Ben Street (C)
San Antonio Rampage
2013-14: Began the year with the Flames, picking up an assist in the season opener on Oct. 3 at Washingtonâ€¦Went on to appear in 13 games during two stints with Calgary (0g/1a)â€¦Spent most of the season with the Abbotsford Heat (AHL), recording 60 points (28g/32a) in 58 gamesâ€¦Led the Heat in goals and finished second in pointsâ€¦Ranked first in the AHL with three overtime goalsâ€¦Was reassigned to Abbotsford on Oct. 22 after playing eight games with Calgaryâ€¦Was recalled again on Jan. 12 and played five games with the Flames before being loaned on Feb. 3â€¦Was selected to the AHL All-Star Gameâ€¦Tallied an assist while appearing in four AHL playoff games. 2012-13: Spent the majority of the season with Abbotsford (AHL) but did see his first NHL action with Calgaryâ€¦Made his NHL debut on Feb. 9 at Vancouverâ€¦Recorded his first NHL point (assist) on April 26 at Chicagoâ€¦Tallied 37 points (15g/22a) in 69 games with Abbotsfordâ€¦Signed with Calgary as a free agent on July 2, 2012. 2011-12: Tallied 57 points (27g/30a) in 71 games for Wilkes-Barre Scrantonâ€¦Named the AHL Player of the Week on Nov. 13â€¦Dressed in 12 playoff games and recorded three points (1g/2a). 2010-11: Made his professional debut, splitting time with Wilkes-Barre Scranton (AHL) and Wheeling (ECHL)â€¦Began the year with Wheeling where he won the John A. Daley Trophy as the ECHLâ€™s rookie of the yearâ€¦Was also named to the ECHL All-Rookie Team and participated in the ECHL All-Star Gameâ€¦Tallied 51 points (24g/27a) in 38 games for Wheeling before being recalled to Wilkes-Barre on Feb. 3â€¦Had 23 points (12g/11a) in 36 regular-season games for the AHL Penguins and one assist in eight playoff contests. 2009-10: Helped the University of Wisconsin advance to the NCAA Frozen Four as one of the teamâ€™s tri-captainsâ€¦Recorded 30 points (14g/16a) in 43 games and had a team-high 171 shotsâ€¦Named to the WCHA All-Academic Team and was the recipient of Wisconsinâ€™s Ivan B. Williamson Academic Award. 2008-09: Posted one goal in four games for Wisconsin before suffering a season-ending injuryâ€¦Was granted a medical redshirt seasonâ€¦Was a team co-captain and was named to WCHA All-Academic Team. 2007-08: Tied for first on the Badgers in goals (13) and finished second in points (30-tied)â€¦Led Wisconsin in game-winning goals (4) and shots (135)â€¦Earned WCHA All-Academic and Academic All-Big Ten honorsâ€¦Was an alternate captain. 2006-07: Recorded 17 points (10g/7a) in 41 games during his sophomore season at Wisconsinâ€¦Led the team in shots (120)â€¦Tallied the overtime game-winning goal with 10 seconds left in the 2007 WCHA Final Five third-place gameâ€¦Named to the WCHA All-Academic Team. 2005-06: Helped the University of Wisconsin capture the 2006 NCAA championship as a freshmanâ€¦Tallied 15 points (10g/5a) and was one of six Badgers, and the only rookie, to skate in all 43 gamesâ€¦Was the only regular starter without a penalty during the year. Other: Member of Team Pacific at the 2004 World Under-17 Challenge and scored six points in six games to help his team win silverâ€¦Spent two seasons playing with the Salmon Arm Silverbacks of the BCHL.