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#15 Jason Bourgea
Position: Forward
Height: 5'8"
Weight: 185
Year: Senior
City/State: South Burlington, Vt.
High School: Indiana Ice
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BOURGEA'S CAREER STATS

Year OVERALL
GP
G-A-P PIMS
ECACH
GP
G-A-P PIMS
2011-12 26 2-4-6 8   17 1-2-3 4
2010-11 11 3-2-5 6   7 1-2-3 6
2009-10 12 0-0-0 6   10 0-0-0

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Total 49 5-6-11 20
34 2-4-6 14

2011-12 (Junior): Suited up for 26 games, including 17 against league opponents...Scored two goals and added four assists for six points...Against ECAC Hockey foes, he registered one goal and two assists, while only being whistled for two penalties...Scored his first goal of the season against Brown on 1/27 at home...Found the back of the net right off the faceoff late in the third period of Game 1 at St. Lawrence that all but secured the game in favor of Dartmouth as it gave the team a two-goal lead...Helped set up Kyle Schussler's first goal of the season midway through the second period of Game 1 of the quarterfinals at Cornell that eventually forced overtime, picking up the second assist on the tally.

2010-11 (Sophomore): Played in 11 games with five points (3g, 2a) ... Started the season with a three-game scoring streak, helping Dartmouth to a 2-1 record.

2009-10 (Freshman): Played in just 12 games due to injury...Did not register a point...Whistled for just three minor penalties...Suited up in 10 ECAC Hockey games.

Before Dartmouth:
Played in the United States Select 15, 16 and 17 Festivals ... Led New England Prep School hockey in scoring in 2008 ... Was a New England Prep School All-State Selection his senior year ... Named the New England Prep School Player of the Year for 2008 ... His Indiana Ice team won the prestigious Clark Cup as the 2008-09 USHL Champions ... Was an ISL All-Star his junior and senior years ... Was the runner-up Prep Forward of the Year by US Hockey Reports ... US Hockey Reports named him to the All New England First Team in 2009 ... Went to St. Paul's School where he earned letters in hockey and baseball ... Team was the Division I New England Prep Runners-Up in 2008-09 ... Helped baseball team to the Babe Ruth State Championship two years in a row ... Was honored with the Form 1903 Hockey Medal which is awarded for all-around excellence in hockey; the person chosen must excel in individual play and team work as long as his record of sportsmanship has been perfect ... Named to the Boston Globe's All-Scholastic team in 2009.

Personal: Born in Burlington, Vt. ... Parents are Greg and Cindy ... Has one brother and one sister ... Sister, Kelly played field hockey at St. Michael's College in Colchester, Vt. ... Was a member of Vermont's little league team that made it to the Little League World Series Regional where the team was the Eastern Regional Runners-Up ... Was also a member of the Glades Midget National Championship team that was the first Vermont team to win a national championship ... Enjoys fly fishing and kayaking.


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