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  • #31
    Re: Your program's Mount Rushmore

    Originally posted by Flashy Man View Post
    I would say the top people would be Tony Esposito, John Kosiancic, Garry Bauman, Mike Zuke, Al Karlander, Lou Angotti, Jamie Ram, and Bruce Riutta on top of John MacInnes of course.

    Top 4:
    John MacInnes
    Tony Esposito
    Lou Angotti
    Mike Zuke
    Updated the list...
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    • #32
      Re: Your program's Mount Rushmore

      Originally posted by Flashy Man View Post
      I would say the top people would be Tony Esposito, John Kosiancic, Garry Bauman, Mike Zuke, Al Karlander, Lou Angotti, Jamie Ram, and Bruce Riutta on top of John MacInnes of course.

      Top 4:
      John MacInnes
      Tony Esposito
      Lou Angotti
      Mike Zuke
      Jamie Ram...I forgot about him. That guy was pretty impressive. I remember him standing on his head more than a few times.

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      • #33
        Re: Your program's Mount Rushmore

        SCSU
        Ludwig Andolsek
        Frank Brimsek
        Herb Brooks
        Bret Hedican
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        • #34
          Re: Your program's Mount Rushmore

          UMD:
          Brett Hull
          Bill Watson
          Jack Connolly
          Mike Sertich
          St. Norbert College Green Knights
          NCHA regular season champs: 97-99, 02-08, 10-12, 14, 16, 19
          NCHA playoff champs: 98-99, 03-05, 07-08, 10-14, 17-19
          NCAA Champions: 2008, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2018
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          SNC women: 2013 O'Brien Cup Champions

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          • #35
            Re: Your program's Mount Rushmore

            tUMD:

            Chico Resch, Jim Johnson, Mark Pavelich, John Harrington. Just suggestions....Brett Hull is obvious.
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            • #36
              Re: Your program's Mount Rushmore

              Originally posted by fishcore12 View Post
              I havent been around/alive as long as some of the other RPI fans but if I were to choose 4 for my Mt. Rushmore it would go like this:

              Ned Harkness
              George Servinis
              Frank Chiarelli
              Mike Adessa

              So tough to choose just 4.
              Yes on Harkness and Chiarelli, but I would take Oates over Servinis and probably also take Pres. Houston over Addesa.
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              • #37
                Originally posted by Brenthoven View Post
                tUMD:

                Chico Resch, Jim Johnson, Mark Pavelich, John Harrington. Just suggestions....Brett Hull is obvious.
                Yeah, Pavelich for sure has to be on that list.
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                • #38
                  Re: Your program's Mount Rushmore

                  If there can be more than four, I suggest adding Pat Micheletti to Minnesota. His 269 pts are second for the Gophers all time to John Mayasich's 298.
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                  • #39
                    Re: Your program's Mount Rushmore

                    I should wait for JJFP or someone who actually, y'know, KNOWS something to answer, but here are mine for Notre Dame:

                    Lefty Smith (iconic coach, brought ND back as a varsity program, coached almost 20 years here, beloved administrator after his coaching tenure)
                    Dave Poulin (Hobey Baker finalist, most accomplished NHL alum (>500 career points), as ND head coach led us to our first NCAA appearance, gracefully stepped aside when Jackson became available, spearheaded funding efforts for new arena)
                    Jack Brownschidle (only 2-time ND hockey All-American, second-most accomplished NHL alum (>200 career points as a blueliner))
                    Jeff Jackson -- now approaching a decade at the helm, has brought ND hockey from "also-ran" to one of the consistent contenders. If he ever manages to break through and win it all, it would cement him to the top spot.


                    Other people I considered:
                    Andy Slaggert (Has a 20-year tenure with the program, spanning career ND player under Smith and his protege Ric Shafer, and as assistant coach under Shafer, Poulin, and Jackson. Team USA Five Nations Tourney coach.) ... I actually initially had him as the 4th before Jackson, but thought that might be a bit ridiculous to most other peoples' impressions.
                    Greg Meredith -- all time leading goal-scorer at ND, Rhodes Scholarship finalist, Calgary Flames player, Harvard assistant coach
                    Don Jackson -- leader of the early return-to-varsity teams, multi-time Stanley Cup winner in the NHL (I believe he and Bill Nyrop are the only ones from ND), has had a long pro coaching career as well.
                    Brian Walsh -- perhaps the first true ND hockey "star", elite scorer in the WCHA after the return to varsity status.
                    The only three recent players I might consider would be: David Brown, MVG, and Condra, and I don't think any of them makes the cut versus those above.

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by mnstate0fhockey View Post
                      If there can be more than four, I suggest adding Pat Micheletti to Minnesota. His 269 pts are second for the Gophers all time to John Mayasich's 298.
                      I considered him instead of Broten, but I couldn't get over the whole first Hobey winner thing.
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                      • #41
                        Re: Your program's Mount Rushmore

                        Boston College:

                        Snooks Kelly
                        Jerry York
                        Joey Mullen
                        Brian Gionta
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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by state of hockey View Post
                          I considered him instead of Broten, but I couldn't get over the whole first Hobey winner thing.
                          I would have picked Broten too
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                          • #43
                            Re: Your program's Mount Rushmore

                            Originally posted by Ryecheers View Post
                            For Northeastern:
                            Art Chisholm
                            Jom Martel
                            Dan McGillis
                            Jason Guerrerio
                            I would think you would have to put Fern Flaman in there, likely over Guerreiro.

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                            • #44
                              Re: Your program's Mount Rushmore

                              Originally posted by Ryecheers View Post
                              For Northeastern:
                              Art Chisholm
                              Jom Martel
                              Dan McGillis
                              Jason Guerrerio
                              How is Bruce Racine not on this list?
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                              • #45
                                Re: Your program's Mount Rushmore

                                Providence College:
                                1- Lou Lamoriello
                                2- Ron Wilson (250 points as a defenseman)
                                3- Chris Terreri (twice an all-American)
                                4- Rob Gaudreau (104 goals-most in program's history)

                                Tim Army, Gates Orlando, Mike Boback and Kurt Kleinendorst are also in the conversation

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