Mackenzie MacEachern
Mackenzie  MacEachern


Troy, Mich.

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 205



Previous Team:
Chicago Steel (USHL)


Spartans Host Toronto in Exhibition Game on Sunday

The Spartans will play their first exhibition game of the season.


Spartans Host Annual Awards Program

Hildebrand Becomes First Four-Time Team MVP.


MacEachern Signs with the St. Louis Blues

The junior from Troy recorded 68 points in 108-career games.


Neil's Notebook: Spartans Near Perfect in 5-0 Win Over No. 17 Gophers

Notes, quotes and analysis from Neil Koepke on the Spartans’ victory over Minnesota.


Spartans Smother No. 17 Minnesota, 5-0

Jake Hildebrand earns his 13th-career shutout.


Spartans at NHL Development Camps

Spartans at NHL Development Camps 2015


Mackenzie MacEachern - 2014-15

Mackenzie MacEachern 2014-15 photo gallery

2015-16 Game-by-Game | 2014-15 Game-by-Game | 2013-14 Game-by-Game

2015-16 (Junior): Led MSU with a career-high 30 points and 14 goals, while his 16 assists tied for second on the team ... Ended the season with a career-high eight-game point streak (4-5-9) and produced points in 11 of the final 13 games ... Led all Spartans with eight multi-point games ... Scored and registered an assist in two games vs. OSU (3/11-12)... Had goal and assist, respectively, in a split with Minnesota (3/4-5) ... Scored the game-winner with 1:36 to play and added an empty-netter in a 3-1 win at Wisconsin (2/20) to complete a weekend sweep ... Recorded his seventh multi-point game of the season with a goal and an assist in a 4-2 win at OSU (1/29) and added another goal the following night ... Had a power-play tally vs. Michigan Tech (12/29) ... Had his first two-assist game of the season in a 5-0 win over UNH (11/6) and added a goal and assist the following night in a 7-4 win for a four-point weekend ... Scored a first-period goal at Boston College (11/13) ... Scored power-play goals in both games vs. Michigan Tech (11/21-22) to up his point streak to five games and earn Big Ten Third Star of the Week honors ... Scored twice in a 4-1 win over LSSU in the Ice Breaker (10/10) ... Assisted on Matt DeBlouw's goal at Denver (10/16) ... Scored and had an assist vs. LSSU (10/22) ... Academic All-Big Ten honoree.

2014-15 (Sophomore): Ranked second on the team with a career-high 26 points (11g, 15a) ... Academic All-Big Ten honoree ... Tied for the team lead with five power-play goals ... His three game-winning goals tied Matt Berry and Matt DeBlouw for the team lead ... Posted six multi-point games ... The Spartans went 6-1-1 when he scored a goal ... Finished the season with at least a point in five of the last six games, posting a 1-5-6 line ... Assisted on Matt DeBlouw's game-winning goal 29 seconds into the third period in a 2-1 win at Michigan (3/14) ... Assisted on both of Matt Berry's power-play goals in a 3-0 win over Wisconsin (3/6) ... Scored a power-play goal vs. Wisconsin (3/7) ... Registered four goals and one assist in the sweep of Penn State (2/13-14), including his first-career hat trick in the 3-2 win, and was named the Big Ten and NCAA First Star of the Week ... Assisted on Thomas Ebbing's goal in a 4-2 win at Minnesota (2/27) ... Scored a goal and added an assist in a 4-1 win over Ohio State (1/23) ... Had two unassisted goals in the series at New Hampshire (11/7-8), becoming the first Spartan to have two unassisted goals in a season since Brent Darnell had a pair in 2012-13 ... Posted a 1-2-3 line in the season opener vs. UMass (10/17).

2013-2014 (Freshman): Finished second among Spartan freshmen with 12 points (8g, 4 a) and tied for first among rookies with eight goals ... One of three freshmen to appear in all 36 games ... Had a four-game point streak with three goals and three assists from (11/23-12/6) ... Netted the game-winner vs. Michigan at the 7:47 mark of the third period, giving MSU a 4-3 victory (3/8) ... Scored first career goal vs. UMass-Lowell (10/25) ... Scored twice, including the game-winner, in a win vs. American International on (11/3) ... Had three assists vs. Princeton on (12/1) ... Drew an assist on Brent Darnell's goal in a win over Michigan (12/28) in the GLI consolation game ... Ranked second on the team in shots with 90.

Prior to MSU: Was the third-round pick of the St. Louis Blues in the 2012 NHL Entry Draft (No. 67 overall) ... Appeared in 50 games in Chicago in 2012-13, scoring eight goals and adding 13 assists ... Scored twice on the power play ... Two of his goals stood as game-winners ... Had 35 penalty minutes ... Completed his senior year at Brother Rice High School (2011-12) by helping his team to its first Division 2 State Championship since 2005 ... Named the state's Mr. Hockey in addition to being named to the Michigan High School Hockey Coaches Association Dream Team ... In 29 games, had a 42-48-90 scoring line and was an impressive +50, netting 11 power play goals, eight shorthanded markers, and six game-winners ... Was the fourth pick overall by Chicago in the 2012 United States Hockey League Draft ...Played with classmate Thomas Ebbing both at Brother Rice and in Chicago.

Personal: Born March 9, 1994 in Troy, Mich. ... Son of Ronald and Pamela ... Has three siblings; Matthew, Michael and Mollie ... Graduated from Brother Rice High School ... Favorite all-time player and idol is Steve Yzerman because of his leadership and determination ... Lists his dad as his biggest hockey influence.