Vol. XXIII, No. 1 May 2002
By: Earl Zukerman, earl.zukerman@mcgill.ca
(514) 398-7012 (phone), (514) 398-1956 (fax)
McGill Athletics, 475 Pine W.,
Montreal, Que. H2W 1S4

FMH Golf tourney at Beaconsfield on June 3

The annual alumni golf tournament for the Friends of McGill Hockey and
Football groups, is scheduled to be played at the private Beaconsfield Golf
Club on Monday, June 3, 2002. For the third straight year, the format will
pit the Hockey Friends vs. the Football Friends.

The format has proven to be so popular that we were sold out in each of the
last two years with 108 golfers at Kanawaki in 2000 and 120 participants at
Beaconsfield last year.

The cost of the day is an all-inclusive $200, including greens fees, golf
carts, lunch, libations at the ninth hole, dinner, cocktails and prizes. The
pre-event luncheon will begin at 12 noon, followed by a shotgun start at 1
p.m. Supporters interested in sponsoring a hole can do so for only $250.

Contact head coach Martin Raymond at (514) 398-7006 for more information.

Burgess wins Bobby Bell trophy at FMH Awards Banquet

The McGill Redmen officially closed out their 126th season with the annual
Friends of McGill Hockey awards banquet held at La Brasserie Molson on April

Redmen alumnus Dick Irvin did an outstanding job as keynote speaker and said
that it was hard to believe that half a century had passed since he played
for the Red & White. He wondered out loud how many people in the room would
return to the banquet in another 50 years!

Irvin sat at a table that had a number of his former teammates, including
Norm Lupovich and Eric Appleby, who drove in from Toronto and Fredericton,
respectively, for the event. Other contemporaries from that era included
Jack Lynch, Charlie Hayward and Don Ross.

Among the awards handed out was the Bobby Bell Memorial trophy as most
valuable player on the team. The honour went -- for the second straight year
-- to captain David Burgess, an all-conference centre from Crystal City,

Senior David Bahl, an all-star defenceman from Drummondville, Que., received
the annual Molson Cup, given to the player with the most three-star

Freshman right winger Greg LeBlanc of Levis, Que., received the Friends of
McGill Hockey trophy as rookie of the year.

Mark Debusschere, a first-year left winger from Stoughton, Sask., won the
Bert Fyon Trophy as the team¹s most improved player.

In addition, all 23 Redmen players received ceramic McGill hockey mugs while
the two graduating seniors ­ assistant captain David Bahl, and centre
Patrick Bilodeau of Joliette, Que., each received a McGill tie from the
Alumni Association, plus a laminated photo portrait and their game jerseys.

Three other seniors, including goaltender Murray Cobb of Roxboro, Que.,
forward Jocelyn Perreault of Drummondville, Que., and defenceman Matthew
Singerman of Montreal, are all expected to return for another season.

Burgess, a 24-year-old commerce senior, led the league in assists and
finished tied for fourth in the OUA scoring race with 12-28-40 in 24 regular
season games. Overall, the 5-foot-11, 176-pound forward had 14 goals and 44
points in 31 contests, leading the team in points, assists, plus-minus,
power play goals, winning goals, tying goals and shots on net. In the
classroom, he earned Royal Bank Academic All-Canadian status, accorded to
student athletes who obtain a minimum average over 80 per cent. Burgess,
who played for the OUA all-star team in December, was also the conference
nominee for the Randy Gregg trophy, presented annually to a Canadian
university hockey player who best combines academics and community service.

Bahl, a three-time all-conference rearguard, received honourable mention in
the All-Canadian voting. He was tied for the third among OUA defencemen in
points with a 4-19-23 record in 24 regular-season games. The 25-year-old
physical education major had three power play goals and two game-winners.
For the third consecutive year, he was selected (along with Burgess) to play
for the OUA all-star team in a pair of exhibition games against the Canadian
national junior team last December. Bahl will graduate this spring as the
third highest-scoring defenceman in McGill history with a career total of
22-88-110 in 138 games overall.

LeBlanc, a 5-foot-10, 195-pound forward from the Merritt Centennials of the
B.C. Junior Hockey League, was named to the OUA All-rookie team and the OUA
East rookie of the year. He was second on the Redmen with 28 points
(14-14-28) in 24 league games. Overall, the 21-year-old economics freshman
had 16 goals and 32 points in 32 contests. He led the team in scoring
percentage, tied for the lead in first goals, was second in shots on net,
second in power play goals and second in game-winners (2).

Debusschere, had five goals and 11 points in 28 games overall. A finance
freshman, he also had two power play markers, scored the game-winning goal
in an 8-5 win at Concordia and assisted on two other game-winners. The
21-year-old rookie from the Flin Flon Bombers of the Saskatchewan Junior
Hockey League also racked up a team-high of 12 hits in the season-opening
4-4 tie at UQTR.


Dear Friends,

We are trying to get a head start on the 2002-03 season. The Redmen
schedule has been announced (see elsewhere in this newsletter) and the team
has returned to having interlocking league games with the OUA Far West
Division, which is now composed of Guelph, Western, Wilfrid Laurier and

The McGill Department of Athletics is under increasing budgetary constraints
and this necessarily effects the Redmen. The new schedule will add several
thousand dollars to the Redmen budget for travelling expenses and FMH is
exploring ways of working with the Department to help ease this burden.

Aside from meeting current needs, we must also address the long term
viability of the men's hockey program. As such, a Redmen Hockey Endowment
Fund is an idea whose time is long overdue. Funding for student-athletes is
an objective that would be ripe for such a fund. One of the suggestions
tabled is to name such a fund in honour of a distinguished alumnus. We
welcome your input on all aspects of this project. The expectation is that
we shall be in a position to make a detailed announcement next season.

With respect to alumni relations, Brent Bannerman has agreed to be our
point- man in the USA with alumni located there and we are pleased to
welcome him aboard. His enthusiasm is boundless and his can-do attitude is

Also, the new and improved McConnell Arena lobby and Alumni Lounge will
reflect McGill's long hockey tradition and the planning of the Redmen
dressing room benefactor wall is continuing.

Moving forward on the heels of our extremely successful promotion for the
Corey Cup game last year (the event was a virtual sell-out at McConnell
Arena according to the "Pearl"), FMH is planning on implementing much more
for the upcoming season on the marketing and promotion side.

On the recruiting trail, Coach Raymond has been through Quebec, Ontario and
out west and is working hard to improve the team.

FMH is determined to do our part to push the Redmen hockey program to the
next level, on and off the ice. As always, your interest is critical each
step along the way. We look forward to conquering the new and recurring
challenges together.


Mike Nelson
Friends of McGill Hockey


Dear Friends of McGill Hockey,

As the Redmen coach, I saw many signs of improvement this past season.
On the ice, we went from ten wins last season to 13 this year. We showed
better depth and fought hard for first place all season, ending 3 points shy
of the top.

Off the ice, fundraising was strong and contribution from recently graduated
Alumni added some strength to our faithful Friends of McGill Hockey members.
Alumni and parents attendance at Redmen games improved as well, as our new
Arena Lounge was put to good use. Thanks to strong promotion efforts from
FMH, we were able to have a "full house" crowd for the Corey Cup game played
at McGill in January. All in all, the feeling is one that we are moving in
the right direction with our Redmen Hockey program.

And for this, I thank those who have been supporting our efforts this year.
And I encourage those who haven't, to send money or donate some of their
time to help us create an environment of excellence for our
student-athletes. Even though our off-ice strength has improved through the
years, we need even more support to bring this team were it should be: The
best university hockey program in the country.

As you are getting ready for your golf season (should it not be already
under way), remember to sign-up for our golf tournament, schedulled for this
coming June 3, 2002. I look forward to seeing you there, or seeing you
support in any way, shape or form.


Martin Raymond

Head Coach,
McGill Redmen,
(514) 398-7006 (office),

McGill men met Oxford at McConnell

A team composed of current and past members of the McGill Redmen defeated
the University of Oxford Blues 14-1 in a historic exhibition hockey game on
Jan. 10, 2002. The contest, played at McConnell Arena, featured two of the
oldest operating hockey teams in the world. McGill ‹ the world¹s longest
operating hockey squad ‹ dates back to 1877. The Oxford Blues, on tour from
England, were founded in 1885.

The Hockey Hall of Fame, which currently displays a jersey from each team,
has requested the puck from the first faceoff, to go along with the official

François Olivier led the Redmen alumni with three goals and one assist.
Carl Bastien also had a hat-trick and an assist.

Scott Giroux, a current Redmen defenceman from Weyburn, Sask., tallied
twice. Other McGill marksmen included current coach Martin Raymond, plus
Martin Routhier, David Grenier, Dave Gourde, Paul Grech and Benoit Leroux.

Patrick Kelly, the son of NHL Hall-of-Fame inductee Red Kelly, had two

McGill outshot Oxford, which dressed five Canadians in their lineup, by a
57-11 margin as current Redmen goaltender Luc Vaillancourt, a draft pick of
the Anaheim Mighty Ducks, made 10 saves for the victory.

There was only one penalty called in the game, a bench minor to McGill for
too many men.

Among the others to suit up for the team coached by Mike Nelson was Stephane
Marcoux (in town from Columbia where he owns a sporting goods company) ,
plus defencemen André Plourde and François Pilon.

The Blues have had many illustrious members go onto to fame, including Prime
Minister Lester B. Pearson, plus Governor General Roland Michener and
long-time NHL president Clarence Campbell.

McGill, often referred to as the birthplace of hockey, has had 12 of its
former players go on to be inducted in the Hockey Hall of Fame, including
Frank and Lester Patrick.

Older but wiser Chiefs won AHL title, again!

The McGill Alumni Hockey League ended with a familiar refrain in 2002...
"The older they get, the better they become!"

For the seventh time since the league was formed in 1987-88, Mike Nelson's
Chiefs walked away with the AHL championship trophy. They laid in the weeds
with a second-place finish, but came on strong in the playoffs and upset the
first-place Altos squad 7-4 in the final.

Among the former Redmen on the winning team was goaltender Dan Gubiani, Dr.
Jay McMullan, François Pilon, Patrick (Red Dog) Kelly, Carl Bastien and
David Boucher. The remainder of the team was composed of Marc Boucher, Rob
McCendie, Mark Rathwell, Joe Tsai, Stephane Bourbonnais and Rick Burgos.

The Altos squad, sponsored by Altos Restaurant on Park Avenue, was captained
by goalie Stephane (Penguin) Fortin. Other ex-Redmen included Martin
Raymond, Stephane Angers, Chris Mandelos, David Grenier, Dave Gourde,
Mathieu Boisvert, André Plourde and ex-Redmen football player Louis

The Starter All-stars team finished third under the guidance of Greg Koegl.
Among the Redmen on his squad was goaltender Scott Taylor, Paul Grech,
Martin Routhier, Michel Carrier, Benoit Leroux and Rick Sauve.

The fourth-place Panthers, captained by Guillaume Belanger had a strong
finish in what was their first season in the AHL.

Backstopped by former Redmen goaltender coach Dino Dafniotis, they played
Alto's in the semifinal and lost the two-game, total goals final in a

Aside from some competitive hockey and good camraderie on Thursday nights at
McConnell Arena, the league serves as a means to employ a number of current
Redmen players as referees.

Among the current Redmen to benefit from employment in the league this past
season was David Burgess, Dave Bahl, Doug Orr, Daniel Jacob, Chad Blundy,
David Lizotte, Jocelyn Perreault, Joel Bergeron and Mark Debusschere.

Best wishes for a speedy recovery to Gavin Ross, honorary president of FMH,
who broke his wrist on a fall while visiting friends in Budapest...
Bryan Larkin, an All-Canadian rearguard with the Redmen in the mid 1980s,
has finally hung up his skates after a lengthy pro playing career in
England... Jamie Reeve, who won league MVP honours with the Redmen in
1987-88, has returned to Canada after a four-year coaching stint in Japan...
Stephane Angers is moving to Seattle to complete a post-doctorate degree at
the University of Washington... No doubt he will check out J.P. Darche
playing for the NFL's Seahawks... Speaking of the Darche family, Mathieu
Darche ended up with one goal and an assist in 14 NHL games... In the AHL,
he was third on the Syracuse Crunch in goals, fourth in points and sixth in
assists (with a 22 23-45 record in 63 AHL games)...
Greg Davis, in his first AHL season, had a 12-6-18 record in 57 contests
with the Worcester Icecats, a farm team of the St. Louis Blues...
Jamie Kompon, by the way, just completed his third season in St. Louis as a
video coach with the Blues...Tim Iannone recently moved into a new home in
Regina with his family; he is still co-owner with his father of Iannone's
Footwear in Regina...
Patrice Tremblay is still working on lowering his golf handicap in Pitt
Meadows, B.C., with wife Sandra Turbide (she is a former golf pro and shoots
low 70 scores on a regular basis). They are members of the Swan-e-Set Golf
Club, and teach in the public system in the Vancouver area... François
Lajeunesse and wife Valerie, hosted Coach Raymond for two nights on a recent
recruiting trip out west. François is employed as an engineer for Exxon in
Calgary... Paul (Skippy) Pulver and wife Paige also hosted the kindly old
coach when he arrived in Vancouver... Skippy, who practices law, also
organizes an oldtimers hockey league at UBC, and after a few stints in nets,
has decided to become a full-timer keeper!!!
Alex Magiotto who has lived in San Francisco for the past couple of years,
is in the midst of moving to Toronto with his wife. He works in the
technology business... A couple of ex-Redmen expecting to join the
fatherhood fraternity for the first time include Martin Laquerre and Marc
Luc Latulippe and family recently moved in a new house in Blainville on
Montreal's south shore... Luc still works for recreation department with
the city of Laval... Ex-captain Guy Boucher, now head coach of the Midget
AAA Lac St-Louis Lions had a successful campaign but fell in overtime in
Game 7 of the league semifinals against College Charles Lemoyne ­ the
eventual league and playoff champions...
Goalies Patrick Jeanson and Robert Bourbeau are both employed as engineers,
Jeanson is working in Denver, Colorado, while Bourbeau is situated in
Switzerland... Mike Bean, who practices law in the Kitchener-Waterloo
region, was spotted by our roving spy at a Kitchener Rangers game of the
OHL... "Beaner" has been doing some recruiting for the Redmen in Ontario...
Paul Grech recently received his helicopter pilot's license... "Grecker"
also plays for Greg Koegl's Starter All-stars in the alumni league and is
employed by Koegl at a travel business in Place du Canada... They organize
golf tours to courses around the world...
Todd Marcellus is back at his condo in Ottawa after a successful pro season
in Germany. He is married and has a young daughter; he plans on returning
to Germany to play pro again next year... "Marcie"is rumoured to be in a
foursome at our upcoming golf tournament (June 3), with Mark Shewfelt, Jamie
Sura of the Alumni League and former Redmen-turned RMC head coach Kelly
Benoit Leroux and Mathieu Boisvert are getting ready for their Chartered
Financial Analyst exam next month, which means that they will have completed
two of the three required stages... Leroux has a master's degree in finance
from UQAM while Boisvert earned his master's degree at the Université de
Sherbrooke and works as a senior analyst for HR Strategies Inc...
Gerry Prince is entering his eighth year as a sports writer with the
Edmonton Sun.


1. Who holds the McGill record for most points in a season overall with 94
in 38 games?
a) Pierre Gendron
b) Tim Iannone
c) Mario DeBenedictis
d) Mathieu Darche

2. Which member of the Redmen once played on a Memorial Cup championship
a) Mario DeBenedictis
b) Eric Appleby
c) Dick Irvin
d) Charlie Hayward

3. There have been 12 ex-McGill hockey players inducted to the Hockey Hall
of Fame. Name the only inductee among the following?
a) Jean Pronovost
b) Reggie Sinclair
c) Jack Gelineau
d) Dick Irvin

4. Which former Redmen player once left his post as an NHL coach and suited
up in nets for a Stanley Cup playoff game?
a) Art Ross
b) Lester Patrick
c) Jamie Kompon
d) George Burnett

5. Which one of the following Redmen team MVPs was also a team captain with
a) Whitey Schutz
b) Mike Richards
c) Luc Latulippe
d) Jamie Reeve

6. Which player holds the McGill record for the fastest goal from the start
of the game, scoring 19 seconds into the first period?
a) Ross Parsons
b) Dave Gourde
c) Luc Fournier
d) Stephane Angers

7. Which Redmen tough guy holds the McGill record for the most penalty
minutes in a game with 52?
a) Gilles Hudon
b) Dave Grenier
c) Mike Nelson
d) Bob O¹Reilly

8. Current captain David Burgess once scored four goals in a game as a
freshman. Who does he share this rookie record with?
a) Benoit Leroux
b) Mario DeBenedictis
c) Martin Raymond
d) Russ McConnell

9. Which Redmen player holds the McGill record for most career assists by a
a) Gilles Hudon
b) Mike Babcock
c) Alain Cusson
d) Martin Routhier

10. Name the Redmen player who¹s father performed the ceremonial faceoff as
McGill team captain when McConnell Winter Stadium officially opened in 1956?
a) Jay McMullan
b) Jack Lynch
c) Len Sigurdson
d) Frank Shaughnessy

(answers BELOW)


1. Pierre Gendron in 1996-97

2. Eric Appleby, Montreal Royals, 1948-49

3. Dick Irvin, media section, 1988

4. Lester Patrick, at the age of 44, played 46 minutes in nets for the NY
Rangers in 1928. He allowed one goal against (after an injury to his
starting goalie Lorne Chabot).

5. Whitey Schutz (who is also an owner of Le Brasserie Manoir ‹ one of the
best and busiest establishments on the island of Montreal)

6. Stephane Angers scored 19 seconds into a game vs. Queen¹s on Feb. 2, 1996

7. Mike Nelson in a game vs. Repentigny on Sept. 27, 1981

8. Benoit Leroux scored four goals in a game at Toronto on Nov. 13, 1993.

9. Martin Routhier racked up 108 career assists.

10. Dr. Jay McMullan (son of Dr. Jack McMullan)

The Friends of McGill Hockey alumni support group would like to thank the
following supporters who have contributed to McGill Redmen Hockey between
June 30, 2001 and May 3, 2002. Please let us know if there are any
omissions from this list.

Stephane Angers
Eric Appleby
Mr. & Mrs. Bahl
Terry Bangen
Brent Bannerman
Carl Bastien
Michael Bean
Mathieu Boisvert
Yves Bolduc
Alain Bond
Lynn Bookalam
Stephen Brayne
Dr. Bob Brodrick
Ed Bruton
Chris Bryant
Mike Buffone
Craig Burrows
Dan Burrows
Bob Buttars
Scott Campbell
Warren Chippindale
John Chomay
Douglas Cobb
Ken Covo
Richard Currie
Mathieu Darche
Edouard Darche
Robert Davis
Mario De Benedictis
Jean Dionne
Dr. Tony Dobell
Bob Dubeau
Lucille Ducharme
Stephane Ducharme
William Duke
Tim Dunn
Edmond Eberts
Mike Farmer
Louis-Simon Ferland
Dr. David Flam
Dr. Gregory Frazer
Fraser Gamble
Ian Gamble
Pierre Gendron
Paul Grech
Dave Gourde
James Grant
David Grenier
Dan Gubiani
Dr. George Hale
John Harris
Doug Harrison
Charlie Hayward
Dr. Ross Hill
Dick Irvin
Richard Jablonski
George Jamieson
Debra Johnson
Patrick (Red Dog) Kelly
David Kerr
Greg Koegl
Benoit Lafleur
Charlie Lafontaine
François Lajeunesse
Marc Lajeunesse
Daniel Lamirande
Bryan Larkin
JP Leblanc
J. Lenkov
Benoit Leroux
Norm Lupovich
Jack Lynch
Rod McCarthy
Dan McClean
Len McDougall
Dr. Jay McMullan
Benoit Menard
Steve Mendelssohn
Brian Miller
Stephen Molson
André Moncel
David Moritsugu
Mike Nelson
Robert Nelson
Kelly Nobes
François Olivier
John Palmer
Ross Parsons
John Patrick
Gary Peacock
Mr. & Mrs. Perreault
Jean Pronovost
André Plourde
Bernard Quinlan
Benoit Rajotte
Martin Raymond
J.P. Raymond
Jamie Reeve
Dr. Greg Reid
Stephen Riby
Michael Richards
Alain Robichaud
Barry Ross
Don Ross
Gavin Ross
Martin Routhier
Robert Russell
Whitey Schutz
Desmond Senior
Michael Shell
Robert Stastny
David Taylor
Jordy Tedford
Mike Teolis
Michael Thomassin
Patrice Tremblay
Ken Tyler
Marc Vigneault
Todd Winquist
Mike Zinay
Earl Zukerman

2002-03 REDMEN HOCKEY SCHEDULE (tentative)

Sat., Oct. 5 at TBA @ TBA*
Sun., Oct. 6 at TBA @ TBA*
Sat., Oct. 12 at TBA vs TBA*
Sun., Oct. 13 at TBA vs TBA*
Sat., Oct. 19 at 7:30 pm vs Ottawa
Fri., Oct. 25 at 7:00 pm at UQTR
Sun., Oct. 27 at 7:30 pm vs Concordia
Fri., Nov. 1 at 8:00 pm vs Queen's
Sat., Nov. 2 at 7:30 pm vs RMC
Fri., Nov. 8 at 7:00 pm at Toronto
Sat., Nov. 9 at 2:00 pm at Ryerson
Fri., Nov. 15 at 7:00 pm vs Brock
Sat., Nov. 16 at 7:00 pm vs WLU
Sat., Nov. 23 at 7:00 pm at York
Sun., Nov.24 at 7:00 pm at Guelph
Sat., Nov. 30 at 7:00 pm at Ottawa
Sun., Dec. 1 at 7:00 pm vs UQTR
Mon., Jan. 6 at 7:30 pm at RMC
Fri., Jan. 10 at 7:30 pm vs Ryerson
Sat., Jan. 11 at 7:00 pm vs Toronto
Fri., Jan. 17 at 7:30 pm vs Ottawa
Fri., Jan. 24 at 7:30 pm at Concordia
Sun., Jan. 26 at 7:00 pm vs UQTR
Fri., Jan. 31 at 8:00 pm at UQTR
Sat., Feb. 1 at 7:00 pm vs Concordia
Sat., Feb. 8 at 7:30 pm at Queen's
Fri., Feb.14 at 7:30 pm at Concordia
Sun., Feb.16 at 2:00 pm at Ottawa
Feb. 18-23 (best-of-3 div. semifinal)
Feb. 25 - Mar. 3 (best-of-3 div. final)
Mar. 8-9 (OUA Final Four)
Mar. 11-13 (OUA Wild Card Playoff Series)
Mar. 20-23 (CIS championship)

*non-conference games

2001-02 Redmen Schedule & Results

Sat., Oct. 6 WON 5-1 @ Connecticut*
Sun., Oct. 7 Lost 1-3 @ Sacred Heart*
Sat., Oct. 13 Lost 2-3 vs Western*
Sun., Oct. 14 WON 2-1 vs Concordia*
Fri., Oct. 19 Lost 1-5 @ Dartmouth*
Sat., Oct. 20 WON 6-3 vs RMC*
Fri., Oct. 26 TIED 4-4 OT @ UQTR
Sun., Oct. 28 Lost 1-4 ENG @ Concordia
Sat., Nov. 3 WON 4-0 @ Queen's
Sun., Nov. 4 Lost 1-3 @ RMC
Fri., Nov. 9 Lost 2-5 ENG vs Ryerson
Sat., Nov. 10 TIED 3-3 OT vs Toronto
Fri., Nov. 16 WON 5-2 @ Brock
Sat., Nov. 17 WON 5-3 ENG @ WLU
Fri., Nov. 23 WON 9-3 vs York
Sat., Nov. 24 WON 3-1 vs Guelph
Sat., Dec. 1 Lost 1-4 vs Ottawa
Sat., Jan. 5 WON 4-2 @ Ryerson
Sun., Jan. 6 WON 4-1 @ Toronto
Sat., Jan. 12 WON 3-1 @ Ottawa
Sun., Jan. 13 WON 8-5 @ Concordia
Sat., Jan. 19 Lost 1-3 vs Concordia
Sun., Jan. 20 WON 5-4 vs UQTR
Fri., Jan. 25 WON 2-1 @ UQTR
Fri., Feb. 1 WON 6-3 (ENG) vs Queen's
Sat., Feb. 2 Lost 3-4 vs RMC
Wed., Feb. 6 Lost 1-4 vs Concordia
Sat., Feb. 9 Lost 0-2 (ENG) @ Ottawa
Sat., Feb. 16 Lost 3-4 vs UQTR
Sat., Feb. 17 WON 2-0 vs Ottawa
OUA FAR EAST Best-of-3 divisional semifinal:
Wed., Feb. 20 Lost 0-2 @ UQTR
Sat., Feb. 23 Lost 1-2 vs UQTR

*non-conference games
ENG (empty-net goal)
OT (overtime)
Home games in bold print
*non-conference games
ENG (empty-net goal)
OT (overtime)


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