Cornell University Hockey

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Arcadia Publishing, 2004 - History - 128 pages
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Few schools, if any, have a reverence for their history as Cornell University does for its hockey program. The tradition is largely a winning one, punctuated by the only perfect season of the modern era, a 29-0 mark in the 1969-1970 season. Started on a frozen pond in 1900, Cornell hockey was revitalized in the late 1950s with the completion of the campus's first indoor facility, Lynah Rink. Since then, names like Ken Dryden, Ned Harkness, Lance Nethery, Joe Nieuwendyk, Daren Eliot, Mike Schafer, and David LeNeveu have won championship after championship. Their stories are recounted in Cornell University Hockey.

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About the author (2004)

Adam Wodon has covered Cornell hockey since 1988, including time as the radio voice of the Big Red. His national college hockey credentials include work as a news editor and columnist for U.S. College Hockey Online and as a college hockey reporter and analyst for ESPN and College Sports Television. Arthur Mintz became a fan as a Cornell undergraduate during the Ned Harkness era, wrote a sports column for the Ithaca Times for seventeen years, and has been Lynah Rink's public address announcer since 1987.

will read: with research by Arthur Mintz

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