David Van der Gulik (LW)
||David Van der Gulik
2013-14 Season: Scored 13 goals and had 9 assists (22 points) in 33 games with Lake Erie...Appeared in two games with Colorado, but did not tally a point.
2012-13 Season: Tallied his second four-point game of the season, picking up a pair of goals and a pair of assists to help the Monsters to a 7-1 win over Milwaukee 2/21/13 at The Qâ€¦ Named CCM/AHL Player of the week for the week ending 12/23/12; he registered three goals and four assists in three games as the Monsters went 3-0-0-0 for the weekâ€¦ In a 4-3 OT win over Toronto in Cleveland, van der Gulik had three assists in regulation and scored the GWG in OT on 12/19/12.
2011-12 Season: Split season between Colorado (25 games) and Lake Erie (40 games), while serving as an alternate captain for Lake Erieâ€¦ His 25 games played, five assists, and six points in an Avalanche uniform were new NHL single-season career-highsâ€¦ Reached 200 career AHL points with an assist in a Lake Erie 4-3 OT loss in Syracuse, 10/21/11â€¦ Carried a personal season-best five-game point streak and Monsters season-long five-game assist streak from 11/10-11/25/11; recorded three goals and six assists over the five games, while the Monsters were 4-0-0-1â€¦ Recalled to Colorado on 12/14/11, where he played until being reassigned to Lake Erie on 2/24/12â€¦ Along with wife, Jenn, celebrated birth of first child on 12/19/11â€¦ 2010-11: In 48 games with Lake Erie, tied for 2nd on the club with a rating of +25â€¦ Made Avalanche debut on 10/23/10â€¦ Appeared in all seven playoff games for Lake Erie, earning two goals and two assists.
2009-10 Season: Finished second on Abbotsford Heat in assists (24), points (40), and plus/minus (+13)â€¦ Named Abbotsfordâ€™s American Specialty/AHL Man of the Year for his contributions to the Abbotsford community.
2008-09 Season: Made NHL debut with Calgary Flames against the Minnesota Wild on 2/27/09â€¦ Collected first NHL assist and point for Calgary on 3/3/09 in Ottawa.
Career Highlights: Skated in all 80 games for the Quad City Flames (AHL)â€¦ 2006-07: Skated in all 80 games with the Omaha Ak-Sar-Ben Knights (AHL) during first professional seasonâ€¦ Led all AHL rookies with a +27 ratingâ€¦ Tied for second among AHL rookies with four shorthanded goals...As co-captain during senior season at Boston University, earned Mickey Cochrane Award as schoolâ€™s top male athleteâ€¦ Named MVP of the Hockey East Tournament after becoming the first player in league history to net two hat tricks in one postseason tournamentâ€¦Totaled 31 points, leading Boston Universityâ€¦ 2003-04: During sophomore campaign at Boston University, led the Terriers in goals (13) and penalty minutes (74)â€¦ 2002-03: Named to Hockey East All-Rookie Teamâ€¦ Other: Drafted in the seventh round (#206 overall) in the 2002 entry draft; was Calgaryâ€™s 10th selection in 2002.