Dennis McCauley (LW)
2010-11: Registered his first career AHL playoff goal 4/21/11 vs. Connecticut in Game 5 of the Atlantic Division Semifinals . . . passed rookie goal total with 11th of the season 3/22/11 vs. Worcester… snapped a 14-game goal scoring drought with a goal 3/12/11 vs. Providence… registered an assist in his 100th career AHL game 2/21/11 vs. Connecticut… earned a career-high five-game point streak (1-5-6) from 1/16/11-1/23/11… passed rookie points total with 15th of the season on an assist 1/14/11 vs. Connecticut… scored two goals (including the game-winning-goal) and was named first star of the game 1/8/11 vs. Manchester… fifth assist of the season topped his assist total for career 12/4/10 vs. Norfolk… registered his first goal as a member of the Pirates 10/15/10 vs. Bridgeport . . . made his Pirates debut 10/9/10 vs. Manchester. 2009-10: Collected first two AHL post season points with two assists 4/25/10 vs. Manchester . . . Second player in Worcester history to record double-digits in goals (10) and fighting majors (10) … scored first professional goal on vs. Lowell on 10/17…scored his first professional hat trick and was #1 star in 8-4 win @ Springfield on 2/3 …. scored game winning goal and was #1 star in 3-1 win @ Portland on 12/31 … scored first career professional goal vs. Lowell 10/17/09… made his AHL debut @ Lowell 10/10/09… signed an AHL contract with Worcester on 10/1/09 after attending LA Kings and Manchester Monarchs training camps. 2007-08: Served as assistant captain at Northeastern University. 2005-06: Named NU’s Most Improved Player ... scored NU’s first goal of the season and his first collegiate goal on Oct. 15 in a 2-1 loss at North Dakota ... enjoyed a three-assist performance in a 6-4 victory over UMass Lowell on Feb. 10 ... scored in three consecutive games Feb. 16-24; a 2-1 win over Providence on Feb. 16, a 2-1 loss the following night and the game-tying goal against Massachusetts on Feb. 24. 2004-2005: Captained Sioux City’s 2004-05 squad to the USHL Western Conference Championship ... named a USHL All-Star and Sioux City’s Most Improved Player. 2003-2004: Led the USHL with 176 penalty minutes.