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  • Re: Bemidji State Beavers: Defending the MacNaughton 2017-18

    Congrats to Kyle Bauman on signing a contract with the AHL's Ontario Reign. Interesting story on Kyle, who is from the Orlando, Florida area. After his last year of junior hockey, he hadn't landed a spot on a college roster, D-I or D-III. He was all set to go to school back home (Central Florida, I believe) when BSU called in August as they had a roster spot open up. Now, four years later, he is moving on to the AHL with a pro contract! Great story!

    http://www.bsubeavers.com/mhockey/ne...-organization/
    Last edited by beaverhockeyfan; 03-08-2018, 11:46 AM.
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    BEMIDJI STATE BEAVERS!
    NAIA National Champs: 1968, '69, '70, '71, '73, '79, '80
    NCAA D-III National Champs: 1986
    NCAA D-II National Champs: 1984, '93, '94, '95, '97
    NCAA D-I National Champs: 20??
    Perfect 31-0 in 1983-84
    Holders of an NCAA Mens Record 43 straight wins (Nov. 8, 1983-Jan. 1, 1985)

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    • Re: Bemidji State Beavers: Defending the MacNaughton 2017-18

      Congrats to Michael Bitzer on signing a contract with the ECHL's Idaho Steelheads!

      http://www.bsubeavers.com/mhockey/ne...ssional-ranks/
      Millsy

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      BEMIDJI STATE BEAVERS!
      NAIA National Champs: 1968, '69, '70, '71, '73, '79, '80
      NCAA D-III National Champs: 1986
      NCAA D-II National Champs: 1984, '93, '94, '95, '97
      NCAA D-I National Champs: 20??
      Perfect 31-0 in 1983-84
      Holders of an NCAA Mens Record 43 straight wins (Nov. 8, 1983-Jan. 1, 1985)

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      • Re: Bemidji State Beavers: Defending the MacNaughton 2017-18

        Bemidji Sophomore defenseman Zach Whitecloud has signed a contract with the Vegas Golden Knights. Congrats!

        http://www.bsubeavers.com/mhockey/ne...olden-knights/
        Millsy

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        BEMIDJI STATE BEAVERS!
        NAIA National Champs: 1968, '69, '70, '71, '73, '79, '80
        NCAA D-III National Champs: 1986
        NCAA D-II National Champs: 1984, '93, '94, '95, '97
        NCAA D-I National Champs: 20??
        Perfect 31-0 in 1983-84
        Holders of an NCAA Mens Record 43 straight wins (Nov. 8, 1983-Jan. 1, 1985)

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        • Re: Bemidji State Beavers: Defending the MacNaughton 2017-18

          Congrats to those guys on signing pro contracts! Bemidji State is a great team with a lot of class. Looking forward to watching them again next year.

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          • Re: Bemidji State Beavers: Defending the MacNaughton 2017-18

            I've been tied up the last couple of days watching the Alexandria Cardinals at the Minnesota State Tournament ( runner up in Class A, took down Hermantown 6-1 in the semis). But there were two more signings.

            Leo Fitzgerald signed with the South Carolina Stingrays of the ECHL.

            Carter Struthers signed with the Greenville Swamp Rabbits of the ECHL.
            Millsy

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            BEMIDJI STATE BEAVERS!
            NAIA National Champs: 1968, '69, '70, '71, '73, '79, '80
            NCAA D-III National Champs: 1986
            NCAA D-II National Champs: 1984, '93, '94, '95, '97
            NCAA D-I National Champs: 20??
            Perfect 31-0 in 1983-84
            Holders of an NCAA Mens Record 43 straight wins (Nov. 8, 1983-Jan. 1, 1985)

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            • Re: Bemidji State Beavers: Defending the MacNaughton 2017-18

              Beaver senior foward Gerry Fitzgerald signs with the Iowa Wild
              Millsy

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              BEMIDJI STATE BEAVERS!
              NAIA National Champs: 1968, '69, '70, '71, '73, '79, '80
              NCAA D-III National Champs: 1986
              NCAA D-II National Champs: 1984, '93, '94, '95, '97
              NCAA D-I National Champs: 20??
              Perfect 31-0 in 1983-84
              Holders of an NCAA Mens Record 43 straight wins (Nov. 8, 1983-Jan. 1, 1985)

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              • Re: Bemidji State Beavers: Defending the MacNaughton 2017-18

                How do we take the next step as a program? We obviously went through a bad period in the early 2010's and have done a very good job bouncing back from that and building back into a solid program. We have now made the playoffs 4 straight years and hosted three of the last 4 including winning the Macnaughton. The next step to me is to become a consistent NCAA tournament team. We were there before in the late 00's where we made 4 of 6 years. How do we get back there again? Is it realistic to expect that from this program?

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                • Re: Bemidji State Beavers: Defending the MacNaughton 2017-18

                  As of 03/15/2018

                  FORMER BEAVERS
                  -Matt Read-Lehigh Valley Phantoms (AHL) 33 GP, 7G-9A-16 Pts., 8 PIM, +3 (Called up to Philly)
                  *********Philadelphia Flyers (NHL) 7 GP, 0G-0A-0 Pts., 0 PIM, +0
                  -Brad Hunt-Vegas Golden Knights (NHL) 40 GP, 3G-15A-18 Pts., 6 PIM, +0
                  -Zach Whitecloud-Vegas Golden Knights (NHL) 0 GP, 0G-0A-0 Pts., 0 PIM, +0
                  -Ruslan Pedan-HK Sochi (KHL) 22 GP, 1G-1A-2 Pts., 16 PIM -2
                  *********KHL Playoffs 1 GP, 0G-0A-0 Pts., 0 PIM, -1
                  *********Dizel Penza (VHL) 14 GP, 1G-2A-3 Pts, 22 PIM
                  -Kyle Bauman-Ontario Reigh (AHL) 2 GP, 0G-0A-0 Pts., 0 PIM, +0
                  -Gerry Fitzgerald-Iowa Wild (AHL) 2 GP, 0G-0A-0 Pts., 0 PIM, +0
                  -Leo Fitzgerald-South Carolina Stingrays (ECHL) 3 GP, 1G-3A-4 Pts., 0 PIM, +3
                  -Carter Struthers-Greenville Swamp Rabbits (ECHL) 2 GP, 0G-0A-0 Pts., 2 PIM, +0
                  -Michael Bitzer-Idaho Steelheads (ECHL) 2 GP, 1W-1L-0 OTL, 88.9 Save %, 2.45 GAA, 0 SO
                  -Matt Prapavessis-HC Nove Zamky (Slovakia) 21 GP, 4G-3A-7 Pts., 12 PIM (moved to Greenville)
                  *********Greenville Swamp Rabbits (ECHL) 51 GP, 4G-16A-20 Pts., 30 PIM, -28
                  -Cory Ward-Manchester Monarchs (ECHL) 16 GP, 7G-7A-14 Pts., 6 PIM, +11
                  *********Ontario Reign (AHL) 18 GP, 1G-0A-1 Pts., 2 PIM, -2 (Sent back to Manchester)
                  -Riley Weselowski-Rapid City Rush (ECHL) 60 GP, 3G-14A-17 Pts., 62 PIM, -21
                  -Sam Windle-Utah Grizzlies (ECHL) 58 GP, 2G-13A-15 Pts., 30 PIM, +3
                  -Brandon Marino-Brampton Beast (ECHL) 62 GP, 16G-37A-53 Pts., 44 PIM, -11
                  -Brendan Harms-Utah Grizzlies (ECHL) 51 GP, 8G-23A-31 Pts., 15 PIM, -1
                  -Charlie O’Connor-Toledo Walleye (ECHL) 37 GP, 3G-10A-13 Pts., 12 PIM, +14
                  -Garrett Ladd-Coventry Blaze (British EIHL) 8 GP, 3G-3A-6 Pts., 27 PIM (moved onto Tulsa)
                  *********EIHL Cup 4 GP, 0G-0A-0 Pts., 0 PIM
                  *********Tulsa Oilers (ECHL) 38 GP, 21G-17A-38 Pts., 36 PIM, +0
                  -Tyler Scofield- Braehead Clan (British EIHL) 42 GP,16G-18A-34 Pts., 18 PIM (Injured)
                  *********EIHL Cup 4 GP, 3G-2A-5 Pts., 0 PIM
                  -Matt Pope-Cardiff Devils (British EIHL) 47 GP, 16G-32A-48 Pts., 48 PIM
                  *********EIHL Cup 9 GP, 5G-5A-10 Pts., 8 PIM
                  *********Champions HL 5 GP, 2G-1A, 3 Pts., 4 PIM
                  -Radoslav Illo-HC Zlin (Czech) 31 GP, 1G-2A-3 Pts., 12 PIM
                  *********AZ Havirov (Czech 2) 1 GP, 0G-0A-0 Pts., 0 PIM
                  *********HC Prerov (Czech 2) 2 GP, 1G-0A-1 Pts., 2 PIM
                  -Phillip Marinaccio-Storhamar (Norway) 11 GP, 3G-8A-11 Pts., 12 PIM +15
                  -Matt Climie-HKM Zvolen (Slovakia) 11 GP, 90.9 Save %, 2.59 GAA, 0 PIM, 0 SO
                  *********HC Bolzano (EBEL) 1 GP, 93.3 Save %, 2.00 GAA
                  -Dan Bakala-Dusseldorfer EG (Germany) 31 GP, 13W-17L, 91.45 Save %, 2.50 GAA, 2 SO
                  -Jamie MacQueen-Eisbaren Berlin (Germany) 52 GP, 22G-13A-35 Pts., 24 PIM
                  *********Playoffs 1 GP, 1G-0A-1 Pts., 0 PIM
                  -Jordan George-Fischtown Penguins (Germany) 38 GP, 2G-5A-7 Pts., 14 PIM
                  *********Playoffs 3 GP, 0G-1A-1 Pts., 4 PIM
                  -Aaron McLeod-Herner EV 2007 (Germany3) 44 GP, 49G-53-102 Pts., 16 PIM
                  -Graeme McCormack- Gap Rapaces (France) 44 GP, 9G-20A-29 Pts., 8 PIM
                  *********Champions HL 6 GP, 0G-2A-2 Pts., 0 PIM
                  -Matt Dalton-Anyang Halla (Asia League) 20 GP, 94.2 Save %, 1.78 GAA, 0 SO, 0 PIM
                  *********South Korea (Olympics) 4 GP, 0W-4L-0 OTL, 90.1 Save %, 4.05 GAA, 0 SO
                  -Brance Orban- MAC Budapest (Erste Liga) 48 GP, 22G-17A-39 Pts., - PIM
                  *********Hungary (International) 3 GP, 2G-1A-3 Pts., 0 PIM
                  -Niko Suoraniemi-KMH Budapest (Slovakia 3) 10 GP, 0G-7A-7 Pts., 0 PIM
                  *********Brest (France) 8 GP, 0G-3A-3 Pts., 2 PIM
                  -Mikka Lindholm-KJT Miehet (Finland II) 23 GP, 16G-17A-33 Pts., 14 PIM
                  *********Suomen Cup 3 GP, 2G-3A-5 Pts., 0 PIM

                  -Stephanie Anderson-Kunlun Red Stars (CWHL) 28 GP, 8G-9A-17Pts., 48PIM, +10
                  -Kaitlyn Tougas-MODO (Sweden) ?? GP, 7G-16A-23 Pts., 0 PIM, +0
                  -Ivana Bilic-MODO (Sweden) ? GP, 0G-1A-1 Pts, 0 PIM, +0
                  -Sadie Lundquist-Minnesota Whitecaps 0 GP, 0G-0A-0 Pts, 0 PIM, +0

                  BEAVER RECRUITS

                  -Bradley Belise (2018), F-Nanaimo Clippers (BCHL) 55 GP, 8G-16A-24 Pts., 28 PIM
                  *********BCHL Playoffs 6 GP, 0G-0A-0 Pts., 0 PIM (Complete)
                  -Ross Armour, (2018) F-Trail Smoke Eaters (BCHL) 51 GP, 21G-41A-62 Pts., 58 PIM
                  *********World Junior A Challenge 5 GP, 4G-2A-6 Pts., 2 PIM (Champions)
                  *********BCHL Playoffs 4 GP, 0G-7A-7 Pts., 2 PIM
                  -Owen Sillinger, (2018) F-Penticton Vees (BCHL) 56 GP, 33G-34A-67 Pts., 36 PIM
                  *********BCHL Playoffs 4 GP, 1G-1A-2 Pts., 0 PIM
                  -Tyler Jubenvill (2018), D-Ceder Rapids Roughriders (USHL) 47 GP, 4G-13A-17 Pts., 30 PIM, -3
                  -Will Zmolek, (2019) D-Cedar Rapids Roughriders (USHL) 48 GP, 0G-6A-6 Pts., 60 PIM, -1
                  -Nicholas Cardelli, (Signed) F-Fargo Force (USHL) 16 GP, 2G-6A-8 Pts., 14 PIM, +7 (traded to Ceder Rapids)
                  *********Ceder Rapids RoughRiders (USHL) 7 GP, 2G-1A-3 Pts., 0 PIM, -3
                  -Kyle Looft, (2019) D-Ceder Rapids Roughriders (USHL) 47 GP, 0G-8A-8 Pts., 45 PIM, -12
                  -Zach Driscoll, (2018) G-Omaha Lancers (USHL) 30 GP, 18W-8L-1OTL, 1.93 GAA, 93.2 Save%, 6 Shutouts
                  -Darby Gula, (Signed) D-Steinbach Pistons (MJHL) 56 GP, 14G-47A-61 Pts., 30 PIM
                  *********MJHL Playoffs 4 GP, 0G-2A-2 Pts., 0 PIM
                  -Tyrone Bronte, (2019) F-Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights (NAHL) 46 GP, 10G-14A-24 Pts., 18 PIM, +0
                  *********Omaha Lancers (USHL) 3 GP, 0G-0A-0 Pts., 2 PIM (Released)
                  -Alex Adams, (2018) F-Minot Minotauros (NAHL) 46 GP, 13G-20A-33 Pts., 28 PIM, +2
                  -Kyle Bettens, (2020) F-Winnipeg Wild (Manitoba AAA) 48 GP, 40G-55A-95 Pts., 28 PIM
                  *********Manitoba AAA Playoffs 6 GP, 4G-7A-11 Pts., 12 PIM
                  *********Steinbach Pistons (MJHL) 1 GP, 0G-3A-3 Pts., 0 PIM (sent back to Winnipeg)
                  -Tyler Kirkup, F-Virden Oil Capitals (MJHL) 60 GP, 40G-35A-75 Pts., 105 PIM
                  *********MJHL Playoffs 3 GP, 1G-3A-4 Pts., 4 PIM
                  Millsy

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                  BEMIDJI STATE BEAVERS!
                  NAIA National Champs: 1968, '69, '70, '71, '73, '79, '80
                  NCAA D-III National Champs: 1986
                  NCAA D-II National Champs: 1984, '93, '94, '95, '97
                  NCAA D-I National Champs: 20??
                  Perfect 31-0 in 1983-84
                  Holders of an NCAA Mens Record 43 straight wins (Nov. 8, 1983-Jan. 1, 1985)

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                  • Re: Bemidji State Beavers: Defending the MacNaughton 2017-18

                    Originally posted by BSUBeavs View Post
                    How do we take the next step as a program? We obviously went through a bad period in the early 2010's and have done a very good job bouncing back from that and building back into a solid program. We have now made the playoffs 4 straight years and hosted three of the last 4 including winning the Macnaughton. The next step to me is to become a consistent NCAA tournament team. We were there before in the late 00's where we made 4 of 6 years. How do we get back there again? Is it realistic to expect that from this program?
                    Yes, it is realistic.

                    I think the first step is to get to the WCHA Championship game. That has to happen before talk about being a consistent NCAA team comes up.

                    The WCHA is a different beast the the old CHA was, so I don't think you can compare the run the Beavers had in that league of six, five or four teams, versus the current WCHA of 10 teams. The odds of making it were just better in the WCHA. Yes, they did make the NCAA that last year in the CHA as an at large bid, but all the others were as tournament champion of the CHA. So that leads me to believe that the Beavers need to become a consistent WCHA Tournament threat first.

                    The WCHA as a whole has to do a better job out of conference. This year the Beavers and the Mavericks were the only ones with winning records out of league. If the WCHA and the teams want to be taken seriously on the NCAA stage, that is a must to where there is consistent talk of the WCHA having two or more teams in the tournament.
                    Millsy

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                    BEMIDJI STATE BEAVERS!
                    NAIA National Champs: 1968, '69, '70, '71, '73, '79, '80
                    NCAA D-III National Champs: 1986
                    NCAA D-II National Champs: 1984, '93, '94, '95, '97
                    NCAA D-I National Champs: 20??
                    Perfect 31-0 in 1983-84
                    Holders of an NCAA Mens Record 43 straight wins (Nov. 8, 1983-Jan. 1, 1985)

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                    • Re: Bemidji State Beavers: Defending the MacNaughton 2017-18

                      Tech was 5-3 ooc.. or 5-4 with ooc loss to bgsu.

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                      • Re: Bemidji State Beavers: Defending the MacNaughton 2017-18

                        Originally posted by Hatch_man View Post
                        Tech was 5-3 ooc.. or 5-4 with ooc loss to bgsu.
                        Thanks Hatch_man. After I typed it, I thought about Tech and that I should go double check that. But, it got away from me since I was at work.
                        Millsy

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                        BEMIDJI STATE BEAVERS!
                        NAIA National Champs: 1968, '69, '70, '71, '73, '79, '80
                        NCAA D-III National Champs: 1986
                        NCAA D-II National Champs: 1984, '93, '94, '95, '97
                        NCAA D-I National Champs: 20??
                        Perfect 31-0 in 1983-84
                        Holders of an NCAA Mens Record 43 straight wins (Nov. 8, 1983-Jan. 1, 1985)

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                        • Re: Bemidji State Beavers: Defending the MacNaughton 2017-18

                          No problem... Now we just Ned the rest of the conference to get to.500 or better ooc!!!

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                          • Re: Bemidji State Beavers: Defending the MacNaughton 2017-18

                            The Beaver Men have picked up two more verbals from recruits here recently.

                            Tyler Kirkip, F, Virden Oil Capitals out of the Manitoba Junior League. 6'1", 203 pounds from Virden, MB. This past season, he had a line of 60 GP, 40G-35A-75 Pts and 105 minutes in penalties. In the playoffs, he has played 3 games with 1G-3A-4 Pts and 4 penalty minutes.

                            Carter Jones, F, Trail Smoke Eaters out of the British Columbia League. 5'9", 165 pounds from Spokane, WA. Looks like he is slated to come to BSU in 2019. This past season, he had a line of 55 GP, 15G-30A-45 Pts and 24 PIM. So far during the playoffs, he has played 2 games with 0G-2A-2 Pts and 5 minutes in penalties.
                            Millsy

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                            BEMIDJI STATE BEAVERS!
                            NAIA National Champs: 1968, '69, '70, '71, '73, '79, '80
                            NCAA D-III National Champs: 1986
                            NCAA D-II National Champs: 1984, '93, '94, '95, '97
                            NCAA D-I National Champs: 20??
                            Perfect 31-0 in 1983-84
                            Holders of an NCAA Mens Record 43 straight wins (Nov. 8, 1983-Jan. 1, 1985)

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                            • Re: Bemidji State Beavers: Defending the MacNaughton 2017-18

                              Originally posted by beaverhockeyfan View Post
                              Yes, it is realistic.

                              I think the first step is to get to the WCHA Championship game. That has to happen before talk about being a consistent NCAA team comes up.

                              The WCHA is a different beast the the old CHA was, so I don't think you can compare the run the Beavers had in that league of six, five or four teams, versus the current WCHA of 10 teams. The odds of making it were just better in the WCHA. Yes, they did make the NCAA that last year in the CHA as an at large bid, but all the others were as tournament champion of the CHA. So that leads me to believe that the Beavers need to become a consistent WCHA Tournament threat first.

                              The WCHA as a whole has to do a better job out of conference. This year the Beavers and the Mavericks were the only ones with winning records out of league. If the WCHA and the teams want to be taken seriously on the NCAA stage, that is a must to where there is consistent talk of the WCHA having two or more teams in the tournament.
                              Thanks for the good response. I agree and have just found myself very frustrated with the teams early exits in the playoffs the last few years.

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                              • Re: Bemidji State Beavers: Defending the MacNaughton 2017-18

                                Former Beaver Zach Whitecloud will make his NHL debut Thursday night for Vegas when they play in Edmonton. Good Luck Zack!
                                Millsy

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                                BEMIDJI STATE BEAVERS!
                                NAIA National Champs: 1968, '69, '70, '71, '73, '79, '80
                                NCAA D-III National Champs: 1986
                                NCAA D-II National Champs: 1984, '93, '94, '95, '97
                                NCAA D-I National Champs: 20??
                                Perfect 31-0 in 1983-84
                                Holders of an NCAA Mens Record 43 straight wins (Nov. 8, 1983-Jan. 1, 1985)

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