Vol. XXIV, No. 1 December 2003
By: Earl Zukerman, earl.zukerman@mcgill.ca
(514) 398-7012 (phone), (514) 398-1956 (fax)
McGill Athletics, 475 Pine W.,
Montreal, Que. H2W 1S4

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2003-04 FMH EXECUTIVE
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President: Mike Nelson
Hon. President: Gavin Ross
Hon. Captain: Dr. Ross Hill
VP Social: Martin Routhier
VP Memberships: David Gourde
VP Finance: Benoit Leroux
VP Homecoming: Mathieu Boisvert
Treasurer: David Grenier
Parent rep: Ed Darche
Ex-officio: Martin Raymond
Website: Matt Humes
Newsletter: Earl Zukerman

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Outlook for 128th Season of Hockey at McGill
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As the McGill men’s hockey team embarks upon their 128th season, Martin Raymond returns for his ninth year as the all-time winningest coach behind the Redmen bench.

Last year, UQTR (20-2-2) finished first in the OUA Far East and went on to win the 2003 CIS national championship. McGill ended up second with a 16-6-2 mark, followed by Ottawa (13-9-2) and last-place Concordia (9-13-2).

The Redmen participated in post-season play for the 18th time in 20 years but was surprised by Ottawa in the best-of-three divisional semifinal series, losing 3-2 at home and 3-2 at Ottawa in double overtime.

This year, the Redmen will have to compensate for the departure of seven veterans. Among the key losses was high-scoring centre David Burgess (30GP: 13-39-52) and LW Paul Theriault (21GP: 13-9-22).

On the blueline, all-star rearguard David Lizotte (29GP: 9-15-24) has graduated along with defensive stalwarts Adam Shell (31GP: 6-18-24) and Scott Giroux (24GP: 0-3-3).

In nets, the team has lost all-star Luc Vaillancourt (14-5-1, 2.08 GAA, .926 SAVE%, 3 SHO) and trusty veteran Murray Cobb (5-5-1, 3.36, .882).

Heading the list of McGill returnees is captain Bruno Lemire, a feisty, 5-foot-5, 160-pound centre from the Hull Olympiques (QMJHL), who finished second on the team in scoring last year with 9-27-36 in 31 games overall.

Senior RW Joel Bergeron, a 6-foot-2, 200-pound native of Smooth Rock Falls, Ont., is expected to have a breakout season. He was fourth in team scoring last year with 12-13-25 in 31 games.

Junior LW Greg LeBlanc (31GP: 12-14-26), who played hurt most of last year, is not expected back before January as he is still recuperating from off-season shoulder surgery.

The only other returning senior up front is fifth-year RW Jocelyn Perreault (31GP: 2-7-9), a law student from Drummondville, Que.

Fast-skating junior RW Doug Orr, a nephew of NHL Hall-of-Famer Bobby Orr, will be counted upon to pick up some of the scoring load after posting a 5-12-17 record in 30 games. Other returning juniors include LW Mark Debusschere and C Pierre-Antoine Paquet.

Among the returning sophomores is RW Sébastien Langlois (27GP: 8-6-14), who is coming off a fine freshman campaign where he was named as both the team's rookie of the year and most improved player. Also back is sophomore Ken Davis, a 6-foot-4, 210-pound right-winger from Calgary, who earned OUA all-rookie honours last year after scoring nine goals and 18 points in 31 games. Davis came from Prince George (WHL) and was a 1999 draft pick of the Detroit Red Wings.

Other returning sophomores include C Benoit Martin (30GP: 6-10-16), and RW Michael Kosiuk (24GP: 3-3-6).

Among the freshmen to watch for is Lucas Madill, a son of former Redmen head coach Herb Madill.

On the blueline, key returning seniors include Daniel Jacob (21GP: 3-2-5, 87 PIMs), Alex Pagé (29GP: 2-12-14) and Chad Blundy (28GP: 3-2-5). Also back are sophomore rearguards Rheal Guenette, Christian Bolding and Pierre-Olivier Gosselin.

In nets, freshman Patrice Godin of Val d’Or, Que., an all-star for the Portage Terriers of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League last year, will be challenged by Stephane Beaudoin a second-year medical student from Montreal, and senior Kim St-Pierre, the Canadian Olympian who is bidding to become the first woman to make the Redmen.

St-Pierre, a 5-foot-9, 155-pound native of Chateauguay, Que., was named McGill female athlete of the year last season after captured the Brodrick trophy as the most outstanding women’s hockey player in the nation.

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A NOTE FROM THE PRESIDENT OF FMH
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Dear Friends,

Thanks for all your support of the 2002-03 Redmen during the past season. The game attendance has increased dramatically because of promotions that germinated from FMH in conjunction with enthusiastic support from Arash Madani and Jonathan Levey, the promotions and development officers, respectively, for the McGill Athletics’ Dept. They are a breath of fresh air with a "can do" attitude. We look forward to working with them and to many more sell-outs in the upcoming season.

A schedule of events for the 2003-04 campaign is listed in this newsletter as well as on the Redmen Hockey website (www.redmenhockey.com), so that you will be able to include us in your fall calendar. We are working harder than ever to tantalize you to attend some Redmen games, plus the Alumni Homecoming Week end (Oct. 25/03), the year-end FMH Awards Banquet (April 23/04) and the June golf tournament (in conjunction with the football alumni).

I am pleased to report that you now have an opportunity to purchase Redmen Hockey Season tickets, which include $100 for pre-season and regular season games (including parking on Middlefield in front of arena)

Our challenge to find funding for student-athletes is now upon us. Get ready! Hope you had a great summer and we look forward to seeing you in the fall. I encourage you to visit McConnell Arena and tour the refurbished Redmen dressing room.

Sincerely,

Mike Nelson
President
Friends of McGill Hockey

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Coach's Corner with Martin Raymond
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Dear Friends of McGill Hockey,

I trust that this newsletter finds you in good health. As you know, the health of McGill's hockey program is our focus 12 months a year so here is an update on where we stand.

On the ice over the past three seasons, we have improved our regular season record from 10-11-3 to 13-9-2 and to a 16-6-2 second-place finish last season. The 16 victories were the third higest total in McGill history. We showed better depth and fought hard all season, but were disheartened to lose the best-of-three divisional semifinal series to Ottawa in double overtime.

Off the ice, fundraising was up and new contributions from recent graduates were a welcome addition to our long-standing core of loyal FMH members. Attendance from students, alumni and player's parents at McConnell Arena improved as our newly decorated Alumni Lounge was put to good use. Some hard work from the FMH Executive, in conjunction with Arash Madani, McGill's new Athletics promotions officer, resulted in a number of "full house" crowds, including the Carnival game last January.

Thanks to your financial and volunteer support, recruiting has also been productive this summer with seven recruits commited to McGill for the coming season. FMH members have been instrumental again in the recruiting process, as our coaching staff has contacted some outstanding student-athletes across the country, with recruits committed from Gaspé, Que., to Alberta, including a number of players from the Quebec and Ontario Tier 2 junior leagues.

My recruiting trips have been aided by the hospitality of a number of former Redmen players, including Brent Bannerman and Joel Sitak while scouting prep schools in Boston and by François Lajeunesse and David Huck, who were very accomodating during my stay in Calgary. Also, George Burnett, head coach and GM of the Guelph Storm, was very supportive of our efforts to make in-roads for potential recruits in the OHL.

In closing, I would like to invite you to our upcoming FMH Homecoming Weekend, Oct. 25. There will be two alumni games with a buffet-style meal in the Alumni Lounge. The theme this season will be to encourage Redmen team reunions from the past six decades, focussing on the teams from 1933-34, 1943-44, 1953-54, 1963-64, 1973-74, 1983-84, and 1993-94. It will no doubt be a great opportunity for everyone to reminisce about the good old days and to be part of the great days ahead.

Sincerely,

Martin Raymond
(514) 398-7006 (office)
martin.raymond@mcgill.ca

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New look website
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The McGill Athletics website (www.athletics.mcgill.ca) is being revamped with an exciting new, yet simple look by Openface Internet Inc., a company which was co-founded by ex-Redmen defenceman Martin Routhier. The new site is expected to be launched on Jan. 9, 2004.

You may also recall that last year, the Redmen hockey website was redesigned by McGill grad and computer whiz Charles Chang, under the guidance of ex-McGill goaltender Matt Humes. The site, which is also hosted by Openface, can be viewed at www.redmenhockey.com.

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Reggie Sinclair among inductees to McGill Sports Hall of Fame
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Right winger Reggie Sinclair, a native of Lachine, Que., who now resides in East Riverside, N.B., and Florida, is among seven inductees, slated to be enshrined into the McGill Sports Hall of Fame in October, increasing the total number of honourees to 59 since the Hall opened in 1996.

Sinclair captained the hockey Redmen and was voted MVP of the Senior Intercollegiate Hockey League in 1948-49, before going on to play three seasons in the National Hockey League with New York and Detroit. He played in two NHL all-star games (1951 and 1952).

The induction luncheon is scheduled for October 16, 2003 at the McGill Sports Centre on as part of the university’s Homecoming Week celebrations. A limited number of tickets are available at $50 each and can be reserved by calling (514) 398-7002. Anyone can obtain a nomination brochure from the Dept. of Athletics. More details at (www.athletics.mcgill.ca).

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New Benefactors Plaque erected in Redmen Locker Room
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Thanks to the stewardship of Dave Gourde, the much-anticipated FMH Benefactors of Distinction plaque has been installed inside the Redmen dressing room. It serves as an inspiration to the players and remind them that playing for the Redmen is not only a privilege but also a family effort. Since 2000, all donors of $500 or more in one year or $1,000 over four years have their name engraved on the plaque of distinction.

The inaugural benefactors include Warren Chippendale, Tim Dunn, Charlie Hayward, Dr. Ross Hill, Barry Ross, Dr. Greg Frazer, Bert Halliwell, Mike Nelson, Bert Hould, Gavin Ross, Marek Nesvadba, Ed Darche, Greg Davis, Mathieu Darche, Mark Reade, Michael Shell, François Olivier, Dick Irvin, Brent Bannerman, Doug Harrison and Len McDougall.

To join the list of supporters, contact Coach Martin Raymond.

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Bruno Lemire named new Redmen Captain
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Third-year centre Bruno Lemire, a native of Hull, Que., has been appointed team captain of the Redmen. The assistant captains will be seniors Daniel Jacob and Chad Blundy, plus junior Mark Debusschere.

Lemire, 22, is a hard-nosed centre who stands 5-foot-5 and weighs only 160 pounds. He was second on the team in scoring last season with 36 points, including nine goals, in 31 games overall.

Lemire capped the year off by winning the Guy Lafleur trophy, awarded annually to the Quebec university hockey player that best combines academics with athletic performance. He will receive a $6,000 bursary over three years. Lemire becomes the 10th McGill player in 19 years to win the Prix d’excellence Guy Lafleur. The second-year kinesiology major has earned a cumulative grade point average of 3.65.

Lemire was especially effective on special teams last year, where he was third among league leaders in PP points with 4-14-28 in 24 regular season games. He also led the team with four game-winning goals.

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Mathieu Darche inks pact with new NHL team
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As FMH News was going to press, we learned that Ex-Redmen star Mathieu Darche signed a free-agent contract with the NHL's Nashville Predators. He had split the last three seasons between Columbus (NHL) and their AHL farm club in Syracuse.

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Reports on 2003 FMH Golf Tourney
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The third annual Friends of McGill golf tourney, a joint fundraising venture between the hockey and football alumni support groups, was won by the hockey team for the third consecutive time.

The event, held on June 2 at Beaconsfield Golf Club for the second straight year, featured 77 golfers and 23 hole sponsors. The event generated over $3,000 for Redmen hockey.

Our heartfelt thanks go out to organizers Greg Koegl (hockey) and Wayne McRae (football), plus the many volunteers who helped make it the social event of the summer.

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Burgess named MVP at FMH Awards Banquet, signs pro pact in UHL
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The Redmen officially closed out their 127th season with the annual FMH awards banquet held inside the Bell centre at Le Mise au Jeu Restaurant on April 25.

Redmen alumnus Mathieu Darche, who led the AHL’s Syracuse Crunch in scoring last season with a 32-32-64 record in 76 games, served as the keynote speaker.

For the third consecutive season, captain David Burgess, an all-Canadian centre from Crystal City, Man., won the Bobby Bell Memorial trophy as MVP. Burgess signed a pro contract in March with the Muskegon Fury of the United Hockey League and was traded in September to the Adirondack IceHawks.
Senior Luc Vaillancourt, an all-star netminder from Lac St. Paul, Que., received the annual Molson Cup, given to the player with the most three-star selections.

Forward Sebastien Langlois of St. Catherine de Hathey, Que., received two major awards, winning the Friends of McGill Hockey trophy as rookie of the year and the Bert Fyon Trophy as the team’s most improved player.

In addition, head coach Martin Raymond handed out ceramic McGill hockey mugs to all team members players. Also, the seven graduating seniors each received a McGill tie from the Alumni Association, plus a laminated photo portrait and their game jerseys.

The graduating players include Burgess and Vaillancourt, goaltender Murray Cobb, a native of Roxboro, Que., who was raised in Winnipeg, defencemen Scott Giroux of Weyburn, Sask., all-star rearguard David Lizotte of Drummondville, Que., and Adam Shell of Thornhill, Ont., plus forward Paul Theriault of Ste. Foy, Que.

Burgess becomes only the third player in team history to win MVP honours three consecutive years, joining the aforementioned Darche (1997-98 to 1999-00) and Dick Baltzan (1955-56 to 1957-58).

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THE PEARL'S GEMS:
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Redmen head coach Martin Raymond was recently named to coach the Quebec under-17 provincial team. Between that, the Redmen and the family, lets hope that he won't miss too many games for Altos, the team he plays for in the McGill Alumni League... Our condolences to Dick Irvin on the recent passing of Wilma, his wife of many years.

Congrats to Mathieu Darche & Stephanie on the birth of Samuel, June 9. He weighed in at seven pounds, one ounce and was just a little over 20 inches... Stephane Angers and wife Jennifer now live in Seattle, WA where he is on a post-doctoral fellowship. On March 7, 2002, they were blessed with Kevin, a future Redmen sniper... Duffy Rubin finally landed his green card and is coaching the Boca Raton Bobcats, a high school hockey team in Florida...

David Ducharme reports from Hilton Head, S.C., that he and wife (Miss Vicky) are doing well along with son Spencer who is growing like a weed. "I was just reminiscing that we couldn’t believe that it has been 10 years since you and a number of other Redmen were down here for our wedding. My friend Larry still complains that you won the golf tournament." (Ed. Note: the handicap played a huge role in the win!)...

Dr. Taro Kaibara, a neurosurgeon in in Calgary, reports a new addition to the family : a little baby girl named Mira was born on May 17/03... Scotty Daniels and George Burnett dropped by their old haunting grounds to say hello... Scotty has been teaching in Yellowknife since graduating in 1989 and Burnett is the coach and GM of the Guelph Storm in the OHL... Dr. Greg Frazer dropped us a note and again is generously supporting the Redmen. Greg played for the Red and White under coach Herb Madill from 1976 to 1978...

Gerry Wasserman recently joined FMH... He played in nets for the Redmen in 1957-58. After graduation in 1958, he became CEO of both Bauer and CCM. Now retired he looks back on the "good old days" with much nostalgia... Dr. Benjie Matthews dropped us a line from Boston, where he is doing research in Cell Biology and working at the Massachusetts General Hospital in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit. He is married and has two young daughters, both of them fans of the Anaheim Mighty Ducks...

Ron (Baccardi) Wawaruk wrote after returning to Ottawa with his band (Sticks 'n Stones) after a European tour . He entered a song contest in Ireland for second straight year and made the top ten. They toured for a month in London, Dublin and Paris. Ron, who has a five-year-old daughter (Kayla) reports that he did get back to the Eiffel tower where on a previous Redmen visit, he left his"reporters" mic on top. It was still there. He also noted that he could see the remnants of 'the CHOM-FM" banner atop the Arc de Triomphe. Ron claims that he played a lot of hockey this year, over 120 games, in preparation for an alumni game at the next FMH Homecoming weekend....

A group of 14 hockey fans, including eight former Redmen teammates, held an impromtu McGill reunion in New Jersey on May 29. They flocked from all over North America to the Continental Airlines Arena in the Meadowlands, to watch former teammate Mike Babcock, coaching the Anaheim Mighty Ducks in the Stanley Cup finals... Babcock became the second former McGill hockey player — and the first since Lester Patrick in 1937 — to coach in the Cup finals. The 40-year-old native of Saskatoon, Sask., was a two-time all-star rearguard at McGill from 1983 to 1987, where he also served as captain and won the Bobby Bell trophy as team MVP... The 14-member entourage, adorned in McGill hockey jerseys, even caught the eye of the CBC's Hockey Night in Canada broadcast. Included among the group were Mark Reade, Mike Nelson, Paul Barber, Fraser and Mardelle Gamble, Mike Bean, Dr. Jay and Heather McMullan, Brent Bannerman, Joel Sitak, Dr. Gordie Brabant (a former McGill basketball star) and his wife Karen, plus yours truly... In case you were wondering about some of the boys who made the Stanley Cup trip to New Jersey, here is an update on some of them:

Reade, now a sales executive for Medtronic in Minneapolis (a world leader in medical technology), drove in to the Meadowlands Arena from a business trip in New York... Barber, an executive with the Hampton Timber Frame Company in Ontario, which designs dream homes, made the 9-hour trek to New Jersey from north of Toronto... Gamble, who flies air ambulance rescue missions in the Rockies, flew into New Jersey from Calgary... Bean, who practices law in Guelph, flew from Buffalo after driving from Guelph... McMullan, made the drive from Pointe Claire, Que., where he operates his dentistry practice... Bannerman took the train in from Boston, where he is a co-owner of IE-Engine, Inc., a human resources cost management software... Sitak, who flew in from Boston, is V.P. for North American sales at Tab Products, a records and info management service.


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2002-03 Redmen Supporters
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The Friends of McGill Hockey alumni support group would like to thank the following supporters who have contributed to McGill Redmen Hockey between July 1, 2002 and June 30, 2003. Please let us know if there are any omissions from this list.

Alto's Restaurant
Stephane Angers
Eric Appleby
Mr. & Mrs. Bahl
Terry Bangen
Brent Bannerman
Carl Bastien
BAUER NIKE HOCKEY
Michael Bean
B.M.O. NESBITT BURNS
Mathieu Boisvert
Yves Bolduc
Alain Bond
Stephen Brayne
Dr. Bob Brodrick
Ed Bruton
Chris Bryant
Mike Buffone
Mr. Burgess
Craig Burrows
Dan Burrows
Bob Buttars
Scott Campbell
François Caron
Hon. Jacques Chagnon
Dr. Ruth Chaytor
Warren Chippindale
Prof. John Chomay
Martin Choquette
CIBC WOOD GUNDY
Marc Clement
Mr. Douglas Cobb
Chris Comeau
Ken Covo
Gordon Currie
Richard Currie
Alain Daigneault
Mathieu Darche
Mr. Ed Darche
R. Greg Davis
Mario De Benedictis
Doug Derouchie
Don Dickison
Jean Dionne
Dr. Tony Dobell
Bob Dubé
Bob Dubeau
David Ducharme
Mrs. Lucille Ducharme
Stephane Ducharme
William Duke
Tim Dunn
Edmond Eberts
Mike Farmer
M. Feldhammer
FELDHAMMER, FISHMAN, C.A.
Louis-Simon Ferland
Dr. David Flam
Stephane Fortin
Luc Fournier
Dr. Greg Frazer
Bill Gagné
Fraser Gamble
Ian Gamble
Stephane Gauthier
Pierre Gendron
John Gilman
Paul Grech
Dave Grenier
Dave Gourde
James Grant
David Grenier
Dan Gubiani
Billy Haddad
Dr. George Hale
Bert Halliwell
David Hannaford
John Harris
Doug Harrison
Earl Hawke
Charlie Hayward
Dr. Ross Hill
Bert Hould
Matt Humes
Mike Iffring
Dick Irvin
Richard Jablonski
George Jamieson
Debra Johnson
Patrick (Red Dog) Kelly
David Kerr
Greg Koegl
Jamie Kompon
Frank Kruzich
Benoit Lafleur
Charlie Lafontaine
François Lajeunesse
Marc Lajeunesse
Daniel Lamirande
Benoit Lanoue
Hubert Lanoue
Bryan Larkin
Mr. J.P. LeBlanc
Micheline Leonard
Benoit Leroux
Mr. Wayne Liddle
David Lizotte
Norm Lupovich
Jack Lynch
Herb Madill
Rod McCarthy
Dan McLean
Len McDougall
Dr. Jay McMullan
Benoit Menard
Dr. Steve Mendelssohn
Brian Miller
MOLSON BREWERIES
Stephen Molson
André Moncel
Lisen Moore
David Moritsugu
Tony Myles
Mike Nelson
Robert Nelson
Marek Nesvadba
Kelly Nobes
François Olivier
OPENFACE TECHNOLOGIES
John Palmer
Chris Papp
Ross Parsons
John Patrick
Gary Peacock
PEEL PUB
Bob Perno
Mr. Richard Perreault
Jean Pronovost
André Plourde
Bernard Quinlan
Phil Quintal
Benoit Rajotte
Mark Rathwell
Martin Raymond
Mr. J.P. Raymond
RESTAURANT MONTCLAIR
ROYAL BANK
Mark Reade
Jamie Reeve
Dr. Greg Reid
Stephen Riby
Michael Richards
Alain Robichaud
Barry Ross
Don Ross
Gavin Ross
Martin Routhier
Robert Russell
Richard Sauvé
Dr. Whitey Schutz
Desmond Senior
Michael Shell
Adam Shell
SITEWORKS
Peter Smith
Robert Stastny
Jamie Sura
Mr. David Taylor
Scott Taylor
Jordy Tedford
Mike Teolis
Michael Thomassin
Patrice Tremblay
Ken Tyler
Jacques Vaillancourt
Marc Vigneault
Todd Winquist
Mike Zinay
Earl Zukerman

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2003-04 Redmen Hockey Roster
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No. NAME P PROGRAM & YR. HOMETOWN PREVIOUS TEAM
04 Rheal Guenette D Finance (2) Calgary, AB Calgary Canucks (AJHL)
06 Sebastien Langlois RW Civil Engineering (3) Ste. Cath. de Hathey Kahnawake Condors
07 Bruno Lemire "C" C Kinesiology (3) Hull, QC Hull Olympiques (QMJHL)
08 Rafael Courtemanche F Mech. Engineering(1) Cincinnati, OH Hawkesbury Hawks (OJHL)
09 Shawn Shewchuk F Chem. Engineering(1) Lloydminster, AB Lloydminster Blazers (AJHL)
10 Jocelyn Perreault RW Law (2) Drummondville, QC Lennoxville College
11 Michael Kosiuk RW Biology (2) Montreal, QC Kimball Union Academy
12 Pierre-Antoine Paquet C Finance (3) Cap Rouge, QC Nanaimo Clippers (BCJHL)
14 Joseph Bucci F Economics (1) Montreal, QC Contrecoeur Eperviers (QJAHL)
15 Pierre-Olivier Gosselin D Occup.Therapy (2) Contrecoeur, QC Contrecoeur Eperviers (QJAHL)
16 Lucas Madill LW Kinesiology (1) Kirkland, QC Brockville Braves (OJHL)
17 Alexandre Page D Marketing (3) Ste. Basile le Grand Collège Français (QJAHL)
18 Greg LeBlanc LW Indust. Relations (3) Lévis, QC Merritt Centennials (BCJHL)
19 Benoit Martin C Biology (2) Gaspé, QC Rimouski Oceanic (QMJHL)
20 Chad Blundy "A" D Kinesiology (4) Oakville, ON Milton Merchants (OJHL)
21 Mathieu Leclerc C Management (1) Quebec City, QC Collège Laflèche
22 Joel Bergeron RW Kinesiology (4) Smooth Rock Falls,ON Cornwall Colts (OJHL)
23 Christian Bolding D Management (2) New Norway, AB Sherwood Park Crusaders (AJHL)
24 Daniel Jacob "A" D Kinesiology (4) Lévis, QC Collège Levis-Lauzon
27 Doug Orr C Indust. Relations (3) Newmarket, ON Stouffville Spirit (OJHL)
28 Mark Debusschere "A" LW Finance (3) Stoughton, SK Flin Flon Bombers (SJHL)
29 Kim St-Pierre G Kinesiology (5) Chateauguay, QC McGill University Martlets (CIS)
30 Patrice Godin G Geography (1) Val d’Or, QC Portage Terriers (MJHL)
31 Stephane Beaudoin G Medicine (2) Montreal, QC Lachine Maroons (Jr. AAA)
89 Ken Davis RW Economics (2) Calgary, AB Prince George Cougars (WHL)

HEAD COACH: Martin Raymond (9th season; 149-110-20 prior to 2003-04)
ASSIST. COACH: Jean St-Pierre (7th season),
ASSIST. COACH: Stephane Fortin (6th),
ASSIST. COACH: Matt Singerman (2nd season)
EQUIPMENT MGR.: Earl Hawke (equipment manager), Jean Asselin (asst. equipment manager)
HEAD THERAPIST: Lynn Bookalam
COMMUNICATIONS: Earl Zukerman (514) 398-7012

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2003-04 Redmen Schedule
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DATE TIME OPPONENT
Fri., Oct. 3 7:30 pm at St. Mary’s*
Sat., Oct. 4 7:00 pm at Acadia*
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McGILL INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT (2 games)
Fri., Oct. 10 7:30 pm vs Ottawa*
Sun., Oct.12 7:00 pm vs UQTR*
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OUA LEAGUE OPENER:
Sat., Oct. 18 7:00 pm at Ottawa
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FMH HOMECOMING WEEKEND:
Fri., Oct. 24 7:30 pm at Concordia
Sat., Oct. 25 7:00 pm vs UQTR
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Fri., Oct. 31 7:30 pm vs Ottawa
Sat., Nov. 8 2:00 pm at RMC
Sun., Nov. 9 2:30 pm at Queen’s
Fri., Nov. 14 7:30 pm vs Toronto
Sat., Nov.15 7:00 pm vs Ryerson
Fri., Nov. 21 7:30 pm at Brock
Sat., Nov. 22 7:00 pm at Wilfrid Laurier
Fri., Nov. 28 7:30 pm vs York
Sat., Nov. 29 7:00 pm vs Guelph
Fri., Dec. 5 7:30 pm at UQTR
Fri., Jan. 9 7:30 pm vs RMC
Sat., Jan.10 7:00 pm vs Concordia
Fri., Jan. 16 7:30 pm at Concordia
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McGILL MANAGEMENT CARNIVAL GAME:
Sun., Jan. 18 7:00 pm vs UQTR
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Fri., Jan. 23 7:30 pm at UQTR
Sat., Jan. 31 7:00 pm at Ottawa
Fri., Feb. 6 7:30 pm vs Queen’s
Sat., Feb. 14 7:30 pm at Toronto
Sun., Feb.15 3:00 pm at Ryerson
Fri., Feb. 20 7:30 pm vs Ottawa
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COREY CUP GAME:
Sat., Feb.21 7:00 pm vs Concordia
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Feb. 24-Mar. 1 OUA Best-of-3 Div. Semifinals
Mar. 2-8 OUA Best-of-3 Div. Finals
Mar. 12-14 OUA Queen’s Cup Tourney
Mar. 24-28 CIS Univ. Cup Championship


*non-conference game

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