Jim McKenzie (RW)
||St. Paul, MN
2007-08: Buried first AHL marker in B-SENS 4-3 win over Providence 3/7/08…collected first AHL helper in B-Sens 6-3 win over BPT…
2006-07: Finished fifth on the team in scoring with 30 points - a career high - and tied for third in assists (18) ... Second on the team in both power play goals (5), and man-advantage points (13) ... Had a career-best four-game goal scoring streak (4-2-6) during the CCHA Tournament ... Contributed a pair of assists in a 7-5 win over Sacred Heart (10/28) ... Pitched in a goal and an assist in a 7-4 win over Michigan (11/3) ... Returned from missing two games due to injury at Ferris State (11/10) and pitched in two assists ... Had six points (three goals, three assists) in a four-game point streak which began at Western Michigan (10/15) and went through a home victory over Michigan (11/10) ... Snapped a five-game pointless streak with an assist on (12/8), a 3-2 victory ... Tied a career high for assists in a game by helping on both of MSU's power-play goals in a 3-2 overtime win against Lake Superior State (1/19) ... Had the team's first three-assist performance of the season at Nebraska-Omaha (2/2), setting a personal career high for helpers in a game and tying a career best for points ... Had a career-best seven-game point streak (3-8-11) from game one of the Miami series (1/5) to game two of the Nebraska-Omaha series (2/3)…Finished third on the team in postseason scoring (10 points) and tied for first in goals (5) ... Scored one of two goals in MSU's semifinal matchup with Michigan (3/16), then scored one of two MSU power play goals a day later in 7-6 win over Lake Superior in the consolation game (3/17) ...
2005-06: Appeared in 43 of 45 Spartan contests ... Netted 11 goals and added 17 assists for 28 points ... Posted a two-assist performance against Cornell (10/28) ... Extended his point streak to three games with a goal in a 3-2 overtime loss against the Mavericks (11/12) ... Played his 50th career game, and scored a power play goal, in a 4-2 loss to Bowling Green (12/3)