28 Steven Shamanski
    Steven Shamanski


    Carberry, Manitoba

    Height / Weight:
    6-0 / 195


    Last Team:
    Dauphin Kings (MJHL)


    Men's Hockey Summer Signings

    Mark Fayne signed a four-year deal with Edmonton.


    Shamanski And Behling Named To Hockey East All-Academic Team

    Shamanksi was also named a Hockey East Distinguished Scholar.


    Providence College Hosts 53rd Annual All-Sports Gala

    More than 300 student-athletes reflect on 2013-14 sports campaign.


    Shamanski Joins The Fort Wayne Komets

    Steven Shamanski made his professional debut on Sunday.


    Men's Hockey Heading To NCAA Tournament

    The Friars will play Quinnipiac at 5:30 p.m. on Friday, March 28 (ESPNU)

    2013-14 Honors and Awards
    • Senior Class Award Top-20 Finalist (11/7)
    • Ledyard Classic All-Tournament Team (12/30)
    • 2x HEA Weekly Top Performer (12/31, 1/6)

    2013-14: Played in 131 consecutive games for the Friars ... Notched double-digit point totals (6-10-16) for the second consecutive season ... Notched one shorthanded tally this season ... Finished with a plus-minus rating of plus-13 ... Ranked third on the team with 52 blocked shots ... Recorded the GTG in the team's first outdoor game against Merrimack (1/4) ... Recorded a season-high of two points, with a goal and an assist against Air Force (12/30) ... Matched that season-high with two assists in the Friars' 4-2 win over Maine (3/15) to sweep the HE Quarterfinal series.

    2012-13 Honors and Awards
    • HEA Honorable Mention All-Star (3/21)
    • HEA Weekly Top Performer (1/21, 1/28, 2/25)
    • Chi Alpha Sigma Inductee (4/25)
    • HEA All-Academic Team

    2012-13: Played in all 38 games for the Friars, scoring two goals and adding 12 assists for 14 points ... His 12 assists and 14 points were single-season career-high marks ... Led all Friar defensemen in scoring and ranked tied for fifth in Hockey East with a +12 plus-minus rating in League play ... Scored a shorthanded game-winning goal at Northeastern (2/23) to lift the Friars to a 3-2 win ... That game-winning goal was the first of Shamanski's career ... Tied for second on the team by blocking 42 shots ... Registered the first two multi-point games of his career, including a three assist performance at UNH in a 6-5 PC win (1/19) and two assists at BU (1/26) in a 3-3 tie ... Had a career long three-game point streak (12/7-1/4), notching an assist in each game ... Inducted into Providence College's Chi Alpha Sigma organization (4/23) for maintaining at least a 3.4 grade-point average throughout his junior year while also earning a varsity letter (one of 19 juniors and senior student-athletes to earn the honor in 2013) ... Named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team.

    2011-12: Played in all 38 games and posted three goals and one assist for four points ... Scored his first collegiate goal at Maine (10/28) ... Notched an assist in a win over Vermont (11/4) ... Scored one goal in a win over Alabama-Huntsville (11/12) ... Scored one goal in a 4-4 overtime tie versus UMass (1/5) ... Named to the 2012 Hockey East All-Academic Team.

    Played in 26 games and recorded two assists as a freshman ... Posted his first-career point with an assist at Alabama-Huntsville on 11/12 ... Notched an assist in a 1-1 overtime tie at Vermont (2/4) ... Named to the 2011 Hockey East All-Academic Team.

    Played for the Dauphin Kings of the MJHL and served as team captain in 2009-10 ... Recorded 71 points (19 g, 52 a) in 62 games with the Kings ... Named MVP of the Kings in two consecutive seasons ... Was one of six finalists for the RBC Canadian Junior Hockey Player of the Year award ... Was the MJHL Player of the Year, Top Defenseman and a First Team All-Star ... Led his team to the 2010 MJHL championship.

    Steven A. Shamanski ... Born October 13, 1989 ... Son of Gwen and Larry Shamanski ... Has one brother, Nick, and two sisters, Sam and Mackenzie ... Accounting major.

    Goals:		1 (11 times - last at CC 1/17/14)
    Assists:	3 (at UNH 1/19/13)
    Points:		3 (at UNH 1/19/13)