Marinucci was the WCHA leading scorer in 1993-94 with 30 goals and 31 assists for 61 points. He helped the Bulldogs to the WCHA regular season title in 1992-93. On the All-WCHA First Team, he was the league's Most Valuable Player in 1993-94, having been runner-up for the league scoring title in 1992-93 and placing on the All-WCHA second team (he finished second to teammate and 1993 Hobey Baker finalist Derek Plante). He played in a team record 149 consecutive games during his four seasons at UMD, notched a team record nine game-winning goals in 1992-93, and was named USA Hockey’s College Hockey Player of the Year in 1994. Marinucci, a native of Grand Rapids, Minnesota, was selected by the New York Islanders in the 1990 NHL Entry Draft. He retired from pro hockey after a ten-year career in minor pro hockey, including single season stints in Japan, Germany, and Sweden.
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