Hunter Laslo's final NCAA game was last week's double overtime thriller against Pittsburgh.
He was hugely responsible for getting the team into the playoffs the last two seasons.
As co-captain he was charged with an almost unenviable task...how do you take a very young team and transform it into a winner?
Coming into the 2018-2019 campaign, the team had 9 freshman on the roster and had lost 39 goals to graduation.
Hunter helped those rookies learn the nuances of super-competitive NCAA hockey and how being an athlete fits into one's academic career.
Despite all odds against them, that young team went 15-9-2. This year, they went 15-10-1.
They far exceeded the expectations of outsiders. But, Hunter, the insider, knew better. He knew how to help the coaching staff and his team glean the most from their talents and their drive.
He led with character and the team thrived off that.
Hunter finished his career with a 15-17-32 line in 98 games.