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29 Scott Allen

2014-15 SENIOR SEASON: Dressed in 32 of 34 games, missing two with injury … concluded collegiate career with 8-8–16 totals … posted team-high-tying eight goals, while 16 points ranked third on team … led team with six power-play goals, good for tie at No. 3 in WCHA overall stats … furnished three multi-point games, including two power-play goals vs. Ferris State (Jan. 9) … started season with three-game point streak (2-1–3), Oct. 10-17 … posted 4-4–8 totals in six games (Dec. 6-Jan. 16) … tallied team-high 74 shots on goal, while averaging 2.31 shots per game … posted team-high-tying six shots at Michigan Tech, Nov. 8 … blocked 15 shots … tagged for 13 penalties, serving 40 minutes … received team’s Jack Peterson Award … member of WCHA All-Academic Team … named to Kendall Hockey Classic All-Tournament Team after netting two goals in tournament … on all-time UAA list, finished career tied at No. 27 for goals (40) and No. 46 with 75 points … also posted 35 career assists … signed with ECHL’s Colorado Eagles at conclusion of season.

2013-14 JUNIOR SEASON: Concluded third season with UAA, dressing in 33 of 38 games for the Seawolves … led junior class with second-most goals on team with 17 and collected 14 assists for 31 points, good for fourth on team … one of just two Seawolves this season to register a hat trick – first of career – against Bemidji State on Nov. 16, helping UAA to a 4-4 tie … also registered two other multi-goal games, scoring two goals at Minnesota State (Nov. 30) and vs. Bowling Green (Feb. 15) … tallied nine multi-point games … posted a team-high-tying five power-play goals … registered one empty-net goal, one game-winning goal – at Alaska Fairbanks on March 8 – and one game-tying goal … placed 70 shots on net, including a season-high five on Nov. 9 vs. Alabama Huntsville and against BSU … ended season with a plus/minus of four … tagged for four penalties, serving eight minutes in the box … blocked 33 shots … named WCHA Offensive Player of the Week on Nov. 19 … named to the WCHA All-Academic Team. 

2012-13 SOPHOMORE SEASON: Finished second season with the Green & Gold as the team leader in goals with 12, quadrupling the total from his freshman season … tied for third among Seawolves in points with 19 and registered seven assists … furnished first collegiate three-point games Oct. 20 vs. Merrimack (2-1–3) and Nov. 24 at Bemidji State (2-1–3) … registered four multi-point games … picked up shorthanded and game-winning tally Oct. 20 and a power-play strike Nov. 24 … netted the game-tying goal Feb. 1 vs. Colorado College … placed 68 shots on goal for second-best shot percentage on team (.176) … blocked 28 shots … tagged for 11 penalties, serving 33 minutes in the box … named to the Kendall Hockey Classic and Brice Alaska Goal Rush all-tournament teams.

2011-12 FRESHMAN SEASON: Completed rookie campaign with three goals and six assists for nine points … dressed in 28 of the 36 games … furnished first collegiate point and goal on Nov. 25 at Minnesota State … posted first collegiate multi-point game on Feb. 17 against St. Cloud State (0-2–2) and then another at Minnesota in the WCHA First Round Playoffs on March 10 (1-1–2) … registered three two-game point streaks with last one coming Feb. 17-18 against SCSU (1-2–3) … recorded four points in five games from Nov. 25-Dec. 9 … placed 45 shots on net, while blocking six … tagged for six penalties, serving 23 minutes in the box … netted one power-play tally and the game-winning goal against MSU … furnished four points on the man advantage (1-3–4).

BEFORE UAA: Played four seasons with the Spruce Grove Saints of the American Junior Hockey League … earned AJHL’s Playoff MVP honors in 2010-11 while assistant captain with the Saints ... helped team to league titles in 2009-10 and 2010-11 ... produced best totals in 2009-10 with 25 goals, 26 assists and 51 points … in 2010-11, suited up for 49 games with 21-23–44 totals … led team in playoff scoring with seven goals and three assists in nine games ... attended Harry Ainlay Secondary School.

PERSONAL: Born July 6, 1990 in Edmonton, Alberta ... son of Terry and Deanna Allen ... two sisters – Krista and Sheila ... enjoys playing the guitar, fishing and watching baseball ... finance major.

CAREER BESTS
Goals (game)     3 11/16/13 at BSU
Assists (game)   2 4 times (last: 12/6/14 vs. BSU)
Points (game)    3 5 times (last: 2/15/14 vs. BGSU)
Goal Streak      2 gms 4 times (last: 10/10-11-14)
Point Streak     3 gms 4 times (last: 1/8/15-1/16/15)
Multi-Point Gms 17 gms (last: 1/16/15 at UAF)

 

Position: Forward
Height: 6'3"
Weight: 207
Year: Senior
Hometown: Edmonton, Alberta
High School: Spruce Grove Saints/AJHL
Experience: 4 Letters
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