorney-Lee
Chorney-Lee
Chorney-Lee
Chorney-Lee
Finley-Radke
Finley-Radke
Chorney-Lee
Chorney-Lee
Chorney-Lee
Chorney-Lee
Chorney-Lee
Chorney-Lee
Chorney-Lee
Chorney-Lee
Chorney-Lee
Chorney-Lee
Chorney-Lee
Chorney-Lee
Chorney-Lee
Chorney-Lee
Defense (L-R) Goalies
Finley-Radke
Parise-Lamoureux
Finley-Radke
Lamoureux-Parise
Finley-Radke
Parise-Lamoureux-Walski
Finley-Radke
Parise-Lamoureux-Walski
Finley-Radke
Parise-Lamoureux
Finley-Radke
Parise-Lamoureux
Finley-Radke
Parise-Lamoureux-Walski
Finley-Radke
Lamoureux-Parise
Finley-Radke
Parise-Lamoureux-Walski
Finley-Radke
Parise-Lamoureux
Finley-Radke
Parise-Lamoureux
Finley-Radke
Parise-Lamoureux
Finley-Radke
Lamoureux-Parise
Finley-Radke
Parise-Lamoureux
Finley-Radke
Parise-Lamoureux
Finley-Radke
Parise-Lamoureux
Finley-Radke
Parise-Lamoureux-Walski
Finley-Radke
Parise-Lamoureux
Marvin-Radke Lamoureux-Parise
Marvin-Radke Parise-Lamoureux-Walski
Marvin-AlexanderLamoureux-Parise-Walski
Marvin-AlexanderParise-Lamoureux-Walski
Chorney-Lee
Lamoureux-Walski
Finley-Radke
Lamoureux-Walski
Finley-Radke
Lamoureux-Walski
Finley-Radke
Lamoureux-Walski
Finley-Radke
Lamoureux-Parise-Walski
Finley-Radke
Parise-Lamoureux-Walski
Marvin-AlexanderLamoureux-Parise-Walski
Marvin-AlexanderParise-Lamoureux-Walski
Chorney-Lee
Parise-Lamoureux
Chorney-Lee
Parise-Lamoureux
Finley-Radke
Parise-Lamoureux-Walski
Finley-Radke
Parise-Lamoureux-Walski
Finley-Radke
Parise-Lamoureux
Finley-Radke
Parise-Lamoureux
Finley-Radke
Parise-Lamoureux-Walski
Finley-Radke
Parise-Lamoureux-Walski
Finley-Radke
Parise-Lamoureux-Walski
Finley-Radke
Parise-Lamoureux-Walski
Finley-Radke
Parise-Lamoureux-Walski
Finley-Radke
Parise-Lamoureux
Finley-Radke
Parise-Lamoureux
Finley-Radke
Parise-Lamoureux
Finley-Radke
Parise-Lamoureux
Finley-Radke
Parise-Lamoureux
05-06 game-by-game lines
Thirteen-time WCHA Champions: 1958, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004
the wcha
The WCHA also continues to lead the way in college hockey attendance, as
member teams, who play in some of the sport’s finest facilities, regularly top the
Division I ranks in average home attendance. In 2005-06, the men’s conference
drew a record total of 1,552,920, the third consecutive season in excess of 1.5
million fans and the 13th consecutive season in excess of one million.
With a noteworthy past that spans six decades and
marks its 55th season overall in 2006-07, three characteristics that continue to define the Western
Collegiate Hockey Association are history, tradition
and success.
WCHA Commissioner
Bruce McLeod
From the founding days as the Midwest Collegiate
Hockey League (MCHL) from 1951-53, to the
Western Intercollegiate Hockey League (WIHL)
from 1953-58, and ultimately on to the Western
Collegiate Hockey Association in 1959, this
prestigious athletic conference has developed and
maintained a tradition of excellence that truly is second to none.
In fact, no collegiate conference – in any sport – can top the impressive list of
national scale accomplishments of the WCHA and its member teams.
Since 1951, teams representing the men’s WCHA have earned a record 36
NCAA (national) championships, finished as the national runner-up another 27
times, and qualified for a berth in collegiate hockey’s national championship
round – the NCAA Men’s Frozen Four – in 51 of 54 seasons overall.
In addition to its successes in national championship tournament play over the
years, the Western Collegiate Hockey Association owns an enviable reputation
for producing outstanding coaches and student-athletes, with hundreds upon hundreds of its alumni moving on to successful professional and Olympic playing
careers. On top of the more than 110 league alumni who have Olympic experience playing for the likes of the U.S., Canada, Italy, Norway, Austria and France,
conference-member teams and players have also received additional international
exposure on a regular basis since 1951.
The WCHA has hosted touring teams from the USSR, Canada, Sweden,
Czechoslovakia, Latvia, Germany, Italy, Finland, Norway, Switzerland, England
and France. The league has also sent men’s WCHA All-Star Teams to Europe in
both 1998 (Switzerland) and 2000 (Norway) and is and is hopeful of making
another international trip with an all-star team next year.
Just a few of the more than 350 past and present National Hockey Leaguers
who have roots in the WCHA include the likes of legendary goaltenders Tony
Esposito, Eddio Mio, Glenn “Chico” Resch and Ed Belfour, defensemen Keith
Magnuson, Lou Nanne and Curt Giles, and forwards Lou Angotti, Bill
Masterton, Bill “Red” Hay, Red Berenson, Glenn Anderson and Mark Johnson.
The current crop of WCHA stars playing in the NHL include the likes of Chris
Chelios, Brett Hull, Dany Heatley, Mark Parrish, Jordan Leopold, Curtis Joseph,
Greg Johnson, Sean Hill, Antti Laaksonen, Jason Blake, Tyler Arnason, Andy
Sutton and Bret Hedican.
Administration
Bruce M. McLeod
Commissioner
Carol LaBelle, Assistant
Commissioner of
Operations
2190 South High Street
Denver, CO 80208-0320
Phone: 303-871-4223
Fax: 303-871-2600
Public Relations
Doug Spencer, Associate
Commissioner for Public
Relations
559 D’Onofrio Drive
Ste. 103
Madison, WI 53719-2096
Phone: 608-829-0100
Fax: 608-829-0200
Email: [email protected]
The WCHA Final Five (men’s) continues to be among the most successful collegiate tournaments of its kind. Held at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, the WCHA
Final Five has drawn in excess of 1,000,000 fans since its inception in 1987 –
including a record 87,579 in 2006.
2005-06 WCHA Men’s Team Highlights
National Championships
The WCHA men’s league claimed a record 36th national championship in the 54
years of its existence when Wisconsin won the Frozen Four over Boston College
in
Milwaukee, Wis. ... it was the fifth straight NCAA title for the league and sixth
in the last seven years.
National Rankings
Four WCHA teams – Colorado College, Minnesota, North Dakota and Wisconsin
– held a spot on the USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine poll throughout the
entire season. In the final USCHO.com/CSTV Division 1 Men’s Poll, issued on
March 20, 2006, the WCHA had six teams among the top 20, with Wisconsin at
No. 2, Minnesota at No. 3, North Dakota at No. 6, Colorado College at No. 12,
St. Cloud State at No. 14, and Denver at No. 16.
Winning Records
Six WCHA-member teams had winning records overall in 2005-06 and six had
won at least 21 games. 2006 NCAA champion Wisconsin led the way with a 3010-3 overall mark and .733 winning percentage. MacNaughton Cup-champion
Minnesota (27-9-5, .720) was next, followed by NCAA Frozen Four qualifier
and 2006 WCHA Final Five/Broadmoor Trophy-champion North Dakota (29-161, .641), Colorado College (24-16-2, .595), Denver (21-15-3, .577) and St. Cloud
State (22-16-4, .571).
NCAA Tournaments
Four WCHA teams qualified for the NCAA championship tournament, with
Minnesota and Wisconsin both earning No. 1 regional seeds and North Dakota
and Colorado College also qualifying. Wisconsin won the NCAA Midwest
Regional at Resch Center in Green Bay with victories over Bemidji State and
Cornell, while North Dakota claimed the NCAA West Regional at Ralph
Engelstad Arena in Grand Forks with victories over Michigan and Holy Cross.
Minnesota was defeated by Holy Cross in Grand Forks while CC fell to Cornell
in Green Bay. WCHA teams went 4-2-0 in the NCAA regionals, with UW goaltender Brian Elliott and UND forward Jonathan Toews both earning regional
MVP awards. WCHA teams were 6-3-0 overall in NCAA tourney play.
Supervisor of Officials
Greg Shepherd
215 E. Kathleen Drive
W. St. Paul, MN 55118
Phone: 651-229-2507
Fax: 651-229-2396
www.wcha.com
Seven-time NCAA Champions: 1959, 1963, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 2000
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05-06 wcha honors
WCHA All-Academic Team
2005-06 WCHA Individual Awards
Player of the Year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Matt Carle, Denver
Student-Athlete of the Year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ted O’Leary, Denver
Defensive Player of the Year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Matt Carle, Denver
Rookie of the Year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Phil Kessel, Minnesota
Coach of the Year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bob Motzko, St. Cloud State
Don Lucia, Minnesota
All-WCHA First Team
Pos. Name
F
Ryan Potulny
F
Brett Sterling
F
Paul Stastny
D
Matt Carle
D
Tom Gilbert
G
Bobby Goepfert
Team
Minnesota
Colorado College
Denver
Denver
Wisconsin
St. Cloud State
Yr.
Jr.
Sr.
So.
Jr.
Sr.
Jr.
WCHA Stats
28 Gp, 23-19-42
27 Gp, 18-14-32
28 Gp, 15-29-44
28 Gp, 9-33-42
28 Gp, 10-14-24
12-12-2, 2.09, .926
All-WCHA Second Team
Pos. Name
F
Joe Pavelski
F
Marty Sertich
F
David Backes
D
Alex Goligoski
D
Brian Salcido
G
Brian Elliott
Team
Wisconsin
Colorado College
Minnesota State
Minnesota
Colorado College
Wisconsin
Yr.
So.
Sr.
Jr.
So.
Jr.
Jr.
WCHA Stats
28 Gp, 15-24-39
28 Gp, 10-21-31
27 Gp, 10-22-32
28 Gp, 7-17-24
28 Gp, 3-18-21
12-12-2, 1.84, .930
All-WCHA Third Team
Pos. Name
F
Drew Stafford
F
Ryan Dingle
F
Danny Irmen
D
Chris Harrington
D
Matt Smaby
G
Jordan Parise
Team
North Dakota
Denver
Minnesota
Minnesota
North Dakota
North Dakota
Yr.
Jr.
So.
Jr.
Sr.
Jr.
Jr.
WCHA Stats
28 Gp, 16-20-36
27 Gp, 22-14-36
18 Gp, 10-13-23
27 Gp, 3-18-21
28 Gp, 1-9-10
13-7-0, 2.41, .924
All-WCHA Rookie Team
Pos. Name
F
Phil Kessel
F
T.J. Oshie
F
Mason Raymond
D
Chris Butler
D
Brian Lee
G
Dan Tormey
Team
Minnesota
North Dakota
Minnesota Duluth
Denver
North Dakota
Minnesota State
Yr.
Fr.
Fr.
Fr.
Fr.
Fr.
Fr.
WCHA Stats
28 Gp, 12-21-33
28 Gp, 13-11-24
28 Gp, 8-15-23
26 Gp, 6-11-17
28 Gp, 2-12-14
10-10-3, 2.83, .903
Alaska Anchorage (10): Chad Anderson*, Luke
Beaverson, Peter Cartwright, Charlie Kronschnabel*, Ryan
McMullan, Ales Parez*, Mark Smith*, Chris Tarkir, Blair
Tassone, Eric Walsky
Colorado College (10): Joey Crabb, Trevor Frischmon*,
Jack Hillen, Chris Kawano, Scott McCulloch, Brett
Sterling*, Jesse Stokke*, Lee Sweatt*, Scott Thauwald*,
Matt Zaba*
Denver (12): Zach Blom, Matt Carle*, Steven Cook, J.D.
Corbin*, Glenn Fisher*, Ryan Helgason*, Jon James*,
Danny King*, Brock McMorris*, Ted O’Leary*, Paul
Stastny, Andrew Thomas
Michigan Tech (8): Nick Anderson*, Mike Batovanja,
Kevin Hachey, Lars Helminen*, Mark Malekoff, Pekka
Saittakari*, Brandon Schwartz*, Tyler Sworchinski*
Minnesota (7): Kellen Briggs*, Gino Guyer*, Mike Howe,
Evan Kaufmann, Peter Kennedy*, Derek Peltier, Tom Pohl
Minnesota-Duluth (2): Dan Carlson, Isaac Reichmuth
Minnesota State (13): David Backes*, Chad Brownlee*,
Ryan Carter, Chris Clark*, Lucas Fransen*, Joel Hanson,
Mark Hinz, Kurtis Kisio*, R.J. Linder, Shane McCormick,
Ryan McKelvie*, Travis Morin*, Steve Wagner
North Dakota (8): Robbie Bina, Erik Fabian*, Scott
Foyt*, Joran Parise*, Chris Porter, Matt Smaby, Drew
Stafford, Travis Zajac
St. Cloud State (15): Chris Anderson, Tim Boron*, Aaron
Brocklehurst, Justin Fletcher, Matt Francis, Andrew
Gordon, Matt Hartman, Billy Hengen*, Gary Houseman*,
Joe Jensen*, T.J. McElroy*, Marty Mjelleli, Nate Raduns*,
Konrad Reeder*, Josh Singer*, Matt Stephenson
Wisconsin (5): Brian Elliott*, Matthew Ford, Tim Gilbert,
Nick Licari*, Matt Olinger*
* – Indicates repeat selection from 2004-05 team
2005-06 Final WCHA Standings
Rk Team
1
Minnesota
2
Denver
Wisconsin
4
North Dakota
Colorado College
6
St. Cloud State
7
Minnesota State
8
Michigan Tech
9
Minnesota-Duluth
10 Alaska Anchorage
80
W-L-T
20-5-3
17-8-3
17-8-3
16-12-0
15-11-2
13-13-2
12-13-3
6-16-6
6-19-3
4-21-3
Pts
43
37
37
32
32
28
27
18
15
11
Pct.
.768
.661
.661
.571
.571
.500
.482
.321
.268
.196
GF-GA
107-64
98-78
98-60
104-60
94-75
79-62
93-88
54-113
62-114
51-110
Overall
27-9-5
21-15-3
30-10-3
29-16-1
24-16-2
22-16-4
17-18-4
7-25-6
11-25-4
6-27-3
Pct.
.720
.577
.733
.641
.595
.571
.487
.263
.325
.208
GF-GA
169-105
125-110
145-79
164-109
143-109
134-99
126-121
74-149
97-148
68-138
Thirteen-time WCHA Champions: 1958, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004
05-06 wcha leaders
Scoring Leaders (all games)
Rk
1.
2.
3.
4.
6
7
9
10
11
12
14
16
18
21
22
Name (Team, Yr., Pos.)
Ryan Potulny (UM, JR, F)
Joe Pavelski (UW, SO, F)
Brett Sterling (CC, SR, LW)
Paul Stastny (DU, SO, F)
Matt Carle (DU, JR, D)
Phil Kessel (UM, FR, F)
Robbie Earl (UW, JR, F)
Marty Sertich (CC, SR, C)
Drew Stafford (UND, JR, F)
Travis Zajac (UND, SO, F)
T.J. Oshie (UND, FR, F)
Ryan Dingle (DU, SO, F)
Joey Crabb (CC, SR, W)
David Backes (MSU, JR, F)
Travis Morin (MSU, JR, F)
Andrew Gordon (SCSU, SO, F)
Brian Salcido (CC, JR, D)
Gabe Gauthier (DU, SR, F)
Alex Goligoski (UM, SO, D)
Jonathan Toews (UND, FR, F)
Danny Irmen (UM, JR, F)
Chris Harrington (UM, SR, D)
Ryan Duncan (UND, FR, F)
GP
41
43
41
39
39
39
42
42
42
46
44
38
42
38
39
42
42
38
41
42
30
40
46
PPG
1.54
1.30
1.34
1.36
1.36
1.31
1.19
1.19
1.14
1.02
1.02
1.13
1.02
1.11
1.08
0.95
0.95
1.03
0.95
0.93
1.27
0.90
0.78
Goals Against Average (all games)
G
38
23
31
19
11
18
24
14
24
18
24
27
18
13
20
20
8
15
11
22
16
3
16
A
25
33
24
34
42
33
26
36
24
29
21
16
25
29
22
20
32
24
28
17
22
33
20
Pts.
63
56
55
53
53
51
50
50
48
47
45
43
43
42
42
40
40
39
39
39
38
36
36
A
33
21
17
20
17
17
23
15
14
1
Pts.
51
45
39
36
30
28
27
25
23
23
A
42
32
28
33
19
21
21
23
18
15
Pts.
53
40
39
36
31
29
27
27
23
22
Freshman Scoring Leaders (all games)
Rk
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Name (Team, Pos.)
Phil Kessel (UM, F)
T.J. Oshie (UND, F)
Jonathan Toews (UND, F)
Ryan Duncan (UND, F)
Chad Rau (CC, C/W)
Mason Raymond (UMD, W)
Brian Lee (UND, D)
Ryan Stoa (UM, F)
Blake Wheeler (UM, F)
Andrew Carroll (UMD, W)
GP
39
44
42
46
42
40
44
41
39
40
PPG
1.31
1.02
0.93
0.78
0.71
0.70
0.61
0.61
0.59
0.57
G
18
24
22
16
13
11
4
10
9
13
Defensemen Scoring Leaders (all games)
Rk
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
9.
10.
Name (Team, Yr., Pos.)
Matt Carle (DU, JR, D)
Brian Salcido (CC, JR, D)
Alex Goligoski (UM, SO, D)
Chris Harrington (UM, SR, D)
Tom Gilbert (UW, SR, D)
Kyle Peto (MSU, JR, D)
Justin Fletcher (SCSU, JR, D)
Brian Lee (UND, FR, D)
Aaron Brocklehurst (SCSU, SO, D)
Chris Butler (DU, FR, D)
GP
39
42
41
40
43
38
40
44
41
35
PPG
1.36
0.95
0.95
0.90
0.72
0.76
0.68
0.61
0.56
0.63
G
11
8
11
3
12
8
6
4
5
7
Seven-time NCAA Champions: 1959, 1963, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 2000
Rk
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
Name (Team, Yr.)
Brian Elliott (UW, JR)
Bobby Goepfert (SCSU, JR)
Jordan Parise (UND, JR)
Matt Zaba (CC, JR)
Kellen Briggs (UM, JR)
Peter Mannino (DU, SO)
Glenn Fisher (DU, JR)
Dan Tormey (MSU, FR)
Nathan Lawson (UAA, SO)
Isaac Reichmuth (UMD, SR)
Michael-Lee Teslak (UMT, FR)
Rk
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
Name (Team, Yr.)
Brian Elliott (UW, JR)
Jordan Parise (UND, JR)
Bobby Goepfert (SCSU, JR)
Matt Zaba (CC, JR)
Nathan Lawson (UAA, SO)
Kellen Briggs (UM, JR)
Peter Mannino (DU, SO)
Michael-Lee Teslak (UMT, FR)
Dan Tormey (MSU, FR)
Glenn Fisher (DU, JR)
John DeCaro (UAA, SR)
GAA
1.55
2.20
2.20
2.52
2.55
2.71
2.72
2.83
3.44
3.45
3.68
Save Percentage (all games)
Sv%
.938
.929
.924
.909
.908
.904
.904
.902
.902
.898
.888
Winning Percentage (all games)
Rk
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
Name (Team, Yr.)
Brian Elliott (UW, JR)
Kellen Briggs (UM, JR)
Jordan Parise (UND, JR)
Peter Mannino (DU, SO)
Matt Zaba (CC, JR)
Bobby Goepfert (SCSU, JR)
Glenn Fisher (DU, JR)
Dan Tormey (MSU, FR)
Michael-Lee Teslak (UMT, FR)
Isaac Reichmutch (UMD, SR)
Nathan Lawson (UAA, SO)
Pct.
.814
.750
.721
.595
.583
.579
.556
.516
.360
.308
.306
Goalie Wins (all games)
Rk
1.
2.
3.
4.
Name (Team, Yr.)
Brian Elliott (UW, JR)
Jordan Parise (UND, JR)
Kellen Briggs (UM, JR)
Matt Zaba (CC, JR)
Bobby Goepfert (SCSU, JR)
6.
Dan Tormey (MSU, FR)
7.
Peter Mannino (DU, SO)
8.
Glenn Fisher (DU, JR)
9.
Michael-Lee Teslak (UMT, FR)
10. Isaac Reichmuth (UMD, SR)
W-L-T
27-5-3
24-9-1
21-6-3
20-14-2
20-14-4
14-13-4
12-8-1
9-7-2
7-14-4
6-16-4
81
05-06 wcha leaders
Scoring Leaders (WCHA games)
Rk Name (Team, Yr., Pos.)
1.
Paul Stastny (DU, SO, F)
2.
Ryan Potulny (UM, JR, F)
Matt Carle (DU, JR, D)
4.
Joe Pavelski (UW, SO, F)
5.
Ryan Dingle (DU, SO, F)
Drew Stafford (UND, JR, F)
7.
Phil Kessel (UM, FR, F)
8.
Brett Sterling (CC, SR, LW)
Robbie Earl (UW, JR, F)
David Backes (MSU, JR, F)
11. Marty Sertich (CC, SR, C)
12. Joey Crabb (CC, SR, W)
13. Gabe Gauthier (DU, SR, F)
14. Ryan Carter (MSU, SO, F)
15. Travis Zajac (UND, SO, F)
16. Travis Morin (MSU, JR, F)
17. T.J. Oshie (UND, FR, F)
Andrew Gordon (SCSU, SO, F)
Tom Gilbert (WU, SR, D)
Alex Goligoski (UM, SO, D)
GP
28
28
28
28
27
28
28
27
27
27
28
28
27
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
PPG
1.57
1.50
1.50
1.39
1.33
1.29
1.18
1.19
1.19
1.19
1.11
1.07
1.07
0.96
0.93
0.89
0.86
0.86
0.86
0.86
G
15
23
9
15
22
16
12
18
14
10
10
12
11
16
11
13
13
12
10
7
Goals Against Average (WCHA games)
A
29
19
33
24
14
20
21
14
18
22
21
18
18
11
15
12
11
12
14
17
Pts.
44
42
42
39
36
36
33
32
32
32
31
30
29
27
26
25
24
24
24
24
A
21
11
15
8
12
12
11
11
6
12
Pts.
33
24
23
22
21
21
17
17
15
14
Freshman Scoring Leaders (WCHA games)
Rk
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
7.
9.
10.
Name (Team, Pos.)
Phil Kessel (UM, F)
T.J. Oshie (UND, F)
Mason Raymond (UMD, W)
Jonathan Toews (UND, F)
Chad Rau (CC, C/W)
Ryan Duncan (UND, F)
Chris Butler (DU, D)
Ryan Stoa (UM, F)
Jack Skille (UW, F)
Brian Lee (UND, D)
GP
28
28
28
28
28
28
26
28
28
28
PPG
1.18
0.86
0.82
0.79
0.75
0.75
0.65
0.61
0.54
0.50
G
12
13
8
14
9
9
6
6
9
2
Defensemen Scoring Leaders (WCHA games)
Rk Name (Team, Yr., Pos.)
1.
Matt Carle (DU, JR, D)
2.
Tom Gilbert (UW, SR, D)
Alex Goligoski (UM, SO, D)
4.
Chris Harrington (UM, SR, D)
Brian Salcido (CC, JR, D)
6.
Kyle Peto (MSU, JR, D)
Justin Fletcher (SCSU, JR, D)
8.
Chris Butler (DU, FR, D)
9.
Aaron Brocklehurst (SCSU, SO, D)
Kyle Klubertanz (UW, SO, D)
Lars Helminen (UMT, JR, D)
12. Mike Vannelli (UM, JR, D)
Brian Lee (UND, FR, D)
82
GP
28
28
28
27
28
27
28
26
27
28
28
27
28
PPG
1.50
0.86
0.86
0.78
0.75
0.67
0.64
0.65
0.56
0.54
0.54
0.52
0.50
G
9
10
7
3
3
5
4
6
4
3
1
6
2
A
33
14
17
18
18
13
14
11
11
12
14
8
12
Pts.
42
24
24
21
21
18
18
17
15
15
15
14
14
Rk
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Name (Team, Yr.)
Brian Elliott (UW, JR)
Bobby Goepfert (SCSU, JR)
Kellen Briggs (UM, JR)
Jordan Parise (UND, JR)
Matt Zaba (CC, JR)
Peter Mannino (DU, SO )
Glenn Fisher (DU, JR)
Dan Tormey (MSU, FR)
Nathan Lawson (UAA, SO)
Isaac Reichmuth (UMD, SR)
GAA
1.84
2.09
2.19
2.41
2.57
2.65
2.83
2.83
3.38
3.69
Save Percentage (WCHA games)
Rk
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Name (Team, Yr.)
Brian Elliott (UW, JR)
Bobby Goepfert (SCSU, JR)
Jordan Parise (UND, JR)
Kellen Briggs (UM, JR)
Nathan Lawson (UAA, SO)
Matt Zaba (CC, JR)
Peter Mannino (DU, SO)
Dan Tormey (MSU, FR)
Michael-Lee Teslak (UMT, FR)
Glenn Fisher (DU, JR)
Sv%
.930
.926
.924
.918
.909
.907
.905
.903
.899
.897
Winning Percentage (WCHA games)
Rk Name (Team, Yr.)
1.
Kellen Briggs (UM, JR)
Brian Elliott (UW, JR)
3.
Glenn Fisher (DU, JR)
4.
Jordan Parise (UND, JR)
5.
Peter Mannino (DU, SO)
6.
Matt Zaba (CC, JR)
7.
Bobby Goepfert (SCSU, JR)
Dan Tormey (MSU, FR)
9.
Michael-Lee Teslak (UMT, FR)
10. Nathan Lawson (UAA, SO)
Pct.
.786
.786
.692
.650
633
.565
.500
.500
.421
.321
Goalie Wins (WCHA games)
Rk Name (Team, Yr.)
1.
Kellen Brigge (UM, JR)
Brian Elliott (UW, JR)
3.
Jordan Parise (UND, JR)
4.
Matt Zaba (CC, JR)
Bobby Goepfert (SCSU, JR)
6.
Dan Tormey (MSU, FR)
7.
Peter Mannino (DU, SO)
8.
Glenn Fisher (DU, JR)
9.
Michael-Lee Teslak (UMT, FR)
10. Isaac Reichmuth (UMD, SR)
W-L-T
15- 3- 3
15- 3- 3
13- 7- 0
12- 9- 2
12-12- 2
10-10- 3
9- 5- 1
8- 3- 2
6- 9- 4
5-14-3
Thirteen-time WCHA Champions: 1958, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004

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