Tyler McNeely (LW)
Lake Erie Monsters
Acquired: Signed by the Islanders as a free agent on April 20, 2011.
Last Season: Appeared in 10 games with the Bridgeport Sound Tigers (American Hockey League), scoring 11 points (5g/6a) and adding four penalty minutes, after finishing his senior season with the Northeastern University Huskies (Hockey East Association)�Posted career highs in points (34), goals (13), assists (21) and shots (106) for Northeastern�Tied for second on the team with five power-play goals�Finished his career with 105 points�Tallied two goals and one assist to post his fourth-career three-point game on Oct. 23 against the University of Massachusetts-Lowell�Scored the game-winning goal on Dec. 4 against Merrimack College�Completed his NCAA career with a goal and two assists against Boston College on Mar. 18.
2009-10: Captained Northeastern and tied for second on the team with 28 points (12g/16a) as a junior... Notched six power-play goals, tied for second on the team�Added 42 penalty minutes�Became the first Northeastern player to have a three-assist game since Feb. 2, 2009 (C. Donovan)�Recorded a three-point game (1g/2a) on Jan. 15 against the University of Vermont� Scored both a power-play goal and short-handed goal on Feb. 8 against Harvard University� Recorded the 40th assist of his career on Mar. 5 at Boston University. 2008-09: Skated in 34 games for Northeastern, scoring 20 points (8g/12a)�Finished his sophomore season with a plus-10 rating, while adding 71 penalty minutes�Tallied an assist in each of the first two games of the season in the Kendall Hockey Classic (Oct. 10-11)� Scored goals in three straight games from Nov. 1-14, including the game-winner on Nov. 8 against the Bentley University Falcons. 2007-08: Completed his freshman season at Northeastern, ranking third on the team in scoring with 23 points (11g/12a)�Played in all 37 games�Recorded his first two points (1g/1a) on Oct. 27 in a 4-3 loss to the University of Maine Black Bears�Named Hockey East Rookie of the Week for Nov. 12. 2006-07: Served as team captain for his third season with the Burnaby Express (formerly Coquitlam) of the British Columbia Hockey League�Ranked second on the team and fifth in the BCHL with 104 points (32g/72a) in 52 games�Added five goals and 14 assists in the postseason�Named to the BCHL All-Star team�Member of Team Canada West, which won the World Junior A Challenge. 2005-06: Skated in 60 regular season games with Burnaby, tallying 80 points (30g/50a)�Led the BCHL in playoff points with 37 (13g/24a), leading Burnaby to the BCHL League, Doyle Cup and Coastal Division Championships�Named Most Improved Player on Burnaby�Was also a member of the RBC Canadian National Junior A Championship team. 2004-05: Named Burnaby�s Most Improved Player, scoring 36 points (14g/22a).