Carter Camper (C)
||Rocky River, OH
2014-15: Posted 52 points (15-37-52) with the AHL’s Binghamton Senators, finishing fourth on the team in scoring and tying for second on the club in assists…Tied for the team lead in power-play assists (13) and games played (75).
CAREER – 2013-14: Split the season between the AHL’s Providence Bruins and Springfield Falcons… Played in 41 games with the P-Bruins before being traded from Boston to Columbus on Feb. 7… Completed the season by playing in 19 games with the Falcons and tallying 20 points (4-16-20)... Recorded a total of 51 points (12 goals, 39 assists) in 60 games with Providence and Springfield, marking a new professional single-season point total. 2012-13: Posted 47 points (10-37-47) in 57 games with AHL Providence, ranking second on the team in points and assists…Led the P-Bruins in goals during the 2013 Calder Cup playoffs (eight) and finished second in points (13). 2011-12: Registered 48 points (18-30-48) in 69 games with Providence, leading the team in assists and points…Appeared in three games with the NHL’s Boston Bruins…Made his NHL debut on February 22 vs. St. Louis…Scored his first NHL goal on February 25 vs. Ottawa. 2010-11: Served as co-captain of the Miami University of Ohio Redhawks (CCHA)…Earned CCHA Scholar-Athlete of the Year honors…Was a finalist for the Hobey Baker Award and first-team All-CCHA honoree…Posted 57 points (19-38-57), finishing second in scoring among his teammates and third in the nation. 2009-10: Earned All-CCHA honorable mention…was Miami’s nominee for CCHA Scholar-Athlete of the Year…Ranked third on the team in points (15-28-43)…Led the team in power-play points (20). 2008-09: Named Second-Team West All-America…Was a first-team All-CCHA selection…one of three finalists and the only forward for CCHA Player of the Year honors…Led the squad in points (42), goals (20) and game-winning goals (four)…Tied for third in the nation in power play goals (12)…Led the CCHA in conference-only goals (16). 2007-08: Was the NCAA’s top rookie in points-per-game…Ranked 10th in the nation in points-per-game…Recorded 41 points (15-26-41) in 33 games.