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    Rob Globke

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    West Bloomfield, MI

    High School:
    Southfield (MI) Christian High School

    Height / Weight:
    6-3 / 202

    Position:
    Right Wing

    Birthdate:
    10/24/1982

    Last Team:
    USA Under-18 National Team


  • Globke's Career Statistics
  • Globke's Career Bests
  • Second Round Draft Choice - Florida Panthers 2002

    Three-time monogram winner for the Irish who will look to have a dominating season as a senior ... Highly skilled player who combines power and finesse from his postion at right wing ... has all the tools to be one of the top players in college hockey ... prototypical power forward at 6-3, 202-pounds with excellent speed, great hands and outstanding hockey instincts ... can beat you one-on-one, in traffic or with his booming shot ... has great moves and puck-handling skills ... deadly accurate shooter ... great around the net ... the sky is the limit for this talented player ... comes into his final season with 49 goals and 35 assists for 85 points in 106 career games ... needs just one goal to become 29th player in Notre Dame history to reach 50-goal plateau ... needs 16 points to become the 40th player in school history to reach 100 points ... became first Notre Dame player to score 20 or more goals (21) in a season (during 2002-03) since Aniket Dhadphale had 25 during 1997-98 campaign ... recorded first collegiate hat trick in 5-3 win at Minnesota-Duluth ... was first Irish player to combine for five goals in consecutive games (followed hat trick with two goals in win over Western Michigan) since Tim Harberts had five to open the 1994-95 schedule ... was selected in the second round, 40th overall by the Florida Panthers in the 2002 National Hockey League Draft in June ... selection at 40th spot was the highest any Notre Dame hockey player has ever been selected by the NHL ... has international experience having been a part of the USA National Team Developmental program ... was a member of the 2001 and 2002 USA Junior National teams ... helped 2001 team to a fifth-place finish in Russia and 2002 team to a fifth-place finish in the Czech Republic ... scored once in opening game, 4-3 win, versus Czech Republic ... added an assist in 4-4 tie with Slovakia and had a goal in 5-2 win over Belarus ... was an honorable mention selection to the 2000-01 CCHA all-rookie team ... one of eight players on 2003-04 Notre Dame roster to have come through the National Developmental program ... one of six Michigan natives on the Irish roster along with junior Derek Smith (Marysville), sophomores Chris Trick (Troy) and Mike Walsh (Northville) and freshmen Jason Paige (Saginaw) and Josh Sciba (Westland) ... one of 18 Michigan natives to letter with the Notre Dame hockey program ... outstanding student at Notre Dame as he has been a Dean's List selection in four of his six semesters including both semesters of his junior year.

    AS A JUNIOR: Played in all 40 games for the Irish in 2002-03 scoring points in 22 of them ... led the Irish in scoring with 21 goals and 15 assists for 36 points ... scored three times on the power play and four of his goals were game winners ... 124 shots on goal were second on the team and .169 shooting percentage led the squad ... whistled for 18 penalties and 44 minutes ... was +2 for the season ... had nine multiple-point games ... scored three goals and added one assist for first four-point game of career versus Minnesota-Duluth (Oct. 12) ... started a four-game point streak (6g, 3a) ... followed hat trick with two goals and an assist in win over Western Michigan ... added an assist in 8-5 win at Western Michigan ... closed the streak with a power-play goal in 5-2 home loss to Ferris State ... set up Aaron Gill's game-tying goal with 48 seconds left versus Boston College (Nov. 1) ... got eventual game-winning goal in 2-1 win over Miami with an end-to-end highlight reel goal ... continued his goal-scoring heroics with a three-point game (2g, 1a) in 4-3 Irish win at Michigan ... second goal was game winner with just 3:40 left on clock ... rammmed the rebound of a Connor Dunlop shot past UM's Al Montoya ... Michigan game started Globke on a career-high eight-game scoring streak (8g, 6a) ... had three goals and two assists in two-game series at Alaska Fairbanks ... followed with a goal and an assist in back-to-back wins against Bowling Green ... assisted on Connor Dunlop's game-winning goal at Wayne State (Dec. 14) ... closed streak with a goal in 6-4 loss at Dartmouth ... scored a pair of goals in 5-3 win at Nebraska-Omaha to start the new year ... two goals gave him Globke the CCHA goal-scoring lead with 17 on the year ... picked up just a goal and two assists over the next 12 games before closing the regular season with a three-game point streak (1g, 2a) ... was held scoreless in first two games of Miami playoff series ... had a goal and an assist for two points in series-clinching 5-0 win in game three versus RedHawks ... first-period goal was his fourth game winner of the season ... at CCHA Super Six set up Brad Wanchulak's game-tying goal at 8:59 of second period and put the Irish ahead 2-1 at 13:58 with a nifty move on OSU's Mike Betz.

    AS A SOPHOMORE: Played in 33 of Notre Dame's 38 games, missing four games while at the World Junior Championships and one for a game-disqualification penalty ... tied for fourth on the team in scoring with 11 goals and 11 assists for 22 points ... had three power-play goals, one short-handed marker and two game-winning goals ... racked up 30 penalties for 79 minutes on the year ... 83 shots tied for fifth most on the team while .133 shooting percentage was tops among players who played in 25 or more games ... was -7 for the year ... had a pair of five-game point scoring streaks during the season (Dec. 1- Jan. 11; 4g-4a and Jan. 19-Feb. 2; 3g-2a) ... recorded five multiple-point games and three multiple-goal games during the season ...got the season off to a fast start with a four-point weekend versus Union ... picked up a helper on David Inman's season-opening goal in a 2-1 loss ... followed with the second three-point game (2g-1a) of his career in the Oct. 12 game with the Dutchmen ... first goal came in the third period on a penalty shot (ND's first penalty shot since Feb. 5, 1998) as Globke deked Union goaltender Brandon Snee right and then slid a backhander under him for the Irish goal ... scored second goal of the game six minutes later, short-handed ... was held scoreless for seven games before picking up an assist at Western Michigan ... had back-to-back two-point games in weekend sweep of Lake Superior at the Joyce Center ... had a goal and an assist in Morgan Cey's 7-0 shutout win on Dec. 1 ... followed that with second two-goal game in 5-2 win versus Lakers ... picked up one assist in each game of weekend series at Bowling Green ... missed Princeton and Michigan series while playing at World Junior Championships picking up two goals and an assist in seven games ... returned to help lead Irish to 4-1 win over Northern Michigan (Jan. 11) ... assisted on David Inman's first-period goal, then scored eventual game winner at 11:48 of second period on the power play ... after being held scoreless for two games, started second five-game streak on Jan. 19 with a goal in 4-2 home loss to Nebraska-Omaha ... picked up two assists in weekend series at Miami ... scored a power-play goal in each game of home series with Alaska Fairbanks ... closed the regular season with two goals (one ppg) in 4-1 win over Bowling Green ... second goal proved to be the game-winning goal ... held scoreless in four postseason games.

    AS A FRESHMAN: Played in 33 of the team's 39 games, missing six games while playing at World Junior Championships ... tied Dan Carlson for the team lead in goals with 17 (eighth-best total by an Irish freshman) while adding nine assists ... whistled for 29 penalties and 74 minutes ... scored four power-play goals and led the Irish with two game winners ... had top shooting percentage on the team (.195) as he converted 17 of 87 shots on goal ... collected 10 goals and seven assists for 17 points in CCHA league games ... selected honorable mention CCHA all-rookie team ... had two multiple-goal games and five multiple-point games ... scored his first collegiate goal in his first game netting a third-period lamplighter versus Minnesota in Hall of Fame game ... selected CCHA rookie of the week on Oct. 23 after scoring two goals and an assist versus Wayne State and Northeastern ... had points in 11 of his first 13 games including a seven-game point streak from Oct. 14-Nov. 3 (four goals and three assists) ... had two, two-game goal-scoring streaks highlighted by three goals in Yale weekend - scored once in 8-2 loss and followed with first two-goal game (including game winner in 4-3 win) ... also had a two-game goal streak Oct. 27- Nov. 3 versus Michigan State and Miami ... sparked Notre Dame's 3-2 win over Bowling Green (Feb. 9) accounting for all three points (two goals and one assist) including the game-winning goal at 12:54 of the third period ... was CCHA rookie-of-the-week for the second time after four-point weekend (2g, 2a) versus Bowling Green ... closed the season with points (five goals and five assists) in five of team's last seven games.

    WITH USA HOCKEY: One of three Notre Dame seniors who are products of USA Hockey National Development Program ... third-leading scorer on 1999-2000 USA Under-18 National Team, with 15 goals (four power play) and 21 assists in 54 games, plus 68 penalty minutes ... one of 13 NTDP alums to join Irish program in the last six seasons ... was the only U.S. player named to the all-tournament team at the Five Nations Tournament (held in Rauma, Finland) ... also named to the all-festival team at the 1998 USA Hockey Select-16 Festival and competed in Switzerland with his U.S. teammates at the World Under-18 Championship ... helped USA team post a 39-16-3 regular-season record and USHL's fifth-best power play pct. (.189) ... was one of the youngest members of the Under-18 team ... joined current Irish teammates Connor Dunlop, John Wroblewski and Neil Komadoski among 53 invitees to USA Hockey 2000 Summer Evaluation Camp ... joined Dunlop on 31-player group that made USA Hockey Summer Challenge roster ... named to 2001 Junior National team along with Dunlop ... scored a pair of goals in seven games as team finished fifth in the world ... participated in USA Hockey's 2001 Summer Evaluation Camp along with Komadoski and Brett Lebda ... joined Lebda on 27-man roster that faced Finland in four-game USA Hockey Summer Challenge ... played in his second World Junior Championship scoring two goals and an assist in seven games as the U.S. finished fifth.

    PREP & PERSONAL: Played for the Detroit Compuware Ambassadors of the North American Hockey League in 1998-99, helping the Ambassadors defeat the USHL champion Omaha Lancers to win the Clark Cup national junior-A title (current Irish sophomore Tony Zasowski was the starting goalkeeper on that Lancers team) ... graduated from Southfield (Mich.) Christian High School in May of 2000, after completing his requirements in just three years ... second-oldest of five children ... son of Bob and Victoria Globke ... full name is Rob Frederick Globke ... born Oct. 24, 1982, in Farmington, Mich. ... marketing major enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business.

    Globke's Career Statistics

    YearGPGAPtsShotsSh Pct.P/MinPPGSHGGWG+/-
    2000-01331792687.19529/74402-4
    2001-023311112283.13330/79312-7
    2002-0340211536124.16918/44304+2
    Totals106493584294.16777/1971018-9

    Globke's Career Bests

    4 Points

  • vs. Minnesota-Duluth (3g-1a; 10/12/02)

    3 Goals

  • vs. Minnesota-Duluth (10/12/02)

    1 Assist

  • 35 times

    7 Shots on Goal

  • vs. Michigan (11/22/02)
  • vs. Lake Superior (12/2/01)
  • vs. Bowling Green (2/9/01)
  • vs. Western Michigan (1/12/01)

    5-Game Goal Streak

  • Nov. 23-Dec. 8, 2002 (vs. Michigan, Alaska Fairbanks (2), Bowling Green (2))

    7-Game Point Streak

  • (8g-6a); Nov. 23-Dec. 28, 2002 (vs. Michigan, Alaska Fairbanks (2), Bowling Green (2), Wayne State, Dartmouth, Vermont)
  • (4g-3a); Oct. 14-Nov. 3, 2000 (vs. Niagara, Northeastern, Michigan State and Miami)
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