Cameron Schilling (D)
2014-15: Notched two assists and a plus-1 rating in the season opener on Oct. 11 at NOR…Scored one goal on Nov. 1 at WOR...Tallied two assists on Nov. 8 vs. HFD.
2013-14: Picked up his first point of the season with an assist on November 3 vs. Norfolk…Scored his first goal of the season, was plus-1 and was named number three star on January 4 vs. Rochester…Scored one goal and was plus-1 on January 11 vs. Springfield…Scored the empty-net goal and was plus-2 on January 18 vs. Bridgeport…Recalled by Washington on March 6…Returned to Hershey on March 7…Notched two assists, was plus-3 and was named number three star on April 6 at Bridgeport…Tied for the Bears’ lead in plus-minus (+14)….2012-13: Scored his first professional regular-season goal, the eventual game-winner, on October 19 at Binghamton...Recorded one assist and a plus-3 rating on October 20 vs. Rochester...Posted one assist, was plus-2 and was named number three star on October 28 vs. Wilkes-Barre/Scranton...Scored one goal and was plus-1 on November 25 vs. Toronto...Scored one goal and was plus-1 on December 15 vs. Worcester...Recalled from loan by Washington on January 13...Returned on loan to Hershey on January 15...Scored the game-winning goal, was plus-2 and was named number one star on February 2 vs. Manchester...Scored one goal and was plus-1 on February 9 vs. Binghamton...Tallied two assists and was plus-2 on March 2 vs. Norfolk...Notched the game-winning goal and added one assist, was plus-1 and was named number two star on March 3 vs. Syracuse...Recalled from loan by Washington on March 12...Made NHL debut at Verizon Center against the Carolina Hurricanes on March 12...Returned to Hershey on March 16...Recorded one assist and was plus-1 on March 23 at Manchester...Scored game-tying goal on April 19 at Adirondack….2011-12: Joined Hershey on April 1 and made his AHL debut at Binghamton...Went scoreless in seven regular-season contests...Posted goals in back-to-back Calder Cup playoff contests on April 25 and 27 against Wilkes-Barre/Scranton...Recorded 14 points (one goal, 13 assists), 20 penalty minutes and a plus-13 rating in 39 games as a senior at Miami University of Ohio...helped Miami to a 24-15-2 record during the regular season before falling to the University of Massachusetts-Lowell in the NCAA tournament...helped Miami finish the regular season with the top-ranked defense in the CCHA, allowing just 1.97 goals per game...signed by the Washington Capitals to a two-year entry-level contract on March 27...signed by Hershey to an amateur tryout agreement on March 28...Made Bears debut on April 1 vs. Binghamton, going scoreless with a plus-1 rating...Made Calder Cup Playoffs debut on April 20 at WB/Scranton….2010-11: Won CCHA Best Defensemen of the Week (Dec. 17-Jan. 2)...played in 38 games, missing just one against Michigan State (Jan. 22)...recorded 17 points on 3 goals and 14 assists, notching two multi-point games (Oct. 15 vs. St. Cloud State and Oct. 22 vs. Northern Michigan)...tallied one power play goal against Northern Michigan (Oct. 22)...earned a plus-19 rating, fifth highest on the team...recorded +4 against Northern Michigan (Oct. 23)... tied for second on the team for blocked shots with 36….2009-10: Played in 42 games, missing just the Jan. 30 game vs. Western Michigan and March 20 vs. Ferris State in the CCHA third-place game... tallied the game-winner against Alabama-Huntsville in the first round of the NCAA tournament, his first career game-winning goal... selected to the All-Midwest Regional Team... totaled 20 points (4g, 16a), second amongst Miami defensemen... scored his first career goal against New Hampshire on Oct. 16... finished with a +19 rating on the year, fourth on the team... tallied three assists twice, once in a win over Notre Dame (Dec. 5) and another against Bowling Green (Feb. 13)... blocked a career-high six shots against Ferris State (Jan. 15) and totaled 34 on the year... scored the first goal in the CCHA quarterfinal series finale against Ohio State (Mar. 14)... had three assists as well during the series... tallied a pair of power-play goals on the year, Jan. 29 vs. Western Michigan and the game-winner vs. UAH. …2008-09: Played in 25 games during his freshman campaign... did not scored a goal, but dished out seven assists... recorded the first point of his collegiate career against Michigan State (Jan. 17)... notched a pair of assists at Ohio State (Feb. 28) for his first multi-point game... named to the NCAA West Regional All-Tournament Team... had a plus-three rating against Denver in the regional semifinal... earned an assist on the game-winning goal in the final against Minnesota-Duluth (March 28)... finished the year with a plus-four rating.