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  • goldy_331
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    Re: By the Numbers: Your All-Time Roster

    Originally posted by pgrass01 View Post
    Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs

    4. Curt Giles
    My kid had clinics by Curt lat night and this morning. Really nice guy and good with the kids. Ran a great clinic with 30 squirts and peewees and no behavior issues at all (not easy to do).

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  • Hammer
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    That's all I've probably going to get. I've got no one for 13, 26, 29, 32 & 33. I've got nowhere else to turn for goaltending numbers for Swierpel and Hughston, the two I was looking for, or the other guys I listed. I've seen everyone from 1990 on, so I've got at least a little basis in making those picks.

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  • ferrisfan1
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    Thanks Hammer. Keep it up.

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  • pgrass01
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    Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs

    0. Ron Beck (by default, only person to wear 0, Goalie in 60's)
    1. Rick Kosti (goalie for UMD in glory years, 83-85)
    2. Gord McDonald (not much to choose from with this number)
    3. Dave Langevin (9 year NHL career)
    4. Curt Giles
    5. Norm MacIver
    6. Jim Johnson (Defensemen in mid 80's)
    7. Matt Christensen (Senior year tragically cut short, stroke in 1986?)
    8. Mike Peluso (solid contributor in mid 90's)
    9. Keith Christensen (number retired)
    10. Dan Lempe (All time points getter, played in late 70's)
    11. Mason Raymond
    12. Murray Keogan (late 60's star)
    13. Jon Francisco
    14. Bill Watson
    15. Evan Schwabe (over Niskanen)
    16. Mark Pavelich
    17. Josh Meyers
    18. MacGregor Sharp (over Walt Ledingham)
    19. Chris Marinucci
    20. Skeeter Moore (mid 80's point contributor)
    21. Luke Stauffacher (over Gary DeGrio)
    22. Tom Kurvers (over Junior Lessard)
    23. Tim Stapleton (over Jeff Scissons)
    24. Greg Andrusak (not much here, 1st team all WCHA in 1992)
    25. Bill Oleksuk (over Shjon Podein, who had a solid NHL career)
    26. Derek Plante (over Geisler)
    27. Mark Odnokon (over Marco Peluso, played in mid 80's)
    28. John Harrington
    29. Brett Hull (retired number)
    30. Jon Downing (must be reserved for 3rd string goalies, went 13-9.
    31. John Hyduke
    32. Alex Stalock
    33. Chad Erickson
    34. Nate Ziegelmann (over Josh Arnold, only 2 to wear number)
    35. Taras Lendzyk (over Brant Nicklin)
    36. Jason Watt (1 pt in his career, only choice)
    37. Chris Sittlow (sat in penalty box a lot in early 90's)
    39. Isaac Reichmuth
    42. Bryan McGregor (only choice)
    44. Jay Rosehill
    47. Rob Anderson

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  • Hammer
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    Re: By the Numbers: Your All-Time Roster

    Okay, I'm back. I needed help with numbers as well, and still do, as one of my media guides is MIA. This will probably be edited a few times.

    Ferris State:

    1: Craig Lisko
    2: Andy Roach
    3: Colin Dodunski (an admitted reach here)
    4: John Gruden
    5: Jason Blake
    6: Troy Milam - captain of FSU's only CCHA title team
    7: Randy Merrifield - 73 points in '83-84 are #2 in FSU history
    8: Cody Chupp
    9: John DePourcq - #3 all time leading scorer
    10: Paul Lowden - all time leading scorer
    11: Peter Lowden - #4 all time leading scorer
    12: Paul Cook
    13:
    14: Chris Kunitz
    15: Scot Bell (another icky face here)
    16: Jim Baker - #2 all time in points
    17: Dave Karpa - I'm going with the NHL vet over Nesbitt, PIM and all
    18: Mark Bomersback
    19: Rod Schluter - #5 scorer all time at FSU
    20: Doug Smith
    21: Tim Christian
    22: Justin Lafayette
    23: Rob Collins
    24: Tim Corkery - gotta go with the guy #2 in PIM
    25: Jeff Jestadt
    26:
    27: Greg Rallo
    28: Aaron Asp
    29:
    30: Mike Brown
    31: Rich Nagy (everyone turn and puke now)
    32:
    33:
    34: Vince Owen. According to hockeydb, he wore #34 as a freshman. I'm cheating.
    35: Pat Mazzoli

    Rod Taylor and his school record 41 goals in '90-91 also wore #16, and I gave the nod to Baker
    Steve Banonis, Perry Zoldak - No number available, not even from hockeydb.com
    Jim File wore #2. I'm taking Roach over File. Either Roach or Gruden is the best defenseman ever to play at Ferris. I'll happily take whichever one you don't.

    There isn't much goaltender depth at all, and I can't find numbers for some of the goaltending we have had, mainly from the '80's. I chose Pat Mazzoli over Jeff Blashill because Mazzoli and Lisko took this team to the Joe while Blashill spent much of '94-98 getting sunburn from the red light behind him. Osaer wore #39.
    Last edited by Hammer; 09-11-2009, 11:20 PM.

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  • ferrisfan1
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    Originally posted by Alton View Post
    For Michigan.

    I'm not going to pretend that I know whether Red Berenson or Brendan Morrison was a better college hockey player, so I will stick to players I actually saw play college hockey. Obviously Willard Ikola was a better #1 than Mark Chiamp, but I don't want to start guessing how good all of Michigan's dominating '50s players actually were. So...from 1975 to 2009:

    1 Mark Chiamp (1981-85)
    2 Dave Shand (1974-76)
    3 Bubba Berenzweig (1995-99)
    4 Tim Manning (1977-81)
    5 Aaron Ward (1990-93)
    6 Chris Tamer (1989-93)
    7 T.J. Hensick (2003-07)
    8 Mike Komisarek (2000-02)
    9 Brendan Morrison (1993-97)
    10 Denny Felsner (1988-92)
    11 Kevin Porter (2004-08)
    12 Dave Debol (1975-78)
    13 Mike Cammalleri (1999-2002)
    14 Brad Tippett (1979-83)
    15 Jeff Tambellini (2002-05)
    16 Bill Muckalt (1994-98)
    17 Mark Mitera (2005-09)
    18 John Madden (1993-97)
    19 Jason Botterill (1993-97)
    20 Chris Seychel (1982-86)
    21 Steve Richmond (1978-82)
    22 Mike Knuble (1991-95)
    23 Dale Rominski (1995-99)
    24 Chad Kolarik (2004-08)
    25 Bobby Hayes (1995-99)
    26 Jed Ortmeyer (1999-2003)
    27 Blake Sloan (1993-97)
    28 John Shouneyia (1999-2003)
    29 Robbie Moore (1972-76)
    30 Al Loges (1992-95)
    31 Steve Shields (1990-94)
    32 Krikor Arman (1997-2000)
    33 David Harlock (1989-93)
    34 Noah Ruden (2002-06)
    35 Marty Turco (1994-98)
    36 Billy Sauer (2005-09)
    37 never used
    38 never used
    39 Mike Comrie (1998-2000)

    Maybe my CCHA bias but that is BY FAR the most impressive/deepest list I have seen...and that's not even the half of it.

    OK back to hating Michigan.

    EDIT: I just rechecked Minnesota's list...take away the "BY FAR"
    Last edited by ferrisfan1; 09-11-2009, 05:58 PM.

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  • potternmu
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    My take on NMU - All of the players have graduated/not current players. Some done form memory, some from stats on-hand, and yes, a couple of these are really a stretch. It's amazing how in 33 years of hockey, a number may only be worn once or twice.

    1:Bill Pye
    2:Tom Laidlaw
    3:Steve Fisher
    4: Don Waddell
    5: Brad Werenka
    6: Darcy Dallas
    7: Nathan Oystrick
    8: Darrin Olver
    9: Dennis Flanagan
    10: Dallas Drake
    11:Greg Hadden
    12:Mike Mielke
    13:Justin Kinnunen
    14: Dean ANtos
    15:Garry Emmons
    16:Chad Theuer
    17: Scott Beattie
    18: Jimmy Jackson
    19:Steve Bozek
    20:Bill Joyce
    21:JP Vigier
    22:Ed Ward
    23: Phil Berger
    24:Mike Harding
    25:Bryan Phillips
    26:Chris Gobert
    27: Andy Contois
    28:John Bossio
    29:Willie Mitchell
    30: Bill Zaniboni
    31:John Corrigan
    32:
    33:K-Wall
    34:Kevin Hulsey
    35: Dan Ragusett
    36-99: Darrell Olson #66

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  • badgerhawk
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    Re: By the Numbers: Your All-Time Roster

    Originally posted by ExileOnDaytonStreet View Post
    Wisconsin:

    1: Brian Elliott (G)
    2: Bob Suter (D)
    3: Brian Rafalski (D)
    4: Gary Suter (D)
    5: Craig Norwich (D)
    6: Jeff Andriga (D)
    7: John Taft (D)
    8: Joe Pavelski (F)
    9:
    10: Mark Johnson (F)
    11: Jim Johannson (F)
    12: John Johannson (F)
    13:
    14: Tom Gilbert (D)
    15: Dany Heatley (F)
    16: Adam Burish (F)
    17: Mike Eaves (F)
    18:
    19: Tom Sagissor (F)
    20:
    21: Chris Chelios (D) Tony Granato (F) uh... Tonris Granatelios?
    22: Chris Tancill (F)
    23: Steve Tuttle (F)
    24:
    25:
    26: Barry Richter (D)
    27: Steve Reinprecht (F)
    28: Paul Houston (F)
    29: Duane Derksen (G)
    30:
    31: Marc Behrend (G) (sorry Licari)
    32: Bernd Bruckler (G)
    33:
    34:
    35:
    Originally posted by TJbadgerfan View Post
    5: Theran Welsh (the closest call of any number)
    6: Brian Engblom
    9: Bert DeHate
    11: Steve Alley
    12: Doug McDonald
    16: Scott Lecy (Burish would have a hard time making top 5, with Paul Houck, Gary Shuchuk, Bob Poffenroth)
    19: Scott Mellanby (Brian Mullen)
    24: Mark Oseicki
    25: Bruce Driver
    26: Pat Flatley
    4: Ron Griffin
    13: Dan Gorowsky
    18: Steve Rohlick
    19: Ted Pearson
    20: Ron Vincent
    30: Wayne Thomas
    32: Mike Dibble
    35: Mike Valley

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  • Alton
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    Re: By the Numbers: Your All-Time Roster

    For Michigan.

    I'm not going to pretend that I know whether Red Berenson or Brendan Morrison was a better college hockey player, so I will stick to players I actually saw play college hockey. Obviously Willard Ikola was a better #1 than Mark Chiamp, but I don't want to start guessing how good all of Michigan's dominating '50s players actually were. So...from 1975 to 2009:

    1 Mark Chiamp (1981-85)
    2 Dave Shand (1974-76)
    3 Bubba Berenzweig (1995-99)
    4 Tim Manning (1977-81)
    5 Aaron Ward (1990-93)
    6 Chris Tamer (1989-93)
    7 T.J. Hensick (2003-07)
    8 Mike Komisarek (2000-02)
    9 Brendan Morrison (1993-97)
    10 Denny Felsner (1988-92)
    11 Kevin Porter (2004-08)
    12 Dave Debol (1975-78)
    13 Mike Cammalleri (1999-2002)
    14 Brad Tippett (1979-83)
    15 Jeff Tambellini (2002-05)
    16 Bill Muckalt (1994-98)
    17 Mark Mitera (2005-09)
    18 John Madden (1993-97)
    19 Jason Botterill (1993-97)
    20 Chris Seychel (1982-86)
    21 Steve Richmond (1978-82)
    22 Mike Knuble (1991-95)
    23 Dale Rominski (1995-99)
    24 Chad Kolarik (2004-08)
    25 Bobby Hayes (1995-99)
    26 Jed Ortmeyer (1999-2003)
    27 Blake Sloan (1993-97)
    28 John Shouneyia (1999-2003)
    29 Robbie Moore (1972-76)
    30 Al Loges (1992-95)
    31 Steve Shields (1990-94)
    32 Krikor Arman (1997-2000)
    33 David Harlock (1989-93)
    34 Noah Ruden (2002-06)
    35 Marty Turco (1994-98)
    36 Billy Sauer (2005-09)
    37 never used
    38 never used
    39 Mike Comrie (1998-2000)

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  • buoldtimer
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    Re: By the Numbers: Your All-Time Roster

    Originally posted by mookie1995 View Post
    ...for your defending Triple Crown Champion Terriers of Boston University!!!


    1: Jack Ferreira
    2: Bob Brown (close 2nd Peter Brown)
    3: Tony Amonte (c2 Chris O'Sullivan)
    4: Phil Von Stefenelli
    5: Tom Poti
    6: Dick Kelley
    7: David Van der Gulik
    8: Terry Meagher
    9: Ed Lowney (c2 Steve Stirling)
    10: Vic Stanfield
    11: Scott Lachance
    12: Mike Grier (c2 John Danby)
    13: Ed Ronan
    14: Joe Sacco (c2 Larry Davenport)
    15: Rick Meagher (c2 Shawn McEachern)
    16: David Sacco (c2 Peter MacArthur)
    17: Jack Garrity (Tc2 OC, Jay Pandolfo, Dick Rodenheiser, Bob Marquis)
    18: Chris Drury (c2 Herb Wakabayashi)
    19: John Cullen
    20: Craig Sanders
    21: Mike Eruzione
    22:
    23: Dick Lamby
    24: Mike Sullivan
    25: Scott Young
    26: Jon Coleman
    27: Bryan Miller
    28: Fabulous Freddy Meyer
    29: Rick DiPietro
    30: Jim Craig
    31: Sean Fields
    33: Colin Wilson
    35: Cleon Daskalakis
    36: John Curry
    97: Matt Gilroy
    #4 - Von Stef is a good choice, but was he better than Chris Kelleher?

    #9 - Nothing against Ed Lowney, but it's Steve Stirling in that slot.

    #13 - Stating the obvious here, but Nicky B owns that digit.

    and don't forget...

    #83 - The Tapper

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  • Hammer
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    Re: By the Numbers: Your All-Time Roster

    Yes, you definitely need help here...

    Originally posted by ferrisfan1 View Post
    Ferris State:
    I need help with some of these numbers.

    1: Craig Lisko
    2: Andy Roach
    3:
    4: John Gruden
    5: Brett Smith Jason Blake
    6:
    7: Brian McCullough
    8: Cody Chupp
    9: Derrick McIver John DePourcq/Paul Lowden
    10: Peter Lowden
    11: Jeff Legue
    12: Kevin Swider
    13:
    14: Chris Kunitz
    15:
    16: Rod Taylor
    17: Derek Nesbitt
    18: Mark Bomersback
    19:
    20:
    21:
    22:
    23: Rob Collins
    24:
    25:
    26:
    27: Greg Rallo
    28:
    29:
    30: Mike Brown
    31:
    32:
    33:
    34:
    35: Pat Mazzoli

    Paul Lowden, Jim Baker, John DePourcq, Rod Schluter, Paul Cook, Perry Zoldak, Andy Roach, Phil Osaer, Jim File, John Gruden, Craig Lisko...help me out if you can.
    Jason Blake played one year at Ferris before jumping ship to North Dakota. I'd take his freshman year over Smith. I saw them both.

    I'll have to look, but Troy Milam probably belongs here too.

    I may have the Lowden brothers flip-flopped. But one of them is going to get left out. One wore 9, one wore 10, and DePourcq wore 9 as well. They're the top 3 scorers all time at Ferris, so one of them gets the shaft.

    I'm at work, so I'll have more later.
    Last edited by Hammer; 09-10-2009, 10:47 AM.

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  • ferrisfan1
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    Ferris State:
    I need help with some of these numbers.

    1:
    2:
    3:
    4:
    5: Brett Smith
    6:
    7: Brian McCullough
    8: Cody Chupp
    9: Derrick McIver
    10:
    11: Jeff Legue
    12: Kevin Swider
    13:
    14: Chris Kunitz
    15:
    16:
    17: Derek Nesbitt
    18: Mark Bomersback
    19:
    20:
    21:
    22:
    23: Rob Collins
    24:
    25:
    26:
    27: Greg Rallo
    28:
    29:
    30: Mike Brown
    31:
    32:
    33:
    34:
    35:

    Paul Lowden, Jim Baker, John DePourcq, Rod Schluter, Paul Cook, Perry Zoldak, Andy Roach, Phil Osaer, Jim File, John Gruden, Craig Lisko...help me out if you can.

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  • 4four4
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    Re: By the Numbers: Your All-Time Roster

    Originally posted by goldy_331 View Post
    RE, what can you tell me about Mr. Dornbach? He's from my town and quite the youth coach right now (will coach our Bantam A's this year, along with a former NHLer). And his kid is one of the top in his age group.

    Thanks!
    He grew up down the block from me and he even gave me a signed hockey stick.

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  • Bill
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    This is a tough call in many cases, but here’s my shot for Lake Superior State. I’ve excluded current players, who haven’t finished their Laker careers yet:

    1. Jeff Jakaitis
    2. Mark Vichorek
    3. Kord Cernich (alt Steve Barnes)
    4. Tom Davies (alt Keith Aldridge)
    5. Michael Smith (alt Rene Chapdelaine or Bill Slewidge)
    6. Rick Comley (alt Chris Dahlquist)
    7. Mark Astley
    8. Mike Morin (alt Tim Harris)
    9. Jim Dowd (alt Jamie McDonald or Wayne Strachan)
    10. Gerald Tallaire (alt Claude Boileau)
    11. Doug Weight/Brian Rolston, tie (alt Jim Wiley or Bates Battaglia)
    12. Sean Tallaire (alt Julio Francella or Steve Mulholland)
    13. Brad Willner
    14. Clayton Beddoes (alt Mike DeCarle or Randy McArthur)
    15. Jeff Jablonski (alt Terry Marchant)
    16. Tim Breslin (alt Rob Valicevic)
    17. Jeff Napierala
    18. Steve Sherman
    19. Kim Gellert (alt John Hendry)
    20. Bob Ciotti (alt Paul Jerrard)
    21. Pete Stauber (alt Kurt Miller)
    22. Mike Matteucci (alt Dan Keczmer)
    23. Sandy Moger (alt Mark Vermette)
    24. Anthony Palumbo
    25. Nick Palumbo
    26. Derek R Smith
    27. Dean Dyer
    28. Josh Sim
    29.
    30. Bruce Hoffort (alt Darrin Madeley)
    31. Blaine Lacher
    32.
    33.
    34.
    35. Pat Timms

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  • 23Fan
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    Re: By the Numbers: Your All-Time Roster

    Originally posted by Ralph Baer View Post
    I remember quite vividly listening to that game on WRPI. It was RPI's last victory while I was a grad student as they didn't fair well at the Gahden the following week.
    WRPI produced some famous members of the media, Lew Strauss with ABC, Kevin Hamburger still in Hollywood, then add Allen Able and Mike Pericone and print media was well covered.

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