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Corey Potter
Corey  Potter

Mason, Mich.

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 191




Previous Team:
U.S. National Under-18 Team


2005-06: : Appeared in all 45 games, one of onl yfive players to do so ... Captured both the Bill Burgess Outstanding Senior Award and the Dr. John Downs Outstanding Defensive Player Award at MSU's annual team banquet ... Earned Honorable Mention All-CCHA kudos ... Scored four goals and added a career-best 18 assists for 22 points, far and away his most prolific scoring season in Green and White ... +8 on the year ... Collected two assists in the season opener against Wayne State (10/8) in the Lefty McFadden Invitational ... Posted assists on the Spartans' second and third goals against then-No. 1 Michigan (10/22) in a 3-3 tie ... Collected his first goal of the year at 13:01 of the second period against Northern Michigan (11/4), adding an assist on Tim Crowder's overtime marker for his third multiple-point game of the season ... Registered a point for the first time in six games with a power-play goal in a 5-3 loss to Western Michigan (11/19). The power-play tally was his first of the season ... Contribited his sixth assist of the season, and the 30th point of his career, on Tyler Howells' second period goal in the GLI championship game against Colorado College (12/30) ... Registered his ninth point of the season, a power-play goal, at 11:51 of the first period in a 3-1 win over Wayne State (1/6) ... Continued building on his career-high mark for points in a season with his assist on David Booth's second goal in 5-1 win over Wayne State (1/7) ... Collected the primary assist on Colton Fretter's game-winning, power-play tally in the first period of a 2-0 win over Michigan (1/17) ... Registered an assist on Colton Fretter's game-winning, overtime goal in a 4-3 win over UNO (1/20) ... Knotched 10th assist of the season in a 3-2 loss to Nebraska-Omaha (1/21) ... Assisted on Tim Kennedy's game-winning goal in a 3-2 triumph over Notre Dame (2/3) ... Collected two assists in 3-2 victory over Miami (2/17) ... Only Spartan to notch a point in each of the three games against Alaska Fairbanks in the CCHA Quarterfinals (3/10-12): Assisted on David Booth's tally in game one, and recorded the primary assist on Tim Crowder's power play strike in game two. In the series-clinching game three, had a career-best three point night, scoring on the power play and assisting on two other Spartan tallies in a 7-4 victory ... Assisted on Tim Crowder's power play tally in the CCHA Semifinals against Michigan (3/17).

2004-05: Played in 32 games with six helpers • Led MSU with 73 penalty minutes • Tied for second on the squad at +15 rating • Missed eight straight games (Oct. 15-Nov. 6) with a shoulder injury sustained in exhibition win over Toronto (Oct. 10) • Received MSU's Dr. John Downs Outstanding Defensive Player Award for a second-straight year • First point of the season with an assist on State's first goal vs. Michigan (Nov. 20) • Missed the Dec. 4 game at Bowling Green after receiving a 5-minute major for punching after the whistle and a game DQ on Dec. 3 • Registered an assist in 8-0 win over Lake Superior (Jan. 21) • Third helper of season in State's 6-3 win over Ohio State (Feb. 18) • Missed almost the entire Feb. 19 game vs. Ohio State with a hip pointer • Registered an assist on State's second goal in 5-4 OT win over Miami (March 12) • Career-best two assists in 5-0 blanking of Nebraska-Omaha (March 17) in CCHA Super Six Quarterfinals.

2003-04: Played in 38 games with eight assists • Earned MSU's Dr. John Downs Outstanding Defensive Player Award • Won a gold medal with Team USA at the 2004 World Junior Championships, marking the first-ever gold medal for the U.S. • Missed the GLI and NMU series playing at the World Junior Championships • First point of the season was on MSU's third goal vs. Findlay (Oct. 10) • Assisted on Adam Nightingale's game winner in 4-2 win at Ferris State (Nov. 1) • Drew lone assist on game-winning goal in 2-0 blanking of Michigan (Dec. 6) • Set up MSU's first goal in 3-2 loss to UMass-Lowell (Jan. 10) • Tallied an assist on MSU's second goal in 3-0 win at Ohio State (Jan. 24) • Set up A.J. Thelen's game-tying goal with 15 seconds left in 5-4 overtime loss at Alaska Fairbanks (Feb. 14) • Recorded an assist on MSU's fifth goal in 5-0 blanking of UNO (Feb. 21) • Drew an assist on State's first goal in 6-4 win vs. Ferris State (March 12).

2002-03: Played in 35 games with 4-4--8 totals • Three of his four goals were game winners • Netted game-winning goal against Colgate (Oct. 12) to give MSU its first win of the season • Registered power play tally vs. Lake Superior State (Oct. 24) • Missed the Wisconsin (Nov. 30) and Ferris State (Dec. 6-7) contests after suffering a shoulder injury in the first period at Minnesota (Nov. 29) • Tallied a pair of assists vs. LSSU (Jan. 4), marking his first points since a goal vs. LSSU (Oct. 24) • Tallied game-winning marker in 5-3 win vs. Michigan (Feb. 15) -- his marker since scoring vs. Lake Superior (Oct. 24) • Tallied game-winning goal for the second straight week vs. Northern Michigan (Feb. 21) • Drew an assist on MSU's first goal in 11-1 victory over Alaska Fairbanks (March 14) and finished game with a +4 plus/minus ranking.

PRIOR TO MSU: Spent two years (2000-02) with the U.S. National Under-18 Team • Member of Team USA which captured the Under-18 World Championship in March 2002 • Registered six goals and eight assists for 14 points in 66 games in 2001-02 • Played for the U.S. Under-17 Select Team in 2000 and the U.S. Under-17 Team in 2001 • Won a Gold Medal at the 2000 World Under-17 Challenge in Nova Scotia • Teammate of current Spartan David Booth for one year on the U.S. National Team • Prior to the U.S. National Team, played for Detroit Honeybaked which captured the 1997 and 1999 National Championship.

PERSONAL: Born Jan. 5, 1984 • Majoring in human resources • Enjoys golf, snowboarding, dirtbikes and roller hockey • Graduated from Ann Arbor Pioneer High School • Nickname is "Potsy" or "Pots" • Favorite NHL team: Detroit Red Wings • Favorite NHL player: Nicholas Lidstrom • Admires Bobby Orr, since he was a great hockey player and leader who set many records and inspired hockey players all over the U.S. • Son of Gary and Dianne Potter • Says his parents are his biggest hockey influence because "they always push me to succeed and get better" • Drafted by New York Rangers in the fourth round (No. 122 overall) of the 2003 NHL Entry Draft.

Career Statistics
2002-03  	35	4	4	8	+10	15-30
2003-04	38	0	8	8	+2	22-63
2004-05	32	0	6	6	+15	31-73
2005-06	45	4	18	22	+8	34-117
TOTALS   	150	8	36	44	+35	102-283

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