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9 Kevin Clark

2009-10 SENIOR SEASON: Ended college career with the most goals for a Seawolf in a single season – tied for No. 6 overall – since Derek Donald recorded 23 in 1991-92, and the most for a Seawolf since UAA joined the WCHA in 1993 ...  eclipsed the 30-point mark for the second straight season with 37 points ... led the Seawolves in seven categories — points (37), goals (23), shots (113), shot percentage (.204), power-play goals (7), penalties (39), and penalty minutes (89), while tying for first in short-handed goals (2) and game-winning goals (2) ... 108 career points rank him No. 18 on the all-time scoring list ... became just the 22nd Seawolf skater to join the 100-point club ... ranked 4th on the all-time penalties list with 124 and 2nd for penalty minutes (325) ... tied for second in WCHA games only with 18 goals and tied for 8th in the nation in goals-per-game (.64) ... posted 11 multi-point games throughout the season for 27 multi-point career games ... tallied 15-9—24 totals after the Christmas break in 18 games played ... netted two WCHA weekly honors during the season – first (Jan. 20) came on the heels of a six-point weekend at Michigan Tech on Jan. 15-16, including first career hat trick ... received fourth career weekly honor for a four-goal weekend against Minnesota Duluth on March 5-6 ... named to the WCHA All-Academic team for the second time ... led the Seawolf pack with 141 career games – tied for No. 8 with Mike Scott (1992-02) ... named UAA’s Most Valuable Player and brought home the Leon Thompson Fan Favorite award for the third consecutive season ... joined the AHL’s Manitoba Moose following the conclusion of the hockey season.

 

2008-09 JUNIOR SEASON: Helped UAA to its best conference finish since 2003-04 season with 13 goals and 18 assists ... second overall on team in assists and points (31) and fourth in goals ... registered team-high 113 shots in 34 games ... posted four power-play tallies and was sent to box 35 times for 81 minutes (both team highs) ... posted 7-6–13 scoring totals in last 10 games of season, including 4-2–6 in road sweep over Minnesota-Duluth on March 6-7 ... ended season with four-game goal streak ... tallied four multi-point games in first five games of season ... scored two goals on three different occasions (all against UMD) and registered UAA’s most power-play points (4-11-15) ... posted the most Seawolf points in a game with 4 in 5-4 win at UMD ... on all-time career list, enters 2009-10 tied for 39th in goals (28), and tied for 41st in assists (43) and points (71) ... most frequent UAA penalty box occupant this decade, ranking 15th in penalties (85) and 11th  in minutes (236), respectively, all-time ... voted Leon Thompson Fan Favorite for second straight year ... received two WCHA Offensive Player of the Week honors (Oct. 21 & March 10) ... earned MVP honors at Brice Alaska Goal Rush tournament ... notched second WCHA All-Academic Team honor of career.

 

2007-08 SOPHOMORE SEASON: Eclipsed the 20-point mark, scoring a career-best 23 ... tied for second in points and goals (7) ... tied for team lead in assists with 16 ... played in a career-high 36 games ... led UAA in shot attempts with 101 ... tied for team lead in game-winning goals (2) ... second in power-play points with 1-7–8 totals ... tied for 30th in the WCHA in points (all games) and tied for 25th in assists ... second on team in multi-point games with six ... tallied three straight multi-point games to begin the season (2-5–7), including a career-best 3-point effort (2g, 1a) in season-opening 5-2 win over Wayne State ... tallied two assists in four different games ... attempted season-high six shots on goal twice (Oct. 20 at UAF, Feb. 2 vs. Michigan Tech) ... notched one power-play marker ... season-long point-scoring streak was four games (Oct. 12-20) ... named to Nye Frontier Classic All-Tournament team.

 

2006-07 FRESHMAN SEASON: Tallied 8-9–17 scoring totals in 35 games ... seventh on UAA in points, fifth in goals, tied for sixth in assists ... registered two game-winning goals– Jan. 19 vs. Michigan Tech (3-2) and Feb. 17 vs. Minnesota State (6-1) ... netted two power-play goals ... tied for seventh all-time at UAA for penalty minutes in a single season ... recorded three multiple-point games ... scored a goal and an assist in second career game, Oct. 14 in 2-2 tie against Nebraska-Omaha ... also posted  1-1–2 totals against North Dakota (Nov. 17) and Minnesota State (Feb. 17) ... led UAA in scoring during the WCHA playoffs, producing 1-2–3 numbers in three games against Minnesota ... tallied 2-4–6 totals in season’s final six games ... tied for 17th among WCHA freshmen in points ... registered a pair of season-long three-game point-scoring streaks.

 

PERSONAL: Born December 29, 1987 ... son of Ron and Sharon Clark ... has one sister (Sherri) ... shoots left ... marketing major.

 
OVERALL
       GP     G      A      Points Shots  Shot%  Pen-Min       +/-    PPG    SHG    GWG
2006   35     8      9      17     59     .136   29-102        -4     2      0      2
2007   36     7      16     23     101    .069   21-53         -11    1      0      2
2008   34     13     18     31     113    .115   35-81         -3     4      0      1
2009   36     23     14     37     113    .204   39-89         -11    7      2      2
TOTAL  141    51     57     108    386    .132   124-325       -29    14     2      7
WCHA
       GP     G      A      Points Shots  Shot%  Pen-Min       +/-    PPG    SHG    GWG
2006   26     5      6      11     37     .135   21-75         -5     2      0      2
2007   28     4      8      12     69     .058   18-47         -12    0      0      1
2008   26     9      12     21     92     .098   26-63         -4     3      0      1
2009   28     18     11     29     85     .212   30-71         -9     6      1      2
TOTAL  108    36     37     73     283    .127   95-256        -30    11     1      6

 

CAREER BESTS
Goals (game)    3     01/16/10 at MTU
Assists (game)  2     8 times (last: 03/06/09 vs. UMD)
Points (game)   4     2 times (last: 01/16/10 at MTU)
Goal Streak     4 gms 10/9/09-10/17/09
Point Streak    7 gms (3/9/07-10/20/07)
Multi-Point     27    (last: 03/06/10 vs. UMD, 2-0—2)

 

Position: Forward
Height: 5'9"
Weight: 171
Year: Senior
Hometown: Winnipeg, Manitoba
Club: Winnipeg South/MJHL
Experience: 3 Letters