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Gustav Nyquist (RW)

Grand Rapids Griffins

Name: Gustav Nyquist
Number: 13
Position: RW
Shoots: L
Height: 5-11
Weight: 185
Birthdate: 1989-09-01
Birth place: Halmstad, Sweden

Biography

2012-13: Won the Calder Cup with the Griffins…Tallied a two-goal game and scored the shootout-clinching goal, Oct. 21 at TOR and tied a career high with three points (1-2--3) the following game, Oct. 26 vs. CHA…Enjoyed a six-game point streak, Oct. 19-Nov. 3…Scored his first career overtime winner during a two-goal performance in a 6-5 win at Lake Erie on Nov. 16...Recorded a season-high three assists on Jan. 9 at RFD...Registered an eight-game point streak, with 11 points (4-7--11) from Dec. 28-Jan. 11...Picked up 15 points (5-10--15) in a nine-game span, Dec. 19-Jan. 11...Skated in his 100th game as a Griffin, Jan. 12 vs. PEO...Recorded his 100th point as a Griffin on Jan. 17 at CHA...Became the first Griffin to be chosen for the AHL All-Star Classic in back-to-back season since Niklas Kronwall in 2004 and 2005...Notched three points (1-2--3) on Feb. 1 at HAM...Posted three consecutive three-point games from Feb. 23-March 1, claiming the AHL scoring lead...Had points in six straight games, Feb 22- March 3...Led the AHL in scoring before being called up by Detroit on March 12...Named to the AHL First All-Star Team…Skated in 22 regular season games and 14 playoff games with Detroit.

2011-12: Enjoyed the highest-scoring rookie season in franchise history with 58 points (22-36—58) in 56 games…Recorded five points (3-2—5) over the Griffins’ first four games…Tied with Jamie Johnson and Tomas Tatar for the team scoring lead…Ranked among team leaders with 22 goals (2nd), 36 assists (3rd), a plus-seven rating (4th), seven power play goals (T1st), 13 power play assists (1st), a 0.145 shooting percentage (T2nd), four shootout goals (1st) and a 0.571 shootout percentage (3rd)…Led the team with 17 multi-point games, including five three-point games…Finished the season fifth in AHL rookie scoring despite being limited to 56 games…Tallied a career-high three assists, 11/11/11 at Hamilton…Racked up six points (1-5—6) over a three-game span, 11/25/11-11/29/11…Represented Grand Rapids at the AHL All-Star Classic, becoming the first Griffins rookie forward to do so since Chris Bala (2002)…Notched his first career two-goal game, 2/4/12 vs. Hamilton…Surpassed Glen Metropolit for the franchise’s all-time rookie scoring record in his last AHL game of the season, with three points (2-1—3), 3/17/12 vs. Hamilton…Became the fourth player in franchise history to be named to the AHL All-Rookie Team…Also skated in 18 games with Detroit, recording seven points (1-6—7)…Made his NHL debut, 11/1/11 vs. Minnesota, notched his first assist, 1/3/12 at Dallas, and scored his first goal, 3/26/12 vs. Columbus…Racked up points in six of seven games, 3/9/12-3/26/12…Appeared in four of Detroit’s five postseason games against Nashville.

2010-11: Topped Maine in scoring for a third consecutive season with 51 points (18-33—51) in 36 games…Tied for fifth in the NCAA with 33 assists…Earned his second straight Hobey Baker Award nomination…Named an NCAA Second-Team All-American and a Hockey East First-Team All-Star…Led the Black Bears with two shorthanded goals…Recorded his first collegiate hat trick, 2/4/11 at New Hampshire…Tallied points in each of his first 10 games, putting up 15 points (4-11—15) in that span…Registered at least two points in each of his team’s last eight games, collecting 15 points (5-10—15)…Joined the Griffins on a tryout following his college season and recorded an assist in his debut, 3/25/11 at Texas…Beat Texas’ Richard Bachman the following night for his first professional goal…Appeared in eight contests with Grand Rapids and contributed four points (1-3—4).

2009-10: Led the NCAA in scoring as a sophomore at Maine with 61 points (19-42—61) in 39 games…Nominated for the Hobey Baker Award, finishing second to Wisconsin’s Blake Geoffrion…Named an NCAA First-Team All-American and a Hockey East First-Team All-Star, and finished second in voting for Hockey East Player of the Year…Set a career high for points when he notched five (1-4—5) in a 2/19/10 contest against Massachusetts-Lowell, part of a five-game span that saw him amass 14 points (3-11—14)…Registered points in 32 of 39 games.

2008-09: Skated in 38 contests and led Maine in scoring with 32 points (13-19—32)…Earned a spot on the Hockey East All-Rookie Team…Named Hockey East Rookie of the Month for December…Finished second in Hockey East rookie scoring and 13th in overall conference scoring.

View Game By Game Stats Player Stats

Regular Season Stats
Season Team GP G A PTS +/- SOG PIM SOG SOA SOGW SO
2013-14 Regular Season Grand Rapids Griffins 15 7 14 21 6 36 6 2 2 1 1.000
2012-13 Regular Season Grand Rapids Griffins 58 23 37 60 10 169 34 3 7 0 0.429
2011-12 Regular Season Grand Rapids Griffins 56 22 36 58 7 152 18 4 7 0 0.571
2010-11 Regular Season Grand Rapids Griffins 8 1 3 4 1 14 2 0 0 0 0.000
Playoff Stats
Season Team GP G A PTS +/- SOG PIM SOG SOA SOGW SO
2013 Calder Cup Playoffs Grand Rapids Griffins 10 2 5 7 -4 27 19 0 0 0 0.000