Hockey All-Americans

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Forwards

Mike Eaves   Mike Eaves
   Forward 1977, '78
Season GP Goals Assists Pts. PIM
1974-75 38 17 37 54 12
1975-76 34 18 25 43 22
1976-77 45 28 53 81 18
1977-78 43 31 58 89 16
Totals 160 94 173 267 68

First All-American forward for both 1977 and 1978 ... UW's career leading scorer with 267 points ... three-time team captain helped team to 1977 NCAA title ... named WCHA MVP in 1978 ... 1978 Big Ten Medal of Honor winner ... coached 2006 Badgers to NCAA championship ... member of the UW Athletics Hall of Fame ... was selected 13th overall in the 1976 Amateur Draft by the St. Louis Blues ... played 207 games with the Minnesota North Stars from 1979-83 ... skated with the Calgary Flames from 1983-86, making it to the Stanley Cup finals in 1986 ... coached the USA Hockey NTDP team for two years, winning the gold medal at the 2002 IIHF World Under-18 Championship and 2004 World Junior Championships ... began coaching in 1985 with the Calgary Flames (assistant) ... has had coaching positions with the NHL's Pittsburgh Penguins and Philadelphia Flyers, the Helsinki Finnish Elite League, Shattuck (Minn.) St. Mary's High School and the Hershey Bears of the AHL

 

Mark Johnson   Mark Johnson
   Forward 1978, '79
Season GP Goals Assists Pts. PIM
1976-77 43 36 44 80 16
1977-78 42 48 38 86 24
1978-79 40 41 49 90 34
Totals 125 125 131 256 74

Was a two-time first team All-American ... Badgers all-time leading goal scorer with 125 goals in 125 games ... UW's second all-time leading scorer with 256 points in three seasons ... won the 1977 national championship with UW as a freshman and was named WCHA Freshman of the Year ... named 1979 WCHA MVP ... named to the All-Time All-WCHA First Team ... charter member of the UW Athletics Hall of Fame ... led the 1980 Olympic Team in scoring and a gold medal during the "Miracle on Ice" run ... played with USA Hockey teams in 13 international tournaments ... played in NHL for 11 years with the Pittsburgh Penguins, Hartford Whalers, St. Louis Blues, New Jersey Devils and the Minnesota North Stars ... UW men's assistant coach from 1996-2002 ... became UW women's head coach in 2003 and led his team to an NCAA championship in 2006, 2007 and 2009 ... served as head coach of the women's 2010 U.S. Olympic Team

 

John Newberry   John Newberry
   Forward 1982
Season GP Goals Assists Pts. PIM
1980-81 39 30 32 62 77
1981-82 39 38 27 65 42
Totals 78 68 59 127 119

First team All-American in 1982 ... was Wisconsin's first top-10 finalist for the Hobey Baker Award ... 1982 First-Team All-WCHA ... helped the Badgers win the 1981 NCAA Championship with two goals and two assists in title game ... 1981 NCAA All-Tournament Team ... collected school-record 10 game-winning goals in 1981-82 season ... spent four seasons in the NHL between the Montreal Canadians and the Hartford Whalers

 

Patrick Flatley   Patrick Flatley
   Forward 1983
Season GP Goals Assists Pts. PIM
1981-82 33 17 20 37 65
1982-83 43 25 44 69 76
Totals 76 42 64 106 141

NCAA West first team All-American ... 1983 First-Team All-WCHA ... helped the Badgers win the 1983 NCAA Championship ... 1983 NCAA All-Tournament Team ... collected 106 points and 42 goals in just two seasons at Wisconsin ... 1984 Olympian playing for Canada ... skated in 850 games in the NHL with the New York Islanders and New York Rangers from 1983-97

 

Tony Granato   Tony Granato
   Forward 1985, '87
Season GP Goals Assists Pts. PIM
1983-84 35 14 17 31 48
1984-85 42 33 34 67 94
1985-86 32 25 24 49 36
1986-87 42 28 45 73 64
Totals 152 100 120 220 242

Second-Team All-American in 1985 and 1987 ... 1985 and 1987 All-WCHA Second-Team ... fourth on the all-time UW scoring chart with 220 points and third with 100 goals ... 1987 UW team captain ... 1987 finalist for the Hobey Baker Memorial Award ... 1987 WCHA Student-Athlete of the Year ... member of the UW Athletics Hall of Fame ... skated with the US National Team in 1987-88 and played in the 1988 Olympics ... skated 13 NHL seasons (1988-2001) for the New York Rangers, Los Angeles Kings and San Jose Sharks, skating in the 1993 the Stanley Cup finals in 1993 with the Kings ... won the 1997 Bill Masterson Memorial Trophy for his "qualities of perseverance, sportsmanship and dedication to hockey." ... spent two years as head coach for the Colorado Avalanche (2002-04)

 

Paul Ranheim   Paul Ranheim
   Forward 1988
Season GP Goals Assists Pts. PIM
1984-85 42 11 11 22 40
1985-86 31 16 17 33 34
1986-87 42 24 35 59 54
1987-88 44 36 26 62 63
Totals 161 88 89 177 191

NCAA West first-team All-American in 1988 ... 1988 All-WCHA First Team and 1987 All-WCHA Second-Team selection ... ranks 10th on the UW list with 177 career points, while his 88 goals rank sixth ... helped team to 1988 WCHA playoff title as an all-tournament team skater ... skated in 1,046 NHL games during 15 seasons from 1988-2003 for the Calgary Flames, Hartford Whalers, Carolina Hurricanes, Philadelphia Flyers and the Phoenix Coyotes

 

Steve Tuttle   Steve Tuttle
   Forward 1988
Season GP Goals Assists Pts. PIM
1984-85 28 3 4 7 0
1985-86 30 2 10 12 2
1986-87 42 31 21 52 14
1987-88 45 27 39 66 18
Totals 147 63 74 137 34

Second-Team All-American in 1988 ... 1988 All-WCHA Second Team ... led the Badgers with 39 assists and 66 points during 1987-88 ... collected 52 points in 35 WCHA games during 1987-88 to rank ninth on the UW single-season list ... also posted 27 goals in 25 league games in 1986-87 to rank third on the UW single-season list ... chosen in the sixth round, 113th overall in the 1984 NHL Entry Draft ... skated 161 games over three seasons with the St. Louis Blues from 1988-91

 

Gary Shuchuk   Gary Shuchuk
   Forward 1990
Season GP Goals Assists Pts. PIM
1986-87 42 19 11 30 72
1987-88 44 7 22 29 70
1988-89 46 18 19 37 102
1989-90 45 41 39 80 70
Totals 177 85 91 176 314

First team All-American in 1990 ... 1990 WCHA Player of the Year ... assistant captain for the Badgers' 1990 NCAA, WCHA regular-season and playoff championships ... set the record for UW seniors with 41 goals in 1989-90 ... his 80 points are second-most for a UW senior ... 1990 All-WCHA First Team ... skated parts of five seasons in the NHL with the Detroit Red Wings and Los Angeles Kings ... skated with the Kings during their 1993 Stanley Cup Finals run ... also played in the German Elite League

 

Steve Reinprecht   Steve Reinprecht
   Forward 2000
Season GP Goals Assists Pts. PIM
1996-97 38 11 9 20 12
1997-98 41 19 24 43 18
1998-99 38 16 17 33 14
Totals 154 72 90 162 58

NCAA first team All-American in 2000 ... led the nation with 66 points during the 1999-2000 season ... named 2000 WCHA Player of the Year ... was runner-up for the 2000 Hobey Baker Memorial Award ... 2000 All-WCHA First Team and 1998 All-WCHA Second Team selection ... led the Badgers in scoring for three seasons (1998, '99, 2000) ... two-time team captain ... current NHL player since 2000, has skated for the Los Angeles Kings, Colorado Avalanche, Calgary Flames and Phoenix Coyotes ... won 2001 Stanley Cup with Colorado

 

Dany Heatley   Dany Heatley
   Forward 2000, '01
Season GP Goals Assists Pts. PIM
1999-00 38 28 28 56 32
2000-01 39 24 33 57 74
Totals 77 52 61 113 106

First team All-American in 2001 ... Second Team All-American in 2000 ... 2001 finalist for the Hobey Baker Memorial Award ... 2000 All-WCHA First-Team and 2001 All-WCHA Second-Team selection ... second overall pick in the 2000 NHL Entry Draft by the Atlanta Thrashers ... won the Calder Memorial Trophy as NHL rookie of the year in 2002 ... 2006 and 2010 Olympian for Canada ... won gold in 2010 Olympics ... won the bronze medal playing for Canada at the 2000 and 2001 World Junior Championships ... scored four goals in the 2003 NHL All-Star Game and a goal in the shootout as he was awarded as All-Star MVP ... two-time gold medalist with Canada's World Championship team in 2003-04 and silver medalist in 2005

 

Joe Pavelski   Joe Pavelski
   Forward 2006
Season GP Goals Assists Pts. PIM
2004-05 41 16 29 45 26
2005-06 43 23 33 56 34
Totals 84 39 62 101 60

Second-Team All-American in 2006 ... 2006 All-WCHA Second Team and 2005 All-WCHA Rookie Team ... 2006 NCAA Midwest Regional All-Tournament Team ... collected 101 points in 84 games played becoming the ninth Badger to score 100 points through their first two seasons ... tied UW record with four assists in a period at Colorado College on Jan. 14, 2006 ... shared for the national scoring lead among freshmen with 45 points in 2004-05 ... led team, ranked second in the WCHA and fourth in the country with 56 points in 2005-06 ... 205th overall pick of the San Jose Sharks in 2003 NHL Entry Draft ... won silver medal with Team USA at 2010 Olympics

 

Blake Geoffrion   Blake Geoffrion
   Forward 2010
Season GP Goals Assists Pts. PIM
2006-07 36 2 4 6 62
2007-08 36 10 20 30 52
2008-09 35 15 13 28 73
2009-10 40 28 22 50 56
Totals 147 55 59 114 243

First-Team All-American in 2010 ... UW's first Hobey Baker Memorial Award winner ... 2010 First-Team All-WCHA ... 2010 USCHO.com and Insidecollegehockey.com National Player of the Year ... 2010 ESPY nominee for male college athlete of the year ... 2010 Wisconsin Male Athlete of the Year ... 2010 USA Hockey College Player of the Year ... 2010 NCAA West Regional MVP ... 2010 WCHA Final Five All-Tournament Team ... led the nation with 15 power-play goals and was third in the nation with 28 goals in 2010 ... finished UW career with 55 goals and 114 points in 147 games ... 56th overall pick of his hometown Nashville Predators in the 2006 NHL Entry Draft

 

Defensemen

John Jagger   John Jagger
   Defenseman 1970
Season GP Goals Assists Pts. PIM
1968-69 34 11 28 39 12
1969-70 34 5 11 16 6
1970-71 34 6 29 35 14
Totals 102 22 68 90 32

Wisconsin's first All-American made the first team during Wisconsin's first season in the WCHA. ... 1970 and 1971 All-WCHA Second-Team pick ... MVP and at the 1970 Big Ten Tournament ... named to the 1968 Big Ten and Great Lakes All-Tournament Teams ... MVP of the UW freshmen team for 1967-68

 

Jeff Rotsch   Jeff Rotsch
   Defenseman 1972
Season GP Goals Assists Pts. PIM
1969-70 28 1 12 13 26
1970-71 34 1 10 11 36
1971-72 37 6 23 29 38
Totals 99 8 45 53 100

First-Team All-American in 1972 ... co-captained team for 1971-72 season ... helped team to WCHA playoff title and its second NCAA tournament bid, a third-place finish ... Wisconsin first NHL drafted player was taken 112th overall by the St. Louis Blues in 1970

 

Brian Engblom   Brian Engblom
   Defenseman 1975
Season GP Goals Assists Pts. PIM
1973-74 36 10 21 31 54
1974-75 38 13 23 36 58
Totals 74 23 44 67 112

First-Team All-American in 1975 ... the Badgers' first All-WCHA First-Team selection in 1975 ... skated 11 seasons in the NHL with the Montreal Canadiens, Washington Capitals, Los Angeles Kings, Buffalo Sabres and Calgary Flames (1976-84, '86-'87) ... three-time Stanley Cup champion with the Montreal Canadiens (1977, '78, '79) ... NHL plus/minus leader in 1981 ... 1982 NHL Second-Team All-Star ... became an NHL commentator for ESPN and ABC, and now broadcasts hockey on Versus

 

Craig Norwich   Craig Norwich
   Defenseman 1976, '77
Season GP Goals Assists Pts. PIM
1974-75 38 11 34 45 24
1975-76 32 13 27 40 66
1976-77 44 18 65 83 70
Totals 114 42 126 168 160

Wisconsin only two-time First-Team All-American on defense (1976, '77) ... 1977 All-WCHA First-Team and 1976 All-WCHA Second-Team selection ... 1977 NCAA All-Tournament pick in helping team to 1977 NCAA title ... became on of just four UW defensemen to lead the team in points with 83 during 1976-77 ... 1976-77 point total is the WCHA record for defensemen ... school record-holder with 65 assists in 1976-77 ... collected 168 points in just three seasons at Wisconsin to share 16th on the all-time list ... played two seasons for the Cincinnati Stingers of the WHA, before skating two NHL seasons with the Winnipeg Jets, St. Louis Blues and Colorado Rockies (1979-81)

 

Theran Welsh   Theran Welsh
   Defenseman 1980
Season GP Goals Assists Pts. PIM
1977-78 43 10 45 55 28
1978-79 41 7 54 61 70
1979-80 36 7 51 58 24
1980-81 41 10 44 54 52
Totals 161 34 194 228 220

First-Team All-American in 1980 ... 1980 and 1981 All-WCHA Second-Team honoree ... member of Wisconsin's 1981 NCAA title team ... named to the 1981 NCAA All-Tournament Team ... 228 career points rank third on the UW's all-time list ... school and WCHA career leader with 194 assists ... scored at least 50 points in all four seasons at Wisconsin

 

Bruce Driver   Bruce Driver
   Defenseman 1982
Season GP Goals Assists Pts. PIM
1980-81 42 5 15 20 42
1981-82 46 7 37 44 84
1982-83 39 16 34 50 50
Totals 127 28 86 114 176

First-Team All-American in 1982 ... 1982 All-WCHA First-Team and 1983 All-WCHA Second-Team pick ... two-time NCAA champion at Wisconsin, winning in 1981 and captaining the 1983 squad ... member of the 1982 NCAA All-Tournament Team ... 1984 Olympian playing for Canada ... played 15 years and over 1,000 games in the NHL for the New Jersey Devils and New York Rangers ... Stanley Cup champion with the New Jersey Devils in 1995

 

Tim Thomas   Tim Thomas
   Defenseman 1985
Season GP Goals Assists Pts. PIM
1981-82 44 10 18 28 33
1982-83 23 7 7 14 31
1984-85 42 13 50 63 62
1985-86 40 10 38 48 112
Totals 151 41 113 154 248

Second-Team All-American in 1985 ... 1985 All-WCHA First-Team selection ... skated 1983-84 with the U.S. national team, but returned to the Badgers for his final two seasons ... collected 154 points in 151 games to rank fourth all-time among UW Badger defensemen ... his 41 career goals rank second among UW blue liners

 

Paul Stanton   Paul Stanton
   Defenseman 1988
Season GP Goals Assists Pts. PIM
1985-86 34 4 6 10 14
1986-87 41 5 17 22 70
1987-88 45 9 38 47 98
1988-89 45 7 29 36 126
Totals 167 25 90 115 310

First-Team All-American in 1988 ... 1989 All-WCHA First-Team and 1988 All-WCHA Second-Team honoree ... 1988 WCHA Final Five All-Tourney Team during UW's playoff title run ... collected 115 points in 167 games to rank seventh among all-time UW defensemen ... played five years (1990-95) in the NHL with the Pittsburgh Penguins, Boston Bruins and New York Islanders ... two-time Stanley Cup champion with the Penguins (1991, '92) ... went on to play hockey in Germany

 

Sean Hill   Sean Hill
   Defenseman 1991
Season GP Goals Assists Pts. PIM
1988-89 45 2 23 25 69
1989-90 42 14 39 53 78
1990-91 37 19 32 51 122
Totals 124 35 94 129 269

Second-Team All-American in 1991 ... 1991 and 1990 All-WCHA Second-Team Honoree ... 1991 and 1990 WCHA Final Five All-Tournament Team ... holds the UW single-season mark for defensemen with 19 goals in 1990-91 ... member of 1990 NCAA, WCHA regular season and WCHA playoff championship teams ... sixth on the UW all-time scoring list among defensemen with 129 points in 124 games and just three seasons ... 1992 U.S. Olympian ... veteran of seven NHL teams during current 16-year career, including the Montreal Canadiens, Anaheim Ducks, Ottawa Senators, Carolina Hurricanes, St. Louis Blues, Florida Panthers and New York Islanders

 

Barry Richter   Barry Richter
   Defenseman 1993
Season GP Goals Assists Pts. PIM
1989-90 42 13 23 36 26
1990-91 43 15 20 35 42
1991-92 43 10 29 39 62
1992-93 42 14 32 46 74
Totals 170 52 90 162 58

First-Team All-American in 1993 ... 1993 All-WCHA First-Team member ... 1993 team captain ... finished UW career with 156 points to rank third on the all-time UW career list for defensemen ... one of six Badger rear guards to record a hat trick ... 1994 U.S. Olympian ... skated five seasons (1995-97, '98-2001) in the NHL for the New York Rangers, Boston Bruins, New York Islanders and Montreal Canadiens

 

Brian Rafalski   Brian Rafalski
   Defenseman 1995
Season GP Goals Assists Pts. PIM
1991-92 38 3 16 19 40
1992-93 32 0 13 13 10
1993-94 37 6 17 23 26
1994-95 43 11 34 45 48
Totals 150 20 80 100 124

First-Team All-American in 1995 ... 1995 WCHA Defensive Player of the Year ... 1995 All-WCHA First-Team and 1992 All-WCHA Rookie Team honoree ... collected 100 career points in 150 games at Wisconsin ... helped team to WCHA playoff championship in 1995 ... three-time U.S. Olympian, winning a silver medal at the 2002 games ... skated five years in Sweden and Finland before the NHL ... named Finnish Elite League top defenseman (1998, '99) ... two-time Stanley Cup champion with the Devils in 2000 and 2003 ... 1999-2000 member of the NHL All-Rookie Team ... 2004 NHL All-Star game participant ... won a third Cup with the Detroit Red Wings in 2008

 

Jeff Dessner   Jeff Dessner
  Defenseman 2000
Season GP Goals Assists Pts. PIM
1997-98 19 1 3 4 43
1998-99 37 7 14 21 46
1999-00 40 11 16 27 61
2000-01 39 7 12 19 58
Totals 135 26 44 70 216

First-Team All-American in 2000 ... 2000 WCHA Defensive Player of the Year ... 2000 All-WCHA First-Team and 1999 All-WCHA Third-Team choice ... two-time team captain, including tri-captain during 1999-2000 MacNaughton Cup-winning season for WCHA regular-season championship ... posted 70 points in 135 career games at the UW from 1997-2001 ... 1996 seventh-round draft choice of the New York Rangers

 

Tom Gilbert   Tom Gilbert
   Defenseman 2006
Season GP Goals Assists Pts. PIM
2002-03 39 7 13 20 36
2003-04 39 6 15 21 36
2004-05 41 8 9 17 48
2005-06 43 12 19 31 32
Totals 162 33 56 89 152

Second-Team All-American in 2006 ... 2006 All-WCHA First-Team and 2005 All-WCHA Third-Team selection ... 2006 NCAA Frozen Four and NCAA Midwest Regional All-Tournament Team honoree ... scored game-winning goal in UW's 2-1 victory over Boston College in the 2006 NCAA Championship Game ... shared national lead among defensemen with 12 goals in 2006 ... finished career with 89 points in 162 games played ... posted career plus-70 ... 129th overall pick by the Colorado Avalanche in 2002 ... traded to the Edmonton Oilers in 2004 while still at Wisconsin

 

Jamie McBain   Jamie McBain
   Defenseman 2009
Season GP Goals Assists Pts. PIM
2006-07 36 3 15 18 36
2007-08 35 5 19 24 18
2008-09 40 7 30 37 30
Totals 111 15 64 79 84

First-Team All American in 2009 ... 2009 WCHA Player of the Year ... top-10 finalist for the Hobey Baker Memorial Award ... Insidecollegehockey.com Defenseman of the Year ... Wisconsin's top scorer and in a tie for second in the nation among defensemen with 30 assists and 37 points ... fifth Badger blue liner to lead the team in scoring ... first UW defenseman and seventh Badger named WCHA Player of the Year ... eighth Badger named a top-10 Hobey Baker finalist and the first UW defenseman ... second-round draft pick of the Carolina Hurricanes in 2006 (63rd overall) ... finished his Badger playing career with 111 games played, 15 goals, 64 assists and 79 points in three years ... 2009 All-WCHA First-Team ... 2008 All-WCHA Third-Team ... 2008 NCAA Midwest Regional All-Tournament Team ... 2007 All-WCHA Rookie Team

 

Brendan Smith   Brendan Smith
   Defenseman 2010
Season GP Goals Assists Pts. PIM
2007-08 22 2 10 12 26
2008-09 31 9 14 23 75
2009-10 42 15 37 52 76
Totals 95 26 61 87 177

First-Team All American in 2010 ... 2010 WCHA Defensive Player of the Year ... top-10 finalist for the Hobey Baker Memorial Award ... 2010 Collegehockey247.com National Player of the Year ... 2010 NCAA Frozen Four All-Tournament Team ... tied Badger's Bob Poffenroth's NCAA Frozen Four record for single-game assists with five against RIT in 2010 semifinals ... 2010 NCAA West Regional All-Tournament Team ... 2010 All-WCHA First Team ... led nation's defensemen with 15 goals and 52 points ... completed UW career with 26 goals and 87 points in 95 games played ... 27th overall pick of the Detroit Red Wings in the 2007 NHL Entry Draft

 

Jake Gardiner   Jake Gardiner
   Defenseman 2011
Season GP Goals Assists Pts. PIM
2008-09 39 3 18 21 16
2009-10 41 6 7 13 20
2010-11 41 10 31 41 24
Totals 121 19 56 75 60

Second-Team All American in 2011 ... 2011 All-WCHA Second Team ... one of four defensemen in the nation to average at least a point-per-game (1.00) ... ranked second in tha nation among blue liners with 41 points ... 2011 All-USCHO First Team ... 17th overall draft pick of the Anaheim Ducks in 2008 ... traded to the Toronto Maple Leafs at the 2011 NHL trade deadline while still a Badger

 

Justin Schultz   Justin Schultz
   Defenseman 2011
Season GP Goals Assists Pts. PIM
2009-10 43 6 16 22 12
2010-11 41 18 29 47 28
2011-12 37 16 28 44 12
Totals 121 40 73 113 52

First-Team All American in 2011 and 2012 ... 2011 and 2012 WCHA Defensive Player of the Year ... top-10 finalist for the Hobey Baker Memorial Award in 2011 and 2012 ... 2011 Insidecollegheockey.com Defenseman of the Year ... posted 18 goals in 2010-11, the most for any defenseman in the country since 2002-03 ... 2011 and 2012 All-WCHA First Team ... led nation's defensemen with 18 goals and 47 points in 2010-11 and with 16 goals and 44 points in 2011-12 ... led Badgers in scoring in 2011 and goals in 2012 ... 43rd overall pick by the Anaheim Ducks in 2008

 

Goaltenders

Julian Baretta   Julian Baretta
   Goaltender 1977
Season GP GA GAA Svs. PCT SO W L T
1975-76 5 28 5.83 156   0 0 4 0
1976-77 26 75 3.08 712   2 21 2 0
1977-78 33 114 3.46 949   0 20 10 3
1978-79 22 93 4.25 651   0 10 9 3
Totals 86 310 3.89 2468 .888 2 51 25 6

The first Wisconsin goaltender named an All-American with his first-team selection in 1977 ... 1977 All-WCHA First-Team and 1978 All-WCHA Second Team choice ... 1977 NCAA Tournament MVP after leading the team to the 1977 NCAA title ... member of 1977 WCHA regular-season and playoff championships ... 51 career victories shares fifth on the UW all-time list ... drafted 84th overall by the NHL's Los Angeles Kings in 1977

 

Roy Schultz   Roy Schultz
   Goaltender 1980
Season GP GA GAA Svs. PCT SO W L T
1978-79 19 77 4.16 566   1 15 4 0
1979-80 32 139 4.36 1031   1 14 17 1
Totals 51 216 4.29 1597 .881 2 29 21 1

First-Team All-American in 1980 ... 1980 First-Team All WCHA honoree ... Wisconsin's career saves per game leader at 31.9 during his two years at Wisconsin ... shared team's Spike Carlson MVP award for 1979-80 season ... turned pro after second UW season

 

Dean Anderson   Dean Anderson
   Goaltender 1988
Season GP GA GAA Svs. PCT SO W L T
1984-85 36 148 4.29 1036 .875 0 21 13 0
1985-86 20 80 4.25 496 .861 0 13 6 0
1986-87 9 27 3.96 187 .874 0 4 2 0
1987-88 45 148 3.27 1305 .898 2 30 13 2
Totals 110 403 3.82 3024 .882 2 68 34 2

Second-Team All-American in 1988 ... 1988 All-WCHA Second-Team selection ... 1988 WCHA Playoff Tournament MVP to lead Badgers to title ... set UW record with 45 games played during 1987-88 season ... 68 career wins and 30 victories in 1987-88 both rank third in the UW records ... finished his career 68-34-2 ... chosen 11th by the Toronto Maple Leafs in the 1988 NHL Supplemental Draft

 

Curtis Joseph   Curtis Joseph
   Goaltender 1989
Season GP GA GAA Svs. PCT SO W L T
1988-89 38 94 2.49 1061 .919 1 21 11 5
Totals 38 94 2.49 1061 .919 1 21 11 5

Second-Team All-American in 1989 ... in 1989 he became the only player in league history named WCHA Most Valuable Player/Player of the Year and WCHA Rookie of the Year in the same season ... 1989 All-WCHA First-Team honoree ... named to the All-Time All-WCHA Second Team ... a Badger for just one season, Joseph went 21-11-5 with a 2.49 goals-against average and .919 save percentage before leaving for the NHL ... his .919 single-season save percentage ranks second in the UW record book ... Joseph was never drafted, but became one of the top goaltenders in the NHL, playing for St. Louis, Edmonton, Toronto, Detroit and Phoenix during current 17-year professional career ... two-time NHL all-star ... won 2000 King Clancy Memorial Trophy as a player who has "made a noteworthy humanitarian contribution in his community." ... won a gold medal with Canada at the 2002 Olympics and also played at the games in 1998

 

Duane Derksen   Duane Derksen
   Goaltender 1992
Season GP GA GAA Svs. PCT SO W L T
1988-89 11 37 3.96 263 .877 1 4 5 0
1989-90 41 133 3.40 1061 .889 2 31 8 1
1990-91 42 133 3.23 1106 .880 3 24 15 3
1991-92 35 110 3.20 1035 .904 0 21 12 2
Totals 129 413 3.33 3465 .886 6 80 40 6

Second-Team All-American in 1992 ... 1992 WCHA Player of the Year ... 1992 All-WCHA First-Team and 1991 and 1990 All-WCHA Second-Team selection ... placed third in the 1992 Hobey Baker Memorial Award balloting ... 1990 NCAA All-Tournament Team ... 1990 WCHA Playoff All-Tournament Team ... set UW single-season record with 31 victories in 1989-90 ... 80 career victories ranks second on UW all-time list ... 1992 team assistant captain ... Washington Capitals' third-round pick, 57th overall, in the 1988 NHL Entry Draft

 

Kirk Daubenspeck   Kirk Daubenspeck
   Goaltender 1997
Season GP GA GAA Svs. PCT SO W L T
1993-94 7 19 4.07     0 2 2 0
1994-95 42 146 3.51 1224 .893 0 23 15 4
1995-96 39 151 4.01 1159   0 17 20 2
1996-97 33 124 3.86     1 13 18 2
Totals 121 440 3.79 3517 .889 1 55 55 8

Second-Team All-American in 1997 ... 1997 All-WCHA Second Team pick ... 1995 tournament MVP and 1996 WCHA Final Five All-Tournament player ... holds the WCHA record with a 75-save effort in a 1-0, quadruple overtime loss against Colorado College on March 8, 1997, the second-longest game in NCAA Division I history ... team assistant captain in 1996-97 ... UW's Spike Carlson MVP in 1996 and 1997 ... 151st pick by the Philadelphia Flyers in the 1992 NHL Entry Draft

 

Bernd Brückler   Bernd Brückler
   Goaltender 2004
Season GP GA GAA Svs. PCT SO W L T
2001-02 18 50 3.08 549 .917 1 6 8 2
2002-03 24 64 2.83 608 .905 0 9 11 3
2003-04 38 80 2.09 972 .924 4 19 10 8
2004-05 34 80 2.40 852 .914 3 17 12 3
Totals 114 274 2.48 2981 .916 8 51 41 16

First-Team All-American in 2004 ... 2004 All-WCHA First-Team, 2005 All-WCHA Second-Team and 2002 All-WCHA Rookie Team selection ... 2004 NCAA East Regional Most Outstanding Player ... 2004-05 team assistant captain ... 2004 member of Austrian national team at world championships ... 2001 NHL draft pick of the Philadelphia Flyers in the fifth round, 150th overall ... Ranks top-five in UW history with a 2.48 goals-against average and a .916 save percentage ... went on to play professionally in Finland and the KHL in Russia

 

Brian Elliot   Brian Elliot
   Goaltender 2006
Season GP GA GAA Svs. PCT SO W L T
2003-04 6 12 2.14 124 .912 0 3 3 0
2004-05 9 9 1.16 156 .945 3 6 2 1
2005-06 33 52 1.55 783 .938 8 25 5 3
2006-07 36 72 2.10 867 .923 5 15 17 2
Totals 84 145 1.78 2020 .931 16 51 27 6

First-Team All-American in 2006 ... 2006 All-WCHA Second-Team pick ... backstopped the Badgers to their sixth NCAA title, leading the nation in goals-against average, save percentage and victories, while sharing the national lead in shutouts ... posted the greatest statistical season for a Badger goaltender and one of the best in NCAA history ... finished as a top three finalist for the Hobey Baker Award ... 2006 NCAA Midwest Regional Most Outstanding Player ... 2006 NCAA Frozen Four All-Tournament Team member ... posted WCHA-record 269:52 shutout streak in 2006 ... 291st pick by the Ottawa Senators at the 2003 NHL Entry Draft ... played in the NHL for Ottawa and Colorado ... signed with St. Louis prior to 2011-12 season

 

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