Mark Benning (born April 19, 1964 in Edmonton, Alberta) is a retired ice hockey player. Born in Edmonton as the son of current NHL scout Elmer Benning for the Montreal Canadiens, and brother of former NHL players Jim Benning and Brian Benning, Mark played for the St. Albert Saints junior hockey team. Recruited by the University of Notre Dame, Benning played for two years and then transferred to Harvard University in 1984.Benning graduated from Harvard University with a degree in Economics in 1987. He was named a first-team All-American, an Academic All-American, All-Ivy League, All-ECAC and as of 2014 still holds the record for career assists by a defenseman at Harvard with 102. A three-year letter winner, Mark was also the 1987 Tudor Cup winner for Most Valuable Player at Harvard and the

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  • Mark Benning (born April 19, 1964 in Edmonton, Alberta) is a retired ice hockey player. Born in Edmonton as the son of current NHL scout Elmer Benning for the Montreal Canadiens, and brother of former NHL players Jim Benning and Brian Benning, Mark played for the St. Albert Saints junior hockey team. Recruited by the University of Notre Dame, Benning played for two years and then transferred to Harvard University in 1984.Benning graduated from Harvard University with a degree in Economics in 1987. He was named a first-team All-American, an Academic All-American, All-Ivy League, All-ECAC and as of 2014 still holds the record for career assists by a defenseman at Harvard with 102. A three-year letter winner, Mark was also the 1987 Tudor Cup winner for Most Valuable Player at Harvard and the 1987 Bingham Award winner for most valuable athlete in the Harvard senior class.After college Benning played for EC Bad Nauheim in the German Hockey League for two seasons before retiring from hockey in 1989. He then went to Stanford Business School and is now an options trader in San Diego, California. He was inducted into the Harvard Athletic Hall of Fame in 2004. (en)
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  • Mark Benning (born April 19, 1964 in Edmonton, Alberta) is a retired ice hockey player. Born in Edmonton as the son of current NHL scout Elmer Benning for the Montreal Canadiens, and brother of former NHL players Jim Benning and Brian Benning, Mark played for the St. Albert Saints junior hockey team. Recruited by the University of Notre Dame, Benning played for two years and then transferred to Harvard University in 1984.Benning graduated from Harvard University with a degree in Economics in 1987. He was named a first-team All-American, an Academic All-American, All-Ivy League, All-ECAC and as of 2014 still holds the record for career assists by a defenseman at Harvard with 102. A three-year letter winner, Mark was also the 1987 Tudor Cup winner for Most Valuable Player at Harvard and the (en)
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