Brown Men's Hockey 2018-19 Game Notes


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Brown Men’s Hockey 2018-19 Game Notes

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2018-2019 SCHEDULE/RESULTS 13-13-5 Overall/8-9-5 ECAC/3-6-1 Ivy 5-7-3 Home/5-5-2 Away/3-1-0 Neutral OCTOBER 26 YALE* L, 3-2 28 VERMONT L, 2-1 NOVEMBER 2 at Colgate* T, 2-2 (OT) 3 at Cornell* L, 3-2 9 DARTMOUTH* W, 4-2 10 HARVARD* L, 5-2 13 at UConn L, 3-1 30 at Clarkson* L, 5-1 DECEMBER 1 at St. Lawrence* T, 2-2 (OT) 7 UNION* T, 3-3 (OT) 8 RENSSELAER* W, 2-1 29 vs. Providence^ L, 3-1 30 vs. Army West Point^ W, 5-3 JANUARY 4 vs. Robert Morris% W, 7-4 5 vs. Union% W, 6-3 15 PROVIDENCE# L, 5-1 18 ST. LAWRENCE* W, 3-1 19 CLARKSON* L, 4-0 25 at Rensselaer* W, 3-0 26 at Union* W, 3-2 FEBRUARY 2 at Yale* L, 4-3 8 at Princeton* W, 4-2 9 at Quinnipiac* W, 4-1 15 CORNELL* T, 3-3 16 COLGATE* T, 3-3 22 at Harvard* L, 4-2 23 at Dartmouth* W, 2-0 MARCH 1 QUINNIPIAC* L, 4-1 2 PRINCETON* L, 5-1 8 PRINCETON! W, 3-0 9 PRINCETON! W, 6-5 (3 OT) 15-17 at Quinnipiac+ 7PM/7PM/4PM + ECAC Quarterfinals ! ECAC First Round * ECAC Contest # 33rd Annual Mayor’s Cup ^ Ledyard Bank Classic (Hanover, NH) % Three Rivers Classic (Pittsburgh, PA)

BROWN HOCKEY THIS WEEK

at 13-13-5, 8-9-5 ECAC

25-7-2, 14-6-2 ECAC

Contest..........No. 8 Brown at No. 1 Quinnipiac Date............................................... March 15-17 Time.......................7 PM (Fri-Sat), 4 PM (Sun) Venue................................. Frank Perrotti Arena Place..........................................Hamden, Conn. Stream.................................................... ESPN+ All-Time Series....................Quinnipiac, 24-8-6

NOTES This Week The Brown men’s hockey team visit No. 5 and top-seeded Quinnipiac in the ECAC Quarterfinals for a bestof-three series this weekend (March 15-17) in Hamden Conn.

Quick Points • Brown will play in the ECAC Quarterfinals for the first time since the 2012-13 season, when the Bears made a run to the Championship game.

About the ECAC Tournament The 12-team ECAC postseason features a best-of-three series format in the first round and quarterfinals, played at campus sites, before single elimination in the semifinal and championship games at Herb Brooks Arena in Lake Placid. Teams will be re-seeded after each round so that the highest seed plays the lowest seed.

• Brown and Quinnipiac split the season series as each team won on the road.

Brown on ESPN+ Video of all home contests and most ECAC games, home and away, will be broadcast live on ESPN+. Fans can subscribe and view games by purchasing a monthly package for $4.99 or a yearly package for $49.99.

• Gavin Nieto earned his second shutout of the season in game one against Princeton. He posted a 1.83 GAA and .918 save percentage in the two-game series.

• The Bears swept Princeton in the first round, highlighted by a triple overtime win in game two, in the longest game in Brown history. Alex Brink scored the game winner at 103:30.

2018-19 TEAM LEADERS Point Leader.................................................................Tommy Marchin (24) Goal Leader ...................................................................Tommy Marchin (9) Assist Leader ...............................................................Tommy Marchin (15) Power Play Goals................................................................ Zach Giuttari (4) Game-Winning Goals......................................................... Zach Giuttari (4) Blocked Shots................................................................... Zach Giuttari (37) Goalie Wins........................................................................... Gavin Nieto (9) Goalie Save Percentage.................................................... Gavin Nieto (.914) Goalie GAA..................................................................... Gavin Nieto (2.31) Goalie Saves....................................................................... Luke Kania (443)

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Last Time Out Brown swept ninth-seeded Princeton in a first round series at Meehan Auditorium to open the ECAC Tournament. Gavin Nieto backstopped Brown to a 3-0 win in the first game with 21 saves for his second shutout of the season. Chris Berger scored the game winner in the second period before Max Gottlieb and Justin Jallen added goals in the third. Brown completed the sweep the following night with a win in triple overtime, 6-5, in the longest game in program history. Princeton scored three extra-attacker goals to force overtime, setting the stage for Alex Brink, who scored the game winner 3:30 into triple overtime to secure the sweep. Brown outshot Princeton, 90-61, in the series. Brink (1-2-3) and Brent Beaudoin (0-33) led the Bears in points, while Nieto posted a .918 save percentage over the two games. Scouting Quinnipiac Quinnipiac, the top seed in the ECAC Tournament, earned a bye in the first round and will host Brown in a best-ofthree quarterfinal series this weekend. The Bobcats (25-7-2) enter the series ranked No. 5 in the latest USCHO national poll and were co-champions of the ECAC regular season along with Cornell. Odeen Tufto is ranked second in the league in scoring with 15-27-42 in 34 games at 1.24 points per game. The Bobcats have eight skaters with at least 20 points this season. Andrew Shortridge is 17-4-2 in net this season and leads the nation in goals-against average (1.39) and save percentage (.944) with four shutouts. Quinnipiac owns the top scoring offense in the league at 3.71 goals per game as well as the top defense, limiting opponents to 1.85 goals per game. The Bobcats are 27 percent on the power play. Brown vs. Quinnipiac All-Time Quinnipiac holds a 24-8-6 advantage in the all-time series between the two teams. The two teams split during the regular series as each side won on the road. Brown downed Quinnipiac

in Hamden, 4-1, as Beaudoin, Brink, Berger and Jack Gessert all scored in the win. Brown vs. QU in the Playoffs The Bears have played Quinnipiac five times in the ECAC Playoffs, most recently in 2017, when the Bobcats swept a first round series. The two teams met in 2013, when the Bears topped the topseeded Bobcats, 4-0, in the conference semifinals. Brown previously played QU during the First Round in 2008, 2011 and 2012. The Bobcats hosted all three of those series, sweeping the weekend in 2008 and 2011. In 2012, Quinnipiac came back with wins in game two and three after falling in game one.

BROWN ALL-TIME RESULTS VS. QUINNIPIAC

(Brown Record = 8-24-6, .294)

Date Site Score 1/6/06 Quinnipiac* 2-3 (ot) 2/25/06 Brown 5-3 + 1/12/07 Quinnipiac* 1-5 2/3/07 Brown 6-3 + 1/11/08 Brown 3-6 2/10/08 Quinnipiac 0-3 3/7/08 Quinnipiac 6-7 (ot) 3/8/08 Quinnipiac 1-7 1/30/09 Brown 1-5 2/21/09 Quinnipiac 3-2 + The Brendan Whittet Era 12/5/09 Brown 2-1 + 2/26/10 Quinnipiac 3-8 11/5/10 Brown 3-3 (ot) 2/19/11 Quinnipiac 2-2 (ot) 3/4/11 Quinnipiac 0-4 3/5/11 Quinnipiac 0-4 1/7/12 Brown 2-2 (ot) 2/24/12 Quinnipiac 1-4 3/2/12 Quinnipiac 4-1 + 3/3/12 Quinnipiac 0-3 3/4/12 Quinnipiac 2-4 2/1/13 Brown 1-1 (ot) 2/23/13 Quinnipiac 3-3 (ot) 3/22/13 Atlantic City 4-0 + 11/8/13 Quinnipiac 0-3 2/15/14 Brown 4-2 + 1/30/15 Brown 3-6 11/21/15 Quinnipiac 2-2 (ot) 12/5/15 Brown 0-3 2/26/16 Quinnipiac 1-4 2/3/17 Brown 0-1 2/25/17 Quinnipiac 1-4 3/3/17 Quinnipiac 1-6 -

3/4/17 11/17/18 2/10/18 2/9/19 3/1/19

Quinnipiac Quinnipiac Brown Quinnipiac Brown

1-5 0-5 0-3 4-2 + 1-4 -

* Northford Ice Pavilion + Brown Win - Brown Loss

Brown All-Time in the ECAC Quarterfinals Since the first season that the ECAC hosted a Quarterfinal Round of the playoffs (196162), Brown has played in the Quarterfinals 24 times. The Bears were 4-7-0 in singleelimination games between 1961-62 and 1981-82, when the League switched to a best-of-three series for the Quarterfinals. The 1991-92 season was also single-elimination for the Quarterfinals, with Brown losing its only game. In best-of-three games, Brown is 10-18-1, winning the series five times (1993, 1994, 2003, 2010, 2013).

BROWN ALL-TIME QUARTERFINAL RESULTS

1963 1965 1966 1967 1968 1970 1971 1975 1976 1977 1978 1987 1990 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 2003 2004

at Clarkson 3, Brown 1 at Brown 4, Cornell 3 (ot) at Brown 4, St. Lawrence 2 at Cornell 11, Brown 2 at Clarkson 7, Brown 3 at Clarkson 6, Brown 5 (ot) at Harvard 4, Brown 3 at Boston U. 5, Brown 4 (ot) at Brown 5, Dartmouth 4 (ot) at UNH 4, Brown 3 (ot) Brown 6, at Clarkson 2 at Harvard 6, Brown 2 at Harvard 5, Brown 2 at Rensselaer 5, Brown 3 at Rensselaer 6, Brown 4 at Clarkson 8, Brown 3 at Brown 3, Yale 3 (ot) at Brown 5, Yale 3 Vermont 8, at Brown 5 at Brown 3, Vermont 2 at Brown 3, Vermont 2 Princeton 4, at Brown 2 at Brown 3, Princeton 2 Princeton 3, at Brown 2 (ot) at Clarkson 5, Brown 2 at Clarkson 5, Brown 3 Brown 4, at Yale 3 (ot) at Yale 2, Brown 1 Brown 4, at Yale 0 Harvard 4, at Brown 2

2005 2009 2010 2013

Harvard 3, at Brown 2 (ot) at Colgate 4, Brown 1 at Colgate 3, Brown 0 at Yale 4, Brown 2 at Yale 2, Brown 0 Brown 3, at Yale 2 at Yale 6, Brown 3 Brown 1, at Yale 0 Brown 3, at Rensselaer 1 at Rensselaer 6, Brown 2 Brown 3, at Rensselaer 2

Marathon at Meehan Brown’s triple overtime win against Princeton in game two of the ECAC First Round was the longest game in program history and 18th longest in men’s division I history at 103:30 total minutes. It was also the longest in Princeton’s history, making up two of the oldest programs in college hockey, as Alex Brink netted the game winner 3:30 into the third overtime period. Road Warriors Brown will head to Quinnipiac for the quarterfinals after finishing with a strong road record to close out the regular season. Brown went 6-2 on the road in the second half of the season, including a 4-1 victory at Quinnipiac, and outscored opponents by a 21-13 margin during that span. Facing Off Rookie Tristan Crozier put together a strong weekend at the faceoff dot against Princeton in the first round as he went 33-15 for a .688 percentage. Brent Beaudoin and Jack Gessert also posted .550 and .530, respectively. Schoo Scores Two Defenseman Brady Schoo scored twice in Brown’s victory over Princeton in game two of the first round to clinch the series sweep. It was the first time a Brown defenseman scored twice in a game since Joey de Concilys ’15 against Providence in 2015.

Nieto in Net Gavin Nieto posted his second shutout of the season and third of his career in a 3-0 win over Princeton to open the first round playoff series. He backstopped the Bears to a series sweep with a 1.83 goals-against average and a .918 save percentage in 163:30 minutes, including a 35-save performance in triple overtime to clinch game two of the series. Marchin Along Tommy Marchin leads the Bears in goals (9), assists (15) and points (24), and has a team high eight goals since the start of January, highlighted by a seven-game point streak. Brown is 11-5-2 when he scores a point this season. Berger’s Goal Streak Chris Berger has posted 5-2-7 in six games during the month of February, highlighted by a five-game goal streak that snapped against Dartmouth (2/23). It marked the first time a Brown player scored in five straight games since Mark Naclerio ’16 during the 2013-14 season. Offense on D Junior Zach Giuttari leads the Bears with four power-play goals this season, as well as four game winners, and is ranked first on the team among defensemen with 18 points. Big Green Sweep Brown shutout Dartmouth on Saturday to secure a season sweep over the Big Green for the first time since the 2007-08 season. Brown outscored the Big Green by a 6-2 margin in the two games. Gottlieb Approaching 50 Assists Senior Max Gottlieb has 49 career assists heading into the final two games of the regular season. The defenseman has ten assists this season. Shooting Gallery Tommy Marchin is ranked second in the ECAC with 4.29 shots per game and leads the Bears with 133 shots in 31 games. He has posted at least five shots in 13 games this season.

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On the Road Again Brown went 4-1 on a five-game road trip starting in late January, highlighted by a pair of weekend sweeps at RPI/Union and Princeton/Quinnipiac, including two wins over ranked opponents. The Bears averaged 3.40 goals per game during the stint with just 1.80 goals against per game and received goals from 12 different players. Kania named ECAC Goalie of the Week Sophomore Luke Kania was named the ECAC Goalie of the Week (2/11) for the first time this season. Kania led the Bears to a pair of ECAC road wins, including one over No. 4 Quinnipiac on Saturday, and finished with a .963 save percentage over the two-game span. The sophomore allowed just three goals over the weekend, stopping 79 of the 82 shots that came his way. In the win over the Bobcats, he stopped a career-high 47 of the 48 shots he faced, allowing his team to come away with a 4-1 win. This is the second Goalie of the Week honor for Brown this season after Gavin Nieto took home the weekly award on January 28. Nieto, Harris Collect Weekly Honors Gavin Nieto and Jake Harris were named the ECAC Goalie and Rookie of the Week (1/28) after helping the Bears to a road sweep at RPI and Union. Nieto posted his first shutout of the season with a 3-0 win at Rensselaer on Friday and then made 26 saves in a win over No. 16 Union the following night, including 13 stops in the third period. Harris recorded his first multiple-point effort of the season in the win over Union on Saturday. He scored the equalizer in the opening period and then assisted on the game winner late in the third, finishing the game with a +2 rating. Road Sweep… Brown earned a pair of road wins at Rensselaer and No. 16 Union to close out the month of January. It was the first weekend road sweep for the Bears since February of 2015, which was also at RPI and Union.

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Road Shutout… Gavin Nieto had 19 saves as Brown blanked Rensselaer, 3-0, for the program’s first shutout win on the road since November 18, 2017, when the Bears topped Princeton, 3-0. Nieto also earned the win in that game behind a career-high 47 saves. …Win Over Ranked on the Road The Bears topped No. 16 Union, 3-2, to move to 2-0-1 against the Dutchmen this season, marking the first win against a ranked team on the road since the 2014-15 campaign. Brown beat Union earlier this season, when the Dutchmen were ranked No. 14 at the time, in the championship game of the Three Rivers Classic. Giuttari in January Zach Giuttari ranked second among all ECAC defensemen in scoring during the month of January with 3-4-7. Brink Named ECAC Player of the Week Alex Brink was named the ECAC Player of the Week (1/7) after leading the Bears to a Three Rivers Classic championship in Pittsburgh, earning tournament MVP for his efforts. The senior scored four points in the two games, including a three-point performance (2G, 1A) in the championship game against No. 14 Union on Saturday night. He boasted a league-best +5 on-ice rating and netted a shorthanded goal as part of the team’s 6-3 win on Saturday.

Four In A Row Joachim Weberg put together a fourgame goal streak from December 8 (RPI) to January 4 (Robert Morris), marking the first Brown player to score in four-straight games since Mark Naclerio ’16 during the 2013-14 season. Career Firsts in Pittsburgh Three players scored their first career goals at the Three Rivers Classic in Pittsburgh as Colin Burston and Michael Maloney netted goals against Robert Morris and Jack Gessert scored against Union. Four-Point Night Defenseman Max Gottlieb posted 1-3-4 in the team’s win against Robert Morris (1/4), marking the first four-point game for a Brown player this season, and first since Sam Lafferty ’18 in February of 2018. Crozier’s Strong Start Rookie Tristan Crozier enjoyed a strong start to his rookie season as he posted six points in the first seven games, highlighted by a five-game point streak. All in the Family Brown will have incoming siblings play hockey at Meehan this season. Michael Maloney is a freshman forward on the men’s team, while his sister, Shay, is a freshman on the Brown women’s team.

Marchin Named Second Star Tommy Marchin was named the NCAA Second Star of the Week (1/8) after posting five points (2G, 3A) in a pair of wins at the Three Rivers Classic in Pittsburgh. Marchin has nine points (3G, 6A) over the last six games.

New Face on the Staff James Marcou joined the Bears as an assistant coach for 2018-19. Marcou, an All-American and the career assists leader at the University of Massachusetts (2007-10), most recently served as a graduate assistant coach at UMass since 2016.

Pittsburgh Pair Defensemen Max Gottlieb and Zach Giuttari were named to the Three Rivers Classic All-Tournament Team after teaming up for 3-6-9 in Pittsburgh.

2018-19 Captains Seniors Tommy Marchin and Max Gottlieb will serve as co-captains this season, while Zach Giuttari will serve

as assistant captain. Gottlieb and Marchin were both named to the ECAC All-Rookie Team in 2015-16 as freshmen. NHL Development Camps Brown had two current players participate at NHL development camps over the summer, consisting of Zach Giuttari (Columbus) and Tommy Marchin (Boston). In addition, Max Willman ’18, who will be playing at Boston University in 2018-19 as a graduate student, also went to Buffalo’s camp. Hall of Famer Former Brown goalie Geoff Finch ’94 was inducted into the Brown Athletic Hall of Fame with the Class of 2018 this past October. A First Team All-ECAC selection as a goaltender, Geoffrey Finch left College Hill with a lofty list of individual accomplishments, but more importantly, he helped lead the Bears back to the NCAA Tournament. Finch was named the ECAC Rookie of the Year and improved his play over the course of his time at Brown, culminating in a standout senior campaign, when he was named First Team All-ECAC as the league’s top goalie that season. He earned 13 wins with 675 saves as a senior, and currently stands fifth all-time at Brown with 1,891 career saves. Brendan Whittet ’94: Brown alum Brendan Whittet, class of 1994, returns for his ninth season as Brown’s bench boss. A longtime veteran of the college coaching ranks, Whittet has led the Bears to a pair of ECAC Tournament Final Four appearances, including a trip to the championship game in 2012-13 after upsetting No. 1 Quinnipiac in the semifinals. A former defenseman for the Bears, Whittet is the 15th head coach in the 114-year history of the Brown men’s hockey program and the fourth Brown hockey alum to coach the team, joining Wescott E.S. Moulton ‘31 (1948-52), Donald F. Whiston ‘51 (1953-55), and J. Allan Soares ‘60 (1971-74).

RECORD BOOK

100 POINT CLUB 1. 180 Bill Gilligan ’77 (1975-77) 2. 160 Bob McIntosh ’77 (1975-77) 3 159 Don Sennott ’52 (1950-52) 4. 149 Bob Wheeler ’52 (1950-52) 5. 144 Wayne Small ’68 (1966-68) 6. 135 Curt Bennett ’70 (1968-70) 7. 133 Derek Chauvette ’93 (1990-93) 8. 131 Dennis Macks ’67 (1965-67) 9. 130 Leon Bryant ’65 (1963-65) 10. 127 Terry Chapman ’65 (1963-65) 11. 126 Bruce Darling ’66 (1964-66) 12. 121 Scott Hanley ’93 (1990-93) 13. 118 Ryan Mulhern ’96 (1993-96) 14. 113 Mike Brewer ’92 (1989-92) 15. 111 Mike Ross ’93 (1990-93) 16. 109 Jeff Prough ’08 (2005-08) 17. 106 Nick Lappin ’16 (2013-2016) 106 Matt Lorito ’15 (2012-2015) 19. 105 Brian Jardine ’96 (1993-96) 20. 104 Dave Roberts ’79 (1976-79) 104 Robert Devaney ’69 (1967-69) 22. 103 Mark Naclerio ’16 (2013-2016) 103 Tim Bothwell ’78 (1976-78) 103 Rodney Drashnaw ’58 (1956-58) 25. 101 Jack Maclellan ’12 (2009-12) 101 Les Haggett ’05 (2002-05) 50 GOAL CLUB 1. 86 Bob Wheeler ’52 (1950-52) 2. 81 Bob McIntosh ’77 (1975-77) 3. 68 Bill Gilligan ’77 (1975-77) 68 Wayne Small ’68 (1966-68) 5. 67 Terry Chapman ’65 (1963-65) 67 Dan Keefe ’55 (1953-55) 7. 66 Don Sennott ’52 (1950-52) 8. 61 Ryan Mulhern ’96 (1993-96) 9. 59 Dennis Macks ’67 (1965-67) 10. 58 Scott Hanley ’93 (1990-93) 11. 56 Mike Ross ’93 (1990-93) 56 Steve King ’91 (1988-91) 56 Robert Devaney ’69 (1967-69) 56 Dave Kelley ’60 (1958-60) 15. 55 Bruce Darling ’66 (1964-66) 55 Leon Bryant ’65 (1963-65) 17. 51 Nick Lappin ’16 (2013-2016) 18. 50 Damian Prescott ’98 (1995-98) 50 Curt Bennett ’70 (1968-70) 50 ASSIST CLUB 1. 112 Bill Gilligan ’77 (1975-77) 2. 99 Derek Chauvette ’93 (1990-93) 3. 93 Don Sennott ’52 (1950-52) 4. 85 Curt Bennett ’70 (1968-70) 5. 84 Mike Brewer ’92 (1989-92) 6. 79 Bob McIntosh ’77 (1975-77) 7. 76 Mike Mastrullo ’79 (1976-79) 76 Wayne Small ’68 (1966-68) 9. 75 Tim Bothwell ’78 (1976-78)

75 Leon Bryant ’65 (1963-65) 11. 72 Brian Jardine ’96 (1993-96) 72 Dennis Macks ’67 (1965-67) 13. 71 Bruce Darling ’66 (1964-66) 14. 67 Mark Naclerio ’16 (2013-2016) 67 Kevin Lovitt ’81 (1978-81) 16. 66 Les Haggett ’05 (2002-05) 17. 63 Scott Hanley ’93 (1990-93) 63 Bob Wheeler ’52 (1950-52) 19. 61 Brent Robinson ’04 (2001-04) 20. 60 Jeff Prough ’08 (2005-08) 60 Eric Trach ’95 (1992-95) 60 Terry Chapman ’65 (1963-65) 23. 59 Matt Lorito ’15 (2012 - 2015) 24. 57 Sean Hurley ’08 (2005-08) 57 Ryan Mulhern ’96 (1993-96) 57 Richard McLaughlin ’70 (1968-70) 57 Don Eccleston ’65 (1963-65) 28. 56 Rodney Drashnaw ’58 (1956-58) 29. 55 Nick Lappin ’16 (2013-2016) 55 Jack Maclellan ’12 (2009-12) 55 Mike Ross ’93 (1990-93) 55 Dave Roberts ’79 (1976-79) 55 Rob Gaudreau ’66 (1964-66) 34. 54 Michael Flynn ’97 (1994-97) 54 Kelly Jones ’94 (1991-94) 36. 53 Dennis Robertson ’14 (2011-14) 53 Jim Lawson ’80 (1977-80) 38. 52 Jimmy Andersson ’98 (1995-98) 52 Jim Bennett ’79 (1976-79) 40. 51 Dan Allen ’87 (1984-87) 41. 50 Dave Given ’75 (1973-75) 50 Sam Lafferty ’18 (2015-18) CAREER POINTS BY A DEF. 1. 135 Curt Bennett ’70 (1968-70) 2. 113 Mike Brewer ’92 (1989-92) 3. 103 Tim Bothwell ’78 (1976-78) 4. 90 Mike Mastrullo ’79 (1976-79) 90 Rob Gaudreau ’66 (1964-66) 6. 82 Kevin Lovitt ’81 (1978-81) 7. 79 Sean Hurley ’08 (2005-08) 8. 70 Dennis Robertson ‘14 (2011-14) 9. 68 John Slonim ’81 (1978-81) 10. 67 Paul Esdale ’03 (2000-03) CAREER GOALS BY A DEF. 1. 50 Curt Bennett ’70 (1968-70) 2. 35 Rob Gaudreau ’66 (1964-66) 3. 29 Mike Brewer ’92 (1989-92) 4. 28 Tim Bothwell ’78 (1976-78) 5. 25 Paul Esdale ’03 (2000-03) 6. 23 Bill Coakley ’72 (1970-72) 7. 22 Sean Hurley ’08 (2005-08) 22 John Slonim ’81 (1978-81) 9. 21 Dave Given ’75 (1973-75) 10. 19 Brian Smith ’63 (1961-63)

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CAREER ASSISTS BY A DEF. 1. 85 Curt Bennett ’70 (1968-70) 2. 84 Mike Brewer ’92 (1989-92) 3. 76 Mike Mastrullo ’79 (1976-79) 4. 75 Tim Bothwell ’78 (1976-78) 5. 67 Kevin Lovitt ’81 (1978-81) 6. 57 Sean Hurley ’08 (2005-08) 57 Don Eccleston ’65 (1963-65) 8. 55 Rob Gaudreau ’66 (1964-66) 9. 53 Dennis Robertson ‘14 (2011-14) 10. 52 Jimmy Andersson ’98 (1995-98)

CAREER SAVES 1. 3,236 Chris Harvey ’90 (1987-90) 2. 2,954 Mike Clemente ’12 (2009-12) 3. 2,945 Yann Danis ’04 (2001-04) 4. 2,157 Dan Rosen ’10 (2007-10) 5. 1,984 Don McGinnis ’70 (1968-70) 6. 1,958 Scott Stirling ’00 (1997-00) 7. 1,944 Kevin McCabe ’77 (1975-77) 8. 1,891 Geoff Finch ’94 (1991-94) 9. 1,859 Rod McGarry ’61 (1959-61)# 10. 1,660 David Ferguson ’66 (1964-66) # incomplete data CAREER GAA 1. 2.04 Anthony Borelli ’13 (2010-13) 2. 2.20 Yann Danis ’04 (2001-04) 3. 2.70 Adam D’Alba ’08 (2005-06) 4. 2.85 Lou Reycroft ’72 (1970-72) 5. 2.86 David Ferguson ’66 (1964-66) 6. 3.03 Mike Clemente ’12 (2009-12) 7. 3.08 Scott Stirling ’00 (1997-00) 8. 3.07 Marco De Filippo ’14 (2011-14) 9. 3.17 Don McGinnis ’70 (1968-70) 10. 3.24 Dan Rosen ’10 (2007-10) CAREER SAVE PERCENTAGE 1. .935 Anthony Borelli ’13 (2010-13) 2. .930 Yann Danis ’04 (2001-04) 3. .917 Adam D’Alba ’08 (2005-06) 4. .910 Marco De Filippo ’14 (2011-14) 5. .909 Don McGinnis ’70 (1968-70) 6. .908 Mike Clemente ’12 (2009-12) 7. .908 Dan Rosen ’10 (2007-10) 8. .906 Scott Stirling ’00 (1997-00) 9. .901 David Ferguson ’66 (1964-66) 10. .889 Tim Ernst ’17 (2014-17) CAREER SHUTOUTS 1. 13 Yann Danis ’04 (2001-04) 2. 4 Anthony Borelli ’13 (2010-13) 4 Harry Batchelder ’58 (1956-58) 4. 3 Tim Ernst ‘17 (2013-Present) 3 Mike Clemente ’12 (2009-120 3 Adam D’Alba ’08 (2005-06) 3 Scott Stirling ’00 (1997-00) 3 Don McGinnis ’70 (1968-70) 3 D.R. Hunt ’30 (1929-30) 3 R.E. Van Wickle ’29 (1928-29)

2018-19 BROWN MEN’S HOCKEY ROSTER Alphabetical

No. 9 13 14 19 28 16 30 24 27 4 15 8 11 23 18 7 35 3 25 26 21 1 22 2 6 5 33 20 29

Name Nolan Aibel Brent Beaudoin Chris Berger Alex Brink Colin Burston Tristan Crozier Noah Cowan Dorian Dawson Trey Dodd Anea Ferrario Jack Gessert Zach Giuttari Max Gottlieb Luke Harrington Jake Harris Justin Jallen Luke Kania Joe Maguire Michael Maloney Tommy Marchin Alec Mehr Gavin Nieto Will Scherer Brady Schoo Tony Stillwell Ben Taylor Gabriel Vinal Joachim Weberg Conner Wynne

Short Numerical No. Name

Cl. Jr. Jr. So. Sr. So. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. So. Jr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. So. Fr. So. Sr.

Pos. S/C F R F L F L F R F L F R G L D L F L D R F L D R D L F L F L F L G L D L F R F L F R G L D L D L D L F R G L F L D R

Ht. 5-11 5-11 5-9 6-0 5-10 5-11 5-8 6-2 5-11 6-0 6-2 6-2 6-0 5-10 5-9 5-9 6-2 6-0 5-10 6-3 6-0 6-1 5-11 6-0 5-9 6-3 6-2 5-10 5-11

Wt. 172 180 175 200 185 184 140 205 195 195 205 190 190 175 177 178 190 190 185 215 195 180 190 188 170 205 185 175 170

Cl. Pos. Pronunciation

1 Gavin Nieto So. G 2 Brady Schoo Jr. D 3 Joe Maguire So. D 4 Anea Ferrario Fr. D UH-NAY-UH FUR-ARE-E-O 5 Ben Taylor Fr. F 6 Tony Stillwell Fr. D 7 Justin Jallen Fr. F JAH-LIN 8 Zach Giuttari So. D JIH-TA-REE 9 Nolan Aible So. F ABLE 11 Max Gottlieb Jr. D 13 Brent Beaudoin So. F BOW-DWIN 14 Chris Berger Fr. F 15 Jack Gessert So. F 16 Tristan Crozier Fr. F 18 Jake Harris Fr. F 19 Alex Brink Jr. F 20 Joachim Weberg Fr. F YO-AH-KIM WEE-BURG 21 Alec Mehr Fr. F 22 Will Scherer Sr. D SHEER 23 Luke Harrington Fr. F 24 Dorian Dawson Fr. D 25 Michael Maloney Fr. F 26 Tommy Marchin Jr. F 27 Trey Dodd So. F 28 Colin Burston Fr. F 29 Conner Wynne Jr. F WIN 30 Noah Cowan Sr. G KOW-EN 33 Gabriel Vinal Fr. G 35 Luke Kania Fr. G KANE-YA

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Roster Breakdown By State/Province/Country Alberta: (1) - Crozier California: (2) - Mehr, Nieto Illinois: (2) - Kania, Maloney Manitoba: (1) - Burston Maryland: (1) - Cowan Massachusetts: (1) - Taylor Michigan: (2) - Gessert, Marchin Minnesota: (2) - Jallen, Schoo Missouri: (2) - Dodd, Scherer New Hampshire (1) - Beaudoin New Jersey: (1) - Gottlieb New York: (7) - Aibel, Berger, Brink, Harrington, Maguire, Vinal, Wynne Norway: (1) - Weberg Ontario: (2) - Dawson, Harris Rhode Island: (1) - Giuttari Utah: (1) - Ferrario Wisconsin: (1) - Stillwell By Position FORWARDS (16) Aibel JR, Beaudoin JR, Berger SO, Brink SR, Burston SO, Crozier FR, Dodd JR, Gessert JR, Harrington FR, Harris FR, Jallen FR, Maloney FR, Marchin SR, Mehr SO, Taylor SO, Weberg SO DEFENSEMEN (9) Dawson FR, Ferrario SO, Giuttari JR, Gottlieb SR, Maguire JR, Scherer SR, Schoo SR, Stillwell SO, Wynne SR GOALTENDERS (3) Kania SO, Nieto JR, Vinal FR



NATIONAL POLLS (3/10/19)

USCHO.com

1 St. Cloud State (49) 2 Minnesota State 3 Massachusetts (1) 4 Minnesota Duluth 5 Quinnipiac 6 Ohio State 7 Providence 8 Denver 9 Northeastern 10 Cornell 11 Clarkson 12 Western Michigan 13 Arizona State 14 Harvard 15 Bowling Green 16 Notre Dame 17 Penn State 18 UMass Lowell 19 North Dakota 20 Lake Superior

Others receiving votes: Union 54, Minnesota 30, Northern Michigan 16, American International 11, Maine 3

USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine 1 St. Cloud State (32) 2 Massachusetts (2) 3 Minnesota State 4 Minnesota Duluth 5 Quinnipiac 6 Ohio State 7 Denver 8 Providence 9 Northeastern 10 Cornell 11 Clarkson 12 Western Michigan 13 Arizona State 14 Harvard 15 Notre Dame Others Receiving Votes: Bowling Green State, 18; Massachusetts Lowell, 7; Penn State, 6.

Brown Hockey’s Milestone Games

Games Played - Overall No. Date Result

1 1/19/1898 W, 6-0, vs. Harvard (at Franklin Field) 50 12/27/1905 L, 0-7, at Yale 100 2/22/1930 W, 4-1, vs. Williams 150 1/4/1935 L, 2-4, vs. UMass 200 12/8/1938 W, 4-3, vs. MIT 250 1/5/1950 L, 4-6, vs. Boston University 300 2/23/1952 W, 2-1, vs. Dartmouth 350 1/8/1955 L, 4-7, at Yale 400 12/4/1957 L, 0-9, at Boston University 450 12/11/1959 W, 2-1, vs. Northeastern Meehan Auditorium Opens 500 12/20/1961 L, 4-8, vs. Williams (Brown Holiday Tourney) 550 1/4/1964 L, 3-4, vs. Colorado College (Brown Holiday Tourney) 600 12/18/1965 W, 3-1, vs. Providence 650 12/21/1967 W, 7-3, vs. St. Lawrence (at MSG) 700 1/10/1970 T, 6-6 (ot), at Princeton 750 2/1/1972 W, 6-5, at Providence 800 2/15/1974 W, 3-2, vs. Princeton 850 2/18/1976 W, 9-1, vs. Northeastern 900 1/7/1978 L, 4-7, at Harvard 950 12/22/1979 L, 2-16, at Minnesota 1000 12/11/1981 W, 5-4, vs. Harvard 1050 12/9/1983 L, 2-7, vs. Colgate 1100 11/23/1985 L, 6-9, at Rensselaer 1150 11/21/1987 L, 0-7, at Vermont 1200 11/11/1989 T, 3-3 (ot), vs. Harvard 1250 2/15/1991 W, 3-0, vs. Cornell 1300 1/23/1993 L, 2-4, vs. Vermont 1350 1/12/1994 W, 4-1. at Yale 1400 2/10/1996 W, 4-1, at Yale 1450 12/28/1997 L, 1-5, vs. Notre Dame (Mariucci Classic) 1500 3/13/1999 L, 1-3, at Clarkson (ECAC Quarterfinal) 1550 2/9/2001 L, 0-2, at Vermont 1600 12/27/2002 L, 2-5, at North Dakota (Subway Holiday Classic) 1650 2/21/2004 L, 2-3, at Clarkson 1700 12/22/2005 T, 3-3 (ot), vs. Colgate (PC Holiday Classic) 1750 3/3/2007 L, 1-2 (ot), at Princeton (ECAC First Round) 1800 1/23/2009 W, 4-1, at Colgate 1850 3/14/2010 W, 1-0, at Yale 1900 1/15/2012 W, 4-1, at St. Lawrence 1950 3/22/2013 W, 4-0, vs. Quinnipiac (ECAC Quarterfinal) 2000 1/23/2015 L, 6-0, at Clarkson 2137 3/9/2019 W, 6-5, vs. Princeton

No. Date

Wins - Overall Result

1 1/19/1898 W, 6-0, vs. Harvard (at Franklin Field) 50 1/8/1932 W, 18-2, vs. Wesleyan 100 1/20/1939 W, 4-3, at Boston College 150 2/9/1952 W, 3-1, vs. Princeton 200 12/14/1957 W, 7-0, at Amherst Meehan Auditorium Opens 250 2/2/1963 W, 5-1, vs. Dartmouth 300 2/19/1966 W, 5-4, at Dartmouth 350 1/31/1970 W, 5-3, at Army 400 2/13/1974 W, 7-3, vs. Northeastern 450 2/1/1977 W, 5-3, vs. Providence 500 12/11/1981 W, 5-4, vs. Harvard 550 2/16/1990 W, 7-6, at Colgate 600 2/12/1994 W, 3-1, vs. Colgate 650 1/16/99 W, 6-2, at Niagara 700 11/15/2003 W, 5-1, vs. Princeton 750 12/5/2008 W, 5-4, vs. Union 800 3/15/2013 W, 3-1, at Rensselaer 850 3/9/2019 W, 6-5, vs. Princeton

2018-19 BROWN HOCKEY

Brown Hockey’s Milestone Games No.

Games Played in Whittet Era Date Result

1 25 50 75 100 125 150 322

10/30/2009 2/13/2010 1/2/2011 11/19/2011 3/4/2012 2/16/2013 1/4/2014 3/9/2019

No.

Date

L, 0-1 (ot), at Princeton L, 2-6, at Colgate L, 3-7, vs. Minnesota State T, 1-1 (ot), at Army L, 2-4, at Quinnipiac L, 0-2, at Union W, 4-2, at Colorado Coll. W, 6-5, vs. Princeton

Wins in Whittet Era Result

1 11/28/2009 25 11/5/2011 50 10/26/2013 97 3/9/2019

W, 8-1, vs. UConn W, 5-4, vs. Cornell W, 5-3, vs. Dartmouth W, 6-5, vs. Princeton

Brown’s Wins over Ranked Teams Date Opponent 2/9/19 at Quinnipiac 1/26/19 at Union 1/5/19 vs. Union 2/19/16 vs. Clarkson 1/3/16 vs. Providence 2/7/15 vs. Harvard 1/10/15 at Providence 2/15/14 vs. Quinnipiac 1/31/14 vs. Colgate 1/24/14 vs. Yale 10/26/13 vs. Yale 3/22/13 vs. Quinnipiac 3/17/13 at Rensselaer 3/15/13 at Rensselaer 2/12/13 vs. Yale 1/26/13 at Cornell 1/21/12 vs. Union 12/3/11 vs. Yale 11/11/11 at Union 1/16/11 vs. Yale 1/1/11 vs. Boston Univ. 3/14/10 at Yale 3/12/10 at Yale 12/5/09 Quinnipiac 2/3/07 Quinnipiac 1/20/07 at Cornell 11/12/05 St. Lawrence 11/20/04 at MN-Duluth 1/10/04 Cornell 11/1/03 at Harvard 11/2/02 Harvard 1/29/02 at UMass-Lowell 1/18/02 St. Cloud State 11/3/01 at Harvard 11/4/00 Providence 2/19/00 St. Lawrence 11/27/99 at Harvard 2/27/99 at St. Lawrence

Ranking Result #4 W, 4-1 #16 W, 3-2 #14 W, 6-3 #20 W, 5-2 #1/1 W, 4-3 (ot) #6/6 W, 2-1 #13/14 W, 5-3 #4 W, 4-2 #18 W, 5-2 #10 W, 3-1 #6 W, 4-1 #1 W, 4-0 #16 W, 3-2 #16 W, 3-1 #9 W, 1-0 #18 W, 3-0 #12 W, 3-2 #14 W, 6-4 #9 W, 2-1 #1 W, 3-2 #10 W, 6-1 #6 W, 1-0 #6 W, 3-2 #4 W, 2-1 #18 W, 6-3 #15 W, 5-2 #16 W, 3-1 #7 W, 2-1 #9 W, 2-1 (ot) #9 W, 2-0 #14 W, 4-0 #9 W, 2-1 #2 W, 4-1 #11 W, 4-2 #14 W, 5-1 #9 W, 6-0 #15 W, 4-2 #9 W, 3-2 (ot)

2018-19 BROWN HOCKEY

2018-19 Brown Men's Hockey Brown High/Low Analysis (as of Mar 11, 2019) All games

THE SCORECARD

2018-19 TEAM GAME HIGHS

Brown’s Leaders In 18-19:

Points Tommy Marchin (24) Goals: Tommy Marchin (9) Assists: Tommy Marchin (15) Shots: Tommy Marchin (133) PPGS: Zach Giuttari (4) GWGS: Zach Giuttari (4) ENGS: Brent Beaudoin (2) Max Gottlieb (1) Michael Maloney (1) Tommy Marchin (1) SHGS: Alex Brink (1) Justin Jallen (1) Alec Mehr (1) Blocked Shots: Zach Giuttari (37) Faceoff Wins: Brent Beaudoin (311) FO Winning % Jack Gessert (.503) Consecutive Games with a Point: Tommy Marchin (7) Chris Berger (6) Consecutive Games with a Goal: Chris Berger (5) Consecutive Games with an Assist: Tommy Marchin (6) Freshman Scoring: Tristan Crozier (4-14-18) Sophomore Scoring: Chris Berger (8-9-17) Junior Scoring: Zach Giuttari (7-11-18) Senior Scoring: Tommy Marchin (9-15-24) Defenseman Scoring: Zach Giuttari (7-11-18) Penalties: Tommy Marchin (13) PIM: Alex Brink (61) *Active

Brown - TEAM GAME HIGHS POINTS GOALS ASSISTS SHOTS ON GOAL SAVES PENALTIES PENALTY MINUTES

18 7 11 54 47 7 33

vs ROBERT MORRIS (Jan 04, 2019) vs ROBERT MORRIS (Jan 04, 2019) vs ROBERT MORRIS (Jan 04, 2019) vs Princeton (Mar 09, 2019) at Quinnipiac (Feb 09, 2019) at CLARKSON (Nov 30, 2018) at CLARKSON (Nov 30, 2018) Opponent - GAME HIGHS

POINTS GOALS

ASSISTS SHOTS ON GOAL SAVES PENALTIES PENALTY MINUTES

14 vs Princeton (Mar 09, 2019) 14 vs Providence (Jan 15, 2019) 14 at CLARKSON (Nov 30, 2018) 5 vs Princeton (Mar 09, 2019) 5 vs Princeton (Mar 02, 2019) 5 vs Providence (Jan 15, 2019) 5 at CLARKSON (Nov 30, 2018) 5 vs Harvard (Nov 10, 2018) 9 vs Princeton (Mar 09, 2019) 9 vs Providence (Jan 15, 2019) 9 at CLARKSON (Nov 30, 2018) 48 at Quinnipiac (Feb 09, 2019) 48 vs Princeton (Mar 09, 2019) 7 vs St. Lawrence (Jan 18, 2019) 7 vs ROBERT MORRIS (Jan 04, 2019) 2018-19 Brown Men's Hockey 19 at Harvard (Feb 22, 2019) Brown High/Low Analysis (as of Mar 11, 2019) All games

2018-19Brown INDIVIDUAL HIGHS - INDIVIDUALGAME GAME HIGHS POINTS GOALS

ASSISTS SHOTS SAVES PENALTIES PENALTY MINUTES

4 2 2 2 2 3 9 47 4 27

Gottlieb, Max vs ROBERT MORRIS (Jan 04, 2019) Schoo, Brady vs Princeton (Mar 09, 2019) Beaudoin, Brent at RPI (Jan 25, 2019) Brink, Alex vs Union (Jan 05, 2019) Marchin, Tommy vs Union (Jan 05, 2019) Gottlieb, Max vs ROBERT MORRIS (Jan 04, 2019) Marchin, Tommy vs Colgate (Feb 16, 2019) Kania, Luke at Quinnipiac (Feb 09, 2019) Brink, Alex at CLARKSON (Nov 30, 2018) Brink, Alex at CLARKSON (Nov 30, 2018)

2018-19 HONORS ECAC Player of the Week Alex Brink (1/7/19) ECAC Goalie of the Week Gavin Nieto (1/28/19) Luke Kania (2/11/19) ECAC Rookie of the Week Jake Harris (1/28/19) Three Rivers Classic All-Tournament Team Alex Brink (MVP) Zach Giuttari Max Gottlieb Ledyard Classic All-Tournament Team Joachim Weberg NCAA Three Stars of the Week Tommy Marchin - 2nd Star (1/8/19)

ECAC STANDINGS (Final Regular Season)

BROWN vs. Opponents in 2018-2019 Overall...........................................13-13-5 ECAC Hockey....................................8-9-5 Ivy League.........................................3-6-1 Non-League.......................................3-4-0 vs. ECAC Hockey (non-league)........1-0-0 vs. AHA..............................................2-0-0 vs. Hockey East..................................0-3-0 Home..................................................5-7-3 Away...................................................5-5-2 Neutral...............................................3-1-0 HOME vs. ECAC Hockey.................3-5-3 HOME vs. Ivy....................................1-3-1 HOME vs. Non-League........................0-2-0 AWAY vs. ECAC Hockey...................5-4-2 AWAY vs. Ivy......................................2-3-0 AWAY vs. Non-League..........................0-1-0 Overtime Games................................1-0-3 One-Goal Games...............................3-4-0 Two (or more)-Goal Games............10-9-0 BROWN Scores 1st.........................10-4-1 OPPONENT Scores 1st.....................3-9-4 Lead After 1st....................................5-3-1 Behind After 1st.................................1-7-3 Tied After 1st.....................................7-3-1 Lead After 2nd.................................10-2-1 Behind After 2nd.............................0-10-2 Tied After 2nd....................................3-1-2 BROWN Outshoots Opponent................ 6-0-3 BROWN is Outshot............................. 7-11-1 Tied in Shots......................................0-2-1 BROWN Scores 3+..........................11-1-3 OPPONENT Scores 3+...................4-12-3 BROWN Scores
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