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2014 Seawolf Athletics Annual Report
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#21 Josh Lunden
Position: Forward
Height: 6'2"
Weight: 202
Year: Senior
Hometown: Coquitlam, B.C.
Club: Chilliwack/BCHL
Experience: 3 Letters

2009-10 SENIOR SEASON: Ended college career with 8-917 totals in 25 games during senior season (missed 11 games from Nov. 20 Jan. 22 due to an injury) ... ranked fourth for UAA in points and goals this season ... placed 59 shots on net for a .136 shot percentage fourth-best on team ... started season opener against Mercyhurst with first of five multi-point games recorded this season ... recorded 3-69 totals in first eight games back after the injury ... registered back-to-back multi-point games against Minnesota State (Feb. 20) and Alaska Fairbanks (Feb. 26) ... posted four power-play goals second-most on team against Mercyhurst, Minnesota, MSU and UAF ... one of five Seawolves to record a shorthanded tally at Wisconsin on Nov. 14 ... blocked a season-high three shots on Oct. 30 at UM ... completed career ranked 17th on the UAA all-time goals list with 47, ranked 50th in assists (37) and tied for 32nd in points (84) ... tied for No. 41 on the all-time games played list with 126 ... finished season leading all current UAA skaters with 19 career power-play goals ... named to the WCHA All-Academic Team for the third time of career ... received WCHA Scholar-Athlete honors for the first time ... signed an entry level contract with the NHL’s Phoenix Coyotes on March 20 ... dressed as an assistant captain.

 

2008-09 JUNIOR SEASON: Ranked fourth on team in scoring with 20 points and tied for second in goals (14) ... dressed for UAA in 34 games, placing 97 shots on net (.114), including a team-high-tying seven shots Nov. 8 vs. Minnesota State ... racked up team-high-tying six power-play goals ... led UAA with two game-winning tallies against MSU on Jan. 16 and Minnesota-Duluth on March 6 (both multi-point games) ... started season with five-game point streak (4-48) ... posted six multi-point games, scoring two goals on three occasions ... holds ranks of 48th in points (67) and tied for 25th in goals on UAA career list ... leads current Seawolves with 15 power-play goals, and second in game-winners (3) ... named to the Kendall Hockey Classic All-Tournament team ... received second WCHA All-Academic Team honor.

 

2007-08 SOPHOMORE SEASON: UAA’s top point producer with 13-1427 totals, earning Team MVP honor ... fourth on team in assists ... only Seawolf to record double figures in all three scoring categories ... tied for team lead in power-play goals with three ... second overall in shot attempts with 93 ... second-best shot percentage at .151 ... led UAA in scoring in WCHA contests with 8-715 totals in 28 outings ... tied for 22nd in points and 15th in goals among WCHA skaters ... tied for second on team in multi-point games with six ... opened season with a five-game point-scoring streak (5-49), including multi-point outings in first three games ... recorded three points (1g, 2a) in season-opening 5-2 win over Wayne State ... notched two goals, including game-tying marker, Oct. 13 in 4-4 tie with BU ... named Nye Frontier Classic Most Outstanding Player ... led UAA WCHA postseason scoring 1-23 totals in two games against CC ... scored a point against 11 of 12 total opponents ... tied for third on UAA in plus/minus rating with a +1 ... attempted a season-high six shots on goal Dec. 14 vs. Denver ... notched game-tying goal Dec. 7 at Minnesota Duluth (3-3) ... earned WCHA Offensive Player of the Week accolades (Oct.15) for play in Classi ... made WCHA All-Academic Team.

 

2006-07 FRESHMAN SEASON: Tied for third overall on team and second among freshmen in scoring with 20 points ... tied for team lead in goals with 11 ... scored a team-high six power-play goals ... tallied 16 points in 22 WCHA contests ... posted team-best .164 shot percentage (attempted 67 shots; sixth-most on squad) ...  tied for 12th among WCHA freshmen in points (all games) and tied for sixth in goals (all games) ... had a point in 17 of 31 games ... had a four-game point streak from Nov. 1018, (1-56) ... posted three multiple-point outings, including one two-goal game (Dec. 8, 6-5 OT win at CC) ... tallied two points in back-to-back games at home against North Dakota (Nov. 17-18), helping Seawolves to a sweep ... earned WCHA Rookie of the Week honors for effort against Sioux ... scored game-winning goal in season-opening 6-2 victory over Merrimack.

 

BEFORE UAA: A two-year member of the Chilliwack Chiefs of the British Columbia Junior Hockey League ... Chiefs’ second-leading scorer in 2005-06, tallying 34-4781 scoring totals in 56 games ... ranked fifth overall in the BCHL in points ... team leader in power-play goals with 15 (tied for 5th in league) ... second on Chilliwack in goals and third in assists ... helped lead team to BCHL’s Mainland Division Title ... scored 39 points (19g, 20a) in first season with Chiefs (2004-05).

 

PERSONAL: Born February 24, 1986 in Burnaby, B.C. ... son of Mark and Sue Lunden ... has two sisters ... shoots left ... double major in management and marketing.

 

 

OVERALL           

       GP     G      A      Points Shots  Shot%  Pen-Min       +/-    PPG    SHG    GWG
2006   31     11     9      20     67     .164   14-36         -4     6      0      1
2007   36     14     13     27     93     .151   13-26         +1     3      0      0
2008   34     14     6      20     97     .144   13-26         -10    6      0      2
2009   25     8      9      17     59     .136   11-22         -5     4      1      0
TOTAL  126    47     37     84     316    .149   51-110        -18    19     1      3
WCHA
       GP     G      A      Points Shots  Shot%  Pen-Min       +/-    PPG    SHG    GWG
2006   22     8      8      16     46     .174   9-26          -5     4      0      0
2007   28     8      7      15     70     .114   10-20         -3     1      0      0
2008   26     10     4      14     72     .139   11-22         -8     4      0      2
2009   17     5      7      12     38     .132   8-16          -4     2      1      0
TOTAL  93     31     26     57     226    .137   38-84         -20    11     1      2

 

CAREER BESTS

Goals (game)  2      6 times (last: 11/14/09 vs. UW)
Assists (game)2      5 times (last: 02/05/10 at SCSU) 
Points (game) 3      10/12/07 vs.  WSU, 1-2--3)
Goal Streak   3 gms  2 times (last:10/12/07-10/19/07)
Point Streak  7 gms  (3/10/07-10/26/07)
Multi-Point   20     (last: 02/27/10 at UAF, 1-12)

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