Men's Ice Hockey


Four-year monogram winner for the Irish who had a breakout season in his senior year ... honorable mention all-CCHA selection after finishing among the CCHA leaders with career highs in goals (19), assists (18), points (37) and power-play goals (7) in his final season ... became the 29th player in Notre Dame hockey history to record 50 or more goals in his career (53) ... served as one of team's alternate captains in 2001-02 ... selected to CCHA all-Academic team as a senior ... Verizon District V at-large team Academic all-American selection in 2001-02 with a 3.52 grade-point average in Finance ... selected in the second round (59th overall) by the New York Rangers to become the first Notre Dame hockey player ever selected in the first two rounds of the draft ... selected to the CCHA all-rookie team as a freshman ... key player on Notre Dame's power play as 21 of his 53 career goals have come with the man-advantage ... helped Team Ontario capture the gold medal at Under-17 World Hockey Challenge in Red Deer, Alberta ... 34th Ontario native to letter with Irish.

CAREER NOTES: Finished Notre Dame career with 53 goals and 41 assists for 94 points in 145 career games ... 21 career power-play goals ties him for 11th on all-time list ... collected five game-winning goals in his career ... versus the CCHA had 41 goals and 32 assists for 73 points in 118 career games.

WITH USA HOCKEY: One of nine Notre Dame players to play on the United States Junior National Team in the program's history ... joined Irish teammates Brett Henning and Connor Dunlop as members of the 1999-2000 United States Junior National Team.

AS A SENIOR: Played in all 38 games for the Irish ... finished second on the Irish in scoring with 19 goals, 18 assists and 37 points ... 19 goals and seven power-play goals led the team in each category ... led Irish with a +12 plus-minus ... second on the team with 145 shots on goal (.122 shooting percentage) ... had 12 penalties for 24 minutes ... finished 13th among CCHA players in overall scoring ... was fifth in CCHA league scoring with 14 goals and 17 assists for 31 points ... had three, three-game point scoring streaks during the season ... turned in four-point games at Northern Michigan (Nov. 2, 2g, 2a) and at home versus Alaska Fairbanks (Feb. 1, 1g, 3a) ... had eight games with two or more points during season including a pair of two-goal games (Northern Michigan and Michigan, Jan.4) ... picked up game-winning goals at Northern Michigan (Nov. 2) and in overtime playoff win at Nebraska-Omaha (Mar. 9) ... had a big year versus Northern Michigan as he collected four goals and four assists versus the Wildcats in five games ... had personal-best 10 shots in Dec. 8 game at Bowling Green ... collected two goals in four postseason games for the Irish.

AS A JUNIOR: Appeared in 37 of team's 39 games ... was seventh in team scoring with 17 points (11g, 6a) ... fourth on the team with 101 shots on goal (.109 shooting percentage) ... led Irish with five power-play goals ... whistled for five penalties for 10 minutes ... turned in a -5 plus-minus ratio ... had three multiple-point games on the season ... equalled career-best five-game scoring streak (4g, 2a) between Oct. 14-Oct. 26 ... named to all-tournament team at Maverick Stampede ... suffered a concussion at Miami (Nov. 3) and missed second game of weekend series and following week's game versus Boston College ... bounced back from concussion by scoring first-period power-play goal versus Northern Michigan (Nov. 24) in 3-1 loss ... closed the season with points in four of last six games (3g, 3A) ... finished year with three-point game (1g, 2a) at Western Michigan.

AS A SOPHOMORE: Appeared in 32 as a center and left wing ... finished fifth on team with 20 points (13g-7a) despite missing Princeton series and Denver Cup while at the World Junior Championship and the final six games due to infectious mononucleosis ... recorded five power-play goals, one game-winning goal and a +2 plus-minus ratio ... totaled just six penalties (12 minutes) along with four power-play goals and five multi-point games ... had a career-best five-game point scoring streak (2g-4a) between Nov. 6-Nov. 20 ... posted a team, season-high four-point game when he registered two goals and two assists in 7-4 win over Nebraska Omaha.

AS A FRESHMAN: One of seven players named to CCHA all-rookie team ... one of four players to skate in all 38 games ... finished sixth on team with 20 points (10g-10a) ... ranked fourth on team with four power-play goals, plus two game-winning goals ... amassed a team-high 74 penalty minutes (29 penalties) ... totaled eight goals, eight assists in CCHA regular season ... posted four two-point games, including one two-goal game and one two-assist game ... had season-best, five-game scoring streak from Nov. 6- Nov. 20 (2g, 4a).

PREP & PERSONAL: Led Wexford to '98 Metro League title and runner-up finish to Milton Merchants in Provincial League finals ... a Metro all-star after leading Raiders in overall goals (51, plus 69 assists), playoff goals (15) and playoff assists (25) ... totaled 32 goals, 56 assists in 43 games in '96-'97, earning rookie of the year and scholastic player of the year in Metro Junior A Central Division ... served as member of student council at North Toronto Collegiate Institute ... father Rob Inman participated in football and track and field at Yale ... born June 13, 1980, in New York City, N.Y. ... son of Rob and Straughn Inman ... full name is David Stanley Inman ... graduated with a finance degree from the Mendoza College of Business.

Inman's Career Statistics

YearGPGAPtsShotsSh Pct.P/MinPPGSHGGWG+/-

David Inman
David  Inman

Toronto, ONT

High School:
North Toronto Collegiate Institute

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 210

Center/Right Wing


Previous Team:
Wexford Raiders (OPJHL)


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