Wroblewski's Career Statistics
Four-year monogram winner with the Irish ... played in 144 career games with 29 goals and 35 assists for 64 points ... added 10 power-play goals, two short-handed tallies and a game winner during his career ... recorded 27 goals and 27 assists for 54 points in his final two seasons ... served as an alternate captain during his senior year ... winner of the Notre Dame Monogram Club’s Most Valuable Player Award ... Irish nominee for the college hockey Humanitarian Award and the CCHA’s Mike and Marian Ilitch Community Service Award ... finished career playing in 113 consecutive games, just one behind all-time “Iron Man” Evan Nielsen’s total of 114 ... saw his game blossom when moved to left wing as a junior ... saw duty in all situations, including power-play and penalty-killing units ... voted Notre Dame’s most improved player following his junior year ... one of 13 Irish players to have played for the United States National Team Development program ... one of 12 Wisconsin natives to letter with the Notre Dame hockey program.
AS A SENIOR: Played in all 40 games for the Irish in 2002-03 ... had career-highs in goals (17), assists (16), points (33), shots on goal (102), power-play goals (8) and short-handed goals (2) ... led the Irish in CCHA scoring with 15 goals and 13 assists for 28 points ... recorded nine multiple-point games during the season, including three with two goals ... turned in first three-point game (2g, 1a) in team’s second game of the year, a 5-3 win at Minnesota-Duluth ... followed with a three-point night (1g, 2a) in 8-5 win at Western Michigan ... snapped eight-game scoreless drought with five-point (2g, 3a) weekend versus Bowling Green ... picked up two assists in 6-3 win over Falcons and followed with two goals and an assist in 5-2 win the following night ... had season-best four-game scoring streak (4g, 5a) from Jan. 3-11 ... scored one goal in 5-3 win at Nebraska-Omaha and followed with two-assist night in 5-3 loss to Mavericks ... turned in back-to-back three-point nights at Ferris State ... had two goals and an assist in 6-3 loss and then had a goal and two assists in 4-4 tie ... followed with goals versus Michigan State and Ohio State before putting together a three-point weekend at Bowling Green (1g, 2a) ... finished regular season with three goals and two assists in final five games ... held scoreless in four postseason games.
AS A JUNIOR: Saw action in all 38 games for the Irish with the career highs in goals (10), assists (11), points (21), shots (76) and power-play goals (2) ... had a pair of four-game point streaks (scored in eight of nine games between Oct. 27 and Dec. 2) ... scored first goal of the season at Northeastern to start first four-game point streak (2g, 2a) from Oct. 27 to Nov. 9 ... had a goal and an assist in weekend split at Northern Michigan ... closed streak with an assist in 5-2 home victory versus Ferris State ... started second streak with an assist at Western Michigan (4-4 tie) ... scored second-period goal in 4-2 loss the following night versus Broncos ... had a goal and an assist in weekend sweep of Lake Superior State ... notched fifth goal of the season in 4-2 loss at Bowling Green ... opened and closed the scoring for first two-goal game of career in 4-2 win versus Princeton ... held scoreless in four games before getting a goal in 3-2 loss to Nebraska-Omaha ... scored a goal in each of Notre Dame’s road wins at Lake Superior ... wrapped up the regular season with a two-assist game in 4-1 win over Bowling Green ... scored points in each of team’s last three playoff games ... assisted on Nielsen’s power-play goal in 2-1 overtime win in game two versus Nebraska-Omaha ... assisted on Jon Maruk’s game-tying goal in 2-1 win in game three of series with Mavericks ... assisted on lone Irish goal in 3-1 loss to Northern Michigan in CCHA Super Six game at Joe Louis Arena.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Saw action in 36 of Notre Dame’s 39 games ... scored a pair of goals with four assists for six points on the year ... picked up first point of the season on an assist versus Northeastern (Oct.20) ... scored his first collegiate goal in 5-2 win at Miami as he stuffed the rebound of a Brett Lebda shot through David Burleigh’s pads for a 1-0 lead ... set up Jake Wiegand’s third-period goal versus Boston College when he won a face-off in BC’s zone ... helped snap Notre Dame’s nine-game winless streak (0-7-2) at Nebraska-Omaha when he teamed with Lebda on a pretty give-and-go that staked the Irish to a 1-0 lead in 7-3 win in Omaha ... scored just one point over the final 20 games, picking up an assist in 4-4 tie at Alaska Fairbanks.
AS A FRESHMAN: Appeared in 30 of 42 games ... totaled four assists, 20 shots and a -4 plus-minus ratio ... notched first career point in eighth game of the season, a 2-2 tie with Miami ... registered an assist in both games during Thanksgiving weekend versus New Hampshire and Vermont ... fourth assist of year came in 5-3 win over Massachusetts ... missed seven games before returning to lineup for final seven games of the season, including CCHA playoff series with Ferris State and CCHA semifinal versus Michigan State.
WITH USA HOCKEY: His two-year totals with the USA National Development Program included 32 goals, 25 assists and 149 penalty minutes in 135 games ... totaled 19 goals, seven assists and 88 penalty minutes in 56 games in ’98-’99 ... ranked ninth on USA squad in ’98-’99 with 26 points while leading team with 11 power-play goals plus one game winner ... scored twice in ’99 Five Nations Tournament, helping USA win gold medal ... named all-tournament at ’97-’98 under-17 international hockey tournament, in Swift Current, Saskatchewan ... one of three USA players named team MVPs at ’98-’99 under-18 World Junior Championship, in Fussen, Germany ... split time in ’97-’98 with under-17 and under-18 teams ... his ’97-’98 stats included 10 goals, 11 assists and 47 penalty minutes in 44 games.
PREP & PERSONAL: Played for Wisconsin Road Runners prior to joining USA program ... three-year participant in the USA Hockey select festivals ... attended St. Mary Central High School in Neenah, Wis., for two years, lettering in baseball as a third baseman ... also served as a backup quarterback at St. Mary Central ... brother Tommy Wroblewski played golf and hockey at St. Thomas University (Minn.) ... grandfather James Asmuth graduated from Notre Dame in ’42 ... uncle David Asmuth and cousins Sara Asmuth (’00) and Pete Asmuth (’01) also attended Notre Dame ... son of Tom and Mary Ellyn Wroblewski ... full name is John Wroblewski ... born May 26, 1981, in Neenah, Wis. ... graduated with a degree in finance from Notre Dame.
Wroblewski's Career Statistics