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Parker Ranger
01-27-2010, 10:34 PM
Does the NCAA have an answer for the success of eric, mark, and Jordan staal?

nmupiccdiva
01-27-2010, 10:40 PM
NMU tends to keep it in the family. We've had both Olver brothers-- Darin ('03-'07) and now Mark ('07-present). At the moment, we have both Ray and Kory Kaunisto. Ray is by far the better player at the moment, but he's a senior and Kory's a freshman, so there's a chance for him to blossom.

Also, both coaches Walt and John Kyle played for NMU.

du78
01-27-2010, 10:41 PM
Brothers Who Played at Denver

Glenn Anderson
David Anderson

Doug Berry
Ken Berry
Dave Berry

Matt Carle
David Carle (Student Asst.)

Jon Cook
Steven Cook

Kevin Dineen
Shawn Dineen

Lex Hudson
Barry Hudson

Bruce Jackson
Hugh Jackson

Kyle Ostrow
Shawn Ostrow

Tom Peluso
Jim Peluso

David Robinson
Scott Robinson

Wayne Wiste
Jim Wiste

Frank Xavier
Tom Xavier

Drew Shore
Nick Shore (coming to DU)

Father & Sons

Buddy Blom
Zach Blom

Ron Grahame
Jason Grahame

Uncle & Nephew

Bill Pettinger
Matt Pettinger

Jon
01-27-2010, 10:43 PM
For PC:
The Cavanaughs
The Omiciolis
The Wilsons

...and people who I wasn't around for.

HuskyMan
01-27-2010, 10:53 PM
Northeastern has a pair of twins, Justin and Drew Daniels, both freshman this year.

Vermont was a year away with Viktor and Sebastien Stalberg....

Bullmoose
01-27-2010, 11:44 PM
A couple of sets I haven't done yet are currently playing with Dartmouth:

Jim and Joe Gaudet (also happen to be the coach's sons)
Connor and Mark Goggin

Don't forget Walsh brothers (currently on the roster): sophmore Nick and freshman Dustin!

To answer one of the first posters' question, I think the younger ones in the non-Gaudet brother set are better, as Mark Goggin and Dustin Walsh are drafted and their older siblings are not.

We have brother of an alum coming in 2010, Nick Lovejoy, who is Ben's brother. Ben graduated in 2006 and is currently in the Pens system and has been between NHL and AHL a lot. Ben Lovejoy also holds the distinction of being one of the few players (if not the only one) who scored a point on Thompson Arena ice *against* Dartmouth in a non-exhibition game (he did it playing for Boston College as a freshman before transferring to Dartmouth.)

We also have Taylor Boldt of USHL's Indiana Ice committed to play, who might be a relative of the currentl Dartmouth captain Peter Boldt. If he is related to Peter, he'd be the 15th member of the Boldt Family to attend Dartmouth (Peter is 14th).

There must have been other Dartmouth brother pairings in the past of our hockey team, but I can't think of any at the moment. Will post when I find them.

'Gate Radio
01-27-2010, 11:51 PM
Colgate has Charles (Senior) and Christian (Freshman) Long, apparently the first set of brothers to play for Don Vaughan.

Sophomore Kevin McNamara has three younger brothers, one of which is headed to Colgate next year according to Heisenberg. There could possibly be three McNamara's playing at Gate if the second youngest brother comes to Hamilton during Kevin's red-shirt senior season (2011-2012).

mwade
01-27-2010, 11:52 PM
Don't forget Walsh brothers (currently on the roster): sophmore Nick and freshman Dustin!

I thought I remembered being told there were 3 sets, but had the 1/18 box score printout on my desk and Dustin Walsh did not play (and I was too lazy to go look online for a missing set).

I thought I was being good by not just reciting a bunch of BC ones from the past and going with a different school :-).

Dan
01-28-2010, 12:07 AM
UNH has had many players who've had brothers play for other ncaa teams. In recent years, UNH had Colin and Brett Hemingway. Colin was a the far better player as the older brother...

To be fair, Brett scored 134 career points to Colin's 147. Brett would have gotten a lot more acclaim and a lot less message board criticism if he hadn't followed big brother, who really exploded as an upperclassman...

The Haydars (Jeff & Darren) also overlapped for one season at UNH - with Darren, the younger brother, certainly being the better player. However, Darren arrived at UNH first and Jeff eventually transferred from Wilfraud Laurier...

Darren finished his junior year with 18-23--41, while Jeff posted a modest 3-10--13 in his only season in Durham. Darren finished his UNH career with 102 goals and 219 points.

Esoxpirate
01-28-2010, 12:22 AM
Don't forget about the Lamoureux Family....
All 6 siblings are playing or played collegent hockey...

http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/vault/article/magazine/MAG1165306/1/index.htm

Rox22
01-28-2010, 12:35 AM
UMass currently has the Marcou brothers, James and Mike. James is the older, though shorter, brother. While he has obviously gotten all the press for his playmaking skills Mike has developed into a dependable defenseman.

Past brothers for the Minutemen include the Warners, Mike and Tim, and the Turners, Tim and Jeff. Tim Warner was mostly a backup goaltender while older brother Mike Warner a regularly used grinder. Tim Turner, the younger of the two, was one of the better scorers in UMass history.

hanasoni
01-28-2010, 12:40 AM
Ferris had the Sergott brothers, Keith and Ken, in the 90s. Keith is now a CCHA ref (and really shouldn't be reffing his alma mater).

In the early 2000s Ferris had the McIver brothers, Chad and Derrick. Chad was captain of the '02 team.

Troy Milam was Ferris' captain on the '03 championship team, and his younger brother Jamie played for Northern. Their mom, being the good mom she was, had a jersey, one side Ferris, the other NMU. I wonder what ever happened to the 'other' jersey?

Daniel Winnink played for UNH in the early 2000s while his brother, Andrew played for Ferris. I think Daniel is still in the NHL.

IrishHockeyFan
01-28-2010, 01:02 AM
Notre Dame had the Fairholm brothers, the Brownshidle brothers, the Byers brothers and a pair of Bankoskes. A couple of guys quickly come to mind who played for the Irish and had brothers at other D-1 schools. Kevin Deeth, still playing at Notre Dame has a brother, Brian, who played at Northeastern, and Steve Schneider who had a brother with a nickname like Buzz or something like that who played for Minnesota.

mwade
01-28-2010, 01:11 AM
Notre Dame has two others currently on the team whose brothers play/played elsewhere -

Kyle Murphy - younger brother of BC Eagle forward Ryan and BC student manager extraordinaire Justin.

Ryan Guentzel - brother of CC's Gabe and son of Mike.

mmf
01-28-2010, 01:24 AM
Alaska Fairbanks has had two sets of brothers on the team each of the last four years. Dion and Brandon Knelsen have skated with Dustin and Bryant Molle for the last three years, and skated with Aaron and Jeff Lee four years ago.

I believe the 2007-08 season started with the Knelsen, Molle, and the Lee brothers all skating together. Jeff Lee was probably Docís first casualty.

JTWRJW
01-28-2010, 09:02 AM
Does the NCAA have an answer for the success of eric, mark, and Jordan staal?

Do the Millers from MSU count?

Kip (1986-89), Kevin (1984-86), Kelly (1981-84)

UMZero
01-28-2010, 12:46 PM
Maine HAD three pretty good brothers but with NO Overlap
Paul 92 - 94
Steve 95 - 99
Martin 99 - 03

the eldest probably had the most talent.

Oh! I forgot to mention their last name ... Kariya ;)

redeagle
01-28-2010, 05:15 PM
Besides the Davises, Miami has had Pat and Tim Leahy and Jaan and Scott Luik who played together. Not sure but I think both Harkins brothers (Todd and I can't remember the other name) played together, but couldbe wrong about that. On the current team, Reilly Smith is the younger brother of Brendan Smith of Wisconsin.

Although Nate Davis got the attention, Matt Davis was a heck of a good player for Miami.

buoldtimer
01-28-2010, 06:39 PM
Last year at BU the Gilroy brothers... in that case the older was the much more accomplished player. Also the Saponari brothers, in their case the younger seems to be the more dominant player.

Also at BU...

Terry Meagher and Rick Meagher for 3 seasons, and then Rick Meagher and Tony Meagher for 1 season.

Scott and Steve Shaughnessy

Kris and Kurt Werner

Joe and David Sacco


Non-overlapping brothers...

Jay and Mike Pandolfo

Mike Lagarde (early '70's) and Denis Lagarde (early '80's)

Mike and Mark Fidler

Scott and Bob Lachance

Bob and Jerry Gryp

Clark and Pete Donatelli

Greg Ambrose
01-28-2010, 08:22 PM
UNH has had many players who've had brothers play for other ncaa teams. In recent years, UNH had Colin and Brett Hemingway. Colin was a the far better player as the older brother. They also had Greg Collins who was the younger brother of BC's Chris Collins. Chris(older) was an all-american at BC while Greg was mostly a checking line player for UNH. James van Riemsdyk just left UNH after his sophomore year to sign with Philly and has had a solid rookie campaign. His younger brother, Trevor just committed to UNH for the fall of 2011 and is far less heralded than his older brother. Jay Camper, younger brother of Miami's Carter Camper, is also committed to UNH.
Currently playing for UNH with brothers who have also played in the ncaa are Matt Campanale (brother Chris just finished playing for AIC, Scott Pavelski (brother Joe played for Wisconsin), Blake Kessel (brother Phil played for Minnesota).

We also just missed out on the Yandle brothers, Brian and Keith. Of course, it looks like Keith was NHL ready. Having a very productive year for the Coyotes, including two goals against Detroit the other night.

Beyond the Hemingways and the Haydars, a quick look at the media guide shows four other sets of brothers who played at UNH, although not together:
Andy Brickley '82 - All American, 11 years in the NHL, NHL analyst
Quintin Brickley '88 - 77 career points on some not so good UNH teams
Mike Burkhart '75 - UNH captain, pretty good defensive centerman
Scott Burkhart '81 - 6-13-19 in parts of two seasons
Gordie Clark '74 - UNH's first great, great player, All-American, cup of coffee in the NHL, NHL executive today. A god when I was a student
Gary Clark '80 - played just one season for UNH, from what I remember he was wicked homesick
Patrick Foley '04 - two time UNH captain, not productive but, from all reports, very inspirational in the locker room. Some rumblings of controversy though.
Brian Foley '06 - got into three games over three years. I remember one was when Umile suspended 8 guys after a Red Sox rally went sour. Nice kid from a solid family.

Interesting stuff. I am still waiting for UNH's first father/son combination. Have had a few chances over the years with Bill Beaney's kid (Princeton), Bruce Crowder (UMass & NU), Jon Fontas (Lowell) and Ralph Cox (Brown), but for whatever reason (it's usually a talent issue, or maybe the kid wants nothing to do with following in dad's footsteps), it hasn't happened.

Nice topic.