1989/90

Team Roster & Stats - AUAA 1990/91

1991/92

Name:Red Devils
Record:12-11-3
Head Coach:Mike Johnston
Asst. Coach:Mark Jeffrey
Captain & Asst.:Murray Nystrom with Hugh Hospodar, Costa Papista & Dominic Niro
Staff:Jamie Perry & Scott Eustace

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Coach Johnston
Coach Johnston
Coach Johnston
Chris Somers
Chris
Somers
Chris
Somers
Scott MacDonald
Scott
MacDonald
Scott
MacDonald
Murray Nystrom
Murray
Nystrom
Murray
Nystrom
Ken Murchison
Ken
Murchison
Ken
Murchison
Jamie Colvin
Jamie
Colvin
Jamie
Colvin
Rob Boldon
Rob
Boldon
Rob
Boldon

Mike Johnston was back in charge with UNB in the AUAA. He had most of his best players back from 89-90, but he did lose Jamie Lehman (Sweden), Brian Clark, Serge Ouimette and Mike Sutherland who had been strong performers. Only a few new players were added, with Troy Binnie, Joey McTamney, Clyde Simmons and Karl Taylor being strong newcomers. Binnie only played ten games (5-5) and opted to return to the Ottawa 67's (OHL).

The Red Devils got off to a fine start (6-2-3), but finished off 6-9 in their last 15 games to finish 12-11-3 for third place in the MacAdam Division just ahead of St. Thomas (10-14-2). UNB had a 3-0-1 record against STU that more than made a difference in the standings.

The Devils got solid goaltending from Chris Somers and Scott MacDonald, but couldn't score as much as the stronger teams. Nobody made the top ten scorers, but Tom Gemmell (18-19) was close. Good seasons were had by Murray Nystrom (9-21), Joey McTamney (10-17), Ken Murchison (10-15) and Jamie Colvin (12-8), while Rob Boldon (3-16) was tops in defense.

In the playoffs UNB tangled with University of Moncton and surprised UDM with a 6-2 win in games one, paced by Joey McTamney with a pair of goals and assists and a a three point night (1-2) by Murray Nystrom; Game two resulted in a 5-4 win by Moncton, so the two teams had to play overtime to decide the series and it took 48 minutes of overtime before UDM got the big goal. Murray Nystrom had a pair of goals in this one and goalie Chris Somers picked up an assist for the second straight game.

Ernie Fitsimmons, The History of Hockey in Fredericton: Volume 4 (pg. 198)

(note: in a cost saving measure, the first round of the AUAA playoffs was a best of two(2) at the higher seed's rink. If the series was tied after two games - a ten(10) minute game three would be played immediatly after game two. If game three ended in a tie, the ice would be cleaned and it would go to 20min OT periods until a team won the mini-game and the series. UdeM scored with 2min left in the second 20-min OT period, 10-20-18=48 on top of the 60min already played for a total of 108min).

Reg. Season
Name GP G A Pts PIM
Troy Binnie 10 5 5 10 14
Rob Boldon 26 3 16 19 26
Hollis Chamberlain 23 4 8 12 30
Gord Christian 23 7 10 17 53
Jamie Colvin 26 12 8 20 26
Dominic Deluca 12 1 4 5 14
Shane Easter 23 3 5 8 42
Tom Gemmell 26 18 19 37 22
Hugh Hospodar 23 5 6 11 49
Steve Kippen 20 7 4 11 4
Jim Landine 20 6 6 12 6
Jason Lessif 8 1 0 1 0
Scott MacDonald 26 0 0 0 4
Mark MacSween 6 1 1 2 6
Joey MacTamney 26 10 17 27 34
Ken Murchison 24 10 15 25 68
Dominic Niro 24 9 8 17 78
Murray Nystrom 23 9 21 30 60
John Osborne 10 1 0 1 0
Costa Papista 20 1 6 7 104
Derek Scanlan 26 0 7 7 12
Clyde Simmons 26 8 11 19 46
Chris Somers 26 0 2 2 6
Mike Sutherland 4 0 0 0 8
Karl Taylor 12 0 2 2 43
Brian Wilson 26 0 7 7 36

Goalie Stats

NameTypeGamesGoalsAssistsPointsPMTot. Min.Tot. Game(s)GAA
Scott MacDonaldL 26 0 0 0 4 602 10 games and 2 min.4.38
Chris SomersL 26 0 2 2 6 974 16 games and 14 min.4.19
Total-League 1576 26 games and 16 min.

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