JT Compher 7
JT  Compher


Northbrook, Ill.

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 193






NSCA Recognizes 16 Wolverines with All-American Awards

NSCA Recognizes 16 Wolverines with All-American Awards


Compher Signs Entry-Level Contract with NHL's Colorado Avalanche

Compher Signs Entry-Level Contract with NHL's Colorado Avalanche


'C-C-M Line' Named to USA Hockey World Championship Roster

'C-C-M Line' Named to USA Hockey World Championship Roster


Four Icers Earn All-America Honors; Connor Named Top Rookie

Four Icers Earn All-America Honors; Connor Named Top Rookie


Connor Earns Three Awards at Dekers Blue Line Club Banquet

Connor Earns Three Awards at Ice Hockey's Annual Team Banquet


Ice Hockey Sees Season End in Regional Final


Ice Hockey Blanks RPI for Series Sweep

U-M used a three-goal first period to earn a 6-0 victory over RPI and a series sweep.


Ice Hockey Scores Eight in Win over Penn State

Michigan scored five third-period goals in an 8-1 win over Penn State.


Junior (2015-16)
• Enjoyed his best season at U-M with 63 points (16 goals, 47 assists) in 38 games. A second team AHCA All-American and All-Big Ten first team selection, Compher led the nation in assists and was second in points scored (behind teammate Kyle Connor). His assist total (47) was the most by a player at Michigan since Brendan Morrison set the school record with 57 assists in 1996-97
• One of ten finalists for the Hobey Baker Award, Compher finished the season with points in 26 of his last 27 games, including point streaks of 18 and eight games. He led the team (along with Connor) with 19 multiple-point games on the season. He also led the Big Ten with a plus-35 rating
• Notched five points (2G, 3A) at Michigan State (1/8)
• Recorded a goal and an assist at Wisconsin (2/13), also clinching shootout win with goal
• Added two assists vs. Ferris State (2/19) to reach 100 career points, the first junior to reach mark since Carl Hagelin (2010)
• Set a career high with five assists vs. Penn State in the Big Ten Semifinal (3/18)
• First U-M player to post five assists in a game since Chad Kolarik on March 28, 2008
• Picked up an assist vs. Notre Dame in the NCAA Midwest Regional Semifinal (3/25)
• Scored two goals vs. North Dakota in the NCAA Midwest Regional Final (3/26)

Sophomore (2014-15)
• In 34 games played, recorded 24 points (12G, 12A)
• Recorded 10 points (8G, 2A) in his final eight games
• Notched first career hat trick vs. Wisconsin (2/28)
• Recorded second career hat trick at PSU (3/7)
• Notched GWG in B1G Semis vs. MSU (3/20)

Freshman (2013-14)
• In 35 games played, led Michigan with 31 points (11G, 20A)
• Led team with 20 assists, plus-13 rating and three shorthanded goals
• Selected as the inaugural Big Ten Freshman of the Year
• Earned All-Big Ten Second Team and Big Ten All-Freshman Team honors
• Earned Michigan's Hal Downes Award as Team MVP, Hazel "Doc" Losh Award as the team's scoring leader and Deker Club Rookie of the Year Award
• Named Big Ten First Star (1/28) and Big Ten Second Star (12/3)
• Registered a power play goal -- his first career goal -- and an assist vs. UNO (11/15)
• Tallied two goals -- including a shorthanded goal -- and two assists on 1/24 vs. MSU, recording the most points in a game by a Michigan freshman since Andrew Cogliano on 11/4/05
• Recipient of the Mickey and Wally Grant Ice Hockey Scholarship.

Junior Team
• Played for the United States National Team Development Program from 2011-13
• Recorded 18 goals and 32 assists in 52 games for the Under-18 Team in 2012-13
• Helped Team USA earn a silver medal at the Under-18 World Junior Championships
• Registered 8 goals and 5 assists in 18 games with the Under-18 Team in 2011-12
• Also recorded 15 goals and 27 assists in 40 games with the Under-17 Team in 2011-12.

• Full name is Joseph Taylor Compher
• Born April 8, 1995
• Son of Bob and Valerie Compher
• Enrolled in the Ross School of Business
• Graduated from Pioneer High School (2013)
• Helped raise money for prostate cancer research when his U.S. NTDP U-17 team played the Chicago Steel, near his hometown after his father Bob's successful recovery from treatment in 2011.

Compher's Career Highlights

Point Superlatives
Most, Game: 5 - last, 3/18/16 vs. PSU
Multi-Point Games: 32 (2013-14 - 9, 2014-15 - 4, 2015-16 - 19)
Streak: 18 games - 12/4/15-2/25/16 (10g, 36a)
First: 10/10/13 vs. BC

Goal Superlatives
Most, Game: 3, last - 3/7/15 at PSU
Multi-Goal Games: 5
Streak: 4 games - 1/15/16-1/30/16 (4g)
Game Winners: 3, last - 2/6/16 at MSU
11/15/13 vs. UNO

Assist Superlatives
Most, Game: 5 - 3/18/16 vs. PSU
Multi-Assist Games: 19 (2013-14 - 5, 2014-15 - 1, 2015-16 - 12)
Streak: 13 games, 12/4/15-12/5/16 (18a)
First: 10/10/13 vs. BC


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