Through Jan. 12, 2011
Senior (2010-11) ... Suspended by team for remainder of season on Jan. 12, 2011 ... Recipient of the Richard and Kathryn Yarmain Scholarship for Men's Ice Hockey.
Junior (2009-10) ... Helped Michigan win CCHA Tournament, reach quarterfinal round of the NCAA Tournament ... Set single-season career high in goals (2), assists (6) and points (8) ... Registered first career multi-point game with a pair of assists vs. Alaska (Jan. 15) ... Recorded his 10th career assist vs. Notre Dame (Dec. 11) ... Recipient of the Marsal Family Foundation Scholarship for Ice Hockey and Al & Gerry Walk Scholarship for Men's Ice Hockey.
Sophomore (2008-09) ... Helped Michigan win Great Lakes Invitational, earn runner-up in both CCHA regular season and CCHA tournament, qualify for NCAA Tournament ... Career high plus/minus rating (+10) ... Scored first career goal vs. St. Lawrence (Oct. 11) in 36th career game ... Recipient of the Joe Lunghamer Scholarship for Men's Ice Hockey and the Al Renfrew Scholarship for Men's Ice Hockey.
Freshman (2007-08) ... Helped Michigan win Great Lakes Invitational, CCHA regular season, CCHA tournament and reach NCAA Frozen Four ... U-M Athletic Academic Achievement award ... Career-best +4 vs. Nebraska-Omaha (March 14) ... Of his five assists for the season, three came during the playoffs (March 14-April 10) ... Notched first point of career, an assist, vs. Ohio State (Nov. 30) ... Made his career debut vs. Boston College in Ice Breaker on Oct. 12, 2007 ... Recipient of the Graham Foundation Scholarship for Men's Ice Hockey.
Junior Team ... Played for the United States Hockey League's Tri-City Storm in 2006-07 and part of 2005-06 ... In 2006-07, notched a 3-16-19 line in 53 games ... Earned +3 rating, 165 penalty minutes ... Scored one power-play goal, seven power-play assists, one shorthanded goal and one game-winning goal ... In the playoffs, had zero points in nine games ... Participated in the 2007 USHL All-Star Game ... One-time USHL Defensive Player of the Week ... Split the 2005-06 campaign between the Indiana Ice and Tri-City Storm ... Overall, totaled five goals and five assists in 49 games ... Earned a cumulative -2 rating and 119 PIM ... Had one shorthanded goal ... In the playoffs with Tri-City, scored one goal in five games and had a +3 rating ... In 2004-05 with Indiana, tallied a 1-7-8 line in 40 games ... Earned +1 rating and 103 PIM ... In the playoffs, had zero points in three games and a -1 rating.
National/International ... Competed for USA Under-19 Team at 2006 Viking Cup, where he earned a bronze medal with U-M junior Steve Kampfer.
Personal ... Enrolled in the College of Literature, Science and the Arts, majoring in general studies ... Graduated from Kearney (Neb.) High School in 2007.
Llewellyn's Career Highlights
Game: 2 (0g-2a, vs. Alaska, 1/15/2010)
Multi-Point Games: 1 (2a, vs. Alaska, 1/15/2010)
Streak: To Come
First: assist vs. Ohio State, 11/30/2007
1 (at Lake Superior State, 10/31/2009)
1 (vs. St. Lawrence, 10/11/2008)
Multi-Goal Games: To Come
Streak: To Come
Game Winners: To Come
First: vs. St. Lawrence, 10/11/2008
Game: 2 (vs. Alaska, 1/15/2010)
Multi-Assist Games: 1 (2009-10 - 1)
Streak: To Come
First: vs. Ohio State, 11/30/2007
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