Wildcat All-Americans

Rod Blackburn- 1961
Year    GP    Sv    GA    Sv%    SO    GAA    W-L-T
1959-60    13    315    35    .900    2    2.98    6-5-0
1960-61    14    595    66    .900    0    4.86    3-11-0
TOTAL    27    910    101    .900    2    3.84    9-16-0
• Inducted into the New Hampshire Hockey Hall of Fame in 2002
• Was the first goalie captain in the history of UNH Hockey
• Named the first All-American in the program’s history

Gordie Clark- 1973, 1974
Year    GP    G    A    P    PPG
1971-72    30    27    30    57    1.90
1972-73    29    24    28    52    1.79
1973-74    31     25    28    53    1.71
TOTAL    90    76    86    162    1.80
• Played for the Boston Bruins from 1974-1976
• Ranks 16th on UNH’s all-time scoring list
• Ranks seventh on UNH’s career points-per-game leaderboard
• UNH’s first two-time All-America selection
• A three-time All-ECAC selection

Cap Raeder- 1974
Year    GP    Sv    GA    Sv%    SO    GAA    W-L-T
1972-73    20    581    67    .897    1    3.35    9-7-2
1973-74    22    572    58    .908    1    2.64    15-7-0
1974-75    27    708    90    .887    0    3.60    18-8-1
TOTAL    69    1861    215    .896    2    3.21    42-22-3
• Ranks fourth on UNH’s career goals-against-average list
• Is fifth on UNH’s career leaderboard in both save percentage and wins
• Ranks eighth on the program’s career games played list
• Named to the All-ECAC Second Team in 1974

Cliff Cox- 1976
Year    GP    G    A    P    PPG
1972-73    26    9    7    16    0.61
1973-74    31    27    30    57    1.84
1974-75    20    17    19    36    1.80
1975-76    30    34    32    66    2.20
TOTAL    107    87    88    175    1.63
• Ranks eighth on UNH’s career points list
• Is sixth on the program’s career goals leaderboard
• Holds the program’s fourth-best single-season goals mark
• Earned All-ECAC Second Team honors in 1976

Jamie Hislop- 1976
Year    GP    G    A    P    PPG
1972-73    26    5    16    21    0.81
1973-74    31    21    35    56    1.81
1974-75    30    28    38    66    2.20
1975-76    31    23    43    66    2.13
TOTAL    118    77    132    209    1.77
• Played in the NHL for both Calgary and Quebec
• Ranks fourth on UNH’s career points list
• Is second on the program’s  all-time assist leaderboard
• Ranks ninth among UNH’s career points-per-game leaders
• An ECAC First-Team Selection in 1975 and 1976
• Holds the UNH record for consecutive games with a point

Bob Miller- 1977
Year    GP    G    A    P    PPG
1974-75    26    21    38    59    2.27
1976-77    38    30    59    89    2.34
TOTAL    64    51    97    148    2.31
• Played in the NHL for Boston, Colorado and Los Angeles
• Is the program’s all-time leader in career points-per-game
• Is the UNH record holder for both assists and points in a season
• ECAC Rookie of the Year in 1975
• Earned All-ECAC First-Team honors in 1977

Tim Burke- 1977
Year    GP    G    A    P    PPG
1973-74    31    6    30    36    1.16
1974-75    30    9    26    35    1.17
1975-76    31    9    25    34    1.10
1976-77    38    6    27    33    0.87
TOTAL    130    30    108    138    1.06
• Holds the UNH record for points by a defenseman
• Is the program’s leader in assists by a defenseman
• Named to the All-ECAC Second Team in 1976 and 1977

Ralph Cox- 1978, 1979
Year    GP    G    A    P    PPG
1975-76    29    14    9    23    0.79
1976-77    37    40    36    76    2.05
1977-78    30    31    39    70    2.33
1978-79    32    42    32    74    2.31
TOTAL    128    127    116    243    1.90
• UNH’s all-time leader in both goals and points
• Recorded the program’s top two single-season goal totals
• Holds the fourth, sixth and seventh-best single season point totals
• Ranks fifth on UNH’s career points-per-game leaders
• Second UNH skater as a two-time All-America selection
• Named ECAC Player of the Year in 1979

Andy Brickley- 1982
Year    GP    G    A    P    PPG
1979-80    27    15    17    32    1.18
1980-81    31    27    25    52    1.68
1981-82    35    26    27    53    1.51
TOTAL    93    68    69    137    1.47
• Played in the NHL for Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Boston, New Jersey and Winnipeg
• Ranked 21st on UNH’s all-time scoring list when he graduated
• Earned First-Team ECAC honors in 1982

Jeff Levy- 1991
Year    GP    Sv    GA    Sv%    SO    GAA    W-L-T
1990-91    24    770    80    .905    0    3.22    15-7-2
1991-92    35    976    111    .897    2    3.28    20-13-2
TOTAL    59    1746    191    .901    2    3.26    35-20-4
• Ranks fifth on UNH’s career goals-against-average leaderboard
• Holds the program’s third-best career save percentage
• Is third on the list of UNH’s single-season saves
• Earned Hockey East Rookie of the Year honors in 1991
• Named to the All-Hockey East Team in 1991

Dominic Amodeo- 1992
Year    GP    G    A    P    PPG
1988-89    32    6    12    18    0.56
1989-90    39    19    26    45    1.15
1990-91    34    15    22    37    1.09
1991-92    37    26    42    68    1.84
TOTAL    142    66    102    168    1.18
• Ranks 14th among UNH’s all-time points leaders
• Is 13th on the program’s all-time assist list
• Holds the eighth-best single-season point total at UNH
• Named to the Hockey East All-Tournament Team in 1992

Tim Murray- 1997
Year    GP    G    A    P    PPG
1993-94    40    3    5    8    0.20
1994-95    33    0    6    6    0.18
1995-96    34    4    16    20    0.59
1996-97    37    0    37    37    1.00
TOTAL    144    7    64    71    0.49
• Captained the 1996-97 Wildcats
• Roger A. Leclerc Trophy (MVP/sportsman) recipient
• Robert A. Kullen Award (unsung hero) recipient
• Key member of 1996-97 UNH team that set the school record for longest win streak
• An All-Hockey East selection in 1997

Mark Mowers- 1998
Year    GP    G    A    P    PPG
1994-95    36    13    23    36    1.00
1995-96    34    21    26    47    1.38
1996-97    39    26    32    58    1.49
1997-98    35    25    31    56    1.60
TOTAL    144    85    112    197    1.37
• Ranks fifth on UNH’s career points list
• Is seventh on the program’s leaderboard in both goals and assists
• Hockey East Rookie of the Year in 1995
• A three-time All-Hockey East selection
• A Hobey Baker finalist in 1998

Jamie Filipowicz- 1999
Year    GP    G    A    P    PPG
1996-97    35    3    16    19    0.54
1997-98    38    3    28    31    0.82
1998-99    41    8    30    38    0.92
TOTAL    114    14    74    88    0.77
• Two-time recipient of the team’s  Best Defenseman Award
• Named to the ‘99 NCAA Championship All-Tournament Team
• Named to the Hockey East First Team in 1999
• Earned Hockey East All-Tournament Team honors in 1999

Jason Krog- 1997, 1999
Year    GP    G    A    P    PPG
1995-96    34    4    16    20    0.59
1996-97    39    23    44    67    1.72
1997-98    38    33    33    66    1.74
1998-99    41    34    51    85    2.07
TOTAL    152    94    144    238    1.57
• Is UNH’s all-time assist leader
• Ranks second in career points and fourth in goals
• Holds the second-best single-season assist total and third-best single-season point total
• Won the Hobey Baker Award in 1999
• UNH’s third two-time All-America selection
• Hockey East Player of the Year in 1999

Ty Conklin- 2000, 2001
Year    GP    Sv    GA    Sv%    SO    GAA    W-L-T
1998-99    22    491    41    .923    0    1.84    18-3-1
1999-00    37    893    91    .908    2    2.51    22-8-6
2000-01    34    804    70    .920    5    2.05    17-12-5
TOTAL    93    2188    202    .916    7    2.18    57-23-12
• Is the UNH career record holder in goals-against-average, save percentage, wins, games played and minutes
• Holds the program’s top two single-season efforts in both GAA and save %
• UNH’s fourth two-time All-America selection
• A two-time Hobey Baker Award finalist
• Hockey East Co-Player of the Year in 2000

Darren Haydar- 2002
Year    GP    G    A    P    PPG
1998-99    41    31    30    61    1.49
1999-00    38    22    19    41    1.08
2000-01    39    18    23    41    1.05
2001-02    40    31    45    76    1.90
TOTAL    158    102    117    219    1.39
• Ranks second on UNH’s career goals list
• Is third on the career leaderboard for both assists and points
• One of two UNH skaters to score over 100 career goals
• Hobey Baker finalist in 2002
• Hockey East Player of the Year  and Hockey East Tournament MVP in 2002

Colin Hemingway- 2002, 2003
Year    GP    G    A    P    PPG
1999-00    22    3    5    8    0.36
2000-01    37    9    18    27    0.73
2001-02    40    33    33    66    1.65
2002-03    40    22    25    47    1.18
TOTAL    139    67    81    148    1.07
• First Team All-American in 2002 and Second Team All-American in 2003.
• Currently ranked 24th in all-time scoring
• Holds the sixth-best single-season goal total
• Earned Hockey East First-Team honors in 2002 and Second Team in 2003

Mike Ayers- 2003
Year    GP    Sv    GA    Sv%    SO    GAA    W-L-T
2000-01    4    14    2    .875    0    4.68    0-0-0
2001-02    20    493    46    .915    1    2.44    14-3-1
2002-03    41    1139    91    .926    7    2.18    27-8-6
2003-04    36    886    100    .899    5    2.86    17-14-5
TOTAL    101    2532    239    .914    13    2.49    58-25-12
• USA Hockey College Player of the Year, Walter Brown Award winner in 2003
• Second Team All-America, 2003 Hockey East Co-Player of the Year and First Team Hockey East selection
• Set single-season school records for wins, saves, save percentage, shutouts, minutes and posted the third-lowest GAA in school history in 2002-03
• Tied UNH career shutout mark (8)

Lenny Gare- 2003
Year    GP    G    A    P    PPG
1999-00    32    6    14    20    0.63
2000-01    39    11    20    31    0.80
2001-02    40    9    31    40    1.00
2002-03    40    22    29    51    1.28
TOTAL    151    48    94    142    0.94
• Was one of three Wildcats named a Second Team All-American in 2002-2003
• Finished career ranked 29th on UNH’s all-time scoring list
• All-Hockey East First Team choice in 2002-03
• Led squad in scoring as a senior with 51 points

Steve Saviano- 2004
Year    GP    G    A    P    PPG
2000-01    16    1    1    2    0.12
2001-02    40    13    14    27    0.67
2002-03    42    9    30    39    0.93
2003-04    41    27    22    49    1.20
TOTAL    139    50    67    117    0.84
• 2004 Hobey Baker Finalist and Walter Brown Award Winner
• His 117 career points at UNH rank tied for 48th on the all-time Wildcat scoring list
• 2004 Hockey East Player of the Year
• Led squad in scoring as a senior with a career-high 49 points

Sean Collins- 2005
Year    GP    G    A    P    PPG
2001-02    40    20    25    45    1.13
2002-03    41    22    8    30    0.73
2003-04    41    16    26    42    1.02
2004-05    42     19    37    56    1.33
TOTAL    164    77    96    173    1.05
• Finished with 173 career points (77g, 96a) tied for 12th on the all-time scoring list, playing in a school-record 164 career games.
• Ranked tied for seventh in the nation with 1.33 points per game in his final season at UNH
• Named to the New England All-Star Team in 2005
• Led squad in scoring as a senior with 56 points
• 2002 Hockey East Rookie of the Year

Brian Yandle- 2005, 2006
Year    GP    G    A    P    PPG
2002-03    31    1    5    6    0.19
2003-04    41    11    17    28    0.68
2004-05    41    13    22    35    0.85
2005-06    38    6    23    29    0.76
TOTAL    151    31    77    98    0.65
•  Was the sixth leading scorer on the Wildcat roster and was the leading point scorer among blueliners with a career-high 35 points (13g, 22a) in his junior year.
• Finished with 98 career points, ranking him third all-time among Wildcat blueliners
• All-Hockey East Second Team choice in 2004-05 and in 05-06
• Named to the New England All-Star Team in 2005 and 2006

Trevor Smith- 2007
Year    GP    G    A    P    PPG
2005-06    39    10    10    20    0.51
2006-07    39    21    22    43    1.10
TOTAL    58    31    32    63    1.08
•  Scored a career-high 43 points (21g, 22a) in 39 games helping UNH to its sixth regular-season title during his sophomore season.
• Finished with 63 career points in just two seasons.
• All-Hockey East First Team choice in 2006-07.
• Named to the New England All-Star Team in 2007

Brad Flaishans- 2008
Year    GP    G    A    P    PPG
2004-05    30    2    8    10    0.33
2005-06    38    2    8    10    0.26
2006-07    39    4    19    23    0.59
2007-08    37    5    19    24    0.65
TOTAL    144    13    54    67    0.46
•  Posted a career-best 24 points his senior season.
•  Named a first-team All-Hockey East choice in 2007-08.
•  Third in Hockey East in defensive scoring and held a team-best +8 rating among defensemen.
•  First team New England All Star.
• Four time Hockey East All-Academic team selection.

Matt Fornataro- 2008
Year    GP    G    A    P    PPG
2004-05    41    8    12    20    0.49
2005-06    38    5    7    12    0.31
2006-07    39    13    27    40    1.02
2007-08    38    18    28    46    1.21
TOTAL    156    44    74    118    0.75
•  A second-team All-Hockey East selection and a New England All Star.
• Led the Wildcats in scoring with 46 points (18g, 28a).
• A captain his senior year, appeared in 156 games and tallied 44 goals and 74 assists for 118 points, which ranks in the top 50 in program history.
• Guy Smith Award winner as Wildcats top offensive

Mike Radja- 2008
Year    GP    G    A    P    PPG
2004-05    42    8    12    20    0.47
2005-06    38    8    9    17    0.45
2006-07    33    19    18    37    1.12
2007-08    36    19    24    43    1.19
TOTAL    149    54    63    117    0.78
• A first-team All-Hockey East selection and a New England All Star
•  Ranked second behind Fornataro in scoring, but led the ‘Cats with 19 goals including his team-best six game-winning goals which ranked fourth nationally.
•  College Hockey Association’s National Player of the Month in February and earned Inside College Hockey’s National Player of the Week on Feb. 11.  led the ‘Cats to an unbeaten mark of 7-0-1 during February.

Kevin Regan- 2008
Year    GP    Sv    GA    Sv%    SO    GAA    W-L-T
2004-05    23    644    50    .928    0    2.35    15-4-2
2005-06    22    604    57    .914    3    2.63    8-8-5
2006-07    35    1025    71    .935    3    2.06    24-9-2
2007-08    32    962    72    .930    3    2.21    23-8-1
TOTAL    112    3235    250    .928    9    2.27    70-29-10
•  2008 Hobey Baker Finalist and Walter Brown Award Winner.
• Unanimous 2008 Hockey East Player of the Year and first-team All-American
• UNH all-time leader in wins (70), saves (3,235), save percentage (.928), minutes played (6598:31), and games played (112).
• Only goaltender in UNH history with back-to-back 20-win seasons

Brian Foster- 2010
Year    GP    Sv    GA    Sv%    SO    GAA    W-L-T
2006-07    7    154    11    .933    2    2.21    2-2-0
2007-08    6    170    19    .899    0    3.06    2-2-2
2008-09    35    935    93    .910    3    2.68    19-11-4
2009-10    38    1128    114    .908    0    2.98    17-4-7
TOTAL    86    2,387    237    .910    5    2.82    40-29-13
•  A 2010 first-team All Hockey East selection and  a New England All Star
• Four time Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week and Two time Goalie of the Month
• Finished in the top five in every 2010 Hockey East goaltending statistical category

Blake Kessel- 2010, 2011
Year    GP    G    A    P    PPG
2008-09    37    6    7    13    0.37
2009-10    38    10    28    38    1.00
2010-11    39    5    22    27    0.69
TOTAL    114    21    57    78    0.68
• UNH’s seventh two-time All-American
• Two-time  first-team All Hockey East selection and  New England All Star
• Ranked second in the nation in 2010 defensive scoring
•Two-time Winner of the Rod Langway Best Defensemen Award

Bobby Butler- 2010
Year    GP    G    A    P    PPG
2006-07    38    9    3    12    0.32
2007-08    38    14    12    26    0.68
2008-09    38    9    21    30    0.79
2009-10    39    29    24    53    1.36
TOTAL    153    61    60    121    0.79

Paul Thompson- 2011
Year    GP    G    A    P    PPG
2007-08    35    6    6    12    0.34
2008-09    28    4    5    9    0.32
2009-10    39    19    20    39    1.00
2010-11    39    28    24    52    1.33
TOTAL    141    57    55    112    0.79

Trevor van Riemsdyk-2013
Year GP G A P PPG
2011-12 37 4 15 19 0.51
2012-13 39 8 25 33 0.85
TOTAL 76 12 40 52 0.68
• Named to the 2011 Hockey East All-Rookie Team
• 2012 All-New England selection
• Ranked third among nation's defensemen in scoring (.885 ppg) in 2012

 

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