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MACwood Squares: Who's The Greatest Miami Hockey Player Ever?

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MACwood Squares is our summer reading series on the best athletes in Mid-American Conference sports history. This week features Miami. Looking for your MAC school? Consult our schedule for other teams and please submit your nominees as well.

Sorry for the half-copout today, but it's been a busy day. Miami hockey MUST be mentioned, however. They've been too good lately in all of college hockey to omit them. Just leave your candidates in the comments.

As a starting point, you can go with Andy Miele, the reigning Hobey Baker winner, or former Hobey finalists:

Brian Savage
Randy Robitaille
Dan Boyle
Derek Edwardson
Andy Greene
Nathan Davis
Ryan Jones
Carter Camper
Cody Reichard 

For bonus kicks you could throw in the first Miami hockey player to be in either the NHL or the Miami Athletics Hall of Fame, goalie Alain Chevrier. I mean, if you're impressed with getting the tar beaten out of you by Ron Hextall:

Here we are. The POWER of groupthink compels you!

Who are your nominees for Miami's MACwood Squares? Comment below, tweet us at @HustleBelt or submit a FanPost making your case. The final nine will be revealed Friday.