Hockey East: 0-0-0
TBA Blue-Gold (EX)
10/7 New Brunswick (EX)
10/14 at Bowling Green (NC)
10/16 at Michigan (NC 3:00)
10/21 Connecticut (NC)
10/22 Connecticut (NC)
10/29 at Rensselaer (NC)
11/4 at Maine
11/22 at Boston College
11/29 New Hampshire
12/2 at Northeastern
12/6 at Massachusetts
12/9 at Wayne State (NC)
12/10 at Wayne State (NC 3:00)
12/30 at Boston University
1/6 at Massachusetts
1/13 at Boston College
1/14 Boston College
1/20 Boston University
1/21 at Boston University
1/27 at Vermont
1/28 at Vermont
2/10 at New Hampshire
2/11 New Hampshire
2/18 at Mass.-Lowell
3/4 at Providence
All games Hockey East unless noted.
All times 7:00 p.m. Eastern unless noted.
Most Valuable Player: Presented to the player who has proven to be the most valuable in all facets of the game. It is voted on by the players and coaching staff and takes into consideration the contribution this particular player has made to the program during the course of the season.
Coaches' Award: Presented to the player deemed by the coaching staff to display the qualities that contribute to team success. These qualities include hard work and a desire to do whatever it takes to improve as an individual and for the good of the team.
Francis J. "Buzz" Miller Unsung Hero Award: Presented to the underclassman who exemplifies perseverance, enthusiasm, dedication and hard work throughout the season. It takes into account the work ethic and determination that this player has shown in contributing in all facets of the game.
Fans' Award: Presented to the player who is a fan favorite. The player is deemed as one of the most exciting players during home games.
MOST VALUABLE FRANCIS J. "BUZZ" SEASON PLAYER COACHES' AWARD MILLER UNSUNG HERO FANS' AWARD 1983-84 Deron Barton Paul Letourneau Joe Iantorno Tony DelGaizo, Chris Ouellette 1984-85 Deron Barton Bryan Gustin Kevin Rogers Chuck Linkenheld, Mike MacGregor 1985-86 Jim Vesey Bob Fowler, Brad Atol Bob Jay, Chris Ouellette Chris Kiene 1986-87 Jim Hrivnak Brad Atol, Bob Jay John Magadini, Dave Vater Richard Pion 1987-88 Jim Hrivnak, Chris Kiene, Richard Pion Mike Boyce, Jim Vesey David Schofield Andy Heinze 1988-89 Richard Pion Doug Greschuk, Andy Heinze Jim Alcott, Jamie Sullivan Claude Maillet 1989-90 Andy Heinze Ed Locke, Howie Rosenblatt Agostino Casale, Mike O'Connor Teal Fowler 1990-91 Agostino Casale Teal Fowler Brendan Locke Jim Gibson 1991-92 Steve D'Amore, Matt Crowley, Don McLeod John Barron Dan Gravelle Wayde McMillan 1992-93 Teal Fowler, Tom Costa, Cooper Naylor Matt Adams, Wayde McMillan Mike Doneghey Dan Gravelle, Dan Hodge 1993-94 Cooper Naylor Quentin Fendelet, Chris Ross Rob Atkinson Matt Poska 1994-95 Mark Cornforth, Chris Davis, Karl Infanger Matt Adams, Martin Legault Eric Thibeault Steve McKenna 1995-96 Steve McKenna Rob Beck, Eric Weichselbaumer Martin Laroche, John Jakopin Eric Thibeault 1996-97 Rob Beck Karl Infanger, Martin Laroche John Jakopin, Tom Johnson Eric Thibeault 1997-98 Rejean Stringer Jason Feeley, Chris Halecki Kris Porter, Martin Laroche Darrel Scoville 1998-99 Rejean Stringer Roland Grelle Chris Halecki Mike Rodrigues 1999-00 Greg Classen Andrew Fox, Chris Halecki Mike Rodrigues Tony White 2000-01 Anthony Aquino Vince Clevenger, Ron Mongeau, Nick Parillo John Pyliotis Nick Parillo 2001-02 Anthony Aquino, Mark Ferullo, Marco Rosa, Nick Parillo Nick Parillo Tim Foster Jason Wolfe 2002-03 Joe Exter Joe Exter Tony Johnson, Nick Cammarata Lucas Smith 2003-04 Marco Rosa Eric Pedersen Tony Johnson Tim Reidy Marco Rosa 2004-05 Bryan Schmidt Peter Hams Steve Crusco Steve Crusco
Rookie of the Year: Presented to the player whose contributions in his first year of collegiate competition are exemplary.
Most Improved Player: Presented to the player who has demonstrated the most improvement over the last season, or during the current season. (Not awarded after 1999.)
J. Thom Lawler Memorial Award: Honors a Merrimack alumnus whose contributions to the hockey program personify the dedication that the legendary coach asserted during his tenure. (Not awarded in every year.)
J. THOM LAWLER SEASON ROOKIE OF THE YEAR MOST IMPROVED PLAYER MEMORIAL AWARD 1983-84 Brian Daccord Bryan Gustin Peter Grogan '63 1984-85 Jim Vesey Bob Fowler Paul Downey '65 1985-86 Jim Hrivnak Mike MacGregor Paul Gilmartin '65 1986-87 Andy Heinze Mike Boyce Ernie Young '57 1987-88 Ben Lebeau Mark Ziliotto Gilles Moffet '79 1988-89 Matt Hentges Dave Vater Rick Savastano '75 1989-90 Bryan Miller Claude Maillet Peter Barrasso '82 1990-91 Rob Atkinson Dan Gravelle Joe McAuliffe '71 1991-92 Mark Cornforth Cooper Naylor 1992-93 Mark Goble Jim Gibson Brian Murphy 1993-94 Martin Legault Matt Adams 1994-95 Martin Laroche Rob Beck 1995-96 Darrel Scoville Steve McKenna Mike Reynolds '76 1996-97 Drew Hale Kris Porter, Brendan Sheehy '71 Rejean Stringer 1997-98 John Pyliotis Sandy Cohen 1998-99 Greg Classen Drew Hale Chuck DiCroce 1999-00 Anthony Aquino Jack Twomey '56 2000-01 Joe Exter, Frank Mahoney Marco Rosa 2001-02 Matt Foy John Donovan '78 2002-03 Bryan Schmidt John Celli '??, Fred Moynihan '?? 2003-04 Jim Healey Jack O'Neill '?? 2004-05 Jordan Fox
Outstanding Offensive Player Award: Presented to the player deemed to be the team's most outstanding offensive player.
Outstanding Defensive Player Award: Presented to the player deemed to be the team's most outstanding defensive player.
Richard Britt Humanitarian Award: Honors an individual whose work behind the scenes may go unnoticed to the general public but is always noticed by those closest to the program. This award is named in memory of University of Maine hockey manager Rich Britt, who passed away tragically in 1999.
OUTSTANDING OUTSTANDING RICHARD BRITT SEASON OFFENSIVE PLAYER DEFENSIVE PLAYER HUMANITARIAN AWARD 1998-99 Kris Porter Drew Hale John Savastano 1999-00 Sandy Cohen Cris Classen, Ken Souza Drew Hale 2000-01 Anthony Aquino Stephen Moon Frank & Emilie Collopy 2001-02 Anthony Aquino Joe Exter Brian Heafey 2002-03 Marco Rosa Joe Exter, Matt & Tricia Smith Eric Pedersen 2003-04 Brent Gough Eric Pedersen Tim Grinnell 2004-05 Matt Johnson Ryan Sullivan Robert Coppola