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16 Brett Wilson

At Princeton:

2008-09 - skated in all 35 games for the Tigers ... ranked second on the team in scoring ... had 12 goals, 15 assists and 27 points ... named a second-team All-Ivy ... reached 100 points for his career, becoming the 13th Princetonian to do so ... finished the the season with 107 career points and ranks 10th in his career at Princeton ... won team's 1941 Championship Trophy for inspiration and winning spirit ... scored on the power play in Princeton's season opening win at Brown ... added Princeton's first goal in a 2-1 win over Colgate ... had an assist in a win at Clarkson ... posted two assists in Princeton's 5-3 win over fourth-ranked Northeastern ... had a pair of assists against Mercyhurst ... scored on the power play and added an assist against Minnesota State ... had two helpers against Nebraksa-Omaha ... scored twice and added an assist in a win over Harvard ... had an assist against Robert Morris ... scored in a loss at Yale ... had an assist in a win at Colgate ... notched a goal and an assist in a win over Clarkson ... recorded two goals and added a helper against Brown ... assisted on the game winner in a win over ECAC champion Yale ... had a goal and an assist in the decisive third game of the ECAC quarterfinals series against Union ... scored two goals against Minnesota Duluth in the NCAA first round game.

2007-08 - played in 34 games ... scored 15 goals and added 20 assists for 35 points ... led team in goals and ranked second in assists and points ... had a team-high five game-winning goals and six power-play tallies ... named a second-team All-ECAC and second-team All-Ivy selection ... had three assists in Princeton’s season-opening win at Yale ... followed that with two assists a week later at Cornell ... scored in a loss to Clarkson ... had the game winner at Quinnipiac ... added two goals and an assist in a win over Union ... scored in a home win over Dartmouth ... had two goals and two assists in a win at Brown ... had an assist at Robert Morris ... scored in a win over Brown ... had two points in a home win over Yale ... had four points in a weekend sweep of Cornell and Colgate added a goal at St. Lawrence ... had a goal and three assists in the ECAC Quarterfinal series against Yale including the game winner in the third and decisive game ... scored in the ECAC championship game against Harvard.

2006-07 - skated in 33 games ... scored eight goals and added 15 assists for 23 points ... ranked sixth on the team in scoring ... posted an assist against Bentley ... scored in Princeton’s win at Clarkson ... had assists in three-straight games against Cornell, Colgate and Dartmouth ... set up Max Cousins’ game-tying goal at Dartmouth ... recorded a goal in a win at Alabama-Huntsville ... scored on the power-play against Union ... had a goal and three assists in Princeton’s 4-3 win over Minnesota State ... scored in a 4-2 win at Quinnipiac ... had two assists, including one on the overtime game winner, in a home win over Brown ... added a pair of assists in a home win over Clarkson ... scored a goal and added an assist in a win against St. Lawrence in the final game of the regular season ... had points in all three games of the ECAC first-round playoff series against Brown ... scored in the first game on the power play ... scored the overtime game winner in the second game ... notched two assists in the third game.

2005-06 - appeared in 25 games ... missed the first four games of the season with an injury and the last two with mono ... scored 11 goals and added 10 assists for 21 points ... was named to the ECAC Hockey League’s All-Rookie team, becoming Princeton’s first representative since 1997 ... earned the team’s Hobey Baker Trophy for the team’s top freshman ... tallied points in his first six games in the Orange and Black ... earned his first point, an assist, at Union ... his first goal came the next day at Rensselaer ... continued the streak the following weekend with a goal at Clarkson and an assist at St. Lawrence ... had a goal and an assist in the Quinnipiac series ... scored three times in two games against Alabama-Huntsville and was named the ECACHL Rookie of the Week ... scored both goals in a 2-2 tie with Brown and was named to the ECACHL Honor Roll ... had a goal in the Tigers’ win against St. Lawrence ... had two points in the following day’s win against Clarkson ... was named to the ECACHL Honor Roll following the St. Lawrence/Clarkson sweep ... had three points in Princeton’s home finale against Union ... added three assists in Princeton’s final weekend of the regular season, one in a tie at Brown, and two in a win at Yale.

Before Princeton:

Graduated from Central Memorial High School ... played junior hockey for the Calgary Royals in the Alberta Junior Hockey League ... was the scoring champion of the AJHL in 2004-05 with 40 goals and 58 assists for 98 points in 64 games ... named the league’s Most Valuable Player ... scored 24 goals and added 43 assists in 2003-04 and won the team’s unsung hero award ... notched 52 points in 63 games in 2002-03 and won the team’s Most Dedicated Player award.

full name is Brett William Patrick Wilson ... birthday is May 10, 1985 ... son of John and Laurel Wilson ... both attended the North Alberta Institute of Technology ... father works for the Pyramid Corporation ... mother is a dental assistant ... has a sister Shannon who graduated from the University of Saskatchewan and currently attends the University of Calgary Law School ... enjoys golf and tennis ... majoring in economics.

Career Stats:






Position: Forward
Height: 6'0"
Weight: 185
Year: Senior
Hometown: Calgary, Alb.
Club: Calgary Royals (AJHL)
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