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Ash Goldie
Ash Goldie

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
London, Ontario

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 172

Position:
Forward

Birthdate:
03/03/1981

Experience:
3L

Previous Team:
London Nationals (WOJHL)


Career Notes: Posted 37 goals and 56 assists for 93 points in 160 career games • Tallied 21 power-play goals and 11 game winner among his 37 markers • Four-year letterwinner (2001-05).

2004-05: Played in 39 games with 11-10--21 totals to rank fourth on team in scoring • Second on squad with three game-winning goals • Scored State's lone goal in 3-1 loss to St. Lawrence (Oct. 15) • Scored game winner and added an assist vs. Nebraska-Omaha (Oct. 29) • Scored goals in back-to-back games against Ferris State (Nov. 5-6), including the game-winner in game two on the power play • Also added an assist in the 5-1 win over FSU (Nov. 6) for his second multiple-point game of the season • Scored State's lone goal on the power play in 1-1 OT tie with Cornell (Nov. 12) • First career hat trick in 4-1 win over Notre Dame (Dec. 11), including the game-winning tally • Picked up two assists vs. Lake Superior State (Jan. 21) • Tallied a goal in tie with LSSU (Jan. 22) • Set up State's lone goal in 1-1 tie vs. Michigan at Joe Louis (Feb. 5) • Picked up three helpers in MSU's two-game sweep of Miami in the first round of the CCHA playoffs (March 11-12) • Scored State's lone goal in 4-1 loss to Ohio State in CCHA Super Six Semifinals (March 18).

2003-04: Posted 9-13--22 totals in 42 games • Tied for fifth on MSU in scoring with 22 points • Tied for sixth in the nation with five game-winning goals • Tallied game-winning goal in back-to-back games vs. Western Michigan (Oct. 24-25) as both goals were power-play markers • Career-best four assists vs. Ferris State (Oct. 31) • Tallied first 5-on-5 goal of the season and game winner at Miami (Nov. 15) • Registered three assists in 7-2 win over Michigan Tech in GLI semifinals (Dec. 27) • Scored pair of goals vs. Northern Michigan (Jan. 3) and tallied two goals at Bowling Green (Jan. 17) • Set up MSU's game-winning tally in 4-2 victory at Ohio State (Jan. 23) • Tallied two assists in 8-5 win at Lake Superior State (Feb. 5) • Scored game-winning marker in 3-2 win at Alaska Fairbanks (Feb.14) • Posted game-winning goal on the power play in 3-0 blanking of Nebraska-Omaha (Feb. 20) • Set up MSU's lone goal in CCHA Super Six Quarterfinals vs. Northern Michigan (March 18).

2002-03: Appeared in 38 games with 8-15--23 totals • Fourteen of his 23 points (six goals, eight assists) came via the power play • Registered two assists vs. Lake Superior State (Oct. 24) • Tallied a goal and an assist vs. Niagara (Nov. 9) • Scored MSU's second goal on the power play at Minnesota (Nov. 29) • Scored power play marker in 5-3 loss to Ferris State (Dec. 7) • Drew an assist each night at Lake Superior State (Jan. 3-4) • Scored game-winning goal on the power play vs. Alaska Fairbanks (Jan. 10) • Had career-best three-point (1-2) night in 6-2 victory over UAF (Jan. 11) • Drew an assist on Corey Potter's game-winning tally vs. Michigan (Feb. 15) • Registered power play marker vs. Michigan (March 1) • Added an assist on MSU's fourth goal in 4-0 shutout at WMU (March 7) • Scored career-best two goals and equaled career high with three points in 11-1 victory over UAF (March 14).

2001-02: MSU's second-leading freshmen scorer with 9-18--27 in 41 games • Tied for fourth among CCHA rookies in scoring in all games • Had at least one point in 13 of his last 17 games • Notched first career point - an assist - in Spartan win vs. Lake Superior State (Oct. 11) • Picked up first goal in a Spartan uniform against Ferris State (Oct. 20) • Scored game-winning goal in MSU defeat of Michigan Tech in first round of Great Lakes Invitational (Dec. 28) • Also added an assist in Spartans' win vs. Huskies for second multiple-point game of the season • Had a goal and an assist in MSU's 3-3 tie at Ohio State (Feb. 2) • First multi-point effort occurred Nov. 9, when he had a pair of assists against UMass • Tallied game-winning goal vs. Ohio State (Jan. 25) • Recorded first two-assist game vs. Bowling Green (March 9) • Assisted on MSU's game-winning goal in a CCHA playoff semifinal win vs. Northern Michigan (March 16) • Scored the Spartans' first goal in CCHA playoff championship game vs. Michigan (March 17).

PRIOR TO MSU: Spent the 2000-01 season with the London Nationals of Ontario's Western Junior B Hockey League • Ranked second on the team in scoring with 39-29--68 in 50 outings • 39 markers were a team-high and paced the league • Led the league with nine game-winning goals, eight first goals and eight insurance goals • Also shared the Western Junior B League lead in power-play tallies (11), short-handed markers (five), power-play points (24) and short-handed points (five) • Ranked third in the league in total points and was second in points per game (1.36 ppg) • Shared the Western Junior B lead in playoff scoring with 5-12--17 in 16 postseason games • Captured CHOK Radio Award as league's most valuable player • Named to the Western Junior B All-League team • Played in league's 2001 All-Star Game • Team finished regular-season with second-best record and ended the season with a 19-game winning streak • Helped the Nationals to a second-place finish in the Western Junior B playoffs • Played for the Nationals in 1999-2000, posting 32-20--52 in 57 games.

PERSONAL: Born March 3, 1981 • Human resource management major • Graduate of John Paul II H.S. in London, Ont. • Favorite NHL team: Toronto Maple Leafs • Favorite NHL Player: Joe Thornton • Says "That '70s Show" is his favorite television program • Son of Neil and Shani Goldie.


Career Statistics
YEAR	GP	G	A	PTS	PPG	SHG	GWG	+/-	PEN-MIN
2001-02	41	9	18	27	6	0	2	+6	5-10
2002-03	38	8	15	23	6	0	1	-6	5-10
2003-04	42	9	13	22	4	0	5	0	11-22
2004-05	39	11	10	21	5	0	3	-1	14-28
TOTALS	160	37	56	93	21	0	11	-1	35-70