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    Graduates on the Cup

    Can you list the graduates (vs. attendees) of an individual U.S. college or university who have their names on the Stanley Cup? The bragging rights would be interesting, but the information is hard to come by.
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    Re: Graduates on the Cup

    I want to know? Is every college have at least one alum on the cup? What about coaches, trainers, owners, and equipment managers?

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    Re: Graduates on the Cup

    Who has the most or only one? Lists?

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    DU, if somehow Pittsburgh wins the Cup this year, rookie Beau Bennett would get his name on it. Not looking good for the Pens right now.

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    Re: Graduates on the Cup

    If the refs fully understood that Brett Hull's foot was in the crease, Jo Juneau very well could have been on there.

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    Re: Graduates on the Cup

    Quote Originally Posted by du78 View Post
    DU, if somehow Pittsburgh wins the Cup this year, rookie Beau Bennett would get his name on it. Not looking good for the Pens right now.

    https://letsgodu.blogspot.com/2011/06...-cup-ties.html
    Looking pretty friggen good for the Boston Bruins though. Yay!

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    Re: Graduates on the Cup

    Of Frank Brimsek, Bret Hedican, Matt Cullen, and Joe Motzko, only Motzko actually graduated from St. Cloud State.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlagDUDE08 View Post
    If the refs fully understood that Brett Hull's foot was in the crease, Jo Juneau very well could have been on there.
    RPI does have Mike McPhee on the cup.

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    Re: Graduates on the Cup

    For a hockey player having your name on the Stanley Cup is the ultimate goal. Alumni of colleges and universities have a right to be proud of the accomplishments of their fellows, and maybe even to brag about them. Cheeto bandiditos on this site either are not proud of the greatest hockey achievements by their school's graduates or they don't think graduation from "their" school is important.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pink Pony View Post
    I want to know? Is every college have at least one alum on the cup? What about coaches, trainers, owners, and equipment managers?
    I know both UAA and UAF have alums on the Cup. There might be a few schools that do not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Exiled One View Post
    Of Frank Brimsek, Bret Hedican, Matt Cullen, and Joe Motzko, only Motzko actually graduated from St. Cloud State.
    Motzko has a ring, but I don't think his name is on the Cup.
    Don't think he had enough games played to automatically qualify and I don't think the team put him on there.

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    Re: Graduates on the Cup

    Quote Originally Posted by Osorojo View Post
    [self-evident tautology, reaction to which is contrued by me as] either [outlandish possibility one] or [outlandish possibility two]
    Have you ever noticed how frequently you offer up an "either / or" scenario in which the best reply is "neither"?

    not every situation in life is bi-variate, you know.

    That's a fairly basic rhetorical trick. You can do better if you put your mind to it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FreshFish View Post
    Have you ever noticed how frequently you offer up an "either / or" scenario in which the best reply is "neither"?

    not every situation in life is bi-variate, you know.

    That's a fairly basic rhetorical trick. You can do better if you put your mind to it.
    An even more common rhetorical evasion is to answer a question with a question, as you have. If "neither" is the answer please suggest a third (or fourth . . . ) alternative. Put your mind to it.

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    Re: Graduates on the Cup

    I'll play. Off the top of my head...
    Rob Scuderi, Boston College (1997-2001), 2001 NCAA Champion, 2009 Pittsburgh Penquins Stanley Cup, 2012 LA Kings Stanley Cup
    Brian Gionta, Boston College (1997-2001), 2001 NCAA Champion, 2003 New Jersey Devils Stanley Cup

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    Re: Graduates on the Cup

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    If the refs fully understood that Brett Hull's foot was in the crease, Jo Juneau very well could have been on there.
    But, they didn't so Tony Hrkac got his name on there instead.
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    Re: Graduates on the Cup

    From Mankato, only Ryan Carter as far as I know.
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    Re: Graduates on the Cup

    Jim Dowd played four years for LSSU from 1987-1991 and then won the Stanley Cup with New Jersey in 1995.
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    Re: Graduates on the Cup

    Quote Originally Posted by FlagDUDE08 View Post
    If the refs fully understood that Brett Hull's foot was in the crease, Jo Juneau very well could have been on there.
    It was just his TOE that was in the goalie crease.
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    I cannot confirm, but Pietrangelo played the 2nd most games at G at 25 in 91. McAlpine is another possibility in '95.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1991_Stanley_Cup_Finals
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1995_Stanley_Cup_Finals

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    Re: Graduates on the Cup

    For St. Lawrence

    Bill Torrey (4)
    Ray Shero (2)
    Mike Keenan (1)
    Rich Peverley (1)

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