Western Michigan hockey has flourished since the program’s first season in 1973 as a club team. The Broncos gained Division I status when they joined the Central Collegiate Hockey Association (CCHA) in 1975 where it competed until 2013 when they joined the National Collegiate Hockey Conference (NCHC).
In the program’s 47 years of existence, the Broncos have had an abundance of players that have skated on Lawson’s ice that have made an eternal mark on WMU hockey.
Here are my top five Western Michigan hockey players of all time.
Dan Dorion (1982-86)
Dorion places No.