David McIntyre (C)
Grand Rapids Griffins
2012-13: Matched his career high with 33 points (15-18â€”33) in 68 games with the Houston Aerosâ€¦Led the team with a plus-19 rating and ranked among team leaders with 15 goals (T4th), 18 assists (T6th), 33 points (5th), 45 penalty minutes (T5th), three game-winning goals (T3rd) and 143 shots (3rd)â€¦Enjoyed career high-tying two goal games twice, 11/13/12 at San Antonio and 2/22/13 at Oklahoma Cityâ€¦Set a new career high with four-game point streaks from 1/20/13-1/26/13, totaling four points (2-2â€”4), and 4/11/13-4/20/13, totaling five points (1-4â€”5)â€¦Picked up three points (2-1â€”3) in five games against Grand Rapids during the Western Conference Quarterfinals.
2011-12: Skated in 63 games with Houston, ranking sixth on the team with 33 points (16-17â€”33)â€¦Placed among team leaders with 16 goals (T3rd), 17 assists (7th), 73 penalty minutes (3rd), two shorthanded goals (T1st) and a 0.140 shooting percentage (2nd)â€¦Tied a career high with two goals on two occasions, 10/14/11 at Texas and 12/30/11 at San Antonioâ€¦Recorded eight points (6-2â€”8) in a 10-game stretch, 10/14/11-11/3/11â€¦Converted on a penalty shot during a two-point game (1-1â€”2), 2/25/12 at Texasâ€¦Appeared in four playoff games.
2010-11: Suited up in 78 games with the Albany Devils in his first full professional seasonâ€¦Ranked among team leaders with 12 goals (7th), 18 assists (7th), 30 points (T5th), one shorthanded goal (T3rd), four first goals (T1st), four unassisted goals (1st) and 126 shots (5th)â€¦Scored a career-high two goals in his season debut, 10/9/10 vs. Adirondackâ€¦Recorded points (1-2â€”3) in a three-game point streak, 2/20/11-2/26/11â€¦Matched his season high with two points (1-1â€”2) on 4/2/11 vs. Charlotte.
2009-10: Captained the ECACâ€™s Colgate Raiders as a seniorâ€¦Ranked among team leaders with 11 goals (4th), 28 assists (1st), 39 points (2nd) and 60 penalty minutes (1st)â€¦Posted a career-high four points (1-3â€”4), 11/6/09 vs. Harvardâ€¦Named ECAC Player of the Week on two occasions, 11/9/09 and 11/23/09â€¦Picked up 15 points (4-11â€”15) during an eight-game point streak, 10/30/09-11/21/09â€¦Notched 12 points (2-9â€”11) in his final nine collegiate games, 2/12/10-3/13/10â€¦Named to the ECAC Second All-Star Teamâ€¦Made his professional/AHL debut with the Lowell Devils, 3/19/10 vs. Providenceâ€¦Picked up his first two professional points with a goal and an assist, 3/26/10 vs. Springfieldâ€¦Finished with five points (3-2â€”5) in 12 regular season games and two points (1-1â€”2) in five playoff appearances.
2008-09: Ranked among the nationâ€™s top players as a junior at Colgate, leading the team with 43 points (21-22â€”43) in 37 games and placing 21st in the NCAA in scoringâ€¦Nominated for the Hobey Baker Awardâ€¦Also led the Raiders in goals, assists, penalty minutes (54), game-winning goals (4) and shorthanded goals (2)â€¦Amassed 15 points (7-8â€”15) during a 10-game point streak, 11/22/08-1/8/09â€¦Named a First Team All-American by AHCA/Reebok, Inside College Hockey and College Hockey Newsâ€¦Named to the ECAC First All-Star Team and ECAC All-Academic Team.
2007-08: Skated in 39 games with the Raiders, ranking among team leaders with 15 goals (2nd), 17 assists (T3rd), 32 points (3rd), two game-winning goals (T2nd) and three power play goals (T3rd)â€¦Tied for fourth in the ECAC in goalsâ€¦Enjoyed three-point games on six occasionsâ€¦Racked up 15 points in a nine-game span, 11/23/07-1/26/08â€¦Named the Inside College Hockey National Player of the Week, 3/17/08â€¦Member of the ECAC All-Academic Team.
2006-07: Picked up 17 points (9-8â€”17) in 40 games as a freshman at Colgateâ€¦Tied for sixth on the team in scoring and placed fifth in goalsâ€¦Tied for third on the team with six power play talliesâ€¦Registered seven points (3-4â€”7) in his first five collegiate games, 10/6/06-10/26/06â€¦Had a season-high three points (2-1â€”3), 10/15/06 vs. Bentleyâ€¦Named the ECAC Rookie of the Week, 10/16/06.
2005-06: Led the OPJHLâ€™s Newmarket Hurricanes with 92 points (42-50â€”92) in 46 gamesâ€¦Ranked second on the team with 143 penalty minutesâ€¦Placed among league leaders in goals (4th), assists (T2nd), points (T3rd) and penalty minutes (16th)â€¦Tied for the team lead with 12 points (3-8â€”12) in 11 postseason games.