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Mat Bodie



  • DOB: 3/7/1990
  • Ht: 6-0
  • Wt: 175
  • Years on Team: 2
  • Hometown: East St. Paul, Man.

Career Notes:   2015-16:  Led Wolf Pack defensemen in points and assists….Tied for team lead in assists and had fifth-most points…Was one of only two players on the team (Chad Nehring was the other) to suit up for all 76 of team’s games…Third Star vs. Springfield 4/9 (two assists in 6-2 win)…Earned Second-Star honors 4/1 vs. Hershey, with two assists in 5-1 victory…Had primary assist on Nicklas Jensen’s OT-GWG 3/18 vs. Portland (Third Star in 4-3 win)…Scored first career pro SHG, and added an assist, 3/12 vs. Lehigh Valley (4-2 victory)…Took over as ninth captain in Wolf Pack history 3/2, in 4-3 shootout win @ Bridgeport…Tallied for a second time in three games 1/16, in 2-1 victory @ Lehigh Valley…Scored second career pro OT goal, and added an assist, 1/10 vs. Albany (First Star in 4-3 win), stretching a point-scoring streak to six games (2-6-8) and an assist streak to five games (1-5-6), both of which set new team season highs…Had his first multiple-point game of the year, with two assists, 1/9 vs. Bridgeport, extending a point streak to a personal pro-best five games (1-5-6)…Netted his first goal of the season (PPG) 11/20, in 3-2 victory @ Utica 11/21…2014-15:  Led Wolf Pack defensemen in playoff points and goals…Had two assists 5/26, in 5-3 loss vs. Manchester in Game Three of Conference Finals…Registered his first career pro multiple-point postseason game 5/8 @ Hershey, with 1-1-2 in Game Two…Notched his first career pro playoff point with a goal 4/28, in 2-1 win in Game Four of first round @ Providence…Tied for Wolf Pack team regular-season +/- lead, with a +11…Topped Wolf Pack blueliners, and finished third overall on team, in regular-season assists, and scored second-most points among team defensemen…Matched a Wolf Pack season high with three assists, including primary helper on Danny Kristo’s OT-GWG, 3/28 @ Springfield (Third Star in 3-2 win)…Stretched an assist streak to four straight games (0-4-4), equaling a team season high, with primary assist on Oscar Lindberg’s OT-GWG 2/20 @ Springfield …Had a game-high, and personal season-best, five shots on goal 2/10 @ St. John’s…Scored his third career pro goal, and third GWG, in 3-1 win vs. Portland 12/27 (Second Star)…Assisted on Ryan Malone’s OT-GWG 12/20 vs. Lehigh Valley (2-1 victory)…Netted first career pro OT goal (his second GWG in two career goals-scored) in 2-1 win vs. Bridgeport 11/22 (First Star)…Contributed two assists to 4-3 victory 11/2 vs. Worcester, giving him a three-game assist streak (0-4-4)…His first pro goal was GWG with 17.9 seconds remaining (scored against ex-Union college teammate Troy Grosenick) in 5-4 victory @ Worcester 10/21…Had two assists in pro debut 10/12 @ Syracuse, helping Wolf Pack to 4-3 overtime win…2013-14:  Won NCAA championship with Union College (ECAC), leading all NCAA defensemen in regular-season points…Led Union skaters in regular-season assists and PIM, and finished third on team in points…Served as Union’s captain for a second straight year…Honored as a First-Team AHCA East All-American, First-Team Hockey East All Star, Frozen Four, NCAA East Regional and ECAC Hockey All-Tournament selection…2012-13:  Captain of Union College (ECAC) squad…Tied for second among Union defensemen, and tied for fourth overall on team, in assists and finished fourth among blueliners in points…2011-12:  Named a Second-Team AHCA East All-American, only the second defenseman in school history to achieve All-American honors…Led Union College (ECAC) blueliners in points, goals and assists, and finished third overall on team in assists…Second-highest point-scorer among ECAC defensemen…2010-11:  Earned ECAC All-Rookie honors…Set Union College school record for most points by a freshman defenseman…Led Union College (ECAC) defensemen in points, goals and assists and finished second overall on team in assists and tied for fifth in points…Notched second-most points and assists among ECAC blueliners…Misc.:  Finished college career with most assists in Union’s Division I history.

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