Hall of Fame: Kip Maurer (1998)

Kip Maurer
Kip Maurer

Clifford “Kip” Maurer

Detroit, Michigan
Years Played: 1975, 1976, 1977

 

Kip Maurer, originally from Detroit, Michigan, played center at Michigan for Coach Dan Farrell from 1975-1978.  He received the Alton D. Simms Award for Most Improved Player in 1975.  He is tied for eighth place on the list of most goals scored by a single player in a single season with thirty-eight goals in the 1976-1977 season.  That same year, he had seventy-six assists, placing him in seventh place for assists in a single season.  He is tied for first place with fellow Hall of Fame member Mike Knuble for the most power-play goals in a season, with twenty-one.  He had thirty-four power-play goals in his career.  He is tied for fifth place in single season game-winning goals with seven.

 

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