Tim Schaller '13 became the 25th Friar to score an NHL goal.
The Friars and Huskies will play on Wednesday night in Boston and Saturday afternoon in Providence.
Colin McDonald '07 enters his third season with the Islanders.
The Friars will play Quinnipiac at 5:30 p.m. on Friday, March 28 (ESPNU)
Mauermann was also named the League's Co-Defensive Forward of the Year.
2012-13 Honors and Awards
Hockey East Defensive Forward of the Year (3/20)
New England Writers Association Frank Jones Award - Defensive Forward of the Year (4/2)
HEA Player of the Week (12/24)
HEA Weekly Top Performer (10/29, 11/19, 12/3, 2/25, 3/18)
2012-13: Served as an assistant captain with the Friars and played in all 38 games ... Scored eight goals and added 15 assists for 23 points ... His 15 assists led the team, while his 23 points tied for the second most ... His 23 points was a single season career-high mark ... He scored two power-play goals and added an overtime game-winning tally at Merrimack (11/30) ... Recorded a career-high five-point game (1-4-5) in a 6-2 win against Northeastern (2.22) ... Had five multi-point games on the season ... Led Friar centers with a .563 winning percentage on faceoffs ... Signed a two-year entry level contract with the Buffalo Sabres (NHL) after the season.
2011-12: Took part in the 2012 Calgary Flames Development Camp ... Played in 26 games as an assistant captain and battled through injuries ... Was one of 21 finalists for the Walter Brown Award, presented annually to the best American-born college hockey player in New England ... Named Hockey East Player of the Week twice (11/7, 2/13) ... Earned INCH National Player of the Week honors (11/8) ... Named Hockey East Player of the Month for November ... Led the team with a career-high 14 goals and finished fourth with 21 points ... Also led the team with six power-play goals ... Recorded two short-handed goals and two game-winning goals ... Scored a short-handed goal in a win over UMass (10/15) ... Notched his first career hat trick with two power-play goals and a short-handed score in a win over Vermont (11/4) ... Scored a power-play goal in a win over Vermont (11/5) ... Scored one power-play goal in a win over Alabama-Huntsville (11/11) ... Recorded two goals and one assist versus Alabama-Huntsville (11/12) ... Had one goal and two assists in a win at No. 1 Merrimack (12/3) ... Scored one goal in a 4-4 overtime tie against UMass (1/5) ... Scored once at UNH (2/3) ... Notched the game winner and had an assist in a win over No. 12 Maine (2/10) ... Posted one goal and one assist in a win at UMass (2/11).
2010-11: Played in all 34 games and totaled a then career-high 19 points (five goals, 14 assists) ... The 19 points was the fourth highest mark on the team, while the 14 assists was the second ... Scored one goal at No. 7 Minnesota-Duluth on 10/16 and the game winner versus Merrimack on 11/5 ... Posted a career-high two assists in a 3-3 tie versus Vermont (11/6) ... Scored his first-career, short-handed goal at Alabama-Huntsville (11/13) ... Posted two assists in a 4-4 overtime tie at Brown (12/7) ... Scored one goal to force overtime at No. 14 Maine (1/14) ... Had one assist in a 1-1 overtime tie at Vermont (2/4) ... Recorded one assist in consecutive games versus UMass Lowell (2/25 - 2/26) ... Recorded one goal at No. 7 Merrimack (3/4) ... Participated in the NHL prospect camp for the Chicago Blackhawks in the summer of 2011.
2009-10: Played in 33 of 34 games as a freshman ... Finished with five points on two goals and three assists ... Scored first-career goal at Northeastern (11/20) ... Assisted on the game-tying goal against UMass-Lowell (2/27) ... Recorded one point in back-to-back games versus Northeastern (11/20, 11/21) ... Shared the Rev. Herman Schneider Most Valuable Freshman Award.
BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Played for the New England Huskies of the EJHL ... Captained the team during the 2008-09 season ... Played in 47 games and recorded 40 points (16 goals, 24 assists) in 2008-09 ... Also played hockey, golf and baseball at Merrimack High School ... Earned Merrimack High School Rookie of the Year (2005-06) and voted most athletic during his senior season.
PERSONAL: Timothy R. Schaller ... Born November 16, 1990 ... Son of Susan and Robert Schaller ... Has one older brother, David ... Tim was a bone marrow donor for his brother in 2007 ... Social science major.
CAREER STATS Year gp g a pts pen-pim ppg shg gwg 2012-13 38 8 15 23 21-61 2 0 1
2011-12 26 14 7 21 12-24 6 2 2 2010-11 34 5 14 19 18-36 0 1 2 2009-10 33 2 3 5 20-40 1 0 0 Total 131 29 39 69 71-161 9 3 5
CAREER HIGHS Goals: 3 (vs. Vermont 11/4/11) Assists: 4 (vs. NU 2/22/13) Points: 5 (vs. NU 2/22/13)
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