ALL-TIME PENN QUAKERS ICE HOCKEY RESULTS

  1977-78 (Bob Finke)
11/12      White & Blue Scrimmage  5-7
11/15 vs. Merrimack  W 4-2
11/18 @ *Yale L 3-4
11/20 vs. +Boston College  L 6-7 (WXPN)
11/27 @ Ohio State  W 4-2
11/28 @ Ohio State  L 2-7
12/03 @ *Harvard  L 3-6
12/06 vs. *Princeton T 2-2
12/10 vs. +Northeastern W 7-5
12/30 @ +New Hampshire L 5-7
01/06 @ St. Louis  L 4-5
01/08 @ St. Louis  L 2-6
01/11 @ +Providence L 1-10
01/14 @ +Colgate  W 7-4
01/18 vs. +Vermont  L 4-5 (WXPN)
01/21 @ *Dartmouth L 5-11
01/28 @ *Cornell L 2-11
02/01 vs. +Colgate L 3-7
02/04 @ *Brown T 3-3
02/10 vs. *Brown W 4-3
02/11 vs. *Yale W  4-0
02/17 vs. *Harvard W 4-3 (WXPN)
02/18 vs. *Dartmouth  L 2-5
02/24 vs. +St. Lawrence  L 4-7
02/25 vs. +Clarkson L 3-7
02/28 @ *Princeton L 5-8 (WXPN)
03/04 vs. *Cornell L 5-8 (UTV-13, WXPN)
  7-17-2 Overall  98-145; 5-14-2 ECAC Division One  82-123; 3-7-2 Ivy League 42-64

  1976-77 (Bob Finke)
11/06       Red & White Scrimmage  4-4
11/19 vs. *Yale L 2-3

11/20 vs. +Providence L 0-7
11/28 vs. Ohio State W 5-3
11/29 vs. Ohio State W 7-6
12/04 @ *Harvard  L 2-6
12/07 vs. *Princeton W 3-2
12/28 vs. +Clarkson L 3-12 @ Troy, NY (RPI Tournament)
12/29 vs. +Yale L 3-5 @ Troy, NY (RPI Tournament)
12/30 @ +RPI  L 4-5 (RPI Tournament)
01/06 @ +Boston College W 9-7
01/08 @ +Northeastern W 5-2
01/14 @ +St. Lawrence L 4-6
01/15 @ +Clarkson L 4-7
01/22 @ *Dartmouth  L 4-13
01/26 vs. +Colgate L 3-6
01/29 vs. *Cornell W 9-5
02/02 @ +Vermont W 5-4
02/05 vs. *Brown L 4-8
02/11 @ *Yale L 3-4
02/12 @ *Brown L 1-10
02/18 vs. *Dartmouth  L 5-9
02/19 vs. *Harvard  W 4-3
02/23 @ +Colgate L 3-7
02/26 vs. +New Hampshire L 5-7
03/01 @ *Princeton W 7-3
03/05 @ *Cornell L 1-7
  9-17-0 Overall  105-157; 7-17-0 ECAC Division One/14th  93-148; 4-8-0 Ivy League/5th 45-73

  1975-76 (Bob Crocker)
11/14 vs. US Olympic Hockey Team  L 3-10 (Exhibition)
11/27 vs. +New Hampshire  L 5-13 @ Utica, NY (Utica Invitational)
11/28 vs. Air Force  L 5-7 @ Utica, NY (Utica Invitational)
12/02 @ *Yale  W 9-2
12/06 vs. *Harvard  W 4-3
12/09 vs. *Princeton  L 2-6
12/29 vs. Michigan  L 6-7 @ Detroit, MI (Great Lakes Tournament)
12/30 vs. +Boston University  L 2-4 @ Detroit, MI (Great Lakes Tournament)
01/02 vs. +Vermont  L 5-6 (OT) @ Madison Square Garden (ECAC Holiday Festival)
01/03 vs. +Cornell  L 2-8 @ Madison Square Garden (ECAC Holiday Festival)
01/05 @ +New Hampshire  L 4-7
01/08 @ Merrimack  W 6-3
01/16 vs. +Northeastern  L 1-8
01/20 @ +Providence  L  2-9
01/24 vs. *Dartmouth  W 3-2
01/31 @ *Cornell  L 0-3
02/03 vs. +Vermont  L 4-6
02/07 @ *Brown  L 5-8
02/13 vs. *Yale  W 5-2
02/14 vs. *Brown  L 4-8
02/20 @ *Harvard  L 2-8
02/21 @ *Dartmouth  L 2-4  
02/24 vs. +Colgate  L 5-7
02/26 vs. +St. Lawrence  T 6-6 (OT)
02/28 vs. +Clarkson  W 12-10
03/02 @ *Princeton  L 1-5
03/06 vs. *Cornell  L  5-11
  6-19-1 Overall  107-163; 5-17-1 ECAC Division One/14th  90-146; 4-8-0 Ivy League/5th  42-62

  1974-75 (Bob Crocker)
11/23      Red & Blue Scrimmage
11/26 vs. +Providence L 4-7
11/30 @ *Harvard L 3-7
12/03 vs. *Yale W 8-2
12/07 @ +Northeastern L 4-8
12/10 @ *Princeton W 5-3
12/29 @ +New Hampshire W 6-4 (Blue-Green Invitational)
12/30 vs. +Dartmouth L 4-5 @ Durham, NH (Blue-Green Invitational)
01/04 @ +Vermont L 3-6
01/07 @ +New Hampshire L 3-6
01/10 @ +St. Lawrence W 6-3
01/11 @ +Clarkson T 7-7 (OT)
01/18 @ *Dartmouth L 4-5
01/22 vs. Merrimack W 4-3 (OT) (WXPN)
01/25 vs. *Cornell W 3-2 (OT)
01/27 vs. +Colgate L 3-6
02/01 vs. *Brown L 1-2
02/07 @ *Yale W 2-1
02/08 @ *Brown L 2-5
02/14 vs. *Harvard L 3-5
02/15 vs. *Dartmouth W 8-7
02/22 vs. +New Hampshire L 2-7
02/25 vs. *Princeton W 7-2
02/28 @. *Cornell L 1-6
03/01 @ +Colgate L 6-10
  10-13-1 Overall  99-119; 9-13-1 ECAC Division One/11th  95-116; 6-6-0 Ivy League/4th  47-47

  1973-74 (Bob Crocker)
11/24 @ +Providence  L 0-1
11/27 vs. +St. Lawrence  W 5-3
12/01 vs. *Harvard  L 3-7
12/04 vs. +Colgate  L 2-4
12/08 @ *Yale  W 6-4
12/11 vs. *Princeton  W 4-1

12/27 vs. #1 Michigan Tech  L 2-6 @ Detroit, MI (Great Lakes Tournament)
12/28 vs. Boston College  L 2-6 @ Detroit, MI (Great Lakes Tournament)
01/03 @ +New Hampshire W 4-3
01/05 @ Merrimack  W 5-4
01/11 @ *Dartmouth  L 3-4
01/12 @ *Harvard  L 2-4
01/19 vs. *Dartmouth  L 0-3
01/26 @ *Cornell  L 2-5 (WXPN)
01/28 vs. +Northeastern  W 7-3 (WXPN)
02/02 @ *Brown  W 4-1
02/06 @ +Colgate  L 3-5
02/09 vs. +New Hampshire  L 1-3
02/15 vs. *Yale  W 4-0
02/16 vs. *Brown  W 4-3

02/18 vs. +Vermont  L 1-6
02/23 vs. +Clarkson  L 1-3 (WXPN)

02/27 @ *Princeton  W 4-1
03/02 vs. *Cornell  L 6-7
  10-14-0 Overall  75-87; 9-12-0 ECAC Division One/10th  66-71; 6-6-0 Ivy League/4th  42-40

  1972-73 (Bob Crocker)
11/18 vs. Freshmen  W 2-1
11/25 vs. +Northeastern W 4-2
11/28 vs. +RPI W 3-2
11/30 vs. Merrimack W 7-1
12/02 vs. +Colgate W 3-1
12/06 vs. St. Anselm’s W 8-6
12/09 @ *Harvard L 1-9
12/13 vs. *Yale L 7-9
 
01/03 @ +Clarkson W 6-5
01/06 @ +RPI W 3-2
01/10 @ *Brown W 2-1
01/17 vs. *Cornell L 1-4
01/20 @ *Dartmouth L 3-5

01/23 vs. +Providence W 4-2
01/27 @ *Yale T 2-2 (OT)

01/31 vs. *Princeton L 4-5 (OT)
02/03 vs. *Brown W 5-3
02/10 vs. *Harvard L 6-7
02/13 vs. +Colgate W 11-3
02/15 vs. +Army W 8-4
02/17 vs. *Dartmouth W 4-1
02/21 @ *Cornell T 1-1 (OT)
02/24 vs. +New Hampshire L 3-4
02/28 @ *Princeton W 5-3
03/03 vs. +St. Lawrence W 4-3
 
03/06 vs. Boston University W 7-3 (ECAC Tournament)
03/09 vs. Boston College L 3-5 @ Boston Garden (ECAC Semifinals)
03/10 vs. Clarkson L 0-4 @ Boston Garden (ECAC Third Place Game)
  16-9-2 Overall  115-97; 13-7-2 ECAC Division One/4th 90-78; 4-6-2 Ivy League/T-4th  41-50

  1971-72 (James Salfi)
11/22 vs. St. Nick’s W 13-2 (Exhibition)
11/27 @ +Providence L 3-6
12/01 vs. +Colgate W 9-0
12/04 vs. *Harvard L 3-11
12/08 @ *Yale W 4-3
12/11 @ Merrimack W 7-4
12/26 @ St. Louis L 5-6 (OT) (St. Louis Invitational)
12/28 vs. +Harvard L 4-7 (St. Louis Invitational)
01/05 @ *Cornell L 3-5
01/08 @ +New Hampshire W 4-1
01/12 @ *Brown L 3-4
01/15 vs. +Northeastern W 6-3
01/20 vs. +Clarkson W 2-1
01/22 vs. *Dartmouth W 4-2
01/26 @ *Princeton W 11-3
01/29 vs. *Yale W 13-3
02/05 vs. *Brown W 3-2
02/09 vs. *Cornell L 6-7 (OT)
02/12 @ *Harvard W 3-2
02/19 @ *Dartmouth L 2-4
02/23 vs. +RPI W 4-2
02/26 vs. +St. Lawrence W 5-3
03/01 vs. *Princeton W 7-3
03/04 vs. +Boston College W 8- 3
03/07 @ New Hampshire L 3-5 (ECAC Tournament)

  15-9-0 Overall  125-90; 14-7-0 ECAC Division One/5th  110-75; 7-5-0 Ivy League/3rd  65-49

  1970-71 (James Salfi)
11/07      Red & Blue Scrimmage
11/28 @ +Northeastern L 5-6

11/21 vs. +Vermont  L 2-4
12/04 @ Massachusetts  L 4-6
12/05 @ Connecticut  W 13-1
12/09 vs. *Yale  W 8-4
12/12 @ +Colgate  L 2-7
01/02 @ +Boston College  W 5-3
01/06 @ *Cornell  L 3-6

01/11 vs. Army  L 6-7
01/13 @ St. Lawrence  W 5-2
01/16 vs. *Harvard  L 5-6
01/23 @ *Dartmouth  W 5-4 (OT)
01/27 vs. Merrimack  W 6-2
01/29 vs. +Providence W 4-2

02/06 @ *Yale  W 5-4
02/08 vs. +New Hampshire W 7-2
02/10 @ *Princeton  W 6-2
02/13 vs. *Brown  W 4-1

02/17 vs. *Princeton W 7-1
02/20 @ *Harvard  L 1-5
02/24 vs. *Cornell  L 4-9
02/27 @ *Brown  L 2-3
03/05 vs. *Dartmouth  W 6-1
03/06 vs. +Norwich  W 12-1
03/09 @ Clarkson L 2-5 (ECAC Tournament)

  14-11-0 Overall  129-93; 11-8-0 ECAC Division One/7th  90-74; 7-5-0 Ivy League/4th  56-46

  1969-70 (James Salfi)
11/21 vs. Freshmen  T 2-2 (OT) (Exhibition)
11/29 @ +Providence  L 2-3 (OT)

12/03 vs. St. Nick’s  W 7-3 @ Cherry Hill, NJ
12/06 @ Norwich  L 2-7
12/10 @ *Yale  L 5-6
12/12 vs. +Colgate  L 5-7 @ Cherry Hill, NJ
01/02 vs. Air Force  W 6-4 @ Buffalo, NY (Nichols Tournament)
01/03 vs. Notre Dame  L 2-5 @ Buffalo, NY (Nichols Tournament)
01/08 @ +Vermont  L 0-3
01/10 @ *Dartmouth  L 4-9
01/17 @ Army  L 1-2
01/23 vs. *Dartmouth  L 4-7
01/25 vs. Massachusetts  W 7-3
01/31 vs. *Harvard  W 5-4 (OT) @ Wissahickon
02/03 vs. *Yale  W 4-1
02/05 vs. *Princeton  W 8-2
@ Cherry Hill, NJ
02/07 vs. Connecticut  W 10-1
02/14 @ *Brown  L 0-6
02/18 vs. *Cornell  L 1-11 @ Cherry Hill, NJ

02/21 @ *Harvard  L 0-8
02/25 @ *Princeton  L 2-3
02/28 @ *Cornell  L 3-7
03/04 vs. *Brown  L 2-4
03/06 @ Merrimack  W 5-2
03/07 @ Bowdoin  L 3-5

  8-16-0 Overall  88-114; 3-12-0 ECAC Division One/16th  46-80; 3-9-0 Ivy League/T-6th

  1968-69 (James Salfi)
11/15 @ Wisconsin  L 0-7 (Exhibition)
11/16 @ Wisconsin  L 0-11 (Exhibition)
12/04 vs. St. Nick’s  W @ Cherry Hill, NJ
12/07 @ Connecticut  W 8-2
12/11 vs. *Yale  L 4-5 @ Cherry Hill, NJ
12/14 vs. Bowdoin  L 1-2 @ West Orange, NJ
12/00 vs. Williams  W 7-2 @ Buffalo, NY (Nichols Tournament)
12/00 vs. Hamilton  W 7-4 @ Buffalo, NY (Nichols Tournament)
01/08 @ *Cornell  L 0-14
01/00 @ +St. Lawrence  L 1-8
01/14 @ *Harvard  L 0-12
01/18 @ *Dartmouth  L 2-8
01/21 vs. +Army  L 6-9
01/24 vs. *Cornell  L 3-10 @ Cherry Hill, NJ
01/29 @ Massachusetts  W 6-1
01/31 vs. Merrimack  W 6-4 @ Cherry Hill, NJ
02/01 vs. *Harvard  L 1-6
02/05 @ *Princeton  W 6-4 @ Cherry Hill, NJ
02/08 @ *Brown  L 2-4
02/14 vs. *Brown  L 5-7
02/19 @ *Yale  L 2-3
02/21 vs. *Dartmouth  L 9-11
 
02/26 vs. *Princeton  L 6-7 (OT) @ Cherry Hill, NJ
03/01      +Colgate  L 0-9

  7-15-0 Overall  79-131; 1-14-0 ECAC Division One/17th  44-116; 1-11-0 Ivy League/7th

  1967-68 (James Salfi)
11/18 vs. Wissahickon Club  W 6-4
11/25 @ +RPI  L 2-18

12/01 @ +Providence  L 1-4
12/02 @ Merrimack  L 1-8

12/06 vs. St. Nick’s  L 4-10
12/08 @ Air Force  W
12/09 @ Air Force  W
12/13 vs. New Haven College  W 6-3
01/06 @ *Harvard  L 1-15 (WXPN)
01/12 @ Bowdoin  L 2-9 (WXPN)
01/13 @ *Dartmouth  L 0-10 (WXPN)
01/20 vs. *Cornell  L 1-18
01/24 @ *Yale  L 0-1 (Forfeit)
01/27 vs. *Dartmouth  W 4-3 (OT)
01/29 @ +Army  L 1-10
02/03 vs. *Harvard  L 0-12
02/09 vs. Connecticut  W 5-3
02/10 vs. *Brown  L 2-11
02/14 @ *Princeton  L 2-6
02/17 @ *Brown  L 3-19
02/21 vs. *Yale  L 2-5

02/24 @ *Cornell  L 1-9

02/28 vs. *Princeton  L 1-4
03/02 @ +Colgate  L 1-9

  6-18-0 Overall  42-180; 5-17-0 College Games; 1-15-0 ECAC Division One/17th  22-154, 1-11-0 Ivy League/T-6th 17-113

  1966-67 (James Salfi)
11/13 vs. Baltimore Junior Clippers  W 8-1
11/17 vs. Wissahickon  L 1-3
11/21 vs. Washington Patriots  W 7-6
11/26 @ Baltimore Junior Clippers  W 5-3
12/03 vs. Ithaca College  L 4-6
12/07 @ Wissahickon  W 6-3
12/10 vs. American International  L 4-9
12/13 vs. RPI  L 5-11
01/04 @ Lowell Tech  W 12-3
01/05 @ Wesleyan  W 14-0
01/06 @ New Haven College  L 3-5
01/07 @ Yale JV  L 0-5
01/13 @ Connecticut  W 8-0
01/14 @ Army  L 0-14
01/20 @ Ohio State  W 8-5
01/21 @ Erie Lions  L 2-7
01/27 @ Princeton  L 0-7
01/28 vs. Merrimack  L 5-6

02/04 vs. Lafayette  W 9-0 @ Cherry Hill, N.J.
02/09 @ Amherst  W 8-2
02/11 @ Massachusetts  W 6-4
02/18 vs. Harvard JV  L 3-6
02/19 vs. Rutgers  W 8-3
02/25 vs. M.I.T.  W 6-1

  13-11-0 Overall; 9-7-0 College Games

  1965-66 (James Salfi)
11/06 @ Baltimore Junior Clippers W 17-1 (Scrimmage)
11/13 vs. Baltimore Junior Clippers W 6-3
11/20 @ Wissahickon  L 3-6
11/27 @ RPI  L 2-4
12/04 vs. Boston State  L 2-9
12/10 @ Princeton JV  W 7-1
12/11 vs. Ithaca College  W 6-4
12/00 vs. Nichols College  W 7-2 @ Worcester, Mass. (Worcester Winter Tournament)
12/00 @ Holy Cross  W 7-4 (Worcester Winter Tournament)
01/05 @ Boston State  L
01/06 @ American International  L 1-8
01/07 @ Nichols College  W 7-3
01/08 @ Massachusetts  L 3-5
01/00 @ Trinity
01/15 @ Army  L 2-7
01/16 vs. Delaware Junior Team  W 15-1
01/22 vs. Wissahickon  W 4-3

01/29 @ Amherst  W 7-5
02/04 @ Ithaca College  W 7-2
02/05 @ Hamilton College  W 8-2
02/12 @ Connecticut  W 11-9
02/25 @ Holy Cross  W 7-1
02/26 @ Yale JV  W

  16-8-0 Overall; 11-7-0 College Games

  1964-65 (James Salfi)
11/14 vs. Wissahickon T 7-7
11/21 vs. Franklin & Marshall  W 8-2
12/04 vs. Villanova  W 11-1
12/05 vs. Rochester Institute of Technology  W 8-4
12/08 @ Princeton  L 1-10
12/11 vs. Boston State  L 3-7
01/05 @ Merrimack  L 1-5
01/07 @ Boston State  L 3-11
01/09 @ Bowdoin  L 2-6
01/16 @ Army  L 0-13
01/23 vs. St. Nick’s  L 1-11
01/30 vs. Franklin & Marshall  W 8-1
02/04 vs. Worcester Tech  W 7-1 @ Cambridge, Mass. (M.I.T. Tournament)
02/05 vs. Connecticut  W 7-4 @ Cambridge, Mass. (M.I.T. Tournament)
02/06 @ M.I.T.  W 6-2 (M.I.T. Tournament)
02/12 vs. Lehigh  W 10-3 @ Pottstown, Pa.
02/13 vs. Connecticut  L 2-4

02/19 @ Ohio University  T 5-5
02/20 @ Ohio State  W 5-0
02/26 @ Colgate  L 0-7
02/27 @ Hamilton College  L 4-5 (OT)
03/01 vs. West New York Victorias  L 1-7 (Exhibition)
03/05 vs. Lafayette  W 9-1

  10-10-2 Overall

  1963-64 (Ron Ryan)
11/16 vs. Baltimore Junior Clippers  W 7-2
11/23 vs. Franklin & Marshall (Cancelled)

11/30 vs. Cornell  L 0-13
12/07 vs. Williams  L 3-8
12/14 vs. Colgate  L 2-10
01/07 @ Bowdoin  # T 6-6
01/08 @ Colby  L 1-6
01/10 @ M.I.T.  W 6-1
01/11 @ Brown  L 0-14 (Providence TV)
01/18 vs. St. Nick’s  L 3-5
01/25 @ Army  L 0-9
01/31 vs. Merrimack  L 1-5
02/01 vs. Merrimack  L 0-8
02/04 vs. Ohio University  L 2-10
02/07 @ Massachusetts  W 6-2
02/08 @ Amherst  L 1-3
02/15 vs. Connecticut  W 8-4
02/19 @ Princeton  L 2-10
02/28 @ Hamilton College  L 0-4
02/29 @ Colgate  L 0-10
  4-15-0 Overall
#Game Later Forfeited

  1962-63 (Jack Cleveland)
12/01 @ Cornell  L 0-11
12/07 @ Massachusetts  W 2-1
12/08 @ Amherst  W 8-0
12/14 vs. Colgate  L 0-10
12/15 vs. Ohio University  W 4-2
01/00 @ Colby  L
01/12 @ Merrimack  L 0-8
01/00 @ Bowdoin  L
01/19 @ Army  L 1-7
01/29 @ Rutgers  W 10-1
01/31 vs. Dayton  W 17-5
02/04 vs. M.I.T.  W 13-3
02/08 vs. Connecticut  W 3-2
02/16 @ Williams  L 4-9
02/19 vs. Princeton  L 2-12
02/22 @ Colgate  L 1-5
02/23 @ Hamilton  W 5-4
N/A        N/A  L
03/02 vs. Rutgers

  1961-62 (Jack Cleveland)
11/27 vs. Cornell  L 0-8 @ West Orange, N.J.
12/02 vs. American International  L 0-5
12/08 @ Amherst  W 5-1
12/09 @ Massachusetts  W 4-3
12/16 vs. Merrimack  L 3-7
01/12 @ Bowdoin  L 2-13
01/13 @ M.I.T.  L 1-4
01/20 @ Army  L 0-7
01/27 vs. Rutgers  W 11-4
01/29 vs. Colgate  L 1-8
02/01 vs. Western Michigan  L 5-6 (OT)
02/03 vs. Williams  L 2-16
02/10 vs. Connecticut  T 5-5 (OT)
02/14 vs. Lehigh  W 16-1
02/16 vs. Harvard J.V.  L 1-4
02/23 @ Colgate  L 2-7
02/24 @ Hamilton  L 4-7
02/28 vs. Rutgers  W 10-1
03/03 @ Cornell  L 0-10
  5-13-1

  1960-61 (Jack Cleveland)
12/03 vs. Cornell  L 0-9
12/09 @ Massachusetts  W 4-3 (OT)
12/10 @ Amherst  L 5-6
12/17 vs. Ohio University  L 3-5
12/21 @ Army  L 0-12
01/13 @ M.I.T.  L 2-8
01/14 @ Harvard J.V.  L 2-10
01/17 @ Princeton J.V.  L 2-6
02/03 @ Merrimack  L 2-7
02/04 @ American International  L 2-9
02/08 vs. Connecticut  W 4-3
02/10 vs. Princeton J.V.  W 3-2 (OT)
02/13 vs. Colgate  L 2-7 @ West Orange, N.J.
02/25 vs. Lehigh  W 10-3
03/03 @ Colgate  L 3-5
03/04 @ Cornell  L 1-13
  4-12-0

  1959-60 (Jack Cleveland)
12/05 vs. Cornell  L 2-4
12/11 @ Amherst  L 0-7
12/12 @ Massachusetts  W 4-1
01/08 @ Hamilton  L 2-7
01/09 @ Colgate  L 2-8
01/16 vs. Princeton J.C.  W 7-2
02/06 @ Princeton J.V.  L 2-7
02/09 @ Princeton Frosh  L 3-9
02/15 vs. Lehigh  W 15-0
02/20 vs. Yale Frosh  L 4-13
02/24 @ Army  L 2-12
03/04 @ Cornell  W 7-5
  4-8-0

  1958-59 (Jack Cleveland)
12/05 @ Cornell  L 3-6
12/06 @ Colgate L 2-5
12/13 @ Yale Second String  L 0-8
12/18 vs. Lehigh  W 6-1
01/09 @ Princeton J.V.  L 1-5
01/16 vs. Cornell  L 3-9
01/31 @ Columbia  W 6-3
02/06 @ Princeton Frosh  L 2-3 (OT)
02/11 @ Yale Frosh  L 1-15
02/14 @ Lehigh  L 0-3
02/21 vs. Colgate  W 5-4
02/25 vs. Princeton J.V.  T 5-5
03/07 @ Wissahickon  L 5-11
03/14 @ Columbia  L 6-7
  3-10-1

  1957-58
12/07 vs. Lehigh  W 10-3
02/05 @ Lafayette  W 7-3
02/22 vs. Columbia  T 2-2
02/23 @ Greenwich Skating Club (Cancelled)
02/26 vs. Villanova  W 9-4
03/01 @ Colgate  L 2-7
03/05 @ Princeton Frosh  L 2-6
03/15 vs. Columbia  W 5-2
  4-2-1

  1956-57
02/15 vs. Lehigh  W 8-2
03/16 vs. Columbia  W 5-2
  2-0-0 Overall

NO TEAM 1942-43 thru 1955-56

  1941-42
02/03 vs. *La Salle  W 6-0
02/10 vs. *St. Joseph’s  W 6-0
N/A   vs. *Franklin & Marshall  W
N/A   vs. *Lehigh  W ?-0
N/A   vs. *Lafayette  W ?-0
  5-0 Overall; 5-0 Pennsylvania Collegiate Hockey League/1st

  1940-41
12/16 vs. La Salle (Postponed)
01/13 vs. Temple  W 5-1
01/20 vs. Drexel  W 5-0
02/10 vs. *St. Joseph’s  W 6-0
02/10 vs. *Franklin & Marshall  W ?-0
03/03 vs. *Lehigh  W 1-0
03/10 vs. *Lafayette  W 6-1
03/22 @ Georgetown  W 3-0

  7-0 Overall; 5-0 Pennsylvania Collegiate Hockey League/1st  3?-2

  1939-40
12/08 vs. *Penn State  W 4-1 @ Hershey, Pa.
01/05 vs. *Lehigh  W 4-2 @ Hershey, Pa.
02/09 @ *Hershey J.C.  W 3-1
03/04 vs. *Lafayette  W 6-3 @ Hershey, Pa.
03/08 vs. Phila. All-Stars  L 1-4
03/15 vs. Mayfair Club  W 2-1

  5-1 Overall; 4-0 Pennsylvania Collegiate Hockey League/1st

NO TEAM 1930-31 thru 1938-39

  1929-30 (William Farson)
12/12 vs. Penn A.C.  L 4-10
12/19 vs. St. John’s (Brooklyn)  W 6-5 (OT)
01/10 vs. Amherst  L 2-3
01/16 vs. New Hampshire  L 1-3
01/21 vs. Clarkson Tech  L 0-13
01/24 vs. Colgate  L 2-3
02/07 vs. Williams  L 4-6
02/15 @ Brown  L 3-4
02/27 vs. Union College  W 9-0
03/07 vs. R.P.I.  W 2-0
  3-7-0

  1928-29
12/11 vs. St. Nick’s  L 0-12
12/15 vs. Princeton  L 3-19
01/10 @ Princeton  L 0-10
01/12 vs. Boston College  L 0-6
01/17 vs. Brown  L 1-4
01/22 vs. Yale  L 0-12
01/25 vs. Penn A.C.  T 4-4 (OT)
02/08 vs, Williams  L 1-9
02/15 @ Boston College  L 1-6
02/16 @ Brown  L 0-4
02/22 vs. Harvard  L 0-9
03/02 vs. M.I.T.  W 3-2
03/09 vs. R.P.I.  W 3-1
  2-10-1

NO TEAM 1924-25 thru 1927-28

  1923-24 (Edward Powers)
01/12 @ Army  W 2-1
01/18 vs. Princeton Alumni  T 1-1
01/23 @ Yale  L 0-8
02/08 @ Cornell  L 2-6
02/29 vs. Dartmouth  L 1-5

  1922-23 (Edward Powers)
01/06 @ Army  L 1-2 (OT)
01/10 @ Princeton  L 1-13
01/22 vs. Columbia  L 0-2
02/06 vs. Swarthmore  W 3-2
02/10 @ Yale  L 2-11
02/22 vs. Cornell  T 2-2 (3 OT)
03/07 vs. Princeton  L 2-6
03/21 vs. Swarthmore  L 2-3

  1921-22 (Coddy Winters)
12/16 vs. Yale  W 4-2
01/11 @ Yale  L 3-8
01/06 @ Princeton  L 0-4
01/20 vs. Columbia  W 5-4 (OT)
01/27 @ Princeton  L 0-2
02/11 @ Cornell  L 2-4
02/25 @ Army (Cancelled)

  1920-21
01/08 vs. St. Nick’s  L 1-7
01/14 @ Princeton  L 1-6
01/22 @ Fordham  L 3-14
02/02 @ Columbia  W 2-0
02/10 vs. St. Nick’s  L 2-6
02/12 vs. Cornell  W 4-3
02/25 @ Princeton  L 0-2
03/01 vs. Dartmouth  L 2-7

  1919-20
01/24 @ Army  T 1-1 (2 OT)
N/A   vs. Lafayette  W
02/16 @ Princeton  L 2-7
03/01 vs. Dartmouth  L 0-5

  1910-11
12/17 vs. Princeton  L 0-7 @ New York, N.Y.
  0-1

  1909-10
01/08 @ Army  W 1-0

  1908-09
12/31 vs. Cornell  T 2-2 @ Cleveland, Ohio
01/01 vs. Cornell  L 1-2 @ Cleveland, Ohio
01/02 vs. Cornell  L 0-6 @ Cleveland, Ohio
01/04 @ Carnegie Technical School
01/05 @ Pittsburgh

  1902-03
01/14 @ Penn Military College

  1900-01
12/07 vs. Quaker City (Exhibition)
12/20 vs. Quaker City
01/04 vs. Bala  W 3-2
01/08 vs. Haverford
01/18 vs. *Brown  L 0-7
01/29 vs. Philadelphia Dental
02/02 vs. *Yale  L 0-15 @ St. Nick’s
02/05 vs. Jefferson Medical
02/12 vs. Swarthmore
02/19 vs. *Princeton  L 3-4
02/22 vs. *Columbia  L 2-4 (OT)
02/25 vs. Pittsburgh All-Scholastic  L 0-6
03/01 vs. Cornell  L 1-4
03/05 vs. Princeton (Canceled)
03/05 vs. Haverford  W 5-0
  0-4-0 Intercollegiate League/5th

  1898-99
12/16 vs. Quaker City
12/27 vs. Yale  L 3-4
01/03 vs. Yale  L 1-3
01/10 vs. Central High School  W 12-0
01/13 vs. Wayne Country Club
01/17 vs. Quaker City (Postponed)
01/20 vs. *Brown  W 3-0
01/23 vs. Philadelphia Dental College
01/28 vs. *Yale  L 1-4
02/03 @ *Columbia  W 3-2
02/08 @ Brown
02/18 vs. Yale
02/00 @ Western University (Pittsburgh) (Canceled)
02/24 @ Columbia
   2-1-0 Intercollegiate League/2nd

 1897-98
N/A   vs. *Philadelphia Dental College  T
01/13 vs. *Haverford  L 1-2
01/18 vs. *Philadelphia Dental College  T
N/A   vs. *Wayne Country Club  W 3-1
N/A   vs. *Philadelphia Dental College  T
02/01 vs. *Haverford  L 1-4
02/08 vs. *Philadelphia Dental College  W 3-1
02/11 vs. Maryland  L 1-3 @ Baltimore, Md.
02/12 vs. Maryland  # T 2-2 @ Baltimore, Md.
02/17 vs. *Wayne Country Club  W 3-2
02/18 vs. Johns Hopkins  W 3-2
02/22 vs. Cornell
02/23 vs. Yale (Postponed)
N/A   vs. *Wayne Country Club  W 3-2
03/11 vs. Yale (Canceled)
  4-2-3 Intercollegiate League/2nd
#Game Forfeited by Maryland for not playing overtime

  1896-97
01/23 vs. Swarthmore
02/26 @ Columbia  W 5-0

* = Ivy League game
+ = ECAC game


                                     History

Class of 1923 Rink

The Class of 1923 Rink has a rich history within the University of Pennsylvania; this history has been filled with promise, destruction, turmoil and success. In 1968, a group called the "Friends of Pennsylvania Hockey" and the Class of 1923, led by Howard Butcher III, decided to donate the 3.2 million dollar facility to the University of Pennsylvania. Upon the facility’s completion in 1972, Howard Butcher III, Dr. John Cleveland and Bill R. Wise had developed the largest class donation in the university’s history.

This 2,900-seat arena located on the southern most point of the campus nearing the center city was the crown jewel of the athletic department in 1972. Made primarily of poured concrete, the 60,000 square foot arena is supported by four twenty-two foot concrete columns around the exterior of the facility. The lower concourse includes six locker rooms, full service concession stand, warm area Quaker Room overlooking the ice surface and skate rental room totaling 6,400 square feet. The ice surface itself is 85'x 200' and totals 18,000 square feet. The upper concourse includes four restrooms and two concession stands and two entrances on Walnut Street, which completes the building’s professional feel and totals 14,000 square feet of space. Designed by Robert C. McMillian Associates, this building was a benchmark in ice arena design. After 37 years of operation, the facility still operates as the largest collegiate arena in Pennsylvania.

Operated by the University of Pennsylvania Athletic department from 1972-1980, Comcast-Spectacor from 1981-1983, University of Pennsylvania Business Services from 1983-Current. During this time the facility has hosted: Penn Varsity and Club ice hockey, Drexel ice hockey club, Villanova and St Joseph’s ice hockey, Philadelphia Flyers, Philadelphia Bulldogs professional roller hockey, Scott Hamilton’s Champions on Ice, Disney on Ice, multiple concerts and trade shows including the Penn Computer Connection’s truck sale every September.

Penn Ice Hockey: 1898-1941
 
The University of Pennsylvania began playing ice hockey in the winter of 1898-99. The team functioned as a club sport independent of any university support. That winter the team played in a four-team league known as the Intercollegiate Hockey League, which included Yale, Brown and Columbia. That winter, the team, comprised mostly of sophomores and local Philadelphia residents, amassed a record of two wins and one loss under the leadership of a team captain as coach. Hockey survived until 1911 when Philadelphia weather forced the team to participate in only one game. The following season 1912, the team spent the entire year on the road without one single home game. In 1920, Philadelphia had its own professional hockey team and an artificial ice surface was built in West Philadelphia to accommodate them. The Penn club gained exposure and popularity during this period, but was cut short by funding issues during the 1926-27 season. It wasn’t until 1941 the Pennsylvanians once again became involved with ice hockey. During the 1941 season, Penn entered the Eastern Collegiate Hockey League and emerged as the undefeated champions of the league. The team enjoyed moderate success until World War two took over the nation and the team was disbanded like most sports during the time.

The Debut of Modern Penn Hockey: 1956-Present

From 1956-1959 the club retained a schedule that included between ten and fifteen games over each season. In 1959, the club achieved a significant breakthrough when it finally received a budget from the C.S.A. From the 1961-62 season until 1967-68 the team continued to increase their schedule’s difficulty and worked to attain varsity status from the university. In 1964, Jim Salfi, a varsity letter-winning skater who graduated from St. Lawrence earlier that spring, took the reigns of the Red and Blue. After only one club season under Salfi, the University recognized ice hockey as a varsity sport.

During the 1965-66 season, the team’s first campaign as a varsity team, the Quakers amassed a 16-8 record and enjoyed their best season under coach Salfi. During the 1966-67 season, the team compiled a 13-11 record. In 1968, the hockey team entered the Ivy League, at the time was the most powerful conference in collegiate ice hockey. As expected the team had a long and frustrating season, but managed to defeat Dartmouth 4-2 for their first Ivy League win. Through the 1969-70 season Penn continued to struggle through their league schedule, but posted wins against many of their foes out of conference.

In 1970-71 Penn was able to boast about their state of the art facility in the Class of 1923 Rink. Despite an opening loss in their new facility the team finished with a record of 14-11 and was able to make the ECAC playoffs for the first time in their history. Their first season was considered a success as they averaged over 2,000 in attendance each night. Notably, one of the Penn skaters on that 1970-71 team that christened the arena was senior defensemen Bob Finke, who later coached the Quakers’ last two varsity seasons. The team enjoyed similar success during its 1971-72 campaign, during which the team finished fourth in the ECAC with a 16-9 record and home ice advantage in the first round of the playoffs. Jim Salfi left Penn after the 1971-72 season and took the head coaching job at RPI.

Robert Crocker, who took the helm of the Quaker team for four seasons beginning in 1972-73, succeeded Coach Salfi. In his first season at the helm, Crocker, a former assistant at Boston University under Jack Kelley, led the team to a 16-9-2 record, one of the best in the Program’s history. The team finished that year fourth in an ECAC division of seventeen teams. Although the team drew defending champion Boston University in the first round of the playoffs, Penn traveled to Boston and handily defeated the Terriers 7-3 in front of a sold out crowd.

After the success of the 1972-73 season, the Program began a downward spiral. According to Crocker, the University began to tighten the team’s budget which, in turn, made recruiting more difficult. As the funding started to dwindle, the level of play suffered, and fan interest dropped. The axe finally fell on the Penn program near the end of the 1977-78 season. Due to a leak to the Daily Pennsylvanian, Coach Bob Finke was informed of a plan to drop hockey from varsity status along with gymnastics, golf, badminton, and a professional theatre at Annenberg due to budgetary restraints. Athletic Director Andy Geiger was forced to tell Coach Finke with four games left in the season.

The Undergraduate Assembly organized a rally, after which students stormed College Hall in protest. On the morning of March 2, 1978, one hour of demonstration turned into a four-day sit-in, after which the administration agreed to cut $50,000 from other parts of the University in order to reinstate the golf, badminton and gymnastics programs. Both students and the administration agreed to begin a campaign to raise $125,000 to keep the doors of Annenberg’s professional theatre open. The agreement, however, omitted the reinstatement of varsity ice hockey. Thus, despite valiant efforts from students, the fate of varsity ice hockey at Penn was sealed; varsity hockey at Penn officially ended with a game against rival Cornell on March 4, 1978.

From the 1979-80 season until the present the team has retained status as a club sport under the University of Pennsylvania Recreation Department. During this time they have sustained many disappointing seasons, but have also enjoyed the successes of recent times, which include multiple Division II championship appearances. Notably, during the 1999-2000 season, Penn won the Delaware Valley Collegiate Hockey Conference regular season championship and playoff championship. The following season, Penn moved to the vastly more competitive Mid-Atlantic Collegiate Hockey Association. From 2000-2006 Penn appeared in every MACHA post-season and, in 2002, the team captured both the MACHA regular season championship and playoff championship. In 2004, the team won its first ever Liberty Bell Championship. Throughout its years as a club team, the Penn program has produced numerous league all-stars, all-Americans and all-region players.

Today, the team continues to participate at the Division II level of the American Collegiate Hockey Association, which now boasts five divisions including more than 350 men’s and women’s teams from across the nation. The team likewise continues to compete in the nine-team Mid-Atlantic Collegiate Hockey Association. Comprised of Wagner, Rider, Rowan, Seton Hall, Temple, The College of New Jersey, University of Maryland-Baltimore County, St. Joseph’s, and Penn, the MACHA is widely considered to be one of the premier Division II Club conferences in the nation. The team’s season runs from September through early March, during which it plays approximately thirty games, nearly twenty of which are played at the Class of 1923 Rink. Penn has also recently added a Division II club women’s ice hockey team that competes in the DVCHC. Both teams have had rankings in the top 20 of the country in their divisions.