Glenn E. Graves
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Men's Ice Hockey


Graves was one of the early architects of the Crusader men's ice hockey program.  In his four years at Holy Cross from 1973-1977, he led the team in all three offensive categories twice.  He was named an ECAC All-Star and the ECAC Rookie of the Year in 1973-1974 when he led the team in assists (42) and points (59).  In his sophomore season, he led the Crusaders all three offensive categories, netting 20 goals and 35 assists for 55 points.  He would duplicate the feat again in his senior season, with 22 tallies and 31 helpers for 53 points, and was named an Honorable Mention All-American.

He graduated first in career assists with 122, second in goals with 75, and second in points with 197.  When he left Holy Cross in 1977, his 2.12 points-per-game average was third in school history.