Riley Sheahan (C)
Grand Rapids Griffins
||St. Catharines, ON
2012-13: Won the Calder Cup with the Griffins as a rookieâ€¦Skated in 72 games during the regular season, ranking among team leaders with 16 goals (6th), 20 assists (9th), 36 points (7th), six power play goals (T5th), two shorthanded goals (T2nd), four game-winning goals (3rd) and a .139 shooting percentage (3rd)â€¦Tied for the AHL rookie lead and for sixth overall in the postseason with 16 points (3-13â€”16) in 24 gamesâ€¦Tied for third in scoring on the Griffins and led the team in assists in the playoffsâ€¦Scored three goals in a two-game span, 11/7/12-11/9/12â€¦Recorded a season-high three points (2-1â€”3), 1/4/13 vs. Oklahoma Cityâ€¦Racked up 10 points (7-3â€”10) over a nine-game stretch, 12/21/12-1/9/13â€¦Notched three straight two-point games (1-5â€”6), during a four-game point streak, 2/22/13-3/1/13â€¦Tallied eight points (1-7â€”8) during an eight-game span, 5/4/13-5/24/13.
2011-12: Joined the Griffins on a tryout after concluding his junior year with Notre Dame, recording two points (1-1â€”2) in seven gamesâ€¦Made his professional debut, 3/22/12 at San Antonioâ€¦Tallied his first two AHL points, 3/31/12 vs. Oklahoma Cityâ€¦Made his NHL debut with the Red Wings in the teamâ€™s final regular season contest, 4/7/12 vs. Chicago, recording four penalty minutes and three shotsâ€¦Notched a career-best 25 points (9-16â€”25) in 37 games in his final season with the Fighting Irishâ€¦Finished as a runner-up to current Griffin Luke Glendening (Michigan) for the CCHA Best Defensive Forward awardâ€¦Ranked among team leaders with nine goals (4th), 16 assists (3rd), five power play goals (T3rd) and one shorthanded goal (2nd)â€¦Opened the season with a pair of two-point games while recording 12 points (4-8â€”12) in his first 10 games overall, 10/14/11-11/15/11â€¦Registered 21 points (7-14â€”21) in the teamâ€™s first 20 games, 10/14/11-1/7/12â€¦Notched a season-high three points (2-1â€”3), 1/7/12 at Minnesota.
2010-11: Notched 22 points (5-17â€”22) in 40 games with the Fighting Irish as a sophomoreâ€¦Finished seventh on the team in scoringâ€¦Recorded assists in each of the teamâ€™s first three games, 10/8/10-10/14/10â€¦Racked up a collegiate career-high four points (1-3â€”4), 1/7/11 at Northern Michiganâ€¦Contributed four multi-point games overallâ€¦Tallied five points (2-3â€”5) in a five-game stretch, 3/13/11-3/27/11, to help Notre Dame earn a spot in the NCAA Frozen Four, where it lost in the semifinal round to eventual champion Minnesota-Duluth.
2009-10: Recorded 17 points (6-11â€”17) for Notre Dame as one of the youngest players in the NCAA, beginning his collegiate career at the age of 17â€¦Tied for fourth on the team with three power play goals and ranked second with 96 shotsâ€¦Tied for the team lead in scoring by freshmanâ€¦Scored his first collegiate goal in his first game, 10/9/09 vs. Alabama-Huntsvilleâ€¦Racked up an early-season five-game point streak, with five points (1-4â€”5) from 11/14/09-11/27/09.
2008-09: Logged 40 games for St. Catharines in Canadaâ€™s junior B ranks and recorded a team-high 73 points (27-46â€”73)â€¦Honored with the Ontario Hockey Association Junior B Top Prospects Award following the season in a presentation at the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto.