Eriah Hayes (RW)
2013-14: enters 1st full professional season….2012-13:… 7gp with Worcester (3-1-4), (1-1-2 ppp), 4pims, +1, 26 shots, 0-for-1 in the shootout, 1st professional season … scored his 1st professional goal vs. Frederik Andersen and fired a Sharks season high ten shots in 4-3OTL vs. Norfolk on 4/13/13… game-by-game 3rd goal, +2 and denied in shootout in 4-3SOL at Syracuse on 4/20….goal, assist, and #2 star in 4-3L vs. Springfield on 4/17…scored his 1st professional goal vs. Frederik Andersen and fired a Sharks season high ten shots in 4-3OTL vs. Norfolk on 4/13…five shots on 4/12…+1, one shot, and two penalty minutes in professional debut in 3-0W at Bridgeport on 4/9… did not dress on 4/7…signed by Worcester to an ATO on 4/7/13…. signed an NHL contract with the San Jose Sharks on 4/5/13….AS A MAVERICK: Four-year letter winner served as a team captain as a senior...153 career games played ranks second on MSU's all-time list. 2012-2013: All-WCHA Third Team pick...Ranked second on MSU's scoring charts on the season with 20-16--36 and played in all 41 games...52-44--96 in 153 career games stands tied for tenth on the school's career scoring for the DI era...Led the Mavericks with 12 power play goals, which ranks second in the nation and are the most PPGs by a MSU player since Pat Carroll had 13 in 1982-83...25 career power play goals tie for fourth all-time at MSU and he ranks only behind Travis Morin (26 PPGs) for career PPGs during MSU's DI-era...20 goals on the season are tied for 13th in the nation... Led the nation with 186 shots on goal...Named 2012-13 WCHA All-Academic. Named WCHA Offensive Player of the Week after racking up four goals and three assists for seven points in a two-game conference road sweep at Minnesota Duluth Feb. 8-9. Had a goal and two assists in 4-2 win in first game, then recorded second career hat trick and assisted on another goal in 5-1 win over the Bulldogs the next night. 2011-12: Shared team lead in goals and stood third on the team scoring charts with 13-11--24 in 36 games in 2011-12... Led the Mavericks in shots (123) and PIMs (29 for 83)...Named WCHA Offensive Player of the Week after racking up four points on three goals and an assist in two games vs. Nebraska Omaha Jan. 20-21. Had an assist in 2-1 loss in the first game before scoring three times for first career hat trick in 5-4 win the next night vs. UNO...Had a goal and assist in 9-1 home nonconference win over Alabama-Huntsville (Dec. 10, 2011). 2010-11: Had 4-4--8 in the last 11 games of the season and ranked third on the club scoring charts with 11-11--22...One of six players to play in all 38 games...Led the team in shots on goal (133) and ranked second in goals (11)...Had goal and assist in 5-4 win over visiting Colorado College Oct. 22. Goal vs. Tigers was first career game-winning goal...Scored twice in 5-1 win at Colorado College Feb. 11...Had 1-1--2 in 3-1 win vs. Minnesota Duluth Feb. 18...2010-11 WCHA All-Academic. 2009-10: Had 2-3--5 in the last nine games of the year in finishing his debut season with 8-6--14 to rank ninth on MSU’s scoring charts...Eight goals tied for fifth on the team...Ranked third on the team with 85 shots on goal...Scored his first career goal Oct. 16 in a 5-2 loss at Minnesota-Duluth...Had a goal and an assist in 4-3 road league loss at Denver Oct. 30...+5 on the year tied for second on the team. THE HAYES FILE: Tallied 27 goals and 18 assists for 45 points in 59 games for Waterloo of the United States Hockey League in 2008-09...Apprenticed with Topeka of the North American Hockey League in 2007-08 where he totalled 30-26--56 in 53 games...Had 135 goals and 99 assists for 234 points in 105 high school games in La Crescent, Minn....2007 La Crescent High School grad.PERSONAL: Son of Joe and Joni Hayes...Given name is Eriah Joseph Hayes...Born July 7, 1988 in LaCrosse, Wis. ...Sport management major.