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  • ExileOnDaytonStreet
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    Re: Brothers on NCAA D1 teams

    Courtesy of UWBadgers.com:

    http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/...ckFactBook.pdf

    Robert Lundeen (71-75)
    Dave Lundeen (73-77)
    Tom Lundeen (75-77)
    Paul Lundeen (77-78)

    Tony Granato (83-87)
    Don Granato (87-91)
    Rob Granato (92-94)

    Mark Strobel (91-95) (twins)
    Mike Strobel (91-96) (twins)

    Mark Johnson (76-79)
    Peter Johnson (78-82)

    John Suter (73-78)
    Bob Suter (75-79)
    Gary Suter (83-85)

    Jeff Andringa (79-83)
    Rob Andringa (87-91)

    Mark Heatley (03-05)
    Dany Heatley (99-01)

    Jim Jefferies (73-75)
    Mark Jefferies (74-76)

    Jim Johannson (82-86)
    John Johannson (80-84)

    Gary Kuklinski (69-72)
    Tom Kuklinski (72-73)

    Scott Lecy (77-81)
    Todd Lecy (79-83)

    Scott Sabo (80-84)
    Steve Sabo (94-98)

    Jeff Sanderson (89-94)
    Scott Sanderson (92-96)

    Fathers and Sons:

    Murray Heatley (68-71)
    Dany
    Mark

    Gary Winchester (70-74)
    Brad Winchester (99-03)

    Dean Talafous (71-74)
    Pete Talafous (02-05)

    Bob Suter
    Ryan Suter (75-79)

    Lee Skille (75-76)
    Jack Skille (05-07)

    Mark Johnson
    Patrick Johnson (07-11)

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  • gfmorris
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    Originally posted by MikeAnderson View Post
    Bryce Geoffrion has committed to Alabama-Huntsville for next season. Given his hometown of Brentwood, Tenn., it is safe to assume he is the brother of current Charger Sebastian Geoffrion.
    1. It's Brice.

    2. Yes, they're Blake's brothers.

    3. I have loved watching Seabass this year and can't wait for Brice to join him.

    GFM

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  • FRICKER
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    Brothers on NCAA D1 teams

    Weren't there three Ferguson brothers on the Cornell squad when Ken Dryden
    was there in the60's? yeah, know I'm dating myself, and no, I didn't play wearing a leather helmet.

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  • solovsfett
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    Originally posted by Fighting Sioux 23 View Post
    For North Dakota...at least recently that I can think of:
    Panzer
    Genoway
    Toews
    Parise
    Zajac
    Jones
    Hale
    Lundbohm
    Lamoureux

    I'm sure there have been many, many more.

    It seems like every year about 1/3 of our team has had a relative that played at UND.
    there were like 3 full lines of hoogsteens and panzers IIRC around 96-97 through 99

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  • Tango
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    Providence was going to have the O’Connor Brothers until younger brother Brice(EJHL’s defensemen of the year) de-committed and committed to Maine a few weeks ago.

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  • dggoddard
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    Re: Brothers on NCAA D1 teams

    *****http://4.bp.blogspot.com/__Rt973W_blQ/Sm6inqkZjRI/AAAAAAAAHmQ/kp9-lyJj_Ao/s400/20090706__20090707_C01_SP07HKOSHORE%7Ep1.JPG******
    The Shore Brothers - 2nd oldest brother Nick (left) goes for the Gold Medal today against Sweden.
    Their parents first date was a DU hockey game.


    DU blew the opportunity to have the Testwuide brothers. J.P. was at DU but they didn't offer a full scholie to brother Mike, who ended up being a PioKiller at Colorado College.

    Gwoz must have learned his lesson, because its been all brothers all the time since then.

    As previously mentioned, DU has the Ostrow brothers and Carles, but the sibling pipeline is really heating up.

    Nick Shore will join brother Drew at DU next season. DU also has a full scholie offered to younger brother Quentin who will play on the USNDP Under-17s next season. Supposedly the youngest Shore brother Baker (14), has the best slap shot in the family.

    Next season Jarrod Mermis will join DU, while younger brother Dakota has committed to DU in 2012. Jarrod is on an academic scholarship, while Dakota is mentioned as a sure-fire first round NHL draft choice in 2012.

    Finally, youngest Carle brother Alex was just named as a first team All-Alaska high school defenseman as a Sophomore.

    Interesting Fun Fact: The Shore parents met while attending DU Law School. Their first date was a DU hockey game. 2011 recruit Scott Mayfield's parents also met at DU's Law School. Both Nick Shore and Scott Mayfield are expected to be first round draft choices in 2011.
    Last edited by dggoddard; 04-23-2010, 10:28 AM.

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  • BUT09
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    Originally posted by WarriorDJ View Post
    How about Merrimack College's F Elliott Sheen and Holy Cross' F Everett Sheen, who both wear number 11 I believe....
    They aren't on the same team...

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  • WarriorDJ
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    How about Merrimack College's F Elliott Sheen and Holy Cross' F Everett Sheen, who both wear number 11 I believe....

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  • BadgerAlum@WMU
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    Has anyone mentioned Jim and John Johannson, who played for Wisconsin back in the '80s?

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  • thunder97
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    Army has starting Goalie Jay Clark, a Junior, and Defenseman John Clark, a Freshman who played on the 1st Defensive pairing.

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  • FlagDUDE08
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    Originally posted by jcarter7669 View Post
    2010-2011 season will have two sets of brothers dressed at UVM.

    Alex and John Vazzano ( both goalies )

    and

    Lance and Brooks Herrington
    Are Alex and John twins? If they are, it'd sure have a chance of giving new meaning to "which goalie will show up tonight".

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  • jcarter7669
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    2010-2011 season will have two sets of brothers dressed at UVM.

    Alex and John Vazzano ( both goalies )

    and

    Lance and Brooks Herrington

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  • hockeyguy
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    Originally posted by yankeefn01 View Post
    it was my understanding that BU recruited older brother Victor Saponari ('11) to attract younger brother Vinny Saponari ('12) to the terriers
    The jones brother from Vernon Vipers are going to Quinnipiac . They should be fun to watch

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  • yankeefn01
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    Originally posted by BC/HE View Post
    It is my understanding that there are 11 sets of brothers on NCAA Division 1 Hockey teams. For the most part one of the two is a force on a team. Is it likely that the older one was recruited with the younger one in mind as well? How often is the older one the dominant brother? At BC we have seen recently the Greene brothers with Matt playing an important role on a championship team while older brother Justin played sparingly. Yet now BC has the Whitney brothers both have been high on assists, Joe an accomplished Junior star with 18 points and Steven a talented freshman who shows plenty of potential with 10 points. Another pair of brothers doing very well are the Zanettes of Niagara University. With 14 and 12 points Paul the junior and Marc the freshman are scoring and assisting rather evenly. Are these two pairs the exceptions or are they more the rule for brothers on a team?
    it was my understanding that BU recruited older brother Victor Saponari ('11) to attract younger brother Vinny Saponari ('12) to the terriers

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  • 21st Century Schizoid Man
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    RMU Had the Cowans (Rob and Dave), and next year will have the Souths (Furman and Colin).

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