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Adam Tambellini



  • DOB: 11/1/1994
  • Ht: 6-4
  • Wt: 195
  • Years on Team: 2
  • Hometown: Port Moody, B.C.

Career Notes:  2016-17:  Finished fourth on Wolf Pack club in points (35), assists (22) and shots on goal (131)...Earned Second-Star honors in home-ice finale 4/8 vs. Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, scoring only Wolf Pack goal, and tying for game high with five shots, in 2-1 loss...Returned to action 3/31, and had an assist in 3-0 win vs. Hershey (establishing a new personal pro high of 33 points), after missing previous seven games due to injury...Scored all three Wolf Pack goals, for his first professional hat trick, in 3-2 victory @ Springfield 2/10 (First Star)...Notched his first GWG of season, and added an assist, in First-Star performance 1/28 vs. Providence (4-3 win)...Notched a pair of assists, including his 16th helpout of the season (which surpassed his rookie-season total), 1/25 vs. Hershey...Had an assist for a third straight game 1/20 vs. Toronto...Second Star 12/16 vs. Syracuse (goal, shootout goal in 2-1 win), in his 100th career pro game...Had an assist for a third straight game (0-3-3) 12/10 vs. Toronto...Earned Second-Star honors 11/25 vs. Albany, with 1-1-2...Third Star in season-opening 6-3 win vs. St. John's 10/14 (1-1-2, +3)...2015-16:  Topped Wolf Pack rookies in points (32) and goals, and finished third overall on team in goals (17)… Tied for second on team in game-winning goals (4)…Tied for AHL rookie lead, and tied for third overall in AHL, in shootout goals (4), and tied for second in AHL in shootout percentage (66.7)…Scored Wolf Pack’s only goal in 2-1 loss @ St. John’s in last game of season 4/16, giving him points in each of last five games (2-6-8), a personal season high…Notched his first three-point game as a pro, tying a Wolf Pack season high with three assists, in 4-1 win 4/15 @ St. John’s…Scored both Wolf Pack regulation goals, and also connected in shootout, in 3-2 win @ Providence 3/11 (Third Star)…Bagged shootout-ending goal in 4-3 win 3/2 @ Bridgeport…Scored third-period GWG @ Wilkes-Barre/Scranton 1/27 (3-1 victory), earning First-Star honors…Netted third-period PP-GWG 1/16 @ Lehigh Valley, good for First-Star nod in 2-1 triumph…Earned First-Star honors in 5-4 win vs. Bridgeport 1/9, with 1-1-2 and game-high six shots… Scored Wolf Pack’s only goal in regulation, and connected in shootout, in 2-1 victory 12/19 @ Utica…Tallied PP-GWG 12/5, in 3-1 win @ Wilkes-Barre/Scranton 12/5…Netted shootout winner in 4-3 victory 12/4 vs. Hershey…Registered the Wolf Pack’s first multiple-goal game of the season with two scores, and had a game-high eight shots on goal, 10/23 @ Syracuse (First Star in 4-3 win), extending a point-scoring streak to four games (4-1-5)…Became first Wolf Pack player on the year to score in back-to-back games when he lit the lamp in 3-0 win vs. Utica 10/17 (Third Star)…His first pro point was OT-GWG (PPG) in Wolf Pack’s first win of the season 10/14 (First Star in 4-3 victory vs. Providence)…Made pro debut in Wolf Pack’s season opener 10/10 vs. St. John’s…2014-15:  Tied for WHL lead in playoff goals (13) and finished fourth in league in postseason points (26)…WHL Eastern Conference Second-Team All-Star selection…Topped Calgary skaters in points (86), goals (47) and +/- (+43)…Finished fourth in WHL in goals and +/-…2013-14:  Led Calgary (WHL) team in playoff goals (5) and tied for team points lead (9)…Scored fifth-most regular-season goals (17) on Calgary club…Struck for 1-3-4 in Calgary debut 1/8 @ Saskatoon…2012-13:  Won BCHL championship with Surrey, leading league in playoff goals… (10)...Transactions:  Agreed to terms on NHL contract with NY Rangers 3/10/15…Drafted by NY Rangers 3rd rd. (65th ov.) 2013...Misc.:  Father Steve Tambellini played 553 NHL games in nine seasons with Islanders, Colorado/New Jersey, Calgary and Vancouver, and was general manager of Edmonton Oilers for five years…Brother Jeff Tambellini has played 242 career NHL games with Los Angeles, Islanders and Vancouver, and 241 AHL games with Manchester, Bridgeport, Manitoba and Syracuse.

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