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Notre Dame Fighting Irish
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Notre Dame Fighting Irish athletic logo
University University of Notre Dame
Conference Big Ten
Head coach Jeff Jackson
16th season, 334–206–64 (.606)
Captain Nate Clurman
Alternate captain(s) Pierce Crawford
Matt Hellickson
Colin Theisen
Arena Compton Family Ice Arena
Capacity: 5,022
Location Notre Dame, Indiana
Colors Blue and Gold[1]
NCAA Tournament Runner-up
2008, 2018
NCAA Tournament Frozen Four
2008, 2011, 2017, 2018
NCAA Tournament appearances
2004, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019
Conference Tournament championships
CCHA: 2007, 2009, 2013
Big Ten: 2018, 2019
Conference regular season championships
CCHA: 2006–07, 2008–09
Big Ten: 2017–18
Current uniform

The Notre Dame Fighting Irish men's ice hockey team is the college ice hockey team of the University of Notre Dame, competing at the NCAA Division I level as an associate member of the Big Ten Conference. The Irish play their home games at Compton Family Ice Arena. The head coach of the Fighting Irish is Jeff Jackson, and his assistant coaches are Paul Pooley, Andy Slaggert, and Max Mobley.

Conference history[]

Prior to the 2013–14 season, the team competed in the Central Collegiate Hockey Association, and also won its last ever conference championship. In the 2013–2014 season, the team began to play in the Hockey East conference, where it played until the conclusion of the 2016-2017 season. Beginning in the 2017–2018 season, the team joined the Big Ten Conference.[2]


Ice hockey has existed on and off as both a club and varsity sport at Notre Dame since 1912. The modern era of Notre Dame hockey began in 1968, when the Fighting Irish began to play as a Division I independent. In 1971, the team joined its first conference, the Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA). The team continued playing in the WCHA for a decade until moving to the Central Collegiate Hockey Association (CCHA) with the conference's three Michigan schools in 1981.[3]

Notre Dame hockey player in an away uniform (2010).

The Fighting Irish lasted only two years in the new CCHA, when ice hockey was downgraded to a club sport for the 1983–1984 season. During that season, the Fighting Irish played in the Central States Collegiate Hockey League (CSCHL). Notre Dame finished that season second in the CSCHL with a record of 13–2–0.[4] In 1984–1985 Notre Dame Hockey was once again elevated to varsity status with the team playing as a Division I independent. In 1992 Notre Dame rejoined the CCHA. The Irish struggled to remain competitive in the CCHA, but began to improve under head coach Dave Poulin. In 2004, Poulin led the team to its first ever NCAA Tournament. However, the following season was dramatically different. They only won five games, the worst season in school history. Poulin resigned after the season.[3]

Jeff Jackson era[]

Jeff Jackson and coaching staff look on as Notre Dame celebrates a goal (2010).

In 2005, Jeff Jackson took over as head coach. Jackson, who had already won two national championships at Lake Superior State University, had an immediate impact at Notre Dame. In his first season with the Irish, the team greatly improved upon the five-win season, boosting its record to 13–19–5.[3] 2007 was even more successful. The Irish achieved their first ever number one ranking in both the and USA Today Polls and their first number one seeding for the NCAA Tournament. The following year, the Irish finished fourth in both the CCHA's regular season and playoffs, and again made the NCAA Tournament. Once there, the Irish went on to beat top-seeded New Hampshire 7–3 and third-seeded Michigan State 3–1 to advance to the Frozen Four for the first time in school history. From there, they defeated first-seeded Michigan in overtime to advance to the national title game, ultimately losing to Boston College 4–1.[5] Notre Dame also became the first four-seed to advance to the national semi-finals, and eventually to the national title game since the new 16-team format was introduced in 2003.[5] In the 2008–2009 season, the Irish added another CCHA regular season title and a CCHA Tournament title, defeating Michigan 5–2 in the title game. Notre Dame advanced to the 2009 NCAA Tournament where the Irish was upset by 16th seeded Bemidji State 1–5.[6]

The following season, Notre Dame finished with a record of 13–17–8 and ended the season after being swept by Ohio State two games to none in the three game opening round series of the CCHA Playoffs.[7][8] The Irish rebounded in the 2010–11 regular season at 23–13–5, and clinched their second trip to the Frozen Four in program history by defeating New Hampshire 2–1 in the Northeast Regional Final. The Fighting Irish faced the East Regional Champion Minnesota-Duluth in the National Semi-finals. The Irish fell to the eventual national champion 3–4.[9]

In October 2011, Notre Dame announced the team will join Hockey East starting in the 2013–14 season, in response to the conference realignment. The university also announced an expanded television broadcast deal with NBC.[10] The Fighting Irish Hockey began the 2011–12 season in the Edmund P. Joyce Center and played the last hockey game at the Joyce Center on October 15, 2011 against Ohio State.[11] The team opened the university's new 5,000-seat Compton Family Ice Arena on October 21, 2011 against Rensselaer.[12] Following the move into the new arena the Irish improved to a 7–3 home record in the new facility that included wins over future Hockey East rivals, Boston University, ranked 3rd in the NCAA, Boston College, ranked 4th, and 8th ranked Western Michigan.[13] On January 4, 2012, former coach and long-time Notre Dame Athletic Department employee, Charles "Lefty" Smith died.[14] Smith coached the team from 1968 to 1987 as the first varsity ice hockey after helping the program transition from club to varsity status. Following his coaching career, he continued at Notre Dame in the athletic department until retiring just three days before his death.[14] The Fighting Irish finished the regular season with an overall record of 17–16–3 and a conference record of 12–13–3. The team defeated Ohio State in the opening round of the 2012 CCHA Tournament, sweeping the Buckeyes in two games by scores of 2–0 and 4–2.[15] In the second round of the CCHA Tournament, the team was defeated by the Michigan Wolverines in two games in a series that saw the first game go into a double overtime.[16] The team was defeated in the first round of the NCAA regional playoffs in 2013 and 2014, both times by the St. Cloud State Huskies.[17]

Season-by-season results[18][]

Head coaches[]

All-time coaching records[]

As of completion of 2019–20 regular season[18]

Tenure Coach Years Record Pct.
2005–present Jeff Jackson 15 334–206–64 .606
1995–2005 Dave Poulin 10 139–197–50 .425
1987–1995 Ric Schafer 8 112–152–15 .428
1968–1987 Lefty Smith 18† 285–314–30 .477
1926–1927 Benjamin Dubois 1 3–7–1 .318
1923–1926 Tom Lieb 3 3–9–3 .300
1919–1923 Paul Castner 4 19–5–1 .780
1912–1913 G.R. Walsh 1 1–2–0 .333
1911–1912 No Coach 1 1–0–0 1.000
Totals 8 coaches 61 Seasons 897–892–164 .501

† The Program was dropped to club status for the 1983–84 season.


NCAA Tournament Results[]

The Fighting Irish have appeared in the NCAA Tournament 11 times.

Year Seed Round Opponent Results
2004 No. 4 Midwest Regional Semifinal #1 Minnesota L 2-5
2007 No. 1 Midwest Regional Semifinal
Midwest Regional Final
#4 Alabama-Huntsville
#3 Michigan State
W 3-2
L 1-2
2008 No. 4 West Regional Semifinal
West Regional Final
Frozen Four
National Championship
#1 New Hampshire
#3 Michigan State
#1 Michigan
#2 Boston College
W 7-3
W 3-1
W 5-4
L 1-4
2009 No. 1 Midwest Regional Semifinal #4 Bemidji State L 1-5
2011 No. 3 Northeast Regional Semifinal
Northeast Regional Final
Frozen Four
#2 Merrimack
#4 New Hampshire
#3 Minnesota-Duluth
W 4-3
W 2-1
L 3-4
2013 No. 1 Midwest Regional Semifinal #4 St. Cloud State L 1-5
2014 No. 2 West Regional Semifinal #3 St. Cloud State L 3-4
2016 No. 3 Midwest Regional Semifinal #2 Michigan L 2-3
2017 No. 4 Northeast Regional Semifinal
Northeast Regional Final
Frozen Four
#1 Minnesota
#2 UMass-Lowell
#1 Denver
W 3-2
W 3-2
L 1-6
2018 No. 1 East Regional Semifinal
East Regional Final
Frozen Four
National Championship
#4 Michigan Tech
#2 Providence
#2 Michigan
#3 Minnesota-Duluth
W 4-3
W 2-1
W 4-3
L 1-2
2019 No. 3 Northeast Regional Semifinal
Northeast Regional Final
#2 Clarkson
#1 UMass
W 3-2
L 0-4

Statistical Leaders[18][]

Career points leaders[]

Player Years GP G A Pts PIM
Walsh, BrianBrian Walsh 1973–1977 140 89 145 234 273
Noble, JohnJohn Noble 1969–1973 123 81 145 226 159
Bumbacco, EddieEddie Bumbacco 1970–1974 133 103 117 220 71
Williams, IanIan Williams 1970–1974 126 92 119 211 239
McNeill, MikeMike McNeill 1984–1988 124 83 115 198 80
Poulin, DaveDave Poulin 1978–1982 135 89 107 196 175
Meredith, GregGreg Meredith 1976–1980 149 104 88 192 72
Regan, PaulPaul Regan 1969–1973 125 89 97 186 272
Hamilton, ClarkClark Hamilton 1973–1977 145 70 113 183 231
Bankoske, DaveDave Bankoske 1988–1993 141 73 109 182 86

Career goaltending leaders[]

GP = Games played; Min = Minutes played; W = Wins; L = Losses; T = Ties; GA = Goals against; SO = Shutouts; SV% = Save percentage; GAA = Goals against average

minimum 30 games played

Player Years GP Min W L T GA SO SV% GAA
Pearce, JordanJordan Pearce 2005–2009 94 5506 59 26 7 182 12 .918 1.98
Morris, CaleCale Morris 2016–Present 73 4299 46 21 4 148 8 .938 2.07
Summerhays, SteveSteve Summerhays 2010–2014 106 5909 57 38 5 216 13 .914 2.19
Petersen, CalCal Petersen 2014–2017 110 6499 55 39 15 249 11 .924 2.31
Brown, DavidDavid Brown 2003–2007 111 6326 55 38 11 245 8 .916 2.32

Statistics current through the start of the 2019–20 season.


Current roster[]

As of January 3, 2021.[19]

# S/P/C Player Class Pos Height Weight DoB Hometown Previous team NHL rights
1 Flag of Michigan St. Cyr, DylanDylan St. Cyr Senior G 5' 9" (1.75 m) 170 lb (77 kg) 1999-05-23 Northville, Michigan USNTDP (USHL)
2 Flag of Colorado Clurman, NateNate Clurman (C) Junior D 6' 2" (1.88 m) 200 lb (91 kg) 1998-05-08 Boulder, Colorado Langley (BCHL) COL, 161st overall 2016
4 Flag of Minnesota Leivermann, NickNick Leivermann Junior D 5' 11" (1.8 m) 180 lb (82 kg) 1998-09-14 Eden Prairie, Minnesota Penticton (BCHL) COL, 187th overall 2017
5 Flag of Minnesota Hellickson, MattMatt Hellickson (A) Senior D 6' 1" (1.85 m) 192 lb (87 kg) 1998-03-21 Rogers, Minnesota Sioux City (USHL) NJD, 214th overall 2017
6 Flag of Minnesota Boltmann, JakeJake Boltmann Freshman D 6' 1" (1.85 m) 196 lb (89 kg) 2001-10-19 Edina, Minnesota Lincoln (USHL) CGY, 80th overall 2020
8 Flag of New Hampshire Steeves, MattMatt Steeves Senior F 6' 0" (1.83 m) 193 lb (88 kg) 1997-10-04 Bedford, New Hampshire Muskegon (USHL)
9 Flag of Minnesota Silianoff, GrantGrant Silianoff Freshman F 5' 11" (1.8 m) 167 lb (76 kg) 2001-01-04 Edina, Minnesota Cedar Rapids (USHL)
10 Flag of Massachusetts Burke, CamCam Burke Junior F 5' 9" (1.75 m) 175 lb (79 kg) 1999-01-08 Boxborough, Massachusetts Sioux Falls (USHL)
12 Flag of Michigan Rolston, RyderRyder Rolston Freshman F 6' 2" (1.88 m) 175 lb (79 kg) 2001-10-31 Birmingham, Michigan Waterloo (USHL) COL, 139th overall 2020
13 Flag of Michigan Theisen, ColinColin Theisen (A) Senior F 6' 0" (1.83 m) 181 lb (82 kg) 1997-04-24 Monroe, Michigan Dubuque (USHL)
14 Flag of British Columbia Lansdell, JesseJesse Lansdell Sophomore F 5' 11" (1.8 m) 181 lb (82 kg) 1998-08-05 Surrey, British Columbia Vernon (BCHL)
15 Flag of Minnesota Graham, MichaelMichael Graham Junior F 6' 2" (1.88 m) 195 lb (88 kg) 1997-11-27 Eden Prairie, Minnesota Muskegon (USHL)
16 Flag of New Hampshire Steeves, AlexAlex Steeves Junior F 5' 10" (1.78 m) 187 lb (85 kg) 1999-12-10 Bedford, New Hampshire Dubuque (USHL)
17 Flag of Illinois Crawford, PiercePierce Crawford (A) Senior F 5' 9" (1.75 m) 175 lb (79 kg) 1997-06-23 Park Ridge, Illinois Youngstown (USHL)
18 Flag of Indiana Slaggert, GrahamGraham Slaggert Junior F 6' 0" (1.83 m) 185 lb (84 kg) 1999-04-06 South Bend, Indiana Cedar Rapids (USHL)
19 Flag of Indiana Slaggert, LandonLandon Slaggert Freshman F 6' 0" (1.83 m) 185 lb (84 kg) 2002-06-25 South Bend, Indiana USNTDP (USHL) CHI, 79th overall 2020
20 Flag of Illinois Pivonka, JakeJake Pivonka Junior F 6' 0" (1.83 m) 198 lb (90 kg) 2000-02-28 Naperville, Illinois USNTDP (USHL) NYI, 103rd overall 2018
21 Flag of Michigan Ellis, MaxMax Ellis Sophomore F 5' 9" (1.75 m) 160 lb (73 kg) 2000-01-18 Plymouth, Michigan Muskegon (USHL)
22 Flag of Indiana MacNab, JackJack MacNab Sophomore F 6' 3" (1.91 m) 197 lb (89 kg) 1998-07-03 Indianapolis, Indiana Central Illinois (USHL)
23 Flag of Wisconsin Bjork, BradyBrady Bjork Senior F 6' 1" (1.85 m) 173 lb (78 kg) 1999-05-17 Mequon, Wisconsin St. Cloud (NAHL)
24 Flag of Wisconsin Stastney, SpencerSpencer Stastney Junior D 5' 11" (1.8 m) 187 lb (85 kg) 2000-01-04 Mequon, Wisconsin USNTDP (USHL) NSH, 131st overall 2018
25 Flag of Texas Bakich, SolagSolag Bakich Sophomore F 6' 0" (1.83 m) 189 lb (86 kg) 1998-01-08 Dallas, Texas Waterloo (USHL)
26 Flag of Alaska Plucinski, ZachZach Plucinski Freshman D 6' 1" (1.85 m) 206 lb (93 kg) 2000-07-26 Eagle River, Alaska Omaha (USHL)
27 Flag of Minnesota Janicke, TrevorTrevor Janicke Sophomore F 5' 10" (1.78 m) 194 lb (88 kg) 2000-12-25 Maple Grove, Minnesota Central Illinois (USHL) ANA, 132nd overall 2019
28 Flag of New Jersey DiCesare, ChristianChristian DiCesare Sophomore D 6' 1" (1.85 m) 205 lb (93 kg) 1998-03-28 Morristown, New Jersey Omaha (USHL)
29 Flag of Illinois Raith, CharlieCharlie Raith Junior D 5' 9" (1.75 m) 170 lb (77 kg) 1997-04-30 Winnetka, Illinois Central Illinois (USHL)
30 Flag of Minnesota Bischel, RyanRyan Bischel Sophomore G 6' 1" (1.85 m) 180 lb (82 kg) 1999-07-05 Medina, Minnesota Fargo (USHL)
33 Flag of New Jersey Sanford, NickNick Sanford Senior G 6' 1" (1.85 m) 189 lb (86 kg) 1996-12-15 Morristown, New Jersey Boston Jr. Bruins (USPHL)

Awards and honors[]

US Hockey Hall of Fame[20][]


Individual Awards[]

Spencer Penrose Award

Tim Taylor Award

Mike Richter Award


AHCA First Team All-Americans

AHCA Second Team All-Americans


Individual Awards[]

Most Valuable Player

Freshman of the Year

Coach of the Year

All-Conference Teams[]

First Team All-WCHA

Second Team All-WCHA


Individual Awards[]

Player of the Year

Rookie of the Year

Best Defensive Defenseman

Best Goaltender

Coach of the Year

Scholar-Athlete of the Year

Terry Flanagan Memorial Award

  • Steve Noble: 1997
  • Dan VeNard: 2008
  • Erik Condra: 2009
  • Joe Rogers: 2013

Ilitch Humanitarian Award

Tournament Most Valuable Player

All-Conference Teams[]

First Team All-CCHA

Second Team All-CCHA

CCHA All-Rookie Team

Hockey East[]

Individual Awards[]

Best Defensive Forward

  • Sam Herr: 2016

Best Defensive Defenseman

Three-Stars Award

All-Conference Teams[]

First Team All-Hockey East

Second Team All-Hockey East

Third Team All-Hockey East

Hockey East All-Rookie Team

Big Ten[]

Individual Awards[]

Player of the Year

Goaltender of the Year

Tournament Most Outstanding Player

All-Conference Teams[]

First Team All-Big Ten

Second Team All-Big Ten

Big Ten All-Freshman Team

  • 2018–19: Michael Graham, F

Fighting Irish in the NHL[21][]

= NHL All-Star Team = NHL All-Star[22] = NHL All-Star[22] and NHL All-Star Team = Hall of Famers

Player Position Team(s) Years Stanley Cups
Anders Bjork Left Wing BOS 2017–Present 0
Jim Brown Defenseman LAK 1982–1983 0
Jack Brownschidle Defenseman STL, HFD 1977–1986 0
Jeff Brownschidle Defenseman HFD 1981–1982 0
Ian Cole Defenseman STL, PIT, CBJ, COL 2010–Present 2
Erik Condra Right Wing OTT, TBL, DAL 2010–Present 0
Thomas Di Pauli Forward PIT 2019–Present 0
Mark Eaton Defenseman PHI, NSH, PIT, NYI 1999–2013 1
Steven Fogarty Center NYR 2017–Present 0
Dennis Gilbert Defenseman CHI 2018–Present 0
Rob Globke Right Wing FLA 2005–2008 0
Jordan Gross Defenseman ARI 2019–Present 0
Christian Hanson Center TOR 2008–2011 0
Vinnie Hinostroza Center CHI, ARI 2015–Present 0
Don Jackson Defenseman MNS, EDM, NYR 1977–1987 2
Stephen Johns Defenseman DAL 2015–Present 0
Brett Lebda Defenseman DET, TOR, CBJ 2005–2012 1
Anders Lee Left Wing NYI 2012–Present 0
Mike McNeill Left Wing CHI, QUE 1990–1992 0

Player Position Team(s) Years Stanley Cups
Greg Meredith Forward CGY 1980–1983 0
Bill Nyrop Defenseman MTL, MNS 1975–1982 3
Wes O'Neill Defenseman COL 2008–2010 0
Victor Oreskovich Right Wing FLA, VAN 2009–2012 0
Kyle Palmieri Right Wing ANA, NJD 2010–Present 0
Andrew Peeke Defenseman CBJ 2019–Present 0
Cal Petersen Goaltender LAK 2018–Present 0
Alex Pirus Center MNS, DET 1976–1980 0
Dave Poulin Center PHI, BOS, WSH 1982–1995 0
Robbie Russo Defenseman DET 2016–2017 0
Bryan Rust Right Wing PIT 2014–Present 2
Riley Sheahan Center DET, PIT, FLA 2011–Present 0
Ben Simon Center ATL, CBJ 2001–2006 0
Yan Stastny Center EDM, BOS, STL 2005–2010 0
Ryan Thang Right Wing NSH 2011–2012 0
T. J. Tynan Right Wing CBJ 2016–present 0
Mark Van Guilder Center NSH 2013–2014 0
Tim Wallace Forward PIT, NYI, TBL, CAR 2008–2013 0


Several players also were members of WHA teams.

Player Position Team(s) Years Avco Cups
Ray Delorenzi Wing VNC, CAC 1974–1976 0
Larry Israelson Wing VNC, CAC 1974–1977 0
Kevin Nugent Wing IND 1978–1979 0
Brian Walsh Right Wing CAC 1976–1977 0

Team captains[]

Compton Family Ice Arena[]

In February 2009, The University of Notre Dame announced it will begin construction on a new, freestanding, on-campus ice arena designed to meet the needs of both the Irish hockey team and the local community.[23] Construction on the 5,022-seat arena began on March 15, 2010 with the venue opening in the Fall of 2011.[24] The arena held its first Notre Dame hockey game on October 21, 2011 when a sellout crowd saw Notre Dame defeat Rensselaer 5–2.[25]

The new ice arena is located south of the Joyce Center, just north of Edison Road, and just west of where the new Irish track and field facility is being constructed. The majority of the general public arena seating is of the chair-back variety with bleacher seating in the student section.[26] The Compton Family Center replaced the rink inside the Edmund P. Joyce Center. During the time that the Irish played at the Joyce Center, the facility was the second smallest home rink in the CCHA with a hockey capacity of 2,857. All seats were benchers, and most of the seating consists of temporary bleachers. In 2007, the Irish compiled an impressive 14–2–2 home record at the Joyce Center.


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