Mike Glumac ()
||Niagara Falls, ON
LAST SEASON: Shot game winning shoot out goal on Mar. 16 @ MIL… Tallied his 250th career professional point with a goal on Jan. 3 vs. OMA…Participated in his 200th AHL game on Nov. 24 vs. OMA…Played in three games with the Blues this season, posting one assist November 16 vs. EDM…Made his season debut on Nov. 14 @ Calgary… Recalled from Peoria on Nov. 12 and is in his second stint with the team…Skated in his 300th professional game on Oct. 28 @ HOU…Tallied his 50th AHL point on Oct. 18 @ ALB…Has played in 13 games with Peoria, notching 10 points (4g, 6a)…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 Peoria…Recorded 12 points (7g, 5a) in 33 games for the Blues…Tallied a career high 57 points (25g, 32a) in 49 games for Peoria…Collected a career high 32 assists, while leading Peoria in goals (25), plus-minus rating (+18), and GW goals (7)…Tied for the Rivermen team lead for most assists in a game with three on 12-2 vs. GRA…Scored first career NHL goal in a regionally televised Blues game on NBC on 2-4 vs. DAL…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 points…Finished second among AHL rookies and lead the IceCats with 28 goals and 9 power play goals…Finished first among all AHL Rookies with 206 shots…Finished tied for second among all AHL Rookies and on the IceCats with five game-winning goals…Finished first on the IceCats a plus 14 rating…One of two IceCats (Blake Evans) to appear in all 80 IceCats games…Established new IceCats franchise rookie record with 28 goals…Named IceCats Rookie of the Year…Named the AHL Rookie of the Month for March…Notched first AHL goal on 10/17 in Providence…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 minutes…Ranked first on the team with 37 goals and 9 power play goals…Finished third on the team in points (69) and assists (32)…Ranked tied for first in the AHL in plus/minus (plus-37)…Led all AHL rookies with 37 goals, 252 shots, tied for first in game-winning goals with 7 and fourth in points with 69…Skated in two games with the Cleveland Barons of the AHL…Named to the ECHL All-Rookie Team. 2001-02: Recorded collegiate career highs in goals (15) and points (23)…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 scoring…tied for second on the team with six power play goals…Enjoyed a career-best performance of two goals and an assist in Miami’s Jan. 27 defeat of Bowling Green…Tallied seven of his nine goals in CCHA play, including five of his six power play strikes…Ended the season by scoring in six of the last seven games…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)…Finished seventh on the team, second among sophomores, in scoring with 13 points on eight goals and five assists…Scored four of his eight goals on power plays. 1998-99: Earned his first letter…Played in all but one game…Scored his first collegiate goal vs. Bowling Green (Oct. 10) in a 5-5 tie.