When Army opens the hockey season on Friday, coach Brian Riley will be relying on a host of newcomers. Seven of Army’s top 12 forwards and two of their top six defensemen will be freshmen. Four other plebes will not dress for the contest with Nebraska-Omaha in the IceBreaker Tournament in Kansas City, Mo.
LW No. 19 Josh Richards, So.; C No. 26 Shane Hearn, Fr.; RW No. 21 Andy Starczewski, Sr.
LW No. 11 Brian Schultz, Jr.; C No. 15 R.J. Burns, Fr.; RW No. 10 Zak Zaremba, So.
LW No. 27 Willie Faust, Fr.; C No. 22 Thane Heller, Fr.; RW No. 14 Joe Kozlak, Fr.
LW No. 7 Andrew O’Leary, Fr.; C No. 8 Kyle Vogel, Fr.; RW No. 13 Jon Bobb, Sr.
Reserves: No. 16 Michael St. Denis, Fr.; No. 28 Josh Roberts, Fr.
Injured: No. 17 Mike Santee, Jr.
No. 23 Luke Jenkins, Fr., with No. 18 Mac Lalor, So.
No. 24 Maurice Alvarez, So., with No. 25 Cheyne Rocha, Sr.
No. 3 Christian Pomarico, Fr., with No. 5 John Clark, Sr.
Reserves: No. 2 James McNulty, Fr.; No. 20 Jonathan Gehrt, Fr.
Injured: No. 4 Cody Ikkala, Sr.
No. 30 Ryan Leets, Sr.
No. 1 Rob Tadazak, So.
No. 35 Matt Walsh, Sr.