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Messier, Paul

 Person

Student-athlete: Men's ice hockey, 1976-1978.

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

1977-1978 University of Denver Men's Ice Hockey Team, between 1977-1978

 Item
Identifier: U300.01.0390.00009
Overview Photographic image and name plate containing the members of the 1977-1978 University of Denver (DU) Pioneers men's ice hockey team and 1978 WCHA Champions. Back row (left to right): Dave Lassen (manager), Gary Nedelak, Perry Stensland, Brad Purpur, Doug Berry, Lex Hudson, Ray Anttila, Mark Falcone, Paul Messier, Cal Sandbeck, Bob Pazzelli (captain), Gene Lake (manager). Middle row: Barry Lupovich (graduate assistant coach), Rob Anderson, Dirk Scherer, Greg Woods, Craig Roehl, Shawn Dineen,...
Dates: between 1977-1978

1977-1978 University of Denver Men's Ice Hockey Team, between 1977-1978

 Item
Identifier: U300.06.0069.00074
Overview 1977-1978 University of Denver (DU) Pioneers men's ice hockey team poses for a group portrait. Front row (left to right): Jim Bales, Craig Berezowsky, Brian McAlister, assistant coach Ralph Backstrom, Ernie Glanville, head coach Marshall Johnston, Frank Xavier, Alex Belcourt, and Walt Aufderheide. Middle row: graduate assistant Barry Lupovich, Rob Anderson, Dick Scherer, Greg Woods, Craig Roehl, Shawn Dineen, Jud Schultz, Vince Magnan, Mark Davidson and athletic trainer Bob Williams. Back row:...
Dates: between 1977-1978

Denver Pioneers vs. University of Michigan, January 27 & 28, 1978 January 27-28

 Item
Identifier: U300.05.0036.00008
Overview Program for the University of Denver home hockey series against University of Michigan on January 27 & 28, 1978. Includes rosters for both teams, 1977-78 schedule, DU's statistics from 1977-78 season, photographs of DU players and coach Marshall Johnston, ''Meet the Pioneers'' featuring Vince Magnan and Paul Messier, Mystery photo, ''Pioneer Update'' with coach Marshall Johnston, and ''Opponents at a Glance''. Featured DU player profile (folds out into a poster): Junior Gord Gibson.
Dates: 1978 January 27-28