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Matt Migliaccio
Matt Migliaccio

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Wyandotte, Mich.

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 197

Position:
Goaltender

Birthdate:
06/02/1982

Experience:
3L

Previous Team:
Bozeman Icedogs (AWHL)


Career Notes: Appeared in 58 career games, recording a 32-15-3 record along with a 2.57 GAA and a .913 saves percentage • Finished with six whitewashes • Closed career ranked fifth on MSU's career chart in GAA, fourth in saves percentage and tied for fourth in shutouts • Four-year letterwinner (2001-05).

2004-05: Played in five games, posting a 2-1 record, a 2.61 GAA and a .897 saves percentage • Stopped 31 shots in 3-1 loss to St. Lawrence (Oct. 15) in the season opener • Recorded 17 saves en route to a 5-2 win over Nebraska-Omaha (Oct. 29) • Stopped 16 shots in relief of injured Dominic Vicari in a 5-2 loss to UNO (Oct. 30) • Stopped 12 shots in relief of Dominic Vicari at Minnesota (Nov. 27) • Earned second win of the season, stopping 20 shots in 6-4 win at Bowling Green (Dec. 4) • Missed 10 games (Miami, Jan. 7-8; Western Michigan, Jan. 14-15; Lake Superior, Jan. 21-22; Michigan, Feb. 4-5 and Alaska Fairbanks, Feb. 11-12) due to a broken hand.

2003-04: Recorded an 8-4-1 record along with a 2.70 goals-against average and a .915 saves percentage • Stopped 30 shots in 5-4 win over Minnesota-Duluth (Oct. 11) • Stopped 26-of-28 shots vs. Western Michigan (Oct. 24) • Stopped 33-of-35 shots in 4-2 win at Ferris State (Nov. 1) • Stopped 30-of-33 shots in 3-3 OT draw with Notre Dame (Nov. 8) • Kicked out 26-of-28 shots in 7-2 win over Wayne State (Nov. 21) • Stopped 27-of-29 shots in 7-2 win over Michigan Tech in GLI semifinals (Dec. 27) • Stopped 31-of-33 shots in 7-2 win over Northern Michigan (Jan. 2) • Stopped 12-of-13 shots in relief of an injured Dominic Vicari in 4-2 win at Ohio State (Jan. 23) • First shutout of season, stopping 28 shots in 3-0 blanking at Ohio State (Jan. 24) • Stopped 31-of-33 shots in 3-2 win at Alaska Fairbanks (Feb. 14); also picked up an assist on MSU's first goal, marking his third career helper.

2002-03: Posted a 21-10-2 mark along with a 2.59 GAA and a .914 saves percentage • The .914 saves percentage ranked second in the CCHA and the 2.59 GAA was fifth • Led the CCHA and ranked third in the nation with five shutouts • Five shutouts rank sixth on MSU's single-season chart • Stopped 30 of 31 shots in posting a 2-1 victory over Colgate (Oct. 12) • Stopped 17 shots en route to a 3-1 victory at Northern Michigan (Oct. 19) • Recorded first career shutout, a 7-0 win over Lake Superior (Oct. 24), stopping 23 shots • Career-best 46 saves (out of 51 shots) in 5-5 overtime tie at Minnesota (Nov. 29) • 51 shots on goal were the most MSU has allowed since 1981 • In 2-1 victory at Wisconsin (Nov. 30), stopped 34-of-35 shots • Kicked out 36-of-38 shots in 6-2 win at FSU (Dec. 6) • Second career shutout, stopping 21 shots in 6-0 victory at Lake Superior State (Jan. 4) • Stopped 20 shots in 5-2 win over UAF (Jan. 10) and 33 shots in 6-2 win over UAF (Jan. 11) • Posted third career shutout, kicking out 24 shots in 7-0 win vs. UNO (Jan. 18) • Stopped 40-of-41 shots in 2-1 win at Notre Dame (Jan. 24) and 40-of-43 shots in 3-3 tie (Jan. 25) • Kicked out 32-of-35 shots in 5-3 win vs. Michigan (Feb. 15) at Munn • Fourth shutout of season, stopping 37 shots in 4-0 win at Michigan (Feb. 28) • The 4-0 win marked MSU's first shutout at U-M since Nov. 4, 2000 • Picked up first career point -- an assist on MSU's fifth goal in 5-4 loss to Michigan (March 1) • Fifth shutout of season in 4-0 win at WMU (March 7) • Stopped 65-of-67 shots in two-game sweep of UAF (March 14-15) in CCHA first-round playoffs.

2001-02: Appeared in three games as a backup • Earned first career win vs. Quinnipiac (Jan. 5), stopping 11 of the 12 shots he faced • Made six saves in relief of starter Ryan Miller in a win over UMass (Nov. 9) • Played first career game at Nebraska-Omaha (Oct. 27), making one save after taking over for Miller. PRIOR TO MSU: Joined the Spartans after playing for the Bozeman Icedogs of the America West Hockey League in 2000-01 • Played in 39 games for Bozeman, posting a 20-12-2 record, a 2.88 GAA and a .913 saves percentage • Led the AWHL in saves percentage • Ranked second in the league with three shutouts • Ranked third in among AWHL netminders in minutes played (2,190:30) and saves (1,099) • His 20 wins were fourth among league goalies • Named league's Player of the Week (Dec. 19) after stopping 53 of 56 shots in a pair of Icedog victories • Spent the bulk of the 1999-2000 campaign with the Detroit Honeybaked midget squad, where he had a 2.30 GAA and a .912 saves percentage in 30 games played • Also played with Cleveland of the North American Hockey League for parts of the 1998-99 and 1999-2000 seasons.

PERSONAL: Born June 2, 1982 • Human resource management major • Nickname is "Migs" • Says obtaining a management position with a National Hockey League team is one of his career ambitions • Completed an internship with Olympia Entertainment during the summer of 2004 • Graduate of St. Francis Cabrini H.S. in Allen Park, Mich. • Favorite NHL Team: New Jersey Devils • Favorite NHL Player: Martin Brodeur • Son of Phil and Linda Migliaccio.


Career Statistics
YEAR	GP	MIN	GA	GAA	SV	SV%	W-L-T	G	A	PTS
2001-02	3	81:11	2	1.48	18	.900	1-0-0	0	0	0
2002-03	35	1992:41	86	2.59	914	.914	21-10-2	0	2	2
2003-04	15	843:28	37	2.70	408	.915	8-4-1	0	1	1
2004-05	5	253:15	11	2.61	96	.897	2-1-0	0	0	0
TOTALS	58	3170:35	136	2.57	1436	.913	32-15-3	0	3	3