Carter Camper (C)
||Rocky River, OH
2014-15: Posted 52 points (15-37-52) with the AHLâ€™s Binghamton Senators, finishing fourth on the team in scoring and tying for second on the club in assistsâ€¦Tied for the team lead in power-play assists (13) and games played (75).
CAREER â€“ 2013-14: Split the season between the AHLâ€™s Providence Bruins and Springfield Falconsâ€¦ Played in 41 games with the P-Bruins before being traded from Boston to Columbus on Feb. 7â€¦ Completed the season by playing in 19 games with the Falcons and tallying 20 points (4-16-20)... Recorded a total of 51 points (12 goals, 39 assists) in 60 games with Providence and Springfield, marking a new professional single-season point total. 2012-13: Posted 47 points (10-37-47) in 57 games with AHL Providence, ranking second on the team in points and assistsâ€¦Led the P-Bruins in goals during the 2013 Calder Cup playoffs (eight) and finished second in points (13). 2011-12: Registered 48 points (18-30-48) in 69 games with Providence, leading the team in assists and pointsâ€¦Appeared in three games with the NHLâ€™s Boston Bruinsâ€¦Made his NHL debut on February 22 vs. St. Louisâ€¦Scored his first NHL goal on February 25 vs. Ottawa. 2010-11: Served as co-captain of the Miami University of Ohio Redhawks (CCHA)â€¦Earned CCHA Scholar-Athlete of the Year honorsâ€¦Was a finalist for the Hobey Baker Award and first-team All-CCHA honoreeâ€¦Posted 57 points (19-38-57), finishing second in scoring among his teammates and third in the nation. 2009-10: Earned All-CCHA honorable mentionâ€¦was Miamiâ€™s nominee for CCHA Scholar-Athlete of the Yearâ€¦Ranked third on the team in points (15-28-43)â€¦Led the team in power-play points (20). 2008-09: Named Second-Team West All-Americaâ€¦Was a first-team All-CCHA selectionâ€¦one of three finalists and the only forward for CCHA Player of the Year honorsâ€¦Led the squad in points (42), goals (20) and game-winning goals (four)â€¦Tied for third in the nation in power play goals (12)â€¦Led the CCHA in conference-only goals (16). 2007-08: Was the NCAAâ€™s top rookie in points-per-gameâ€¦Ranked 10th in the nation in points-per-gameâ€¦Recorded 41 points (15-26-41) in 33 games.