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11 Curtis Leinweber
2011-12 SENIOR SEASON: During senior campaign, dressed primarily as a forward, logging a team-high-tying and career-high 17 points … furnished second-most goals on team with 10, plus seven helpers … produced a career-high three power-play tallies … posted 11 points in 10 games from Nov. 23-Jan. 21 … furnished three multi-point games, including first career three-point game on Dec. 9, helping the Seawolves upend Colorado College, 6-3 … produced back-to-back multi-point games on Nov. 25-26 against Minnesota State … registered career-high four-game point streak from Dec. 9-Jan. 14 … posted a team-high three-game goal streak from Nov. 25-Dec. 2 … blocked 19 shots … ranked second on team with 69 shots on net … tagged for six penalties, serving 12 minutes in the box … posted six points on the man advantage (3-3–6) … named to the WCHA All-Academic Team … concluded collegiate career with 19 goals and 32 assists for 51 points … dressed in 122 career games – tying No. 53 on the all-time games played list for UAA … posted four power-play tallies, one shorthanded goal and two game-winning goals … tagged for 29 penalties, serving 58 minutes, and found the net 181 times.

2010-11 JUNIOR SEASON:
Tied for points-scoring lead among UAA defensemen with 4-6–10 totals … dressed in 35 games … picked up goal against North Dakota in season opener on Oct. 8 at the Kendall Hockey Classic … posted first collegiate multi-goal game on Feb. 4 against Michigan Tech … added an assist on Feb. 5 against the Huskies for a three-point weekend, earning him WCHA Defensive Player of the Week on Feb. 8 – second of career … whistled for 12 penalties, serving 24 minutes in the box … blocked 41 shots – third-most for UAA – while placing 38 shots on net … blocked a season-high four shots on March 11 at Minnesota, helping Seawolves sweep Golden Gophers in the WCHA First Round and earn a berth to the WCHA Final Five … tallied a season-high-tying three shots on net on three occasions … finished season with a team-high +10 plus/minus ranking … added one shorthanded goal (Feb. 4).

2009-10 SOPHOMORE SEASON:
Completed season with 12 points in 32 games – leading class ... tallied four goals and eight assists ... scored goals against Robert Morris (Oct. 17), Denver (Nov. 7 & Jan. 8) and Wisconsin in the WCHA First Round ... recorded one power-play goal, one game-winning goal and one game-tying goal ... registered third multi-point game of career on Oct. 17 against Robert Morris (1-1–2) ... posted a three-game point streak from Feb. 20-27 ... blocked 22 shots – fifth most on team ... found the net on 42 occasions for a .095 shot percentage – seventh-best on team.

2008-09 FRESHMAN SEASON: Led Seawolf freshmen in points (12) and ranked 8th overall on team, despite sitting out last six games due to injury ... contributed two goals and 10 helpers – tied for 5th overall in assists ... found ice time in 22 games and sat in penalty box for UAA’s second-fewest minutes (12) ... was able to place 32 shots on net (.062 sh%) ... scored first collegiate goal in 3-2 upset at North Dakota on Nov. 14 ... notched game-winning goal with 17.5 seconds left in overtime to defeat No. 7 Denver (3-2) at Magness Arena for UAA’s first overtime win since 2007, and ending a nine-game losing streak to DU ... posted back-to-back multi-point games against Minnesota State on Nov. 7-8 ... received WCHA Rookie of the Week for performance against DU ... ranked 20th overall in WCHA freshman scoring ... voted Seawolf Rookie of the Year.

BEFORE UAA:
Played three seasons with the Okotoks Oilers of the AJHL ... tallied 23-40–63 scoring totals in 69 games in 2007-08 ... third on team in points and fourth in both goals and assists ... tied for team lead in power-play goals with 10 ... notched five game-winning scores ... played majority of season as a defenseman, although did see action as a forward ... registered 16 multi-point games ... season-long point-scoring streak was seven games ... recorded 38 points in 73 games in 2006-07 and two points in 11 games in 2005-06.

PERSONAL:
Born February 25, 1988 to Phil and Deb Leinweber ... shoots left ... marketing and management major.

OFFENSE     GP    G     A     Pts   Shots Shot% Pen   Min   +/-   PPG   SHG   GWG
2008        22    2     10    12    32    .062  6     12    -3    0     0     1
2009        32    4     8     12    42    .095  5     10    -10   1     0     1
2010        35    4     6     10    38    .105  12    24    +10   0     1     0
2011        33    9     8     17    69    .130  6     12    -7    3     0     0
TOTAL       122   19    32    51    181   .105  29    58    -10   4     1     2

WCHA        GP    G     A     Pts   Shots Shot% Pen   Min   +/-   PPG   SHG   GWG
2008        21    2     10    12    30    .067  6     12    -3    0     0     1
2009        24    2     4     6     28    .071  4     8     -11   0     0     1
2010        26    2     5     7     26    .077  9     18    +10   0     1     0
2011        26    8     7     15    57    .140  4     8     -6    3     0     0
TOTAL       97    14    26    40    141   .099  23    46    -10   3     1     2

CAREER BESTS
Goals (game)       2        2/4/11 vs. MTU
Assists (game)     2        2 times (last: 11/08/08 vs. MSU)
Points (game)      3        12/9/11 vs. CC
Goal Streak        3 gms    11/25/11-12/2/11
Point Streak       4 gms    12/9/11-1/14/12
Multi-Point Gms    7 gms    (last: 12/9/11 vs. CC)


 

 

Position: Forward/Defenseman
Height: 5'8"
Weight: 175
Year: Senior
Hometown: Calgary, Alberta
Club: Okotoks Oilers/AJHL
Experience: 4 Letters
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