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#15 Kyle Gibbons
Position: Forward
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 185
Year: Junior
Hometown: Westlake, Ohio
Club: Lincoln Stars - USHL
 KYLE GIBBONS' CAREER STATISTICS
SEASON GP G A PTS SHOTS +/- PIM PPG SHG GWG
2010-11 37 10 13 23 88 -6 15-30 0 1 4
2011-12 32 11 15 26 88 E 15-46 2 0 0
2012-13 42 21 22 43 138 +8 9-18 9 1 2
2013-14 41 15 23 38 123 -12 15-30 8 1 3
CAREER 152 57 73 130 437 -10 54-124 19 3 9



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CAREER HIGHS
Goals: 2, Nine Times
Assists: 3, at Wisconsin, 1/8/11
Points: 4, vs. Mercyhurst, 3/23/13
Goal Streak: 4, Two Times
Point Streak: 13, 2/22/13 - 10/26/13

GIBBONS IN THE NEWS
Hockey Names Postseason Award Winners
Gibbons Named Senior CLASS Award All-American
Gibbons Signs with Toledo Walleye
Griffs Rally Past Bentley, 5-4, in Double Overtime
Canisius hockey's top line is a lesson in chemistry
Kyle Gibbons Named Senior CLASS Finalist
Gibbons Listed on Hobey Baker Ballot
Griffs Dominate Army, 8-2
Gibbons has 100 reasons to smile about Griffs' win
Griffs Skate Past RIT, 5-2
Gibbons Named Senior CLASS Award Candidate
Ten To Watch: Picking College Hockey's Top Forwards for 2013-14
Capobianco and Gibbons Earn Preseason Media Honors
Griffs Earn Preseason Honors
Gibbons Invited to New Jersey Development Camp
Hockey Announces Postseason Award Winners
Griffs Sweep Monthly Awards
Canisius' Gibbons Enjoys Surreal Life After Early Season Wake-Up Call
Griffs Hockey Earns National and AHA Recognition
Griffs win 2013 Atlantic Hockey Championship!
Kyle Gibbons Earns All-Atlantic Hockey Honors
Last-Second Goal Leads Griffs to Game One Victory
Hockey Forces Deciding Game with 3-2 Overtime Victory
Hockey Defeats No. 20 Robert Morris in Overtime
Hockey Sweeps Monthly Accolades
Gibbons Earns Second-Straight Atlantic Hockey Rookie of the Week Honors
Morrison and Gibbons Earn Weekly Honors
Hockey Welcomes Class of 2014
2014 SENIOR CLASS AWARD FIRST-TEAM ALL-AMERICAN
2013 ATLANTIC HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIP MVP
2013 ALL-ATLANTIC HOCKEY THIRD TEAM
2013 ATLANTIC HOCKEY ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM
ATLANTIC HOCKEY PLAYER OF THE MONTH (MARCH 2013)
TWO-TIME ATLANTIC HOCKEY PLAYER OF THE WEEK
ATLANTIC HOCKEY ROOKIE OF THE MONTH (OCT. 2010)
TWO-TIME ATLANTIC HOCKEY ROOKIE OF THE WEEK

ATLANTIC HOCKEY RECORDS
• 23 career Atlantic Hockey Tournament points
• (tied) 12 single-season Atlantic Hockey Tournament points (2013)
• 8 single-season Atlantic Hockey Tournament points (2013)

SCHOOL RECORDS
• 23 career postseason points
• (tied) 9 career postseason goals
• 12 single-postseason points (2013)
• 8 single-tournament assists (2013)
• 12 seconds, Quickest Canisius Goal to Start a Game (at RIT, 11/10/12)

2013-14 • SENIOR YEAR
Game-by-Game Statistics
• Named to the Senior CLASS Award All-America First Team.
• One of five players to appear in all 41 games during the season.
• Led the team in points, goals and assists for the third-straight season, recording 38 points, 15 goals and 23 assists.
• First player in school history to lead the team in goals in three different seasons.
• Also led the Griffs and ranked 16th nationally with eight power-play tallies.
• Recorded a team-best nine multi-point games with three coming during the postseason.
• Tallied eight points overall during the Atlantic Hockey Tournament with two goals and six assists.
• Posted two points, including the game-winning goal in double overtime, in game two of the Atlantic Hockey Quarterfinals against Bentley (March 15).
• Registered season-best totals of three points and two goals in wins over RIT (Nov. 19) and Army (Dec. 6).
• Became the eighth player in the program’s history with 100 career points against the Tigers and just the third Griff with 50 career goals in the win over the Black Knights.
• Scored or assisted on the game-winning goal in nine of the team’s 17 victories during the season.
• Netted the game-winning tally – a short-handed goal – in an upset victory at No. 17 Denver (Oct. 26).
• Posted a season-best seven-game point streak from Jan. 19 to Feb. 8.
• Named to the Atlantic Hockey All-Academic Team.

2012-13 • JUNIOR YEAR
Game-by-Game Statistics
• Named to the All-Atlantic Hockey Third Team.
• Earned Atlantic Hockey Championship Most Valuable Player honors after leading the Griffs to their first conference title.
• Led the Griffs with 43 points, 21 goals and 22 assists during the season.
• Ranks third in the program’s history with his 43 points and 21 goals.
• Also led Canisius with nine power-play tallies, tied for the second most in the school’s record book.
• Finished the season ranked 12th nationally in points, eighth in goals and sixth in power-play goals.
• Led all players in Atlantic Hockey with his 43 points and tied for first with his 21 goals.
• Also ranked second on the team and first among forwards with a plus/minus rating of +8.
• Recorded all 43 of his points after Nov. 10 after going scoreless in the first nine games of the season.
• Led all players in the country in scoring after Jan. 1, posting 35 points (16g, 19a) in 25 games.
• Also ranked first nationally in Division I with 13 points during postseason play (5g, 8a) and with 18 points during the month of March (6g, 12a).
• Atlantic Hockey Player of the Month in March and two-time Atlantic Hockey Player of the Week (March 4, March 25).
• Set Atlantic Hockey Tournament records with 12 points and eight assists.
• Recorded a career-best four points in the championship victory against Mercyhurst, netting the first two goals of the game and adding two assists (March 23).
• Registered two assists in postseason victories over Bentley (March 8 and March 9) and No. 15 Niagara (March 22).
• Scored the game-winning goal with just 9.1 seconds remaining in a 4-3 victory at two-time defending league champions Air Force in game one of the Atlantic Hockey Quarterfinals (March 15).
• Added a goal in game two against the Falcons, starting a rally for a 4-3 overtime victory (March 16).
• Netted a third-period goal in the NCAA Tournament versus No. 1 Quinnipiac (March 30).
• Totaled five points in a two-game sweep against RIT in the final weekend of the regular season to help the Griffs clinch home ice for the first round of the Atlantic Hockey Tournament (March 1 and 2).
• Posted at least one point in each of the final 10 games of the season (Feb. 23 to March 30) and also had a nine-game run from Jan. 6 to Feb. 3.
• Scored a goal in a career-best four-straight games on two occasions (Nov. 24 to Dec. 1 and Jan. 6 to Jan. 18).
• Tallied a goal 12 seconds into the game in a 6-3 win at RIT, the quickest goal in the program’s history to start a contest (Nov. 10).
• Registered at least one point in 27 of the final 34 games, including 13 multi-point contests.
• Scored or assisted on the game-winning goal in seven contests, including five-straight games from March 1 to March 15.
• Named to the Atlantic Hockey All-Academic Team.

2011-12 • SOPHOMORE YEAR
Game-by-Game Statistics
• Appeared in 32 games, missing the last four contests due to an injury.
• Tied for the team lead with 26 points, 11 goals and 15 assists.
• Recorded a season-high three points on two occasions. Netted a goal and added two assists against Mercyhurst (Dec. 9) and registered two goals and an assist at Robert Morris (Feb. 3).
• Also posted a pair of assists in a 4-3 win over Sacred Heart (Jan. 22).
• Scored an extra-attacker goal and added an assist on another in a 3-3 draw at Air Force (Oct. 29).
• Added multi-point games with a goal and an assist against RIT (Oct. 20) and Holy Cross (Dec. 2).
• Posted at least one point in back-to-back games on nine occasions.
• Named to the Atlantic Hockey All-Academic Team.

2010-11 • FRESHMAN YEAR
Game-by-Game Statistics
• Played in 37 games as a rookie, recording 23 points, 10 goals and 13 assists.
• Tied for the team lead with four game-winning goals, ranking fourth nationally among freshmen.
• Also finished tied for third on the team with his 10 scores.
• Named Atlantic Hockey Rookie of the Month in October and two-time Atlantic Hockey Rookie of the Week.
• Led the Griffs to victory in game two of the Atlantic Hockey Quarterfinals at Holy Cross, scoring two goals. Netted the game-tying tally with just 3.5 seconds remaining in regulation and then scored the game-winner in overtime (March 12).
• Recorded three points on two goals and one assist, including the game-winning score, in just his third and sixth collegiate games against Mercyhurst (Oct. 19) and Army (Oct. 29).
• Netted the game-winning overtime goal to go along with an assist in a 3-2 victory over No. 20 Robert Morris (Nov. 20).
• Registered a career-best three assists at No. 13 Wisconsin (Jan. 8).
• Also recorded multiple points against Sacred Heart (Oct. 22) and AIC (Jan. 23).
• Named to the Atlantic Hockey All-Academic Team.

BEFORE CANISIUS
• Played with the Lincoln Stars of the USHL during the 2009-10 season.
• Totaled 29 points, 14 goals and 15 assists.
• Also played four years of lacrosse at Westlake High School.
• Earned all-county and all-league accolades.

PERSONAL
• Born April 27, 1991.
• Son of Kevin and Jo.
• One sibling, Terry.
• Majoring in finance.
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