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  • #91
    Re: Your program's Mount Rushmore

    Originally posted by unh_hockey View Post
    tim horst, Nathan Martz, Matt Dzieduszycki, brian yandle
    Ummmm... Travis Banga and Eddie Caron have to be on the UNH Mt Rushmore. Maybe even Josh Ciocco.
    Originally posted by Greg Ambrose on 3/7/2010
    The fact that you BC fans revel in the superiority of your team in an admittedly weak league leads me to believe you will be more sorely disappointed when the end comes than we will.

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    • #92
      Re: Your program's Mount Rushmore

      I guess this would probably be Lowell's Mount Rushmore.

      Dwayne Roloson
      Jon Morris
      Mike Carr
      Bill Riley (coach)

      (someday soon if he keeps it up, Norm Bazin to make it five.)

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      • #93
        Re: Your program's Mount Rushmore

        American International isn't my team, but I'll take a stab at their Mount Rushmore:

        Dave Forbes (3rd in career P/G [2.55], 1970–71 All-American, 363 NHL games)
        Gary Wright (Head coach 1984–present)
        Tom Mullen (1st in career points [248], 1.10 P/G in one IHL season)
        Kevin Wortman (20th in career points [137], 11 seasons in IHL and top European leagues, 5 games with Calgary Flames)

        Others I considered:
        Guillaume Caron (1st in D1 career points [117], P/G [0.98] and goals [61])
        Mike Smith (1977–78 All-American)
        Jeff Arnold (2nd in career points [202])

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        • #94
          Re: Your program's Mount Rushmore

          Henry "Hank" Akervall for MTU should be a nominee even though I don't think he is top 4...
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          • #95
            Re: Your program's Mount Rushmore

            Originally posted by FadeToBlack&Gold View Post
            Other than Thomas and St. Louis, I never realized Vermont had that many current or former NHLers.
            And I think Aaron Miller ought to be on the list of nominees too.....

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            • #96
              Re: Your program's Mount Rushmore

              Maine:
              Shawn Walsh
              Jim Montgomery
              Garth Snow
              Scott Pellerin

              I love PK but he wasn't at the school long enough to be on our Mt. Rushmore. Other deserving nominees would be Mike Golden (the first "name" to commit to Maine), Eric Weinrich (Shawn's first Olympian) and Grant Standbrook.

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              • #97
                Re: Your program's Mount Rushmore

                Here is what has been nominated so far:

                North Dakota: Ben Cherski, Greg Johnson, Jeff Panzer, Dean Blais, Gino Gasparini, Tony Hrkac, Ralph Engelstad, Ryan Duncan, Zach Parise, Matt Greene, Jonathan Toews, Karl Goehring, Eddie Belfour, Jon Casey
                Western Michigan: Harry Lawson, Bill Wilkinson, Dan Dorian, Wayne Gagne
                Quinnipiac: John Lahey, Jack McDonald, Rand Pecknold, Reid Cashman
                Minnesota: John Mariucci, Herb Brooks, Neal Broten, John Mayasich, Pat Micheletti, Jordan Leopold, Grant Potulny, Robb Stauber, Doug Woog, Don Lucia
                Harvard: Bill Cleary, Joe Cavanagh, Lane McDonald, Scott Fusco
                Wisconsin: Bob Johnson, Mike Eaves, Mark Johnson, Bill Howard
                Brown: Robert Gaudreau, Yann Danis, Jim Fullerton, Donald Whiston
                RPI: Ned Harkness, George Servinis, Frank Chiarelli, Mike Addesa, Adam Oates, Pres. Houston
                New Hampshire: Tim Horst, Nathan Martz, Matt Dzieduszycki, Brian Yandle, Travis Banga, Eddie Caron, Josh Ciocco
                Northeastern: Art Chisholm, Jom Martel, Dan McGillis, Jason Guerrerio
                Denver: Murray Armstrong, Keith Magnuson, Matt Carle, Bill Masterton
                Maine: Shawn Walsh, Grant Standbrook, Paul Kariya, Jimmy Montgomery, Garth Snow, Scott Pellerin, Mike Golden, Eric Weinrich
                Cornell: Ken Dryden, Ned Harkness, Joe Nieuwendyk, Lance Nethery
                Michigan State: Amo Bessone, Ron Mason, Ryan Miller, Kip Miller
                Michigan Tech: John MacInnes, Tony Esposito, John Kosiancic, Garry Bauman, Mike Zuke, Al Karlander, Lou Angotti, Jamie Ram, Bruce Riutta, Hank Akervall
                SCSU: Ludwig Andolsek, Frank Brimsek, Herb Brooks, Bret Hedican, Brendan J. McDonald, Matt Cullen, Mark Parrish, Ryan Lasch
                Duluth: Brett Hull, Bill Watson, Jack Connolly, Mike Sertich, Chico Resch, Jim Johnson, Mark Pavelich, John Harrington, Tom Kurvers, Derek Plante, Curt Giles
                Notre Dame: Lefty Smith, Dave Poulin, Jack Brownschidle, Jeff Jackson
                Boston College: Snooks Kelly, Jerry York, Joey Mullin, Brian Gionta
                Providence: Lou Lamoriello, Ron Wilson, Chris Terreri, Rob Gaudreau, Tim Army, Gates Orlando, Mike Boback, Kurt Kleinendorst
                Merrimack: Fr. Paul Thabault, J. Thom Lawler, Ron Anderson, Mark Dennehy, Rejean Stringer, Jim Vesey, Jim Hrivnak, Joe Cannata
                Alabama-Huntsville: Jared Ross, Cam Talbot, Derek Puppa, Doug Ross, Scott Munroe, Mario Mazzuca, Jim Harris
                Northern Michigan: Rick Comley, Tom Laidlaw, Steve Bozek, Scott Beattie, Don Waddell, Bill Joyce, Gary Emmons, Walt Kyle, Steve Weeks
                BU: Jack Parker, Jack Kelley, Jack Garrity, Jack O'Callahan, Chris Drury, Matt Gilroy, Mike Eruzione, Rick Meagher, Jim Craig, John Cullen, Vic Stanfield, Bob Brown, Dick Rodenheiser, Jack Ferreira
                Miami: Lloyd Goggin, Steve Cady, Rico Blasi, Dan Boyle, Ryan Jones, Andy Miele
                LSSU: Bud Cooper, Ron Mason, Jim Dowd, Doug Weight, Brian Rolston, Blain Lacher, Jeff Jackson, Cris Dahlquist, Darren Madeley, Rick Comley
                St. Lawrence: Joe Marsh, Rob Perani, Derek Gustafson, Dan Laperriere, Brian McColgan, Brian Macfarlane, Brandon Dietrich, Erik Anderson
                Bowling Green: Jack Vivian, Jerry York, George McPhee, Brian Hills, Galley Ellett, Brian Holzinger, Nelson Emerson
                Penn State: Joe Battista, Terry Pegula, John Dufford, Lynn Sipe
                Vermont: Tim Thomas, John LeClair, Martin St. Louis, Eric Perrin, Patrick Sharp, Aaron Miller
                Ohio State: Paul Pooley, Jamie Macoun, Ryan Kesler, RJ Umberger
                Michigan: Red Berenson, Vic Heyliger
                Alaska-Anchorage: Brush Christianson, Rob Conn, Mike Peluso, Curtis Glencross, Dean Larson, Derek Donald
                Clarkson: Dave Taylor, Bill Blackwood, Bill Harrison, Mark Morris, Murray Walker, Craig Conroy, Todd White, Eddie Rowe, Erik Cole, Willie Mitchell, Kevin Zappia
                Massachusetts-Lowell: Dwayne Roloson, Jon Morris, Mike Carr, Bill Riley
                AIC: Dave Forbes, Gary Wright, Tom Mullen, Kevin Wortman, Guillaume Caron, Mike Smith, Jeff Arnold
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                • #98
                  Re: Your program's Mount Rushmore

                  A few more names for the Minnesota list: Mike Ramsey, Buzz Schneider, Corey Milan, Bryan Erickson, Larry Olimb, Brian Bonin, Thomas Vanek.

                  We may need to move some of these monuments to the Rockies
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                  • #99
                    Re: Your program's Mount Rushmore

                    Originally posted by mnstate0fhockey View Post
                    A few more names for the Minnesota list: Mike Ramsey, Buzz Schneider, Corey Milan, Bryan Erickson, Larry Olimb, Brian Bonin, Thomas Vanek.

                    We may need to move some of these monuments to the Rockies
                    Well, there will eventually be a vote to bring the list down to 4 for each program. I'm thinking that will probably happen sometime in the next couple weeks after we get nominations from each of the programs. That being said, I believe you can only put 20 options in the polls on this site, and there will be an option for "other," so that leaves 19 nominations possible for each program.

                    Still looking for nominees for the following programs:
                    Mankato
                    Colorado College
                    Nebraska Omaha
                    Bemidji State
                    Michigan (need at least 2 more nominees)
                    Alaska
                    Ferris State
                    Massachusetts
                    Union
                    Dartmouth
                    Yale
                    Princeton
                    Colgate
                    Air Force
                    RIT
                    Canisius
                    Bentley
                    Army
                    Mercyhurst
                    Niagara
                    Uconn
                    Robert Morris
                    Holy Cross
                    Sacred Heart
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                    • Re: Your program's Mount Rushmore

                      Originally posted by First Time, Long Time View Post
                      Lasch deserves a spot on there IMO.
                      Depends on the criteria. My top four Husky players of all time might include him, but I was thinking more in terms of significance to the program. No doubt that if we put this to a vote it'll end up being all players.

                      Just think if the real Mount Rushmore was put to a popular vote... Washington and Lincoln would make the cut, but Jefferson and Roosevelt would probably be replaced with Reagan and Clinton!
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                      • Re: Your program's Mount Rushmore

                        Originally posted by The Exiled One View Post
                        Depends on the criteria. My top four Husky players of all time might include him, but I was thinking more in terms of significance to the program. No doubt that if we put this to a vote it'll end up being all players.

                        Just think if the real Mount Rushmore was put to a popular vote... Washington and Lincoln would make the cut, but Jefferson and Roosevelt would probably be replaced with Reagan and Clinton!
                        I seriously doubt that everyone will vote for just players. I'm pretty sure Gino Gasparini and/or Dean Blais will make the cut for North Dakota. Murray Armstrong will almost certainly be one of the 4 for DU, and Jerry York could very well find himself on 2 different program's Mount Rushmore.
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                        • Re: Your program's Mount Rushmore

                          Anyone other Gopher fans worried that JDUBBS might graffiti our monument if we put someone who isn't a native Minnesotan on it?
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                          • Re: Your program's Mount Rushmore

                            Originally posted by The Exiled One View Post
                            Depends on the criteria. My top four Husky players of all time might include him, but I was thinking more in terms of significance to the program. No doubt that if we put this to a vote it'll end up being all players.

                            Just think if the real Mount Rushmore was put to a popular vote... Washington and Lincoln would make the cut, but Jefferson and Roosevelt would probably be replaced with Reagan and Clinton!
                            I'd vote for Brooks, but I'm not sure I'd vote for a couple of your others.
                            Andolsek from what I remember isn't acknowledged on campus anywhere so even though he was our first successful coach I doubt there are very many who remember him or his accomplishments to the program.
                            Brimsek is known and yeah we can claim him as ours, but how much does him being ours really matter in terms of importance for the program?
                            Unless you are a St. Cloud fan, does anyone even think of SCSU if Brimsek is brought up?
                            He isn't known for being a Husky like some other legends (Hobey Baker, Mayasich, Magnuson, etc) are known for being a part of their college programs and without that impact to the program itself, I don't know that he rates a place on our Mount Rushmore.
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                            • Originally posted by mnstate0fhockey View Post
                              Anyone other Gopher fans worried that JDUBBS might graffiti our monument if we put someone who isn't a native Minnesotan on it?
                              I am shocked that he hasn't started nominating Mariucci for about 10 other western programs.
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                              • Originally posted by ExileOnDaytonStreet View Post
                                I am shocked that he hasn't started nominating Mariucci for about 10 other western programs.
                                Haha....
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