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Frozen Four: Getting to know Quinnipiac Bobcats

Quinnipiac Bobcats

Location: Hamden, Conn.

Conference: Eastern College Athletic Conference

This year's record: 31-3-7

U.S. College Hockey Online national ranking: First

Coach: Rand Pecknold, 22nd season (445-263-83)

Leading scorer: Sam Anas (24 goals, 26 assists, 50 points)

Leading goaltender: Michael Garteig (31-2-7, 1.83 goals-against average, .926 save percentage)

NHL players produced: No active NHL players

Notable alumni: Molly Qerim (ESPN anchor, top left), Turk Wendell (former major-league pitcher, bottom left), William C. Weldon (former chairman of Johnson & Johnson)

Frozen Four appearances: 2

National championships: 0

Fast fact: The school spent its first 22 hockey seasons competing at the Division II level until the Bobcats joined the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference in 1998, thus moving into the Division I ranks. Since joining D-I competition, the Bobcats have had 15 20-win seasons.

Kelly Parsons, Times staff writer

Frozen Four: Getting to know Quinnipiac Bobcats 04/06/16 [Last modified: Wednesday, April 6, 2016 9:38pm]
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