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As a sophomore, Bjugstad finished eighth in goals per game (0.63), 36th in points per game (1.03) and 24th in power play goals (8). He scored nine of his team-leading 25 goals in November to get the season started on a high note, earning national player-of-the-month honors before finishing with the most goals by a Gopher since 2005-06. Impressively, nine of his goals and 21 of his 42 points came in road contests, scoring at least one point in 13 of 16 games away from home and helping Minnesota to a 28-14-1 overall record. 
GP G A PTS +/- PP GW
2011-12 40 25 17 42 +21 8 3
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Kristo set several career highs as a junior, posting 45 points including finishing in the top 25 nationally with 26 assists and 27th in the country with 1.07 points per game. His assist total led UND as did his 179 shots on goal as North Dakota went 26-13-3. He was one of three UND players to post at least 40 points in 2011-12. He and teammate Corban Knight (24 assists) could be bolstered this season with the return of offensive-minded Rocco Grimaldi, who only played four games a year ago before an injury sidelined him for the season.
GP G A PTS +/- PP GW
2011-12 42 19 26 45 +16 7 3
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After finishing last year ranked fourth nationally in goals per game (0.68 on 25 goals, which tied for fifth in the country), Diamond looks to add to his responsibilities as the primary offensive force for the Black Bears. He added 11 power play goals in 2011-12 to lead the nation and was 11th overall in scoring, adding 1.27 points per game through 37 contests. Among his 13 multi-point games, Diamond tallied two goals in a 5-4 overtime win against New Hampshire in Fenway Park.  
GP G A PTS +/- PP GW
2011-12 37 25 22 47 +10 11 1
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Milner led the nation in winning percentage at .853, picking up victories in 29 of 34 contests -- including his last 19 consecutive starts after being benched in January -- to push Boston College to the national title. He played more than 2,000 minutes in net as a junior, allowing just 1.66 goals per game, ranking third in goals against average. He gave up 20 fewer goals than another other goaltender who played at least 2,000 minutes in 2011-12, as he made 852 saves on the season, racking up the second-best save percentage (.937) in the country. The left-handed goaltender was also named the Most Outstanding Player in the Frozen Four. 
GP MIN GA GA AVG SAVES SAVE PCT W-L-T
2011-12 34 2055:47 57 1.66 852 .937 29-5-0
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Grosenick was the ECAC Goaltender of the Year and became Union's first Hobey Baker finalist as he posted a 22-6-3 record and helpd the Dutchmen to the program's first Frozen Four appearance. He finished third in the country in save percentage, stopping 93.6 percent of all shots against him and had a 1.65 goals against average that was second in the nation. His 22 wins placed him fifth nationally while his winning percentage (.758) was second only to Boston College's Parker Milner. 
GP MIN GA GA AVG SAVES SAVE PCT W-L-T
2011-12 34 1922:22 53 1.65 777 .936 22-6-3
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As a sophomore, Carr put together just the eighth 20-win season in UMass-Lowell history, earning a 22-10-1 record to finish fifth nationally in winning percentage (.682). He stopped 909 shots on the season for a .928 save percentage (10th nationally) while finishing 11th in the country with 2.13 goals against average. His 10 shutouts also ranked 10th as he was the runner-up for the Hockey East player of the year. 
GP MIN GA GA AVG SAVES SAVE PCT W-L-T
2011-12 33 1971:52 70 2.13 909 .928 22-10-1
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Biega was honored as the ECAC's top defenseman and was second in voting for the ECAC Player of the Year in 2011-12 after finishing the year with 10 goals and 25 assists. He also posted a career-best point total with 35 points and added four power play
GP G A PTS +/- PP GW
2011-12 34 10 25 35 +14 4 2