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Nathan Davis (C)

Rockford IceHogs

Name: Nathan Davis
Number: 16
Position: C
Shoots: L
Height: 6-1
Weight: 205
Birthdate: 1986-05-23
Birth place: Rocky River, OH


2009-10 Season Notes

-Suffered a season-ending shoulder injury during practice on 12/1/09

-Had the game-winning goal, an assist and was the #1 Star in Rockford’s 4-3 win at Grand Rapids on 11/27/09

-Notched a goal and an assist in the IceHogs 3-2 shootout loss at Chicago on 10/28/09

-Recorded two goals in Rockford’s 4-1 win over Chicago on 10/16/09

-Had two goals, including the game winner, and was named the #1 Star in Rockford’s 3-0 win at Lake Erie on 10/10/09

2008-09 Season Notes

Chipped in first career multi-point game with a goal and assist on 1/20/09 in Rockford’s 4-3 loss at Iowa...Notched first career AHL assist on 11/28/08 at Peoria in Rockford’s 5-4 shootout loss...Had a goal in Rockford’s 5-2 win at Milwaukee on 11/15/08...Scored first professional goal, the eventual game winner, in Rockford’s 6-2 win at Iowa on 10/17/08...Made AHL and professional debut on 10/10/08 against Quad City

2007-08 Season Notes

Missed significant time during his season at Miami (Ohio) University due to a shoulder injury...Had a goal in three straight games from 2/29/08 to 3/15/08...Had three points (1g-2a) on 2/28/08 against Ohio State University...Also recorded three points (1g-2a) on 2/23/08 against Western Michigan...Recorded a point in nine of 12 games, totaling 6g-8a-14pts from 11/24/07-3/15/08

College Notes

Was a member of the U.S. Men’s National team in 2007...Was a Hobey Baker Award Finalist, awarded to college hockey’s (NCAA) top player during junior season...Nominated the CCHA’s Best Defensive Forward in 2007...Set a college career high with 21g-29a-50pts...His 29 assists, 50 points and three short-handed goals led the RedHawks in 2006-07...Totaled a collegiate career-high five points (3g-2a) on 11/3/06 against Northern Michigan...Miami (Ohio) University qualified for the NCAA Tournament three of his four seasons...Led the RedHawks in scoring during his sophomore campaign in 2005-06 netting 20g-20a-40pts...Scored his first career collegiate hat trick on 11/25/05 against Bowling Green...Made his collegiate debut on 10/8/04 against Boston University...Scored his first career college goal on 10/22/04 against Ohio State University

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Regular Season Stats
2009-10 Regular Season Rockford IceHogs 23 8 3 11 7 59 10 0 2 0 0.000
2008-09 Regular Season Rockford IceHogs 49 5 7 12 -12 51 16 1 3 0 0.333