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Paul Carey
Paul Carey
Number: 28
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 190
Shoots: Left
Born: Sep 24, 1988  (Age 27)
Birthplace: Boston, MA, United States
Drafted: COL / 2007 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 5th (135th overall)
2013-14: Spent most of the season with the Lake Erie Monsters (AHL) but also saw time with the Colorado Avalanche…Was recalled by the Avalanche on March 10 and made his NHL debut on March 12 vs. Chicago…Played in 12 of Colorado’s final 17 contests and finished the season with six shots…Also appeared in three NHL playoff contests…Made his Stanley Cup Playoff debut in Game 1 of the Avalanche’s first-round series vs. Minnesota on April 17…Skated in 54 regular-season games with Lake Erie and tallied 21 points (8g/13a)…Tied for the team lead with three game-winning goals.

2012-13: Ranked fourth on the Lake Erie Monsters (AHL) with 41 points (19g/22a) in 72 games during his first full professional season…Finished tied for third on the club in goals and tied for fourth in assists…Scored six power-play goals, third-most on the squad…Compiled an eight-game point streak (5g/5a) from Feb. 12-26, the longest streak by a Monsters player in 2012-13.

2011-12: Capped off his collegiate career by helping Boston College win the 2012 NCAA championship…Was named to the Frozen Four All-Tournament Team after scoring three goals in the Frozen Four, including the game-winner in the national title game against Ferris State on April 7 in Tampa, Fla.…It was Carey’s second national championship, as he also won as a sophomore at B.C. in 2010…Appeared in all 44 games for the Eagles, tallying 18 goals and 12 assists for 30 points…Finished fourth on the team in goals and was seventh in points…Ended his college career with 86 points (45g/41a) in 147 games…Following the NCAA season, Carey signed an entry-level contract with the Avalanche on April 11 and reported to Lake Erie (AHL)…Appeared in two games for the Monsters.

2010-11: Dressed in 38 of Boston College’s 39 games as a junior…Ranked fourth on the Eagles in goals (13) and was seventh in points (26).

2009-10: Helped Boston College capture its fourth national championship by collecting 21 points (9g/12) in 41 games during his sophomore season…Scored a goal in BC’s victory over Miami (Ohio) University in the Frozen Four semifinals on April 8…Dressed in all but one game throughout the season.

2008-09: Skated in 24 games during his freshman season at Boston College, tallying nine points (5g/4a).

Totaled 66 points (34g/32a) in 60 games with the Indiana Ice (USHL)…Finished third on the team and fifth in the league in scoring…Earned spots on the All-USHL Second Team and the USHL All-Rookie Team…Ranked second in the league in goals (34) and shots (241)…Topped all USHL skaters with 16 power-play goals…Scored a goal in the 2008 USHL Prospects/All-Star Game…Added one goal and two assists in four playoff contests.

2006-07: Played for Salisbury High School in Connecticut, tallying 27 points (16g/11a) in 24 games.
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