Northeastern Huskies men's ice hockey

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Northeastern Huskies men's ice hockey
Northeastern Huskies men's ice hockey athletic logo
University Northeastern University
Conference Hockey East
Head coach Jim Madigan
8th season, 120–102–32 (.527)
Captain(s) Eric Williams
Alternate captain(s) Jeremy Davies
John Picking
Ryan Shea
Arena Matthews Arena
Capacity: 4,666
Location Boston, Massachusetts
Student section The DogHouse
Colors Red and Black[1]
         
NCAA Tournament Frozen Four
1982
NCAA Tournament appearances
1982, 1988, 1994, 2009, 2016, 2018
Conference Tournament championships
1982, 1988, 2016
Current uniform
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The Northeastern Huskies men's ice hockey team is a NCAA Division I college ice hockey program that represents Northeastern University. The Huskies are a member of Hockey East. They play at the 4,666-seat Matthews Arena in Boston, Massachusetts.[2]

History

The men's ice hockey program has existed since 1929 and played as an independent NCAA Division I team until joining the ECAC in 1961. Northeastern is a founding member of the Hockey East athletic conference, which the team joined in 1984. The Huskies had their most success in the 1980s, when the team won the prestigious Beanpot tournament four times (1980, 1984, 1985, 1988) and was the runner-up twice (1983 and 1987). The Huskies ended a 30-year Beanpot drought in 2018, capturing their fifth championship. Its best season came in 1982, when the Huskies finished 25–9–2 and made it to the NCAA Frozen Four. They also won the Hockey East championship in 1988 and 2016, and made appearances in the NCAA hockey tournament in 1988, 1994, 2009, and 2016.

Brad Thiessen was named to the Hockey East All-Rookie team in 2007.

Northeastern players who have gone on to significant professional hockey careers have included David Poile '71, long time general manager of the NHL Washington Capitals and current general manager of the NHL Nashville Predators, St. Louis Blues goaltender and two-time All-American Bruce Racine '88, NHL defenseman Dan McGillis, Montreal Canadiens winger Chris Nilan, and Chicago Blackhawks defenseman and Hobey Baker Award finalist Jim Fahey '02.

Other than those who have achieved success in the professional ranks, some of the more notable individual players in team history include Adam Gaudette, the reigning Hobey Baker Award winner as the most valuable player in NCAA collegiate hockey (the only such winner in the program's history); Art Chisholm and Ray Picard, each two-time All-Americans; and Sandy Beadle and Jason Guerriero, each a one-time All-American who was also a Hobey Baker Award finalist. Chisholm is the leading career goal scorer for the Huskies with 100, while Jim Martel is the career scoring leader with 210 points. The most notable goaltenders in team history are Racine and Keni Gibson, who between them hold most school career records. Brad Thiessen, who turned professional after his junior year (2009), broke Gibson's school record with eight career shutouts by his sophomore season and had been threatening several career goaltending records.

Season-by-season records

[3][4]

Year Overall Record Independent Post Season Head Coach
W L T Win %
1929–30 2 5 0 .286 H. Nelson Raymond
1930–31 4 6 1 .400 H. Nelson Raymond
1931–32 6 1 0 .857 H. Nelson Raymond
1932–33 3 4 1 .429 H. Nelson Raymond
1933–34 6 2 2 .750 H. Nelson Raymond
1934–35 3 5 0 .375 H. Nelson Raymond
1935–36 2 5 1 .286 H. Nelson Raymond
1936–37 6 3 1 .667 Herb Gallagher
1937–38 3 9 1 .250 Herb Gallagher
1938–39 8 6 0 .571 Herb Gallagher
1939–40 7 4 0 .636 Herb Gallagher
1940–41 6 3 0 .667 Herb Gallagher
1941–42 7 5 0 .583 Herb Gallagher
1942–43 7 6 0 .538 William L. Linskey
1943–44 Sport Discontinued Due to World War II
1944–45 Sport Discontinued Due to World War II
1945–46 Sport Discontinued Due to World War II
1946–47 5 9 0 .357 Herb Gallagher
1947–48 10 9 0 .526 Herb Gallagher
1948–49 9 7 0 .563 Herb Gallagher
1949–50 7 10 1 .412 Herb Gallagher
1950–51 8 11 0 .421 Herb Gallagher
1951–52 11 10 0 .524 Herb Gallagher
Year Overall Record Independent Beanpot Results Post Season Head Coach
W L T Win %
1952–53 9 10 2 .474 4th Herb Gallagher
1953–54 5 12 1 .294 4th Herb Gallagher
1954–55 7 14 0 .333 4th Herb Gallagher
1955–56 13 12 0 .520 4th Jim Bell
1956–57 10 14 1 .417 4th Jim Bell
1957–58 7 18 1 .280 2nd Jim Bell
1958–59 12 11 0 .522 4th Jim Bell
1959–60 8 15 0 .348 3rd Jim Bell
1960–61 12 14 0 .462 3rd Jim Bell
Year Overall Record ECAC Record Beanpot Results Post Season Head Coach
W L T Win % W L T Pts Win % Finish
1961–62 7 17 0 .292 7 16 0 14 .304 4th Jim Bell
1962–63 9 17 0 .346 9 16 0 18 .360 3rd Jim Bell
1963–64 14 10 0 .583 14 8 0 28 .636 4th Jim Bell
1964–65 18 10 0 .643 11 8 0 22 .579 3rd Jim Bell
1965–66 16 12 1 .571 9 8 1 18 .529 4th Jim Bell
1966–67 12 14 0 .462 9 11 0 18 .450 2nd Jim Bell
1967–68 6 17 1 .261 4 13 0 8 .235 4th Jim Bell
1968–69 7 16 0 .304 4 14 0 8 .222 4th Jim Bell
1969–70 3 20 0 .130 1 16 0 2 .059 4th Jim Bell
1970–71 7 22 0 .241 3 16 0 6 .158 4th Fern Flaman
1971–72 6 20 0 .231 3 17 0 6 .150 4th Fern Flaman
1972–73 17 12 0 .586 10 11 0 20 .476 4th Fern Flaman
1973–74 10 13 4 .444 7 10 2 16 .421 T-11th 3rd Fern Flaman
1974–75 15 11 2 .571 10 11 1 21 .477 9th 3rd Fern Flaman
1975–76 9 16 1 .365 6 16 1 13 .283 T-14th 4th Fern Flaman
1976–77 11 16 0 .407 9 13 0 18 .409 13th 4th Fern Flaman
1977–78 10 17 1 .375 7 16 1 15 .313 15th 4th Fern Flaman
1978–79 12 15 0 .444 11 11 0 22 .500 9th 3rd Fern Flaman
1979–80 7 20 0 .259 5 16 0 10 .238 6th East 1st Fern Flaman
1980–81 13 13 0 .500 12 9 0 24 .571 T-2nd East 4th Fern Flaman
1981–82 25 9 2 .722 14 6 1 29 .690 1st East 3rd NCAA Third Place Fern Flaman
1982–83 13 14 1 .482 9 11 1 19 .452 5th East 2nd Fern Flaman
1983–84 16 12 1 .569 10 10 1 21 .500 5th East 1st Fern Flaman
Year Overall Record Hockey East Record Beanpot Results Post Season Head Coach
W L T Win % W L T Pts Win % Finish
1984–85 13 24 1 .355 11 22 1 23 .338 6th 1st Fern Flaman
1985–86 20 17 2 .538 18 14 2 38 .559 3rd 4th Fern Flaman
1986–87 12 21 3 .375 11 18 3 25 .391 5th 2nd Fern Flaman
1987–88 21 13 4 .605 13 9 4 30 .577 1st 1st NCAA First Round Fern Flaman
1988–89 18 16 2 .528 13 11 2 28 .538 T-3rd 4th Fern Flaman
1989–90 16 19 2 .459 9 10 2 20 .476 T-5th 4th Don McKenney
1990–91 8 25 2 .257 3 16 2 8 .190 8th 3rd Don McKenney
1991–92 16 19 0 .457 7 14 0 14 .333 7th 4th Ben Smith
1992–93 10 24 1 .300 6 17 1 13 .271 8th 3rd Ben Smith
1993–94 19 13 7 .577 10 8 6 26 .542 4th 4th NCAA First Round Ben Smith
1994–95 16 14 5 .529 11 8 5 27 .563 4th 3rd Ben Smith
1995–96 10 21 5 .347 6 13 5 17 .354 7th 2nd Ben Smith
1996–97 8 25 3 .264 2 17 2 6 .143 9th 3rd Bruce Crowder
1997–98 21 15 3 .577 13 8 3 29 .604 4th 4th Bruce Crowder
1998–99 11 20 3 .368 6 16 2 14 .292 9th 2nd Bruce Crowder
1999-00 12 19 5 .403 8 11 5 21 .438 T-5th 4th Bruce Crowder
2000–01 13 9 4 .417 7 13 4 18 .375 7th 3rd Bruce Crowder
2001–02 19 17 3 .526 11 11 2 24 .500 5th 2nd Bruce Crowder
2002–03 10 21 3 .338 5 17 2 12 .250 T-8th 4th Bruce Crowder
2003–04 11 16 7 .426 5 13 6 16 .333 9th 3rd Bruce Crowder
2004–05 15 18 5 .461 10 10 4 24 .500 6th 2nd Bruce Crowder
2005–06 3 24 7 .191 3 17 7 13 .241 9th 4th Greg Cronin
2006–07 13 18 5 .431 9 15 5 23 .426 7th 3rd Greg Cronin
2007–08 16 18 3 .473 12 13 2 26 .481 6th 4th Greg Cronin
2008–09 25 12 4 .659 18 6 3 39 .722 2nd 2nd NCAA First Round Greg Cronin
2009–10 16 16 2 .500 11 14 2 24 .444 9th 3rd Greg Cronin
2010–11 14 16 8 .474 10 10 7 27 .500 6th 2nd Greg Cronin
2011–12 13 16 5 .456 9 14 4 22 .407 T-8th 4th Jim Madigan
2012–13 9 21 4 .324 5 18 4 14 .259 10th 2nd Jim Madigan
2013–14 19 14 4 .568 10 8 2 22 .556 5th 2nd Jim Madigan
2014–15 16 16 4 .500 11 9 2 24 .550 6th 2nd Jim Madigan
2015–16 22 14 5 .598 10 8 4 24 .545 6th 3rd NCAA First Round Jim Madigan
2016-17 18 15 5 .539 9 10 3 21 .477 8th 3rd Jim Madigan
2017-18 23 10 5 .671 15 6 3 33 .688 2nd 1st NCAA First Round Jim Madigan

Roster

As of June 24, 2018.[5]

No. S/P/C Player Class Pos Height Weight DoB Hometown Previous team NHL rights
2 Massachusetts Jordan Harris Freshman D 5' 11" (1.8 m) 185 lb (84 kg) 2000-07-07 Haverhill, Massachusetts Kimball Union (USHS–NH) MTL, 71st overall 2018
4 Quebec Jeremy Davies (A) Junior D 5' 11" (1.8 m) 188 lb (85 kg) 1996-12-04 Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, Quebec Bloomington (USHL) NJD, 192nd overall 2016
5 Massachusetts Ryan Shea (A) Junior D 6' 1" (1.85 m) 188 lb (85 kg) 1997-02-11 Milton, Massachusetts Youngstown (USHL) CHI, 121st overall 2015
6 Massachusetts Collin Murphy Sophomore D 6' 3" (1.91 m) 196 lb (89 kg) 1998-11-27 Wilmington, Massachusetts Muskegon (USHL)
7 Massachusetts John Picking (A) Junior F 5' 9" (1.75 m) 179 lb (81 kg) 1995-03-12 Wellesley, Massachusetts Boston Jr. Bruins (USPHL)
8 New Jersey Julian Kislin Freshman D 6' 2" (1.88 m) 170 lb (77 kg) 1999-05-24 Manalapan, New Jersey Youngstown (USHL)
9 Florida Tyler Madden Freshman F 5' 10" (1.78 m) 152 lb (69 kg) 1999-11-09 Deerfield Beach, Florida Tri-City (USHL) VAN, 68th overall 2018
10 Michigan Brandon Hawkins Senior (RS) F 5' 10" (1.78 m) 203 lb (92 kg) 1994-04-25 Macomb Township, Michigan Bowling Green (WCHA)
11 Minnesota Drew Blackmun Sophomore F 6' 0" (1.83 m) 176 lb (80 kg) 1996-01-18 Minneapolis, Minnesota Aston (NAHL)
12 Massachusetts Austin Goldstein Sophomore F 5' 8" (1.73 m) 165 lb (75 kg) 1997-02-05 Saugus, Massachusetts Islanders (USPHL)
13 California Eetu Selanne Sophomore F 5' 10" (1.78 m) 185 lb (84 kg) 1997-11-12 Coto de Caza, California Madison (USHL)
14 British Columbia Austin Plevy Senior F 5' 10" (1.78 m) 185 lb (84 kg) 1994-11-14 Langley, British Columbia UMass (HEA)
15 New Jersey Grant Jozefek Junior F 5' 9" (1.75 m) 193 lb (88 kg) 1997-10-25 Chester, New Jersey Lincoln (USHL)
16 Massachusetts Matt Thomson Freshman F 6' 0" (1.83 m) 195 lb (88 kg) 1998-11-07 Reading, Massachusetts Cedar Rapids (USHL)
17 Massachusetts Matt Filipe Junior F 6' 2" (1.88 m) 205 lb (93 kg) 1997-12-31 Lynnfield, Massachusetts Cedar Rapids (USHL) CAR, 67th overall 2016
18 Utah Ryan Solomon Sophomore D 6' 2" (1.88 m) 180 lb (82 kg) 1996-11-11 Murray, Utah Aston (NAHL)
19 Massachusetts Lincoln Griffin Senior F 5' 11" (1.8 m) 186 lb (84 kg) 1997-01-05 Walpole, Massachusetts Thayer (USHS–MA)
20 Ontario Eric Williams (C) Senior D 6' 1" (1.85 m) 202 lb (92 kg) 1995-06-14 Newmarket, Ontario Aurora (OJHL)
21 Florida Brandon Schultz Sophomore F 5' 7" (1.7 m) 142 lb (64 kg) 1996-06-15 Estero, Florida Lincoln (USHL)
22 Connecticut Billy Carrabino Sophomore D 6' 0" (1.83 m) 201 lb (91 kg) 1997-03-20 New Canaan, Connecticut Boston Jr. Bruins (USPHL)
24 Florida A. J. Villella Freshman D 5' 11" (1.8 m) 170 lb (77 kg) 1998-01-26 Davie, Florida Sioux Falls (USHL)
25 New York (state) Patrick Schule Senior F 5' 9" (1.75 m) 170 lb (77 kg) 1994-01-14 Queens, New York Jersey (USPHL)
26 Illinois Biagio Lerario Junior F 5' 10" (1.78 m) 177 lb (80 kg) 1995-09-22 Addison, Illinois Lincoln (USHL)
27 New Jersey Bobby Hampton Sophomore F 6' 0" (1.83 m) 189 lb (86 kg) 1997-11-18 Middletown, New Jersey Cedar Rapids (USHL)
28 Florida Zach Solow Sophomore F 5' 11" (1.8 m) 186 lb (84 kg) 1998-11-06 Naples, Florida Dubuque (USHL)
30 New Hampshire Curtis Frye Junior G 6' 4" (1.93 m) 200 lb (91 kg) 1995-07-25 Northwood, New Hampshire Philadelphia (USPHL)
31 New Jersey Cayden Primeau Sophomore G 6' 4" (1.93 m) 188 lb (85 kg) 1999-08-11 Voorhees, New Jersey Lincoln (USHL) MTL, 199th overall 2017
39 Massachusetts Liam Pecararo Senior F 5' 11" (1.8 m) 182 lb (83 kg) 1996-04-06 Canton, Massachusetts Waterloo (USHL)
41 California Ryan Ruck Senior G 6' 1" (1.85 m) 176 lb (80 kg) 1994-09-12 Coto de Caza, California Des Moines (USHL)

Top ten all-time scorers

These are the top ten all-time career scorers for the Northeastern University Huskies[6].

As of 2017–18 season.

Player Seasons Pos GP G A Pts PIM
Jim Martel 1972–76 C 110 93 117 210 n/a
Charlie Huck 1972–76 W 110 93 99 192 n/a
Rod Isbister 1982–86 W 127 79 108 187 138
Art Chisholm 1958–61 C 72 100 82 182 n/a
Dave Sherlock 1972–76 W 89 72 100 172 n/a
Jordan Shields 1992–96 L 142 62 104 166 146
Harry Mews 1986–90 W 133 64 101 165 337
Ken Manchurek 1980–84 W 111 76 86 162 83
Kevin Heffernan 1984–88 W 143 58 96 154 89
Mike Holmes 1974–78 D 108 25 127 152 100

Rico Rossi is the Huskies' career penalty minute leader with 406; Wade MacLeod is the career games leader with 149.

Notable alumni

Northeastern players who have gone on to significant professional hockey careers include:

In addition to the above players, the following Huskies played in the National Hockey League:

See also

References

  1. ^ "Northeastern Athletics Logo Sheet". August 13, 2018. Retrieved August 23, 2018.
  2. ^ http://www.uscho.com/m/northeastern-huskies/mens-college-hockey/team,nu.html
  3. ^ http://gonu.com/sports/2010/4/1/MHOCKEY_0401102915.aspx?id=464#1
  4. ^ http://www.beanpothockey.com/results.html
  5. ^ "2018–19 Men's Ice Hockey Roster". Northeastern Huskies. Retrieved June 24, 2018.
  6. ^ "Men's Hockey - Career Scoring Leaders". Retrieved 2018-05-09.
  7. ^ "Top 100 Minor League Scorers". Internet Hockey Database. Ralph Slate. Retrieved 9 February 2014.

External links

  • Official website
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