Showing posts with label Mike Moran. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Mike Moran. Show all posts

Friday, November 02, 2012

UND vs. BU Lines games 1

UND’s Forward lines

7 Danny Kristo (A)–10 Corban Knight (A)–27 Carter Rowney (A)
21 Brendan O’Donnell– 16 Mark MacMillan–13 Connor Gaarder
9 Drake Caggiula–19 Rocco Grimaldi–17 Colten St. Clair
28 Steph Pattyn–29 Bryn Chyzyk–11 Derek Rodwell

UND Defense Parings

4 Derek Forbort – 24 Jordan Schmaltz
2 Andrew MacWilliam (C) – 5 Nick Mattson
18 Dillon Simpson–20 Joe Gleason

UND Goalies

33 Clarke Saunders
31 Zane Gothberg
Not in lineup: Michael Parks – 15 (injury), Daniel Senkbeil – 8, Coltyn Sanderson – 26, Andrew Panzarella – 22.

Refs: Marco Hunt (15) - Derek Shepherd (3) AR: Andy Dokken (70) - Justin Hills (83) 

Boston University Terriers

Terrier Forward lines

18 Wade Megan (C) – 7 Cason Hohmann – 17 Evab Rodrigues
19 Matt Nieto – 10 Danny O’Regan – 28 Sahir Gill
23 Matt Lane – 9 Wesley Myron – 12 Yasin Cisse’
11 Mike Moran – 15 Ryan Santana – 16 Sam Kurker

Terrier Defense Pairings

21 Sean Escobedo – 6 Alexx Privitera
13 Garrett Noonan – 3 Ahti Oksanen
5 Matt Grzelcyk – 2 Ryan Ruikka (A)  

Terrier Goalies
31 Sean Maguire
29 Matt O’Connor 

Healthy: Scratch Ben Rosen 8.

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Thursday, August 09, 2012

NCHC selects more of their staff

According to Joe Paisley of USCHO the NCHC picked more of their staff yesterday - it will be interesting to see who else is added to the NCHC staff as the year progresses.
Joe Paisley, USCHO.COM --- The administration for the National Collegiate Hockey Conference continues to develop this summer with new additions to the league office staff.

Verna Toller was hired recently as business operations manager while Mike Moran, a former longtime spokesman for the United States Olympic Committee, signed a short-term contract as a media relations consultant, commissioner Jim Scherr said on Wednesday.

“We’re real excited to bring Verna on board,” Scherr said. “Mike’s a good friend who is just down the hall and has extensive experience in media relations.”

Toller was hired in July after spending nine months with the City of Colorado Springs in the real estate services division. From May 2008 to December 2010, she worked for CB Richard Ellis, an international commercial real estate company, first as the real estate services administrator and later as the assistant real estate manager.

Before taking seven years off to raise her three children, she helped start the Grubb and Ellis/Quantum Commercial Group, a Colorado Springs-based affiliate of Grubb & Ellis Company. In her 10 years there, she advanced from receptionist to office manager and to business operations manager.
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