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    Re: By the Numbers: Your All-Time Roster

    Quote Originally Posted by wasmania View Post
    I dont remember his number but I would think Pat Micheletti would at least be one of the guys getting overed. And Corey Millen?
    Loved both those guys and they crossed my mind (as well as others I missed like Mariucci, Mayasich, Ramsey, Harrer...) during the creation of the list, but in the end it was hard to remember if everyone was included given how many great players skated for the U.
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    Re: By the Numbers: Your All-Time Roster

    No Travis Roy as a second choice for #24?
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    Re: By the Numbers: Your All-Time Roster

    For Notre Dame:

    1. Jordan Pearce
    2. Bill Nyrop
    3. Jim Brown
    4. Jeff Brownschidle
    5. Mark Eaton
    6. Greg Meredith
    7. Jack Brownschidle
    8. Brian Walsh
    9. Bill Rothstein
    10A. Phil Wittliff
    10B. Kirt Bjork
    11A. Ian Williams
    11B. Erik Condra
    12. Kevin Nugent
    13. Brett Lebda
    14. Brock Sheahan
    15A. Eddie Bumbacco
    15B. Dave Poulin
    16. Brian Urick
    17. Ted Weltzin
    18. Rob Globke
    19. Jamie Ling
    20A. Alex Pirus
    20B. John Noble
    21. Clark Hamilton
    22. Mike McNeill
    23. John Schmidt
    24.
    25. Benoit Cotnoir
    26.
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    28.
    29. Morgan Cey
    30. David Brown
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    Denver:

    1: Ron Grahame over George Kirkwood (Both were AAs, but Ronny went on to greater fame)
    2: Keith Magnuson - Two time AA, two time NCAA Champ, Greatest Pioneer Ever
    3: George Konik -AA, good early 60s player
    4: Brett Skinner over Chris Butler and Craig Redmond (Skinner won two NCAA crowns and was an AA. Redmond was the best frosh I ever saw in a DU but only stayed a year, while Butler was an AA, but was not the leader Skinner was)
    5: Marty Howe - Two time AA in ealry 60s
    6: Grant Munro - AA in early 60s
    7: Glenn Anderson - Only stayed a year in 79. Future NHL hall of Famer.
    8: Cal Sandbeck - Steady 70s player
    9: Gabe Gauthier over Kevin Dineen, Dwight Mathiasen or Bill Masterton (Tough one - these guys were all great. Gauthier was an AA and scored the biggest goal in DU history in 04, , so he gets the nod over Dineen (hardest working DU player ever), Mathiasen (big stats and an AA in 1986 and Masterton (an easlry 60s AA who later became famous for being the only player to die in an NHL game in 1968
    10: Cliff Korroll - Key player on two NC teams in late 60s, went on to NHL career
    11: Jerry Walker -AA - Great scorer on DU's early 60s dynasty
    12: Dallas Gaume -Hobey Finalist, AA and All time scoring leader at DU in mid 80s
    13: Rich Preston - 70s player who later went on to the NHL
    14: Jim Wiste over Dave Shields (Wiste was a two-time AA, pro player and gets points for owning the Campus Lounge (a great hockey bar), Shields was a Hobey Finalist)
    15: Eddie Miller over John McMillan and Peter McNab (Miller was DU's first AA)
    16: George Morrison - Two time AA in late 60s NC teams
    17: Craig Patrick over Daryn McBride (Patrick was the more valuable captain on two NC teams, although McBride was an AA)
    18: Ed Cristofoli - DU Iron man in late 80s, later played for Montreal in NHL
    19: Connor James - Heart and Soul player on DU's 2004 title team
    20: Paul Comrie - AA - Big stats, big head
    21: Ryan Caldwell over Tyler Bozak. Caldwell was an AA.
    22: Ken Berry - Talented, went on to long pro career in 80s
    23: Marty Steinley - Above average player on high scoring, no defense DU teams in early 80s
    24: Adam Berkhoel - Won an NC in 2004
    25: Matt Carle - Hobey Baker Winner - only one in Denver history in 06
    26: Paul Stastny - Later wore 11. Was an AA in 06, and key player on 05 NC team.
    27: Matt Laatsch - Not so much for his talent, but for his heart and leadership as captain i 05
    28: Patrick Wiercioch - not much competition at this number, but a great player already
    29: Peter Mannino - Should have been an AA, but got an NC instead as a frosh in 05
    30: Chris Olson - Was an AA back in 1986
    31: Wade Dubielewicz - Probably the greatest DU goalie in terms of stats
    33: Sinue Wallinheimo - Gets in for his wild antics (mid 90s)
    34: Ben Henrich - Not much competition at this number
    39: Brock Trotter - not a traditional number but a deserving player (07)
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    My take on Notre Dame. A couple of #s have few players represented and my choices may have been for intangibles/leadership. My number choices are pretty similar to JJfPs, but I'll go with the numbers the player wore most frequently. For instance, I believe Brett Lebda was #10 as a frosh, but #13 his final 3 years at Notre Dame.

    1. Jordan Pearce
    2. Bill Nyrop
    3. Jim Brown
    4. Jeff Brownshidle
    5. Ian Williams
    6. Greg Meredith
    7. Jack Brownshidle
    8. Ben Simon
    9. Don Fairholm
    10. Kirt Bjork
    11. Erik Condra (A)
    12. Kevin Nugent
    13. Brett Lebda
    14. Tom Michalek
    15. Dave Poulin (A)
    16. Brian Walsh
    17. Tim Harberts
    18. Rob Globke
    19. Jamie Ling
    20. Alex Pirus
    21. Clark Hamilton
    22. Calle Ridderwall
    23. Mark Van Guilder
    24. Tom Galvin
    25. Benoit Cotnoir
    26. T.J. Jindra (C)
    27. Dan Sawyer (only player on list who played strictly in the club/D1 indy era)
    28. Ian Cole
    29. Morgan Cey
    30. David Brown

    *31 Forrest Karr
    *33 Garrett Regan

    *only 3 players wore either number

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Sicatoka View Post
    North Dakota (feel free to continue):

    1: Karl Goehring (Jordan Parise)
    2: Craig Ludgwig (Curtis Murphy, Matt Greene, Dave Hakstol)
    3: James Patrick (Murray Baron)
    4: Ian Kidd (Lee Goren, David Hale, Taylor Chorney)
    5: Jason Blake (Scott Sandelin, David Lundbohm, Chay Genoway)
    6: Andy Schneider
    7: TJ Oshie (Brad Bombardir, Bucks Bochenski, Travis Roche, Hrkac also wore)
    8: Mike Commodore (Dave Tippett, Kevin Hoogsteen)
    9: Jon Toews
    10: Bryan Lundbohm
    11: Zach Parise (Dixon Ward, Rastislov Spirko)
    12: Terry Casey (RIP, and the reason #12 won't be worn at UND again)
    13: Mitch Vig
    14: Ben Cherski (Brady Murray)
    15: Travis Zajac (James Archibald, Jesse Bull)
    16: Reg Morelli (Jay Panzer, Ryan Duncan, Tarek Howard, Kevin Spiewak)
    17: Jeff Panzer
    18: Drew Stafford (Tim O'Keefe, David Hoogsteen, Tim Skarperud)
    19: Jeff Ulmer (Ryan Bayda, Mike Prpich)
    20: Bob Joyce
    21: Tony Hrkac
    22: Cary Eades
    23: Ralph
    24: Chris Porter (Brad Defauw, Dane Jackson)
    25: Phil Sykes (Ryan Hale)
    26: Ryan Johnson (Jason Notermann)
    27: Matt Smaby
    28: Robbie Bina
    29: Ed Belfour (Chris VandeVelde)
    30: Darren Jensen
    31: Jeff Lembke
    32: Daniel McKinnon
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    34: JP Lamoureux (he wore it at UND for at least a season)
    35: Jon Casey (Toby Kvalevog)
    here are my thoughts on it...probably too biased towards the last few decades though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slap Shot View Post
    Loved both those guys and they crossed my mind (as well as others I missed like Mariucci, Mayasich, Ramsey, Harrer...) during the creation of the list, but in the end it was hard to remember if everyone was included given how many great players skated for the U.
    It is tough! I wanted to fit Micheletti and Harrer in, but there were just someone I think is better than them on that number. The only reason I have Broten on 14 is so I could put in McClanahan. It was basically which two out of the three of Neal Broten, Butsy Erickson, and Rob McClanahan do you want on the list? There really isn't a wrong answer, either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by state of hockey View Post
    It is tough! I wanted to fit Micheletti and Harrer in, but there were just someone I think is better than them on that number. The only reason I have Broten on 14 is so I could put in McClanahan. It was basically which two out of the three of Neal Broten, Butsy Erickson, and Rob McClanahan do you want on the list? There really isn't a wrong answer, either.
    I think I would lean towards Harrer. 82 points his senior year including 53 goals in 41 games!? He was a goal scoring machine. Not that P. Hankinson wasn't a key player on his teams.

    Also, someone considerably less lazy than me should put together a Gopher list like Swami's, with notes on each player for the uninformed.

    I'd love to see Glen Sonmor and Louie put together a list together, since they've seen more years than most of us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Koho View Post
    I think I would lean towards Harrer. 82 points his senior year including 53 goals in 41 games!? He was a goal scoring machine. Not that P. Hankinson wasn't a key player on his teams.
    Harrer should probably be on there. My dad and I were kind of going off of the people that did a ton or fit key roles for the teams that did the most.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fighting Sioux 23 View Post
    here are my thoughts on it...probably too biased towards the last few decades though.
    Zajac over Archie?

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    Quote 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
    Scott Lachance is a tough pick for #11. I guess if you are looking at post-BU, he might get the nod, but it's not like his one year at BU was dominating. He was very solid as a freshman, but not an "all-time" type of season. I would either put his brother Bob, who started with a different number, but went on to be a prolific assist man, or Mark Bavis (RIP )

    Putting Ed Ronan as #13 is a bit of a stretch - he wore #10 for at least his last two years, really his only productive years. And Bonino is already a better player than Ed, so I would put Nick there. That's the benefit of picking a number that most people stay away from

    Ronan's linemate Tomlinson sure picked a tough number - he's among the top 10 BU scorers of all time, and he doesn't get among 4 players named for his number (the same does not apply for Greg Quebec, though getting a goal against Michigan in the '97 game almost qualifies him )

    Poor Ian Wood...if he just had a number other than a 241 point scorer, he might be on the list

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    Quote Originally Posted by Puck Swami View Post
    Zajac over Archie?


    In my opinion, Zajac was the better player. Although, Archie managed to rack up over 500 PIM as well as 144 pts in his 4 year career
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    23: Zmolek over crazy legs Hirsch
    No honorable mention for my buddy the Riddler #21?

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    I'm going to disagree on a few points. Edits in bold.

    North Dakota:

    1: Karl Goehring (Jordan Parise)
    2: Craig Ludwig (Curtis Murphy, Matt Greene, Dave Hakstol)
    3: James Patrick (Murray Baron)
    4: Lee Goren (Ian Kidd, David Hale, Taylor Chorney)
    5: Jason Blake (Scott Sandelin, David Lundbohm, Chay Genoway)
    6: Rick Zombo (sorry Andy Schneider)
    7: TJ Oshie (Brad Bombardir, Bucks Bochenski, Travis Roche, Hrkac also wore)
    8: Dave Tippett (over Doug Smail, Mike Commodore, Kevin Hoogsteen)
    9: Jon Toews (over Greg Johnson, but yes)
    10: Bryan Lundbohm (over Gino Gasparini )
    11: Zach Parise (just over Mark Taylor, Dixon Ward, Rastislov Spirko)
    12: Terry Casey (RIP, and the reason #12 won't be worn at UND again)
    13: Dave Christian
    14: Ben Cherski (over Lee Davidson, Brady Murray)
    15: James Archibald (Travis Zajac)
    16: Ryan Duncan
    17: Jeff Panzer
    18: Reg Morelli (also wore 16) (Drew Stafford, David Hoogsteen, Tim Skarperud)
    19: John Noah! (Jeff Ulmer, Ryan Bayda, Mike Prpich)
    20: Bob Joyce
    21: Tony Hrkac
    22: Cary Eades
    23: Ralph (WHAT? No Aaron Schneekloth? )
    24: Chris Porter (Brad Defauw, Dane Jackson)
    25: Phil Sykes (Ryan Hale)
    26: Ryan Johnson (Jason Notermann)
    27: Matt Smaby
    28: Robbie Bina
    29: Ed Belfour (Chris VandeVelde)
    30: Darren Jensen
    31: Jeff Lembke
    32: Daniel McKinnon
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    34: JP Lamoureux (he wore it at UND for at least a season)
    35: Jon Casey (Toby Kvalevog)
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    I guess it depends on whether you look at only what they did while they were in school, or if you factor in what they did after.

    Greg Johnson is the all-time leader in school history for points.
    Mark Taylor is 2nd.
    Dixon Ward is 4th.
    Lee Davidson is 5th, and Doug Smail is 6th.
    We didn't even mention Steve Johnson who is 7th.

    Granted, Taylor and Ward wore the same number, but it's funny that only 1 of the top 7 point leaders in school history made the list.
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    Re: By the Numbers: Your All-Time Roster

    Quote Originally Posted by Jockstock View Post
    No honorable mention for my buddy the Riddler #21?
    You know he probably deserves that - some people seemed to rag on him but I liked Riddle quite a bit.

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    Troy had some serious wheels. But, Bonin was better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by defkit View Post
    Scott Lachance is a tough pick for #11. I guess if you are looking at post-BU, he might get the nod, but it's not like his one year at BU was dominating. He was very solid as a freshman, but not an "all-time" type of season. I would either put his brother Bob, who started with a different number, but went on to be a prolific assist man, or Mark Bavis (RIP )

    Putting Ed Ronan as #13 is a bit of a stretch - he wore #10 for at least his last two years, really his only productive years. And Bonino is already a better player than Ed, so I would put Nick there. That's the benefit of picking a number that most people stay away from

    Ronan's linemate Tomlinson sure picked a tough number - he's among the top 10 BU scorers of all time, and he doesn't get among 4 players named for his number (the same does not apply for Greg Quebec, though getting a goal against Michigan in the '97 game almost qualifies him )

    I'm having too much fun with this. That's what happens on a Friday afternoon before a holiday weekend.
    11 & 13 were my two hardest numbers.... there is a lot of "well....." there. no dominating standout. (and i won't admit that bonino never crossed my mind )
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    Re: By the Numbers: Your All-Time Roster

    I also forgot to consider MaClanahan, Strobel, Verchota, Larson, Yackel Sr, Auge and Schneider.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slap Shot View Post
    I also forgot to consider MaClanahan, Strobel, Verchota, Larson, Yackel Sr, Auge and Schneider.
    If you have time to put together a final list it would be nice to post it in the alum section. I've already posted yours and SOH's previous draft. Good work!

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