CCHA All-Time Teams Announced

Submitted by Blue In NC on March 15th, 2013 at 1:19 PM

The CCHA announced its all time teams: 

http://www.ccha.com/ccha_names_all-time_team.aspx

 

Name, Lettered Pos. School GP G A Pts
George McPhee, 1978-82 F Bowling Green 153 114 153 267
Kip Miller, 1986-90 F Michigan State 176 118 143 261
Brendan Morrison, 1993-97 F Michigan 155 102 182 284
Wayne Gagne, 1983-87 D Western Michigan 162 42 199 241
Andy Greene, 2002-06 D Miami 159 27 87 114
CCHA All-Time Team

FIRST TEAM

Name, Lettered Pos. School W-L-T GAA SV%
Ryan Miller, 1999-02 G Michigan State 73-18-12 1.54 .941
Name, Lettered Pos. School GP G A Pts
Jim Dowd, 1987-91 F Lake Superior 181 91 183 274
Nelson Emerson, 1986-90 F Bowling Green 178 112 182 294
Bill Joyce, 1976-80 F Northern Michigan 130 112 143 255
John-Michael Liles, 1999-03 D Michigan State 162 44 94 138
Ken Morrow, 1975-79 D Bowling Green 154 34 92 126

SECOND TEAM

Name, Lettered Pos. School W-L-T GAA SV%
Mike Liut, 1973-77 G Bowling Green 53-27-1 3.35 .888

Congrats to Brendan Morrison.  My question - Where is Turco, 2-time national champion and NCAA all-time wins leader?

Comments

Alton

March 15th, 2013 at 2:01 PM ^

Fair enough, but I don't think non-CCHA players should be here; at that point we would have to argue that Red Berenson (as a player), Wally Grant and Willard Ikola should be on the list.

This list is not "best CCHA players ever," it is "former CCHA players who had the best post-college careers ever."  Seriously, Ken Morrow?  Mike Liut?  Please.

Ccapilla

March 15th, 2013 at 3:51 PM ^

Felsner was the first name that came to mind when I saw the thread title. I'm a little biased, having grown up on the same street/canal but still. The guy is and was an absolute legend.

And I also agree with questioning how Marty got excluded.....

Gordon

March 15th, 2013 at 3:07 PM ^

...Ferris State wanted one of their guys to be in the 1st team, the seventh guy out there, but the CCHA caught the move and didn't allow it.