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
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