Marty Sertich (C)
Lake Erie Monsters
2001 - Named Minnesotaâ€™s Mr. Hockey after posting 63 points in 28 games.
2002-03 - MacHaughton Trophy as WCHA Regular Season Champions.
2004-05 - Finished first in nation in points (64) and was ranked second nationally in goals (27) and assists (37). Team appeared in NCAA Frozen Four for first time since 1997. Received Thayer Tutt Award as team MVP and the M.B. Hopper Award as team leading scorer. Centered All-Americans Noah Clarke and Peter Sejna. Recipient of the 2005 Hobey Baker Memorial Award as the Top U.S. Collegiate Player. Named WCHA Player of the Year, USA Hockeyâ€™s College Player of the Year and First-Team All-American. Received Thayer Tutt Award as team MVP and the M.B. Hopper Award as team leading scorer.
2005-06 - Served as Team Captain of Colorado College. Named WCHA Offensive Player of the Week for the period ending 10/24. Named to All-Tournament Team at the Great Lakes Invitational. Registered fifteen multiple-point games and had at least one point in 30 of the 42. One of 10 Finalists for the 2006 Hobey Baker Memorial Award. In four years at Colorado College, he never missed a game, skating in 166 consecutive games and collected at least one point in 108 of those 166 and had 53 mulitple point games. Was part of 35 GWG (11/24/35) in four seasons. Finished career ranked 7th on CCâ€™s all-time assists list (121), 12th in points (182).
2006-07 - ACQUIRED Signed as a Free Agent to a two-year contract by Dallas Stars on 7/10/06â€¦. Made Professional debut vs. San Antonio Rampage and recorded his first Pro point, an assist, on 10/7. Notched first professional goal vs. Houston Aeros (Josh Harding) on 10/8. Named Iowa Stars American Specialty/AHL Man of the Year Award winner for community service.