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Princeton Men's Hockey Alumni Report
By: Princeton Athletic Communications
          Release: 05/17/2006
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National Hockey League Players | 2010-11 Roster of Professionals | Princeton and the NHL Draft | All-Time Pros | National Teams

National Hockey League Players

Princeton's presence in the National Hockey League continued in the 2009-10 season as the Tigers had three players appear at the NHL level during the season. Darroll Powe '07 appeared in the Stanley Cup finals with the Philadelphia Flyers. Powe, who became the first Tiger to appear in a Stanley Cup final series, played in his second season for the Flyers and scored nine goals and added six assists for 15 points in 63 games. He also played in all 23 Flyer playoff games and garnered one point, an assist in the opening game of the Stanley Cup Finals in Chicago.

Powe was one of three Tigers to appear in the NHL in the 2009-10 season and was joined by Jeff Halpern '99 and George Parros '03 playing at the top level of pro hockey. Halpern completed his 10th NHL season with the Los Angeles Kings after bring traded from Tampa Bay to the West Coast at the trade deadline. Halpern totaled nine goals and 10 assists for 20 points in 71 games between the two teams. Halpern has 131 goals and 185 assists for 316 points in 720 career games in the NHL.

Parros completed his fifth season in the NHL and his fourth with the Anaheim Ducks, the team with which he won a Stanley Cup in 2007. Parros name appears on the cup and he appeared in the playoffs, but not in the Cup Finals. This season Parros had four goals in 57 games played. Last season Kevin Westgarth '07 made his NHL debut with the Los Angeles Kings, playing in nine games. Westgarth played the full 2009-10 season in the AHL with the Manchester Monarchs.

Off the ice, Brent Flahr '96 has established himself as a prominent player in the NHL's upper management. Named the Assistant General Manager of the Minnesota Wild in July of 2009, Flahr has 15 years of experience working in an NHL front office. Along with his year in Minnesota, Flahr served as the Director of Hockey Operations with Ottawa for two years and spent four years as an amateur scout in the Anaheim Ducks organization, where he was a part of the team that won the 2007 Stanley Cup. Flahr spent 1996 to 2003 with the Florida Panthers in a variety of positions, including Assistant to the General Manager, and Scouting and Video Coordinator.

Chris Corrinet ’01, a Capitals’ fourth-round draft choice in 1998, appeared in eight NHL games in the 2001-02 season and tallied an assist. During that time, him and Halpern became the first Princeton alums to appear in the same NHL game as teammates.

Princeton classmates Andre Faust ’92 and Mike McKee ’92 became the first two Princeton alums to play on opposing teams in an NHL game.
McKee’s Quebec Nordiques defeated Faust’s Philadelphia Flyers 6-4 in Quebec City in January 1994. McKee scored a goal for the Nordiques, while Faust had an assist for the Flyers. Faust (NHL totals: 47gp, 10g, 7a) became the first Princeton graduate to score in the NHL, posting a goal in his first game. He later spent time in the Winnipeg Jets farm system. McKee (NHL totals: 48gp, 3g, 12a) had a regular shift on the blue line for the Nordiques after being called up from Cornwall of the AHL in November 1993. He finished the season with 15 points.

The two players were not the first Princetonians to skate in an NHL game, however. Ed Lee ’84 played two games (no points) for the Nordiques in 1984-85. Syl M. Apps ’70, the father of the Syl Apps ’99, played freshman hockey at Princeton before enjoying a 10-year pro career with stops in New York, Los Angeles and Pittsburgh. Apps (NHL totals: 727gp, 183g, 423a) was an NHL All-Star Game MVP and later elected to the Penguins Hall of Fame.

All-Time NHL Roster

Syl Apps '70: New York Rangers (1970-71), Pittsburgh (1971-78), Los Angeles (1978-80)
Chris Corrinet '01: Washington (2001-02)
Andre Faust '92: Philadelphia (1992-94)
Jeff Halpern '98: Washington (1999-06), Dallas (2006-07), Tampa Bay (2007-10), Los Angeles (2010), Montreal (2010-present)
Ed Lee '84: Quebec (1984-85)
Mike McKee '92: Quebec (1993-94)
Mike Moore '08: San Jose (2010-present)
George Parros '03: Los Angeles (2005-06), Colorado (2006), Anaheim (2006-present)
Darroll Powe '07: Philadelphia (2008-present)
Kevin Westgarth '07: Los Angeles (2008-present)

Princeton's 2010-11 Roster of Professionals

National Hockey League

Jeff Halpern
Montreal Canadiens
Status: Signed through 2010-11 with Montreal

Mike Moore
San Jose Sharks
Status: Signed through 2011-12 with San Jose

George Parros
Anaheim Ducks
Status: Signed through 2011-12 with Anaheim

Darroll Powe
Philadelphia Flyers
Status: Signed through 2010-11 with Philadelphia

Kevin Westgarth
Los Angeles Kings
Status: Signed through 2011-12 with Los Angeles

North American Minor Leagues

Matt Arhontas
Reading Royals (ECHL)

Taylor Fedun
Oklahoma City Oil Barons (AHL)
Status: Signed through 2012-13 with Edmonton

Matt Godlewski
Trenton Devils (ECHL)

Grant Goeckner-Zoeller
Neuilly-sur-Marne (France2)

Kyle Hagel
Rockford Icehogs (AHL)

Zane Kalemba
Binghamton Senators (AHL)
Elmira Jackals (ECHL)
Reading Royals (ECHL)
Stockton Thunder (ECHL)**
Victoria Salmon Kings (ECHL)
Missouri Mavericks (CHL)

Cam MacIntyre
Worcester Sharks (AHL)
Status: Signed through 2011-12 with San Jose

Mark Magnowski
Bakersfield Condors (ECHL)
Rio Grande Valley Killer Bees (CHL)**

Daryl Marcoux
Stockton Thunder (ECHL)

Jody Pederson
Worcester Sharks (AHL)
Elmira Jackals (ECHL)
Stockton Thunder (ECHL)**

Alan Reynolds
Trenton Devils (ECHL)

Cam Ritchie
Victoria Salmon Kings (ECHL)

Steve Slaton
Fischtown Pinguins (Germany2)

Dustin Sproat
Cincinnati Cyclones (ECHL)

Brett Wilson
Rio Grande Valley Killer Bees (CHL)

** Denotes Current Team

Princeton and the NHL Draft

The Princeton men's hockey team has seen 23 of its players drafted in the National Hockey League's entry draft since the draft began in 1963. Additionally, two Tigers were been selected in the supplemental draft, which occured up until 1994 when the draft rules were adjusted to include certain college players.

Below is a list of all of Princeton's entry draft picks since 1963.

Year Player NHL Team
21 4 1964 Syl M. Apps '70
New York Rangers
Ed Lee '84
Quebec Nordiques
95 4 1993 Jason Smith '96 Calgary Flames
107 4 1998 Chris Corrinet '01 Washington Capitals
Ron Dennis '83
Toronto Maple Leafs
129 7 1989 Keith Merkler '93 Toronto Maple Leafs
159 8 1989 Sverre Sears '93 Philadelphia Flyers
168 8 1985 Nate Smith '90 Calgary Flames
168 9 1983 Cliff Abrecht '86 Toronto Maple Leafs
173 9 1989 Andre Faust '92 New Jersey Devils
191 7 2009 Michael Sdao '13 Ottawa Senators
197 8 1994 Chris Patrick '98 Washington Capitals
201 13 1975 Paul Dionne '76
New York Rangers
205 10 1988 Jeff Kampersal '92 New York Islanders
207 10 1987 Andy Cesarski '91 St. Louis Blues
218 14 1978 Jim Farrell '81
St. Louis Blues
222 8 1999 George Parros '03 Los Angeles Kings
223 11 1991 Jonathan Kelley '96 Toronto Maple Leafs
Kevin Sullivan '90
Hartford Whalers
233 9 1995 Steven Shirreffs '99 Calgary Flames
242 12 1988 Dan Slatalla '92 Hartford Whalers
Sean Gorman '91
Boston Bruins
Matt Maglione '04
Washington Capitals
1 1* 1990 Mike McKee '92 Quebec Nordiques
9 1* 1994 Jacques Joubert '94 Dallas Stars

*Supplemental Draft Picks

Princeton's All-Time List of Professionals (Through the 2009-10 Season)

League (Teams)
Cliff Abrecht '86
AHL (St. Catherines, Newmarket, Baltimore)

IHL (Milwaukee)
Michael Acosta '99 ECHL (Reading)
Syl Apps '99 AHL (St. John's, Norfolk, Springfield)

ECHL (Jackson, Trenton)
Scott Bertoli '99 AHL (Lowell, Saint John, Norfolk)
  ECHL (Trenton)
Matt Brush '98 ECHL (Florida)
  BNL (Peterborough)
Shane Campbell '01 ECHL (Columbia, Greensboro)
Brian Carthas '06 GerOBL (Klostersee)
Dave Clark '83 ACHL (Virginia)

BNL (Peterborough)
Chris Corrinet '01 NHL (Washington)
  AHL (Portland, Philadelphia, Worcester)

ECHL (Victoria)
Max Cousins '07 GerOBL (Miesbach)
David Del Monte '02 ECHL (Lexington, Toledo, Wheeling, Greensboro)

Italy (Fassa, Egna)
  GerOBL (Bremerhaven)
Tim Driscoll '87 AHL (Maine, Baltimore)
Andre Faust '92
NHL (Philadelphia)

AHL (Hershey, Springfield)
  DEL (Augsburg, Cologne)
  SEL (Farjestads)
John Fust '94 Swiss (Langnau, Ambri-Piotta, Morges)
Jason Given '99 CHL (Columbus)
Grant Goeckner-Zoeller '07 ECHL (Augusta, Dayton, Fresno)
  CHL (Rio Grande Valley)
Sean Gorman '91 AHL (Providence)
  IHL (Kansas City)
  CHL (Oklahoma City, Fort Worth)
Kyle Hagel '08 AHL (Rochester, Rockford)
  ECHL (Fresno, Reading, Las Vegas)
Jeff Halpern '99 NHL (Washington, Dallas, Tampa Bay, Los Angeles)
  AHL (Portland)
  Swiss (Kloten, Ajoie)
Jackson Heglund '99 CHL (Columbus)
  ECHL (Dayton, Arkansas)
  Japan (Nikko)
Ron High '91 ECHL (Nashville)
  CoHL (Flint)
Scott Howe '87 BHL (Ayr, Medway, Southampton)
Lee Jubinville '09 CHL (Texas)
Zane Kalemba '10 AHL (Norfolk)
Jeff Kampersal '92 AHL (Capital District)
  ECHL (Richmond)
Jonathan Kelley '96 AHL (Providence)
  ECHL (Tallahassee)
James Konte '96 ECHL (Louisville)
Mervin Kopeck '95 CHL (Oklahoma City)
  WPHL (Arkansas)
  Germany (Timmendorf, Miesbach)
Paul Krepelka '90 ECHL (Hampton Roads)
Brandan Kushniruk '09 ECHL (Idaho)
Kirk Lamb '01 ECHL (Trenton)
Ross Lambert '82 AHL (Moncton, Nova Scotia)
  IHL (Muskegon)
  Germany (Geretsried)
  BHL (Medway, Humberside, Bracknell, Nottingham, Newcastle)
Ed Lee '84 NHL (Quebec)
  AHL (Fredericton, Springfield)
  IHL (Indianapolis)
  Germany (Ahaus)
  BHL (Humberside)
Matt Maglione '04 ECHL (Pee Dee, Greenville, Wheeling, Trenton)
Mark Magnowski '10 ECHL (Victoria)
Daril Marcoux '07 ECHL (Trenton, Fresno, Stockton)
Dave Marotta '84 Italy (Fassa)
Casson Masters '98 ECHL (San Diego, Tacoma)
  BISL (Bracknell, Nottingham)
Neil McCann '03 GerOBL (Riessersee)
  EIHL (Edinburgh)
Mike McKee '92 NHL (Quebec)
  AHL (Halifax, Cornwall)
  ECHL (Greensboro)
John Messuri '89 AHL (Maine)
  ECHL (Johnstown)
  CoHL (Flint)
Mike Moore '08 AHL (Worcester)
Benoit Morin '00 AHL (Lowell)
  ECHL (Trenton)
Sean Murphy '91 BHL (Solent)
Patrick Neundorfer '06 ECHL (Trenton)
  (GerOBL) Rosenhim, Miesbach
Keith O'Brien '97 WPHL/CHL (Austin)
Sean O'Brien '94 AHL (Philadelhia, Syracuse)
  IHL (Houston, Utah, Las Vegas, Houston, Phoenix)
  ECHL (Richmond, Tallahassee)
  RHI (Anaheim)
  FNL (Tappara)
  Italy (Vipiteno)
J.P. O'Connor '97 AHL (Hershey)
  IHL (Cleveland)
  ECHL (Chesapeake, Jackson, Mobile, Gwinnett)
  WCHL (Long Beach)
George Parros '03 NHL (Los Angeles, Colorado, Anaheim)
  AHL (Manchester)
  ECHL (Reading)
Brad Parsons '02 AHL (Portland, Albany)
  ECHL (South Carolina, Florida)
  FNL (Helsinki)
Jody Pederson '10 AHL (Providence)
Darroll Powe '07 NHL (Philadelphia)
  AHL (Philadelphia)
Christian Read '07 SPHL (Richmond)
  Germany (Miesbach)
Josh Roberts '02 ECHL (Trenton)
Erasmo Saltarelli '98 AHL (Springfield, Norfolk)
  ECHL (Chespaeake, Tallahassee, Greensboro, Augusta)
  UHL (Broome County)
  CHL (Fort Worth)
David Schneider '02 AHL (Norfolk)
  ECHL (Trenton)
  FNL (Turku, Hameenlinna)
  SEL (Stockholm)
Sverre Sears '93 IHL (Detroit, Minnesota, Los Angeles, Houston)
  ECHL (Greensboro, Erie, Baton Rouge, Knoxville)
  CHL (Tulsa)
  CoHL (Flint)
  BHL (Blackburn)
Sean Sherman '82 BHL (Peterborough)
Steve Shirreffs '99 AHL (Portland, Cleveland)
  ECHL (Hampton Roads, Reading)
  FNL (Karpat, Assat Pori)
Robbie Sinclair '98 AHL (St. John's)
  ECHL (Louisiana, Wheeling, Baton Rouge, Pensacola)
  CHL (Columbus)
Steve Slaton '04 ECHL (Greensboro, Columbia, Texas, Gwinnett)
  Germany (Kaubeuren, Hannover)
Jason Smith '96 AHL (Saint John)
Nate Smith '90 ECHL (Richmond)
Dustin Sproat '05 AHL (Milwaukee)
  ECHL (Reading, Fresno, Cincinnati)
Dave Stathos '02 FNL (Helsinki, Pelicans)
  SEL (Skelleftea)
Neil Stevenson-Moore '05 EIHL (Edinburgh)
Kevin Sullivan '90 IHL (Kansas City)
  ECHL (Nashville, Richmond)
Kelly Szautner '88 ECHL (Erie)
Craig Tresham '79 AHL (Springfield)
Dave Tweedy '81 BHL (Richmond, Chelmsford, Harringway)
Brett Westgarth '07 AHL (Syracuse, Iowa, Worcester, Bridgeport)
  IHL (Flint)
Kevin Westgarth '07 NHL (Los Angeles)
  AHL (Manchester)
Brett Wilson '09 ECHL (Trenton, Johnstown)
Seamus Young '06 ECHL (Trenton, Victoria, Wheeling)
Matt Zolinskas '93 WCHL (San Diego)
  CoHL (Flint, Brantford, Utica)
  BHL (Blackburn)
  Holland (Heerenveen)

National Teams

Hank Bothfeld
United States
World Championships 1955
Gerald Hallock United States Olympic Winter Games 1932 (Silver)
Jeff Halpern
United States World Championships 2000, 2001, 2004 (Bronze), 2005, 2008
    World Cup of Hockey
Jacques Joubert United States World Junior Championships 1995
Fred Kammer United States Olympic Winter Games 1936 (Bronze)
Ed Lee
United States World Championships 1983
    World Junior Championships 1981
Robert Livingston
United States Olympic Winter Games 1932 (Silver)
Casson Masters Canada World Championships 1999
Malcolm McAlpin
United States
Olympic Winter Games 1936 (Bronze)
John McBride United States World Championships 1961
Christopher Rodgers United States Olympic Winter Games 1948
David Schneider United States World Championships 2006
James Sloane United States Olympic Winter Games 1948