Andrew Agozzino (LW)
San Antonio Rampage
2013-14: Held a share of Lake Erieâ€™s scoring title by registering 49 points (17g/32a) in 75 gamesâ€¦He and Mark Olver both finished with 49 points but Agozzino technically won the team scoring title on the basis of more goals (17 to 15)â€¦It marked the second consecutive season that heâ€™s led the club in pointsâ€¦Ranked first on Lake Erie in goals (17), power-play goals (8) and shots (184) while playing in all but one game during the regular season.â€¦Finished second on the team in assists (32)â€¦Tied a career high with a seven-game point streak from Dec. 28-Jan. 12 (4g/5a)â€¦Scored the first goal in a game seven times, which was the most on the team and tied for second in the leagueâ€¦ Led the club with two short-handed assistsâ€¦Finished second on the team with 20 power-play points (8g/12a)â€¦Is already one of just five players in Monsters history to reach the century mark in points, as heâ€™s totaled 101 points (37g/64a) in 151 games. 2012-13: Led the Lake Erie Monsters in scoring with 52 points (20g/32a) in 76 games during his rookie campaignâ€¦Also paced the Monsters in assists (32) and plus/minus (+16) and finished third in goals (20)â€¦His 52 points tied for second among all American Hockey League rookiesâ€¦Was one of only two Lake Erie players to appear in every gameâ€¦Ranked second on the squad with 183 shots. 2011-12: Was Niagaraâ€™s leading scorer with 88 points (40g/48a) in 67 games during his final Ontario Hockey League campaignâ€¦Also led the IceDogs in goals (40), power-play goals (13) and short-handed goals (7)â€¦His seven SHG tied for second in the OHL, while his power-play and overall goals both ranked among the leagueâ€™s top 10â€¦Went on to record 18 points (11g/7a) in 20 playoff games as Niagara advanced to the OHL Championship seriesâ€¦Agozzinoâ€™s 11 postseason goals led the IceDogs and tied for second in the league. 2010-11: Led Niagara with 43 goals and finished third in scoring with 74 points in 68 gamesâ€¦Was second on the club in power-play goals (10-tied) and plus/minus (+32)â€¦Added 13 points (6g/7a) in 14 playoff contests. 2009-10: Led Niagara in scoring for the second straight year with 66 points (37g/29a) in 66 gamesâ€¦Also paced the club in goals and was second in plus/minus (+15), penalty minutes (95) and power-play goals (8)â€¦Also appeared in two games with Peoria (AHL). 2008-09: Recorded a team-high 56 points (27g/29a) in 67 games for Niagaraâ€¦Led the IceDogs in power-play tallies (9) and short-handed goals (3)â€¦Also led the team in playoff scoring with 11 points (6g/5a) in 12 postseason contests. 2007-08: Appeared in 50 games in his first season with Niagara, totaling 22 points (12g/10a).