Stastny's Career Statistics
Eighth Round Draft Choice - Boston Bruins 2002
Two-year monogram winner for the Irish ... left Notre Dame following his sophomore year to pursue a career in professional hockey ... selected in the eighth-round, 259th overall in the 2002 NHL Entry Draft by the Boston Bruins ... closed out his Notre Dame career with 20 goals and 20 assists for 40 points in 72 career games ... tough, gritty forward ... strong on his skates, and tough to knock off the puck ... enjoys playing a physical style ... outstanding faceoff man ... one of three Irish players selected in the 2002 NHL Entry Draft ... product of the St. Louis youth hockey and the influence that the St. Louis Blues had on the area ... father Peter, a member of the National Hockey League hall of fame, played 15 years in the NHL with Quebec, New Jersey and St. Louis where he finished his career he currently works as a special assignment scout for the Blues ... one of five Missouri natives to win monograms with the Notre Dame hockey program.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Played in 39 of 40 games for the Irish, finishing the season with 14 goals and nine assists for 23 points ... had two power-play tallies, one short-handed goal and one game winner ... finished year third on team in goals (14) and shots on goals (113) ... scored 10 goals with seven assists for 17 points in 27 CCHA games ... won 56.6% of faceoffs (421 of 744) to finish second to Connor Dunlop in that category ... recorded points in three of teamís first four games, including game-winning goal (power-play marker) in 4-2 home win over Western Michigan ... the next night at Western, recorded a goal and assist in 8-5 win for three-point weekend ... put together a career-high eight-game point-scoring streak (7g, 5a) between Nov. 30 and Jan. 4 ... started streak with a goal and an assist in 5-4 loss at Alaska Fairbanks ... followed with a three-point weekend (1g, 2a) in home sweep of Bowling Green ... scored twice in 3-2 win over Wayne State at Joe Louis Arena on Dec. 14 ... had assists in games versus Dartmouth and Vermont at Ledyard National Bank Tournament in Hanover, N.H. ... closed streak with three goals in weekend series at Nebraska-Omaha, scoring once in 5-3 win and twice in 5-3 loss to Mavericks ... notched first career short-handed goal in loss at Ferris State ... had just two goals and three assists over final 17 games of season ... held scoreless in four postseason games.
AS A FRESHMAN: Played in 33 games, recording six goals and 11 assists for 17 points to lead all Notre Dame freshmen ... had one power-play goal and one gamewinner ... had 50 shots on goal and a nifty .120 shooting percentage ... was -4 for the season ... called for 19 penalties resulting in 38 minutes in the penalty box ... turned in four multiple-point games including a three-assist game versus Bowling Green ... had one three-game goal-scoring and point-scoring streak ... collected first collegiate point with an assist in 4-4 tie at Ohio State ....assisted on Brett Lebdaís goal in 5-4 win over Northern Michigan ... had three-game point streak (Nov. 16-Dec. 1) with assists in both games of Western Michigan series ... scored first goal of career in 7-0 home shutout versus Lake Superior ... had a hand in all three third-period goals (including Tom Galvinís game winner) in 6-3 win at Bowling Green ... held scoreless over the next eight games before going on second three-game point streak (3g, 2a) from Jan. 26-Feb. 2 ... had a goal and assist in 7-3 loss at Miami ... scored 43 seconds into third period to cut Alaska Fairbanks lead to 5-4 in 7-5 loss ... scored in third straight game (power-play goal) the following night while adding an assist in 6-5 loss to Nanooks ... scored first two goals in 6-0 win at Lake Superior on Feb. 23 ... final point of the season came in 4-1 regular-season finale win versus Bowling Green ... held scoreless in four postseason games.
PREP & PERSONAL: Joined the Omaha Lancers (USHL) after starting the year with the St. Louis Sting (NAHL) at the start of the 2000-01 season ... had 17 goals, 14 assists and 101 penalty minutes in 44 regular-season games ... added seven goals and seven assists in 12 playoff games as Omaha won the USHLís Anderson Cup and then the Gold Cup as the national junior champions ... selected to the USHL all-star game but did not play due to injury ... in 1999-00 played for the Sting, where he had 12 goals and 23 assists for 35 points and 77 penalty minutes ... played in the NAHL all-star game that season ... second oldest of four children, with one brother and two sisters ... youngest sister Kristina is a member of the Notre Dame womenís tennis team ... son of Peter and Darina Stastny ... father played 15 seasons in the NHL, scoring 450 goals with 789 assists for 1,239 points ... full name is Yan Pauol Stastny ... born Sept. 30, 1982 in Quebec City, Que.
Stastny's Career Statistics