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                                   2013 Burgundy/White Game - Air Force Academy

Team Burgundy's Colin Smith collides with Team White's Karl Stollery during the 2013 Burgundy/White Game at the Air Force Academy. Smith scored the first goal of the game, which Burgundy won 3-1.


Team Burgundy scored three times in a 6:13 span late in the second period and early in the third to defeat Team White 3-1 at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs. Colin Smith, Jamie McGinn and Brad Malone scored for Burgundy, while Bryan Lerg scored the only goal for Team White.

McGinn's tally was the game-winner, as he scored less than three minutes after Smith's goal gave Burgundy a 1-0 lead.

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                                   2011 Burgundy/White Game - Air Force Academy

Milan Hejduk earned an assist in Team White's 4-3 victory at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs. The win was Team White's third in the last four Burgundy/White contests.


Team White rallied back from a 2-1 deficit heading into the third period to earn a 4-3 victory over Burgundy in front of a sold out crowd at Cadet Ice Arena at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs.  Seven different players scored in the contest, including a four-goal flurry in the third period.

Greg Mauldin had a goal and an assist (1g/1a) for Burgundy, but it was Erik Johnson of Team White who scored the game-winning goal at 11:09 of the third period.

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                                   2010 Burgundy/White Game - 1STBANK Center

A sold-out crowd of 6,000 attended the 2010 Burgundy/White Game at 1STBANK Center. It marked the first time that the contest was played in Broomfield.


Team White broke a 1-1 tie two minutes into the third period on a goal by Matt Ford, but Team Burgundy responded with tallies from Chris Stewart and Philippe Dupuis in a span of 2:24 to lead Burgundy to victory. 

Chris Stewart and T.J. Galiardi each had a goal and an assist for Team Burgundy.

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                                   2009 Burgundy/White Game - Air Force Academy

The 2009 Burgundy/White Game marked the third consecutive year that the contest was held at Cadet Ice Arena on the grounds of Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs.


Team White jumped out to a 2-0 lead midway through the first period on goals from Matt Hendricks and Kelsey Tessier, but Team Burgundy battled back in the game's second half and tied the contest on tallies from Matt Duchene and Chris Stewart.

Paul Stastny scored the lone goal in the shootout to propel Team White to victory.

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                                   2008 Burgundy/White Game - Air Force Academy

Forward David Jones was the standout performer at the 2008 Burgundy/White Game, as the Guelph, Ontario native netted a hat trick in Team White's 9-0 triumph over Team Burgundy.


Jones wasn't the only star for Team White, as both forward Milan Hejduk and defenseman Jordan Leopold pitched in with four points (2g/2a) apiece.

Cody McCormick and Tom Fritsche also scored, while goaltenders Jason Bacashihua (16 saves in 40 minutes) and Andrew Raycroft (7 saves in 20 minutes) combined to produce the shutout.

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                                   2007 Burgundy/White Game - Air Force Academy

In a game that wasn't sealed until the closing seconds, Team Burgundy escaped with a 7-5 win over Team White. Burgundy was led by T.J. Hensick, who recorded four points (2g/2a).


In addition to Hensick's heroics, Burgundy also received big offensive contributions from Ian Laperriere (1g/2a) and Ken Roche (2g), the latter of whom scored an empty-net goal with 11 seconds remaining to seal the victory.

Forwards Milan Hejduk and Brent Kelly led the way for Team White with two goals each.

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                                   2006 Burgundy/White Game - Magness Arena

Netminder Jose Theodore stopped all 21 shots he faced in 30 minutes of action to help lead Team Burgundy to a 4-3 triumph over Team White at the University of Denver's Magness Arena.


Tallies by Team Burgundy's Antti Laaksonen (short-handed) and Ken Klee 1:37 apart in the third period broke a 2-2 tie, helping lead their squad to an eventual 4-3 victory.

Brad Richardson and Cody McCormick also scored for Team Burgundy, while Andrew Brunette, Victor Oreskovich and Tyler Arnason each netted a goal for Team White.

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Previous Burgundy/White Games

2005 – Team Burgundy 3, Team White 2
Team Burgundy held a 2-0 lead in the third period thanks to tallies by Dan Hinote and Cody McCormick, but Team White battled back late to tie the game on goals from Joe Sakic and Ian Laperriere.  Then, with time winding down, Wojtek Wolski unleashed a shot from the right side that got past Team White goaltender Vitaly Kolesnik as the final horn sounded.
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2003 – Team Burgundy 6, Team White 3
The line combination of Joe Sakic (3a), Paul Kariya (2g/1a) and Teemu Selanne (3g/1a) accounted for five goals and five assists to lead Burgundy to victory in front of a capacity crowd at Magness Arena. Defenseman John-Michael Liles chipped in with three assists for Burgundy.

2002 – Team White 4, Team Burgundy 3
The teams headed into the final frame tied at 2-2, but White received goals from Rob Blake and Chris Drury in the final frame to pull out the win. Mike Keane had a goal and two assists for Team White, while Brad Larsen pitched in with two points (1g/1a).

2000- Team Burgundy 3, Team White 1
Shjon Poden, Radim Vrbata and Scott Parker each scored during the first period to help Team Burgundy lock up the victory at the World Arena in Colorado Springs. Defenseman Stewart Malgunas provided the lone score for Team White when he tallied in the third period.

1999- Team Burgundy 4, Team White 0
Netminders Marc Denis and Frederic Cassivi combined to produce a shutout and Jeff Odgers lit the lamp twice in Burgundy’s triumph during the first-ever Burgundy/White Game at the World Arena in Colorado Springs. Adam Deadmarsh added a goal and an assist, while Shjon Podein also scored for Burgundy.

1998 - Team Burgundy 4, Team White 3 (SO)
Rookie Milan Hejduk tied the game up for Team Burgundy, 3-3, on a tally with 2:13 remaining in the third period to eventually force a shootout. After five shooters aside, the teams had scored once apiece with Hejduk striking for Burgundy and Joe Sakic tallying for White. Switching to a sudden-death format, the contest wasn't decided until the 10th round, when Adam Deadmarsh scored for Burgundy and Keith Jones missed for White.
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