Sebastian Stalberg (RW)
2012-13:… enters 1st professional season…2011-12:…AHL Rookie… 13gp with Worcester (3-2-5) 4pims, -2, 25 shots… went 0-for-1 in the shootout…became the 6th player in Worcester Sharks history to score first professional goal in first pro game on 3/18…game-by-game…assist on 4/14…scored 3rd goal of season and was #3 star in 4-1W vs. Manchester on 4/10… denied on first professional shootout attempt vs. Peter Mannino in 5-4SOL at Portland on 4/7…had a two game point streak (1-1-2) snapped on 4/6…. Assist and five shots in 2-1W vs. Albany on 4/4…scored his 2nd pro goal in 3-2L vs. Springfield on 4/1… did not play on 3/21…became the 6th player in Worcester Sharks history to score a goal in his professional debut and was the #3 star in 5-2W vs. Bridgeport on 3/18…did not dress two games on 3/16-3/17…signed an ATO with Worcester on 3/15…2011-12 with Vermont: signed an NHL contract with the San Jose Sharks on 3/14 after concluding his Vermont career with 78 points (27 goals and 51 assists) in 106 career games. He became just the second Catamount to be named to the Hockey East All-Rookie Team after his freshman year in 2010, and earned Honorable Mention All-Star honors last season.… Stalberg led the Catamounts in scoring for the second straight year this past season, posting 31 points on 12 goals and 19 assists. The junior set a new career-high with nine multi-point games in 2011-12 and finished the regular season ranked among the top-20 scorers in Hockey East. Stalberg was second in the league with 20 power play points and was named the Hockey East Co-Player of the Week on Oct. 24. 2010-11: As a sophomore, Stalberg played in all 36 games for the Catamounts … Led the team in points (28) and assists (19) and was second on the team in goals with nine … Finished tied for 24th in Hockey East in assists and tied for 26th in points … Tied for first on the team with four power play goals … Named to the Hockey East Top Performers list six different times … Scored a goal in Game 1 of the Hockey East Quarterfinals at No. 2 seed UNH … Provided the game-winning goal against UMass-Lowell (March 5), a 4-2 victory at Gutterson Fieldhouse on Senior Night … Tallied a goal against No. 7 Boston College ... Had a pair of goals and an assist at No. 19 Dartmouth in a game televised on ESPNU ... Scored a goal at St. Lawrence (Dec. 18) ... Tallied a power-play goal and an assist at Northeastern ... Had a power-play goal in each game at No. 18 Maine (Feb. 11/12) ... Had eight multi-point games, with six goals and 12 assists in those contests … Of those eight games, four were against ranked teams … Led the team with 128 shots on goal … Went 13-for-17 in face-offs in the season-opener against No. 9 Denver...(2009-10): As a freshman Stalberg played in 36 of 39 games and led all UVM rookies in scoring with six goals and 13 assists for 19 points … Ranked second on the team in shots with 84 and had a plus-5 rating … Had 14 points (5g, 9a) in 25 Hockey East games to rank tied for eighth in the league amongst rookies in scoring … Named to the Hockey East All-Rookie Team ... Stalberg was named the Hockey East Rookie of the Week on three occasions (Jan. 18, Feb. 8 and Feb. 22) … Recorded his first career point with an assist in the season opener in a 5-4 loss at No. 1 Denver on Oct. 9 … Scored a goal and recorded two assists in a pair of wins against Alabama-Huntsville and No. 12 Minnesota-Duluth in the Sheraton/TD Bank Catamount Cup on Jan. 2 and 3 … Notched a goal and had an assist in a 9-2 victory at home against Northeastern on Jan. 16 … Named the Hockey East Rookie of the Week for his performance … Posted a goal and had a pair of assists in a 5-1 victory at Providence on Feb. 5 … Named the Hockey East Rookie of the Week for his effort … Had a three-point weekend (1g, 2a) in a loss and a tie at No. 13 New Hampshire on Feb. 19 and 20 on his way to being named the Hockey East Rookie of the Week … Scored Vermont’s only goal in a 1-1 tie at UMass-Lowell in the regular season finale on March 6 in a contest that clinched a spot for the Catamounts in the Hockey East Quarterfinals … Had an assist in a 3-2 loss to eventual national runner-up and top-seeded Wisconsin in the first round of the NCAA West Regional at the Xcel Energy Center on March 26 ... Received the team's George Buzzell Rookie of the Year Award. BEFORE VERMONT: Stalberg played for the Frolunda Indians in Sweden in 2008-09 ... He posted 18 goals and 24 assists for 42 points in 41 games ... Won the Swedish Junior Championship with Frolunda in 2007-08. PERSONAL: Sebastian Stalberg the son of Eddy and Maria Stalberg of Gothenburg, Sweden ... Sebastian is the younger brother of Chicago Blackhawk Viktor Stalberg, who was a finalist for the Hobey Baker Award and a First-Team NCAA All-American for the Catamounts in 2008-09 ... Also has an older brother Alexander ... Lists Usain Bolt as his favorite athlete.