INCH'S INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE HOCKEY
Names You'll Recognize

Chris Bourque: Boston University freshman forward and hero of this year’s recently completed Beanpot Tournament is the son of five-time Norris Trophy winner and newly inducted Hall of Fame defenseman Raymond Bourque.

Ted Donato: Donato, who played nearly 800 NHL regular-season games during his 13-year career, is in his first year as head coach at his alma mater, Harvard.

Al Montoya: Michigan goaltender led U.S. team to its first-ever gold medal at the 2004 World Junior Championship in Finland and was taken by the New York Rangers with the sixth overall pick in last year’s NHL Entry Draft.

Dave Poulin: Another head coach now at his alma mater, the Notre Dame graduate played 12 seasons with the Flyers, Bruins and Capitals and won the Selke Trophy as the NHL’s best defensive forward in 1987.

Paul Stastny: The forward, who skates for defending national champion Denver, ranks fourth among NCAA freshman with 31 points. His father, Peter, scored 1,239 points for Quebec, New Jersey and St. Louis during his Hall of Fame career and was 1981 NHL Rookie of the Year.

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