2011-12 Michigan Ice Hockey Roster
Michigan Closes the Book on 2011-12 Season
Postgame Notes: #14 Western Michigan 3, #3 Michigan 2 - CCHA Final
Postgame Quotes: #3 Michigan 3, Bowling Green 2 (2OT)
Moffatt's Double-OT Winner Sends Ice Hockey Past BSGU, Into CCHA Final
Through April 2, 2012
CAREER GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
Senior (2011-12) ... Tallied a career-high 33 points (16g, 17a) in 41 games during his senior season ... Set new career mark in goals, and tied in assists, power play goals (2) and game-winning goals (3) ... Earned a career-best plus-16 rating ... Tied for the team lead in points and goals ... Registered nine multiple-point games this season ... CCHA Postgame® Offensive Player of the Week (1/9) ... Scored two goals in CCHA quarterfinal clinching win on 3/10 vs. Notre Dame ... Tallied a team-high three points (1g, 2a) on 1/6 vs. Lake Superior ... Named to the GLI All-Tournament Team ... Registered two points (1g, 1a) on 12/9 vs. Michigan State ... Earned two points (1g, 1a) including the game-winning goal on 10/27 vs. Ferris State ... Registered one assist on 10/21 at Northern Michigan ... Paced the team with a career-high four points (1g, 3a) and career-high tying three assists on 10/13 vs. St. Lawrence ... Tallied a team-high tying two points (1g, 1a) on 10/7 vs. Bentley.
Junior (2010-11) ... Helped Michigan win Great Lakes Invitational, CCHA regular season championship, and reach the NCAA Frozen Four title game ... Second on team in goals (15) ... Tied career highs for power-play goals (2) and game-winning goals (3) ... Registered career-best, four-game goal streak (Feb. 19-March 11) ... Tied career high with three points (2-1-3) at Ferris State (Jan. 15) ... Four-game point streak (2-3-5) from Dec. 4-30 ... Registered one goal in The Big Chill at the Big House vs. Michigan State (Dec. 11) ... Three-game goal streak (Oct. 22-29) ... Missed final seven games of season due to injury ... Recipient of the Jack Roth Scholarship for Men's Ice Hockey.
Sophomore (2009-10) ... Helped Michigan win CCHA Tournament, reach quarterfinal round of the NCAA Tournament ... Set career high with 17 assists, two power-play goals and +17 plus/minus rating ... For U-M, led team in penalty minutes (76) ... Posted an 8-10-18 line over his last 24 games (Dec. 29-March 20) ... Set career-best point streak with a 4-3-7 line over five games (Feb. 27-March 13) ... Surpassed 50-point career benchmark with three points (1-2-3) vs. Lake Superior (March 5-6) ... Scored 20th career goal at Ferris State (Jan. 23) ... Recipient of the Dekers Club Scholarship for Men's Ice Hockey and Mickey & Wally Grant Scholarship for Men's Ice Hockey.
Freshman (2008-09) ... Named to College Hockey News All-Rookie team ...In the nation, tied 14th among rookies in points (30) and 19th in points per game (0.75)...Named CCHA Rookie of the Year ...CCHA All-Rookie Team ...Tied for CCHA rookie scoring title (11-12-23) ... Named Hockey Commissioners Association National Rookie of the Month and CCHA Rookie of the Month for December (2-6-8 in 4 games) ... Helped Michigan win Great Lakes Invitational, earn runner-up in both CCHA regular season and CCHA tournament, qualify for NCAA Tournament ...Ranked second on the team in goals (15) ...Posted nine multi-point games ...Earned U-M's Dekers Club Award (most colorful rookie) ... Set and tied career highs for points (3) and assists (3) in back-to-back games at Michigan State (Dec. 6) and vs. Michigan Tech in Great Lakes Invitational (Dec. 27); first Wolverine with back-to-back three-assist games since T.J. Hensick in November 2006 ...Named CCHA Offensive Player of the Week on Dec. 8 for posting 2-3-5 in sweep of Michigan State ...First career game-winning goal at Western Michigan (Nov. 15) ...Scored first career goal vs. Ohio State (Nov. 1); tally came shorthanded ...Tallied first career assist, point at Northern Michigan (Oct. 18) ...Made career debut vs. St. Lawrence on Oct. 10, 2008 ...U-M was 11-2-0 when he scored; 17-2-0 when he registered a point ... Recipient of the G.L. Teitelbaum Scholarship for Men's Ice Hockey.
Junior Team ... Played the 2006-07 and 2007-08 seasons with the U.S. National Team Development Program ... Skated in 53 games with the U.S. NTDP Under-18 Team in 2007-08, tallying a 14-11-25 line and 71 penalty minutes ... Spent six games with the U.S. NTDP Under-17 Team in 2007-08, posting five goals, one assist and four PIM ... Played for the U.S. NTDP Under-17 Team in 2006-07, racking up a 15-16-31 line and 147 penalty minutes in 63 games.
National/international ... Participated in 2008 USA Hockey National Junior Evaluation Camp ... Won bronze medal with Team USA at the 2008 International Ice Hockey Federation's World Under-18 Championship ... Recorded three goals in seven games ... Gold medalist with Team USA at 2008 Under-18 Five Nations Tournament in Finland ... Earned first place with USA at 2007 Under-18 Vlad Dzurilla Tournament and 2007 Toys for Tots Four Nations Cup ... Took second with USA at Phantom Fireworks Four Nations Tournament.
Personal ... Enrolled in the College of Literature, Science and the Arts, majoring in general studies ... Graduated from Ann Arbor Pioneer High School (2008) ... Drafted in the sixth round (No. 172 overall) by the New Jersey Devils in the 2008 NHL Entry Draft.
Wohlberg's Career Highlights
Most, Game: 4, 10/13/2011 vs. St. Lawrence (1g, 3a)
Multi-Point Games: 26 (2011-12 - 9; 2010-11 - 3; 2009-10 - 5; 2008-09 - 9)
Streak: 5 games, 2/27/10 - 3/13/10 (4g, 3a)
First: 10/18/08 at Northern Michigan (1a)
Most, Game: 2 (4x), last - 3/10/12 vs. Notre Dame (CCHA Quarterfinals)
Multi-Goal Games: 4 (2010-11 - 2, 2009-10 - 0, 2008-09 - 2)
Streak: 4 games, 2/19/11 - 3/11/11 (4g)
Game Winners: 11 (2011-12 - 3; 2010-11 - 3; 2009-10 - 2; 2008-09 - 3)
First: 11/1/08 vs. Ohio State
Most, Game: 3 (3x), last - 10/13/2011 vs. St. Lawrence
Multi-Assist Games: 10 (2011-12 - 2; 2010-11 - 3; 2009-10 - 2; 2008-09 - 3)
Streak: 4 games, 1/6/12-current (5a)
First: at Northern Michigan, 10/18/2008
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