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By: Princeton Athletic Communications
          Release: 03/23/2011
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Jeff Halpern has appeared for the United States in several World Championships.
Courtesy: Princeton Athletic Communications

Over the years, several Princeton men's hockey players have represented their countries in international competition. Jeff Halpern has made made six appearances on national teams, playing in five IIHF World Championships and the 2004 World Cup of Hockey. He helped the U.S. to a bronze medal in the 2004 World Championships in the Czech Republic. Halpern served as the captain for Team USA in the 2006 World Championships held in Latvia.

Six Princeton players have played in the Olympic Winter games. Gerald Hallock and Robert Livingston helped the U.S. to silver in 1932 and Fred Kammer and Malcolm McAlpin were members of the bronze-medal winning team at the 1936 Olympics. Casson Masters, a member of the 1999 Canadian team at the World Championships in the only Princeton player to appear for a country other than the United States.

Olympics
1932    Gerald Hallock (United States) *
    Robert Livingston (United States) *
1936    A. Fred Kammer (United States) ^
    Malcolm McAlpin (United States) ^
1948    Christopher Rodgers (United States)
    James Sloane (United States)

World Cup of Hockey
2004    Jeff Halpern (United States)

IIHF World Championships
1955    Hank Bothfeld (United States)
1961    John McBride (United States)
1983    Ed Lee (United States)
1999    Casson Masters (Canada)
2000    Jeff Halpern (United States)
2001    Jeff Halpern (United States)
2004    Jeff Halpern (United States) ^
2005    Jeff Halpern (United States)
2006    David Schneider (United States)
2008    Jeff Halpern (United States)

IIHF World Junior Championships
1981    Ed Lee (United States)
1995    Jacques Joubert (United States)

* Team won Silver
^ Team won Bronze

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