David Van der Gulik (LW)
||David Van der Gulik
2013-14 Season: Scored 13 goals and had 9 assists (22 points) in 33 games with Lake Erie...Appeared in two games with Colorado, but did not tally a point.
2012-13 Season: Tallied his second four-point game of the season, picking up a pair of goals and a pair of assists to help the Monsters to a 7-1 win over Milwaukee 2/21/13 at The Q… Named CCM/AHL Player of the week for the week ending 12/23/12; he registered three goals and four assists in three games as the Monsters went 3-0-0-0 for the week… In a 4-3 OT win over Toronto in Cleveland, van der Gulik had three assists in regulation and scored the GWG in OT on 12/19/12.
2011-12 Season: Split season between Colorado (25 games) and Lake Erie (40 games), while serving as an alternate captain for Lake Erie… His 25 games played, five assists, and six points in an Avalanche uniform were new NHL single-season career-highs… Reached 200 career AHL points with an assist in a Lake Erie 4-3 OT loss in Syracuse, 10/21/11… Carried a personal season-best five-game point streak and Monsters season-long five-game assist streak from 11/10-11/25/11; recorded three goals and six assists over the five games, while the Monsters were 4-0-0-1… Recalled to Colorado on 12/14/11, where he played until being reassigned to Lake Erie on 2/24/12… Along with wife, Jenn, celebrated birth of first child on 12/19/11… 2010-11: In 48 games with Lake Erie, tied for 2nd on the club with a rating of +25… Made Avalanche debut on 10/23/10… Appeared in all seven playoff games for Lake Erie, earning two goals and two assists.
2009-10 Season: Finished second on Abbotsford Heat in assists (24), points (40), and plus/minus (+13)… Named Abbotsford’s American Specialty/AHL Man of the Year for his contributions to the Abbotsford community.
2008-09 Season: Made NHL debut with Calgary Flames against the Minnesota Wild on 2/27/09… Collected first NHL assist and point for Calgary on 3/3/09 in Ottawa.
Career Highlights: Skated in all 80 games for the Quad City Flames (AHL)… 2006-07: Skated in all 80 games with the Omaha Ak-Sar-Ben Knights (AHL) during first professional season… Led all AHL rookies with a +27 rating… Tied for second among AHL rookies with four shorthanded goals...As co-captain during senior season at Boston University, earned Mickey Cochrane Award as school’s top male athlete… Named MVP of the Hockey East Tournament after becoming the first player in league history to net two hat tricks in one postseason tournament…Totaled 31 points, leading Boston University… 2003-04: During sophomore campaign at Boston University, led the Terriers in goals (13) and penalty minutes (74)… 2002-03: Named to Hockey East All-Rookie Team… Other: Drafted in the seventh round (#206 overall) in the 2002 entry draft; was Calgary’s 10th selection in 2002.