Michael Swift (C)
LAST SEASON: Led the team with 24 goals and finished second with 55 points …Potted two goals versus Bridgeport on Apr. 9…Scored sixth goal in four games and notched 20th of season on Mar. 24 vs. MCH…Named the Reebok/AHL Player of the Week for the period ending Mar. 21, 2010, notched five goals and two assists for seven points along with a plus-4 rating in four games…Recorded three points (2g-1a) for second straight game on Mar. 21 vs. WOR…Tallied two goals and an assist vs. POR on Mar. 20…Notched two assists on Mar. 12 @ SYR for 11th multi-point game of season…Registered back-to-back two-point games with two assists on Dec. 27 at Worcester…Tallied two goals on Dec. 26 vs. Providence…Played 100th game with Lowell on Feb. 5 at Worcester… Led the team in goals (24), and tied for team lead in power-play goals (10) with Nathan Perkovich… Was second on the team in points (55) …
CAREER: 2008-09: Recorded 12 goals, 15 assists and 50 PIM over 52 games during rookie season with Devils…Had back-to-back two-goal games on Jan. 14 vs. Providence and Jan. 16 at Philadelphia...Notched a three-point night (1g-2a-3pts) on Dec. 28 vs. Hartford …
OTHER: Finished second on the Niagara IceDogs in goals, assists, and points (38g-62a-100pts) in 2007-08…Led the team in power play goals with 16, and also led the team with a 36 plus/minus rating…Helped push the IceDogs into the second round of playoffs…Scored nine goals and nine assists in ten games during the post-season…Received the Overage Player of the Year Award…Began with the Peterborough Bees (OPJHL) in ’02-’03 playing in three games…Continued with the Bees through most of the ’03-’04 season where he led the team in goals with 25 and ranked second in penalty minutes with 103…At the end of the season moved to the Mississauga IceDogs... Skated with the IceDogs for four seasons…Raked in a total of 73g-110a-183pts with Mississauga…During the ’04-’05 season played in a team high 67 games…Tied the team high in both assists and points during the ’05-’06 season, while in the ’06-’07 moved into first place in scoring with 34 goals and 59 assists…Also tied the team lead in plus/minus rating with +37…Moved to the Laredo Bucks at the end of the ’06-’07 season competing in twelve playoff games.