BARRE'S CAREER STATS
2015-16 (Senior): Named the winner of the Phelan Award (Team MVP) as well as the Friends of Dartmouth Hockey Scoring Leading Scorer Award...Led the team in goals (12), assists (14) and points (26)...Named to the All-Ivy League First Team...A two-time ECAC Hokcey player of the Week (Jan. 19 and Feb. 2)...Named to the Ivy League All-Academic Team...Finished his career with 108 career games played, tied for 60th all-time in program history...Picked up his first two goals of the season in a 7-3 win at home against Brown in Nov. 6...Scored just 55 seconds into the first period against No. 12 Yale on Nov. 7...Had a goal and two assists for three points in the Ledyard Classic opener against Robert Morris on Jan. 2...Posted three assists against Clarkson in a 5-2 home win on Jan. 15...Followed up with a goal and an assist the next night in a 4-2 win against St. Lawrence, including netting the game winner...Scored a pair of second-period goals and added an assist against No. 1 Quinnipiac on Jan. 29...Scored Dartmouth's second goal in a 2-0 win against Princeton on Jan. 30...Scored the game-winning goal against Colgate at home on Feb. 20, while adding another assist.
2014-15 (Junior): Appeared in 28 games…Finished ninth on the team in scoring with 10 points on six goals and four assists…Named the ECAC Hockey Player of the Week on Dec. 16 for his first multi-goal, three-point game on Dec. 14 at home against Sacred Heart in an 8-3 Dartmouth win…His diving, backhanded goal at UNH on Jan. 9 was named the named the No. 4 Play of the Year by NCAA.com in the days following the Frozen Four in April…Was not whistled for a penalty all season…Also scored one of the Big Green’s two goals against Boston College in the Ledyard Classic Championship Game on Jan. 3…Netted Dartmouth’s lone goal in Game 1 of the ECAC Hockey Quarterfinal series at Colgate on Mar. 13…His second tally vs. Sacred Heart proved to be Barre’s first career game-winning goal...Dartmouth was 2-2-1 when he scored a goal and 5-2-1 when he had at least a point.
2013-14 (Sophomore): Played in 27 games…Finished the season with one goal and six assists for seven points…Scored his first career goal in the season opener against Princeton at the Prudential Center in Newark as part of the Liberty Shootout on Oct. 25…Registered three points in the Ledyard Classic, including one against Providence on Dec. 29 and a career-high two against Northeastern (Dec. 30) the following afternoon…Registered assists against BU (Jan. 8) and UNH (Jan. 11)…Had his final assist of the season at home on Feb. 1 against Princeton in a 5-3 victory… Dartmouth was 0-1-0 when he scored a goal and 2-3-1 when picking up a point.
2012-13 (Freshman): Played in 24 games…Did not register a goal, but did have six assists…Picked up his first career point with an assists on a Brad Schierhorn goal late in the second period of a game at Colgate on Nov. 16…Had assist in three straight games against Bentley (Dec. 1), Vermont (Dec. 5) and then-No. 2 New Hampshire (Dec. 30)…Registered his final point of the season with an assist against Colgate at home on Feb. 26…Was whistled for just one minor penalty all season.
Before Dartmouth: Played one season with the New Jersey Hitmen of the EJHL...Prior to the Hitmen, he played three seasons at the Salisbury School from 2008-11...In his lone season in New Jersey, he totaled 16 goals and 25 assists for 41 points in 35 games played...In six playoff games in 2011-12, he scored once and added nine assists for 10 points...His final year at Salisbury featured 15 goals and 21 assists for 36 points in just 25 games...Served as team captain his final season of high school hockey, a year that also saw him earn the Roswell H. Rudd Award as team MVP...Part of teams that won Founders League Championships in 2009 and 2011...His 2009 Salisbury team won the New England Prep School Championship with a 20-4-3 record...Also played lacrosse while in high school.
Personal: Son of Craig and Maureen Barre...Has one sister...His mother swam for the University of Hawaii...Great Grandfather Howard Fahey '15 played for the Dartmouth hockey team in its first decade of existence...Recipient of several high academic honors.