Ben Lovejoy (D)
2007-08: Signed by Wilkes-Barre/Scranton as a free agent on June 14, 2007...Made his Penguins debut on October 3 vs. Hershey...Recorded his first professional point (an assist) on November 10 @ Springfield...Recorded his first career multi-point game with two assists on December 15 @ Albany. Was also plus-4 in the game...Had two assists and was plus-3 December 26 vs. Syracuse...Recorded his first professional goal and was plus-2 March 12 vs. Norfolk...Netted the game-winning goal and was even March 22 vs. Providence...Led the team in plus-minus at plus-16 on the season...Picked up two assists, including his first career postseason point, and was plus-4 in Game Two of the East Division Semifinals vs. Hershey on April 19...Had two assists and was plus-3 in Game Four of the East Division Finals, May 7 in Philadelphia...Recorded his first career playoff goal – the game-winner – in Game Four of the East Division Finals vs. Portland on May 20
2006-07: Recorded career-highs in goals (7), assists (16) and points (23) to pace Dartmouth defensemen in all categories…Six of his seven goals came on the power play…Finished his college career with 60 points (11+49) in 118 games with Dartmouth and Boston College…Recorded 54 points (11+43) in 96 games with Dartmouth…Signed an amateur tryout contract with Norfolk (AHL) on March 22, and went scoreless with six penalty minutes in five regular season games with the Admirals…Made his pro debut on April 24, 2007 at Binghamton
2005-06: Saw action in 32 games with Dartmouth, recording 18 points (2+16) to lead the Big Green defensive unit …Recorded a career-high three assists against Yale on November 19.
2004-05: Played his first year with Dartmouth (ECAC) after transferring from Boston College…Saw action in 32 games, scoring 13 points (2+11)…Earned his first Dartmouth goal in a 9-1 win over RPI on January 7.
2003-04: Did not play due to transfer.
2002-03: Recorded six assists in 22 contests with Boston College (Hockey East)…Named to the Hockey East Scholastic team in 2003…Won the Boston College athletic director’s achievement award in 2003
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Deerfield Academy in 2003…Earned letters in hockey, soccer and lacrosse…Captain of the hockey team…Was named All-League and All-New England in all three sports.