|High School:||St. Sebastian's School|
|Draft:||New York Islanders|
Completed career tied for 22nd in Harvard history with 126 games played ... Won 59.7 percent of faceoffs in his career (1,437-972) ... Selected in the fourth round (119th overall) of the 2006 NHL Entry Draft by the New York Islanders.
Senior (2009-10) Stats
An ECAC Hockey All-Academic selection ... Scored five goals and added seven assists ... Won a team-high 56.2 percent of his faceoffs (318-248) ... In 28 games, logged a winning faceoff record 20 times and an even mark four times ... Posted double-digit wins in 17 games ... Went 16-6 on faceoffs in Game 1 of ECAC first-round sweep at Princeton (March 5) and 17-8 in final game at Cornell (March 13) ... Scored Harvard's lone goal and won a season-high 19 faceoffs (19-6) at St. Lawrence (Feb. 27) ... Tallied two goals and added an assist in 5-2 win at Brown (Feb. 5) ... Scored a goal and assisted on Louis Leblanc's tying tally with 2.3 seconds left at Rensselaer (Jan. 23) ... Won a season-high 16 faceoffs in consecutive games against Dartmouth (Nov. 29) and Brown (Dec. 1), going 16-11 against the Big Green and 16-9 against Brown ... Registered a goal and an assist in 3-3 tie at No. 19 Princeton to give him five goals in the first five games ... Recorded an assist at Colgate (Nov. 6) in his 100th career game and a had goal at No. 5 Cornell (Nov. 7) on season's first weekend road trip ... Assisted on Marshall Everson's eventual game-winning goal in season-opening win at Dartmouth (Oct. 30).
Selected to the All-Ivy League second team and ECAC Hockey All-Academic team ... Led the Crimson in points and shared the team lead in goals ... Ranked second on the team with five multi-point games ... Part of the league's top power play in ECAC games (19.2 percent, 24 for 125) ... Won a team-high 61.5 percent of faceoffs (399-250) ... Logged at least a point in 11 of Harvard's final 16 regular-season games ...Tied for sixth in ECAC Hockey with 11 league power-play points (4-7-11) and seventh with four league power-play goals ... Notched second career hat trick and a career-high four points in 5-5 tie at No. 18 Dartmouth (Jan. 25) as part of a run of seven points in three games (Jan. 25-Feb. 2) ... Later registered points in five straight games (Feb. 14-28) ... Scored both Harvard goals in 2-2 tie at No. 20 St. Lawrence (Feb. 20), one game after recording a pair of assists in 4-2 win against No. 6 Cornell (Feb. 14) ... Also had two assists in season-opening, 4-1 win against Dartmouth ... Posted a winning faceoff record in 25 of 31 games and won 15 draws or more 11 times ... Won a season-high 21 faceoffs, losing just six, at Clarkson (Feb. 21) ... Had a plus or even rating in 26 of 31 games.
ECAC Hockey's nominee for National Player of the Month for February, earning honorable mention ... Named ECAC Hockey Player of the Week (Feb. 18) following seven-point week ... Often skated on high-powered scoring line with Mike Taylor '08 and Matt McCollem ... Shared the team lead in plus/minus, game-winning goals and faceoff percentage (.607) ... Ranked second on the Crimson in goals, points, assists and power-play goals ... In ECAC Hockey games, tied for fifth with nine power-play points, fifth with four power-play goals and ninth with eight goals ... Tied for second in the Ivy League in power-play goals (three) in league games, fourth in goals (five) and 10th in scoring (5-3-8) ... Registered seven points (2-5-7) in five playoff games ... Posted a winning faceoff record in 27 of 34 games and had a losing mark in just one of the first 20 contests ... Reached double digits in faceoff wins 32 times ... Scored in the third period to tie Colgate (Feb. 29) ... Had a goal and an assist in victory against Yale (Feb. 22) ... Posted first career hat trick in 3-2 win against No. 17 Princeton (Feb. 15) and added another goal the following night in 4-1 win against No. 16 Quinnipiac ... Had a goal, two assists and a season-high 21 faceoff wins earlier in the week, in Beanpot final against No. 7 Boston College ... Recorded a goal and an assist in 3-1 win at Dartmouth (Jan. 26) ... Won faceoff to set up own game-winning goal in overtime at Boston University (Nov. 20) ... Had a goal and an assist with a +3 rating at No. 16 St. Lawrence (Nov. 3) ... Recorded assists in three straight games three times (Jan. 11-26, Dec. 12-30, Nov. 2-9).
Shared with Alex Biega the George Percy Award as the Crimson's top rookies ... Named ECAC Hockey League Rookie of the Week (March 5) ... Ranked second on the team with 24 points and 17 assists and tied for seventh in scoring among ECACHL freshmen ... League's second-leading power-play scorer in ECACHL games (4-10-14) ... Ranked 11th in the league, first among freshmen, with 17 overall power-play points (5-12) ... Led Crimson centers with a .611 winning percentage on faceoffs (272 wins, 173 losses) ... One of eight players and two freshmen to play in all 33 games ... Centered Ryan Maki '07 and Mike Taylor for much of the season and played on power-play unit that ranked eighth nationally at 20.5 percent (42 for 205) ... Netted four power-play goals ... Ranked third on the team with five multiple-point games ... Won at least half of his faceoffs in 18 straight games, posting a winning record in 17 of those contests ... Notched two goals and an assist in win at Princeton (Feb. 9) ... Registered three goals at Brown (Feb. 17) ... Posted a goal and an assist in playoff-opening win against Yale (March 2) ... Went 24-7 on faceoffs in the Yale series and 42-13 during team's late-season, four-game win streak ... Scored first collegiate goal against No. 14 Clarkson (Nov. 3), his second career game, and added two assists barely three minutes apart the following night against St. Lawrence.
Four-year hockey letterman at St. Sebastian's School ... Captained team during senior season ... Flood Shield Award winner and All-New England Prep selection as a senior ... All-Independent School League pick in sophomore, junior and senior years ... Team was ISL champion and a New England finalist in 2002-2003 ... National Honor Society member in grades 11 and 12.
Sister, Mary, is the third-leading scorer in Division II field hockey history and earned All-America honors three times in her career at Bentley ... Sisters, Bethany (Northeastern), Jane (Boston University) and Catherine (Maryland), played Division I field hockey in college, with Bethany and Jane earning All-America honors.
Points - 4 at Dartmouth, Jan. 25, 2009
Goals - 3 twice, most recently at Dartmouth, Jan. 25, 2009
Assists - 3 at Brown, Feb. 17, 2007
Point Streak - 6 Feb. 11-29, 2008