Tony Cameranesi Career Highlights
Has accumulated nine points (two goals and seven assists) in nine games heading into the New Year ... has yet to miss a game as a collegian
Certainly prospered in his new hockey surroundings one year ago and provided an instant spark to UMD’s offensive attack ... concluded the year with 34 points (which tied him for the team scoring lead and ranked fourth nationally among freshman) and secured a spot on the Western Collegiate Hockey Association All-Rookie Team for his efforts ... was an integral part of a Bulldog power-play unit which was the fourth most potent in the nation (23.4 percent) ... his seven goals with the man advantage were bettered by only one other NCAA I newcomer (Boston University’s Danny O’Regan with eight) ... accumulated a team-high 16 of his 2012-13 points on the road ... skated a regular shift in all 38 engagements last winter -- one of only six Bulldogs to do so ... did not go more than three games in a row without marking in the points column (and only did that once) ... exited the regular season with a bang, pocketing eight points in final four games.
Highlights from Prior to Current Team:
Spent the 2012-13 season making quite an impression as a rookie with the United States Hockey League’s Waterloo Blackhawks … racked up 18 goals and 24 assists for 42 points – the third-highest output on the club – in 55 games ... consistently performed well on special teams, topping all Blackhawks in power play markers with six … was a fixture on a Waterloo outfit that finished second in the USHL playoffs … suited up with the U.S. entry at the World Junior A Challenge in November 2011, where he produced one goal and one assist in five games … was a fifth-round pick of the Toronto Maple Leafs (130th choice overall) in the 2011 National Hockey League Entry Draft … wrapped up a rewarding three-year playing career at Wayzata High School with a selection to the 2010-11 Associated Press All-State first team in addition to being a finalist for the Mr. Hockey Award … paced the Trojans in points (63) and assists (46) over a 28-game senior season.
The son of Ken and Tess Cameranesi ... has two sisters -- Samantha and Dani (a University of Minnesota hockey freshman)
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