2000-01: Totaled 18-12--30 in 42 contests Ranked second among Spartan skaters in goals and multiple-point games (nine) Was third on the team in points and power-play goals (seven) Paced MSU with two shorthanded tallies Named to the CCHA All-Tournament team after posting 1-1--2 in league playoff championship game vs. Michigan (March 17) Scored a shorthanded goal and added two assists in MSU win vs. Nebraska-Omaha (Oct. 21) Notched a pair of markers including a power-play goal and shorthanded tally vs. Michigan at Joe Louis Arena (Feb. 17). The SHG proved to be the game winner and clinched at least a share of the CCHA regular-season title for the Spartans Reeled off career-high tying, six-game scoring streak from Nov. 17-Dec. 2 and posted 4-4--8 during that stretch Scored at least one point in 11 of the Spartans first 14 games and was 9-8--17 over that span MSU was 14-2-1 when he scored a goal Earned CCHA All-Academic honorable mention status Served as one of MSUs two assistant captains.
1999-2000: Second-team All-CCHA Led the CCHA and ranked 13th nationally with 26 goals Added 13 assists to finish second on the team with 26-13--39 in 40 games played Second among MSU players with a +19 rating Tied for fifth in the nation with six game-winning goals and tied for fourth nationally with four short-handed goals His four SHGs are tied for 10th best in a single season at MSU and his five short-handed points are second on the team Second among MSU skaters and tied for eighth in the nation with 11 power-play goals Led team with .208 shooting percentage Scored MSUs first goal a team-high seven times and the games first goal four times (second on the team) 10 of his goals came in the first period Had 11 goals in MSUs 10-game winning streak to start the CCHA season Had goals in five straight games (10/30 to 11/13) and points in six straight (10/30 to 11/19) scored MSUs OT winner vs. Northern Michigan (2/11) MSU is 18-2-2 when he has a goal.
1998-99: Made an impact right away as a rookie, playing RW on the top line Led all MSU rookies in goals and points and was fifth on the team in scoring with 16-23--39 Was a finalist for CCHA Rookie of the Year Named to CCHA All-Rookie team and honored as MSU hockeys Outstanding Rookie Six of his goals were game-winners, tied for third-best in the nation Had 6-2--8 in five playoff games, including the biggest MSU goal of the year, with 1:08 left against Colorado College (3/28) to lift the Spartans to the Frozen Four Earned NCAA West Regional All-Tournament team for his efforts Had two goals in that game and against Michigan (2/20) in the game that clinched the CCHA regular-season title A three-time CCHA Rookie of the Week.
PRIOR TO MSU: Played for the U.S. Under-18 Team in Ann Arbor in 1997-98 Led Team USA in goals (43) and points (66) A team captain, he recorded 12 PPGs and a team-high seven GWGs Had six goals in eight games against OHL foes, including three game-winners Spent 1996-97 with the Bramalea Blues, where he totaled 14-21--35 in 60 games Named the Blues Most Improved Player.
WITH TEAM USA: In addition to his time with the Under-18 Team, Hall has worn the USA jersey for the U.S. National Junior Team and in three junior team camps Travelled to Sweden last season to take part in the 2000 World Junior Championships with the U.S. National Junior Team where he logged 2-0--2 in seven games Served as team captain for the U.S. squad Played for the 1999 U.S. National Junior Team and had one assist in six games played Was invited to the U.S. Junior Team Camp in Hackensack, N.J., in December of 1997 Played at evaluation camps for the U.S. National Junior Team in 1997, 1998 and 1999.
PERSONAL: Born Aug. 14, 1980 A finance major Drafted in the second round of the 1999 NHL Entry Draft by the Nashville Predators (52nd overall) Graduated from Ann Arbor Pioneer H.S., where he was an honor-roll student Lists fishing and golfing among his hobbies Credits his four uncles Bill, Mark, Matt and Patrick as his biggest hockey influences Son of Patrick and Jan Hall Sister, Jennifer, is an MSU graduate as are both parents.
YEAR GP G A PTS PPG SHG GWG +/- PEN/MIN 1998-99 36 16 7 23 2 0 6 +21 29/74 1999-2000 40 26 13 39 11 4 6 +19 19/38 2000-01 42 18 12 30 7 2 2 +7 17/42
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