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#29 Peter Mannino
Position: Goaltender
Height: 6'0"
Weight: 195
Year: Senior
Hometown: Farmington Hills, Mich.
Club: Tri-City Storm (USHL)
Experience: 3 Letters
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Peter Mannino
Courtesy: Denver Athletics
Release: 08/15/2007

2007-08: Played in 40 of 41 games led Denver with a 25-14-1 record, 2.27 goals against average, .917 saves percentage and six shutouts earned All-WCHA third-team honors and Lowes Senior CLASS Award first-team accolades named to the WCHA Final Five and Wells Fargo Denver Cup all-tournament teams set DU’s all-time shutout mark at 15 and also ranks second all-time in saves percentage (.917), and third in wins (63) and goals against average (2.35) finished season tied for first nationally in shutouts, sixth in minutes (2,301:49), ninth in winning percentage (.638), 20th in goals against average and 24th in saves percentage ranked second in the WCHA in minutes, third in winning percentage, and seventh in goals against average and saves percentage four-time Red Baron WCHA Defensive Player of the Week (Oct. 16, Nov. 6, Nov. 20, Feb. 12) honoree tied Stephen Wagner for first place on DU’s single-season games played list with 40 and ranks third in single-season shutouts, fourth in saves percentage, tied for fourth in goals against average and tied for seventh in wins allowed two goals or less in 22 of DU’s 26 wins this season stopped season-high 36 shots in 5-1 win at Minnesota (11/2) made 20 or more saves in 31 of 40 games three of six shutouts have come against ranked teams (Maine, North Dakota and Minnesota Duluth) tallied four assists, including two in 7-0 win against Minnesota State (11/17) committed five penalties for 10 minutes helped the West to a 13-6 win over the East at the NCAA Frozen Four Skills Challenge  named to the All-WCHA Academic team.

2006-07: Played in 19 games, alternating time in net with Glenn Fisher for the third consecutive season posted an 8-6-2 record with a 2.29 goals against average and .919 saves percentage recorded three shutouts, including back-to-back shutouts against Alaska Anchorage (12/16) and Mercyhurst (12/29) posted a season-high 39 saves in 4-3 overtime win at Wisconsin (11/11) posted a season-high shutout minutes streak of 168:31 from Dec. 9-Jan. 5 ranked second in the WCHA in winning percentage (.667), third in saves percentage (.920) and sixth in goals against average (2.22) during league games ranked fourth in the WCHA in saves percentage, fifth in winning percentage (.583) and eighth in goals against average for all games named Red Baron WCHA Defensive Player of the Week for Dec. 18-24 ranks among DU's career goaltending leaders in saves percentage (2nd), shutouts (3rd) and goals against average (4th).

2005-06: Played 22 games, splitting time in net with Glenn Fisher led team with a 12-8-1 record, 2.71 GAA and .904 Sv % recorded three points on three assists named Preseason Second-Team All-American by College Hockey News recorded sixth career shutout with 27 saves in 4-0 win at UMass (11/26) stopped season-high 42 shots against Ferris State (12/31) recorded career-high two assists in 5-2 win over St. Cloud State (1/14) won four consecutive games (1/14-2/11) defeated Notre Dame, North Dakota, Michigan Tech, UMass, Colorado College (twice), Minnesota Duluth (twice), St. Cloud State, Wisconsin, Alaska Anchorage and Minnesota State.

2004-05: Played in 23 games splitting time in net with Glenn Fisher primarily played as Denver's Saturday night starting goalie named the Frozen Four Most Outstanding Player after recording 85 saves (41 vs. CC and 44 vs. UND) posted a 1.50 GAA and .966 Sv% in the Frozen Four led Denver with an 18-4-1 overall record, 2.19 GAA and .927 Sv% earned two points on two assists committed five penalties for 10 minutes named CSTV/HCA National Division I Rookie of the Month (March/April) recipient of the "Player's Bench" Star of the Year Award as Denver's "Three Stars of the Game" Point Leader named to the Wells Fargo Denver Cup All-Tournament Team named Red Baron WCHA Defensive Player of the Week (10/30) and Rookie of the Week (3/7) ranked fourth in the nation with a .804 winning percentage and sixth with a .927 save percentage ranked among WCHA goaltenders in league games in winning percentage (2nd), goals against average (6th) and saves percentage (8th) ranked among WCHA (all games) in saves percentage (1st), winning percentage (2nd) and goals against average (3rd) made 31 saves in 4-2 win over New Hampshire in the NCAA Northeast Regional Final (3/27) ranked third all-time with five shutouts in a single season, including 31-save effort in WCHA regular-season championship game against Colorado College (3/4) and 25 saves against CC in WCHA Final Five championship set a school record by shutting out three consecutive opponents, breaking his own school mark with 208:42 consecutive shutout minutes previously set the Denver goaltender record for shutout minutes at 178:16 at St. Cloud State on Jan. 22 surpassing former All-American Wade Dubielewicz' mark of 158:26 set in 2001-02 recorded back-to-back shutouts against Northeastern (1/2) and Michigan Tech (1/8) set Denver freshman goaltender record with five shutouts ranked second all-time with a .927 Sv% in a single season ranked fourth all-time with a 2.19 GAA in a single season made 20 saves in 6-3 win over Colorado College (11/13) posted an 8-0-1 with a 1.64 GAA and .945 Sv% during nine-game unbeaten streak from Nov. 27-Feb. 12 stopped then-career-high 37 shots in 4-0 shutout against Northeastern (1/2) in Wells Fargo Denver Cup championship game longest shutout streak: 208:42 (2/26-3/27).

Before Denver: Played for the Tri-City Storm of the United States Hockey League (USHL) in 2003-04 posted a 26-7-0 record, 2.11 goals against average and .908 saves percentage led the team to the Anderson Cup Championship and National Championship runner-up honors was selected as a member of the All-Star game led the Pittsburgh Forge of the North American Hockey League (NAHL) to a 34-7-4 record and to the Robertson Cup and Gold Cup championships during the 2002-03 season teammate of current Pioneer Mike Handza at Pittsburgh in 2002-03 led Pittsburgh to National Championship runner-up honors in 2001-02.

Personal: Son of Peter and Maria Mannino has one older sister, Pietrina (26) graduated from Upper St. Clair High School (Pittsburgh) in 2002 chose the University of Denver for its good reputation, the hockey coaching staff and because he wanted the challenge of following in the footsteps of Denver's past goalies management/ administration major wants to play in the National Hockey League enjoys playing roller hockey, basketball, squash, racquetball, tennis and golf born February 17, 1984.

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