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beaverhockeyfan
03-19-2014, 04:19 PM
With the 2013-14 season in the books, it is time to take a look back at the season that was.

First off, I want to say THANK YOU to Jeff Jubinville, Radoslav Illo and Matt Hartmann for the years they put in with the Beaver Hockey Program, especially Matt, who didnít see a lot of ice time due to injuries, but showed up every day and gave it his all! Once a Beaver, Always a Beaver.

This season was another one of uncertainty for the Beavers and their fans, which seems to have become a mainstay over the last few seasons. 2009-10 started out with how would the team respond to their first Frozen Four run (a NCAA at large bid), 2010-11 started out with how would the team respond to their move to the WCHA (a WCHA Final Five appearance and victory) and then this year, how would the team respond to the new look WCHA.

I think a lot of people had high expectations, including the team themselves. The new WCHA was now a group of teams without the big boys, the powerhouses. It was anybodyís ball game. And this team really came out of the gate with a VERY tough non-conference schedule, at St. Cloud, Minnesota at home, Miami at home and North Dakota. All of these teams were ranked at one point during the year, with St. Cloud and Minnesota holding #1 at times. At times, there were flashes of offense and at times there were flashes of defense. But it seemed like they could never put the two together at once. Before Christmas, this team played 10 weekends without a bye weekend. Then it was two weeks off for the holidays and then four more weekends at it before getting a bye. That is 14 out of a 15 possible weekends of play (canít play Christmas Weekend), I donít think many teams had that type of a schedule this year. Add the injuries this team sustained (how many broken hands were there?), it made it a definite marathon of a season.

The 2013-14 team was young, one of the youngest we have seen on Beaver ice over the last several years. With only three seniors and six juniors, that meant a lot of leaning on the underclassmen to pick up the slack. Couple that with what was listed above and it doesnít always bode well. But next year the seven sophomores will be a year older as will the 10 freshmen. I feel this youth had a lot to do with the lapses in Beaver Hockey that we have grown accustom to. At time, it seemed like this team was trying to play an offensive style, and thus left the goaltenders out to dry, and then at time it seemed like they were trying to play a defensive style, and thus lack the scoring punch that was needed.

So what will 2014-15 hold? Well, I think there is a lot of promise there, and I trust the coaching staff to be able to put it together. With the loss of Illo, Jubinville and Hartmann, the Beavers only lose 34 points out of 237 scored this year. They will return their top four scorers in Cory Ward, Markis Gerbrandt, Matt Prapavessis and Brendan Harms, who combined for 97 points. Eight of the top ten scorers will return. A lot of the underclassmen saw significant time in many roles. And we always know that recruits are a roll of the dice, but there looks to be some good ones coming in. As always, they will need to adjust to the college game, but if they can make that transition quickly, it could create some interesting competition for playing time.

I don;t believe the cupboard is bare. So, for next year, with their class standing for next year and career totals:

Forwards:
Cory Ward (Jr) 74 GP, 27G-17A-44 Pts.
Markus Gerbrandt (Jr) 69 GP, 19G-11A-30 Pts.
Brendan Harms (So) 38 GP, 7G-14A-21 Pts.
Danny Mattson (Sr) 86 GP, 10G-35A-45 Pts.
Phillip Marinaccio (So) 36 GP, 5G-6A-11 Pts.
Nate Arentz (So) 23 GP, 3G-5A-8 Pts.,
Phil Brewer (Jr) 68 GP, 5G-8A-13 Pts.
Mitch Cain (Sr) 82 GP, 4G-9A-13 Pts.,
John Parker (Jr) 42 GP, 5G-5A-10 Pts. (Freshman season with Maine)
Charlie OíConner (So) 31 GP, 2G-1A-3 Pts
Bob Kinne (So) 26 GP, 1G-2A-3 Pts.
Brad Robbins (Jr) 44 GP, 1G-3A-4 Pts.
Corey Petrash
Jordan Heler
TJ Roo
Myles Fitzgerald
Gerry Fitzgerald
Leo Fitzgerald
Jay Dickman

Defense
Matt Prapavessis (Sr) 112 GP, 8G-38A-46 Pts.
Graeme McCormack (Jr) 60 GP, 3G-15 A-18 Pts.
Ruslan Pedan (So) 38 GP, 3G-10A-13 Pts.
James Hansen (Jr) 44 GP, 1G-6A-7 Pts.
Sam Rendle (Sr) 111 GP, 8G-20A-28 Pts.
Sam Windle (Sr) 97 GP, 2G-5A-7 Pts.
Carter Struthers (So) 7 GP, 0G-0A-0 Pts.
DJ Jones (So) 12 GP, 0G-0A-0 Pts.
Brett Beauvais
Justin Baudry (maybe this year)

Goalies
Andrew Walsh (Sr) 61 GP, 18W-30L-11T, 91.1 Sv%, 2.76 GAA
Jesse Wilkins (So) 15 GP, 3W-8L-3T, 91.2 Sv%, 2.72 GAA
Reid Mimmack (So) 3 GP, 0W-1L-0T, 87.3 Sv%, 3.35 GAA
Michael Bitzer

beaverhockeyfan
03-20-2014, 11:56 AM
As of 03/20/14

FORMER BEAVERS
-Matt Read- Philadelphia Flyers (NHL) 61 GP, 19G-16A-35 Pts., 14 PIM, -1
-Andrew Murray-Medvescak Zagreb (KHL) 54 GP, 3G-3A-6 Pts., 28 PIM, -1
******KHL Playoffs 3 GP, 0G-0A-0 Pts., 0 PIM, -1 (Complete)
-Matt Dalton-Neftekhimik Nizhnekamsk (KHL) 19 GP, 4W-12L-1 SOL, 91.0 Save %, 2.92 GAA, 1 Shutouts, 0 PIM
******Nadezhda Cup (KHL) 6 GP, 4W-2L-0SOL, 96.7 Save %, 0.95 GAA, 1 Shutouts, 0 PIM
-Matt Francis-Nottingham Panthers (English ELITE) 58 GP, 26G-37A-63 Pts., 80 PIM
-Dan Bakala-Dundee Stars (English ELITE) 57 GP, 31W-23L-0 SOL, 92.7 Save %, 2.67 GAA, 12 PIM, 1 Assists, 4 Shutout
-Rob Sirianni-Sheffield Steelers (EnglishELITE) 32 GP, 18G-24A-42 Pts., 14 PIM (Transferred)
******Val Pusteria (Italy) 9 GP, 7G-12A-19 Pts., 2 PIM
******Serie A Playoffs 4 GP, 5G-2A-7 Pts., 6 PIM
-Brendan Cook-Fischtown Pinguins (Germany2) 51 GP, 28G-21A-48 Pts., 14 PIM
******Germany2 Playoffs 4 GP, 3G-2A-5 Pts., 4 PIM
-Tyler Scofield-Klagenfurter AC (Austria) 49 GP, 18G-10A-28 Pts, 16 PIM, -3 (Complete)
-Matt Climie-Chicago (AHL) 17 GP, 8W-9L-0 SOL, 89.8 Save %, 2.83 GAA, 2 PIM, 0 Assists, 0 Shutouts
-Brad Hunt-Oklahoma City Barons (AHL) 54 GP, 11G-33A-44 Pts., 28 PIM, +10
******Edmonton Oilers (NHL) 3 GP, 0G-0A-0 Pts., 0 PIM, -3 (Sent back to OKC)
-Chris McKelvie-Albany Devils (AHL) 55 GP, 8G-12A-20 Pts., 82 PIM, +5
-Brandon Marino-Fort Wayne Komets (ECHL) 61 GP, 24G-53A-77 Pts., 20 PIM, -2
-Jamie MacQueen-Utah Grizzlies (ECHL) 36 GP, 19G-13A-32 Pts., 38 PIM, -14 (Called up by St. Johnís)
******Norfolk Admirals (AHL) 14 GP, 1G-2A-3 Pts., 6 PIM, +1
******St. Johnís IceCaps (AHL) 1 GP, 0G-0A-0 Pts., 0 PIM, +0
-Brance Orban- Utah Grizzlies (ECHL) 5 GP, 0G-0A-0 Pts., 0 PIM, -3 (Released)
****** ESC Moskitos Essen (Germany 3) 29G-41A-70 Pts.
******Germany3 Playoffs 10G-16A-26 Pts.
-Jake Areshenko-Wheeling Nailers (ECHL) 52 GP, 0G-9A-9 Pts., 32 PIM, +3
-Ian Lowe- Wichita Thunder (CHL) 49 GP, 13G-20A-33 Pts., 28 PIM, -2
-Riley Weselowski-Rapid City (CHL) 55 GP, 4G-17A-21 Pts., 46 PIM, +10
-Andrew Martens-Wichita Thunder (CHL) 57 GP, 11G-34A-45 Pts., 44 PIM, -3
-Drew Fisher-Tulsa Oilers (CHL) 60 GP, 10G-20A-30 Pts., 40 PIM, -15
-Ryan Cramer-Tulsa Oilers (CHL) 53 GP, 10G-6A-16 Pts., 41 PIM, +0
-Mathieu Dugas-Mississippi Surge (SPHL) 33 GP, 14W-14L-2SOL, 91.0 Save %, 3.13 GAA, 1 Shutout, 2 PIM
-Mikka Lindholm-Hunters (Finland II Division) 20 GP, 20G-32A-52 Pts., 2 PIM
-Anssi Tieranta-Vire (Finland II Division) 24 GP, 5G-18A-23 Pts., 20 PIM
-Mark Soares-HYS The Hague (Netherlands) 15 GP, 8G-9A-17 Pts., 10 PIM (Transferred)
******EV Weiden (Germany3) 12 GP, 7G-10A-17 Pts., 8 PIM (Transferred)
******ESV Buchloe (Germany4) 2 GP, 4G-4A-8 Pts., 2 PIM
-Emil Billberg-Sodertalje (Allsvenskan) 48 GP, 1G-5A-6 Pts., 24 PIM
-Niko Suoraniemi-Herlev (Denmark Hockeyligaen) 40 GP, 1G-7A-8 Pts., 16 PIM
******Danish Cup 1 GP, 0G-0A-0 Pts., 2 PIM
-Matt Pope-Aalborg Pirates (Denmark Hockeyligaen) 40 GP, 18G-23A-41 Pts., 61 PIM
******Danish Cup 1 GP, 1G-1A-2 Pts., 0 PIM
-Daryl Bat-Tyringe SoSS (Sweden2) 29 GP, 18G-24A-42 Pts., 18 PIM
-Jordan George-Rosenborg IHK (Norway Elite) 43 GP, 21G-19A-40 Pts., 159 PIM
-Aaron McLeod-ESC Moskitos Essen (Germany 3) 31G-45A-76 Pts.
******Germany3 Playoffs 13G-14A-27 Pts.

BEAVER RECRUITS
-Corey Petrash (Signed), F-Cedar Rapids Roughriders (USHL) 49 GP, 11G-12A-23 Pts., 56 PIM, -5
-Michael Bitzer (Signed), G-Lincoln Stars (USHL) 45 GP, 15W-18L-6 OTL, 3.13 GAA, 90.2 Sv%, 0 SO, 2 PIM
-Ethan Somoza (2015 or 2016), F-Fairbanks IceDogs (NAHL) 42 GP, 9G-10A-19 Pts., 10 PIM, +4
-Jordan Heller (2014), F-Aberdeen Wings (NAHL) 49 GP, 19G-27A-46 Pts., 45 PIM, +9
-TJ Roo (2014), F-Aberdeen Wings (NAHL) 52 GP, 21G-30A-51 Pts., 26 PIM, +7
-Justin Baudry (2014 or 2015), D-Steinbach Pistons (MJHL) 49 GP, 6G-30A-36 Pts., 39 PIM
******MJHL Playoffs 6 GP, 0G-2A-2Pts., 4 PIM
-Mike Soucier (2014 or 2015), F-Wellington Dukes (OJHL) 44 GP, 13G-24A-37 Pts., 26 PIM
******Canada East U-19 Junior A Challenge 4 GP, 2G-3A-5 Pts., 0 PIM
******OJHL Playoffs 5 GP, 0G-1A-1 Pts., 8 PIM
******Dudley-Hewitt Cup 0 GP, 0G-0A-0 Pts., 0 PIM
-Brett Beauvais (Signed), D-Penticton Vees (BCHL) 57 GP, 13G-45A-58 Pts., 32 PIM
******BCHL Playoffs 8 GP, 1G-6A-7 Pts., 2 PIM
-Myles Fitzgerald (Signed), F- Victoria Grizzlies (BCHL) 58 GP, 27G-56A-83 Pts., 35 PIM
******BCHL Playoffs 11 GP, 4G-7A-11 Pts., 14 PIM
-Gerry Fitzgerald (Signed), F- Victoria Grizzlies (BCHL) 51 GP, 35G-46A-81 Pts., 26 PIM
******BCHL Playoffs 11 GP, 1G-14A-15 Pts., 0 PIM
-Leo Fitzgerald (Signed), F- Victoria Grizzlies (BCHL) 17 GP, 6G-9A-15 Pts., 8 PIM
******BCHL Playoffs 11 GP, 7G-3A-10 Pts., 2 PIM
-Cole Bjugson (2015), D- Roseau Rams (MSHSL) 19 GP, 9G-32A-41 Pts., 10 PIM
******MSHSL Playoffs 6 GP, 1G-5A-6 Pts., 4 PIM (Complete)
******Fargo Force (USHL) 3 GP, 0G-0A-0 Pts., 2 PIM, -3
-Jay Dickman, F- Austin Bruins (NAHL) 55 GP, 26G-34A-60 Pts., 56 PIM, +34

gfmorris
03-20-2014, 05:08 PM
So what will 2014-15 hold?

More losses to UAH! ;)

Tom & Co. did well to bring in a green group of guys and field a good team. I respect (and hate) the team that he rolls out on the ice every night. Ward is legitimately scary, and Pedan will be good if he can stop going to the box so much. Prapavessis is fantastic, but you don't need me to tell you that. I'm curious to see if the shelling at Ferris State will affect Walsh any.

GFM

beaverhockeyfan
03-21-2014, 09:14 PM
Congrats to Radoslav Illo on signing a contract with Anehiem's AHL affiliate in Norfolk!

beaverhockeyfan
03-27-2014, 08:31 AM
An article on former Beaver and now Norfolk Admiral Radoslav Illo:

http://hamptonroads.com/2014/03/illo-new-admirals-not-hampton-roads

beaverhockeyfan
03-28-2014, 12:13 PM
As of 03/28/14

FORMER BEAVERS
-Matt Read- Philadelphia Flyers (NHL) 65 GP, 20G-16A-36 Pts., 14 PIM, -3
-Andrew Murray-Medvescak Zagreb (KHL) 54 GP, 3G-3A-6 Pts., 28 PIM, -1
******KHL Playoffs 3 GP, 0G-0A-0 Pts., 0 PIM, -1 (Complete)
-Matt Dalton-Neftekhimik Nizhnekamsk (KHL) 19 GP, 4W-12L-1 SOL, 91.0 Save %, 2.92 GAA, 1 Shutouts, 0 PIM
******Nadezhda Cup (KHL) 6 GP, 4W-2L-0SOL, 96.7 Save %, 0.95 GAA, 1 Shutouts, 0 PIM (Complete)
-Matt Francis-Nottingham Panthers (English ELITE) 59 GP, 26G-37A-63 Pts., 82 PIM
******ELITE Playoffs 1 GP, 0G-0A-0 Pts., 0 PIM
-Dan Bakala-Dundee Stars (English ELITE) 59 GP, 32W-23L-0 SOL, 92.7 Save %, 2.62 GAA, 14 PIM, 1 Assists, 4 Shutouts
******ELITE Playoffs 0 GP, 0W-0L, 00.0 Save%, 0.00 GAA, 0 PIM, 0 Assists, 0 Shutouts
-Rob Sirianni-Sheffield Steelers (EnglishELITE) 32 GP, 18G-24A-42 Pts., 14 PIM (Transferred)
******Val Pusteria (Italy) 9 GP, 7G-12A-19 Pts., 2 PIM
******Serie A Playoffs 7 GP, 6G-5A-11 Pts., 6 PIM
-Brendan Cook-Fischtown Pinguins (Germany2) 51 GP, 28G-21A-48 Pts., 14 PIM
******Germany2 Playoffs 5 GP, 3G-3A-6 Pts., 6 PIM
-Tyler Scofield-Klagenfurter AC (Austria) 49 GP, 18G-10A-28 Pts, 16 PIM, -3 (Complete)
-Matt Climie-Chicago (AHL) 18 GP, 8W-9L-1 SOL, 90.3 Save %, 2.72 GAA, 2 PIM, 0 Assists, 0 Shutouts
-Brad Hunt-Oklahoma City Barons (AHL) 57 GP, 11G-34A-45 Pts., 28 PIM, +9
******Edmonton Oilers (NHL) 3 GP, 0G-0A-0 Pts., 0 PIM, -3 (Sent back to OKC)
-Chris McKelvie-Albany Devils (AHL) 55 GP, 8G-12A-20 Pts., 82 PIM, +5
-Brandon Marino-Fort Wayne Komets (ECHL) 64 GP, 24G-54A-78 Pts., 24 PIM, -3
-Jamie MacQueen-Utah Grizzlies (ECHL) 36 GP, 19G-13A-32 Pts., 38 PIM, -14 (Called up by St. Johnís)
******Norfolk Admirals (AHL) 14 GP, 1G-2A-3 Pts., 6 PIM, +1
******St. Johnís IceCaps (AHL) 5 GP, 0G-1A-1 Pts., 2 PIM, +1
-Brance Orban- Utah Grizzlies (ECHL) 5 GP, 0G-0A-0 Pts., 0 PIM, -3 (Released)
****** ESC Moskitos Essen (Germany 3) 29G-41A-70 Pts.
******Germany3 Playoffs 15G-20A-35 Pts.
-Radoslav Illo-Norfolk Admirals (AHL) 0 GP, 0G-0A-0 Pts., 0 PIM, +0
-Jake Areshenko-Wheeling Nailers (ECHL) 52 GP, 0G-9A-9 Pts., 32 PIM, +3
-Ian Lowe- Wichita Thunder (CHL) 53 GP, 14G-20A-34 Pts., 32 PIM, -3
-Riley Weselowski-Rapid City (CHL) 58 GP, 4G-19A-23 Pts., 48 PIM, +12
-Andrew Martens-Wichita Thunder (CHL) 61 GP, 12G-36A-48 Pts., 46 PIM, -4
-Drew Fisher-Tulsa Oilers (CHL) 63 GP, 10G-21A-31 Pts., 40 PIM, -15
-Ryan Cramer-Tulsa Oilers (CHL) 53 GP, 10G-6A-16 Pts., 41 PIM, +0
-Mathieu Dugas-Mississippi Surge (SPHL) 34 GP, 14W-14L-3SOL, 91.0 Save %, 3.09 GAA, 1 Shutout, 2 PIM
******SPHL Playoffs 0 GP, 0W-0L, 0.0 Save%, 0.00 GAA, 0 Shutouts, 0 PIM
-Mikka Lindholm-Hunters (Finland II Division) 20 GP, 20G-32A-52 Pts., 2 PIM
-Anssi Tieranta-Vire (Finland II Division) 24 GP, 5G-18A-23 Pts., 20 PIM
-Mark Soares-HYS The Hague (Netherlands) 15 GP, 8G-9A-17 Pts., 10 PIM (Transferred)
******EV Weiden (Germany3) 12 GP, 7G-10A-17 Pts., 8 PIM (Transferred)
******ESV Buchloe (Germany4) 2 GP, 4G-4A-8 Pts., 2 PIM
-Emil Billberg-Sodertalje (Allsvenskan) 48 GP, 1G-5A-6 Pts., 24 PIM
-Niko Suoraniemi-Herlev (Denmark Hockeyligaen) 40 GP, 1G-7A-8 Pts., 16 PIM
******Danish Cup 1 GP, 0G-0A-0 Pts., 2 PIM
-Matt Pope-Aalborg Pirates (Denmark Hockeyligaen) 40 GP, 18G-23A-41 Pts., 61 PIM
******Danish Cup 1 GP, 1G-1A-2 Pts., 0 PIM
-Daryl Bat-Tyringe SoSS (Sweden2) 29 GP, 18G-24A-42 Pts., 18 PIM
-Jordan George-Rosenborg IHK (Norway Elite) 47 GP, 23G-20A-43 Pts., 162 PIM
-Aaron McLeod-ESC Moskitos Essen (Germany 3) 31G-45A-76 Pts.
******Germany3 Playoffs 18G-23A-41 Pts.

BEAVER RECRUITS
-Corey Petrash (Signed), F-Cedar Rapids Roughriders (USHL) 51 GP, 11G-12A-23 Pts., 63 PIM, -7
-Michael Bitzer (Signed), G-Lincoln Stars (USHL) 48 GP, 17W-19L-6 OTL, 3.14 GAA, 90.2 Sv%, 0 SO, 2 PIM
-Ethan Somoza (2015 or 2016), F-Fairbanks IceDogs (NAHL) 44 GP, 9G-10A-19 Pts., 12 PIM, +3
-Jordan Heller (2014), F-Aberdeen Wings (NAHL) 51 GP, 20G-28A-48 Pts., 49 PIM, +9
-TJ Roo (2014), F-Aberdeen Wings (NAHL) 54 GP, 21G-31A-52 Pts., 26 PIM, +7
-Justin Baudry (2014 or 2015), D-Steinbach Pistons (MJHL) 49 GP, 6G-30A-36 Pts., 39 PIM
******MJHL Playoffs 10 GP, 1G-5A-6Pts., 4 PIM
-Mike Soucier (2014 or 2015), F-Wellington Dukes (OJHL) 44 GP, 13G-24A-37 Pts., 26 PIM
******Canada East U-19 Junior A Challenge 4 GP, 2G-3A-5 Pts., 0 PIM
******OJHL Playoffs 5 GP, 0G-1A-1 Pts., 8 PIM
******Dudley-Hewitt Cup 0 GP, 0G-0A-0 Pts., 0 PIM
-Brett Beauvais (Signed), D-Penticton Vees (BCHL) 57 GP, 13G-45A-58 Pts., 32 PIM
******BCHL Playoffs 11 GP, 1G-7A-8 Pts., 2 PIM (Complete)
-Myles Fitzgerald (Signed), F- Victoria Grizzlies (BCHL) 58 GP, 27G-56A-83 Pts., 35 PIM
******BCHL Playoffs 13 GP, 6G-8A-14 Pts., 14 PIM
-Gerry Fitzgerald (Signed), F- Victoria Grizzlies (BCHL) 51 GP, 35G-46A-81 Pts., 26 PIM
******BCHL Playoffs 13 GP, 2G-16A-18 Pts., 0 PIM
-Leo Fitzgerald (Signed), F- Victoria Grizzlies (BCHL) 17 GP, 6G-9A-15 Pts., 8 PIM
******BCHL Playoffs 13 GP, 7G-3A-10 Pts., 6 PIM
-Cole Bjugson (2015), D- Roseau Rams (MSHSL) 19 GP, 9G-32A-41 Pts., 10 PIM
******MSHSL Playoffs 6 GP, 1G-5A-6 Pts., 4 PIM (Complete)
******Fargo Force (USHL) 5 GP, 0G-1A-1 Pts., 2 PIM, -2
-Jay Dickman, F- Austin Bruins (NAHL) 57 GP, 27G-35A-62 Pts., 58 PIM, +35

beaverhockeyfan
03-31-2014, 09:09 AM
Former Beaver Jamie MacQueen is now playing with the Iowa Wild of the AHL:

http://www.nhl.com/ice/news.htm?id=711792

gfmorris
03-31-2014, 12:14 PM
Former Beaver Jamie MacQueen is now playing with the Iowa Wild of the AHL:

http://www.nhl.com/ice/news.htm?id=711792

Hopefully Kurt will treat him well.

GFM <— not the biggest KK fan out there.

beaverhockeyfan
04-03-2014, 08:23 AM
End of the Season write up from the Bemidji Pioneer

http://www.bemidjipioneer.com/content/mens-hockey-young-beavers-make-strides-2013-14-team-seeks-more-consistency

beaverhockeyfan
04-03-2014, 01:00 PM
As of 04/03/14

FORMER BEAVERS
-Matt Read- Philadelphia Flyers (NHL) 68 GP, 20G-16A-36 Pts., 14 PIM, -4
-Andrew Murray-Medvescak Zagreb (KHL) 54 GP, 3G-3A-6 Pts., 28 PIM, -1
******KHL Playoffs 3 GP, 0G-0A-0 Pts., 0 PIM, -1 (Complete)
-Matt Dalton-Neftekhimik Nizhnekamsk (KHL) 19 GP, 4W-12L-1 SOL, 91.0 Save %, 2.92 GAA, 1 Shutouts, 0 PIM
******Nadezhda Cup (KHL) 6 GP, 4W-2L-0SOL, 96.7 Save %, 0.95 GAA, 1 Shutouts, 0 PIM (Complete)
-Matt Francis-Nottingham Panthers (English ELITE) 59 GP, 26G-37A-63 Pts., 82 PIM
******ELITE Playoffs 2 GP, 1G-0A-1 Pts., 27 PIM (Complete)
-Dan Bakala-Dundee Stars (English ELITE) 59 GP, 32W-23L-0 SOL, 92.7 Save %, 2.62 GAA, 14 PIM, 1 Assists, 4 Shutouts
******ELITE Playoffs 2 GP, 0W-2L, 89.5 Save%, 4.00 GAA, 0 PIM, 0 Assists, 0 Shutouts (Complete)
-Rob Sirianni-Sheffield Steelers (EnglishELITE) 32 GP, 18G-24A-42 Pts., 14 PIM (Transferred)
******Val Pusteria (Italy) 9 GP, 7G-12A-19 Pts., 2 PIM
******Serie A Playoffs 9 GP, 7G-8A-15 Pts., 8 PIM
-Brendan Cook-Fischtown Pinguins (Germany2) 51 GP, 28G-21A-48 Pts., 14 PIM
******Germany2 Playoffs 8 GP, 3G-4A-7 Pts., 8 PIM
-Tyler Scofield-Klagenfurter AC (Austria) 49 GP, 18G-10A-28 Pts, 16 PIM, -3 (Complete)
-Matt Climie-Chicago (AHL) 19 GP, 9W-9L-1 SOL, 89.8 Save %, 2.77 GAA, 2 PIM, 0 Assists, 0 Shutouts
-Brad Hunt-Oklahoma City Barons (AHL) 60 GP, 11G-36A-47 Pts., 30 PIM, +8
******Edmonton Oilers (NHL) 3 GP, 0G-0A-0 Pts., 0 PIM, -3 (Sent back to OKC)
-Chris McKelvie-Albany Devils (AHL) 55 GP, 8G-12A-20 Pts., 82 PIM, +5
-Brandon Marino-Fort Wayne Komets (ECHL) 67 GP, 27G-54A-81 Pts., 26 PIM, -3
-Jamie MacQueen-Utah Grizzlies (ECHL) 36 GP, 19G-13A-32 Pts., 38 PIM, -14 (Called up by St. Johnís)
******Norfolk Admirals (AHL) 14 GP, 1G-2A-3 Pts., 6 PIM, +1
******St. Johnís IceCaps (AHL) 5 GP, 0G-1A-1 Pts., 2 PIM, +2
******Iowa Wild (AHL) 3 GP, 1G-0A-1 Pts., 0 PIM, +0
-Brance Orban- Utah Grizzlies (ECHL) 5 GP, 0G-0A-0 Pts., 0 PIM, -3 (Released)
****** ESC Moskitos Essen (Germany 3) 29G-41A-70 Pts.
******Germany3 Playoffs 15G-20A-35 Pts.
-Radoslav Illo-Norfolk Admirals (AHL) 1 GP, 0G-0A-0 Pts., 0 PIM, +0
-Jake Areshenko-Wheeling Nailers (ECHL) 56 GP, 0G-10A-10 Pts., 36 PIM, +8
-Ian Lowe- Wichita Thunder (CHL) 55 GP, 14G-20A-34 Pts., 39 PIM, -6
-Riley Weselowski-Rapid City (CHL) 60 GP, 4G-19A-23 Pts., 48 PIM, +10
-Andrew Martens-Wichita Thunder (CHL) 63 GP, 12G-38A-50 Pts., 50 PIM, -5
-Drew Fisher-Tulsa Oilers (CHL) 65 GP, 10G-21A-31 Pts., 40 PIM, -16
-Ryan Cramer-Tulsa Oilers (CHL) 55 GP, 10G-6A-16 Pts., 41 PIM, +1
-Mathieu Dugas-Mississippi Surge (SPHL) 34 GP, 14W-14L-3SOL, 91.0 Save %, 3.09 GAA, 1 Shutout, 2 PIM
******SPHL Playoffs 2 GP, 0W-2L, 90.3 Save%, 4.08 GAA, 0 Shutouts, 0 PIM (Complete)
-Mikka Lindholm-Hunters (Finland II Division) 20 GP, 20G-32A-52 Pts., 2 PIM
-Anssi Tieranta-Vire (Finland II Division) 24 GP, 5G-18A-23 Pts., 20 PIM
-Mark Soares-HYS The Hague (Netherlands) 15 GP, 8G-10A-18 Pts., 10 PIM (Transferred)
******EV Weiden (Germany3) 12 GP, 7G-10A-17 Pts., 8 PIM (Transferred)
******ESV Buchloe (Germany4) 2 GP, 4G-4A-8 Pts., 2 PIM
-Emil Billberg-Sodertalje (Allsvenskan) 48 GP, 1G-5A-6 Pts., 24 PIM
-Niko Suoraniemi-Herlev (Denmark Hockeyligaen) 40 GP, 1G-7A-8 Pts., 16 PIM
******Danish Cup 1 GP, 0G-0A-0 Pts., 2 PIM
-Matt Pope-Aalborg Pirates (Denmark Hockeyligaen) 40 GP, 18G-23A-41 Pts., 61 PIM
******Danish Cup 1 GP, 1G-1A-2 Pts., 0 PIM
-Daryl Bat-Tyringe SoSS (Sweden2) 29 GP, 18G-24A-42 Pts., 18 PIM
-Jordan George-Rosenborg IHK (Norway Elite) 47 GP, 23G-20A-43 Pts., 162 PIM
-Aaron McLeod-ESC Moskitos Essen (Germany 3) 31G-45A-76 Pts.
******Germany3 Playoffs 18G-23A-41 Pts.

BEAVER RECRUITS
-Corey Petrash (Signed), F-Cedar Rapids Roughriders (USHL) 52 GP, 11G-13A-24 Pts., 63 PIM, -7
-Michael Bitzer (Signed), G-Lincoln Stars (USHL) 49 GP, 17W-19L-6 OTL, 3.18 GAA, 90.1 Sv%, 0 SO, 2 PIM
-Ethan Somoza (2015 or 2016), F-Fairbanks IceDogs (NAHL) 46 GP, 10G-11A-21 Pts., 12 PIM, +4
******NAHL Playoffs 0 GP, 0G-0A-0 Pts., 0 PIM, +0
-Jordan Heller (2014), F-Aberdeen Wings (NAHL) 53 GP, 21G-28A-49 Pts., 49 PIM, +12
******NAHL Playoffs 0 GP, 0G-0A-0 Pts., 0 PIM, +0
-TJ Roo (2014), F-Aberdeen Wings (NAHL) 56 GP, 22G-32A-54 Pts., 26 PIM, +9
******NAHL Playoffs 0 GP, 0G-0A-0 Pts., 0 PIM, +0
-Justin Baudry (2014 or 2015), D-Steinbach Pistons (MJHL) 49 GP, 6G-30A-36 Pts., 39 PIM
******MJHL Playoffs 12 GP, 1G-6A-7Pts., 4 PIM (Complete)
-Mike Soucier (2014 or 2015), F-Wellington Dukes (OJHL) 44 GP, 13G-24A-37 Pts., 26 PIM
******Canada East U-19 Junior A Challenge 4 GP, 2G-3A-5 Pts., 0 PIM
******OJHL Playoffs 5 GP, 0G-1A-1 Pts., 8 PIM
******Dudley-Hewitt Cup 0 GP, 0G-0A-0 Pts., 0 PIM
-Brett Beauvais (Signed), D-Penticton Vees (BCHL) 57 GP, 13G-45A-58 Pts., 32 PIM
******BCHL Playoffs 11 GP, 1G-7A-8 Pts., 2 PIM (Complete)
-Myles Fitzgerald (Signed), F- Victoria Grizzlies (BCHL) 58 GP, 27G-56A-83 Pts., 35 PIM
******BCHL Playoffs 15 GP, 6G-9A-15 Pts., 14 PIM
-Gerry Fitzgerald (Signed), F- Victoria Grizzlies (BCHL) 51 GP, 35G-46A-81 Pts., 26 PIM
******BCHL Playoffs 15 GP, 3G-18A-21 Pts., 4 PIM
-Leo Fitzgerald (Signed), F- Victoria Grizzlies (BCHL) 17 GP, 6G-9A-15 Pts., 8 PIM
******BCHL Playoffs 15 GP, 8G-5A-13 Pts., 6 PIM
-Cole Bjugson (2015), D- Roseau Rams (MSHSL) 19 GP, 9G-32A-41 Pts., 10 PIM
******MSHSL Playoffs 6 GP, 1G-5A-6 Pts., 4 PIM (Complete)
******Fargo Force (USHL) 6 GP, 0G-1A-1 Pts., 9 PIM, -2
-Jay Dickman, F- Austin Bruins (NAHL) 59 GP, 28G-36A-64 Pts., 58 PIM, +36
******NAHL Playoffs 0 GP, 0G-0A-0 Pts., 0 PIM, +0

Andrew J Carter
04-03-2014, 03:01 PM
We had a nice home schedule this year and good season ticket prices. Besides the nWCHA foes, does anyone know who will be coming in to play us in 14-15?

beaverhockeyfan
04-03-2014, 03:13 PM
We had a nice home schedule this year and good season ticket prices. Besides the nWCHA foes, does anyone know who will be coming in to play us in 14-15?

I believe St. Cloud owes us a visit and I believe North Dakota will be home and home again. The North Star Cup at the Xcel Center will be on there, so that leaves two games to fill, four if we go to Fairbanks again. Not sure who or if they will be home or away.

For the conference schedule the Beavers will play, if I have read how the scheduling will go correctly:

Mankato four times (rival pairing)
Alaska-Anchorage four times (road Dec 6 and 7, home Feb 20 and 21)
Michigan Tech four times (home Nov 14 and 15, road Feb 6 and 7)
Northern Michigan four times
Bowling Green four times
Alabama-Huntsville twice (I have heard in Bemidji)
Ferris State twice
Lake Superior State twice
Alaska twice

gfmorris
04-03-2014, 04:09 PM
Alabama-Huntsville twice (I have heard in Bemidji)

That's what I have heard as well. Well, we did okay at the Sanford last year. ;)

What do y'all think about your rival being MSU and not us? I see where it makes sense as more of a travel-pair thing, but man, I would love to see four UAH-BSU games a year.

GFM

beaverhockeyfan
04-03-2014, 04:12 PM
That's what I have heard as well. Well, we did okay at the Sanford last year. ;)

What do y'all think about your rival being MSU and not us? I see where it makes sense as more of a travel-pair thing, but man, I would love to see four UAH-BSU games a year.

GFM

I agree, I would love to see four games a year as well. But I also understand why the rivalry pairings are what they are.

We could always use two NC games to get to the four we want to see!!!!

beaverhockeyfan
04-04-2014, 02:31 PM
Here is a great article on former Beaver Brad Hunt!

http://www.nhl.com/ice/news.htm?id=712840&print=true

beaverhockeyfan
04-04-2014, 02:59 PM
Update Below since Alaska has announced their schedule


I believe St. Cloud owes us a visit and I believe North Dakota will be home and home again. The North Star Cup at the Xcel Center will be on there, so that leaves two games to fill. Not sure who or if they will be home or away.

For the conference schedule the Beavers will play, if I have read how the scheduling will go correctly:

Mankato four times (rival pairing)
Alaska-Anchorage four times (road Dec 6 and 7, home Feb 20 and 21)
Michigan Tech four times (home Nov 14 and 15, road Feb 6 and 7)
Northern Michigan four times
Bowling Green four times
Alabama-Huntsville twice (I have heard in Bemidji)
Ferris State twice
Lake Superior State twice
Alaska twice (home Oct 31 and Nov 1)

beaverhockeyfan
04-07-2014, 08:47 AM
Former Beaver Brad Hunt is setting records with the OKC Barons!

http://newsok.com/okc-barons-notebook-c.j.-stretch-scores-back-to-back-game-winners/article/3951006

beaverhockeyfan
04-07-2014, 11:55 AM
Update: The Ferris State games and Lake State games would have to be road games with UAH and Alaska being home games.

Mankato four times (rival pairing)
Alaska-Anchorage four times (road Dec 6 and 7, home Feb 20 and 21)
Michigan Tech four times (home Nov 14 and 15, road Feb 6 and 7)
Northern Michigan four times
Bowling Green four times
Alabama-Huntsville twice (I have heard in Bemidji)
Ferris State twice (road)
Lake Superior State twice (road)
Alaska twice (home Oct 31 and Nov 1)

beaverhockeyfan
04-07-2014, 01:00 PM
Thursday, April 10th, the actual BeaverPond website will go down. But the rest of this will hold true! My e-mail will also change, if anyone has my old one saved. It will now be:

troydmills at gmail dot com

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Just bumping up this announcement on the future of this website. The website will go away in mid to late April I believe, so to keep you updated on Beaver Hockey, here is where I will be posting.

1. This message board is run by an outside website, and I plan to still use it to post messages and to allow fans to carry on conversations. Bookmark this web address and call it The BeaverPond Message Board:

www.voy.com/66735/

2. If you are on Facebook, The BeaverPond also has a Facebook page. You can locate it here and "Like" the page:

www.facebook.com/TheBeaverPond

3. I will still also be posting over on USCHO's message board. In the D-I Section, you just have to try and find the BSU Beavers thread. The USCHO Site is here:

http://board.uscho.com/forumdisplay.php?4-Men-s-Division-I

It has been a great 15 year run!

LSSULaker889294
04-07-2014, 01:44 PM
According to the Ferris State tenative schedule that was posted in the 2014-15 schedules thread, you guys will play at Ferris State February 27-28.