Mike Glumac (RW)
||Niagara Falls, ON
LAST SEASON: Shot game winning shoot out goal on Mar. 16 @ MILâ€¦ Tallied his 250th career professional point with a goal on Jan. 3 vs. OMAâ€¦Participated in his 200th AHL game on Nov. 24 vs. OMAâ€¦Played in three games with the Blues this season, posting one assist November 16 vs. EDMâ€¦Made his season debut on Nov. 14 @ Calgaryâ€¦ Recalled from Peoria on Nov. 12 and is in his second stint with the teamâ€¦Skated in his 300th professional game on Oct. 28 @ HOUâ€¦Tallied his 50th AHL point on Oct. 18 @ ALBâ€¦Has played in 13 games with Peoria, notching 10 points (4g, 6a)â€¦Registered a point in five straight games (2g, 3a) and eight points in (3g, 5a) to begin the season.
CAREER: 2005-06: Split the season with St. Louis and Peoriaâ€¦Recorded 12 points (7g, 5a) in 33 games for the Bluesâ€¦Tallied a career high 57 points (25g, 32a) in 49 games for Peoriaâ€¦Collected a career high 32 assists, while leading Peoria in goals (25), plus-minus rating (+18), and GW goals (7)â€¦Tied for the Rivermen team lead for most assists in a game with three on 12-2 vs. GRAâ€¦Scored first career NHL goal in a regionally televised Blues game on NBC on 2-4 vs. DALâ€¦Picked up first career NHL point with an assist in his NHL debut for St. Louis on 1-30 vs. CGY. 2004-05: Limited to just 45 GP due to a broken ankle but still ranked tied for second in power play goals (7), sixth in goals (12) and seventh in points (29) and assists (17). 2003-04: Finished second among all AHL Rookies and first on the IceCats with 52 pointsâ€¦Finished second among AHL rookies and lead the IceCats with 28 goals and 9 power play goalsâ€¦Finished first among all AHL Rookies with 206 shotsâ€¦Finished tied for second among all AHL Rookies and on the IceCats with five game-winning goalsâ€¦Finished first on the IceCats a plus 14 ratingâ€¦One of two IceCats (Blake Evans) to appear in all 80 IceCats gamesâ€¦Established new IceCats franchise rookie record with 28 goalsâ€¦Named IceCats Rookie of the Yearâ€¦Named the AHL Rookie of the Month for Marchâ€¦Notched first AHL goal on 10/17 in Providenceâ€¦Named to the ECHL All-Rookie Team. 2002-03: Spent the majority of the season with the Pee-Dee Pride of the ECHL, collecting 69 points (37g, 32a), all professional career highs, along with 49 penalty minutesâ€¦Ranked first on the team with 37 goals and 9 power play goalsâ€¦Finished third on the team in points (69) and assists (32)â€¦Ranked tied for first in the AHL in plus/minus (plus-37)â€¦Led all AHL rookies with 37 goals, 252 shots, tied for first in game-winning goals with 7 and fourth in points with 69â€¦Skated in two games with the Cleveland Barons of the AHLâ€¦Named to the ECHL All-Rookie Team. 2001-02: Recorded collegiate career highs in goals (15) and points (23)â€¦Led Miami University with 15 goals and tied for second in points with 23 while playing in all 36 games. 2000-01: Established career highs with nine goals, 10 assists and 19 total points, ranking eighth on the team in overall scoringâ€¦tied for second on the team with six power play goalsâ€¦Enjoyed a career-best performance of two goals and an assist in Miamiâ€™s Jan. 27 defeat of Bowling Greenâ€¦Tallied seven of his nine goals in CCHA play, including five of his six power play strikesâ€¦Ended the season by scoring in six of the last seven gamesâ€¦Ranked second among the junior class in scoring. 1999-2000: Was the only sophomore to play in all 36 games, one of only five players on the team to do so and led the sophomores in penalties (22/52)...Posted his first career multiple-point game vs. Ohio State with a goal and an assist to help the RedHawks to a 5-0 shutout of the Buckeyes (Dec. 3)â€¦Finished seventh on the team, second among sophomores, in scoring with 13 points on eight goals and five assistsâ€¦Scored four of his eight goals on power plays. 1998-99: Earned his first letterâ€¦Played in all but one gameâ€¦Scored his first collegiate goal vs. Bowling Green (Oct. 10) in a 5-5 tie.