At A Glance

2005-06

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Hockey East: 0-0-0
Nonconference: 0-0-0

Home: 0-0-0
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Overtime: 0-0-0

Results / Upcoming

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)
10/28 Providence
10/29 at Rensselaer (NC)
11/4 at Maine
11/9 Mass.-Lowell
11/18 Vermont
11/22 at Boston College
11/29 New Hampshire
12/2 at Northeastern
12/3 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
1/7 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
2/3 Northeastern
2/10 at New Hampshire
2/11 New Hampshire
2/17 Mass.-Lowell
2/18 at Mass.-Lowell
2/24 Maine
2/25 Maine
3/3 Providence
3/4 at Providence

All games Hockey East unless noted.
All times 7:00 p.m. Eastern unless noted.

EX-Exhibition.
NC-Nonconference.

Merrimack Hockey News

Quarters named as assistant coach and head recruiter

Posted: Wednesday, August 17, 2005 2:43 pm EDT

NORTH ANDOVER, Mass. -- Martin Quarters, the assistant coach and recruiting coordinator for the Sioux City Musketeers of the United States Hockey League (USHL) for the last three years, has been named assistant coach and recruiting coordinator for the Merrimack College hockey team, it was announced by Merrimack head coach Mark Dennehy.

Quarters helped Sioux City become one of the top teams in the USHL during his tenure, reaching the playoffs in all three of his seasons with the Musketeers, including a Clark Cup Championship in 2004 and another appearance in the Finals in 2005. Quarters recruited and helped produce 32 players who have gone on to play at NCAA Division I institutions, and nine of his players have been drafted by NHL teams.

Prior to his stint at Sioux City, Quarters was the head coach and director of player development with the Motor City Chiefs in the Central States Hockey League (CSHL) for the 2001-02 season. He served as the associate head coach and recruiting coordinator for the Cleveland Barons Jr. A team in the North American Hockey League from 1998-2001 and was the teamís general manager in 2001. Quarters was the head coach for Clevelandís Midget Major AAA team during the same time period, leading the team to two Mid-Am Regional championships and one Michigan National Hockey League championship.

Release courtesy of Merrimack College.

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