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17 Kevin Kaiser

At Princeton:

2009-10 - Skated in the season's first 14 games before a suffering a season-ending injury against Maine … served as a tri-captain … recipient of team's Tucker Ironman Award, given to the member of the Princeton Varsity Hockey Team who best exemplifies the Ironman spirit through his off-season preparation, commitment to conditioning and overall physical endurance … scored one goal and added two assists for three points … assisted on the overtime game winner in Princeton's season-opening win against Brown … scored on the power play in a loss to Yale … notched an assist on Princeton's first goal in a win at ninth-ranked UMass Lowell … injured in Princeton's 6-6 tie with Maine.

2008-09 - played in all 35 games ... scored two goals and added nine assists for 11 points ... shared the team's Preseason Top Athlete Award with Lee Jubinville ... had the primary assist on Matt Arhontas' game winner at Rensselaer ...  assisted on Brandan Kushniruk's game winners on back-to-back nights at St. Lawrence and Clarkson ... scored the game-winning goal in a 2-1 win over Quinnipiac at home ... had two assists against Mercyhurst ... notched assists in wins over Brown and Clarkson ... assisted on the game winner in Princeton's last-minute win at Cornell ... scored in Princeton's win over ECAC champion Yale.

2007-08 - skated in 32 games, scoring five goals and posting 10 assists for 15 points ... added a game winner and a power-play tally ... had an assist in Princeton’s season-opening win at Yale ... scored in a loss to Clarkson ... had two assists in a win at Quinnipiac ... scored the game-winning goal on a breakaway in the closing minutes of a 2-1 win over Harvard ... added a goal in a win at Brown ... notched assists in wins at Rensselaer and Yale ... had back-to-back two point games with a goal and an assist in Princeton’s Ivy clinching win at Dartmouth and home win over Colgate ... posted two assists against Yale in the three-game ECAC Quarterfinal series.

2006-07 - appeared in 21 games, scoring two goals and adding two assists for four points ... made his collegiate debut on Oct. 28 against Bentley ... scored his first career goal and was a +2 in his third career game, a win over Nebraska-Omaha ... assisted on Princeton’s first goal in a home win against Brown ... sealed a shutout of Dartmouth with a late empty-net goal ... assisted on Jody Pederson’s first career goal in the first game of the ECACHL quarterfinals at Dartmouth.

Before Princeton:

attended and played prep hockey at St. Paul’s School ... had 30 points on 15 goals and 15 assists as a senior captain ... was named all-league ... won the St. Paul’s School’s Top Athlete Award for his performances in hockey, soccer and baseball ... had 39 points in 26 games as a junior ... was named all-league as St. Paul’s won its first league title in more than 20 years ... won the team’s Coaches Award as a sophomore.

full name is Kevin Francis Kaiser ... birthday is Jan. 5, 1987 ... son of Ken and Colleen Kaiser ... both attended UMass-Lowell ... father won two DII National Championships playing hockey at UMass-Lowell, played a season of pro hockey in Sweden and was invited to the 1984 U.S. Olympic Team tryouts ... father owns a real estate business ... has two younger sisters – Kristin and Kelsey, and a younger brother Cam ... Kristin is a sophomore soccer player at Penn ... enjoys golf, fishing and snowmobiling ... majoring in economics.

Career Stats:

2006-07 21 2 2 4 -1 6-12
0 0 0
2007-08 32 5 10 15 E 7-14 1 0 1
2008-09 35 2 9 11 -3 9-18 0 0 1
2009-10 14 1 2 3 -9 3-6 1 0 0
102 10 23 33 -13 25-50 2
0 2

Career Highs:

Goals: 1, Oct. 31, 2009 vs. Yale
Assists: 2 (2x), Most Recent-Nov. 29, 2008 vs. Mercyhurst
Points: 2 (4x), Most Recent-Nov. 29, 2008 vs. Mercyhurst

Multiple-Goal Games: 0
Multiple-Assist Games: 2 (2-2x)
Multiple-Point Games: 4 (2-4x)

Game-Winning Goals: 2 (Jan. 5, 2008 vs. Harvard, Nov. 26, 2008 vs. Quinnipiac)

Career Firsts

Goal: vs. Nebraska-Omaha (12/29/06)
Assist: vs. Brown (1/13/07)
Point: Goal vs. Nebraska-Omaha (12/29/06)

Position: Forward
Height: 5'9"
Weight: 185
Year: Senior
Hometown: Pelham, N.H.
High School: St. Paul's School
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