Jon DiSalvatore
Jon  DiSalvatore


So. Windsor, Conn.

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 185

Right Wing


Last Team:
New England Coyotes (EJHL)


Nick Ellis Named Team MVP at Men’s Hockey’s Awards Banquet

Seven other team awards were announced at the season-ending banquet on Friday night.


Jankowski, Walman Earn All-American Accolades

The duo also earned First Team Hockey East and All-New England accolades last month.


Jankowski, Walman Named First Team Hockey East All-Stars

Head Coach Nate Leaman also earned the Bauer Hockey East Coach of the Year Award.


Athletics Department Hosts 54th Annual All-Sports Gala

More than 300 student-athletes, coaches and staff members reflect on one of the most successful athletic campaigns in Friar history.


Gillies Named A First Team Hockey East All-Star

Gillies is the fifth goaltender in the history of Hockey East to earn multiple First Team honors.

Played in all 38 games as a junior
Led Friars in scoring with career-highs of 16 goals, 26 assists and 42 points
Registered 10 multiple-point games, including two contests where he totalled a career-high four points
Scored a career-high four goals in a 5-3 win at Northeastern (11/10)
Named HOCKEY EAST/KOHO Offensive Player of the Week on 11/12
Recorded points in 12-straight games from 1/4 to 2/10, totaling four goals and 16 assists for 20 points
Named HOCKEY EAST/KOHO Player of the Month for January
Named Lou Lamoriello Award Winner as team MVP
Recipient of HOCKEY EAST Len Ceglarski Sportmanship Award

2000-01 Played in 36 games as a sophomore Registered seven multiple-point games Sixth on the team in scoring with 25 points Notched the game-winning goal in an 8-5 win versus UMass-Amherst on 1/7 Recorded two goals and one assist in an 8-0 win versus Union (10/29) Played for the U.S. World Junior Team where he tied for the team lead in scoring with six goals and three assists for nine points

1999-00 Played in all 38 games as a freshman Named HOCKEY EAST Rookie of the Month for December Earned HOCKEY EAST Rookie of the Week honors (1/3) Named to All-Tournament Team at the Ice Breaker Tournament Named Most Valuable Player at RPI Tournament Recipient of the team's Plus/Minus Award Earned PC's most valuable freshman honor Registered eight multiple-point games Fourth on the team in scoring with 27 points Finished second on the squad with 15 goals Netted first career goal in 3-2 loss to Denver (10/24) Recorded three multiple-goal games Posted two goals, including the game winner, in 5-4 win at RPI (12/30) Drafted by the San Jose Sharks - 2000 Entry Draft, 4th round, 104th

BEFORE PROVIDENCE Played for the New England Coyotes of the EJHL (1996-1999) Captained the Coyotes (1998-99) Voted Most Valuable Player of the EJHL (1998-99) Earned First Team All-EJHL (1998-99) Named EJHL "Top Forward" (1998-99) Led the EJHL with 120 points (45 goals, 75 assists) in 1998-99 Named team Most Valuable Player (1998-99) Two-time EJHL All-Star (1997-99) Graduated from So. Windsor High School (1999) Participated in the USA Hockey Select 16 & 17 Festivals (1997-98)

PERSONAL NAME: Jonathan D. DiSalvatore BIRTHDATE: March 30, 1981 FAMILY: Son of Colombo and Karen DiSalvatore; has two brothers, Colombo and Nick, and one sister, Amy. MAJOR: Management HOBBIES: Martial arts

YEAR GP G A PTS PEN-MIN PPG SHG GWG 1999-00 38 15 12 27 6-12 3 2 3 HE 24 7 8 15 3-6 2 0 1 2000-01 36 9 16 25 9-29 3 0 1 HE 22 4 12 16 6-23 1 0 1 2001-02 38 16 26 42 3-6 6 2 2 HE 24 11 17 28 0-0 3 1 2 TOTALS 112 40 54 94 18-47 12 4 6 HE 70 22 37 59 9-29 6 1 4

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