Clark, Gordie - University of New Hampshire - Forward - (1971-74)

Clark, Gordie  - University of New Hampshire - Forward - (1971-74)

Two-Time All-America (1973-74) ... Three-Time All-Conference First Team (1972-74) ... 1970-79 ECAC Hockey All-Decade Second Team ... Captain of UNH’s 1974 Team ... School’s First Two-Time All-America Honoree ... Compiled 76 Goals and 86 Assists for 162 Points in 90 Collegiate Contests ... Compiled Career-Best Goals (27), Assists (30) and Points (57) During First Collegiate Season (1971-72) ... Named All-New England in 1974 ... Two-Time Recipient (1973-74) of UNH’s Roger A. Leclerc Trophy Presented to Team’s Most Valuable Player ... Presented Wildcats’ Most Improved Player Award in 1972 ... Earned UNH’s 1973 Ted Karmeris Fan Favorite Award ... 1974 Leonard Fowle Award Winner as New England Player of Year ...   Selected as 1974 Herb Gallagher Award Recipient as New England’s Outstanding Forward ... Following Graduation, Played for Boston Bruins of National Hockey League (NHL) and Cincinnati Stingers of World Hockey Association (WHA) ... Spent Nine Years in American Hockey League (AHL), Amassing 267 Goals and 332 Assists for 599 Points in 540 AHL Games .. Finest Season in AHL was 1981-82 with Maine Mariners, Registering 50 Goals and 51 Assists for 101 Points in 80 Games ... Served as Assistant Coach with NHL’s Boston Bruins (1989-92) and New York Islanders (1996-98) ... Inducted into Wildcat Athletics Council Hall of Fame in 1982