Johnny Gaudreau

Johnny Gaudreau

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Boston College

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5' 8''




Carneys Point, N.J.

Previous Team

Dubuque (USHL)

Johnny Gaudreau Career Highlights

2013-2014 (Junior):

Listed as the second-highest point scorer in all of college hockey, averaging 1.84 points per game as of Jan. 6, 2014…Assisted on Ian McCoshen’s first-collegiate goal in the season opener at Michigan (10/10)…scored his 12th-career power play goal and chipped in with two assists for his first multi-point game of the season against Rensselaer (10/13)… became Boston College’s 74th player in program history to score 100 points for his career after his second-straight three-point game with the game-winning goal and a pair of assists against Wisconsin (10/18)…netted his second power play goal of the season at Minnesota (10/25)…scored his first-career short-handed goal and added an empty netter in a 4-2 triumph over Northeastern (11/1)…scored the game-tying goal at Northeastern (11/2)… registered his fourth mutli-point performance of the season with the game-winning goal and a pair of assists at Boston University (11/8)…turned in a four-point performance (2-2-4) and the game-winning goal against Army (11/10)…strung together his first-ever five-game goal scoring streak as an Eagle with BC’s first goal at Massachusetts (11/14)…assisted on Austin Cangelosi’s goal against Massachusetts (11/15)…scored his 11th-career two-goal game an added an assist at Harvard (11/20)…assisted on Scott Savage’s goal at Maine (11/23)…assisted on Kevin Hayes’ goal against Holy Cross (11/29)…tabbed Hockey East Player of the Month, the fifth of his career (12/3)…assisted and scored his 13th goal of the season against New Hampshire (12/6)… assisted on Kevin Hayes’ game-winning goal at New Hampshire (12/7)…accounted for the game-winning goal along with a pair of assists in a 5-0 shutout against Bowling Green in the first round of the Three Rivers Classic (12/27)…broke his own career record, stringing together a 13-game point streak with a goal and assist against Penn State, earning Three Rivers Classic Tournament MVP honors (12/28)…recorded his fourth two-goal performance, including his fifth game-winning goal of the season, to help defeat Notre Dame at Fenway Park (1/4)

2012-2013 (Sophomore):

Played in 35 games; missed two games in early January while playing with the World Junior Championship ... one of three finalists for the Hobey Baker Memorial Award given to the nation's premier collegian ... earned first-team honors ... earned American Hockey Coaches Association All-America East first-team honors as well as All-America East first-team laurels ... captured Hockey East Association Player of the Year honors ... earned the Leonard Fowle Award as New England MVP as well as the Herb Gallagher Award as the region's top forward ... earned All-Hockey East first-team recognition and All-New England honors ... shared the Norman F. Daily Memorial Award with Steven Whitney¬ as the program's most valuable players ... registered a team-high 51 points - 21 goals and 30 assists; ranked among the nation's leaders in several statistical categories - points per game (first; 1.46), goals per game (fifth; 0.60), assists per game (fifth; 0.86) and game-winning goals (t-third; six) ... recorded a plus-minus rating of +19 ... registered a league-high 36 points - 12 goals and 24 assists - in 27 Hockey East contests ... registered 14 multiple-point games, including four multiple-goal games ... tallied one six-point performance, one five-point effort and one four-point effort ... tallied at least one point in 28 (of 35) games ... earned Hockey East Player of the Week honors after stellar efforts at Vermont (3/8-9); tallied a career-high six points - two goals and four assists - in the team's 7-2 win over the Catamounts ... notched five points - two goals and two assists - in a 6-3 home win over Dartmouth (11/24) ... earned Hockey East Player of the Month honors for November after he recorded 14 points - seven goals and seven assists - the team's 6-1-0 month.

2011-2012 (Freshman):

Played in all 44 games ... earned All-Hockey East Association and College Hockey rookie-team honors ... earned Hockey Commissioners' Association National Rookie of the Month honors for March/April after tallying 13 points - five goals and eight assists - in 10 games ... earned Hockey East All-Tournament honors and Most Valuable Player accolades after he tallied a team-high seven points - three goals and four assists - in four playoff victories ... earned the program's Bernie Burke Outstanding Freshman Award ... earned Hockey East Rookie of the Month honors three times - in October, February and March ... captured Beanpot Most Valuable Player honors after notching four points - two goals and two assists - in victories over Northeastern (2/6) and Boston University (2/13) ... registered 44 points - 21 goals and 23 assists; recorded 22 points - 12 goals and 10 assists - in conference contests ... finished the season with a plus-minus rating of +20; was a +11 in league play ... scored seven power-play goals and five game-winning goals ... enjoyed 11 multiple-point performances, including three three-point outings and one four-point night ... tallied a game-high four points - one goal and three assists - in his second collegiate contest - a 6-2 win over North Dakota (10/8) in the Ice Breaker Tournament title tilt ... notched three points on two goals and one assist in each of three victories - over Northeastern (2/6), at Vermont (2/10) and against Maine (3/17) in the Hockey East Tournament championship game at TD Garden ... scored an insurance goal in remarkable fashion in the team's 4-1 win over Ferris State (4/7) in the NCAA Frozen Four national championship game in Tampa, Fla. ... notched a team-high 27 points - 13 goals and 14 assists - during the team's 19-game win streak to close the season.

Highlights from Prior to Current Team:

Earned USHL Rookie of the Year honors as a member of the Dubuque Fighting Saints in 2010-11; ranked fourth in the USHL in scoring with 72 points - 36 goals and 36 assists - in 60 regular-season games ... ranked among league leaders in goals (second), power-play goals (first with 15), game-winning goals (third with 7), plus-minus rating (ninth at plus-21) and shooting percentage (first at 23.4 percent) ... was one of 44 players selected to the midseason CCM USHL All-Star Teams ... twice gained USHL Offensive Player of the Week accolades ... played for Dubuque head coach Jim Montgomery ... earned All-State second-team honors from the Star-Ledger as a junior at Gloucester Catholic in 2009-10; registered 48 points - 21 goals and 27 assists - in 14 games for the Rams ... also played 48 games for Team Comcast (Midget Major U18, Tier 1 Elite Hockey) in 2009-10, totaling 58 points - 29 goals and 29 assists.

Personal History:

JOHN MICHAEL GAUDREAU; born August 13, 1993 ... shoots left ... captured a gold medal with the U.S. National Junior Team at the 2013 International Ice Hockey Federation World Junior Championships at Ufa Arena in Ufa, Russia ... named one of Team USA's top three players of the tournament and was voted to the media all-star team after he finished the tournament as its leading goal scorer (seven) and tied for fifth in points (nine); scored all seven goals in the last four games ... tallied 17 points - eight goals and nine assists - in 11 collegiate playoff games ... has twice participated in the Calgary Flames Development Camp - July 2012 and July 2013 ... played the 2010-11 season with the Dubuque Fighting Saints of the United States Hockey League; graduated from Dubuque Senior High School in 2011 ... attended Gloucester (N.J.) Catholic from 2007-10 ... brother, Matthew, is a freshman forward at Boston College in 2013-14 ... drafted in the fourth round (97th) by Calgary in the 2011 NHL Entry Draft.

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