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#20 Paul Crowder
Position: Forward
Height: 6'3"
Weight: 202
Year: Junior
Hometown: Victoria, B.C.
Club: Burnaby/BCHL
Experience: 2 Letters

2008-09: Team MVP ... Led UAA in points (33), assists (19), and short-handed goals (2), and tied for first in power play goals (6), game-winning goals (2) and plus/minus (+10) ... 33 points were most in single-season for a Seawolf since Curtis Glencross posted 34 in 2003-04 season ... ended 3-year career with 32 goals and 48 assists for 80 points ... scored two goals in two games and posted UAA’s longest point streak (6) on three different occasions throughout the season ... scored game-winner against UAF in Fairbanks for the 1-0 victory, helping Seawolves earn third straight Alaska Airlines Governor’s Cup ... member of WCHA All-Academic Team for second ... led UAA in conference rankings in scoring—tied for 19th (14-19-33) and  in assists—tied for 26th ... finished his Seawolf career tied for 34th in goals (32), 35th in assists (48) and 36th in points (80) ... signed three-year contract with New York Rangers at conclusion of season. 

 

2007-08:  Scored over 20 points for second consecutive season, tallying 23 in 35 games ... tied for second on team in points ... tied for team lead in assists with a career-best 16 ... tied for second in goals with seven ... tallied 4-9--13 totals in 27 WCHA games ... recorded team-best seven multi-point games ... scored two game-winning goals (Dec. 8 at Minnesota Duluth and Dec. 28 at Alaska Fairbanks) ... notched first-career hat trick and four-point outing (1 assist) Dec. 8 at UMD, leading UAA to 5-3 win  ... scored goals at even strength, shorthanded and on the power play ... the natural hat trick was the fourth all-time by a Seawolf skater since UAA joined the WCHA ... hat trick was also the seventh by a UAA player since joining the league ... posted four 2-assist games and two 1-goal, 1-assist outings ... recorded a career-high five-game point-scoring streak (Dec.8-29), scoring 5-5--10 totals ... fourth on UAA in shot attempts at 70 ... tied for 30th in the WCHA in points (all games) and tied for 25th in assists ... first on UAA in power-play points with 2-6--8 totals ... one of two Seawolves to record a shorthanded goal ... named WCHA Offensive Player of the Week (Dec. 11) ... took second-most faceoffs on team, earning a .505 winning percentage (won 308 of 588) ... earned WCHA All-Academic Team honors.

2006-07: Team’s second-most prolific scorer, tallied 11-13—24 totals ... one of  five UAA skaters to play in all 37 games ... only Seawolf rookie to skate in every game ... tied for first on team in goals (11),  tied for third in assists (13) and tied for second in power-play goals (4) ... notched game-winning goals Nov. 17 vs. North Dakota (6-2) and Dec. 30 against Alaska Fairbanks (4-2) ... recorded 6-11—17 in 28 WCHA outings ... second in shot attempts with 90 ... scored first collegiate point on an assist in season-opening 6-2 win over Merrimack ... had a point in a team-best 20 of 37 games ... team went 11-8-1 when he scored a point ... tied for ninth among WCHA freshmen in points and tied for seventh in goals (all games) ... tallied 4-1—5 in four games against rival Alaska Fairbanks (UAA went 3-0-1) ... registered four multiple-point games, including a pair of two-goal outings ... notched two goals against Wisconsin ( Nov.3) and  Alaska Fairbanks (Dec. 29) ... named WCHA Rookie of the Week (Jan. 2) for his series against UAF ... tallied second-most points by a Seawolf freshman since UAA joined the WCHA (1993-94) ...  tied for 15th all-time in points and tied for 11th in goals by a Seawolf freshman ... had a point against 12 of 13 opponents ... second in power-play points with 4-8—12 ... took second-most faceoffs (596), winning 267 (.453 win percentage) ... earned team’s Rookie of the Year award (voted by teammates).

 

BEFORE UAA: Played three seasons in the British Columbia Junior Hockey League, including the last two with the Burnaby Express ... was limited to just 14 regular-season games in 2005-06 due to injury, scoring 3-10—13 totals ... team’s fifth-leading scorer during the 2005-06 playoffs, tallying 8-12—20 totals in 16 games ... helped lead Burnaby to BCHL league title, Doyle Cup title (AJHL/BCHL champion) and Royal Back Cup title (Canadian Junior Hockey League champion) ... scored a career-best 58 points (19g, 39a) with Powell River in 2003-04 ... tallied 48 points in 2004-05 between stints with Surrey and Burnaby.

 

PERSONAL: Born February 12, 1985 in Victoria, B.C. ... son of Dick and Sally Crowder ... brother Tim plays hockey for Michigan State ... also has two sisters ... shoots right ... mathematics major.

 

CAREER STATS

Overall     GP    G     A     PTS   PEN-MIN     PPG   SHG   GWG

2006-07     37    11    13    24     13-26       4     0     2

2007-08     35    7     16    23      5-10       2     1     2

2008-09     35    14    19    33    22-44        6     2     2

TOTAL       107   32    48    80    40-80        12    3     6

 

WCHA        GP    G     A     PTS   PEN-MIN     PPG   SHG   GWG

2006-07     28    6     11    17     10-20       2     0     1

2007-08     27    4     9     13      5-10       1     1     1

2008-09     27    11    12    23    18-36        5     1     1

TOTAL       82    21    32    53    33-66        8     2     3

    

CAREER BESTS

Goals (game):     3     12/8/07 at Minnesota Duluth

Assists (game):   3     10/10/08 vs. UCONN

Points (game):    4     12/8/07 at Minnesota Duluth, 3-1--4)

 

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