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FORWARDS

No.

Name

Height

Weight

2011-12 Team

GP

G

A

P

Bio

27 Adam Berkle 6'3 184 Bowling Green St. (NCAA) 44 7 14 21 In his first season at Bowling Green St., Berkle ranked fourth on the team with 21 points and second with 14 assists.
42 Andrew Calof 5'10 166 Princeton (NCAA) 32 9 24 33 In his second season at Princeton, Calof led his team in goals, assists and points. He has 64 points (26 goals, 38 assists) in 64 NCAA games.
53 Casey Cizikas 5'11 190 Bridgeport (AHL) 52 15 30 45 In his first season with Bridgeport, Cizikas ranked second in assists and points, and played 15 games with the Islanders, posting four assists.
38 Jason Clark 6'2 180 Wisconsin (NCAA) 21 0 1 1 In his second season at Wisconsin, Clark had one assist and eight penalty minutes in 21 games.
27 Remy Giftopoulos 6'2 200 Ottawa (OHL) 64 8 13 21 In his third season with Ottawa, Giftopoulos ranked eighth among team forwards with 21 points and fourth with 54 penalty minutes.
42 Dmitri Goldenkov 5'11 194 Balashikha (VHL) 50 6 12 18 In his first full VHL (Russia) season, netted 18 points in 50 games. Has also played in 18 career KHL games with Amur Khabarovsk.
38 Mike Halmo 5'11 197 Owen Sound (OHL) 66 40 45 85 In his fourth season with Owen Sound, Halmo led the team in goals, assists, points, penalty minutes (162) and plus/minus (plus-24).
36 Josh Holmstrom 6'0 172 UMass-Lowell (NCAA) 38 12 8 20 In his second season with UMass-Lowell, Holmstrom finished fifth on the team in goals, ninth in points and third in penalty minutes (29).
77 Kirill Kabanov 6'2 184 Shawinigan (QMJHL) 50 21 34 55 In his first season with Shawinigan, Kabanov led his squad with nine assists and 13 points in 11 postseason games.
41 Beau Lardner 5'11 161 NY Bobcats (AtJHL) 21 0 3 3 In his first Atlantic Junior Hockey League season with New York, posted three assists in 21 games
29 Max MacKay 6'1 194 Walpole (AtJHL) 29 25 37 62 Posted over two points-per-game for the second straight season with Walpole and is commited to Providence College in 2012-13.
72 Johnny McGuire 6'1 198 Erie (OHL) 48 2 1 3 In his second season with Erie, McGuire led his team with 163 penalty minutes in just 48 games, adding two goals and one assist.
29 Brock Nelson 6'3 197 North Dakota (NCAA) 42 28 19 47 In his second season with North Dakota, Nelson led the Fighting Sioux with 28 goals and 47 points, while taking only two minor penalties.
25 Nino Niederreiter 6'2 205 NY Islanders 55 1 0 1 Niederreiter played 55 games for the Islanders, posting one goal. He also scored four points (three goals, one assist) in six games with AHL Bridgeport.
72 Michael Pereira 5'10 176 UMass-Amherst (NCAA) 35 17 17 34 In his second season with UMass-Amherst, Pereira's 17 goals led the team, while his 34 points were good for third on the roster.
28 John Persson 6'2 207 Red Deer (WHL) 70 23 35 58 In his third season with Red Deer, Persson led the team in goals and points, also playing 12 games with AHL Bridgeport.
Blair Riley 53 Blair Riley 6'0 210 Bridgeport (AHL) 55 7 4 11 In his first season in Bridgeport, Riley ranked fifth on the team with 77 penalty minutes. He added 16 points in 15 games with ECHL Chicago.
8 Ryan Strome 6'0 186 Niagara (OHL) 46 30 38 68 In his third season with Niagara, Strome ranked third on the team in goals and fifth in points, adding 23 points in 20 playoff games.
28 Johan Sundstrom 6'3 191 Frolunda (SEL) 49 6 5 11 In his second full season with Frolunda, Sundstrom posted 11 points, while only taking four minor penalties.
8 Hiromichi Terao 5'7 165 Japan (WC D1A) 5 0 2 2 Skated with Japan's senior entry at the World Championships for the first time in his career, netting a pair of assists in five international games.
41 Mitchell Theoret 6'1 205 Niagara (OHL) 62 12 9 21 In his third season with Niagara, Theoret ranked ninth among team forwards in goals while posting a plus-7 rating.
25 KJ Tiefenworth 5'8 156 Junior Bruins (EJHL) 43 30 47 77 Co-led the Junior Bruins with 77 points during his third season with the team. Added two goals in four playoff games.
David Ullstrom 6'2 198 Bridgeport (AHL) 40 24 6 30 In his second season with Bridgeport, Ullstrom led the team in goals, and played 29 games with the Islanders, scoring eight points (four goals, four assists).

DEFENSEMEN

No.

Name

Height

Weight

2011-12 Team

GP

G

A

P

Bio

10 Jake Bischoff 6'0 185 Grand Rapids HS (MN-HS) 24 11 27 38 Finished with 38 points in 24 games as a High School senior before joing Omaha (USHL) for 10 games. Will attend U-Minn in 2012-13.
46 Marc Cantin 6'1 206 Reading (ECHL) 25 2 7 9 Split his first pro season between Providence (AHL) and Reading, before playing two games in Bridgeport (trade from Boston to NYI)
Calvin de Haan 6'0 195 Bridgeport (AHL) 56 2 14 16 Mad his NHL debut in his first pro season, appearing in one game with the Islanders. Also posted 16 points in 56 games with Bridgeport.
Matt Donovan 6'1 209 Bridgeport (AHL) 72 10 35 45 Led Sound Tigers defensemen in scoring with 45 points, ranking third overall on the team. Also played in three NHL games with the Islanders.
14 Sean Escobedo 6'0 199 Boston U (NCAA) 39 3 10 13 Ranked fourth amongst BU defensemen with an NCAA career-high 13 points in 39 games as a junior.
11 Jesse Graham 5'11 165 Niagara (OHL) 68 4 37 41 His 41 points in 68 games ranked second among Niagara D-Men, behind Dougie Hamilton. Added 10 points (1-9-10) in 20 playoff games.
7 Brenden Kichton 5'11 193 Spokane (WHL) 71 17 57 74 Led Spokane in scoring with 74 points in 71 games, but was held out of playoff action due to injury, His +24 rating was fourth on the team.
14 Loic Leduc 6'6 199 Cape Breton (QMJHL) 65 2 8 10 Posted 99 penalty minutes during his second QMJHL season, finishing third on Cape Breton.
37 Patrick MacGregor 6'4 218 Boston U (NCAA) 36 0 3 3 Played in 36-of-39 games as a sophomore at Boston U, recording three assists and 36 penalty minutes.
7 Scott Mayfield 6'4 205 Denver (NCAA) 42 3 9 12 The Denver freshman recorded 12 points with 76 penalty minutes in 42 games. Only two defensemen had more points.
Aaron Ness 5'11 184 Bridgeport (AHL) 69 5 22 27 Played in nine NHL games with the Islanders, while also finishing second in scoring among Sound Tigers defensemen with 27 points.
33 Andrey Pedan 6'5 213 Guelph (OHL) 63 10 30 40 Finished second among defensemen with 40 points and added 152 penalty minutes during his second season with Guelph. Also scored four points (1-3-4) in six playoff games.
Adam Pelech 6'3 224 Erie (OHL) 44 2 18 20 Led all Erie defensemen with 20 points during his second season. Is being held out of the Blue-White scrimmage with an upper-body injury
37 Ville Pokka 6'0 206 Karpat (SM-liiga) 35 0 3 3 Appeared in 35 games as a 17 year old in Finland's SM-liiga. Combined for 10 points (2-8-10) in 14 GP at the U18 and U20 World Championships.
4 Griffin Reinhart 6'4 222 Edmonton (WHL) 58 12 24 36 In his second season with Edmonton, recorded 36 points in 58 games. Added eight points (2-6-8) in 20 playoff games to help capture a WHL Championship.
10 Robbie Russo 5'11 186 Notre Dame (NCAA) 40 4 11 15 Completed his first collegiate season at Notre Dame, collecting 15 points in 40 games to place second amongst defensemen.
44 Bennett Schneider 6'2 206 Hamilton College (CESCAC) 25 0 3 3 Had three assists as as sophomore at Hamilton College in Up-State New York.
6 Doyle Somerby 6'5 223 Kimball Union (NH-HS) 31 1 15 16 Posted 16 points in his final season at Kimball Union Prep. Is set to attend Boston U in the fall.
6 Oleg Yevenko 6'7 241 UMass-Amherst 33 1 2 3 Had three points and 38 penalty minuts in 33 games as a freshman at U-Mass Amherst.

GOALIES

No.

Name

Height

Weight

2011-12 Team

GP

W-L-OT

GAA

SV%

Bio

1 Kevin Boyle 6'1 186 UMass-Amherst (NCAA) 21 8-7-4 3.00 .895 Was U-Mass Amherst's top goalie, leading all backstops in wins, GAA and sv%.
60 Mitch Gillam 6'0 183 Chilliwack (BCHL) 41 23-16-0 3.10 .911 In his first season with Chilliwack, posted 23 wins in 41 games. Committed to Cornell University next season.
Kevin Poulin 6'2 200 Bridgeport (AHL) 49 26-18-4 2.79 .912 Led the Sound Tigers in GP and wins, while also appearing in six NHL games, posting a 2-4-0 record with a .907 sv%.
60 Ken Reiter 5'11 170 Minn-Duluth (NCAA) 38 23-9-6 2.43 .911 In his junior season at Minn-Duluth, posted a career-best 23 wins.
1 Alex Vazzano 6'1 193 Vermont (NCAA) 7 1-4-0 3.62 .890 Appeared in seven games at U Vermont during his sophomore season.


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