Debuted each year at the OSCARS - the year-end highlight video provides a look back at all 26 varsity sports competed at the University of Notre Dame and is created in cooperation with the Student Welfare and Development Office and LeSea Broadcasting.
Onward To Victory provides a look back at the history of Notre Dame Hockey and behind-the-scenes access to the Fighting Irish as they prepare for the Compton Family Ice Arena dedication game against rival Boston College.
Notre Dame Men's Ice Hockey come up victorious over Bowling Green in game one of the best of three game series in the CCHA Quarter Finals March 15-17.
Picked up his second monogram during the 2011-12 season ... will serve as lone team captain in his junior year ... expected to shift from left wing to center this season ... one of the top goal scorers in the CCHA and on the national level ... team leader of the Irish ... big, strong forward who has a great understanding of the game ... plays hard and makes plays .. gifted scorer who plays a physical style ... power forward with outstanding hands ... strong in front of the goal and in the corners ... has led Notre Dame in goal scoring in each of the last two seasons ... honorable mention all-CCHA selection in 2011-12 ... played in all 40 games for Notre Dame with 17 goals and 17 assists for 34 points ... had an outstanding rookie season for Notre Dame in 2010-11 ... selected to CCHA all-rookie team ... was Notre Dame rookie of the year and a second team all-CCHA selection ... selected to NCAA Northeast Regional all-tournament team ... has played in 84 games with 41 goals and 37 assists for 78 career points in two seasons ... came to Notre Dame after one outstanding season with the Green Bay Gamblers of the United States Hockey League (USHL) ... selected in the sixth round, 152nd overall, by the New York Islanders in the 2009 NHL Entry Draft ... one of 17 Notre Dame players to play in the USHL ... one of four Minnesotans on the Irish roster along with senior Nick Larson (Apple Valley) and freshmen Steven Fogarty (Edina) and Mario Lucia (Plymouth) ... signed in the early-signing period (Nov. of `09) along with forwards Jeff Costello, David Gerths, Garrett Peterson, Bryan Rust and T.J. Tynan plus defensemen Stephen Johns and Jarred Tinordi.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Played in all 40 games for the Irish in 2011-12 while serving as an alternate captain ... led Notre Dame with 17 goals and added 17 assists for 34 points ... tied for the team lead with seven power-play goals ... had one game-winning goal ... picked up 12 penalties for 24 minutes ... was even on the season ... led the Irish with 142 shots on goal ... had eight games with two-or-more points and three with two or more goals ... got his second season at Notre Dame off to an unbelievable start, scoring goals in seven straight games and points in eight straight (10g, 4a, 14 pts) ... opened the year with one goal in season-opening, 4-3, loss at Minnesota Duluth (Oct. 7) ... followed with a goal and an assist in 5-3 win over Bulldogs the following night ... opened the home schedule with two goals and one assist, including the game winner in 5-2 win over Ohio State (Oct. 14) ... helped the Irish rally but come up short with a goal and an assist in 4-3 loss to the Buckeyes in final game at the Joyce Center ... opened the Compton Family Ice Arena in grand style ... scored first goal in the new building at 9:21 of the first period ... finished the game with a hat trick, the second of his career in a 5-2 win versus Rensselaer (Oct. 21) ... continued the streak with a power-play goal in 3-1 win at Bowling Green (Oct. 28) ... had second power-play goal of the weekend and 10th of the season in 3-2 win over the Falcons ... named the RBC CCHA player of the month and honorable mention HCA national player of the month for October ... saw goal streak end in 2-2 tie at Northern Michigan (Nov. 4) but assisted on one goal ... point streak came to an end in 1-1 tie against Wildcats on Nov. 5 ... started a new streak with two goals (both ppg) and an assist in series sweep versus Alaska ... had one goal in 5-4, come-from-behind victory (Nov. 11) ... scored via the power play and added an assist in 3-2 win over Nanooks ... would go nine games without a goal until scoring twice in 5-2 win over Boston University on Dec. 31 ... put together a five-game point streak (0g, 7a) from Jan. 21 to Feb. 4 ... included were back-to-back two-assist games in a series split at Alaska (Jan. 27-28) ... closed the season with a four-game point streak (3g, 1a) ... had one goal in regular-season finale versus Michigan State (Feb. 25) ... chipped in a goal and an assist in the first-round CCHA series split with Ohio State ... scored final goal of the year in 2-1, double-overtime loss at Michigan in second-round series.
AS A FRESHMAN: Played in all 44 games for the Irish, scoring 24 goals with 20 assists for 44 points ... tied for the team lead with six power-play goals, had one short-handed goal and tied a Notre Dame single-season mark with seven game-winning goals ... called for eight penalties resulting in 16 penalty minutes ... was +19 for the season ... second team all-CCHA selection ... named to the CCHA all-rookie team ... selected as one of Notre Dame's two rookies of the year along with T.J. Tynan ... three-time CCHA rookie of the week ... three-time CCHA rookie of the month (Oct., Dec., Feb.) ... HCA national rookie of the month (Dec.) ... point total was eighth best by a Notre Dame freshman ... 24 goals are the third-best total for an Irish rookie ... had 15 games with two or more points and five games with two or more goals ... sent an early message in his first game at Notre Dame as he recorded his first career hat trick in 6-3 win over Holy Cross in opening game of Warrior Ice Breaker Classic (Oct. 8) ... had a goal (ppg) and an assist in 4-2 win over Lake Superior (Oct. 15) ... scored single goals in each game of Western Michigan series (Oct. 29-30), including game winner in 3-2 win on Oct. 29 ... had a power-play goal in 6-3 victory at Bowling Green (Nov. 6) ... had a goal and an assist in 5-3 loss at Michigan (Nov. 13) ... added his eighth goal of the year in 6-2 win versus Michigan State (Nov. 20) ... had a career-high three assists in 5-4 win at Miami (Dec. 3) ... had a goal (gwg) and an assist in 5-2 win over Northern Michigan (Dec. 12) ... had a goal and an assist in 10-2 win against Canisius (Dec. 29) ... moved into January with a goal and an assist in 3-3 tie with Boston University in Shillelagh Tournament third-place game ... had a three-point weekend (1g, 2a) in Irish sweep at Northern Michigan ... scored a short-handed goal in 2-1 win over Alaska (Jan. 14) ... picked up second multi-goal game (ppg, gwg) in 4-1 win at Ohio State (Jan. 22) ... had five-point weekend (2g, 3a) in a pair of ties against Miami ... added a goal and an assist in 2-1 win versus Bowling Green and then had two assists in 5-1 win the following night ... had fourth, two-goal game in 3-2 win at Western Michigan (Feb. 25) ... had just one goal in three-game second round playoff series with Lake Superior ... had two goals in 4-3 overtime win against Merrimack in Northeast Regional, including the overtime game winner ... added an assist in win over New Hampshire in championship game ... selected to the Northeast Regional all-tournament team ... played in eight postseason games with three goals and one assist for four points.
PREP & PERSONAL: Graduated from Edina High School in Edina, Minn. ... standout athlete at Edina in hockey, football and baseball ... played two years of hockey at Edina for coach Curt Giles ... was a finalist in 2009 for Minnesota's "Mr. Hockey" Award ... selected Associated Press first team all-state ... two-time all-state selection ... four-time all-conference choice ... played three years at St. Thomas Academy before transferring to Edina ... appeared in Minnesota State Tournament a record five times (8th grade) ... finished his high school career with 106 goals and 132 assists for 238 points to rank second in all-time scoring by a Metro player in Minnesota history ... in football played quarterback and was the 2008 Minnesota Gatorade player of the year, the 2008 Metro player of the year, the National Football Foundation player of the year, a finalist for Minnesota's "Mr. Football" and a two-time all-conference and all-state performer ... holds conference records for touchdowns (32) in a season, total yards (3,332), total yards in a game (689 vs. Hopkins) and average points per game (19.2) ... set the Minnesota state mark for total offense per game (319 yds. per game) ... pitched and played third base in baseball ... two-time letter winner ... selected all-state as a junior ... did not play his senior year ... played one season of junior hockey with the Green Bay Gamblers in 2009-10 ... led Green Bay to a 45-10-5 record, first place in the East Division with the Anderson Cup and the USHL's Clark Cup playoff championship in `09-'10 ... led team in scoring with 35 goals and 31 assists for 66 points ... added nine power-play goals and a league-best nine game-winning tallies ... tied for the USHL lead in goals with 35 and was 10th in points with 66 ... tied for 11th in power-play goals ... selected USHL rookie of the year and to the USHL all-rookie team ... first team all-USHL ... most valuable player of the Clark Cup playoffs, leading all scorers with 10 goals and 12 assists for 22 points ... played in 2010 USHL all-star game ... full name is Anders Mark Lee ... son of Thomas and Lisa Lee ... has two younger sisters, Alexis and Courtney ... born in St. Paul, Minn. ... management major in the Mendoza College of Business at Notre Dame.