Colin Paterson (Clarkson/Calgary)
Tony Esposito (Montreal 1969)
Originally Posted by aparch
I love the "UA_" comment. When I see it, I think of re-runs of Match Game, and Gene Rayburn going "U, A, Blank... UA blank"
"According to NCAA, the (UAF) hockey team used ineligible players in every game played from the 2007-08 season to the 2010-11 season. Over that span, the wins and ties will all become losses. 4 wins and 2 ties came against rival UAA".
UAF is 56-86-12 vs. UAA.
15 Badger alums on the Cup, plus, of course, Badger Bob Johnson.
The first was (now retired Sharks VP) goalie Wayne Thomas in '73 with the Habs.
First multi-Cup winner was Brian Engblom ('77-'79) also with the Habs.
Last was Justin Schultz with the Penguins.
Eveleth Hockey First 50 Years 1903 - 1952 page, while Wikipedia has him playing 8 games for the AHA Chicago Shamrocks in 1930-31 on their page on him and the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame, on their Bio page for him, states he played for the Rangers, an amateur club, while attending Eveleth Junior College after playing three years for Eveleth High School. The early NCAA Ice Hockey Rules and Official Ice Hockey Guides from the period have many photos of both college and high school teams, which I as far as I can determine are from the previous season. The 1929-30 guide has the Eveleth High School team photo with Mike Karakas front and center (and team captain according to the caption) and the 1930-31 guide has photos of both the Eveleth Junior College and High School teams, but he is not in either photo. Based on the photos and other information I have found it appears highly unlikely he played for the Eveleth Junior College team, but instead played for the Rangers and then the Chicago Shamrocks.
14 North Dakota products on the Cup.
1st: Gord Sherven ('84 Oilers)
Most recent: Carter Rowney ('17 Penguins)
Most frequent: Jonathan Toews (3 times, '10, '13' and '15 Blackhawks)
National Champions: 1959, 1963, 1980, 1982, 1987, 1997, 2000, 2016
Current rules (clubs submit a list) would no doubt have had both of them on. Davis Drewiske was with the Kings all year but only appeared in 9 games. He's on the Cup.
So--> 14 Badgers, PLUS Badger Bob. Brian Engblom is the first in '78.
To the original question, unless I goofed, Miami alums in the playoffs include these 8:
Kuraly, Wingels - Boston
Martinez - LA
Belpedio - Minnesota
Coleman, Greene, NJ,
R Smith - Las Vegas
Roslovic - Winnepeg
that'd be Mike McPhee. Pretty sure he's the only one too.
Class of '93
16 years at Section 9, Row D, Seats 1-4
Boston College - 12
Brian Boyle, NJ
Brian Gibbons, NJ
Jimmy Hayes, NJ
Miles Wood, NJ
Ben Lovejoy, NJ * transferred from BC to another school after frosh season
Cory Schneider, NJ
Brian Gionta, Boston
Brooks Orpik, Washington
Cam Atkinson, Columbus
Brian Dumoulin, Pitt
Alex Tuch, Las Vegas
Patrick Eaves, Anaheim
'Eavesdropped the BC forum in USCHO. A range of intellects over there. Mostly gentlemen, but a couple of coarse imbeciles' - academic_index, a Brown fan
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