Three Ex-Ice Hockey Stars Receive Invite to USA Olympic Camp
Through July 14, 2011
Senior (2010-11) ...CoSIDA Academic All-District second team ... Big Ten Distinguished Scholar ... Academic All-Big Ten ... CCHA Scholar-Athlete Team ... U-M Athletic Academic Achievement ... Received U-M's Big Ten Conference Medal of Honor ... Helped Michigan win Great Lakes Invitational, CCHA regular season championship, and reach the NCAA Frozen Four title game ...All-U.S. College Hockey Online second team ... All-Inside College Hockey third team ... All-Great Lakes Invitational ... Co-captain ... AHCA All-America West second team ... CCHA Best Defensive Forward ... Finalist for CCHA Player of the Year ... All-CCHA First Team ... U-M Perani Cup champion (most three-star points) ... Nationally, 14th in points (49) and tied for 11th in assists (31) ... In the CCHA, finished fourth in points (37) and third in assists (22) ... Set career highs for power-play goals (7), game-winning goals (6) and multi-point games (15); tied career high with 31 assists ... Led U-M in goals (18), assists (31), points (49), plus/minus (+21), power-play goals (7), game-winning goals (6), multi-point games (15) ... Wolverines were 24-2-3 when he recorded a point, 11-2-1 when scoring a goal ... Received U-M's Hal Downes Award (MVP), Hazel M. "Doc" Losh Award (scoring leader) and the Carl Isaacson Award (best in classroom) ... Scored game-tying goal and overtime game-winner vs. Western Michigan on Senior Night (Feb. 19) ... CCHA Offensive Player of the Week (Feb. 21) ... Registered point streak of nine games (6-13-19) between Dec. 11, 2010 and Jan. 22, 2011 ... CCHA Offensive Player of the Week (Jan. 24) ... Great Lakes Invitational all-tournament team with four assists (Dec. 29-30) ... Tied career high with three assists vs. Colorado College in GLI championship game (Dec. 30) ... Named second star and registered two power-play goals and one assist in The Big Chill at the Big House vs. Michigan State (Dec. 11) ... Named to the All-CCHA Preseason First Team ... Recipient of the Jacob and Anne Haas Scholarship for Men's Ice Hockey.
Junior (2009-10) ... Academic All-Big Ten ... U-M Athletic Academic Achievement ... Helped Michigan win CCHA Tournament, reach quarterfinal round of the NCAA Tournament ... NCAA All-Regional Team (Midwest), notching two goals and an assist ... CCHA All-Tournament Team, tallying four assists ... CCHA Scholar-Athlete Team ... In the nation, tied for 11th with 50 points, tied for 12th with 31 assists ... Set career highs in goals (19), assists (31), points (50), plus/minus (+20) ... Tied career high with two shorthanded goals ... For U-M, first in points (50) and assists (31); tied for first in power-play scoring (5-13-18) .... Second on team in goals (19), and plus/minus (+20) ... Received U-M's Hal Downes Award (MVP), Hazel M. "Doc" Losh Award (scoring leader) and the Carl Isaacson Award (best in classroom) ... Had a point in 35 out of 45 games ... Career-best 11-game point streak (2-10-12) from Jan. 29-Feb. 27; his point streak was the longest at U-M since Kevin Porter had points in 16 straight in 2006-07 ... Matched career-best assist streak with six assists over four games (Dec. 29-Jan. 9) ... Hit 100-point career benchmark on his 30th assist of season vs. Northern Michigan (March 20) ... Reached 40-goal career plateau with pair of goals vs. LSSU (March 6) ... Hit 60-assist career mark with helper vs. Bemidji State (March 27) ... CCHA Offensive Player of the Week (Jan. 11) ... Set career-best single-game point total (4) with two goals and two assists vs. Western Michigan (Jan. 9) ... Named alternate captain for the rest of the season (Nov. 17) ... Recipient of the Jacob and Anne Haas Scholarship for Men's Ice Hockey.
Sophomore (2008-09) ... CCHA Scholar-Athlete Team ... U-M Athletic Academic Achievement award ... Academic All-Big Ten ... For U-M, first with two shorthanded goals, tied for second with four game-winners, third in points (31) and tied for third in goals (13)...U-M was 18-2-0 when he registered a point ... Recipient of the Andrew K. Abel & Tama D. Abel, M.D. Scholarship for Men's Ice Hockey.
Freshman (2007-08) ... U-M Athletic Academic Achievement award ...Helped Michigan win CCHA regular season, CCHA tournament and reach NCAA Frozen Four ... Made his career debut and scored first goal against Boston College on Oct. 12, 2007 ... Recipient of the Jim and Bonnie Reece Scholarship for Men's Ice Hockey.
Junior Team ... Played for Sodertalje SK in the J20 SuperElit Sodra (Sweden) in 2005-06 and 2006-07 ... In 2006-07, served as team captain while tying for team scoring lead with 13-17-30 line in 25 games ... Tallied four power-play goals, two shorthanded goals and one game-winner ... Earned 30 penalty minutes ... In 18 postseason games, led his team with 31 points on 12 goals and 19 assists ... Scored five power-play goals and four game-winning markers ... In 2005-06, finished second on the team in regular season scoring with a 9-12-21 line in 27 games ... Had one power-play goal and 26 PIM ... In the postseason, led team with scoring line of 12-10-22 in 18 games ... Tallied three power-play goals and three game-winners.
National/International ... Earned silver medal with Team Sweden at 2008 World Junior Championship in Czech Republic ... Skated for Team Sweden at USA Hockey's 2007 National Junior Evaluation Camp in Lake Placid, N.Y. ... Skated for Team Sweden at 2007 Five Nations Tournament in Huttwill, Switzerland and Grand Prix Tournament in St. Petersburg, Russia.
Personal ... Enrolled in the School of Kinesiology, majoring in sport management ... Graduated from Vackstanas High School in 2007 ... Drafted in the sixth round (No. 168 overall) by the New York Rangers in the 2007 NHL Entry Draft.
Hagelin's Career Highlights
Point Superlatives Game: 4 (2g-2a, vs. Western Michigan, 1/9/2010) Multi-Point Games: 37 (2010-11 - 15, 2009-10 - 11, 2008-09 - 8, 2007-08 - 3) Streak: 11 (2g-10a, 1/29/2010-2/27/2010) First: goal vs. Boston College at Ice Breaker, 10/12/2007