|High School:||St. Andrew's College|
SIKURA'S CAREER STATS
2014-15 (Senior): Served as the team captain for the second year, appearing in all 33 games…Second on the team in scoring with 24 points on 10 goals and 14 assists…Was also second on the team in both goals and assists as well…Picked up his first point of the season with an assist on Eric Robinson's second period goal at Harvard on Nov. 1...Scored once and assisted on another in the Big Green's 4-3 come-from-behind OT win at No. 8 Union. His assist on an Eric Robinson goal in the second period was the 70th point of his career…Assisted on both Brad Schierhorn goals in the Dartmouth upset of No. 1 Boston University on Nov. 30 at Thompson Arena…Had his first two-goal game in three years when he netted a pair at Princeton on Dec. 6…Scored the game-winning goal in Dartmouth’s 3-1 upset of No. 10 Quinnipiac on the final game of the regular season in Hanover on Feb. 28…Picked up his final collegiate goal at Colgate in Game 2 of the quarterfinals on Mar. 14…Dartmouth was 6-3-0 when he scored a goal, 9-1-2 when he had an assist and 13-4-2 when he had a point.
2013-14 (Junior): Served as the team captain…Appeared in 25 games after missing nine straight from early January to mid-February with a leg injury…Finished the season with three goals and eight assists for 11 points…Did not score his first goal of the season until Dec. 11 at Union, a stretch of 12 games to start the year…Registered two assists in his first game back from injury at St. Lawrence on Feb. 14, helping the Big Green to a 3-1 win…Scored 51 seconds into overtime at home against Brown on Feb. 21, giving Dartmouth its first OT win in more than two years…Netted the lone goal in a 1-0 win at Cornell on Feb. 28, giving the Big Green their first shutout in Ithaca in more than a half century…Despite missing those games to injury, Sikura finished second on the team in power-play scoring with seven points on two goals and five assists… Tied Eric Neiley and Brad Schierhorn for the team lead in game-winning goals with two…Dartmouth was 2-1-0 when he scored a goal and 5-5-0 when picking up a point.
2012-13 (Sophomore): Played in all 34 games, one of just three players on the team to do so in 2012-13…Led the team in goals (12), assists (20) and points (32)…Named to the All-Ivy League First Team…Was tabbed as the ECAC Hockey Player of the Month for November after registering 10 points (4g/6a)…Ranked 11th in ECAC Hockey with 0.94 points per games and 10th in assists at 0.59…His two shorthanded goals were tied for the lead in ECAC Hockey…Finished with a team-high five goals on the power play…Was second on the Big Green with two game-winning goals…Led the team in league play with 13 assists and 19 points, while his six goals ranked fourth…Was whistled for just seven penalties for 25 PIMs…Scored a season-high four points in the 7-4 win over eventual national champion Yale with two goals and two assists on Nov. 2…Started the season with a seven-game point streak (5g/7a) and then a 10-game point streak (3g/9a) following a one-game break…Had a goal and two assists against Harvard in Game 2 of the first-round series against Harvard…Named the recipient of the Phelan Award as the team’s MVP as voted on by the players…Was named the captain of the 2013-14 team at the conclusion of the season.
Before Dartmouth: A dynamic offensive player with incredible potential...Rated one of the best puck handlers and passers in Ontario Junior Hockey...In 2010, he was third in the OJHL in playoff scoring with eight goals and 11 assists for 19 points...Improved his scoring his final season with 21 goals and 33 assists in 39 games.
Personal: Son of Glenn and Lorie Sikura...Has one older sister, Karlie, and a younger brother, Dylan, who began playing at Northeastern in 2014-15...Born in Markham, Ontario...Lives on a horse farm...Enjoys playing the guitar.