88 Mark Buell

McLean, VA
1989-90, 1990-91, 1991-92, 1992-93, 1993-94


1989-90Delaware (D1)247162314
1990-91Delaware (D1)2213203323
1991-92Delaware (D1)222522478
1992-93Delaware (D1)2420395959
1993-94Delaware (D1)2834306410

1989-90 – Mark, a newcomer from Virginia, is a fluid skater with the knack for making the important pass. He will be a part of this year’s power play unit and will be a vital part of future Blue Hen teams.

1990-91 – Mark’s strong skating and play gained him valuable experience last season.His ability to handle the puck and change directions opened up many opportunities for Mark and his line mates. Expect to see Mark buzzing around the opponent’s net looking to place the puck in the back of the goal.

1991-92 – Iron Mark (He’s never missed a game) returns for his third season after a remarkable 9091 season. What makes Mark’s season standout more is he played much of it with a bad back. Off season surgery should make the teams best skater even more deadly . With his quick shot, Mark will be used on the power play and in short handed situations. He will also serve as the team secretary.

1992-93 – Mark is looking to build on his MVP per­formance which saw him rack up his IOOth point. Whether at even-strength, short­handed, or on the powerplay, he is one of the Hens deadliest weapons. Look for more exciting plays from the ‘Iron Man’ this year. He has changed his number from 22 to 88 because he says 8’s look prettier.

1993-94 – Mark, one of the Hens most talented forwards, will have the honor of serving as captain this year. He was recognized last year as a member of first team All­Star for the ACHL and ECHA. Mark has tremendous balance and is always a threat to score from anywhere.