Gill's Career Statistics
Gill's Career Bests
Three-time monogram winner who was always one of the team's hardest workers during his Notre Dame career ... played in 74 games during his four years, scoring two goals with two assists for four points ... saw action at both left wing and center during his career ... gritty, competitive player who saw action in a variety of roles with the Irish ... strong faceoff man ... brother of `03-'04 team captain Aaron Gill ... combined with Aaron to give Notre Dame hockey its ninth brother combination and the sixth duo to play at the same time ... one of 87 Notre Dame players from the state of Minnesota to earn a monogram.
AS A SENIOR: Saw action in 21 games for the Irish in 2005-06 ... had one assist and was +2 on the year ... whistled off for four penalties resulting in eight penalty minutes ... saw duty on Notre Dame's penalty-killing unit ... picked up lone assist of the season on Feb. 24 versus Alaska Fairbanks ... helped set up Evan Rankin's first-period game-winning goal versus Nanooks in 4-1 victory.
AS A JUNIOR: Played 26 of Notre Dame's 38 games ... scored a pair of goals on the year ... recorded four penalties for a total of eight minutes ... had a career-high 24 shots on goal ... made first appearance of the season in 3-2 Irish win over No. 1 Boston College on Oct. 22 ... recorded a career high four shots on goal in 4-4 tie with Bowling Green on Nov. 5 ... first collegiate goal came on Nov. 26 at Alaska Fairbanks, giving Irish a 2-0 lead on way to a 3-2 win ... second career goal came on Feb. 5 versus Nebraska-Omaha ... goal cut Mavericks lead to 4-3 midway through third period in eventual 6-3 loss.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Played 12 of team's 39 games, usually in a checking role ... had no points, but did pick up one penalty for two minutes ... recorded five shots on goal, including a pair of career-best two-shot games versus Miami (2/6/04) and Western Michigan (12/6/03) ... was -2 on the year.
AS A FRESHMAN: Played 15 of Notre Dame's 40 games in his rookie season ... mostly saw duty on the Irish checking line ... recorded one assist while taking seven shots on goal ... was +1 for the season with three penalties for six minutes ... played in his first collegiate game on Oct. 26 at home versus Ferris State ... saw limited action throughout the season ... recorded first collegiate point in 3-3 tie versus Michigan State on Jan. 25 ... joined high-energy freshman line with Walsh and Wallace to get game-tying goal versus Spartans ... forced a turnover with intense forechecking in the right wing corner and made pass to Wallace who scored on a wrist shot with 3:47 left to give Irish crucial tie ... played in just two more games the remainder of the season.
PREP & PERSONAL: Played his high school hockey at traditional powerhouse Shattuck St. Mary's in Faribault, Minn. ... played for coach Andy Murray (now with the Los Angeles Kings of the NHL) and Tom Ward at Shattuck St. Mary's ... had 18 goals and 34 assists in 80 games while helping the 1999 team win the midget AAA national championship ... also played golf, tennis and soccer during his high school career ... played two seasons in the USHL with the Cedar Rapids RoughRiders ... helped RoughRiders to the USHL playoffs and a first-round upset of Lincoln Stars in 2001-02 ... scored game-winning goal in second overtime of playoff-opening win versus the Stars ... finished the season with six goals and 17 assists for 23 points in 60 games ... named the RoughRiders "most dedicated player" in `00-'01 and `01-'02 ... was also named team's unsung hero in `01-'02 and the most improved player following the 2000-01 season ... had four goals and five assists for nine points in 43 games in his first year at Cedar Rapids ... full name is Anthony Jay Gill ... son of Kirk and Jennie Gill ... has two brothers and one sister ... born Nov. 18, 1981, in Rochester, Minn. ... marketing major in the Mendoza College of Business.
Tony Gill's Career Statistics
Tony Gill's Career Bests
vs. Alaska Fairbanks (0g-1a; 2/24/06)
vs. Nebraska-Omaha (1g-0a; 2/5/05)
vs. Alaska Fairbanks (1g-0a; 11/26/04)
vs. Michigan State (0g-1a; 1/25/03)
vs. Nebraska-Omaha (2/5/05)
vs. Alaska Fairbanks (11/26/04)
vs. Alaska Fairbanks (2/24/06)
vs. Michigan State (1/25/03)
4 Shots on Goal
vs. Bowling Green (11/4/04)