Bowling Green Falcons men's ice hockey


Bowling Green Falcons men's ice hockey

Infobox College Ice Hockey Team
name = Bowling Green Falcons

logo_size = 150px
university = Bowling Green State University
conference = Central Collegiate Hockey Association
conference_short = CCHA
division =
city = Bowling Green
stateabb = OH
state = Ohio
coach = Scott Paluch
tenure = 5th
arena = BGSU Ice Arena
capacity = 5,000
nickname = Falcons
color1 = Orange
color2 = Brown
color3 =
hex1 = FF7300
hex2 = 613005
hex3 =
NCAAchampion = 1984
NCAAfrozenfour = 1978, 1984
NCAAtourneys = 1977, 1978, 1979, 1982, 1984, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990
conference_tournament = 1973, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1988
conference_season = 1976, 1978, 1979, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1987

The Bowling Green Falcons ice hockey team is the hockey team that represents Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio. The school's team currently competes in the Central Collegiate Hockey Association. The team last played in the NCAA Men's Division I Ice Hockey Tournament in 1990. The Falcons have won one Frozen Four NCAA Division I championship, coming in 1984, defeating the Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs in the longest championship game in the tournaments history. The current men's head coach is former Falcons player Scott Paluch.

eason-by-season results

"This is a partial list of the last five seasons completed by the Falcons. For the full season-by-season history, see Bowling Green Falcons men's ice hockey seasons"

"Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, OTL = Overtime Losses"

Records as of March 29, 2008.

Award winners

National

Hobey Baker Award winners

*1995: Brian Holzinger
*1982: George McPhee

Hobey Baker Award finalists

*2005: Jordan Sigalet
*1990: Rob Blake, Nelson Emerson
*1989: Nelson Emerson
*1988: Nelson Emerson
*1983: Brian Hills
*1982: Brian Hills

All-Americans

*1994-95: Brian Holzinger, Kelly Perrault
*1993-94: Jeff Wells
*1989-90: Rob Blake, Nelson Emerson
*1988-89: Greg Parks
*1987-88: Nelson Emerson, Scott Paluch
*1986-87: Greg Kruzich
*1985-86: Greg Kruzich, Jamie Wansbrough
*1983-84: Gary Galley, Dan Kane
*1982-83: Brian Hills
*1981-82: Brian Hills, Brian MacLellan, George McPhee
*1977-78: Ken Morrow

Olympians

*2006: Rob Blake (Canada)
*2002: Rob Blake (Canada)
*1998: Rob Blake (Canada)
*1994: Pierrick Maia (France), Greg Parks (Canada),:::Brian Stankiewicz (Austria)
*1992: Kevin Dahl (Canada)
*1988: Brian Stankiewicz (Austria)
*1980: Ken Morrow (United States), Mark Wells (United States)
*1976: Bob Dobek (United States), Doug Ross (United States)

Central Collegiate Hockey Association

Coach of the Year

*1994-95: Buddy Powers
*1981-82: Jerry York
*1978-79: Ron Mason
*1977-78: Ron Mason
*1975-76: Ron Mason

Player of the Year

*1994-95: Brian Holzinger
*1982-83: Brian Hills
*1981-82: George McPhee
*1978-79: Ken Morrow
*1977-78: John Markell
*1976-77: Mike Liut

Tournament MVP

*1988: Paul Connell
*1983: Mike David

School records

Career

*Most goals in a career: Jamie Wansbrough, 127 (1982–86)
*Most assists in a career: Nelson Emerson, 182 (1986–90)
*Most points in a career: Nelson Emerson, 294 (1986–90)
*Most penalty minutes in a career: Matt Ruchty, 474 (1987–91)
*Most points in a career, defenseman: Scott Paluch, 169 (1984–88)
*Most wins in a career, Gary Kruzich, 88 (1983–87)
*Most shutouts in a career, Tyler Masters, 7 (1999–03)

eason

Players
*Most goals in a season: Bob Dobek, 44 (1973–74)
*Most assists in a season: Bob Dobek/Paul Ysebaert, 58 (1974–75)/(1986–87)
*Most points in a season: Brian Hills, 94 (1982–83)
*Most points in a season, defenseman: Garry Galley, 67 (1983–84)
*Most wins in a season: Wally Charko, 32 (1978–79)
*Most shutouts in a season: Tyler Masters, 3 (2000–01)
*Most power play goals in a season: Don Barber, 21 (1986–87)Team
*Most wins in a season: 37 (1978–79)
*Most overtime games in a season: 11 (1991–92)/(2003–04)
*Longest overall unbeaten streak: 23 (11/10/1978–1/6/1979)

Game

Player
*Most goals in a game: Mike Hartman/Jack Laine/Jamie Wansbrough, 5 (vs SUNY-Buffalo, 2/20/1976)/(vs Ohio State, 2/25/1977)/(vs Notre Dame, 3/4/1983)
*Most assists in a game: Brian Hills, 7 (vs Ferris State, 1/15/1982)
*Most points in a game: Mike Hall, 8 (vs Alaska-Fairbanks, 11/23/1995)Team
*Most goals in a game: 15, 4 times (last time: vs Illinois-Chicago, 1/29/1983)
*Most goals in a period: 10 (vs SUNY-Buffalo, 2/20/1976 & vs Notre Dame, 11/26/1982)
*Most assists in a period: 18 (vs SUNY-Buffalo, 2/20/1976)

See also

*Bowling Green Falcons
*Central Collegiate Hockey Association

External links

* [http://bgsufalcons.cstv.com/sports/m-hockey/bgu-m-hockey-body.html Official sit of Bowling Green Falcons ice hockey]


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