The most prolific scorer in the program's history, Cory Conacher '11 was listed among the nation's top 30 player of the last 10 years in a list complied by USCHO.com.
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Conacher was the only player from Atlantic Hockey to appear on the list. The 30 players will be whittled down to 10 later in the year.
The 2010 Atlantic Hockey Player of the Year, Conacher set or matched 12 career, single-season and single-game records at Canisius. He owns the program's standards of 147 points, 62 goals and 12 game-winning tallies. He also set the school's records with 53 points and 33 assists during his junior campaign, while breaking the goals mark with 23 in his senior year.
The Burlington, Ontario native is now playing with the Tampa Bay Lightning of the NHL, totaling four points in two games. The 2012 AHL MVP and Rookie of the Year, Conacher ranked second in Division I during the 2009-10 season with 1.51 points per game. He also ranked in the top 15 nationally twice in goals per game.