|Institution||University of Vermont|
|Colors||Green & Gold|
|President||Daniel M. Fogel|
|Athletic Director||Robert Corran|
|Men's Coach||Kevin Sneddon (Harvard '92)|
|Women's Coach||Dennis Miller (Vermont '89)|
|Hockey East Championships||none|
UVM’s men's hockey team has produced 14 NHL players in its history. UVM alumni currently in the NHL include Viktor Stålberg '09 (Nashville Predators), Torrey Mitchell '07 (San Jose Sharks), Patrick Sharp '02 (Chicago Blackhawks), Martin St. Louis '97 (New York Rangers), Éric Perrin '97 (Atlanta Thrashers), Brayden Irwin '10 (Toronto Maple Leafs), and Tim Thomas '97 (Boston Bruins). St. Louis, Perrin, and former NHL All-Star John LeClair '91 won the Stanley Cup in their careers. In 2004, St. Louis was awarded the Hart Memorial Trophy as the NHL's MVP, the Art Ross Trophy as the NHL's leading scorer, the Lester B. Pearson Award as the league's most outstanding player in the regular season as judged by the members of the NHL Players Association, and the Bud Light Plus/Minus award. Thomas was awarded the Vezina Trophy as the NHL's top goaltender in 2009. UVM is the only NCAA program in history to count alumni who have won both the Hart Trophy and the Vezina Trophy, as well as the only NCAA program to generate an Art Ross winner.