|Dan Dreger||NCAA D1 (9 years); AHL; ECHL; CHL (2011 & 12 Finals)|
|Stephen Reneau||NCAA D1 (1 year); AHL (250 games); ECHL (2016 Finals); IIHF 2018 Men's World Championship - Denmark; USHL|
|Tom Sterns||2014-16 Frozen Faceoff; NCAA D1 (9 years); AHL; CHL; 2007/08 World Championships-Can/Germ; Outdoor Gm - Soldier Field|
|Butch Mousseau||NCAA D1 Referee (8 years - 3 in NCHC); The NCHC "Butch Mousseau" Mentoring Program was created posthumously in 2016|
|Nick Krebsbach||2015-19 Frozen Faceoff; NCAA D1 (6 years); 2018 Frozen Four - St. Paul; AHL; ECHL; World University Games-China|
|Bobby Lukkason||NCAA D1 (6 years); WCHA; US Program of Merit and Development Program; IIHF; USHL (Clark Cup Finals); NAHL|
|Sterling Egan||2014-19 Frozen Faceoff (lines); NCAA D1 (10 years); 2018 Frozen Four-St. Paul WCHA; USHL; NAHL|
|Timm Walsh||2014-18 Frozen Faceoff; NCAA D1 (14 years); CHL; WCHL; UHL; Outdoor Game - Coors Field|
|Nathan Wieler||NCAA DI (4 years); Western Hockey League (4 League Championships); 2013 Memorial Cup (championship game)|
|Geno Binda||2017-19 Frozen Faceoff; NCAA D1 (13 years); 2016 & 18 Frozen Four - Tampa & St. Paul; AHL (over 500 gms)|
|Brian Hankes||NCAA D1 (first year); US Development Program; USHL (playoffs); NAHL (playoffs)|
|Joe Sullivan||2014-19 Frozen Faceoff; NCAA D1 (6 years); NCAA Regionals; AHL; ECHL; USHL Finals & All Star Game|
|Ian Croft||NCAA D1 (5 years); AHL; CHL; WHL; USHL; 2013 World Championship-Sweden/Finland|
|Andy Thackaberry||NCAA D1 (4 years); AHL; ECHL (2016 Conf. Finals; 5 playoff seasons); CHL; U.S. Development Program|
|Brian Aaron||2019 National Championship game; NCAA D1 (24 years); 6 NCAA Tournaments; 6 CCHA Championships|
|Ryan Hersey||2019 Frozen FaceoffNCAA D1 (7 years); NCAA Regionals; 2014 NCAA National Championship game; AHL (6 years); CHL (Finals 2011-12)|
|Scott Bokal||NCAA D1 (11 years); SPHL; USHL; 2 Paralympics; 2008 Jr. World Championship-Belarus; Outdoor Game - Soldier Field|
|Cameron Voss||2019 Frozen Faceoff; NCAA D1 (4 years); 2016 Frozen Four; Tampa; NHL (2 years); AHL (4 years); Hockey East|
|Brandon Schmitt||2019 Frozen Faceoff; NCAA D1 (8 years); WCHA; U.S. Development Program; USHL; NAHL; SPHL|
|Tyler Liffrig||NCAA D1 (6 years); NAHL; USHL; MJHL|
|Troy Marrett||NCAA D1 (first year); ACHA; NCHA DIII; NAPHL; USPHL|
|Seth Mukai||NCAA D1 (12 years); Atlantic Hockey; ECHL; CHL|
|Dan Cohen||NCAA D1 (8 years); NCAA Frozen Four; Big Ten; AHL; ECHL; Outdoor Game - Soldier Field|
|Mike Eslinger||2018 Frozen Faceoff; NCAA D1 (13 years); WCHA; CHA; NAHL; ACHA|
|John Philo||2015-19 Frozen Faceoff; NCAA D1 (20 years); 2016 & 18 Frozen Four, Tampa/St. Paul; CCHA|
|Kevin Cassidy||NCAA D1 (3 years); AHL (playoffs); CHL (Playoffs/Finals); SPHL (Playoffs); U.S. Development Program|
|Chase McGee||NCAA D1 (7 years); Atlantic Hockey; CHL; U.S. Development Program; NAHL|
|Jeff Schultz||2014 & 16 Frozen Faceoff; NCAA D1 (11 years); WCHA (Multiple Final Fives); USHL|
|Eric Frank||NCAA D1 (5 years); Hockey East; ECHL; USHL; NAHL; U.S. Development Program|
|Bob Keltie||2014, 15 & 17 Frozen Faceoff; NCAA D1 (15 years); NCAA Frozen Four; ECHL; WCHL; CHL; WCHA|
|Joe Hutek||NCAA D1 (16 years); Big Ten; WCHA; CCHA; 6 Playoff Assignments|
|Tony Aronson||NCAA DI (3 years); US Development Program; USHL; NAHL|
|Andy Dokken||2014 & 15 Frozen Faceoff; NCAA D1 (10 years); WCHA; NCAA Frozen Four; USHL; NAHL|
|Brent Gawlik||NCAA D1 (20 years); NCAA Frozen Four; CCHA; IHL; Outdoor Game - Soldier Field; U-18 World Championship-Russia|
|Dana Penkivech||NCAA D1 (9 years); IHL; ECHL; SPHL; WCHA; U.S. Development Program; USHL; NAHL|
|Scott Fitzpatrick||NCAA D1 (11 years); WCHA; CCHA; ACHA; USHL|
|Nick Huff||NCAA D1 (11 years); Big Ten; CCHA; ACHA; USHL; NAHL|
|Nate Stanton||NCAA D1 (12 years); AHL; ECHL; WCHL; WCHA; CCHA; WHL; USHL|
|Elliott Bucholz||NCAA D1 (3 years); US Development Program; USHL (Finals); NAHL (Finals); IIHF|
|Pat Richardson||NCAA D1 (2nd year); Big Ten; US Development Program; ECHL (Kelly Cup Finals); AHL; USHL; U20IIA Men’s World Championships (Estonia)|
|Justin Hills||2014-19 Frozen Faceoff; NCAA D1 (11 years); NCAA Frozen Four; WCHA; MIAC|
|Nick Biondich||NCAA D1 (5 years); D3 (8 years); WIAC; MIAC; Women's WCHA|
|Sam Rankin||NCAA D1 (first year); AHL; ECHL; US Development Program; USHL; NAHL|
|Gary Pedigo||NCAA D1 (25 years); WCHL; CHL; ECHL; WCHA; Multiple Final Fives; Outdoor Game - Coors Field|
|Erik Contino||NCAA D1 (first year); AHL; ECHL; US Development Program; USHL; NAHL|
|Dylan Peper||NCAA D1 (2 Years); ECHL (200 games – 2017 Finals); CHL; USHL|
|Todd Lacina||NCAA D1 (21 years); CCHA (Referee and Linesman); UHL; ACHL; USHL; NAHL|
|Lucas Bisbee||NCAA D1 (first year); AHL (Conference Finals); ECHL (Conference Finals); US Development Program; USHL; SPHL (Finals)|
|John Grandt||Frozen Faceoff 2018-19; NCAA D1 (3 years); National Hockey League (over 200 games); 2018 NCAA Regionals; AHL|
The NCHC announced the creation of the Mark Rudolph Officiating Achievement Award on August 26, 2014. The award will be handed out annually and presented to a member of the NCHC officiating staff, be it a referee, linesman or supervisor, who through his actions, commitment, dedication, leadership and professionalism, has achieved a distinguished accomplishment that has significantly enhanced the NCHC and its officiating program both on and off the ice.
Mark Rudolph is a long-time official and distinguished administrator who resides in Colorado Springs, Colo. In 1982, Rudolph relocated from Buffalo, N.Y. to Colorado Springs for an employment opportunity that would change the complexion of American officiating forever. He pioneered the development of USA Hockey’s National Officiating Program – a program that served over 13,000 amateur officials during his 12 years of service.
Rudolph established the elite USA Hockey summer officiating camps, which accelerated the officiating careers of many, while developing and overseeing the program’s relationships with both the National Hockey League (NHL) and the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF). He also created and implemented USA Hockey’s District Officiating Seminars, which placed the elite summer camp experience into backyards across the country so more officials could benefit from that “camp experience.”
In addition, Rudolph authored the original USA Hockey officiating manuals, which provided thousands of American officials with the basic fundamentals of officiating. The USA Hockey Officiating Program continues to benefit from the foundation that Rudolph built so many years ago.
Rudolph, who officiated NCAA Division I collegiate hockey for over 10 seasons, also displayed his on-ice officiating talents in the International Hockey League (IHL), the American Hockey League (AHL) and the Atlantic Coast Hockey League (currently ECHL). Rudolph served as a Supervisor of Officials for the NHL from 1991-1997 and for the IIHF from 1988-97, as well.
Rudolph is credited with advancing hundreds of officials to higher levels of hockey, including junior, collegiate, international and professional.
Justin Hills Receives the 2018-19
Mark Rudolph Officiating Achievement Award
Linesmen Camp: Sept. 7, 2019 - Kalamazoo, Mich.
Linesmen Camp: Sept. 14, 2019 - Denver, Colo.
Referee Camp: Sept. 20-21, 2019 - Saint Paul, Minn.
Linesmen Camp: Sept. 22, 2019 - Saint Paul, Minn.