Bulldogs In The Pros

Welcome to the Bulldog Hockey Blog’s running list of former Minnesota Duluth hockey players in the professional ranks.

Send corrections or updates to me at mwellens@duluthnews.com. Thanks.

Last updated: 12:45 p.m., Feb, 8, 2018.

UMD men

NHL
J.T. Brown (2010-12), Anaheim Ducks
Justin Faulk (2010-11), Carolina Hurricanes
Jason Garrison (2005-08), Vegas Golden Knights
Alex Iafallo (2013-17, Los Angeles Kings
Matt Niskanen (2005-07), Washington Capitals
Neal Pionk (2015-17), New York Rangers
Alex Stalock (2006-09), Minnesota Wild
Dominic Toninato (2013-17), Colorado Avalanche

AHL
Tony Cameranesi (2012-16), Utica Comets
Chris Casto (2011-13), Chicago Wolves
Willie Corrin (2012-2016), Belleville Senators
Adam Johnson (2015-17), Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins
Kasimir Kaskisuo (2014-16), Chicago Wolves
Adam Krause (2011-15), Rochester Americans
Hunter Miska (2016-17), Tucson Roadrunners
Carson Soucy (2013-17), Iowa Wild
Andy Welinski (2012-16), San Diego Gulls

ECHL
Joe Basaraba (2010-14), Greenville Swamp Rabbits
Caleb Herbert (2011-14), Greenville Swamp Rabbits
Brenden Kotyk (2013-17), Greenville Swamp Rabbits
Dylan Olsen (2009-11), Adirondack Thunder
Willie Raskob (2013-17), Quad City Mallards
Charlie Sampair
(2012-16), Tulsa Oilers

UMD women

U.S. Women’s National Team
Sidney Morin (2013-17)
Maddie Rooney (2015-present)

Canadian Women’s National Team
Brigette Lacquette (2011-15)
Haley Irwin (2007-12)
Jocelyne Larocque (2007-11)

NWHL (U.S.)
Meghan Huertas (2013-15), Connecticut Whale

CWHL (Canada)
Ashleigh Brykaliuk (2013-17), Vanke Rays
Zoe Hickel (2011-15), Kunlun Red Star
Noemie Marin (2003-07), Montreal Canadiennes
Iya Gavrilova (2007-08), Calgary Inferno
Jessica Wong (2009-13), Kunlun Red Star
Jenna McParland (2011-15), Markham Thunder
Emmanuelle Blais (2006-10), Montreal Canadiennes
Caroline Ouellette (2002-05), Montreal Canadiennes

SDHL (Sweden)
Lara Stalder (2013-17), Linkoping HC
Michela Cava (2014-16), MODO
Pernilla Winberg (2008-13), Linkoping HC
Maria Lindh (2014-17), Djurgardens IF

Liiga (Finland)
Tea Villila (2011-15), Blues
Noora Jaakkola (2010-12), HPK