Zach Hamill (C)
2011-12: Enjoyed his longest stay in the NHL, appearing in 16 games with the defending Stanley Cup Champion Boston Bruins...Posted two assists,
four penalty minutes and a plus-three efficiency rating in those contests...
2010-11: Set professional career-highs in assists (34) and penalty minutes (66) and finished second in scoring for Providence with 43 pointsâ€¦
Scored his 100th professional point (goal) on January 15 at Connecticutâ€¦Earned his second career NHL recall on February 3 after scoring 28 points (three goals, 25 assists) in 44 games for Providenceâ€¦ Played in three games for Boston, recording one assistâ€¦Played in his 200th professional game on February 23 at Bridgeportâ€¦ Was named Providenceâ€™s Player of the Month in February after tallying six points (two goals, four assists) in five gamesâ€¦Finished his third professional season with nine multiple-point games.
2009-10: Set career-highs in games (75), goals (14), assists (30) and points (44) to finish second in scoring for Providenceâ€¦ Rewarded with first career NHL recall on April 10, making Boston debut the following day at Washington while scoring first career NHL point with assistâ€¦ Appeared in 100th professional game December 19 at Springfieldâ€¦ Finished season with 11 multiple-point gamesâ€¦ Enjoyed five-game point-streak (three goals, six assists) in Februaryâ€¦ Earned P-Bruins 3 Stars Award and was teamâ€™s February Player of the Month (three goals, 10 assists, plus-10 rating, 11 games)â€¦ Tallied career-best four assists and plus-five rating February 26 at Binghamton.
CAREER: Enjoyed first full professional season with Providence, appearing in 65 regular season games and 16 postseason contestsâ€¦ Ranked fourth among P-Bruins rookies with 26 points (13 goals, 13 assists) during regular seasonâ€¦ Missed 15 games to begin season due to injuryâ€¦ Scored first career regular season goal November 23, 2008 vs. Hartfordâ€¦ Registered four multiple-point games during regular season and playoffs, including career-high three assists February 14, 2009 at Portlandâ€¦ Totaled four point-streaks of at least three games with longest lasting four contestsâ€¦ Began 2007-08 season with Everett of Western Hockey League, recording 20 multi-point outings... Notched four point-streaks of at least five games, including season-high nine game stretch... Compiled hat trick and two assists vs. Seattle on February 16... Had eight games with at least three points... Signed Professional Tryout Agreement with Providence on April 1... Made pro debut April 4 vs. Hartford, recording first pro point with assist and first star honors... Led P-Bruins with five assists and plus-four rating in April... Appeared in first career pro playoff game April 16 vs. Manchester... Earned first postseason point with assist April 21 at Manchester and first goal May 4 at Portlandâ€¦ Served as a captain for Everett in 2006-07, setting offensive career-highs with 32 goals, 61 assists and 93 points... Won Bob Clarke Trophy as WHLâ€™s scoring champion... Named Everettâ€™s MVP and WHL First Team West All-Star... Began year on 15-game point-streak... Had seven points (three goals, four assists) and plus-6 rating on January 26 at Portland... Won HUSKY WHL January Player of the Month... Registered at least three points on nine occasions in 2005-06... Played for Canadaâ€™s gold medal-winning team at Under-20 Junior World Cup... Won Everettâ€™s Rookie of the Year in first full season with club in 2004-05 after scoring 33 points (eight goals, 25 assists) in 57 games... Scored first junior regular season goal on October 15 at Portland...Played first junior game March 10, 2004 vs. Seattle, earning assist for first point... Scored first goal in playoffs on March 23.