Garet Hunt (LW)
||Maple Ridge, BC
2010-11… enters 3rd professional season… AHL rookie. 2009-10: Led the Stockton Thunder with 215 penalty minutes in 52 games … recipient of the Thunder "Fan Favorite" award for the second straight year ... tied his career-high with five goals and posted 12 points (5g-7a) … posted five points (3g-2a) in 13 Kelly Cup Playoff games ... added his first playoff multi-point game on 4/23 vs. Bakersfield with two assists … his goal on 4/10 vs. Alaska was the game-winner to eliminate the Alaska Aces (8-5 win) in Game 4 of the National Conference Quarterfinal. 2008-09: Signed to an American Hockey League contract with the Springfield Falcons ... co-recipient of the Thunder "Fan Favorite" award ... skated in 69 ECHL regular season games, scoring 16 points (5g-11a) ... ranked second in ECHL and broke the Thunder regular season record for penalty minutes (248) ... made his AHL debut with Springfield on 2/7 vs. Hartford ... scored the first goal of his pro career and had a pair of goals on 10/24 at Victoria (5-2 win) - also scored the eventual game-winner … notched a career-high three points (1g-2a), his goal helped the Thunder break a club record with 8 goals in one game on 11/1 at Bakersfield (8-3 win) ... set a new single-game Thunder record with 34 PIM's on 1/25 vs. Phoenix - the Thunder also amassed 100 PIM's, breaking the club record ... earned the first AHL recall of his career on 2/2 . JUNIORS: Spent four seasons (2004-08) of his junior hockey career in the Western Hockey League with the Vancouver Giants, posting 542 penalty minutes and 41 points (16g-25a) in 193 career games … ranked 4th in the WHL and led Vancouver in penalty minutes (239) in 2007-08 ... was part of Vancouver's 2006-07 team that won their first Memorial Cup title, notching 156 penalty minutes and 11 points (6g-5a) in 57 games ... helped guide Vancouver to the WHL's President's Cup championship in 2005-06, en route to a Semifinal berth in the Memorial Cup tournament ... former teammates with NHL playing experience include Gilbert Brule (Columbus), Milan Lucic (Boston) and Andrej Meszaros (Ottawa).