ARMY HOCKEY GAME NOTES

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Feb 12, 2013 - Army will play at American International on Tuesday, Feb. 26, at 3:30 p.m. ..... The Atlantic Hockey Association playoffs will be- gin March 8 and ...

ARMY HOCKEY GAME NOTES

Games 26 & 27 Army vs. Bentley Feb. 15: Army at Bentley, John A. Ryan Skating Arena, Watertown, Mass., 7:05 p.m. Feb. 16: Bentley at Army, Tate Rink, West Point, 7:05 p.m. HOW TO FOLLOW TELEVISION: None RADIO: 1340 WALL, 1390 WEOK (Saturday only) VIDEO STREAM: America One LIVE STATS: goARMYsports.com and bentleyfalcons.com TWITTER: Updates at twitter.com/army_hockey

ARMY VS. BENTLEY SERIES Series: Army leads 23-16-7 At West Point, N.Y.: Army leads 16-7-2 At Watertown, Mass.: Bentley leads 8-6-5 In AHA Games: Army leads leads 13-12-6 2012-13 Games: Army, 3-2, 11/29/12

SCORING 5 on 5: 5 on 4: 5 on 3: 4 on 4: 6 on 5: 5 on 6: 4 on 5: 4 on 6: Totals

Army For 39 12 0 0 2 0 2 0 55

Against 57 21 1 0 2 1 2 0 84

SPECIAL TEAMS BREAKDOWN Power Play Overall Home Away Neutral AHA

G 12 2 9 1 9

Att. 103 45 55 3 84

Pct. 11.7% 4.4% 16.4% 33.3% 10.7%

PK 73 26 41 6 58

Att. 95 33 55 7 75

Pct. 76.8% 78.8% 74.5% 85.7% 77.3%

Penalty Kill Overall Home Away Neutral AHA

After playing just one game last weekend because of the winter storm, the Army Hockey team will return to its usual two-game weekend with a pair of games opposite Bentley. Army will play in Watertown, Mass., Friday at 7:05 p.m. and then return to Tate Rink for Saturday’s contest at 7:05 p.m. Army is 7-14-4 overall and 7-9-4 in league games following a 3-0 loss to AIC on Sunday. Bentley is 11-15-1 overall and 9-11-1 in league games. The Black Knights have seven games remaining and they are all league matchups. For tickets to Saturday’s game, visit www.goARMYsports.com, call 1-877-TIX-ARMY or visit the Army Ticket Office at Gate 3 of Michie Stadium. VIDEO DISPLAY SYSTEM An addition is being made to Tate Rink. A nearly 13-feet by 23-feet addition and will be installed before the 2012-13 hockey season is complete. Daktronics has been chosen to add a new LED video display system to Tate Rink and fans will get a chance to benefit from the board beginning Saturday. Thanks to the generosity of U.S. Military Academy graduates and Army Hockey letterwinners David & Sheryll Harkins (Class of 1962) and Brian & Grace Concannon (Class of 1979), fans will have an unrivaled experience in college hockey. “First off we need to thank Mr. and Mrs. Harkins and Mr. and Mrs. Concannon for their support of Army Athletics,” said Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Boo Corrigan. “We have some of the best fans in college hockey and this will enhance their experience at Tate Rink. From replays to video features, this will change the way fans experience Army Hockey and we are excited to showcase this great addition.” Measuring 12-feet, 5-inches high by 23 feet wide, the board will is hung in the South end of Tate Rink near the Zamboni entrance. The display will have 384 lines and 704 columns of resolution. Starting lineups, ceremonial face-offs, in-game action, replays, end of period highlights, stats, player interviews, postgame reaction, features, out-of-town scores, postgame highlights, game previews and much more will be shown on the video board. Daktronics designed, manufactured and installed the system which is capable of showing one large image or an image divided into separate windows for high-clarity video and graphics. The wide-angle viewing capabilities ensure great views from your seat. The installation also includes an update to the existing center-ice hung structure with two new indoor color LED message center displays. SLEDDING ALONG Army will once again compete against the Long Island Rough Riders in a sled hockey game. Following Saturday’s game against Bentley, Army will trade the skates for sleds and compete in a 20-minute exhibition game against the team from Long Island. Sled hockey is played mainly by people with various lower extremity disabilities in which players are seated on sleds, which are affixed to two hockey skate blades under the seat. The sleds are about three inches off the ice and around three feet long depending on the size of the player. The sled glides on the blades and a metal bar located at the front of the sled. Players use their arms to propel themselves along the ice and dig picks, on the ends of two short hockey sticks, into the ice to pull themselves forward. Players have a right and a left stick (the blades are curved differently) that are miniature copies of a typical hockey stick, except for the metal picks (like figure skate toe picks) on the ends. Players shoot, pass, and propel themselves with the sticks. This marks the sixth year Army has played Long Island. MAKING UP Army will play at American International on Tuesday, Feb. 26, at 3:30 p.m. at the Olympia Ice Center. The game was originally scheduled for Feb. 9 but was moved because of the storm that blanketed the northeast. FUTURE PROMOTIONS Army has four regular-season games remaining and special promotions are scheduled for all of them. Chuck-A-Puck will be held against Connecticut on Feb. 23, Skate With The Black Knights will be offered Feb. 23, the Long Island Rough Riders sled hockey team will compete Feb. 16 and Senior Night is set for March 1.

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2012-13 ARMY HOCKEY SCHEDULE OCTOBER Fri. 12 vs. Nebraska-Omaha! 1-5 L Sat. 13 vs. #20 Maine! 3-4 L Fri. 19 SACRED HEART* 5-2 W Sat. 20 at Sacred Heart* 4-4 (OT) T Fri. 26 PENN STATE 0-5 L Sat. 27 at Holy Cross* 7-2 W NOVEMBER Fri. 9 NIAGARA* Sat. 10 NIAGARA* Fri. 16 SACRED HEART* Sat. 17 at Brown Thur. 29 at Bentley*

0-5 L 1-4 L 3-2 W 0-3 L 3-2 W

DECEMBER Sat. 1 AMERICAN INT’L* 3-2 W Fri. 7 at Connecticut* 2-2 (OT) T Tue. 11 at Merrimack 2-4 L Thur. 27 RUSSIAN JR. ALL-STARS 2-6 L Sat. 29 at Canisius* 1-5 L Sun. 30 at Canisius* 1-0 (OT) W JANUARY Fri. 4 #19 ROBERT MORRIS*#5-0 W Sat. 5 #19 ROBERT MORRIS* 1-4 L Fri. 11 at Air Force* 1-4 L Sat. 12 at Air Force*# 3-3 (OT) T Fri. 18 RIT* 5-6 L Sat. 19 RIT* 2-4 L Sat. 26 RMC 4-1 W FEBRUARY Fri. 1 at Mercyhurst* Sat. 2 at Mercyhurst* Sun. 10 AMERICAN INT’L* Fri. 15 at Bentley* Sat. 16 BENTLEY* Fri. 22 CONNECTICUT* Sat. 23 CONNECTICUT* Tue. 26 at American Int’l*

1-1 (OT) T 1-8 L 0-3 L 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 3:35 p.m.

MARCH Fri. 1 HOLY CROSS* 7:05 p.m. Sat. 2 at Holy Cross* 7:05 p.m. F-S 8-10 First Round Series Highest Seed F-S 15-17 Quarterfinal Series Highest Seed Fri. 22 AH Semifinals^ Rochester, N.Y. Sat. 23 AH Championship^ Rochester, N.Y. T-S 28-31 NCAA Regionals TBD Home Games In BOLD CAPS All times Eastern * Atlantic Hockey Association contest ! Icebreaker with Maine, Nebraska-Omaha and Notre Dame at Sprint Center, Kansas City, Mo. # on CBS Sports Network ^ Atlantic Hockey playoffs at Blue Cross Arena, Rochester, N.Y.

PLAYOFFS LOOMING The Atlantic Hockey Association playoffs will begin March 8 and very little is clear in the playoff picture. Niagara has been atop the league standings all season and has 36 points with a 17-2-2 mark. Just eight points separate the second-place team from the 9th-place squad, so there is a lot to play for. Army is in ninth place with 18 points while Bentley has 19. Mercyhurst is second with 26 points, followed by Air Force (25) and Holy Cross and Canisius (22). Robert Morris has 21 and Connecticut and RIT 20. The 2013 Atlantic Hockey Tournament will feature the same format as last year. The top four teams receive a bye into the quarterfinals with seeds 5-8 hosting seeds 9-12 in a best two-outof-three first round series starting Friday, March 8. The first round winners will then be re-seeded and travel to the top four seeds for a best two-outof-three quarterfinal series, which will begin Friday, March 15. The four winners will then travel to the Blue Cross Arena in Rochester, N.Y. with the highest remaining seed facing the lowest remaining seed in the first semifinal, with the other two remaining seeds facing off in the second semifinal on Friday, March 22. The two semifinal winners will then face-off in the championship game on Saturday, March 23 with the NCAA Tournament automatic berth on the line. WORLDY COMPETITION Not only is Army playing a challenging non-conference schedule as well as the competitive Atlantic Hockey Association games, the Black Knights are also matching up with international competition. Army dropped a 6-2 decision to the Russian Junior All-Stars on Dec. 27 and posted a 4-1 victory over Canada’s Royal Military College on Jan. 26. CANADIAN SUCCESS Army posted its third straight win over Royal Military College with a 4-1 victory over its Canadian brethren at a sold-out Tate Rink on Jan. 26. Thane Heller scored twice and Jonathan Gehrt and Maurice Alvarez registered a goal and assist. Ryan Leets turned away 12 shots to earn the win in goal. Army now leads the all-time series with RMC 4129-7, including a 27-12-1 mark at West Point. The 78th meeting is scheduled for Kingston, Ontario, during the 2013-14 season. Army and RMC first met in 1923 when then Brig. General Douglas MacArthur wrote a letter as superintendent of the U.S. Military Academy to Maj. Gen. Sir Archibald MacDonnell, commandant of the RMC, to suggest they compete. Letters and ideas were exchanged before the first game was played at West Point on Jan. 23, 1923. RAISING AWARENESS The Army hockey team held its annual House of Blues on Jan. 5, 2013 and helped raise prostate cancer awareness. The first 500 fans through the turnstiles received t-shirts, bracelets were handed out and Relay For Life was on site.

CENTURY MEN Army has three players who have competed in at least 100 games with the potential for more to follow this season. Army’s current leaders in games played: Player .................................Games Played #21 Andy Starczewski............................... 124 #5 John Clark ............................................121 #25 Cheyne Rocha....................................104 Potential to break 100 #11 Brian Schultz ....................................... 85

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ARMY HOCKEY QUICK FACTS

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ......................................West Point, N.Y. Founded .....................................March 16, 1802 Enrollment ..................................................4,400 Nickname.......................................Black Knights Motto ...................................Duty, Honor, Country Colors ....................................... Black, Gold, Gray Mascot ..........................................................Mule Superintendent .........Lt. Gen. David Huntoon Jr. Athletic Director .............................. Boo Corrigan Conference ................................. Atlantic Hockey Arena ..................................................... Tate Rink Size..........................................200 feet x 85 feet Capacity ......................................................2,525 Tate Rink Box Office .................. 1-877-TIX-ARMY Tate Rink Press Box .................... 845-938-5116 HOCKEY INFORMATION First Year of Hockey ....................................1904 Overall Record ..................1093-991-121 (.524) 2012-13 Record ........................................7-14-4 2012-13 Conference Record...................... 7-9-4 Letterwinners Returning ................................. 14 Letterwinners Lost .......................................... 12 Newcomers ...................................................... 13 Head Coach ........................................ Brian Riley Alma Mater ..........................................Brown ‘83 Career Record.............. 105-159-47 (9 seasons) Record at Army ............................................same Hockey Office Phone ................... 845-938-3711 Assistant Coaches ......Trevor Large, Mike Warde Volunteer Assistant ...............................Eric Lang Captain.......................................... Cheyne Rocha Alternate Captain ....................Ryan Leets, Brian ...................................Schultz, Andy Starczewski Dir. of Hockey Operations ..................Tom Doran Athletic Trainer ...................................Jason Rule Athletic Intern .......................... 2nd Lt. Mike Hull Officer Representative ...... Col. Wiley Thompson ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS Hockey Contact .......................... Ryan Yanoshak Office ............................................ 845-938-7197 Cellular .........................................845-406-1130 E-mail [email protected] Web Site ...................... www.goARMYsports.com Twitter............................................. ArmyAthletics Facebook ... Facebook.com/Army Black Knights Army A Line .................................. 845-938-2769

GAME HIGHS

TEAM POINTS 16 ................................. 10/27/12 at Holy Cross GOALS 7 ................................... 10/27/12 at Holy Cross ASSISTS 9 ................................... 10/27/12 at Holy Cross ............................1/4/13 vs. #19 Robert Morris SHOTS ON GOAL 48 .......................1/4/13 vs. #19 Robert Morris SAVES 50 ...............................10/13/12 vs. #20 Maine PENALTY MINUTES 31 .................................... 12/29/12 at Canisius PLAYER POINTS 3 ..................................... #21 Starczewski, twice GOALS 3 .............. #21 Starczewski vs. SHU, 10/19/12 ASSISTS 3 ..... #21 Starczewski at Holy Cross, 10/27/12 SAVES .................................................................50 .............. #1 Tadazak vs. #20 Maine, 10/13/12

NATIONAL POLLS USA Today/American Hockey Coaches Association Poll (2/11) Team ................................Record .. Last Poll 1. Quinnipiac (28) ............... 21-3-4 ................... 2 2. Minnesota (6) .................. 19-5-4 ................... 1 3. Miami ............................... 18-7-5 ................... 3 4. Boston College ................ 16-7-2 ................... 4 5. New Hampshire............... 16-7-3 ................... 5 6. Western Michigan ........... 18-7-5 ................... 6 7. North Dakota ................... 16-8-6 ................... 7 8. St. Cloud State ................ 18-11-1 .............. 10 9. Yale .................................. 13-6-3 ................... 9 10. Minnesota State ........... 18-9-3 .................13 11. Denver ........................... 15-9-5 ................... 8 12. Notre Dame................... 18-11-1 ..............12 13. Boston University .......... 13-11-1 ..............11 14. Niagara ......................18-5-5 ................. 4 15. Mass.-Lowell ................. 14-9-2 ................ NR OTHERS RECEIVING VOTES: Nebraska-Omaha, Merrimack, Dartmouth, Alaska, Wisconsin. USCHO.com (2/11) Team.................................Record .. Last Poll 1. Quinnipiac (41)................ 21-3-4 ................... 2 2. Minnesota (9) .................. 19-5-4 ................... 1 3. Miami ............................... 18-7-5 ................... 3 4. Boston College ................ 16-7-2 ................... 5 5. New Hampshire............... 16-7-3 ................... 4 6. Western Michigan ........... 18-7-5 ................... 6 7. North Dakota ................... 16-8-6 ................... 7 8. St. Cloud State ................ 18-11-1 ................ 8 9. Minnesota State.............. 18-9-3 .................11 10. Yale ................................ 13-6-3 ................. 10 11. Denver ........................... 15-9-5 ................... 9 12. Notre Dame................... 18-11-1 ..............11 13. Boston University .......... 13-11-1 ..............13 14. Mass.-Lowell ................. 14-9-2 ................. 16 15. Niagara ......................18-5-5 ............... 15 16. Nebraska-Omaha ......16-12-2............. 14 17. Dartmouth ..................... 11-8-4 ................. 17 18. Wisconsin ...................... 12-9-7.................19 19. Merrimack .................13-10-5............. 20 20. Alaska ............................ 13-11-4 ............. NR OTHERS RECEIVING VOTES: Union, Providence, Ferris State, Northern Michigan, Colgate, St. Lawrence, Holy Cross, Rensselaer. ARMY OPPONENTS LISTED IN BOLD

RYAN LEETS, BY THE NUMBERS Games Played: ................. 55 (49 starts) Career Shutouts: ...................................0 Career Best Saves: ........................... 46 .......................... at Canisius, 12-29-12 Saves ...................................... # of times 0-9 ...........................................................3 (last vs. SHU, 11-16-12, 8 {32:27}) 10-19 ......................................................4 (last at Mercyhurst, 2-3-13, 17 {24:00}) 20-29 ................................................... 21 (last at UConn, 12-7-12, 27) 30-39 ................................................... 23 (last vs. RIT, 1-19-13, 36) 40-49 ......................................................4 (last at Canisius, 12-29-29, 46)

Army wore its blue sweaters for the game with blue socks and laces. Army senior captain Cheyne Rocha, who was instrumental in the annual awareness campaign, participated in a ceremonial faceoff. His father, Larry, a cancer survivor, dropped the puck. Rocha fittingly scored his first goal of the season in Army’s 4-1 loss to the nationally ranked Colonials. It was Rocha’s first goal since Feb. 25, 2011, a span of 27 games. BACK-TO-BACK Army posted consecutive shutouts for the first time since the 2007-08 season when the Black Knights blanked Canisius and #19 Robert Morris. Rob Tadazak was in goal for both shutouts, his first two of his career. He made 25 saves in a 1-0 overtime win on Dec. 30 at Canisius and returned the next game and was credited with 22 stops during a 5-0 victory opposite #19 Robert Morris on Jan. 4, 2013. Josh Kassel was in goal as Army shut-out AIC on back-to-back games on Feb. 15-16, 2008. WEEKLY ACCOLOADES Freshman Willie Faust picked up his second Atlantic Hockey Association Travel Team USA Rookie of the Week honor after scoring twice in a 5-0 win over #19 Robert Morris on Jan. 4. Faust, a forward from Stillwater, Minn., scored once in the second and one in the final period. BEATING THE BEST Army’s 5-0 rout of #19 Robert Morris on Jan. 4 was the Black Knights’ first of a ranked opponent since knocking off #2 Miami on Jan. 2, 2009. VOTE FOR HOBEY Army senior forward Andy Starczewski is among the candidates for the Hobey Baker Award and the fan voting portion of college hockey’s biggest award is now open. Fans can log on to hobeybakeraward.com and make their selection between the 77 candidates. From now until March 10, fans will have their say in narrowing the list to the top-10. The second phase of fan voting begins March 22 to determine the Hobey Hat Trick finalists. The winner will be announced April 12 as part of the Frozen Four in Pittsburgh, Pa. Award criteria include candidates emulating the exceptional character traits exhibited by the award’s namesake, Hobey Baker. An American super-hero, Baker was a World War I fighter pilot and was known as America’s greatest amateur athlete in his day, excelling at hockey and football at Princeton. Award candidates must demonstrate strength of character both on and off the ice, contribute to the integrity of his team and display outstanding skills in all phases of the game. Consideration should be given to scholastic achievement and sportsmanship. FOLLOW US The Army hockey team is on Twitter and @army_ hockey is your place for photos, videos, stats, updates and much, much more. Links, lineups, news, notes and more will be tweeted to the official site of Army hockey.

ARMY AT A GLANCE Last Game: Lost to AIC, 3-0 Next Game: Feb. 22-23 vs. Connecticut vs. AHA: 7-9-4 Last Five Games: 0-4-1 Last 10 Games: 2-6-2

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LEADING SCORERS (AS OF 2/3) POINTS .................................................... G-A-P #21 Andy Starczewski............................6-13-19 #18 Mac Lalor .......................................... 4-9-13 #19 Josh Richards ................................... 5-8-13 #22 Thane Heller ..................................... 8-4-12 #14 Joe Kozlak ......................................... 5-6-11 #10 Zak Zaremba .................................... 6-4-10 GOALSS #22 Thane Heller .............................................. 8 #21 Andy Starczewski....................................... 6 #10 Zak Zaremba ............................................. 6 #19 Josh Richards ............................................ 5 #14 Joe Kozlak .................................................. 5 ASSISTS #21 Andy Starczewski.....................................13 #18 Mac Lalor ................................................... 9 #19 Josh Richards ............................................ 8 POWER PLAY GOALS #18 Mac Lalor ................................................... 4 #22 Thane Heller .............................................. 3 #10 Zak Zaremba ............................................. 2 SHORT-HANDED GOALS #15 R.J. Burns ................................................... 1 #11 Brian Schultz ............................................. 1 GAME-WINNING GOALS #14 Joe Kozlak .................................................. 2 #24 Maurice Alvarez ......................................... 2 #21 Andy Starczewski....................................... 1 #15 R.J. Burns ................................................... 1 #26 Shane Hearn ............................................. 1

LEADING GOALTENDERS Name ..................... W-L-T/GAA/SAVE % #1 Rob Tadazak ............. 3-8-3/3.03/.911 #30 Ryan Leets .............. 4-5-1/3.44/.906

ROB TADAZAK, BY THE NUMBERS Games Played: ..................27 (25 starts) Career Shutouts: ...................................2 (vs. #19 Robert Morris, 1-4-13, 22 saves at Canisius, 12-30-12, 25 saves) Career Best Saves: ........................... 53 .............................vs. Brown, 11-19-11 Saves ...................................... # of times 1-9 ...........................................................1 (last vs. Union, 10-8-11, 4 {9:38}) 10-19 ......................................................3 (last vs. SHU, 11-16-18, 11 {27:25}) 20-29 ................................................... 11 (last at Mercyhurst, 2-3-13, 20 {35:33}) 30-39 ......................................................7 (last vs. AIC, 2-10-13, 31) 40-49 ......................................................3 (last at Mercyhurst, 2-1-13, 40) 50-59 ......................................................2 (last vs. #20 Maine, 10-13-12, 50)

ARMY’S RECORD WHEN

Overall ...............................................7-14-4 Atlantic Hockey ...................................7-9-4 Exhibition Games ...............................1-1-0 Home...................................................4-7-0 Away ....................................................3-5-4 at a neutral site ..................................0-2-0 in overtime ..........................................1-0-4 on television .......................................2-2-1 in white jerseys ...................................0-4-0 in gold jerseys.....................................3-3-0 in black jerseys ...................................4-6-4 in blue jerseys ....................................0-1-0 in one-goal games ..............................4-2-0 in two-goal games ..............................0-2-0 in three-goal games ...........................1-4-0 in four-goal games..............................0-3-0 in five-goal-plus games ......................2-4-0 in October ...........................................2-3-1 in November .......................................2-3-0 in December .......................................2-2-1 in January ...........................................1-4-1 in February..........................................0-2-1 in March ..............................................0-0-0 scoring power-play goal .....................2-3-2 allowing power-play goal ................. 2-11-3 scoring short-handed goal .................1-1-0 allowing short-handed goal ..............0-1-0 on Tuesdays ........................................0-1-0 on Thursdays ......................................1-0-0 on Fridays ...........................................3-5-2 on Saturdays.......................................2-7-2 on Sundays .........................................1-1-0 on Saturdays (after Fri. win) ..............1-3-1 on Saturdays (after Fri. loss) .............1-2-1 on Saturdays (after Fri. tie) ................0-1-0 following a win ....................................3-3-2 following a loss ...................................4-7-2 following a tie .....................................0-3-0 vs. WCHA teams .................................0-1-0 vs. Hockey East teams .......................0-2-0 vs. Independent teams ......................0-1-0 vs. ECAC Hockey teams .....................0-1-0 vs. ranked opponents ........................1-2-0 vs. teams receiving votes ..................0-3-0 when outshooting opp. ......................5-3-2 when being outshot ........................ 1-11-2 when shots are even ..........................1-0-0 when scoring first ...............................6-1-2 when opp. scores first ..................... 1-13-2 when leading after one ......................4-1-1 when trailing after one.................... 0-12-2 when tied after one ............................3-1-1 when leading after two .....................3-0-2 when trailing after two .....................0-14-1 when tied after two ............................4-0-1 when scoring 5+ goals .......................3-1-0 when scoring 4 goals .........................0-0-1 when scoring 3 goals .........................3-1-1 when scoring 2 goals .........................0-2-1 when scoring 1 goal ...........................1-6-1 when scoring 0 goals .........................0-4-0 when opp. scores 5+ goals ...............0-6-0 when opp. scores 4 goals ..................0-6-1 when opp. scores 3 goals ..................0-2-1 when opp. scores 2 goals ..................3-3-1 when opp. scores 1 goal....................0-0-1 when opp. scores 0 goals ..................2-0-0

OVERTIME HEROICS Army’s 1-0 overtime win against Canisius on Dec. 30 showed just how hard it is to win in the extra session. When freshman Joe Kozlak converted a pass from Mac Lalor and R.J. Burns nearly three minutes in, it gave Army its first overtime win since Jan. 7, 2006 when the Black Knights topped Mercyhurst 3-2. The victory was Army’s first road overtime win since edging Iona, 6-5, on Feb. 22, 2002. It is the first time Army has beaten an opponent 1-0 in overtime. SHOOTING BLANKS Sophomore Rob Tadazak turned away 25 shots for his first career shutout in a 1-0 overtime win at Canisius on Dec. 30. Tadazak, making his 18th career start, recorded seven saves in the first period, three in the second, 10 in the third and five in overtime. He stopped a point-blank opportunity seconds before Army scored the game-winning goal. The shutout by Tadazak was the first for an Army goalie since Jay Clark blanked Connecticut Jan. 22, 2010 with 31 saves. EXHIBITION FUN Army returned to the ice following a 16-day break for Term-Ending Exams and the holidays with an exhibition game against the Russian Junior All-Stars. Despite out-shooting the Russians 43-33, Army fell 6-2 as Mac Lalor and Joe Kozlak collected goals. A crowd of 2,636 -- the second sell out of the season for Army – turned out to watch a well-played, physical contest. The Russian Junior All-Stars played six games during their trip to North America. In addition to Army, they also played Yale and Brown and travel to Canada for a pair of games. They began their trip with a game opposite the Boston Junior Bruins. The Russian Junior All-Stars are comprised from a 32-team development league for the professional and highly regarded Kontinental Hockey League with teams from Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Latvia and Slovakia. MID-SEASON ACCOLADES The USCHO released its mid-season all-stars and Army had a pair of mentions. Senior Andy Starczewski was one of three forwards, along with Brett Gensler of Bentley and Giancarlo Iuorio and Brian Riley is the mid-season Coach of the Year. Starczewski was lauded for leading the team offensively, while Riley gained recognition for having the team near the top of the league standings despite such a young roster. Steve Weinstein of Bentley and Chris Aracino of RIT were the defensemen, while Matt Blomquist of Bentley is the Rookie of the Year and Carsen Chubak of Niagara the MVP. TV TIME Army appeared on national television for the third time this season and tied Air Force, 3-3, in overtime, on Jan. 12.

PERIOD HIGHS SHOTS 28 ............... 1/5/13 vs. #19 Robert Morris, 3rd SAVES 22 ....................... 10/26/12 vs. Penn State, 3rd GOALS 3 ................................. Three times, most recent ................... 1/4/13 vs. #19 Robert Morris, 2nd

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THE LIFE OF A CADET The West Point academic calendar is broken down into Day One and Day Two. Below are the typical schedules for senior goaltender Ryan Leets. A Civil Engineering major, Leets is a three-time Atlantic Hockey Association Top Scholar-Athlete with the top GPA among goaltenders and an Academic All-America choice. DAY ONE 0620 ..................................................... Wake-up 0655 .................................. Breakfast formation 0700-0720 ..................Breakfast with company 0730-0825 .......................................................... .................. Design of Civil Engineering Systems 0840-0935 ............ Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering 0950-1155 .............Constitutional/Military Law 1200 .........................................Lunch formation 1210-1235 .............................. Lunch with team 1245-1340 .............................Study/Homework 1355-1450 .......................................................... .............. Civil Engineering Professional Practice 1530-1830 ............................... Hockey practice 1900 ....................................... Dinner with team 1930-0000 .............................Study/Homework 0000 ................................................... Lights out DAY TWO 0630 ..................................................... Wake-up 0655 .................................. Breakfast formation 0700-0720 ..................Breakfast with company 0730-0825 ............. Army Fitness Development 0840-0935 ................ History of the Military Art 0950-1045 .............Transportation Engineering 1100-1150 ........................................ Officership 1200 .........................................Lunch formation 1210-1235 .............................. Lunch with team 1250-1450 ........................ Study/Homework or ................. Lab period for Electrical Engineering 1530-1830 ............................... Hockey practice 1900 ....................................... Dinner with team 1930-0000 .............................Study/Homework 0000 ................................................... Lights out “MILITARY SPEAK” Plebe or Fourth Class......................... Freshman Yearling or Third Class .....................Sophomore Cow or Second Class ................................Junior Firstie or First Class ................................. Senior OBC .................................... Officer Basic Course A cadet’s first stop after graduation from the Academy. OBC preceeds a cadet’s first assignment. BRANCH ................. (i.e. Field Artillery, Infantry) Specific part of the Army that each cadet chooses to join upon graduation. Cadets receive their “branch” in February of their senior year. What you branch determines where you are stationed for OBC. HONOR CODE ...... “A Cadet Will Not Lie, Cheat, Steal or Tolerate Those Who Do.” The creed, or oath, each cadet takes upon entering the Academy. It is the code by which all cadets must live.

Ben Holden, Dave Starman and Shireen Saski called the game on CBS Sports Network. Army’s season-opening game with NebraskaOmaha was shown live to a national audience on NBC Sports Network. Dave Strader provided playby-play with Pierre McGuire handling color commentary from between the benches. CBS Sports Network also carried Army’s dominating 5-0 victory over #19 Robert Morris on Jan. 4. Holden and Saski were joined by Jim Paradise for the call of that victory. This marks the 10th consecutive season Army has had a game on national television. Army shows a 1-1-1 record on national television this season. HONORS FOR LALOR Army sophomore defenseman Mac Lalor was named the Atlantic Hockey Association Player of the Week on Dec. 17. Lalor scored twice in Army’s 4-2 loss to Merrimack on Dec. 11. Lalor was moved to forward for the first time in his Army career for the non-conference matchup at Merrimack. Instead of his usual right defenseman spot, he played right wing. Lalor was at his usual spot at the point on the power play where he scored two goals less than a minute apart to help Army rebound from a 2-0 deficit. It was the first Player of the Week honor for Lalor and the fifth time this season an Army player was honored by the league.

ARMY AMONG NATIONAL LEADERS

ARMY IN OT UNDER BRIAN RILEY

INDIVIDUALS ASSISTS PER GAME 1. Drew LeBlanc, St. Cloud State ................ 1.00 86. Andy Starczewski, Army......................... 0.52 POWER PLAY GOALS 1. Eriah Hayes, Minnesota State .................... 10 T44. Mac Lalor, Army ......................................... 4 BLOCKED SHOTS 1. Matt Bruneteau, Lake Superior ................. 73 14. Cheyne Rocha, Army ................................. 55

2004-05 (1-2-3) O8 ...............Ryerson ............................ W, 3-2 (OT) O22 ............at Bentley* ....................... T, 3-3 (OT) N20 ............Holy Cross*....................... T, 3-3 (OT) J28 .............at Quinnipiac* .................. L, 4-5 (OT) F11 .............at Mercyhurst* ................. L, 4-5 (OT) F26 .............American Int’l* ................. T, 3-3 (OT) 2005-06 (2-1-7) N5...............at Canisius*...................... T, 2-2 (OT) N12 ............Air Force ........................... W, 4-3 (OT) N18 ............at Bentley* ....................... T, 1-1 (OT) D8...............American Int’l* ................. T, 2-2 (OT) J7 ................Mercyhurst* .................... W, 3-2 (OT) J27..............Bentley* ............................ T, 2-2 (OT) J28 .............Bentley* ............................ T, 3-3 (OT) F11 .............at RMC .............................. T, 3-3 (OT) F18 .............Connecticut* .................... T, 3-3 (OT) M11 ............at Bentley^ ......................L, 3-4 (2OT) ^AHA Tournament 2006-07 (0-0-5) O14 ............Sacred Heart* .................. T, 2-2 (OT) N21 ............at Sacred Heart*............... T 3-3 (OT) D6...............Holy Cross*....................... T, 2-2 (OT) J26 .............Connecticut* .................... T, 2-2 (OT) F3 ...............Holy Cross*....................... T, 3-3 (OT) 2007-08 (0-0-4) N23 ............at RIT* .............................. T, 2-2 (OT) N24 ............at RIT* .............................. T, 1-1 (OT) D30 ............vs. Brown# ........................ T, 1-1 (OT) F9 ...............Holy Cross*....................... T, 1-1 (OT) 2008-09 (0-1-6) N1...............at Sacred Heart*.............. T, 3-3 (OT) D28 ............at #20 Dartmouth! ........... L, 4-5 (OT) J17..............Holy Cross*....................... T, 3-3 (OT) J18 .............Holy Cross*....................... T, 4-4 (OT) F7 ...............Canisius* .......................... T, 2-2 (OT) F21 .............RIT* ................................... T, 1-1 (OT) F27 .............American Int’l* ................. T, 3-3 (OT) ! Dartmouth Tournament, Hanover, N.H. 2009-10 (0-1-7) O24.............Mercyhurst* ..................... T, 3-3 (OT) O30 ............at Colgate.......................... T, 4-4 (OT) J2 ................at #18 Union .................... L, 1-2 (OT) J8 ................at Sacred Heart*.............. T, 3-3 (OT) J16..............at Canisius*...................... T, 4-4 (OT) J30 .............Air Force*.......................... T, 3-3 (OT) F19 .............at Mercyhurst* ................. T, 4-4 (OT) F27 .............AIC* ................................... T, 2-2 (OT) 2010-11 (0-2-4) O17.............Holy Cross*....................... L, 4-5 (OT) N20 ............Sacred Heart* .................. T, 4-4 (OT) D30 ............Merrimack ........................ L, 1-2 (OT) J7 ................RIT* ................................... T, 1-1 (OT) J22 .............Robert Morris* ................. T, 2-2 (OT) J29 .............at Bentley* ....................... T, 1-1 (OT) 2011-12 (0-0-7) O22 ............vs. Colgate ........................ T, 2-2 (OT) N5...............at RIT* .............................. T, 2-2 (OT) N18 ............at AIC* .............................. T, 3-3 (OT) N19 ............vs. Brown .......................... T, 1-1 (OT) N26 ............at Robert Morris* ............. T, 3-3 (OT) D3...............vs. Mercyhurst* ................ T, 3-3 (OT) J20 .............vs. Air Force* .................... T, 3-3 (OT) 2012-13 (1-0-4) O20 ............at Sacred Heart*.............. T, 4-4 (OT) D11 ............at UConn* ......................... T, 2-2 (OT) D30 ............at Canisius*..................... W, 1-0 (OT) J12 .............at Air Force* ..................... T, 3-3 (OT) F1 ...............at Mercyhurst ................... T, 1-1 (OT) *Atlantic Hockey Association Games TOTALS: 57 OT GAMES (4-7-47)

TEAM GOALS PER GAME 1. Minnesota ................................................ 3.75 T52. Army...................................................... 2.20 GOALS ALLOWED PER GAME 1. Miami ........................................................ 1.50 51. Army ........................................................ 3.36 SHOTS ON GOAL PER GAME 1. Penn State ..............................................38.56 36. Army......................................................29.84 BLOCKED SHOTS PER GAME 1. Harvard ................................................... 17.32 32. Army......................................................11.08

ARMY HOCKEY AT TATE RINK Season 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 TOTALS

Coach Jack Riley Rob Riley Rob Riley Rob Riley Rob Riley Rob Riley Rob Riley Rob Riley Rob Riley Rob Riley Rob Riley Rob Riley Rob Riley Rob Riley Rob Riley Rob Riley Rob Riley Rob Riley Rob Riley Brian Riley Brian Riley Brian Riley Brian Riley Brian Riley Brian Riley Brian Riley Brian Riley Brian Riley 28 seasons

GP 19 15 16 18 15 16 19 17 18 22 21 20 19 22 20 17 17 16 19 18 17 17 19 15 14 17 15 8 486

W-L-T 13-6-0 6-8-1 3-11-2 11-6-1 6-7-2 7-8-1 12-6-1 12-4-1 11-7-0 15-6-1 18-2-1 14-5-1 12-7-0 13-7-2 9-10-1 10-6-1 8-5-4 11-5-0 8-10-1 10-6-2 8-5-4 11-2-4 14-4-1 6-4-5 7-4-3 6-8-3 0-12-3 4-7-0 265-178-46

Pct. .684 .433 .250 .639 .467 .469 .658 .735 .611 .704 .881 .725 .631 .636 .475 .618 .588 .688 .447 .611 .588 .765 .763 .567 .607 .441 .100 .363 .595

AHA Games

Pct.

3-5-1 5-5-2 6-4-4 8-2-4 11-2-1 6-3-5 7-4-3 6-5-3 0-11-2 4-6-0 55-43-25

.389 .500 .571 .714 .821 .708 .607 .535 .076 .400 .559

Head Coach Records: Jack Riley (13-6-0, .684, one season) Rob Riley ( 186-120-21, .601, 18 seasons) Brian Riley (66-50-25, .563, nine seasons)

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TK The Army Athletic Association honored former hockey player, Officer Representative and athletic department supporter Major Tom Kennedy during the Dec. 1 hockey game vs. American International at Tate Rink. Kennedy, a 2000 U.S. Military Academy graduate, was killed in action in Afghanistan in August of this year. Army wore its black sweaters for the game with “Kennedy” across the back with an American flag. A letterman on the hockey team, Kennedy returned to West Point and served as a Tactical Officer where he impacted the lives of thousands of cadets. In addition to his work with all of the cadets, Kennedy was an Officer Representative with the hockey program and was elected president of the Army Hockey Parents Association. He was deployed out of Fort Carson, Colo., following his term at West Point. The Army hockey team is wearing “TK” stickers on its helmets and there are two spots on the ice with his initials and an American flag. All fans at the game received similar stickers. Prior to the game, Army hockey head coach Brian Riley, who recruited Kennedy when he was an assistant coach, addressed the crowd from the ice and spoke about Kennedy’s impact and selflessness while Kennedy’s family, including his wife, Kami, twin children Brody and Maggie, parents George and Patricia and brothers, John and George were on the ice. Army captain Cheyne Rocha and alternate captain Andy Starczewski presented #14 Kennedy jerseys to his twins and his wife participated in a ceremonial faceoff. Following the emotional, hard-fought 4-3 victory, both teams stood at attention for the West Point alma mater. A pair of Army gloves and helmet was left on one blue line, Army was at center ice and AIC stood on the far blue line. A sold-out crowd of 2,648 was on hand. SCORING LATE One of the points of emphasis for Army has been winning the third period. Through 25 games, the Black Knights have scored 19 goals and allowed 22 in the final 20 minutes. In league games, Army

BRANCHES AND POSTS Army’s senior class chose their military branches in November and their posts in January. The senior members of the team will be serving the U.S. Army in the following branches and military posts: Player ................................................... Branch ..................................................... Post #4 Cody Ikkala........................................ Engineers .....................................Fort Riley, Kansas #5 John Clark .....................................Signal Corps ............................Fort Lewis, Washington #13 Jon Bobb ............................................ Finance .......................................Fort Hood, Texas #21 Andy Starczewski.......................Field Artillery ................................ Fort Drum, New York #25 Cheyne Rocha ................................ Engineers .............................. Fort Carson, Colorado #30 Ryan Leets ...................................... Engineers .............................. Fort Carson, Colorado #35 Matt Walsh .........................................Infantry ...................... Schofield Barracks, Hawaii Manager Tony Kratz ............... Military Intelligence ...............................Wiesbaden, Germany holds a 16-14 advantage in the final period and overtime. STONE WALL Army senior alternate captain Ryan Leets enjoyed a stellar run in November and December to help Army remain near the top of the standings. From Nov. 16 until Dec. 1, he was 3-0-1 with a 1.93 goals against average and .928 save percentage. Leets yielded just seven goals over that span and was in net as Army beat Sacred Heart (3-2), Bentley (3-2) and AIC (3-2) and tied Connecticut (2-2). Leets held Bentley to just a pair of goals, two below their average which, at the time, led the country. CLARK’S CORNER Army senior defenseman John Clark is authoring a blog this season at www.goARMYsports.com. Clark will provide periodic updates throughout the season, providing fans an inside look into the Black Knights. TURKEY DAY TRAVEL For the first time in the nine-year tenure of Army hockey coach Brian Riley, the Black Knights did not play over Thanksgiving. With a roster that features 13 freshmen, Riley opted for the players to return home for the first

BRIAN RILEY SIGNATURE WINS Since 2004-05 when he took over as head coach, Brian Riley has led the Black Knights to some key wins. Among them: Date ........... Opponent............................Result ......................................................................Notes 10/30/04 ...at Colgate ............................W, 3-2 ........................................first official collegiate win 11/11/05 ...AIR FORCE ...........................W, 3-0 ................................... first win against the Falcons 11/1/2/05 .AIR FORCE ...........................W, 4-3 (OT) ............................................... first sweep of AF 1/6/05........MERCYHURST......................W, 5-0 ....................................first win against Mercyhurst 1/7/05........MERCYHURST......................W, 3-2 (OT) .................................first sweep of Mercyhurst 12/29/06 ...RIT ........................................W, 2-1 ......................................win in first game vs. Tigers 3/10/07......BENTLEY ..............................W, 6-2 .................................................first AHA playoff win 1/25/08 .....AIR FORCE ...........................W, 2-1 ............................................ beat AF on national TV 1/27/08 .....AIR FORCE ...........................W, 2-1 ..........................................swept AF on national TV 1/3/09........vs. #2 Miami........................W, 3-2 ..................................upset at Ohio Hockey Classic 10/31/09 ...at RPI ...................................W, 2-1 ................. comeback win, first vs. ECAC since ‘04 1/29/10 .....AIR FORCE ...........................W, 4-2 ..............................knocks Falcons from first-place 1/30/10 .....AIR FORCE ...........................T, 3-3 (OT) ................................comeback from 2-0 deficit 11/5/10 .....at UMass..............................W, 5-2 .......... third straight year with non-conference win 11/27/10 ...vs. Niagara...........................W, 4-1 .........Army’s first win vs. Niagara, follows 4-1 loss 1/15/11 .....at Air Force ..........................W, 5-4 ....... 1st per. 3-0 lead, end 8-game winless streak 1/21/11 .....vs. Robert Morris.................W, 3-1 ................................first meeting between schools 12/31/11 ...vs. Rensselaer .....................W, 3-2 ...........4th straight season w/non-conference win 10/27/12 ...at Holy Cross .......................W, 7-2 ................................................ 100th career victory 12/1/12 .....vs. AIC ..................................W, 3-2 .......................................Major Tom Kennedy Night 12/30/12 ...at Canisius ...........................W, 1-0 (OT) ............................first OT road win since 2002 1/4/13........vs. #19 Robert Morris.........W, 5-0 ....................First win vs. ranked team since 2009

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time since summer training began for most of the players. The team enjoyed three days off before returning to practice on Sunday, Nov. 25. CLASSY DEFENSEMAN Not only was senior defenseman Cheyne Rocha a finalist for a Rhodes Scholarship, he is also on the ballot for the Senior CLASS Award.

ARMY AMONG AHA LEADERS INDIVIDUALS SCORING 1. Brett Gensler, Bentley ...................... 13-19-32 T32. Andy Starczewski, Army................. 6-13-19 GOALS 1. Kyle Gibbons, Canisius ............................... 14 T31. Thane Heller, Army .....................................8 ASSISTS 1. 4 tied............................................................ 19 T22. Andy Starczewski .................................... 13 POWER PLAY GOALS 1. 2 tied...............................................................8 T9. Mac Lalor, Army............................................4 T19. Thane Heller, Army.....................................3 SHORT-HANDED GOALS 1. 2 tied...............................................................3 T4. Brian Schultz, Army ......................................1 T4. R.J. Burns, Army ...........................................1 GAME-WINNING GOALS 1. 2 tied...............................................................5 T11. Maurice Alvarez, Army ...............................2 T11. Joe Kozlak, Army ........................................2 DEFENSEMAN SCORING 1. Chris Saracino, RIT ............................ 7-18-25 T9. Mac Lalor, Army...................................4-9-13 T22. Jonathan Gehrt, Army......................... 3-5-8 FRESHMEN SCORING 1. Andrew Gladiuk, Bentley ................. 12-16-28 T4. Thane Heller, Army ..............................8-4-12 T7. Joe Kozlak, Army..................................5-6-11 T12. Willie Faust, Army ............................... 3-6-9 T16. Jonathan Gehrt, Army ......................... 3-5-8 T16. Shane Hearn, Army ............................. 4-4-8 TEAM GOALS PER GAME 1. Mercyhurst ............................................... 3.39 T11. Army ...................................................... 2.20 SCORING DEFENSE 1. Canisius .................................................... 2.17 9. Army .......................................................... 3.36 POWER PLAY 1. RIT ............................................................. 25.9 12. Army........................................................ 11.7 PENALTY KILL 1. Canisius .................................................... 91.0 10. Army ........................................................ 76.8

He is one of 20 student-athletes that have been named nominees for the prestigious Senior CLASS Award, an accolade that recognizes achievements on and off the ice. Rocha, from Rye, N.H., is one of 20 candidates on the initial ballot. The list will be cut in half to 10 finalists midway through the regular season. The winner will be chosen through a nationwide vote by media, coaches and fans. An acronym for Celebrating Loyalty and Achievement for Staying in School, the Senior CLASS Award focuses on the total student-athlete and encourages students to use their platform in athletics to make a positive impact as leaders in their communities. The winner of the award best exemplifies excellence in communication, classroom, character and competition. A team captain, Rocha boasts a cumulative grade-point average of greater than 4.0 and is a three-time Atlantic Hockey Association Academic All-Star. An Engineering Management major, he has been on the Dean’s List in each of his six semesters. In addition to his work in the classroom, Rocha was instrumental in beginning House of Blues, an awareness campaign for prostate cancer. The event originated at West Point and is now the preferred charity of Atlantic Hockey. He is also active with the Special Olympics and Neighborhood Knights, a team group that provides community service. Rocha volunteers with the Army Junior Black Knights hockey program and holds a leadership position in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. On the ice, Rocha is a four-year contributor. He overcame a leg injury in his junior season and has played in all eight of the team’s game this year. He has one assist. ARMY vs. BENTLEY in 2012-13 (11/29/12) WATERTOWN, Mass. – Army freshman forward R.J. Burns made his first collegiate goal memorable.

And the Black Knights played outstanding defense during a rare Thursday night game. Burns scored a short-handed goal which turned out to be the game-winner and Army held the nation’s leading scoring team to two goals as the Black Knights posted a 3-2 victory over Bentley in an Atlantic Hockey Association game at the John A. Ryan Skating Arena. Army scored once in the first period and twice in the second and improved to 4-6-1 overall and 4-2-1 in league games. Burns, Andy Starczewski and Josh Richards scored goals for Army, which was idle since Nov. 17. Thane Heller, Willie Faust, Shane Hearn and Cheyne Rocha collected assists. Army goalie Ryan Leets made 24 saves to earn this third win of the season. Bentley’s Branden Komm made 30 saves. WINNING WITH YOUTH Army is the third youngest team in Division I, according to research by College Hockey Inc. Army has 13 freshmen on its roster at the start of the season, just one less than Penn State and Providence which have 14. Miami and Michigan State each have 12 freshmen on their rosters. 100 FOR COACH RILEY Army head coach Brian Riley posted his 100th career victory in a 7-2 win at Holy Cross in Worcester, Mass., on Oct. 27. Riley, now in his ninth season as head coach, is the third member of his family to eclipse the century mark for career victories. Brian’s father, Jack, won 542 games in his 36 seasons as head coach while brother Rob posted 257 victories during his 18 seasons. WEEKEND SWEEP For the first time since 2011, Army swept a pair

SCORING -- THE LAST TIME Player #1 Tadazak #2 McNulty #3 Pomarico #4 Ikkala #5 Clark #7 O’Leary #8 Vogel #10 Zaremba #11 Schultz #13 Bobb #14 Kozlak #15 Burns #16 St. Denis #17 Santee #18 Lalor #19 Richards #20 Gehrt #21 Starczewski #22 Heller #23 Jenkins #24 Alvarez #25 Rocha #26 Hearn #27 Faust #28 Roberts #30 Leets

Scored A Goal (Games Played) n/a (27) n/a (13) 12/1/12 vs, AIC (12) 2/13/10 vs. RIT (57) n/a (121) 1/18/13 vs. RIT (4) n/a (5) 2/1/13 at Mercyhurst (2) 2/2/13 at Mercyhurst (1) n/a (33) 1/19/13 vs. RIT (3) 11/29/12 at Bentley (9) n/a (2) 2/5/11 vs. UConn (7) 12/11/12 at Merrimack (11) 1/19/13 vs. RIT (3) 1/4/13 vs. #19 Robert Morris (8) 1/18/13 vs. RIT (4) 1/18/13 vs. RIT (4) 10/13/12 vs. #20 Maine (22) 1/4/13 vs. #19 Robert Morris (8) 1/5/13 vs. #19 Robert Morris (7) 1/11/13 at Air Force (6) 1/4/13 vs. #19 Robert Morris (3) n/a (22) n/a (55)

Had An Assist (Games Played) 11/5/11 at RIT (24) n/a (13) n/a (22) 1/21/12 vs. Air Force (15) 1/18/13 vs. RIT (4) n/a (16) n/a (5) 1/4/13 vs. #19 Robert Morris (8) 1/18/13 vs. RIT (4) 12/7/12 at UConn (3) 1/18/13 vs. RIT (4) 1/12/13 vs. Air Force n/a (2) 3/5/11 vs. AIC 1/18/13 vs. RIT (4) 1/18/13 vs. RIT (4) 1/4/13 vs. #19 Robert Morris (8) 1/18/13 vs. RIT (4) 11/29/12 at Bentley (14) 10/20/12 at Sacred Heart (20) 2/1/13 at Mercyhurst (2) 1/19/13 vs. RIT (3) 2/1/13 at Mercyhurst (2) 1/19/13 vs. RIT (1) 1/18/13 vs. RIT (3) 1/29/11 at Bentley (40)

Player #30 Leets #35 Tadazak

Recorded A Shutout (Saves) Last Win (Saves) n/a (49) 12/1/12 vs. AIC (31) (3) 1/4/13 vs. #19 Robert Morris (22) 1/4/13 vs. #19 Robert Morris (22)

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of weekend games. Following up a 3-2 road win at Bentley, Army beat AIC two days later by the same score, the first time Army won both weekend contests since Feb. 18-19, 2011. SKATE WITH US The popular “Skate With The Black Knights,” returns for the third consecutive season. The final Postgame skate is scheduled for Feb. 23. Fans must bring their own skates and store them under their seats during the game. Selected Army players will join fans for a 20minute skating session following the contest with plenty of photograph and autograph opportunities. ABOUT THE BLACK KNIGHTS Army is 7-14-4 overall and 7-9-4 in league games. The Black Knights are averaging 2.2 goals per game and allowing 3.4. They have scored 12 power play goals in 97 chances while allowing 22 scores in 95 opponent opportunities. Andy Starczewski leads the team with 13 assists and 19 points, while Josh Richards (five goals, eight assists) and Mac Lalor (four goals, nine assists), each have 13 points. Thane Heller has a team-best eight goals and four assists. Joe Kozlak (five goals, six assists) and Zak Zaremba (six goals, four assist) also have double-digit points. Rob Tadazak is 3-8-3 in goal with a 3.03 goals against average and .911 save percentage. Ryan Leets is 4-6-1 with a 3.44 goals against average and .906 save percentage. ABOUT THE FALCONS Bentley is 11-15-1 overall and 9-11-1 in league games after dropping a 9-0 decision to Connecticut on Tuesday. The Falcons average 3.30 goals per game and allow 3.19. They have scored 20 power play goals in 101 chances while allowing 20 goals in 84 opportunities. Brett Gensler leads the team in scoring with 32 points and 19 assists. Andrew Gladiuk has 12 goals and 16 assists and Alex Grieve shows totals of nine goals and 16 assists. In all, Bentley has 10 players with at least 10 points. Branden Komm has played the bulk of minutes in goal and is 10-14-0 with a 3.18 goals against average and .911 save percentage. ON-ICE RECOGNITION Seniors Ryan Leets and Cheyne Rocha were honored on the ice prior to the Penn State game on Oct. 26 for their excellence in the classroom last season.

2012-13 AWARDS ATLANTIC HOCKEY ASSOCIATION Player of the Month .........................Andy Starczewski, October Rookie of the Month ....................................Joe Kozlak, October Player of the Week ................................. Mac Lalor, 12/17/12 .................... Andy Starczewski, 10/22/12 Rookie of the Week .............................. Willie Faust, 10/22/12 ...................................Willie Faust, 1/6/13 Army Athletic Association Athlete of the Week ................................ Rob Tadazak, 1/6/13 .................... Andy Starczewski, 10/22/12

Both Leets and Rocha posted a 4.0 grade-point average and were tabbed as Student Athletes of the Year by the Atlantic Hockey Association. League commissioner Bob DeGregorio, head Officer Representative Col. Ed Naessens, Army hockey head coach Brian Riley and Executive Athletic Director Bob Beretta were on hand to present the awards. Leets, from Kentwood, Mich., earned a 4.04 grade-point average as a Civil Engineering major. Rocha, an Engineering Management major from Rye, N.H., registered a 4.17 GPA. Leets and Rocha were among the 18 Army hockey players named to the Atlantic Hockey All-Academic Team last season. ICE BREAKER OPEN Army began its season at the Ice Breaker Tournament in Kansas City, Mo. The Black Knights fell to Nebraska-Omaha 5-1 and #20 Maine overcame a pair of deficits in a 4-3 win in the consolation game. Notre Dame beat Nebraska-Omaha, 3-2, to win the title. MONTHLY HONORS Army senior Andy Starczewski and freshman Joe Kozlak picked up a pair of awards as the Atlantic Hockey Association announced its monthly award winners. Starczewski was named the Player of the Month and Kozlak the Rookie of the Month as October competitions concluded. Carsen Chubak of Niagara was the Goaltender of the Month. Starczewski totaled four goals and six assists in his first six games of the season. He scored a hat trick against Sacred Heart and handed out three assists at Holy Cross to help Army to a 2-3-1 overall record and 2-0-1 conference mark. Kozlak collected six points in the first six games of the season and earned his first league citation as the Rookie of the Month. He has two goals and four assists on the year, including the game-winning goal in the road victory at Holy Cross. LEADER ATHLETES For the second consecutive year, the Army men’s hockey team earned the Leader-Athlete Award from West Point for having the highest cadet performance score among the male NCAA-sponsored sports. Cadet performance scores include academic, military and physical development. The Army Athletic Association annually distributes an award to the teams who achieve the highest score. The cross country team paced the females. Senior goalie and alternate captain Ryan Leets led the hockey squad and was named a LeaderAthlete. SLEDDING ALONG The Army hockey team will continue its tradition of playing the Long Island RoughRiders sled hockey team. This year’s exhibition is slated for Feb. 16 against Bentley. After the game, Army will trade the skates for sleds and compete in a 20-minute exhibition game against the team from Long Island. Sled hockey is played mainly by people with various lower extremity disabilities in which players are seated on sleds, which are affixed to two hockey skate blades under the seat. The sleds are about three inches off the ice and around three feet long depending on the size of the player. The sled glides on the blades and a metal bar located at the front of the sled. Players use their arms to propel themselves along the ice and dig picks, on the ends of two short hockey sticks, into the ice to pull themselves

forward. Players have a right and a left stick (the blades are curved differently) that are miniature copies of a typical hockey stick, except for the metal picks (like figure skate toe picks) on the ends. Players shoot, pass, and propel themselves with the sticks. This marks the sixth year Army has played Long Island. SCHOLARS Ryan Leets and Cheyne Rocha were among the 18 hockey players honored as the Atlantic Hockey Association distributed its academic awards over the summer. Leets, a goalie and Rocha, a defenseman, were tabbed as Student-Athletes of the Year by posting at least a 4.0 grade-point average. Leets became the first player in league history to be named a Student-Athlete of the Year three times. Leets and Rocha were among the 14 student-athletes with a GPA of 4.0 or higher and the two were included in the 179 league players who posted at least a 3.0 in both semesters of competition and a GPA of 3.0 during the 2011-12 season. Joining Leets and Rocha on the All-Academic Team were Marcel Alvarez, Jack Barnes, Jon Bobb, John Clark, Danny Colvin, Mark Dube, Mike Hull, Cody Ikkala, Bret Larson, Kyle Maggard, Alex McRae, Josh Richards, Pat Ryan, Brian Schultz, Bryant Skarda and Matt Walsh. Leets, from Kentwood, Mich., showed a 4.04 GPA as Civil Engineering major during his junior season. Rocha, an Engineering Management major from Rye, N.H., registered a 4.17 GPA during his junior season.

CLASS OF 2016 Getting accepted to West Point is a challenge in itself. A look at the Class of 2016 shows that 15,170 candidates applied, 4,284 were nominated, 2,554 qualified and 1,193 were admitted. Of those admitted, 72% were in the top-five of their high school class, eight percent were valedictorians, 90% played varsity sports, 57% served as team captain and 18% were either class or student body presidents. @COACH_BRILEY Army head coach Brian Riley is now on Twitter. You can follow his tweets @Coach_BRiley. NUMBER CHANGES Two Army players have changed numbers. Sophomore defenseman Maurice Alvarez is now wearing 24 after donning 16 as a freshman. Sophomore forward Josh Richards has opted for 19 after wearing 3 his first season. LEAGUE HONORS Senior Andy Starczewski and freshman Willie Faust collected a pair of Atlantic Hockey Association honors for their performances Oct. 19-20. Army beat Sacred Heart 5-2 and tied the Pioneers in overtime the next night, 4-4. Starczewski registered his second career hat trick and totaled five points in a weekend series with Sacred Heart and earned AHA Travel Team USA Player of the Week accolades. Faust netted a goal and two assists and picked up AHA Travel Team USA Rookie of the Week honors.

SCORING -- BY CLASS GP

G

A

P

PPG

SH

GWG

SENIORS #4 Cody Ikkala #5 John Clark #13 Jon Bobb #21 Andy Starczewski #25 Cheyne Rocha TOTALS

4 25 11 25 23 88

0 0 0 6 1 7

0 4 1 13 3 21

0 4 1 19 4 28

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 1 0 1

JUNIORS #11 Brian Schultz #17 Mike Santee TOTALS

GP 24 injured 24

G 3

A 2

P 5

PPG 0

SH 1

GWG 0

3

2

5

0

1

0

SOPHOMORES #10 Zak Zaremba #18 Mac Lalor #19 Josh Richards #24 Maurice Alvarez TOTALS

GP 25 24 25 23 97

G 6 4 5 2 17

A 4 9 8 4 25

P 10 13 13 6 42

PPG 2 4 1 0 7

SH 0 0 0 0 0

GWG 0 0 0 2 2

FRESHMEN #2 James McNulty #3 Christian Pomarico #7 Andrew O’Leary #8 Kyle Vogel #14 Joe Kozlak #15 R.J. Burns #16 Michael St. Denis #20 Jonathan Gehrt #22 Thane Heller #23 Luke Jenkins #26 Shane Hearn #27 Willie Faust #28 Josh Roberts TOTALS

GP 13 22 16 5 25 20 2 24 25 24 25 19 22 242

G 0 1 2 0 5 1 0 3 8 1 4 3 0 28

A 0 0 0 0 6 6 0 5 4 2 4 6 3 36

P 0 1 2 0 11 7 0 8 12 3 8 9 3 64

PPG 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 5

SH 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

GWG 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 4

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THE CAPTAINS Senior defenseman Cheyne Rocha will serve as the Black Knights’ captain during the 2012-13 season. Seniors Ryan Leets and Andy Starczewski and junior Brian Schultz will all handle alternate captain duties. NEIGHBORHOOD KNIGHTS Seeking to give back to the community, the Army hockey team has formed “Neighborhood Knights,” to volunteer their time. The group has been actively involved in the local community and plans to utilize its time in a number of projects that benefit the environment and recreation areas. “I am very proud of our players,” said Army hockey head coach Brian Riley. “The players decided that they wanted to be more involved and have done all of this work on their own. Being a West Point cadet or a Division I hockey player is hard enough on its own, yet these guys are finding time to make a difference in their community and that says a lot about their character.” The Neighborhood Knights began their service at Brooks Park in Fort Montgomery, N.Y., where several team members raked leaves and helped clean up the area. Picking up trash in the park and neighboring stream and trails and preparing the park for spring and summer use was the focus of the day. In addition to work at Brooks Park, the team is also actively involved in the Special Olympics. The Neighborhood Knights were also involved in

ARMY VS. BENTLEY SERIES

Army leads 23-16-7 at West Point, N.Y. Army, 16-7-2 at Watertown, Mass., Bentley 8-6-5 in Atlantic Hockey Games, Army leads 13-12-6 Current Streak: Army won two Date 1/29/82 2/8/83 12/4/93 1/27/95 12/9/95 2/20/99 11/6/99 11/10/00 11/17/00 2/2/01 11/30/01 12/1/01 11/9/02 1/10/03 1/11/03 10/24/03 11/1/03 3/5/04 10/22/04 2/18/05 2/19/05 11/18/05 11/19/05 1/27/06 1/28/06 3/11/06 (AH playoffs) 11/10/06 11/11/06 2/16/07 2/17/07 3/10/07 11/16/07 11/17/07 2/22/08 2/23/08 1/30/09 1/31/09 11/20/09 11/21/09

Location West Point, N.Y. West Point, N.Y. West Point, N.Y. West Point, N.Y. West Point, N.Y. West Point, N.Y. West Point, N.Y. Watertown, Mass. West Point, N.Y. Watertown, Mass. West Point, N.Y. Watertown, Mass. West Point, N.Y. West Point, N.Y. Watertown, Mass. Watertown, Mass. Watertown, Mass. West Point, N.Y. Watertown, Mass. West Point, N.Y. West Point, N.Y. Watertown, Mass. Watertown, Mass. West Point, N.Y. West Point, N.Y. Watertown, Mass.

Result W, 8-2 W, 6-3 W, 7-1 W, 6-2 W, 5-2 W, 7-1 W, 6-2 W, 5-2 (MAAC) W, 9-2 (MAAC) L, 4-7 (MAAC) W, 9-2 (MAAC) T, 3-3 (OT) (MAAC) L, 2-4 (MAAC) L, 3-4 (OT) (MAAC) L, 1-5 (MAAC) W, 3-1 (AHA) T 2-2 (OT) (AHA) L, 1-5 (AHA) T, 3-3 (OT) (AHA) W, 3-2 (AHA) W, 3-1 (AHA) T, 1-1 (OT) (AHA) L, 1-4 (AHA) T 2-2 (OT) (AHA) T 3-3 (OT) (AHA) L, 3-4 (2OT)

Watertown, Mass. Watertown, Mass. West Point, N.Y. West Point, N.Y. West Point N.Y. West Point, N.Y. West Point, N.Y. Watertown, Mass. Watertown, Mass. West Point, N.Y. West Point, N.Y. Watertown, Mass. Watertown, Mass.

W, 4-3 (AHA) L, 0-3 (AHA) W, 3-1 (AHA) W, 4-2 (AHA) W, 6-2 (AH playoffs) W, 7-2 (AHA) L, 2-3 (AHA) L, 1-2 (AHA) W, 6-3 (AHA) L, 0-6 (AHA) L, 1-4 (AHA) W, 5-1 (AHA) L, 3-4 (AHA)

9/11 tributes and are planning to Adopt-A-Highway in the near future, cleaning a 1.3 mile strip in Fort Montgomery, N.Y., as part of a two-year agreement. Currently, members are working with local youth hockey teams with several projects in the works. ABBOTSFORD HEAT Former Army hockey standout Zach McKelvie is now with the Calgary Flames affiliate Abbotsford Heat. After two seasons with the Boston Bruins, McKelvie signed with Abbotsford in the offseason and will wear No. 4. A 2009 graduate of the U.S. Military Academy, McKelvie served in the Army for two years before joining the Bruins organization. He was stationed in Fort Benning, Ga., as an infantry officer and will serve eight years of reserve time. McKelvie, listed as a 6-foot-2, 200-pound defenseman, played in 39 games last season with the Providence Bruins with a goal and an assist and 46 penalty minutes. This season, McKelvie has appeared in 29 games for the AHL squad with one assist. FROZEN IN PITTSBURGH The Frozen Four will be held in Pittsburgh, Pa., this season at the CONSOL Energy Center, April 11 and 13. FIRST FAMILY OF HOCKEY It’s tough to argue with those who call the Riley’s the “first family of hockey.” From Jack Riley winning an Olympic gold medal to his five children all play12/10/10 1/28/11 1/29/11 11/19/11 1/27/12 1/28/12 12/29/12

West Point, N.Y. Watertown, Mass. Waterntown, Mass. West Point, N.Y. West Point, N.Y. Watertown, Mass. Watertown, Mass.

W, 3-1 (AHA) L, 1-2 (AHA) T, 1-1 (OT) (AHA) L, 1-4 (AHA) L, 2-6 (AHA) W, 3-1 (AHA) W, 3-2 (AHA)

at West Point, N.Y. Army, 16-8-2 Date Location Result 1/29/82 West Point, N.Y. W, 8-2 2/8/83 West Point, N.Y. W, 6-3 12/4/93 West Point, N.Y. W, 7-1 1/27/95 West Point, N.Y. W, 6-2 12/9/95 West Point, N.Y. W, 5-2 2/20/99 West Point, N.Y. W, 7-1 11/6/99 West Point, N.Y. W, 6-2 11/17/00 West Point, N.Y. W, 9-2 (MAAC) 11/30/01 West Point, N.Y. W, 9-2 (MAAC) 11/9/02 West Point, N.Y. L, 2-4 (MAAC) 1/10/03 West Point, N.Y. L, 3-4 (OT) (MAAC) 3/5/04 West Point, N.Y. L, 1-5 (AHA) 2/18/05 West Point, N.Y. W, 3-2 (AHA) 2/19/05 West Point, N.Y. W, 3-1 (AHA) 1/27/06 West Point, N.Y. T 2-2 (OT) (AHA) 1/28/06 West Point, N.Y. T 3-3 (OT) (AHA) 2/16/07 West Point, N.Y. W, 3-1 (AHA) 2/17/07 West Point, N.Y. W, 4-2 (AHA) 3/10/07 West Point N.Y. W, 6-2 (AH playoffs) 11/16/07 West Point, N.Y. W, 7-2 (AHA) 11/17/07 West Point, N.Y. L, 2-3 (AHA) 1/30/09 West Point, N.Y. L, 0-6 (AHA) 1/31/09 West Point, N.Y. L, 1-4 (AHA) 12/10/10 West Point, N.Y. W, 3-1 (AHA) 11/19/11 West Point, N.Y. L, 1-4 (AHA) 1/27/12 West Point, N.Y. L, 2-6 (AHA) at Watertown, Mass., Bentley 8-6-5 Date Location Result 11/10/00 Watertown, Mass. W, 5-2 (MAAC) 2/2/01 Watertown, Mass. L, 4-7 (MAAC) 12/1/01 Watertown, Mass. T, 3-3 (OT) (MAAC) 1/11/03 Watertown, Mass. L, 1-5 (MAAC) 10/24/03 Watertown, Mass. W, 3-1 (AHA) 11/1/03 Watertown, Mass. T 2-2 (OT) (AHA) 10/22/04 Watertown, Mass. T, 3-3 (OT) (AHA) 11/18/05 Watertown, Mass. T, 1-1 (OT) (AHA) 11/19/05 Watertown, Mass. L, 1-4 (AHA)

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ing Division I hockey, the evidence is on the ice. Jack Riley coached at Army from 1951-1986, winning 542 games in the process. He was also selected to coach the 1960 U.S. Olympic men’s hockey team and led the squad to its first gold medal in the sport. Jack’s five children all served as captains at their respective schools. Rob and Mark both played at Boston College while Jay was a star at Harvard. Brian graduated from Brown University while Mary Beth, the lone female, was a captain at St. Lawrence University. Rob took over the Army head coaching position from his father in 1986 and then turned the program over to Brian in 2004. WATCH IT ONLINE America One will again provide video and audio where available of every Atlantic Hockey Association game. Previously the B2 Network, America One is the official multi-media provider of the AHA and carries all games home and away. Subscriptions can be purchased monthly or annually. To access games, visit b2tv.com. TWEETING The official Army Athletic Association twitter page can be found at @ArmyAthletics. Score updates, links to game notes and feature stories and breaking news are all tweeted.

3/11/06 (AH playoffs) 11/10/06 11/11/06 2/22/08 2/23/08 11/20/09 11/21/09 1/28/11 1/29/11 1/28/12 12/29/12

Watertown, Mass. Watertown, Mass. Watertown, Mass. Watertown, Mass. Watertown, Mass. Watertown, Mass. Watertown, Mass. Watertown, Mass. Waterntown, Mass. Watertown, Mass. Watertown, Mass.

L, 3-4 (2OT) W, 4-3 (AHA) L, 0-3 (AHA) L, 1-2 (AHA) W, 6-3 (AHA) W, 5-1 (AHA) L, 3-4 (AHA) L, 1-2 (AHA) T, 1-1 (OT) (AHA) W, 3-1 (AHA) W, 3-2 (AHA)

Atlantic Hockey Games: Army leads 13-12-6 Atlantic Hockey Playoffs: 1-1 Date Location Result 10/24/03 Watertown, Mass. W, 3-1 (AHA) 11/1/03 Watertown, Mass. T 2-2 (OT) (AHA) 3/5/04 West Point, N.Y. L, 1-5 (AHA) 10/22/04 Watertown, Mass. T, 3-3 (OT) (AHA) 2/18/05 West Point, N.Y. W, 3-2 (AHA) 2/19/05 West Point, N.Y. W, 3-1 (AHA) 11/18/05 Watertown, Mass. T, 1-1 (OT) (AHA) 11/19/05 Watertown, Mass. L, 1-4 (AHA) 1/27/06 West Point, N.Y. T 2-2 (OT) (AHA) 1/28/06 West Point, N.Y. T 3-3 (OT) (AHA) 3/11/06 Watertown, Mass. L, 3-4 (2OT) (AH playoffs) 11/10/06 Watertown, Mass. W, 4-3 (AHA) 11/11/06 Watertown, Mass. L, 0-3 (AHA) 2/16/07 West Point, N.Y. W, 3-1 (AHA) 2/17/07 West Point, N.Y. W, 4-2 (AHA) 3/10/07 West Point N.Y. W, 6-2 (AH playoffs) 11/16/07 West Point, N.Y. W, 7-2 (AHA) 11/17/07 West Point, N.Y. L, 2-3 (AHA) 2/22/08 Watertown, Mass. L, 1-2 (AHA) 2/23/08 Watertown, Mass. W, 6-3 (AHA) 1/30/09 West Point, N.Y. L, 0-6 (AHA) 1/31/09 West Point, N.Y. L, 1-4 (AHA) 11/20/09 Watertown, Mass. W, 5-1 (AHA) 11/21/09 Watertown, Mass. L, 3-4 (AHA) 12/10/10 West Point, N.Y. W, 3-1 (AHA) 1/28/11 Watertown, Mass. L, 1-2 (AHA) 1/29/11 Waterntown, Mass. T, 1-1 (OT) (AHA) 11/19/11 West Point, N.Y. L, 1-4 (AHA) 1/27/12 West Point, N.Y. L, 2-6 (AHA) 1/28/12 Watertown, Mass. W, 3-1 (AHA) 12/29/12 Watertown, Mass. W, 3-2 (AHA)

ATLANTIC HOCKEY ASSOCIATION STANDINGS GP Niagara 21 Mercyhurst 21 Air Force 21 Holy Cross 19 Connecticut 21 Canisius 21 Robert Morris 21 RIT 21 Bentley 21 Army 20 American Int’l 20 Sacred Heart 19 As of: Feb. 11 , 2013

Points 36 26 25 22 22 22 21 20 19 18 13 2

RESULTS Robert Morris 1, Mercyhurst 0 Canisius 2, Niagara 0 Air Force 4, Mercyhurst 2 Robert Morris 3, RIT 0 RIT 4, Robert Morris 3 Air Force 2, Mercyhurst 2 Niagara 2, Canisius 0 AIC 3, Army 0 Connecticut 4, Bentley 1 Connecticut 9, Bentley 0

HOW I SPENT MY SUMMER

Conference Record Win% 17-2-2 0.857 12-7-2 0.619 10-6-5 0.595 10-7-2 0.579 10-9-2 0.524 10-9-2 0.524 10-10-1 0.500 8-9-4 0.476 9-11-1 0.452 7-9-4 0.450 4-11-5 0.325 0-17-2 0.053

GF 72 77 69 55 54 53 62 68 67 49 44 44

GA 36 53 45 57 55 46 67 68 67 63 64 93

UPCOMING GAMES Tuesday, Feb. 12 Sacred Heart at Holy Cross, 7:05 p.m.

GP 28 28 29 26 28 30 28 28 27 25 26 26

Record 18-5-5 14-11-3 12-10-7 14-10-2 13-12-3 11-14-5 15-11-2 10-13-5 11-15-1 7-14-4 7-14-5 0-24-2

Overall Win% 0.732 0.554 0.534 0.577 0.518 0.450 0.571 0.446 0.426 0.360 0.365 0.038

GF 87 95 91 78 70 66 81 90 89 55 58 58

Tuesday, Feb. 19 Holy Cross at Sacred Heart, 7:05 p.m.

Friday, Feb. 15 Army at Bentley, 7:05 p.m. Holy Cross at Connecticut, 7:05 p.m. RIT at Mercyhurst, 7:05 p.m. Sacred Heart at AIC, 7:05 p.m. Canisius at Air Force, 9:05 p.m.

Friday, Feb. 22 Connecticut at Army, 7:05 p.m. Holy Cross at AIC, 7:05 p.m. Sacred Heart at Bentley, 7:05 p.m. Robert Morris at Canisius, 7:05 p.m. Air Force at RIT, 7:05 p.m. Mercyhurst at Niagara, 7:05 p.m.

Saturday, Feb. 16 Bentley at Army, 7:05 p.m. Connecticut at Holy Cross, 7:05 p.m. Niagara at Robert Morris, 7:05 p.m. RIT at Mercyhurst, 7:05 p.m. AIC at Sacred Heart, 7:05 p.m. Canisius at Air Force, 9:05 p.m.

Saturday, Feb. 23 AIC at Holy Cross, 5:05 p.m. Connecticut at Army, 7:05 p.m. Bentley at Sacred Heart, 7:05 p.m. Canisius at Robert Morris, 7:05 p.m. Air Force at RIT, 7:05 p.m. Niagara at Mercyhurst, 7:05 p.m.

#1 Rob Tadazak Completed Cadet Field Training before Physical Individual Advance Development hockey camp. #4 Cody Ikkala Spent three weeks in Israel touring with Israeli officers. Also spent time with an Air Defense Artillery unit in Fort Bliss, Texas. #5 John Clark Participated in Cadet Troop Leadership Training at West Point and then served as First Regimental Assistant at Cadet Basic Training before hockey camp in Brainerd, Minn. #10 Zak Zaremba Completed Cadet Field Training and then participated in a Physical Individual Advance Development with Maurice Alvarez. #11 Brian Schultz Served as Cadet Field Training Squad at Camp Buckner. #13 Jon Bobb Participated in Cadet Leadership Development Training and then went to Fort Richardson, Alaska, for three weeks. #17 Mike Santee Was not enrolled at West Point but did teach himself how to play guitar and train his new puppy, a Golden Retriever named Pembroke. #18 Mac Lalor Attended his brother’s graduation festivities at Bowdoin College. Attended the wedding of former teammate Alex McRae (2010) and completed Cadet Field Training.

GA 61 76 73 78 71 65 77 98 90 84 89 137

#21 Andy Starczewski Participated in Cadet Troop Leadership Training in Fort Carson, Colo. #24 Maurice Alvarez Was part of the “enemy” during Cadet basic Training. Spent three weeks training and participated in ambushes and raids against his fellow cadets. After Cadet Field Training, participated in a Physical Individual Advance Development with Zak Zaremba. #25 Cheyne Rocha Participated in Cadet Troop Leadership Training in Fort Carson, Colo., with an Engineering Unit. Took part in Academic Individual Advanced Development with the National Security Agency and with U.S. Army Africa in Italy. #30 Ryan Leets Spent four weeks with the 84th Engineering Support Company at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii. Then spent three weeks in Washington, D.C., working under the Assistant Secretary of the Army to help develop a phone application to educate and train soldiers on operational energy. #35 Matt Walsh Participated in Cadet Leadership Develop Training as an Operations Officer.

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GETTING TO KNOW THE BLACK KNIGHTS

the mother of John the Baptist, was supposed to be barren. His mother’s name is Elizabeth and #1 Rob Tadazak didn’t start skat- was told that she, too, wouldn’t ing until he was eight and played be able to have kids. Zacharias was actually Elizabeth’s husband, five years of junior hockey. not her son. His name should be #4 Cody Ikkala is the only player John instead of Zachariah. on the team who is engaged to be married. His fiancée is a class- #11 Brian Schultz went bowling at least once a week when he mate at West Point. played juniors. Also served as a #5 John Clark can sing, play the waiter, on rollerblades, at Sonic. guitar, trumpet and saxophone His major is Nuclear Engineering.

#21 Andy Starczewski started skating at age 2 and is very vocal in his support of the New York Yankees. #24 Maurice Alvarez first played defense as a 16-year old. A former competitive paintball player, he traveled all over the country to participate in tournaments. Is also a former freestyle skier.

#25 Cheyne Rocha is applying for Rhodes (Oxford), Mitchell (Ireland) and Gates (Cambridge) and was once featured on ESPN Top-10 Plays. He was #4 when he #13 Jon Bobb didn’t start play- Scholarships. Fancies himself an scored a breakaway during as a ing ice hockey until he was 12. excellent cook after working in a high school senior. Clark and his While he is a lefty shot, he does restaurant for four years. Lake of the Woods teammates everything else right-handed. #30 Ryan Leets earned the Suwere playing St. Paul Johnson in an outdoor game on a river in #17 Mike Santee began spend- perintendent’s Award for ExcelBaudette, Minn., during the first ing time at ice rinks as a one- lent for achieving a top-5 class Hockey Day in Minnesota. Clark’s month old with his father, an ranking in 2013. Earned the Disgoal sealed the 5-3 victory and Olympic figure skater. In addi- tinguished Cadet Award for a 3.67 tion to football, baseball, soccer, or above GPA for two consecutive earned him a spot in Top Plays. basketball and hockey, he also semesters. Received the Dean’s #10 Zak Zaremba comes from participated in figure skating and Pentathlete Award for receiving an A- or above in all physical, milia military family. His father, both gymnastics. tary and academic classes for the grandfathers and most of his #18 Mac Lalor not only plays guisemester. Is the lone Civil Engigreat uncles were all enlisted in the military. His full name is Zach- tar, he has dual citizenship in the neering major on the team. ariah because his parents misin- U.S. and Canada and is a former #35 Matt Walsh is an experiterpreted a bible verse. Elizabeth, skateboarding standout. enced carpenter and welder after working in the family business. He drives a 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle GETTING TO KNOW THE BLACK KNIGHTS and attended the Tuck Business Favorite Favorite Best Will Scott at Dartmouth for a month Army NHL Dressed Win prior to his junior year. Jersey Jersey Teammate Stanley Cup #1 Tadazak #4 Ikkala #5 Clark #10 Zaremba #11 Schultz #13 Bobb #17 Santee #18 Lalor #21 Starczewski #24 Alvarez #25 Rocha #30 Leets #35 Walsh

Gold Grey Grey Gold Grey Grey Blue White Grey Gold Blue Gold Gold

Oilers Flyers Wild Vancouver King’s King’s Blackhawks Bruins Rangers Wild Rangers Rangers Bruins

Lalor Richards Leets Walsh/Ikkala Ikkala Bobb Walsh Walsh Walsh Lalor Walsh Walsh Walsh

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ARMY HOCKEY -- THE LAST TIME Army scored eight goals.................................................2-26-10 at AIC (8-6, win) Army scored nine goals: ........................................... 11-20-10, vs. AIC (9-3, win) Army scored 10 goals: .......................................2-26-00, vs. Findlay (10-6, win) Army scored 11 goals: ..................................... 2-14-98, vs. Fairfield (11-2, win) Army scored 12 goals: ..................................... 2-25-95, vs. Fairfield (12-3, win) Army scored 13 goals: ............................................1-17-97, vs. Iona (13-3, win) Army scored 14 goals: ...................................... 1-29-99, vs. Nichols (14-1, win) Army scored 15 goals: ...................................... 1-19-85, vs. Buffalo (15-2, win) Army scored 16 goals: ............................2-16-84, vs. American Int’l (16-3, win) Army scored 17 goals: ................................10-29-82, vs. Kent State (17-3, win) Army scored 18 goals: .....................February 1944, vs. Penn State (18-3, win) an opponent scored nine goals: ............................ 3-6-04, vs. UConn (9-6, loss) an opponent scored 10 goals: ......................12-28-91, vs. Colgate (10-3, loss) an opponent scored 11 goals: ....................12-27-91, vs. Clarkson (11-1, loss) an opponent scored 12 goals: ..............2-23-96, vs. UMass-Lowell (12-3, loss) an opponent scored 13 goals: .......................... 2-17-79, vs. Elmira (13-2, loss) an opponent scored 14 goals: ............... 2-26-55, vs. St. Lawrence (14-1, loss) an opponent scored 15 goals: ............................ 1-3-92, vs. Maine (15-5, loss) an opponent scored 17 goals: ...................... 2-25-55, vs. Clarkson (17-0, loss) an Army player scored three goals: .......................................... 10-19-12 ........................................................ vs. Sacred Heart (Andy Starczewski) an Army player scored four goals: .............11-6-99, vs. Bentley (Mike Fairman) an Army player scored five goals: .....................2-7-76, vs. RMC (Larry Pallotta) an Army player scored six goals: ............. 2-16-74, vs. New Haven (George Clark) an Army player scored seven goals: ..........2-5-75, vs. Wesleyan (George Clark) an Army player had three assists: ...................2-5-11 at UConn (Cheyne Rocha) an Army player had four assists: ...............................2-19-11, at AIC (Mike Hull) an Army player had five assists: ................ 11-16-07, vs. Bentley (Owen Meyer) an Army player had six assists: ....................... 1-19-85, vs. Buffalo (Bob Dwan) an Army player had seven assists: .....................1-12-80, vs. Bryant (Tom Rost) an Army player had four points: ...............2-5-11 at UConn (C. Omilusik, 3G, A) an Army player had five points: ..............11-16-07, vs. Bentley (Hollweg, Meyer) an Army player had six points: ........................... 2-4-93, vs. Fairfield (Ian Winer) an Army player had seven points: ............ 12-1-76, vs. SUNY Plattsburgh (Dave Rost) an Army player had nine points: ......................12-17-76, vs. Bryant (Dave Rost) an Army goalie made 40-44 saves: .........................................2-1-13 at Mercyhurst .................................................................................................................(Rob Tadazak 40) an Army goalie made 45-49 saves: .................................12-29-12 at Canisius ........................................................................................................(Ryan Leets, 47) an Army goalie made 50-59 saves: ..............................10-13-12, vs. #13 Maine ..........................................................................................................(Rob Tadazak, 50) an Army goalie made at least 60 saves: ...................2-27-59, vs. Northeastern ....................................................................................................(Larry Palmer, 63) an Army team took 40-49 shots on goal: .............................................. 48 ............................................................ 1-5-13 vs. #19 Robert Morris, L 4-1 an Army team took 50-59 shots on goal: ........................................................ 50 .....................................................................11-26-11 at Robert Morris, T, 3-3 OT an Army team took 60-69 shots on goal: ................... 1-29-99, vs. Nichols (60) an Army team took 70-74 shots on goal: ..................2-20-96, vs. Scranton (71) an Army team took at least 75 shots in a game: ........1-28-84, vs. Buffalo (76) an opponent took 40-49 shots on goal: .......................................1-19-13 ......................................................................................... vs. RIT, L, 2-4 (40) an opponent took 50-59 shots on goal: 12-29-12 at Canisius 5-1 L (51) an opponent took at least 60 shots on goal: .......2-27-59, vs. Northeastern (66) Army held an opponent to 10 shots on goal: ........... 1-20-06, vs. Canisius (10) Army was held under 10 shots on goal: ..............10-27-06, vs. Notre Dame (7) an Army goaltender was credited with an assist: .................................11-5-11 at Sacred Heart ................................................................................................................................................(Rob Tadazak) an Army goaltender scored a goal: .............................2-16-01, vs. Sacred Heart .......................................................................................................(Scott Hamilton) Army shut out an opponent: ..............1-4-13 vs. #19 Robert Morris (5-0) ................................................................................Rob Tadazak, 22 saves Army posted back-to-back shutouts .............................. 12-30-12/1-4-13 ..............................................at Canisius (Tadazak, 25 saves 1-0 OT); and ................................................vs. #19 Robert Morris (Tadazak, 22 saves) Army was shut out by an opponent: .........................2-10-13 vs. AIC (3-0) Army won in overtime: ..................................... 12-30-12 at Canisius (1-0) Army lost in overtime: ....................................12-30-10 vs. #17 Merrimack (2-1) Army tied in overtime: .....................................2-1-13 at Mercyhurst (1-1)

Army won when trailing after two periods of play: ................................................ ................................................................. 2-5-11 at UConn (5-3 win -- trailed 1-0) Army swept a weekend series: .................................. 11/29/12-12/1/12 .............................................................................vs. Bentley, AIC (3-2, 3-2) Army won when trailing by three goals: ................................... 02-03-01 vs. Iona ...................................................................... (6-5 win – trailed 3-0 in first period) Army won when trailing by four goals: ...............02-25-86 vs. SUNY Plattsburgh .......................................................................(6-5 OT win – trailed 5-1 in second) Army erased a four-goal deficit: .........................................12-08-01 vs. Air Force ........................................................................... (5-4 loss – trailed 4-0 in second) Army and its opponent both played a penalty-free game: ................... 01-04-02 .....................................................................................vs. Connecticut (3-3 OT tie) an Army player recorded a hat trick: ..........Andy Starczewski, 10-19-12 ........................................................................... vs. Sacred Heart (5-2 win) an Army player recorded a natural hat trick: .......................Mark Dube, 2-18-11 ....................................... vs. AIC UConn (3 goals in second period of 6-4 victory) an Army player registered successive hat tricks: .....................Andy Lundbohm, .......................................01-10-98 vs. Villanova (3); 1-13-98 vs. Connecticut (3) Army players registered successive hat tricks: ........ Owen Meyer, 11-10-07 vs. ...................................................AIC (3); Bryce Hollweg, 11-16-07 vs. Bentley (3) two Army players registered hat tricks in the same game: .... Kevin Keenan (3) ..................................................Matt Wilson (3), at Buffalo (15-2 win), 01-19-85 three Army players registered hat tricks in the same game: ............................................... Pete Dawkins (4), John Farrell (4), Ted Crowley (3) ............................................................................vs. Colgate (14-1 win), 02-14-59 an Army player recorded a hat trick in his first collegiate game: ............................................................Bucky Burleigh, 01-30-99 vs. Scranton (3) an Army player recorded a play-maker (three assists): ....................................Andy Starczewski, 10-27-12 at Holy Cross (7-2 W) an Army player scored a short-handed goal: ....................... 2-2-13, Brian Schultz at Mercyhurst (16:16 of 3rd period) an Army player scored an empty-net goal: ................................ 10-19-12 ........................ Andy Starczewski vs. Sacred Heart (17:52 of 3rd period) an Army player scored an extra-skater goal: .............................. 1-18-13 ................................................. Thane Heller vs. RIT (19:52 of 3rd period) an Army player attempted a penalty shot: ...................................... Kyle Maggard ........... 2-11-12 vs. Holy Cross, goalie Matt Ginn (18:24 of third period - saved) an opponent attempted a penalty shot: .......Casey Bailey (Penn State), ......................................... 10-26-12 vs. Ryan Leets (third period - saved) Army scored four unanswered goals: .10-27-12 at Holy Cross (7-2, win) Army scored five unanswered goals: 1-4-13 vs. #19 Robert Morris (5-0) Army scored six unanswered goals: .......................... 2-2-08 vs. UConn (6-0 win) Army scored seven unanswered goals: ............. 11-17-00 vs. Bentley (9-2, win) Army scored eight unanswered goals: .......... 01-28-00 vs. Scranton (10-1, win) Army scored nine unanswered goals: ........... 12-3-99 vs. Assumption (9-0, win) Army scored 10 unanswered goals: ....................2-17-98 vs. Nichols (10-0, win) Army scored 11 unanswered goals:.............. 01-31-98 vs. Scranton (11-0, win) an opponent scored four unanswered goals:........................................ 11-12-10 ......................................................................................... at Mercyhurst (4-0, loss) an opponent scored five unanswered goals: ...............................11-9-12 ....................................................................................... Niagara (5-0, loss) an opponent scored six unanswered goals: ...... 1-30-09 vs. Bentley (6-0, loss) an opponent scored seven unanswered goals: 3-9-03 vs. Quinnipiac (7-0, loss) an opponent scored eight unanswered goals: .........................................10-8-11 ..........................................................................................vs. #11 Union (8-1 loss) BOLD SITUATIONS OCCURED DURING THE 2012-13 SEASON

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MEDIA ROSTER

#1 ROB TADAZAK So • G • 6-0 • 200 Lapeer, Mich.

#11 BRIAN SCHULTZ Jr • F • 5-10 • 180 Aurora, Ohio

#2 JAMES MCNULTY #3 CHRISTIAN POMARICO Fr • F • 6-4 • 215 Fr • D • 6-0 • 200 Howell, Mich. Simsbury, Conn.

#13 JON BOBB Sr • F • 6-2 • 197 Phoenix, Ariz.

#20 JONATHAN GEHRT #21 ANDY STARCZEWSKI Sr • F • 6-1 • 205 Fr • D • 5-11 • 180 Whitesboro, N.Y. Woodbury, Minn.

#4 CODY IKKALA Sr • D • 6-2 • 206 Philadelphia, Pa.

#5 JOHN CLARK Sr • D • 5-8 • 185 Baudette, Minn.

#7 ANDREW O’LEARY Fr • F • 6-1 • 210 Norwich, Vt.

#10 ZAK ZAREMBA So • F • 6-1 • 195 Parma, Ohio

#14 JOE KOZLAK Fr • F • 6-2 • 190 Duluth, Minn.

#16 MICHAEL ST. DENIS Fr • F • 5-9 • 175 Auburn, Maine

#17 MIKE SANTEE Jr • F • 5-9 • 184 Park Ridge, Ill.

#18 MAC LALOR So • D • 6-0 • 180 Needham, Mass.

#19 JOSH RICHARDS So • F • 5-11 • 170 Lee, N.H.

#22 THANE HELLER Fr • F • 6-2 • 210 Elizabethtown, Pa.

#23 LUKE JENKINS Fr • D • 5-10 • 180 River Falls, Wis.

#27 WILLIE FAUST Fr • F • 5-10 • 180 Stillwater, Minn.

BRIAN RILEY Head Coach 9th Season

#28 JOSH ROBERTS Fr • F • 5-11 • 185 Southport, Conn.

TREVOR LARGE Assistant Coach 5th Season

#24 MAURICE ALVAREZ #25 CHEYNE ROCHA Sr • D • 6-2 • 175 So • D • 6-2 • 210 Rye, N.H. Cleveland, Ohio

#30 RYAN LEETS Sr • G • 5-11 • 175 Kentwood, Mich.

MIKE WARDE Assistant Coach 2nd Season

#35 MATT WALSH Sr • G • 5-10 • 180 Milton, Mass.

ERIC LANG Volunteer Asst. Coach 1st Season

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TOM DORAN Director of Hockey Ops. 10th Season

#26 SHANE HEARN Fr • F • 5-10 • 185 Auburn, Maine

NUMERICAL ROSTER No.

Name

Pos.

Cl.

Ht.

Wt.

Hometown/High School (Last Team, League)

1

Rob Tadazak

G

So.

6-0

200

Lapeer, Mich./Lapeer East (Michigan Warriors, NAHL)

2

James McNulty

F/D

Fr.

6-4

215

Howell, Mich./Catholic Central (Flin Flon Bombers, SJHL)

3

Christian Pomarico D

Fr.

6-0

200

Simsbury, Conn./Northwood (Muskegon Lumberjacks, USHL)

4

Cody Ikkala

D

Sr.

6-2

205

Philadelphia, Pa./Marquette Senior (Vernon Vipers, BCHL)

5

John Clark

D

Sr.

5-8

185

Baudette, Minn./Lake of the Woods (Bismarck Bobcats, NAHL)

7

Andrew O’Leary

F

Fr.

6-1

210

Norwich, Vt./Shattuck St. Mary’s (Topeka Road Runners, NAHL)

10

Zak Zaremba

F

So.

6-1

185

Parma, Ohio/Ursuline (Brockville Braves, CJHL)

11

Brian Schultz (A)

F

Jr.

5-10

180

Aurora, Ohio/St. Edward (South Shore Kings, EJHL)

13

Jon Bobb

F

Sr.

6-2

195

Phoenix, Ariz./Mountain Pointe (Motor City Machine, NAHL)

14

Joe Kozlak

F

Fr.

6-2

190

Duluth, Minn./Duluth Marshall (Amarillo Bulls, NAHL)

16

Michael St. Denis

F

Fr.

5-9

175

Auburn, Maine/Phillips Exeter Academy

17

Mike Santee

F

Jr.

5-9

185

Park Ridge, Ill./Maine South (Pembroke Lumberkings, CJHL)

18

Mac Lalor

D

So.

6-0

185

Needham, Mass./St. Sebastian’s (Boston Junior Bruins, EJHL)

19

Josh Richards

F

So.

5-11

170

Lee, N.H./Phillips Exeter (South Shore Kings, EJHL)

20

Jonathan Gehrt

D

Fr.

5-11

180

Woodbury, Minn./Woodbury (Austin Bruins, NAHL)

21

Andy Starczewski (A) F

Sr.

6-1

205

Whitesboro, N.Y./Northwood (Pembroke Lumberkings, CJHL)

22

Thane Heller

F

Fr.

6-2

210

Elizabethtown, Pa./Elizabethtown (Boston Junior Bruins, EJHL)

23

Luke Jenkins

D

Fr.

5-10

180

River Falls, Wis./River Falls (Amarillo Bulls, NAHL)

24

Maurice Alvarez

D

So.

6-2

220

Cleveland, Ohio/St. Ignatius (Pembroke Lumberkings, CJHL)

25

Cheyne Rocha (C)

D

Sr.

6-2

175

Rye, N.H./St. Paul’s School (New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs, EJHL)

26

Shane Hearn

F

Fr.

5-10

185

Auburn, Maine/Hebron Academy

27

Willie Faust

F

Fr.

5-10

180

Stillwater, Minn./Hill Murray (Odessa Jackalopes, NAHL)

28

Josh Roberts

F

Fr.

5-11

185

Southport, Conn./Trinity Pawling (New York Apple Core, EJHL)

30

Ryan Leets (A)

G

Sr.

5-11

175

Kentwood, Mich./Jefferson Senior (Alexandria Blizzard, NAHL)

35

Matt Walsh

G

Sr.

5-10

175

Milton, Mass./Lawrence Academy

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER NO. ....... PLAYER ........................... POSITION 24 .........Maurice Alvarez ......................D 13 .........Jon Bobb ................................. F 5 ...........John Clark ...............................D 27 .........Willie Faust ............................. F 20 .........Jonathan Gehrt ......................D 26 .........Shane Hearn .......................... F 22 .........Thane Heller ........................... F 9 ...........Mike Henderson ..................... F 4 ...........Cody Ikkala .............................D

NO. ....... PLAYER ........................... POSITION 23 .........Luke Jenkins ...........................D 14 .........Joe Kozlak ............................... F 18 .........Mac Lalor ................................D 30 .........Ryan Leets ..............................G 2 ...........James McNulty ...................F/D 7 ...........Andrew O’Leary ...................... F 3 ...........Christian Pomarico .................D 19 .........Josh Richards ......................... F 28 .........Josh Roberts ........................... F

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25 .........Cheyne Rocha.........................D NO. ....... PLAYER ........................... POSITION 16 .........Michael St. Denis ................... F 17 .........Mike Santee ........................... F 11 .........Brian Schultz .......................... F 21 .........Andy Starczewski.................... F 1 ...........Rob Tadazak ...........................G 35 .........Matt Walsh..............................G 10 .........Zak Zaremba .......................... F

BLACK KNIGHTS BY PREVIOUS TEAM British Columbia Hockey League (1) #4 Cody Ikkala................................Vernon Vipers Central Junior Hockey League (4) #10 Zak Zaremba .................... Brockville Braves #17 Mike Santee ........... Pembroke Lumberkings #21 Andy Starczewski... Pembroke Lumberkings #24 Maurice Alvarez ..... Pembroke Lumberkings Eastern Junior Hockey League (7) #11 Brian Schultz ..................South Shore Kings #18 Mac Lalor .................... Boston Junior Bruins #19 Josh Richards .................South Shore Kings #22 Thane Heller ............... Boston Junior Bruins #25 Cheyne Rocha............ N.H. Junior Monarchs #28 Josh Roberts ............... New York Apple Core

North American Hockey League (10) #1 Rob Tadazak ......................Michigan Warriors #5 John Clark ..........................Bismarck Bobcats #7 Andrew O’Leary........... Topeka Road Runners #13 Jon Bobb ........................Motor City Machine #14 Joe Kozlak ............................... Amarillo Bulls #20 Jonathan Gehrt .......................Austin Bruins #23 Luke Jenkins ........................... Amarillo Bulls #27 Willie Faust ....................Odessa Jackalopes #30 Ryan Leets ..................... Alexandria Blizzard Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League (1) #2 James McNulty ..................Flin Flon Bombers United States Hockey League (1) #3 Christian Pomarico ..Muskegon Lumberkings

Arizona (1) #13 Jon Bobb ................................ Phoenix Connecticut (2) #3 Christian Pomarico ................ Simsbury #28 Josh Roberts ....................... Southport Illinois (1) #17 Mike Santee .......................Park Ridge Maine (2) #16 Michael St. Denis ....................Auburn

Prep School (3) #16 Michael St. Denis ..... Philips Exter Academy #26 Shane Hearn .....................Hebron Academy #35 Matt Walsh ....................Lawrence Academy

BLACK KNIGHTS BY POSITION

BLACK KNIGHTS BY STATE

#26 Shane Hearn ...........................Auburn Massachusetts (2) #18 Mac Lalor ............................ Needham

BLACK KNIGHTS BY CLASS

#35 Matt Walsh ............................... Milton

Forwards (16)

Seniors (7)

Michigan (3)

#2 James McNulty

#4 Cody Ikkala

#7 Andrew O’Leary

#1 Rob Tadazak .............................. Lapeer

#5 John Clark

#8 Kyle Vogel

#2 James McNulty ...........................Howell

#13 Jon Bobb

#10 Zak Zaremba

#30 Ryan Leets .......................... Kentwood

#21 Andy Starczewski

#11 Brian Schultz #13 Jon Bobb #14 Joe Kozlak #15 R.J. Burns #16 Michael St. Denis #17 Mike Santee #19 Josh Richards #21 Andy Starczewski #22 Thane Heller #26 Shane Hearn #27 Willie Faust #28 Josh Roberts Defensemen (9) #2 James McNulty #3 Christian Pomarico #4 Cody Ikkala #5 John Clark

#25 Cheyne Rocha

Minnesota (4)

#30 Ryan Leets

#5 John Clark .............................. Baudette

#35 Matt Walsh

#14 Joe Kozlak .................................Duluth #20 Jonathan Gehrt ..................Woodbury

Juniors (2)

#27 Willie Faust .......................... Stillwater

#11 Brian Schultz #17 Mike Santee

New Hampshire (2) #19 Josh Richards ................................Lee

Sophomores (5)

#25 Cheyne Rocha ...............................Rye

#1 Rob Tadazak #10 Zak Zaremba

New York (1)

#18 Mac Lalor

#21 Andy Starczewski..............Whitesboro

#19 Josh Richards #24 Maurice Alvarez

Ohio (3) #10 Zak Zaremba ............................Parma

Freshmen (11)

#11 Brian Schultz ............................Aurora

#2 James McNulty

#24 Maurice Alvarez .................. Cleveland

#18 Mac Lalor

#3 Christian Pomparico

#20 Jonathan Gehrt

#7 Andrew O’Leary

Pennsylvania (2)

#23 Luke Jenkins

#14 Joe Kozlak

#4 Cody Ikkala........................Philadelphia

#24 Maurice Alvarez

#16 Michael St. Denis

#22 Thane Heller ................ Elizabethtown

#25 Cheyne Rocha

#20 Jonathan Gehrt #22 Thane Heller

Vermont (1)

Goaltenders (3)

#23 Luke Jenkins

#7 Andrew O’Leary........................ Norwich

#1 Rob Tadazak

#26 Shane Hearn

#30 Ryan Leets

#27 Willie Faust

Wisconsin (1)

#35 Matt Walsh

#28 Josh Roberts

#23 Luke Jenkins ...................... River Falls

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CAREER MULTIPLE-POINT GAMES #2 JAMES MCNULTY None #3 CHRISTIAN POMARICO None #4 CODY IKKALA None #5 JOHN CLARK (1) 2010-11 (1) Nov. 5 at UMass, W 5-2 (2A) #7 ANDREW O’LEARY None #10 ZAK ZAREMBA (2) 2011-12 (2) Feb. 7 at Connecticut, W 4-2 (G, A) Nov. 5 at RIT, L 3-5 (2A) #11 BRIAN SCHULTZ (1) 2012-13 (1) Jan. 18 vs. RIT, L 6-5 (G, A) #13 JON BOBB None #14 JOE KOZLAK (2) 2012-13 (12) Oct. 27 at Holy Cross, W 7-2 (G, A) Oct. 20 at Sacred Heart, T 4-4 (OT) (G, A) #16 MICHAEL ST. DENIS None #17 MIKE SANTEE (2) 2010-11 (1) Feb. 18 AIC, W 6-4 (2A) 2009-10 (1) Feb. 19 at Mercyhurst, T 4-4 OT (G, A) #18 MAC LALOR (4) 2012-13 (3) Dec. 11 at Merrimack, L 2-4 (2PPG) Dec. 1 vs. AIC, W 3-2 (2A) Oct. 27 at Holy Cross, W 7-2 (G, A) 2011-12 (1) Dec. 3 vs. Mercyhurst, T 3-3 OT (2A) #19 JOSH RICHARDS (4) 2012-13 (3) Jan. 18 vs. RIT, L 6-5 (G, A) Jan. 4 vs. #19 Robert Morris, W 5-0 (2A) Oct. 27 at Holy Cross, W 7-2 (2A) 2011-12 (1) Jan. 27 vs. Bentley, L 2-6 (G, A) #20 JONATHAN GEHRT (3) 2012-13 (3) Jan. 4 vs. #19 Robert Morris, W 5-0 (G, A) Dec. 11 at Merrimack, L 2-4 (2A) Oct. 27 at Holy Cross, W 7-2 (G, A)

#21 ANDY STARCZEWSKI (16) 2012-13 (5) Jan. 18 vs. RIT, L 6-5 (G, A) Nov. 16 vs. Sacred Heart, W 3-2 (2A) Oct. 27 at Holy Cross, W 7-2 (3A) Oct. 20 at Sacred Heart, T 4-4 (OT) (G, A) Oct. 19 vs. Sacred Heart, W 5-2 (3G) 2011-12 (5) March 3 at Holy Cross, L 2-5 (2A) Feb. 7 at Connecticut, W 4-2 (G, A) Jan. 28 at Bentley, W 3-1 (G, A) Nov. 26 at Robert Morris, T 3-3 (OT) (2A) Nov. 5 at RIT, L 3-5 (3G) 2010-11 (1) Oct. 17 HOLY CROSS, L, 4-5 (OT) (3A) 2009-10 (5) Jan. 16 at Canisius, T 4-4 (2A) Dec. 5 SACRED HEART, W 4-2 (2G) Nov. 28 CANISIUS, W 7-2 (2G, A) Nov. 21 at Bentley, W 5-1 (2A) Oct. 30 at Colgate, T 4-4 (G, A) #22 THANE HELLER (2) 2012-13 (2) Nov. 16 vs. Sacred Heart, W 3-2 (G, A) Oct. 27 at Holy Cross, W 7-2 (G, A) #23 LUKE JENKINS (1) 2012-13 (1) Oct. 20 at Sacred Heart, T 4-4 (OT) (G, A) #24 MAURICE ALVAREZ (1) 2011-12 (1) Nov. 11 at Sacred Heart, W 2-1 (PPG, A) #25 CHEYNE ROCHA (3) 2010-11 (2) Feb. 5 at UConn, W 5-3 (3A) Oct. 17 HOLY CROSS, L 4-5 (OT) (G, A) 2009-10 (1) Jan. 29 AIR FORCE, W 4-2 (2A) #26 SHANE HEARN (1) 2012-13 (1) Oct. 27 at Holy Cross, W 7-2 (2G) #27 WILLIE FAUST (2) 2012-13 (2) Jan. 4 vs. #19 Robert Morris, W 5-0 (2) Oct. 20 at Sacred Heart, T 4-4 (OT) (G, A) #28 JOSH ROBERTS None CAREER SHUTOUTS #30 RYAN LEETS None #1 ROB TADAZAK (2) 2012-13 (2) Jan. 4 vs. #19 Robert Morris, W 5-0, 22 saves Dec. 30 at Canisius, W 1-0 (OT), 25 saves

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2012-13 MULTIPLE POINT GAMES Player G-A-P #21 Starczewski 3-0-3 #21 Starczewski 0-3-3

Opponent vs. SHU 10/19/12 at HC, 10/27/12

#11 Schultz #19 Richards #21 Starczewski #27 Faust #20 Gehrt #15 Burns #19 Richards #18 Lalor #20 Gehrt #18 Lalor #22 Heller #21 Starczewski #14 Kozlak #18 Lalor #19 Richards #20 Gehrt #22 Heller #26 Hearn #21 Starczewski #14 Kozlak #23 Jenkins #27 Faust

vs. RIT, 1/18/13 vs. RIT, 1/18/13 vs. RIT, 1/18/13 vs. RMU, 1/4/13 vs. RMU, 1/4/13 vs. RMU, 1/4/13 vs. RMU, 1/4/13 at MM, 12/11/12 at MM, 12/11/12 vs. AIC, 12/1/12 vs. SHU, 11/16/12 vs. SHU, 11/16/12 at HC, 10/27/12 at HC, 10/27/12 at HC, 10/27/12 at HC, 10/27/12 at HC, 10/27/12 at HC, 10/27/12 at SHU, 10/20/12 at SHU, 10/20/12 at SHU, 10/20/12 at SHU, 10/20/12

1-1-2 1-1-2 1-1-2 2-0-2 1-1-2 0-2-2 0-2-2 2-0-2 0-2-2 0-2-2 1-1-2 0-2-2 1-1-2 1-1-2 0-2-2 1-1-2 1-1-2 2-0-2 1-1-2 1-1-2 0-2-2 1-1-2

ARMY HAT TRICKS TOTAL HAT TRICKS George Clark (18) Dave Merhar (14) Dave Rost (10) Ed Collazzo (9) Ted Crowley (8) John Harrison (8) Tom Rost (8) Ed Cutting (6) John Ahlbrecht (5) Bob Birmingham (5) Dan Cox (5) Tom Harvey (5) Kenny Smith (5) Mike Symes (5) Mike Thompson (5) Bart Barry (4) Greg Buckmeier (4) Tony Curran (4) Glen Giovanucci (4) Ed Hickey (4) Ed Roubian (4) Albie Symes (4) Cody Omilusik (3) Mike Fairman (3) Jim Knowlton (3) Andy Lundbohm (3) Larry Pallotta (3) Dick Peterson (3) Jerry Stonehouse (3) Scott Tardif (3) Matt Wilson (3) Rick Berube (2) Rob Brenner (2) Mike Curran (2) Pete Dawkins (2) Frank Fede (2) Tom Glenn (2) David Hettinger (2) Dan Hinote (2) Kenny Hjelm (2) Gary Johnson (2) Frank Keating (2) Kevin Keenan (2) Darryl MacDonald (2) Garry McAvoy (2) Leonard McCormack (2) Bill Morrison (2) Dan Murrett (2) Bob Nabb (2) James O’Connor (2)

George Reynolds (2) John Roberts (2) Biff Shea (2) Andy Starczewski (2) Ian Winer (2) Warren Battis (1) Al Brenner (1) Bucky Burleigh (1) Joe Carpenter (1) Chris Casey (1) Jack Dewar (1) Tucker Dooley (1) John Dowalgo (1) Mark Dube (1) Joe Dudek (1) Jeff Eaton (1) Dick Eklund (1) Ross Erzar (1) John Farrell (1) K.C. Finnegan (1) Tim Fisher (1) Byron Gates (1) Bruce Graham (1) Todd Graham (1) Ted Hanley (1) Dave Harkins (1) Ken Hawes (1) Bryce Hollweg (1) Marc Kapsalis (1) Tyler King (1) Dave Knowlton (1) Justin Lambert (1) Mike Landers (1) David Larr (1) Tom LeBlanc (1) Kieran Lowry (1) Toby Lyon (1) Gene McLaughlin (1) James Mellin (1) George Monahan (1) Ted Moran (1) Steve O’Borsky (1) Mike Palone (1) Rick Randazzo (1) Mark Stachelski (1) Frank Vana (1) Current players listed in bold

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FOUR-GOAL GAMES Dave Merhar (5) Bob Birmingham (3) Ed Collazzo (3) Glen Giovanucci (3) George Clark (2) Tom Harvey (2) Tom Rost (2) Kenny Smith (2) Mike Thompson (2) Warren Battis (1) Ted Crowley (1) Tony Curran (1) Ed Cutting (1) Pete Dawkins (1) Mike Fairman (1) John Farrell (1) Byron Gates (1) John Harrison (1) Kenny Hjelm (1) Kevin Keenan (1) Garry McAvoy (1) Leonard McCormack (1) Dan Murrett (1) James O’Connor (1) Dick Peterson (1) George Reynolds (1) Dave Rost (1) Ed Roubian (1) Jerry Stonehouse (1) Albie Symes (1) Mike Symes (1) Scott Tardif (1) Matt Wilson (1) Ian Winer (1) FIVE-GOAL GAMES Dave Merhar (1) Larry Pallotta (1) Dick Peterson (1) Jerry Stonehouse (1) Albie Symes (1) SIX-GOAL GAMES George Clark (1) SEVEN-GOAL GAMES George Clark (1)

2012-13 ARMY HOCKEY STATISTICS ## Name

GP

G

A

Pts

Shots

Pct

+/-

No-Min

Min

Maj

Oth

PP

SH

FG

GW

GTG

OT

HT

PN

UA

21 Andy Starczewski

25

6

13

19

76

.079

+1

3-6

3

0

0

0

0

1

1

0

0

1

0

1

19 Josh Richards

25

5

8

13

68

.074

-8

4-8

4

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

18 Mac Lalor

24

4

9

13

71

.056

-6

12-35

10

1

1

4

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

22 Thane Heller

25

8

4

12

62

.129

+1

3-6

3

0

0

3

0

3

0

0

0

0

0

0

14 Joe Kozlak

25

5

6

11

58

.086

-10

8-16

8

0

0

1

0

2

2

1

1

0

0

0

10 Zak Zaremba

25

6

4

10

59

.102

-6

2-4

2

0

0

2

0

2

0

1

0

0

0

0

27 Willie Faust

18

3

6

9

25

.120

+3

6-12

6

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

26 Shane Hearn

25

4

4

8

38

.105

-3

2-4

2

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

1

20 Jonathan Gehrt

24

3

5

8

35

.086

-5

10-20

10

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

15 R.J. Burns

20

1

6

7

46

.022

-5

3-6

3

0

0

0

1

0

1

0

0

0

0

1

24 Maurice Alvarez

23

2

4

6

49

.041

+3

2-15

0

1

1

0

0

1

2

0

0

0

0

0

11 Brian Schultz

24

3

2

5

29

.103

-9

9-26

8

0

1

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

25 Cheyne Rocha

23

1

3

4

17

.059

-7

4-8

4

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

5

25

0

4

4

20

.000

-7

4-8

4

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

23 Luke Jenkins

24

1

2

3

26

.038

-7

3-6

3

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

28 Josh Roberts

22

0

3

3

15

.000

-2

10-20

10

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

7

Andrew O’Leary

16

2

0

2

14

.143

-10

3-17

1

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

3

Christian Pomarico

22

1

0

1

7

.143

-7

10-31

8

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

13 Jon Bobb

11

0

1

1

15

.000

0

6-12

6

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

16 Michael St. Denis

2

0

0

0

2

.000

-1

0-0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

4

4

0

0

0

1

.000

-2

2-4

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

30 Ryan Leets

13

0

0

0

0

.000

0

2-4

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

James McNulty

13

0

0

0

8

.000

-5

4-8

4

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

8

Kyle Vogel

John Clark

Cody Ikkala

TM TEAM

5

0

0

0

5

.000

-4

1-2

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

11

0

0

0

0

.000

0

2-4

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Total...............

25

55 84

139

746

.074

-96

115-282 106

4

5

12

2

9

7

2

1

1

0

5

Opponents...........

25

84 139

223

889

.094

-

121-283 114

3

4

22

2

16

14

2

0

3

0

4

## Name

GP-GS

Minutes

GA Avg

Saves

Pct

W

L

T

Sho

PP

SH

EN

PEN

SOG

1

16-15

871:47

44 3.03

450

.911

3

8

3

2

10

1

0

0

0

Rob Tadazak

30 Ryan Leets

13-10

645:06

37

3.44

355

.906

4

6

1

0

11

1

0

0

0

TM EMPTY NET

11-0

5:58

3

-

0

.000

0

0

0

0

1

0

3

0

0

25-0

1522:51 84 3.31

805

.906

7

14

4

2

22

2

3

0

0

1522:51

691

.926

14

7

4

4

12

2

1

0

0

Total...............

Opponents........... 25-0

55 2.17

GOALS BY PERIOD

Conference Overall

Army Opponents

1 12 27

2 24 35

3 18 22

OT 1 0

TEAM STATISTICS Army

SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Shot pct. Goals/Game Shots/Game Assists POWER PLAYS Goals-Power Plays Conversion Percent Shot Attempts Shot Percent GOAL BREAKDOWN Total Goals Power Play Short-handed Empty net Penalty Unassisted Overtime

Totals 55 84

Army Opponents

1 11 23

2 22 26

3 15 14

OT 1 0

Totals 49 63

PENALTIES Opp.

Number

115

121

55-746 .074 2.2 29.8 84

84-889 .094 3.4 35.6 139

Minutes

282

283

Penalties/Game

4.6

4.8

12-103 .117 138 .087

22-95 .232 139 .158

55 12 2 1 0 5 1

84 22 2 3 0 4 0

Pen minutes/Game

11.3

11.3

Minor

106

114

Major

4

3

10-minute Misconduct

1

2

Game Misconduct

3

2

Gross Misconduct

0

0

Match

1

0

Total

19885

13783

Dates/Avg Per Date

11/1808

12/1149

Neutral Site #/Avg

2/2227

ATTENDANCE

PAGE 18 • 2012-13 ARMY HOCKEY

RESULTS Date Opponent

W/L

A

0

ATT

SF

SA

GOALIE (SAVES)

Army Goal Scorers

October (2-3-1; 2-0-1) 12

vs. Neb.-Omaha

L

1

5

2200

18

38

Leets (33)

13

vs. #20 Maine

L

3

4

2254

24

54

Tadazak (50)

Heller, Jenkins, Richards

19

SACRED HEART*

W

5

2

1253

28

27

Tadazak (25)

Zaremba, Starczewski (3, 1 EN), Schultz Richards (PP), Faust (PP), Starczewski, Kozlak (EN)

20

at Sacred Heart*

T OT

4

4

353

41

29

Tadazak (25)

26

PENN STATE

L

0

5

1537

34

45

Tadazak (18), Leets (22)

27

at Holy Cross*

W

7

2

1409

35

35

Leets (33)

Lalor (PP)

none Zaremba (PP), Hearn, Kozlak (PP), Gehrt Lalor (PP), Heller (PP), Hearn

November (2-3-0; 2-2-0) 9

NIAGARA*

L

0

5

1381

27

36

Leets (19), Tadazak (11)

none

10

NIAGARA*

L

1

4

1548

29

31

Tadazak (25)

16

SACRED HEART*

W

3

2

1273

38

28

Tadazak (18), Leets (8)

17

at Brown

L

0

3

1384

25

30

Leets (27)

none

29

at Bentley*

W

3

2

522

33

26

Leets (24)

Starczewski, Richards, Burns (SH)

Heller (PP) Heller, Zaremba (PP), Alvarez

December (2-2-1; 2-1-1) 1

AIC*

W

3

2

2648

28

33

Leets (31)

Heller, Pomarico, Hearn

7

at Connecticut*

T

2

2

721

31

29

Leets (29)

Kozlak, Gehrt

11

at Merrimack

L

2

4

1869

24

46

Tadazak (42)

27

RUSSIAN JR (Exh)

L

2

6

2636

43

33

Leets (13), Tadazak (14)

29

at Canisius*

L

1

5

903

19

51

Leets (46)

30

at Canisius*

W OT

1

0

786

36

26

Tadazak (25)

Lalor (PP), Lalor (PP) Kozlak, Lalor Zaremba Kozlak

January (1-4-1; 1-4-1) 4

#19 ROBERT MORRIS* W

5

0

1624

36

22

Tadazak (22)

Alvarez, Gehrt, Heller, Faust, Faust

5

#19 ROBERT MORRIS* L

1

4

2626

48

28

Tadazak (24)

Rocha

11

at Air Force*

1

4

2497

27

36

Leets (32)

Hearn

L

12

at Air Force*

T OT

3

3

1607

30

45

Tadazak (42)

Heller (PP), Zaremba, O’Leary

18

RIT*

L

5

6

1716

30

38

Tadazak (32)

Schultz, Starczewski, Richards, O’Leary, Heller (EX)

19

RIT*

L

2

4

2681

23

40

Leets (36)

Richards, Kozlak

26

RMC (Exh)

W

4

1

2629

48

13

Leets (12)

Heller, Heller (PP), Alvarez, Gehrt (PP)

1

at Mercyhurst*

T OT

1

1

707

29

41

Tadazak (40)

2

at Mercyhurst*

L

1

8

1025

15

45

Tadazak (20), Leets (17)

8

AIC*

L

0

3

1598

36

24

Tadazak (31)

15

at Bentley*

16

BENTLEY*

22

CONNECTICUT*

23

CONNECTCUT*

26

at AIC*

February (0-2-1; 0-2-1)

March 1

HOLY CROSS*

2

at Holy Cross*

PAGE 19 • 2012-13 ARMY HOCKEY

Zaremba Schultz (SH) none

STARTERS Date Opponent

Result

LW

C

12 vs. Neb.-Omaha

L, 1-5

Schultz

Burns

13 vs. #20 Maine

L, 3-4

Schultz

19 SACRED HEART*

W, 5-2

20 at Sacred Heart*

RW

LD

RD

G

Zaremba

Rocha

Alvarez

Burns

Zaremba

Rocha

Clark

Tadazak

Schultz

Burns

Zaremba

Rocha

Clark

Tadazak

T, 4-4 OT

Schultz

Burns

Zaremba

Rocha

Clark

Tadazak

26 PENN STATE

L, 0-5

Schultz

Burns

Zaremba

Rocha

Clark

Tadazak

27 at Holy Cross*

W, 7-2

Schultz

Burns

Zaremba

Rocha

Clark

Tadazak

October (2-3-1; 2-0-1) Leets

November (2-3-0; 2-2-0) 9 NIAGARA*

L, 1-5

Bobb

Heller

Starczewski

Rocha

Clark

Leets

10 NIAGARA*

L, 3-4

O’Leary

McNulty

Roberts

Rocha

Clark

Tadazak

16 SACRED HEART*

W, 3-2

Schultz

Burns

Zaremba

Gehrt

Lalor

Tadazak

17 at Brown

L, 0-3

Faust

Burns

Zaremba

Gehrt

Lalor

Leets

29 at Bentley*

W, 3-2

Schultz

Burns

Zaremba

Rocha

Lalor

Leets

Rocha

Lalor

Leets

December (2-2-1; 2-1-1) 1 AIC*

W, 3-2

Schultz

Burns

Zaremba

7 at Connecticut*

T, 2-2 OT

Schultz

Burns

Zaremba

Rocha

Lalor

Leets

11 at Merrimack

L, 2-4

Schultz

Kozlak

Zaremba

Rocha

Clark

Tadazak

27 RUSSIAN JR (exh)

L, 2-6

Schultz

Burns

Zaremba

Rocha

Clark

Leets

29 at Canisius*

L, 1-5

Schultz

Burns

Zaremba

Rocha

Clark

Leets

30 at Canisius*

W, 1-0 OT

Faust

Burns

Kozlak

Gehrt

Lalor

Tadazak

January (1-4-1; 1-4-1) 4 #19 ROBERT MORRIS*

W, 5-0

Faust

Burns

Kozlak

Gehrt

Lalor

Tadazak

5 #19 ROBERT MORRIS*

L, 1-4

Faust

Burns

Kozlak

Gehrt

Lalor

Tadazak

11 at Air Force*

L, 1-4

Schultz

Kozlak

Burns

Gehrt

Lalor

Leets

12 at Air Force*

T, 3-3 OT

Schultz

Kozlak

Burns

Gehrt

Lalor

Tadazak

18 RIT*

L, 5-6

Schultz

Kozlak

Roberts

Rocha

Clark

Tadazak

19 RIT*

L, 2-4

Schultz

Kozlak

Faust

Gehrt

Lalor

Leets

26 RMC (exh)

W, 4-1

Schultz

Kozlak

Faust

Rocha

Clark

Leets

February (0-2-1; 0-2-1) 1 at Mercyhurst*

T, 1-1 OT

Schultz

Kozlak

Faust

Gehrt

Lalor

Tadazak

2 at Mercyhurst*

L, 1-8

O’Leary

Kozlak

Schultz

Gehrt

Lalor

Tadazak

8 AIC*

L, 0-3

Schultz

Kozlak

Zaremba

Pomarico

Jenkins

Tadazak

15 at Bentley* 16 BENTLEY* 22 CONNECTICUT* 23 CONNECTCUT* 26 at AIC*

March 1 HOLY CROSS* 2 at Holy Cross*

PAGE 20 • 2012-13 ARMY HOCKEY

GAME-BY-GAME COMPARISON Date Opponent

Result

Goals

Assists

Shots

Pen-Min

Power Play

4-8/2-4

1-2/1-4

October (2-3-1; 2-0-1) 12

vs. Neb.-Omaha

L, 1-5

1/5

2/8

18/38

13 19

vs. #20 Maine

L, 3-4

3/4

3/6

24/54

5-21/2-4

0-1/0-3

SACRED HEART*

W, 5-2

5/2

6/3

28/27

1-2/5-18

0-4/0-1

20

at Sacred Heart*

T, 4-4 OT

4/4

8/6

41/29

7-22/8-24

2-6/2-5

26

PENN STATE

L, 0-5

0/5

0/6

34/45

8-16/8-27

0-6/1-5

27

at Holy Cross*

W, 7-2

7/2

9/4

35/35

7-14/8-16

4-8/2-7

November (2-3-0; 2-2-0) 9

NIAGARA*

L, 0-5

0/5

0/6

27/35

5-10/4-8

0-2/0-3

10

NIAGARA*

L, 1-4

1/4

2/8

31/29

6-23/8-27

1-4/1-2

16

SACRED HEART*

W, 3-2

3/2

6/4

38/28

5-21/5-10

1-5/0-4

17

at Brown

L, 0-3

0/3

0/5

25/30

5-10/7-14

0-7/2-5

29

at Bentley*

W, 3-2

3/2

4/3

33/26

5-21/5-10

1-5/0-4

December (2-2-1; 2-1-1) 1

AIC*

7

at Connecticut*

W, 3-2

3/2

6/4

28/33

3-6/2-4

0-1/1-3

T, 2-2 OT

2/2

3/4

31/29

4-8/6-12

0-5/1-3

11

at Merrimack

L, 2-4

2/4

4/8

24/46

5-10/5-10

2-3/1-3

27

RUSSIAN JR (exh)

L, 2-6

2/6

6/4

43/33

7-14/8-27

0-6/0-6

29

at Canisius*

L, 1-5

1/5

2/10

19/51

10-31/4-8

0-3/1-9

30

at Canisius*

W, 1-0 OT

1/0

2/0

36/25

2-4/7-14

0-7/0-2

4

#19 ROBERT MORRIS* W, 5-0

5/0

9/0

36/22

3-6/3-6

0-3/0-3

5

#19 ROBERT MORRIS* L, 1-4

1/4

1/8

48/28

3-6/8-16

0-8/0-2

11

at Air Force*

L, 1-4

1/4

1/8

27/36

6-12/4-8

0-4/2-

12

at Air Force*

T, 3-3 OT

3/3

5/6

30/45

3-6/2-4

1-2/1-3

18

RIT*

L, 5-6

5/6

7/9

30/38

4-8/4-8

0-4/2-4

19

RIT*

L, 2-4

2/4

2/5

23/40

2-4/2-4

0-2/1-2

26

RMC

W, 4-1

4/1

7/1

48/13

6-12/10-20

2-7/0-4

January (1-4-1; 1-4-1)

February 1

at Mercyhurst*

T, 1-1 OT

1/1

2/2

29/41

4-8/3-6

0-2/0-3

2

at Mercyhurst*

L, 1-8

1/8

0/12

15/45

6-12/5-13

0-5/2-6

8

AIC*

L, 0-3

TOTALS 15

at Bentley*

16

BENTLEY*

22

CONNECTICUT*

23

CONNECTCUT*

26

at AIC*

0/3

0/4

36/34

4-8/6-12

0-6/1-4

55/84

84/139

746/889

115-282/121-283

12-103/22-95

March 1

HOLY CROSS*

2

at Holy Cross*

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INDIVIDUAL PLAYER STATS (SKATERS) #3 CHRISTIAN POMARICO

#2 JAMES MCNULTY Year GM 2012-13 13

G 0

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 0 0 0

SHG 0

GWG 0

G 0

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 0 1 0

G 1

CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 0 0 0

SHG 0

GWG 0

Year GM 2012-13 19

G 1

CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 0 1 0

#4 CODY IKKALA Year 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 Career

GM 19 20 30 4 73

G 1 0 0 0 1

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 1 2 0 2 2 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 5 6 0

GM 15 13 24 4 56

G 1 0 0 0 1

SHG 0 0 0 0 0

GWG 0 0 0 0 0

CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 0 1 0 1 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 3 4 0

Year GM 2009-10 36 2010-11 34 2011-12 26 2012-13 25 Career 121

G 2

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 0 2 0

G 2

SHG 0

GWG 0

SHG 0 0 0 0 0

GWG 0 0 0 0 0

SHG 0 0 0 0 0

GWG 0 0 0 0 0

SHG 0 0 0

GWG 0 0 0

Multiple Point Games: 1, 11-5-10 at UMass, W 5-2 (2A) Career Highs: Goals: n/a Assists: 2, 11-5-10 at UMass, W 5-2 Points: 2, 11-5-10 at UMass, W 5-2 (2A) SHG 0 0 0 0 0

GWG 0 0 0 0 0

Year 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 Career

GM 28 26 21 20 96

G 0 0 0 0 0

CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 0 2 0

CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 5 5 0 2 1 0 2 2 0 4 4 0 13 13 0

#10 ZAK ZAREMBA SHG 0

GWG 0

Multiple Point Games: 0 Career Highs: Goals: 1, 1-18-13 vs. RIT, L 6-5; 1-12-13 at Air Force, T 3-3 OT Assists: 0 Points: 1, 1-18-13 vs. RIT, L 6-5; 1-12-13 at Air Force, T 3-3 OT Year GM 2012-13 13

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 7 7 0 5 5 0 2 2 0 4 4 0 18 18 0

G 0 0 0 0 0

#7 ANDREW O’LEARY Year GM 2012-13 16

GWG 0

#5 JOHN CLARK

Multiple Point Games: 0 Career Highs: Goals: 1, 2-13-10 vs. RIT Assists: 1, five times, most recent, 1-21-12 vs. Air Force Points: 1, sx times, most recent, 1-21-12 vs. Air Force Year 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 Career

SHG 0

Multiple Point Games: 0 Career Highs: Goals: 1, 12-1-12 vs. AIC Assists: 0 Points: 1, 12-1-12 vs. AIC

Multiple Point Games: 0 Career Highs: Goals: 0 Assists: 0 Points: 0 Year GM 2012-13 11

Year GM 2012-13 22

SHG 0

GWG 0

Year 2011-12 2012-13 Career

GM 34 25 59

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 6 11 0 4 10 2 10 21 2

G 5 6 11

Multiple Point Games: 2, 2-7-12 at Connecticut (G, A); 11-5-11 at RIT (2A) Career Highs: Goals: 1, 11 times, most recent 2-1-13 at Mercyhurst, T 1-1 OT Assists: 2 at RIT, 11-5-11 Points: 2 at RIT, 11-5-11 Year 2011-12 2012-13 Career

GM 27 20 47

G 4 6 10

CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 5 9 0 2 8 2 7 17 2

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SHG 0 0 0

GWG 0 0 0

INDIVIDUAL PLAYER STATS (SKATERS) #11 BRIAN SCHULTZ Year 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 Career

GM 32 29 24 85

G 1 1 3 5

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 2 3 0 2 3 0 2 5 0 6 11 0

#13 JON BOBB SHG 0 0 1 1

GWG 0 1 0 1

Multiple Point Games: 1, 1-18-13 vs. RIT (G, A) Career Highs: Goals: 1, five times, most recent 2-2-13 at Mercyhurst, SH, L 1-8 Assists: 1 vs. six times, most recent, 1-18-13 vs. RIT Points: 2, 1-18-13 vs. RIT (G, A) Year 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 Career

GM 26 22 20 68

G 1 0 3 4

CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 2 3 0 2 2 0 2 5 0 6 10 0

SHG 0 0 1 1

Year 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 Career

GM 4 3 15 11 33

Year GM 2012-13 25

G 5

GWG 0 0 0 0

Year GM 2012-13 20

G 5

Year GM 2009-10 2 2010-11 2 2011-12 12 2012-13 9 Career 24

G 0 0 0 0 0

SHG 0

GWG 2

SHG 0

GWG 2

Year GM 2012-13 2

Year 2009-10 2010-11 2012-13 Career

GM 21 32 0 53

G 4 5 0 9

Year 2009-10 2010-11 2012-13 Career

GM 16 24 0 40

G 3 4 0 7

SHG 0 0 0 0 0

GWG 0 0 0 0 0

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 0 0 0

SHG 0

GWG 0

SHG 0

GWG 0

SHG 1 0 1

GWG 0 0 0

Multiple Point Games: 0 Career Highs: Goals: 0 Assists: 0 Points: 0 Year GM 2012-13 0

G 0

CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 0 0 0

#18 MAC LALOR SHG 1 1 0 2

GWG 0 2 0 2

SHG 1 1 0 2

Year 2011-12 2012-13 Career

GM 31 24 55

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 6 10 1 9 13 4 15 23 5

G 4 4 8

Multiple Point Games: 4, most recent 12-11-12 at Merrimack (2PPG) Career Highs: Goals: 2, 12-11-12 at Merrimack Assists: 2, 12-1-12 vs. AIC; 12-3-11 vs. Mercyhurst Points: 2, four times, most recent 12-11-12 at Merrimack (2PPG)

Multiple Point Games: 2, most recent 2-18-11 vs. AIC (2A) Career Highs: Goals: 1, nine times, most recent 2-5-11 vs. UConn Assists: 2, 2-18-11 vs. AIC Points: 2, twice, 2-18-11 vs. AIC (2A); 2-19-10 at Mercyhurst (G, A) CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 3 6 0 4 8 0 0 0 0 7 14 0

CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 2 2 0

G 0

#17 MIKE SANTEE

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 4 8 0 6 11 0 0 0 0 10 19 0

GWG 0 0 0 0 0

#16 MICHAEL ST. DENIS

Multiple Point Games: 2, 10-27-12 at Holy Cross (G, A); 10-20-12 at Sacred Heart (G,A) Career Highs: Goals: 1, five, most recent 1-19-13 vs. RIT Assists: 1, six times, most recent 1-18-13 vs. RIT Points: 2, twice, 10-27-12 at Holy Cross; 10-20-12 at Sacred Heart CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 5 10 1

SHG 0 0 0 0 0

Multiple Point Games: 0 Career Highs: Goals: n/a Assists: 1, twice, at Connecticut, 12-7-12; vs. Mercyhurst, 12-3-11 Points: 1, twice, at Connecticut, 12-7-12; vs. Mercyhurst, 12-3-11 (A)

#14 JOE KOZLAK

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 6 11 1

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 2 2 0

G 0 0 0 0 0

GWG 0 2 0 2

Year 2011-12 2012-13 Career

GM 26 19 45

G 4 1 5

CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 4 8 1 9 10 1 13 18 2

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SHG 1 0 1

GWG 0 0 0

INDIVIDUAL PLAYER STATS (SKATERS) #19 JOSH RICHARDS Year 2011-12 2012-13 Career

GM 20 25 45

G 1 5 6

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 1 2 0 8 13 1 9 15 1

#20 JONATHAN GEHRT SHG 0 0 0

GWG 0 0 0

Multiple Point Games: 4, most recent 1-18-13 vs. RIT (G, A) Career Highs: Goals: 1, six times, most recent 1-19-13 vs. RIT Assists: 2, twice, 1-4-13 vs. #19 RMU; 10-27-12 at Holy Cross Points: 2, four times, most recent, 1-18-13 vs. RIT (G, A) Year 2011-12 2012-13 Career

GM 16 20 36

G 1 3 4

CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 1 2 0 8 11 1 9 13 1

SHG 0 0 0

GWG 0 0 0

Year GM 2012-13 24

Year GM 2009-10 35 2010-11 30 2011-12 34 2012-13 25 Career 124

G 8 7 13 6 34

Year GM 2012-13 20

SHG 0 0 0 0 0

GWG 2 1 0 1 4

Year GM 2012-13 25

G 3

G 1

Year GM 2012-13 20

G 0

CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 2 2 0

SHG 0

GWG 0

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 4 12 3

G 8

SHG 0

GWG 0

G 7

CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 4 11 3

SHG 0

GWG 0

SHG 0 0 0

GWG 1 2 3

GWG 2 1 0 1 4

#24 MAURICE ALVAREZ SHG 0

GWG 0

Multiple Point Games: 1, 10-20-12 at Sacred Heart (2A) Career Highs: Goals: 1, 10-13-12 vs. #20 Maine Assists: 2, 10-20-12 at Sacred Heart Points: 2, 10-20-12 at Sacred Heart Year GM 2012-13 19

CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 3 6 0

Multiple Point Games: 2, 11-16-12 vs. Sacred Heart (G, A); 10-27-12 at Holy Cross (G, A) Career Highs: Goals: 1, eight times, most recent 1-18-13 vs. RIT Assists: 1, four times, most recent 11-29-12 at Bentley Points: 2, 11-16-12 vs. Sacred Heart; 10-27-12 at Holy Cross

#23 LUKE JENKINS Year GM 2012-13 24

GWG 0

#22 THANE HELLER

Multiple Point Games: 16, most recent 1-18-13 vs. RIT (G, A) Career Highs: Goals: 3, 10-19-12 vs. Sacred Heart; 11-5-11 at RIT Assists: 3, 10-27-12 at Holy Cross; 10-17-10 vs. Holy Cross Points: 3, five times, most recent 10-27-12 at Holy Cross (3A) CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS Year GM G A Pts. PPG SHG 2009-10 28 6 8 14 2 0 2010-11 26 6 5 11 2 0 2011-12 27 10 8 18 3 0 2012-13 20 6 10 16 0 0 Career 99 28 30 58 6 0

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 2 3 0

SHG 0

Multiple Point Games: 2, three times, most recent 1-4-13 vs. #19 Robert Morris (G, A) Career Highs: Goals: 1, 1-4-13 vs. #19 Robert Morris; 10-27-12 at Holy Cross Assists: 2, 12-11-12 at Merrimack Points: 2, three times, most recent 1, 1-4-13 vs. #19 Robert Morris (G, A)

#21 ANDY STARCZEWSKI CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 9 17 3 5 12 4 11 24 5 13 19 0 38 72 12

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 5 8 0

G 3

Year 2011-12 2012-13 Career

GM 33 23 56

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 9 14 2 4 6 0 13 20 2

G 5 2 7

Multiple Point Games: 1, 11-11-11 at Sacred Heart (PPG, A) Career Highs: Goals: 1 seven times, most recent 1-4-13 vs. #19 Robert Morris Assists: 1, 13 times, most recent 2-1-13 at Mercyhurst Points: 2 11/11/11 at Sacred Heart SHG 0

GWG 0 Year 2011-12 2012-13 Career

GM 26 18 44

G 5 2 7

CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 6 11 2 4 6 0 10 17 2

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SHG 0 0 0

GWG 1 2 2

INDIVIDUAL PLAYER STATS (SKATERS) #26 SHANE HEARN

#25 CHEYNE ROCHA Year GM 2009-10 36 2010-11 35 2011-12 10 2012-13 23 Career 104

G 1 2 0 1 4

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 5 6 0 6 8 1 1 1 0 3 4 0 15 19 1

SHG 0 0 0 0 0

GWG 0 1 0 0 1

Multiple Point Games: 3, most recent, 2-5-11 at UConn (3A) Career Highs: Goals: 1, four times, most recent, 1-5-13 vs. #19 Robert Morris Assists: 3, 2-5-11 at UConn (3A) Points: 3, 2-5-11 at UConn (3A) Year 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 Career

GM 28 27 6 19 78

G 1 2 0 1 4

CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 4 5 0 6 8 1 1 1 0 3 4 0 14 18 1

SHG 0 0 0 0 0

Year GM 2012-13 25

Year GM 2012-13 18

G 3

Year GM 2012-13 20

Year GM 2012-13 14

G 3

GWG 1

G 4

CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 4 8 0

SHG 0

GWG 1

SHG 0

GWG 0

SHG 0

GWG 0

GWG 0 1 0 0 1

#28 JOSH ROBERTS SHG 0

GWG 0

Multiple Point Games: 2, 1-4-13 vs. #19 Robert Morris (2G); 10-20-12 at Sacred Heart (PPG, A) Career Highs: Goals: 2, 1-4-13 vs. #19 Robert Morris Assists: 1, six times, most recent 1-18-13 vs. RIT Points: 2, 1-14-13 vs. #19 Robert Morris; 10-20-12 at Sacred Heart CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 5 8 1

SHG 0

Multiple Point Games: 1, 10-27-12 at Holy Cross (2G) Career Highs: Goals: 2, 10-27-12 at Holy Cross Assists: 1, four times, most recent, 2-1-13 at Mercyhurst Points: 2, 10-27-12 at Holy Cross

#27 WILLIE FAUST

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 6 9 1

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 4 8 0

G 4

SHG 0

GWG 0

Year GM 2012-13 22

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 3 3 0

G 0

Multiple Point Games: 0 Career Highs: Goals: 0 Assists: 1, three times, most recent, 1-18-13 vs. RIT Points: 1, three times, most recent, 1-18-13 vs. RIT Year GM 2012-13 18

G 0

CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS A Pts. PPG 3 3 0

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INDIVIDUAL PLAYER STATS (GOALTENDERS) #30 RYAN LEETS

#1 ROB TADAZAK Year 2011-12 2012-13 Career

GM Min. 11 599:38 16 871:47 27 1471:25

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS GA GAA SV Pct. 32 3.20 317 .908 44 3.03 450 .911 76 3.09 767 .910

W-L-T 0-7-3 3-8-3 3-15-6

Sho 0 2 2

Career Shots Faced: 843 (Freshman: 349; Sophomore: 494) Career-Best Saves: 53, vs. Brown, 11-19-11 Career Shutouts: 2, 1-4-13 vs. #19 Robert Morris (22 saves); 12-30-12 at Canisius (25 saves) Year GM Min. 2011-12 8 466:37 2012-13 13 709:14 Career 21 1175:51

CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS GA GAA SV Pct. 27 3.47 223 .892 32 2.71 340 .914 59 3.01 563 .905

W-L-T 0-6-2 3-5-3 3-11-5

Sho 0 2 2

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS GA GAA SV Pct. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

W-L-T 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

Sho 0 0 0

CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS GA GAA SV Pct. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

W-L-T 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

Sho 0 0 0

Year 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 Career

CAREER OVERALL STATISTICS GM Min. GA GAA SV Pct. W-L-T 1 18:31 1 3.24 7 .875 0-0-0 15 887:24 43 2.91 467 .916 4-8-3 26 1457:37 85 3.50 681 .889 4-16-4 13 645:06 37 3.44 355 .906 4-6-1 55 3008:38 166 3.31 1510 .901 12-30-8

Career Shots Faced: 1676 (Freshman: 8; Sophomore: 510; Junior: 766; Senior: 392) Career-Best Saves: 46 at Canisius, 12-29-12 Career Shutouts: n/a Year 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 Career

CAREER CONFERENCE STATISTICS GM Min. GA GAA SV Pct. 0 00:00 0 0 0 0 11 653:00 30 2.76 354 .922 21 1163:37 67 3.45 517 .885 10 509:13 29 3.42 273 .904 42 2325:50 126 3.25 1144 .901

#35 MATT WALSH Year GM 2011-12 0 2012-13 0 Career 0

Min. 0 0 0

Career Shots Faced: n/a Career-Best Saves: n/a Career Shutouts: n/a Year GM 2011-12 0 2012-13 0 Career 0

Min. 0 0 0

Sho 0 0 0 0 0

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W-L-T 0-0-0 3-5-3 3-13-3 4-4-1 10-21-7

Sho 0 0 0 0 0

GAME RECAPS (GAMES 1-9) Game #1 (10-12-12) Nebraska-Omaha 5, Army 1 Ice Breaker Sprint Center, Kansas City, Mo. NEBRASKA-OMAHA 5, ARMY 1 UNO 2-2-1--5 ARMY 0-1-0--1 First Period: UNO – Raubenheimer (Montpetit, Aneloski), PP, 4:31 UNO – Seeler (Zombo, Raubenheimer), 8:43 Second Period: UNO – Aneloski (Seeler, Raubenheim), 4:27 UNO – Searfoss (Gwidt), 7:54 ARMY – Lalor (Zaremba, Starczewski), PP, 9:21 Third Period: UNO – White (Searfoss), 14:48 Shots: UNO 38 (11-18-9); Army 18 (6-4-8) Saves: UNO 17 (Faulkner, 60:00, 6-3-8); Army 33 (Leets, 60:00, 9-16-8) Power Plays: UNO, 1-4; Army, 1-2 Penalties: UNO, 2-4; Army, 4-8 Attendance: 2,200 Game #2 (10-13-12) #20 Maine 4, Army 3 Ice Breaker Consolation Sprint Center, Kansas City, Mo. MAINE 4, ARMY 3 ARMY 1-1-1--3 MAINE 0-3-1--4 First Period: ARMY – Heller (Starczewski), 5:41 Second Period: ARMY – Jenkins (Zaremba), 2:31 MAINE – Anthoine (unassisted), 11:24 MAINE – Leidermark (Merchant, Leen), 12:35 MAINE --- Higgins (Shore, Diamond), 13:51 Third Period: ARMY – Richards (Kozlak), 9:01 MAINE -- Diamond (Higgins, Hutton), 9:56 Shots: Maine 54 (14-19-21); Army 24 (6-8-10) Saves: Maine 21 (Morris, 60:00, 5-7-9); Army 50 (Tadazak, 59:24, 14-16-20; empty net, 00:36) Power Plays: Maine, 0-3; Army, 0-1 Penalties: Maine, 2-4; Army, 5-21 Attendance: 2,254 Game #3 (10-19-12) Army 5, Sacred Heart 2 Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y. ARMY 5, SACRED HEART 2 SHU 0-2-0--2 ARMY 1-1-3--5 First Period: ARMY – Zaremba (Rocha, Clark), 00:29 Second Period: ARMY – Starczewski (unassisted), 2:36 SHU – Verbeek (Sheehan), 8:45 SHU – Lake (Curry, Bonner), 18:10 Third Period: ARMY – Starczewski (Faust) 1:41 ARMY – Schultz (Burns, Kozlak), 8:24 ARMY – Starczewski (Alvarez), 17:52 Shots: Sacred Heart 27 (8-15-4); Army 28 (9-6-13) Saves: Sacred Heart 23 (Legatto, 59:48, 8-5-10; empty net, 00:12); Army 25 (Tadazak, 60:00, 8-13-4) Power Plays: Sacred Heart, 0-1; Army, 0-4 Penalties: Sacred Heart, 5-18; Army, 1-2 Attendance: 1,253

Game #4 (10-20-12) Army 4, Sacred Heart 4 OT Milford Ice Pavilion, Milford Ice Pavilion ARMY 4, SACRED HEART 4 (OT) ARMY 0-2-2-0--4 SHU 1-2-1-0--4 First Period: SHU – Delong (Sheehan), 1:09 Second Period: ARMY – Richards (Jenkins, Alvarez) PP, 1:53 SHU – Sheehan (George, Brightbill), PP, 4:03 ARMY – Faust (Gehrt, Kozlak), PP, 15:02 SHU – Verbeek (Solomon, Filteau), 19:48 Third Period: ARMY – Starczewski (Faust, Jenkins), 7:35 SHU – Bonner (Curry), 11:35 ARMY – Kozlak (Heller, Starczewski), EX, 19:27 Overtime: None. Shots: Army 41 (19-10-9-3); Sacred Heart 29 (13-8-6-2) Saves: Army 25 (Tadazak, 64:17, 12-6-5-2; empty net, 00:43); Sacred Heart 37 (Bodnarchuk, 65:00, 19-8-7-3) Power Plays: Army, 2-6; Sacred Heart, 2-5 Penalties: Army, 7-22; Sacred Heart, 8-24 Attendance: 353 Game #5 (10-26-12) Penn State 5, Army 0 Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y. PENN STATE 5, ARMY 0 PSU 1-3-1--5 ARMY 0-0-0--0 First Period: PSU – Brooks (Loik, Glen), 10:15 Second Period: PSU -- Milley (Bailey), PP, 2:36 PSU – Sweetland (Bailey), 12:44 PSU – Bailey (Jensen), 13:46 Third Period: PSU – Glen (Sweetland), 4:07 Shots: Penn State 45 (13-9-23); Army 34 (12-12-10) Saves: Penn State 34 (Musico, 59:20, 12-12-10; empty net, 00:40); Army 40 (Tadazak, 44;02, 12-6-0; Leets, 15:53, x-x-22 empty net, 00:05) Power Plays: Penn State 1-5; Army, 0-5 Penalties: Penn State, 8-27; Army, 8-16 Attendance: 1,537 Game #6 (10-27-12) Army 7, Holy Cross 2 Hart Center, Worcester, Mass. ARMY 7, HOLY CROSS 2 ARMY 3-3-1—7 HOLY CROSS 0-2-0—2 First Period: ARMY – Zaremba (Starczewski, Heller), PP, 3:57 ARMY – Hearn (unassisted), 11:21 ARMY --- Kozlak (Richards, Gehrt), PP, 12:58 Second Period: HC – Fletcher (Vos), SH, 9:40 HC – Nunn (Zych), 10:12 ARMY – Gehrt (unassisted), 10:25 ARMY – Lalor (Starczewski), PP, 13:49 ARMY – Heller (Starczewski, Lalor), PP, 18:22 Third Period: ARMY – Hearn (Richards, Kozlak), 14:00 Shots: Army 35 (14-11-10); Holy Cross 35 (13-9-13) Saves: Army 33 (Leets, time, 13-7-13); Holy Cross 28 (Ginn, time, 11-8-9) Power Plays: Army 4-8; Holy Cross 2-7 Penalties: Army 7-14; Holy Cross 8-16 Attendance: 1,409

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Game #7 (11-9-12) Niagara 5, Army 0 Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y. NIAGARA 5, ARMY 0 NIAGARA 4-1-0--5 ARMY 0-0-0--0 First Period: NIAGARA – Kohls (Giancarlo), 1:27 NIAGARA – Williams (Hannan, Kohls), 8:19 NIAGARA – Lochner (Divjak, Ryan), 9:22 NIAGARA – Rashid (kohls), 17:34 Second Period: NIAGARA – Zanette (unassisted), 7:53 Third Period: None. Shots: Niagara 35 (17-10-8); Army 27 (7-12-8) Saves: Niagara 27 (Chubak, 60:00, 7-12-8); Army 30 (Leets, 27:53, 13-6-x; Tadazak, 32:07, x-3-8) Power Plays: Niagara, 0-3; Army, 0-2 Penalties: Niagara, 4-8; Army, 5-10. Attendance: 1,381 Game #8 (11-10-12) Niagara 4, Army 1 Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y. NIAGARA 4, ARMY 1 NIAGARA 2-1-1--4 ARMY 0-0-1--1 First Period: NIAGARA – Murphy (Ryan, Iuorio), PP, 7:09 NIAGARA -- Benedict (Rashid, Ryan) 13:5 Second Period: NIAGARA – Benedict (Turcotte, Williams), 2:53 Third Period: ARMY – Heller (Zaremba, Starczewski), PP, 14:30 Shots: Niagara 29 (11-11-6); Army 31 (14-6-11) Saves: Niagara 30 (Chubak, 60:00, 14-6-10); Army 25 (Tadazak, 60:00, 9-10-6) Power Plays: Niagara, 1-2; Army, 1-4 Penalties: Niagara, 8-27; Army, 6-23 Attendance: 1,548 Game #9 (11-16-12) Army 3, Sacred Heart 2 Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y. ARMY 3, SACRED HEART 2 SHU 1-1-0--2 ARMY 1-1-1--3 First Period: ARMY – Heller (Starczewski, Clark), 3:39 SHU – Filteau (Curry, Brightbill), 4:25 Second Period: ARMY – Zaremba (Lalor, Starczewski), PP, 4:34 SHU – Delong (Ketchum, Sheehan), 18:52 Third Period: ARMY – Alvarez (Faust, Heller), 9:44 Shots: Sacred Heart 28 (12-10-6); Army 38 (10-11-17) Saves: Sacred Heart 35 (Bodnarchuk, 58:45, 9-10-16; empty net, 1:15); Army 26 (Tadazak, 27:22, 11-7-x; Leets, 32:37, x-2-6) Power Plays: Sacred Heart, 0-4; Army, 1-5 Penalties: Sacred Heart, 5-10; Army, 5-21 Attendance: 1,273

GAME RECAPS (GAMES 10-17) Game #10 (11-17-12) Brown 3, Army 0 Meehan Auditorium, Providence, R.I. BROWN 3, ARMY 0 ARMY 0-0-0--0 BROWN 1-0-2--3 First Period: BROWN – Lorito (Jacobson, Zaires), PP, 4:55 Second Period: None. Third Period: BROWN – Lorito (Wahl, Robertson), PP, 6:25 BROWN – Lorito (Lamacchia), SH, 7:43 Shots: Army 25 (8-7-10); Brown 30 (15-9-6) Saves: Army 27 (Leets, 60:00, 14-9-4); Brown 25 (DeFilippo, 60:00, 8-7-10) Power Plays: Army, 0-7; Brown, 2-5 Penalties: Army, 5-10; Brown, 7-14 Attendance: 1,384 Game #11 (11-29-12) Army 3, Bentley 2 John A. Ryan Skating Arena, Watertown, Mass. ARMY 3, BENTLEY 2 ARMY 1-2-0--3 BENTLEY 0-2-0--2 First Period: ARMY – Starczewski (Faust, Heller), 16:01 Second Period: ARMY – Richards (Hearn, Rocha), 8:01 BEN – Breton (Grieve), 9:13 BEN – Switzer (Krause, Blomquist), 8:26 ARMY – Burns (unassisted), SH, 11:24 Third Period: None. Shots: Army 33 (13-11-9); Bentley 26 (8-10-8) Saves: Army 24 (Leets, 60:00, 8-8-8); Bentley 30 (Komm, 58:47, 12-9-9) Power Plays: Army, 0-3; Bentley, 0-3 Penalties: Army, 3-6; Bentley, 3-6 Attendance: 522 Game #12 (12-1-12) Army 3, AIC 2 “TK” Night Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y. ARMY 3, AIC 2 AIC 0-1-1--2 ARMY 0-1-2--3 First Period: None. Second Period: AIC –Peake (Pleskach and Puskar), PP, :40 ARMY – Heller (Starczewski, Lalor), 17:23 Third Period: ARMY – Pomarico (Lalor, Roberts), 2:45 ARMY –Hearn (Richards, Kozlak), 14:48 AIC – Porter (Leitner, Pleskach), 16:49 Shots: AIC 33 (9-15-9); Army 28 (9-10-9) Saves: AIC 25 (Meisner, 59:05, 9-9-7); Army 31 (Leets, 60:00, 9-14-8) Power Plays: AIC, 1-3; Army, 0-1 Penalties: AIC, 2-4; Army, 3-6 Attendance: 2,648

Game #13 (12-7-12) Army 2, Connecticut 2 (OT) Freitas Ice Forum, Storrs, Conn. ARMY 2, UCONN 2 OT ARMY 1-1-0-0--2 UCONN 1-0-1-0--2 First Period: ARMY – Kozlak (Lalor), 8:20 UCONN – Bouchard (Smutek, Gerling), PP, 15:17 Second Period: ARMY – Gehrt (Bobb, Burns), 10:51 Third Period: UCONN – Carriere (Pauly), 10:32 Overtime: None Shots: Army 31 (10-10-10-1); Connecticut 29 (7-7-14-1) Saves: Army 27 (Leets, time, 6-7-13-1); Connecticut 29 (Bartus, 30:31, 9-4-x-x; Grogan, 34:39, x-5-10-1) Power Plays: Army, 0-5; Connecticut, 1-3 Penalties: Army, 4-8; Connecticut, 6-12 Attendance: 721 Game #14 (12-11-12) Merrimack 4, Army 2 Lawler Arena, North Andover, Mass. MERRIMACK 4, ARMY 2 ARMY 0-0-2—2 MERRIMACK 0-1-3—4 First Period: None. Second Period: MM – Hussar (Brodhag, Biggs), 4:22 Third Period: MM – Bates (Biggs, Jardine), 6:14 ARMY – Lalor (Starczewski, Gehrt), PP, 9:13 ARMY – Lalor (Gehrt, Faust), PP, 9:50 MM – Scotti (Hussar, Mansfield) PP, 12:06 MM – Collins (Bly, Christie) EN, 19:56 Shots: Army 24 (5-8-11); Merrimack 46 (19-12-15) Saves: Army 42 (Tadazak, 59:07, 19-11-12; empty net, :53); Merrimack 22 (Tirronen, 60:00, 5-8-11) Power Plays: Army, 2-3; Merrimack, 1-3 Penalties: Army, 5-10; Merrimack, 5-10 Attendance: 1,869 Exhibition (12-27-12) Russian Junior All-Stars 6, Army 2 Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y. RUSSIAN JR. ALL-STARS 6, ARMY 2 RUSSIAN JR. 1-4-1—6 ARMY 0-2-0—2 First Period: R – Krivchenko (Berdnikov), 7:40 Second Period: R – Berdnikov (Mishchenko), 00:34 R – Krivchenko (Mischenko, Berdnikov), 3:21 A – Lalor (Kozlak, Richards), 3:53 R – Upitis (unassisted), 4:10 A – Kozlak (Rocha, Lalor), 6:48 R – Lomako (Vikharev, Makarov), 17:53 Third Period: R – Stoliaren (unassisted), 9:00 Shots: Russian Jr. All-Stars 33 (9-15-9); Army 43 (14-1613) Saves: Russian Jr. All-Stars 41 (Maskovtsev, 60:00, 14-14-13); Army 27 (Leets, 30:14, 8-5-x; Tadazak, 29:42, x-6-8; empty net, 00:04) Power Plays: Russian Jr. All-Stars, 0-6; Army, 0-6 Penalties: Russian Jr. All-Stars, 8-27; Army, 7-14 Attendance: 2,636

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Game #15 (12-29-12) Canisius 5, Army 1 Buffalo State Sports Arena, Buffalo, N.Y. CANISIUS 5, ARMY 1 ARMY 0-1-0—1 CANISIUS 2-2-1—5 First Period: CAN – Bohrer (McKellar, Cuddemi), PP, 9:46 CAN – Grazen (Shupe, Lindsay), 12:45 Second Period: CAN – Shupe (Grazen, Lindsay), 1:08 ARMY – Zaremba (Clark, Richards), 7:03 CAN – Sullivan (Gibbons, Beck), 16:46 Third Period: CAN – Shupe (Lindsay), 16:16 Shots: Army 19 (6-7-6); Canisius 52 (16-18-17) Saves: Army 46 (Leets, 60:00, 14-16-16); Canisius 18 (Capobianco, 60:00, 6-6-6) Power Plays: Army, 0-3; Canisius, 1-9 Penalties: Army, 10-31; Canisius, 4-8 Attendance: 903 Game #16 (12-30-12) Army 1, Canisius O (OT) Buffalo State Sports Arena, Buffalo, N.Y. ARMY 1, CANISIUS 0 (OT) ARMY 0-0-0-1—1 CANISIUS 0-0-0-0—0 First Period: None. Second Period: None. Third Period: None. Overtime: ARMY – Kozlak (Burns, Lalor), 2:51 Shots: Army 36 (12-11-11-2); Canisius 25 (7-3-10-5) Saves: Army 25 (Tadazak, 62:51, 7-3-10-5); Canisius 35 (Capobianco, 62:51, 12-11-11-1) Power Plays: Army, 0-7; Canisius, 0-2. Penalties: Army, 2-4; Canisius, 7-14 Attendance: 786 Game #17 (1-4-13) Army 5, #19 Robert Morris 0 Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y. CBS Sports Network ARMY 5, #19 ROBERT MORRIS 0 RMU 0-0-0—0 ARMY 1-3-1—5 First Period: ARMY – Alvarez (Zaremba), 19:00 Second Period: ARMY – Gehrt (Richards, Starczewski), 9:47 ARMY – Heller (Gehrt, Richards), 11-05 ARMY – Faust (Burns, Lalor), 17:43 Third Period: ARMY – Faust (Schultz, Burns), 1:00 Shots: Robert Morris 22 (5-9-8); Army 36 (12-14-10) Saves: Robert Morris 31 (Levine, 41:38, 11-11-1; Ferber, 18:22, 0-0-8); Army 22 (Tadazak, 59:54, 5-9-8; empty net, 00:06) Power Plays: Robert Morris, 0-3; Army, 0-3 Penalties: Robert Morris, 3-6; Army, 3-6 Attendance: 1,624

GAME RECAPS (GAMES 18-25) Game #18 (1-5-13) #19 Robert Morris 4, Army 1 Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y. House of Blues #19 ROBERT MORRIS 4, ARMY 1 RMU 3-0-1—4 ARMY 1-0-0—1 First Period: RMU – Gibson (Moore, Denham), 3:22 ARMY – Rocha (Hearn), 5:28 RMU – Wydo (Hervato, Hinds), 14:02 RMU – Blazek (Geerin, South), 19:56 Second Period: None. Third Period: RMU – Jones (unassisted), EN, 18:59 Shots: Robert Morris 28 (10-7-11); Army 48 (10-10-28) Saves: Robert Morris 24 (Levine, 60:00, 9-10-28); Army 24 (Tadazak, 58:29, 7-7-10; empty net, 1:31, x-x-1) Power Plays: Robert Morris, 0-2; Army, 0-8 Penalties: Robert Morris, 8-16; Army, 3-6 Attendance: 2,626 Game #19 (1-11-13) Air Force 4, Army 1 Cadet Ice Arena, USAFA, Colo. AIR FORCE 4, ARMY 1 ARMY 0-0-1—1 AIR FORCE 1-2-1—4 First Period: AF – Persian (Holm, Carey), 9:29 Second Period: AF – De Laurell (Thomas, Carew), PP, 14:39 AF – De Laurell (Walsh, Carew), 18:33 Third Period: AF – De Laurell (Thomas, Kruse), PP, 15:31 ARMY – Hearn (Lalor), 16:03 Shots: Army 27 (13-3-11); Air Force 36 (9-13-14) Saves: Army 32 (Leets, 60:00, 8-11-13); Air Force 26 (Torf, 60:00, 13-3-10) Power Plays: Army, 0-4; Air Force, 2-6 Penalties: Army, 6-12; Air Force, 4-8 Attendance: 2,497 Game #20 (1-12-13) Army 3, Air Force 3 (OT) Cadet Ice Arena, USAFA, Colo. CBS Sports Network ARMY 3, AIR FORCE 3 (OT) ARMY 1-2-0-0—3 AIR FORCE 0-2-1-0—3 First Period: ARMY – Heller (Richards, Burns), PP, 7:14 Second Period: AF – Kruse (McDonald, Artman), 1:14 ARMY – Zaremba (Alvarez, Hearn), 4:45 ARMY – O’Leary (Roberts), 5:33 AF – Artman ( Timar), 7:08 Third Period: AF – De Laurell (Carew, McKenzie), PP, 3:24 Overtime: None. Shots: Army 30 (14-8-7-1); Air Force 45 (12-16-12-5) Saves: Army 42 (Tadazak, 65:00, 12-14-11-5); Air Force 27 (Torf, 65:00, 13-6-7-1) Power Plays: Army, 1-2; Air Force, 1-3 Penalties: Army, 3-6; Air Force, 2-4 Attendance: 1,607

Game #21 (1-18-13) RIT 6, Army 5 Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y. RIT 6, ARMY 5 RIT 3-1-2—6 ARMY 1-2-2—5 First Period: RIT – Smith (Saracino), 1:02 ARMY – Schultz (Roberts), 9:04 RIT – Lynch (Kuqali, Mitchell), 11:43 RIT – Descoteaux (McGowan, Lynch), PP, 18:01 Second Period: ARMY – Starczewski (Richards), 7:56 RIT – Colavecchia (Mitchell), PP, 16:09 ARMY – Richards (Starczewski, Lalor), 19:41 Third Period: RIT – Smith (Mitchell), 7:17 RIT – Miller (Potts), 11:35 ARMY – O’Leary (Clark), 18:19 ARMY – Heller (Schultz, Kozlak), 19:52 Shots: RIT 38 (15-13-10); Army 30 (11-7-12) Saves: RIT 25 (Watson, 60:00, 10-5-10); Army 32 (Tadazak, 58:30, 12-12-8; empty net, 1:30) Power Plays: RIT, 2-4; Army, 0-4 Penalties: RIT, 4-8; Army, 4-8 Attendance: 1,716 Game #22 (1-19-13) RIT 4, Army 2 Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y. RIT 4, ARMY 2 RIT 2-1-1—4 ARMY 0-2-0—2 First Period: RIT – Mitchell (Hartley), 10:21 RIT – Mitchell (Colavecchia, Hartley), 14:35 Second Period: ARMY – Richards (Rocha), 1:22 RIT – Smith (Hartley), 5:17 ARMY – Kozlak (Faust), 9:44 Third Period: RIT – Smith (unassisted), EN, 19:35 Shots: RIT 40 (12-15-13); Army 23 (9-4-10) Saves: RIT 21 (Watson, 60:00, 9-2-10); Army 36 (Leets, 59:48, 10-14-12; empty net, 00:12) Power Plays: RIT, 1-2; Army, 0-2 Penalties: RIT, 2-4; Army, 2-4 Attendance: 2,681 Exhibition (1-26-13) Army 4, RMC 1 Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y. ARMY 4, RMC 1 RMC 0-0-1—1 ARMY 1-1-2—4 First Period: ARMY – Heller (Richards), 6:31 Second Period: ARMY – Heller (Alvarez, Lalor), PP, 9:22 Third Period: RMC – Cook (MacLean), 9:46 ARMY – Alvarez (Hearn, Gehrt), 12:43 ARMY – Gehrt (Jenkins, Starczewski), PP, 18:07 Shots: RMC 13 (5-4-4); Army 48 (12-17-19) Saves: RMC 44 (Dorsey, 60:00, 11-16-17); Army 12 (Leets, 59:53, 5-4-3; empty net, 00:07) Power Plays: RMC, 0-4; Army, 2-7 Penalties: RMC, 10-20; Army, 6-12 Attendance: 2,629

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Game #23 (2-1-13) Army 1, Mercyhurst 1 (OT) Mercyhurst Ice Center, Erie, Pa. ARMY 1, MERCYHURST 1 ARMY 0-1-0-0—1 MERCYHURST 1-0-0-0—1 First Period: MH – Chiasson (O’Donoghue, Blakey), 15:06 Second Period: ARMY – Zaremba (Alvarez, Hearn), 7:09 Third Period: None. Overtime: None. Shots: Army 29 (9-13-5-2); Mercyhurst 41 (13-11-12-5) Saves: Army 40 (Tadazak, 65:00, 12-11-12-5); Mercyhurst 28 (Strang, 64:56, 9-12-5-2, empty net, 00:04) Power Plays: Army, 0-2; Mercyhurst, 0-3 Penalties: Army, 4-8; Mercyhurst, 3-6 Attendance: 707 Game #24 (2-2-13) Mercyhurst 8, Army 1 Mercyhurst Ice Center, Erie, Pa. MERCYHURST 8, ARMY 1 ARMY 0-0-1—1 MERCYHURST 1-5-2—8 First Period: MH - Chiasson (O’Donoghue, Blakey), 8:36 Second Period: MH – Misiak (Jones, Bahntge), PP, 4:31 MH – Misiak (Zay), 12:06 MH – Misiak (O’Donoghue, Mastrodicasa), 15:19 MH – Just (unassisted), SH, 15:53 MH – Jones (Bahntge, Misiak), PP, 16:59 Third Period: MH -- Blakey (O’Donoghue, Shiplo), 5:24 ARMY – Schultz (unassisted), SH, 16:16 MH – Bahntge (Misiak), 19:32 Shots: Army 15 (5-5-5); Mercyhurst 45 (13-15-17) Saves: Army 37 (Tadazak, 35:53, 12-8-x; Leets, 24:00, x-2-15; empty net, 00:07); Mercyhurst 14 (Strang, time, 5-5-4) Power Plays: Army, 0-5; Mercyhurst, 2-6 Penalties: Army, 6-12; Mercyhurst, 5-13 Attendance: 1,025 Game #25 (2-10-13) AIC 3, Army 0 Tate Rink, West Point, N.Y. AIC 3, ARMY 0 AIC 1-1-1—3 ARMY 0-0-0—0 FIRST PERIOD: AIC – Pleskach (Peake), 10:25 SECOND PERIOD: AIC – Leitner (Peake, Pleskach), PP, 13:31 THIRD PERIOD: AIC – Puskar (Lubin), 6:39 Shots: AIC 34 (9-7-18); Army 36 (13-11-12) Saves: AIC 36 (Meisner, 60:00, 13-11-12); Army 31 (Tadazak, 59:50, 8-6-17; empty net, 00:10) Power Plays: AIC, 1-4; Army, 0-6 Penalties: AIC, 6-12; Army, 4-8 Attendance: 1,598

ARMY HOCKEY AWARDS & HONORS Year 1977 1977 1988 1990 1991 2002 2002 2003 2003 2003 2003 2003 2005 2006 2006 2007 2007 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2009 2009 2009 2009 2010 2010 2010 2011 2011

ALL-LEAGUE POSTSEASON AWARDS Name ................................................................................ Team Dave Rost ..........................................................First Team (All-ECAC) Dave Rost .................................................. ECAC “Player of the Year” Rob Tobin ........................................................ ECAC All-Rookie Team Scott Schultze .................................... Honorable Mention (All-ECAC) Todd Tamburino ................................. Honorable Mention (All-ECAC) Chris Casey..................................................... MAAC All-Rookie Team Chris Casey........................................ “Offensive Rookie of the Year” Joe Dudek ...................................................Second Team (All-MAAC) Brad Roberts .................................................... First Team (All-MAAC) Brad Roberts ...................................... MAAC “Co-Goalie of the Year” Brad Roberts .................................................. MAAC All-Rookie Team Brad Roberts ......................... MAAC “Defensive Rookie of the Year” Chris Garceau ...................................... Sportsmanship Award (AHA) Brad Roberts ..................................................Second Team (All-AHA) Tim Manthey .................................................Second Team (All-AHA) ...................................................................................All-Rookie Team Tim Manthey ..................................................Second Team (All-AHA) Josh Kassell ...................................................Second Team (All-AHA) Luke Flicek .........................................................Third Team (All-AHA) Owen Meyer ..............................................................All-Rookie Team Josh Kassel .................................................. Player of the Year (AHA) .............................................................................First Team (All-AHA) ........................................Regular Season Goaltending Trophy (AHA) Zach McKelvie...................................Defenseman of the Year (AHA) .............................................................................First Team (All-AHA) Luke Flicek ..........................................................First Team (All-AHA) Owen Meyer ...................................................Second Team (All-AHA) Regular Season Champions...................................................... (AHA) Zach Mckelvie .....................................................First Team (All-AHA) Owen Meyer ........................................................ First team (All-AHA) Marcel Alvarez ...............................................All-Rookie Team Army .......................................................Team Sportsmanship Award Cody Omilusik ................................................Second Team (All-AHA) Marcel Alvarez ....................................Second Team (All-AHA) Army .......................................................Team Sportsmanship Award Marcel Alvarez ....................................Second-Team (All-AHA) Cody Omilusik ....................................................Third-Team (All-AHA)

2006 2007 2008

SPENCER PENROSE AWARD (COACH OF THE YEAR) ............................................................................................. Jack Riley ............................................................................................. Jack Riley ATLANTIC HOCKEY ASSOCIATION COACH OF THE YEAR ........................................................................................ Brian Riley ........................................................................................ Brian Riley ........................................................................................ Brian Riley

2006 2008 2009 2010 2010

NCAA FROZEN FOUR SKILLS CHALLENGE PARTICIPANTS Brad Roberts .............................................................................Goalie Luke Flicek ............................................................................. Forward Zach McKelvie................................................................ Defenseman Owen Meyer ........................................................................... Forward Brian Riley ................................................................................. Coach

1957 1960

2005 2006

2007

ACADEMIC HONORS ...................................................Atlantic Hockey All-Academic team: Aaron Anderson, David Andros, Chris Colvin, Luke Flicek, Bryce Hollweg, Ian McDougall, Brad, Roberts, Matt Schachman Bryce Hollweg .................................AHA Academic All-Star Team (F) ................................................... Atlantic Hockey All Academic team: Aaron Anderson, Chris Colvin, Brady Dolim, Luke Flicek, Bryce Hollweg, Josh Kassel, Ian McDougall, Chase Podsiad, Brad Roberts, Corey Rudd, Will Ryan, Matt Schachman Bryce Hollweg .............. Atlantic Hockey Scholar Athlete of the Year

2007

...................................................Atlantic Hockey All-Academic team: Aaron Anderson, Chris Colvin, Brady Dolim, Luke Flicek, Josh Kassel, Ian McDougall, Zach McKelvie, Chase Podsiad, Ken Rowe, Will Ryan

2008

Bryce Hollweg ......................................CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine .....................................................................Second Team All-District

2008

Jay Clark ......................................... AHA Academic All-Star Team (G) ...................................................Atlantic Hockey All-Academic team: Aaron Anderson, Chris Colvin, Luke Flicek, Bryce Hollweg, Ian McDougall, Josh Kassel, Will Ryan, Zach McKelvie, Ken Rowe, Jay Clark, Matt Hickey, Biff McNally, Eric Sefchik, Joe Spracklen, Mark Tilch

2009

Jay Clark ......................................... AHA Academic All-Star Team (G) ...................................................Atlantic Hockey All-Academic team: Jay Clark, Pat Copeland, Matt Hickey, Josh Kassel, Kyle Maggard, Will Ryan, Eric Sefchik

2009

Jay Clark ...............................................CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine .....................................................................Second Team All-District

2010

Kyle Maggard ..................................................... AHA Scholar-Athlete .................................................................Academic All-Star Team (F) Ryan Leets ....................................................... AHA Scholar-Athlete ................................................................ Academic All-Star Team (G) ....................................................... Atlantic Hockey Academic Team: Ryan Leets, Kyle Maggard, Marcel Alvarez, Jay Clark, John Clark, Danny Colvin, Pat Copeland, Bill Day, Mark Dube, Mike Hull, Cody Ikkala, Alex McRae, Cheyne Rocha, Pat .Ryan, Chris Spracklen, Eric Sefchik

2010

Jay Clark ...............................................CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine ....................................................................... Third Team All-America

2011

Ryan Leets ....................................................... AHA Scholar-Athlete ................................................................ Academic All-Star Team (G) Kyle Maggard ..........................................Academic All-Star Team (F) Cheyne Rocha ..................................... Academic All-Star Team (D) ....................................................... Atlantic Hockey Academic Team: Ryan Leets, Kyle Maggard, Cheyne Rocha, Marcel Alvarez, Jon Bobb, Jay Clark, John Clark, Danny Colvin, Pat Copeland, Bill Day, Mark Dube, Cody Ikkala, Pat Ryan, Mike Santee, Brian Schultz, Bryant Skarda, Chris Spracklen

2012

Ryan Leets................................. CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine ......................................................... Second Team All America Ryan Leets ....................................AHA Student-Athlete of the Year Cheyne Rocha ..............................AHA Student-Athlete of the Year ....................................................... Atlantic Hockey Academic Team: Ryan Leets, Cheyne Rocha, Marcel Alvarez, Jack Barnes, Jon Bobb, John Clark, Danny Colvin, Mark Dube, Mike Hull, Cody Ikkala, Bret Larson, Kyle Maggard, Alex McRae, Josh Richards, Pat Ryan, Brian Schultz, Bryant Skarda, Matt Walsh

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SEASON RECORDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS POINTS Dave Rost, 1976-77 ................................. 108 Dave Merhar, 1968-69 ............................ 107 Tom Rost, 1979-80 .....................................97 Dave Rost, 1974-75 ....................................87 Jim Knowlton, 1979-80 ............................. 85 George Clark, 1974-75 .............................. 83 Mike Symes, 1983-84 ............................... 82 Tony Curran, 1968-69................................ 80 Tom Rost, 1976-77..................................... 78 George Clark, 1973-74 .............................. 78 GOALS Dave Merhar, 1968-69 ...............................57 George Clark, 1974-75 ...............................47 George Clark, 1973-74 ...............................47 Dave Rost, 1976-77 ................................... 43 Tom Rost, 1979-80 .................................... 40 George Clark, 1972-73 .............................. 39 Mike Symes, 1983-84 ............................... 38 Ed Collazzo, 1981-82..................................37 Ed Collazzo, 1980-81..................................37 Rick Berube, 1992-93 ............................... 34 Tom Rost, 1976-77..................................... 34 ASSISTS Dave Rost, 1974-75 ................................... 66 Dave Rost, 1976-77 ................................... 65 Jim Knowlton, 1979-80 ............................. 60 Tom Rost, 1979-80 .....................................57 Tony Curran, 1968-69................................ 55 Dave Rost, 1975-76 ....................................51 Dave Merhar, 1968-69 .............................. 50 John Harrison, 1976-77 ............................. 48 Biff Shea, 1983-84 .................................... 45 Mike Symes, 1983-84 ............................... 44 Tom Rost, 1976-77..................................... 44 Dave Rost, 1973-74 ................................... 44 Gary Johnson, 1963-64 ............................. 44 PENALTY MINUTES John Harrison, 1976-77 ........................... 116 Matt Field, 2002-03................................. 114 Mark Stachelski, 1994-95 ...................... 110 Eric Joyce, 2000-01 ................................... 93 Tom Rost, 1976-77......................................91 Mark Stachelski, 1992-93 ........................ 84 Mark Hill, 1987-88 ......................................81 Dave Yancey, 1976-77 ............................... 80 Sean Hennessy, 1994-95.......................... 78 Chris Colvin, 2005-06 ................................ 77 GOALS-AGAINST AVERAGE Josh Kassel 2007-08 .............................. 1.92 Ron Chisholm, 1961-62 ......................... 2.18 Jack Shepard, 1962-63 .......................... 2.27 Neil Mieras, 1963-64 ............................. 2.28 Daryl Chamberlain, 1995-96 ................. 2.30 Josh Kassel 2006-07 .............................. 2.31 Dick Newell, 1964-65 ............................. 2.51 Brad Roberts, 2005-06 .......................... 2.53 Ron Chisholm, 1960-61 ......................... 2.55 Brad Roberts, 2002-03 .......................... 2.67 Scott Hamilton, 1998-99 ........................ 2.67 SAVES Jay Clark, 2009-10 ................................... 937 Brad Roberts, 2005-06 ........................... 931 Brad Roberts, 2002-03 ........................... 905 Scott Hamilton, 2000-01 ......................... 887 Dan Dorsey, 1978-79............................... 815 Tom Garver, 1976-77 ............................... 810 Josh Kassel, 2006-07 .............................. 806 Eric Gorzelnik, 1971-72 ........................... 801 Tom Garver, 1973-74 ............................... 770 Brad Roberts, 2003-04 ........................... 760

SAVE PERCENTAGE Josh Kassel, 2007-08 ............................. .925 Jack Shepard, 1962-63 .......................... .920 Ron Chisholm, 1961-62 ......................... .919 Josh Kassel, 2006-07 ............................. .914 Brad Roberts, 2002-03 .......................... .913 John Yaros, 2001-02............................... .912 Brad Roberts, 2005-06 .......................... .908 Jay Clark, 2009-10 ................................. .908 9. Daryl Chamberlain, 1995-96 ................. .907 10. Dick Newell, 1964-65 ............................. .906 WINS 1. Daryl Chamberlain, 1995-96 .................... 23 2. Tom Garver, 1976-77 ................................. 22 3. Tom Garver, 1973-74 ................................. 20 4. Neil Mieras, 1963-64 ................................ 19 5. Josh Kassell, 2006-07 ............................... 18 Dan Scioletti, 1968-69 .............................. 18 Josh Kassel, 2007-08 ................................ 18 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

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SHUTOUTS Daryl Chamberlain, 1995-96 .......................9 Josh Kassel, 2007-08 ...................................5 Brad Roberts, 2005-06 ................................5 Brian Bolio, 1994-95 ....................................5 Neil Mieras, 1963-64 ...................................5 Ron Chisholm, 1961-62 ...............................5

TEAM RECORDS Most Goals, Game....................................................................... 27 vs. N.Y. Military Academy (1913) Most Goals, Season ......................................................................................................260 (1981-82) Most Assists, Game ................................................................................31 vs. Kent State (10-29-82) Most Assists, Season .................................................................................................... 411 (1981-82) Most Points, Game .................................................................................48 vs. Kent State (10-29-82) Most Points, Season ..................................................................................................... 671 (1981-82) Most Goalie Saves, Games....................................................................63 at Northeastern (2-27-59) Most Goalie Saves, Season ....................................................................................... 1,052 (2001-02) Most Penalty Minutes, Game .................................................................102 at Mercyhurst (2-25-06) Most Penalty Minutes, Season ..................................................................................... 715 (2005-06) Most Games ................................................................................... 37 (1982-83; 2005-06, 2007-08) Most Wins ......................................................................................................................... 28 (1983-84) Highest Winning Percentage .........................................................................................838 (1983-84) Lowest Goals-Against Average .....................................................................................1.96 (2007-08) Highest Save Percentage...............................................................................................923 (2007-08) Most Shutouts .................................................................................................................. 10 (1995-96) Most Overtime Games .................................................................................... 11 (2001-02; 2005-06) Most One-goal Games .................................................................................... 13 (2000-01; 2005-06) Most Wins at Home.......................................................................................................... 22 (1983-84) Highest Win Percentage at Home ................................................................... 1.000 (22-0, 1983-84) Most Goals Per Game ................................................................................................... 7.38 (1981-82) Highest Power Play Percentage .................................................................................... .402 (1976-77) Lowest Power Play Percentage ......................................................................................112 (2004-05) Highest Penalty Killing Percentage ...............................................................................925 (1969-70) Lowest Penalty Killing Percentage ............................................................................... .614 (1978-79) Consecutive Wins ............................................................................................................. 17 (1983-84) Consecutive Home Wins .................................................................................................. 27 (1982-85) Consecutive Road Wins ..................................................................................................... 7 (1982-83) Consecutive Losses ......................................................................................................... 13 (1941-42) Consecutive Shutouts ...................................................................................................3 (1913, 1920) Consecutive Scoring Streak .............................................................................. 149 games (1971-78) Shortest Time to Score Two Goals ................................................................ 0:04, vs. RMC (2-18-84) Shortest Time to Score Three Goals .................................................. 0:22, vs. MacDonald (12-8-72) INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Goals ..........................................................................................7, George Clark vs. Wesleyan, 2-5-75 Assists ................................................................................................7, Tom Rost vs. Bryant, 1-12-80 Points ..............................................................................................9, Dave Rost vs. Bryant, 12-17-76 ....................................................................................................George Clark vs. New Haven, 2-16-74 Saves .............................................................................. 63, Larry Palmer vs. Northeastern, 2-27-59 Consecutive Goal-Scoring Streak ............................................................ 15, Dave Merhar (1968-69) Most Hat Tricks, Season ........................................ 9, Dave Merhar (1968-69); Dave Rost (1976-77) Most Hat Tricks, Career ............................................................................18, George Clark (1971-75) Consecutive Hat Tricks................................................................................4, George Clark (1972-73) Shortest Time to Score Hat Trick ............................ 0:25, Tom Rost vs. SUNY Plattsburgh (12-1-76) Penalty Minutes ........................................................................28, Dave Yancey vs. Bowdoin, 3-1-75 Consecutive Scoreless Minutes ......................................................202:19, Brad Roberts (2005-06)

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HEAD COACH BRIAN RILEY

BRIAN RILEY Head Coach 9th Season; Brown, 1983

THE BRIAN RILEY FILE @COACH_BRILEY COACHING EXPERIENCE Head Coach, Army, 2004-present Assistant Coach, Army, 1989-96, 19992004 Head Coach, Shattuck St. Mary’s Prep School (Minn.), 1996-98 Asst. Coach, UMass-Lowell, 1987-88 Asst. Coach, SUNY Plattsburgh, 1984-87 ATHLETIC BACKGROUND Four-year hockey letterwinner, Brown University; Team Co-Captain, 1982-83 AWARDS/HONORS Atlantic Hockey “Coach of the Year,” 2006, 2007, 2008 Class of ’36 Trophy (Brown), 1983 Patrick Jones Trophy (Brown), 1983 ACADEMIC BACKGROUND B.A., Political Science, Brown University, 1983 M.S., Education, Boston University, 2003 HEAD COACHING RECORD YEAR SCHOOL RECORD 2004-05 Army 11-21-3 2005-06 Army 12-18-7 2006-07 Army 19-12-5 2007-08 Army 19-14-4 2008-09 Army 11-19-6 2009-10 Army 11-18-7 2010-11 Army 11-20-4 2011-12 Army 4-23-7 2012-13 Army 7-14-4 Career 105-159-47

PCT. (.357) (.419) (.597) (.568) (.389) (.403) (.371) (.221) (.360) (.413)

When Brian Riley was named Army hockey’s 16th head coach in 2004, he was familiar with West Point. Following 14 years as an assistant to his brother Rob and a lifetime of hockey education from his father Jack, Brian Riley knew all about the U.S. Military Academy. The knowledge, preparation and hard work have all paid off for Brian as he adds to the Riley legacy and Army hockey. Just the third Army hockey coach in the past 62 years, Brian Riley has made his mark on a program coached by his father and brother in just eight seasons. The Vice President for Membership of the American Hockey Coaches Association, Brian Riley is a three-time Atlantic Hockey Association Coach of the Year, has guided Army to eight consecutive Atlantic Hockey Association playoff berths, led the team to its the first regular season championship in program history, posted non-conference victories and had four players chosen to participate in the NCAA Frozen Four Skills Competition. Brian Riley has posted a 98-145-43 mark during his tenure behind the West Point bench after succeeding his brother, Rob who briefly retired from coaching in 2004. Prior to Rob, Jack Riley, their father, stood behind the Black Knights bench for 36 seasons. In addition to his success at Army, Jack Riley also coached the U.S. Olympic hockey team to a stunning gold medal in the 1960 Games. Utilizing a defensive system that focuses on physical, intense play and opportunistic scoring, Riley has led his squad to the playoffs in all eight of his seasons and has registered non-conference wins each of the past four campaigns. In 2011-12, Army posted seven ties and four wins, including victories over Canadian rival Royal Military College (9-1), ECAC Hockey’s Rensselaer (3-2) in the Toyota/UConn Classic and a dramatic 4-4 overtime tie with Air Force. Riley helped Army resume its rivalry with its military brethren for the first time since 2006 and then watched as 12 players registered points in the eight-goal victory. Army qualified for the Atlantic Hockey Playoffs but dropped a pair of games to Holy Cross in the opening round. The 2010-11 team won 11 games and earned home ice for the playoffs while a pair of players – Marcel Alvarez and Cody Omilusik earned All-Atlantic Hockey League accolades. Among the victories, was a 5-2 triumph at the University of Massachusetts at the Mullins Center, a dramatic 5-4 win at Air Force, a three-point weekend against Robert Morris and a 4-1 victory over AIC outdoors at Rentschler Field in Hartford, Conn. During the 2009-10 season, Riley helped the Black Knights to an 11-win season and the No. 6 seed in the conference playoffs. Among the victories was a three-point weekend against Air Force at Tate Rink, a 4-4 overtime draw at Colgate and a 2-1 win at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, the second consecutive year of a non-conference win. In the postseason, Riley was selected as an assistant coach of the East squad at the NCAA Frozen Four Skills Competition where he coached Army’s Owen Meyer, the fourth Black Knight selected for the honor, joining Brad Roberts (2006), Luke Flicek (2008) and Zach McKelvie (2009). In 2008-09, with a team of 12 freshmen, Riley guided the Black Knights to the Atlantic Hockey Association playoffs for the sixth straight season. Included in the wins was a shocking upset of #2 Miami, 3-2 in the consolation game of the Ohio Hockey Classic. Five years ago, Riley led Army to its first regular season championship and won 19 games for the second consecutive season. Army went 19-14-4 in 2007-08, winning the AHA regular season title and the top seed in the conference tournament. For the second straight year, Army advanced to the semifinal round. During the 2007-08 season, Army put together a league-best nine-game unbeaten streak (8-0-1) to clinch the regular season title. Army won the first two games of the bestof-three series with Sacred Heart to advance to the semifinals where a loss to Mercyhurst ended the season. In 2006-07, the Black Knights hosted a league playoff game at Tate Rink for the first time and beat Bentley, 6-2. They followed that with a 3-1 win over Connecticut in the semifinals before losing to Air Force in the finals. Riley was named the league coach of the year for the first time in 2005-06 when the team finished fifth in conference play after overcoming a 0-7-1 start. In his first campaign behind the Black Knights’ bench, Riley engineered one of the

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biggest upsets in the NCAA when Army stunned Colgate, 3-2, in Hamilton, N.Y., for his first career win. Riley led his team to 11 wins during that initial season, setting the Academy record for most victories by a rookie head coach. He broke the record established by his brother, Rob, in 1986-87. In addition, the younger Riley also piloted the Black Knights to their first postseason win in more than a quarter century when Army defeated American International College, 5-3, in the first round of the Atlantic Hockey tournament. Riley’s father, Jack, started it all in 1951 when legendary football coach and athletic director at West Point, Earl “Red” Blaik, hired him to head the hockey program. What began as a one-year contract, turned into a 36-year Hall of Fame career that culminated in 542 victories. Riley’s brother, Rob, took the reins from his father in the fall of 1986 and racked up 306 victories of his own over 18 winters. When Rob officially stepped down in the summer of 2004, he passed the torch (and family tradition) on to his younger brother. Brian brings an extensive resume to his “dream job” at the Academy. No stranger to West Point or the “West Point Experience,” the younger Riley has spent 14 years as an assistant coach to his brother, eventually rising to the position of associate head coach. Brian played an integral role in recruiting many of the athletes that helped Army put together back-to-back 20-win seasons and tutored Corey and Ian Winer, former Colorado Avalanche forward Dan Hinote Riley also recruited Zach McKelvie, a hulking defenseman now part of the Boston Bruins organization. Boston signed McKelvie to two free agent contracts while he was serving his country and invited him to NHL training camp this season before assigning

him to their AHL affiliate in Providence, R.I. Riley helped the Black Knights string together eight straight postseason appearances as members of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference and Atlantic Hockey. His expertise in working with the defense molded Army’s past squads into one of the most stingy blue line units in college hockey. A 1983 graduate of Brown, Riley began his coaching career in 1984 with a threeyear stint as an assistant coach at SUNY Plattsburgh. During that period, the Cardinals advanced to the NCAA Division III Tournament three times, reaching the championship game twice. In 1988, Riley moved to the Division I ranks at the University of MassachusettsLowell. There, he teamed with his cousin, Bill Riley, for one season, directing the River Hawks to the NCAA Tournament, giving him his fourth straight postseason appearance. ARMY HOCKEY HEAD COACHING HISTORY The following Coach Years Seasons Record Pct. winter, Riley joined his Capt. Edward King 1904 1 5-1-0 .833 brother’s staff at West Capt. Robert Foy 1905-07 3 15-8-0 .652 Point for the first time Lt. George Russell 1908-10 3 5-7-4 .438 where he spent the Lt. LeRoy Bartlett 1911-12 2 3-4-1 .438 next seven seasons. In Lt. Philip Gordon 1913-14 2 7-6-0 .538 Lt. Frank Purdon 1915-17 3 9-10-1 .475 1996, the West Point Capt. Joseph Viner 1918 1 6-3-0 .667 native left the comfort Capt. Philip Day 1919-20 2 6-4-1 .591 and familiarity of the Talbot Hunter 1921-23 3 12-12-2 .500 Academy, where he Ray Marchand 1924-43 20 76-106-9 .421 grew up, for the great Lt. Col. John Hines 1944 1 5-4-0 .556 Midwest and a head Maj. Robert Lutz 1945 1 7-2-1 .750 coaching position at Len Patten 1946-50 5 33-35-2 .486 Shattuck St. Mary’s Jack Riley 1951-86 36 542-343-20 .610 Prep School in FaribRob Riley 1986-2004 18 257-288-33 .473 Brian Riley 20049 105-159-47 .414 ault, Minn. Totals 109 1093-992-121 .523 There, Riley

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carved out a stellar two-year coaching career in which his teams compiled an impressive 94-19-10 record. In his first season, Riley directed the squad to a 40-9-7 record before improving to 54-10-3 in 1997-98. In 1999, Riley returned to West Point, where he served at his brother’s side until assuming the head coaching position in 2004. During his collegiate playing days, Riley co-captained Brown’s hockey squad his senior season, earning honorable mention All-Ivy League. He was presented the Class of ’36 Trophy for his outstanding contributions over his four-year career and the Patrick Jones Trophy for most team spirit. Prior to starring for Brown, Riley attended New Hampton Prep and led the hockey team to a No. 1 national ranking among prep schools. He was chosen as the school’s most outstanding athlete while captaining both the soccer and hockey teams. Riley completed course work on his master’s, earning a graduate degree in Education from Boston University, in May 2003. Riley is married to the former Marybeth Feldman of Highland Falls, N.Y. The couple resides at West Point with their three children: Jack, 20, Danielle, 18, and Brendan, 16. Jack Riley is playing his final year of junior hockey for the New Jersey Hitmen before enrolling at Mercyhurst College to be a member of the hockey team the following season. Danielle is beginning her freshman year at Merrimack as a member of the women’s lacrosse team. Brendan is in his junior year of high school and plays both golf and hockey.

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