Wallace's Career Bests
Finished his Notre Dame career as the school's all-time "Iron Man," after not missing a single game in his career ... played in 153 consecutive games to finish third on the school's all-time games played list ... four-time monogram winner for the Irish ... scored 25 goals with 34 assists for 59 points in his career ... six of his goals were power-play tallies and three were game winners ... prototypical power forward who was tough to knock off his skates and had good hands ... came to Notre Dame after two seasons with the USA National Team Developmental Program (2000-02) ... one of three Notre Dame monogram winners from the state of Alaska (Jordan Pearce - Anchorage and Nathan Borega `96, Wasilla).
AS A SENIOR: Played in all 36 games as a senior finishing fifth on the team in scoring with career highs in goals (11), assists (12), points (23) and power-play goals (4) ... had 62 shots on goal, scoring at a .177 success rate ... whistled off for 14 minor penalties for 28 minutes of penalty time ... had four multiple-point games on the season, including two games with two goals (Princeton, 10/28 and Lake Superior, 12/18) ... set a career high with six shots on goal in home loss to Princeton (10/28) ... had a career-best five-game point streak (4g-3a) from Nov. 4-Nov. 18 ... equalled a career high with three points (2g-1a) in 4-3 win versus Lake Superior ... set a Notre Dame record for the fastest goal at the start of a game (:09) in 4-3 loss at Western Michigan (12/2).
AS A JUNIOR: Played in all 38 games and finished third in team scoring with five goals and nine assists for 14 points ... had a pair of power-play goals and one game winner ... tied for sixth on the team with a career-high 69 shots on goal ... called for 10 minor penalties for a total of 20 minutes ... set up Notre Dame's first goal of the season by Josh Sciba in 2-2 tie versus Minnesota-Duluth ... got first goal of the season in 4-2 loss at Miami ... had two-game assist streak with helpers versus Boston College and Northern Michigan ... had a big weekend on his return to Alaska over Thanksgiving ... first period power-play goal gave Irish a 1-0 lead over Nanooks on Nov. 26 ... added an assist on Tony Gill's goal for two -point night in 3-2 Irish win ... following night, assisted on an Evan Rankin goal in 3-2 loss for a three-point weekend ... held scoreless for final four games of 2004 portion of the schedule but turned in a two-point weekend in split with Rensselaer over New Year's weekend ... assisted on lone Irish goal in 2-1 loss on Jan. 1, then scored game winner the following night in 2-1 win ... had just one assist (Michigan Tech) over next 10 games ... added assists versus Nebraska-Omaha and versus Michigan at Ft. Wayne before closing the season with goals in back-to-back games versus Michigan State in the final regular-season weekend.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Played in all 39 games for the Irish at right wing ... had three goals and eight assists for 11 points ... picked up five penalties for 10 minutes ... fired 61 shots on goal for a .049 shooting percentage ... was -5 on the year ... started the season like gang busters setting up third-period goals by Aaron Gill and Cory McLean in the 5-2 season-opening win at Ohio State ... scored the lone goal the following night in a 3-1 Irish loss ... from there, Wallace went through a 34-game goal-less drought ... along the way he added five assists, including a career-best three-point, point-scoring streak from Nov. 29 to Dec. 6 ... added just one assist between Dec. 6 and March 14 when he recorded his breakout game in game three of the CCHA playoffs ... with Notre Dame's season on the line, Wallace turned in a career-high three-point game (2g, 1a), including the key assist on Jason Paige's overtime game-winning goal ... with the Irish trailing 2-1 late in the second period, Wallace snapped his 34-game scoring drought with a pair of goals just 4:12 apart ... the tying goal came at 13:56 when left wing Mike Walsh deflected a clearing pass from Chris Trick across the blue line to Wallace who raced in alone on Bronco goaltender Eric Marvin ... his second goal came at 17:08 when he flipped a Cory McLean rebound over Marvin to give the Irish a 3-2 lead ... his game-winning assist came when Cory McLean fed him the puck at center where he raced in on Marvin along with Jason Paige ... at the last second he slid a pass to Paige racing down the right side ... Paige wasted little time as he fired a shot from the bottom of the right wing circle that beat Marvin for the deciding goal ... the three points were his total output for five postseason games.
AS A FRESHMAN: Played in all 40 games during his freshman season ... had six goals and five assists for 11 points ... fired 39 shots on goal for a .154 shooting percentage ... was +7 (second on the team) ... had 10 penalties for 28 minutes ... had two game-winning goals and one game-tying goal among his six lamplighters ... got his Irish career off to a fast start, scoring on his first shot ... took a feed from Tom Galvin inside Minnesota-Duluth blue line and ripped a wrist shot past goaltender Rob Anderson from inside the right faceoff circle for ND's first goal of the season ... followed with an assist on a Rob Globke goal in 5-3 win the following night ... second goal of the season put the Irish ahead 2-1 in 8-5 win at Western Michigan ... recorded just three assists over the next 21 games (versus Boston College and back-to-back versus Wayne State and Dartmouth) ... third goal of the season came on Jan. 25 and was game-tying goal in 3-3 come-from-behind tie with Michigan State ... scored on a deflection versus Bowling Green in 3-2 win that snapped nine-game Irish winless streak ... assisted on goal in Irish win over Lake Superior ... picked up first game winner in 3-2 win at Northern Michigan ... lifted a backhander past Craig Kowalski at 13:19 of the second period to give Irish 3-2 lead ... final goal of the season was probably his biggest, scoring the lone goal in second game of CCHA playoffs at Miami to even series at 1-1 ... followed the rebound of a Brett Lebda shot to beat Miami goaltender David Burleigh low to his glove side at 7:18 of third stanza ... Morgan Cey held the RedHawks off the board and the Irish went on to win game three and advance to the CCHA Super Six ... was among top 43 American hockey players under the age of 20 to be invited to USA Hockey's Junior Evaluation camp, held in Lake Placid, N.Y., in August of 2003.
WITH USA HOCKEY: Played two seasons with the United States Developmental Program from 2000-02 ... member of team that won Under-18 World Championships in April of 2000 ... was fourth on squad with 12 goals and 25 assists for 37 points ... also had two power-play goals, one short-handed and three game winners ... added two goals and five assists for seven points in eight games at the World Championships ... played on Under-17 team in 2000-01 and was ninth in scoring with 11 goals and 13 assists for 24 points in 69 games with two power-play goals and one game winner ... helped Under-17 team to the gold medal at the Under-17 World Challenge in Jan. of 2001.
PREP & PERSONAL: Graduated from Pioneer High School in Ann Arbor, Mich., while playing for the national program ... attended Service High School in Anchorage, Alaska as a freshman and sophomore ... also played basketball and baseball during his freshman year at Service ... member of conference and regional championship hockey team during his sophomore year ... full name is Timothy T. Wallace ... son of Todd and Janet Wallace ... born August 6, 1984 ... double major with majors in sociology and computer applications.
Wallace's Career Statistics
Wallace's Career Bests
vs. Lake Superior (2g-1a; 12/18/05)
vs. Western Michigan (2g-1a; 3/14/04)
vs. Lake Superior (12/18/05)
vs. Princeton (10/28/05)
vs. Western Michigan (3/14/04)
vs. Ohio State (10/10/03)
6 Shots on Goal
vs. Princeton (10/28/05)
5-Game Point Streak
(3g-4a); Nov. 4-Nov. 18, 2005
(vs. Michigan, Bowling Green and Miami)
2-Game Goal Streak
(2g-0a); Mar. 4-5, 2005
(vs. Michigan State)