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#22 Brad Malone
Position: Forward
Height: 6'2"
Weight: 212
Year: Senior
Hometown: Miramichi, New Brunswick
High School: Sioux Falls-USHL
Major: Recreation and Tourism Studies

Brad Malone
Courtesy: FightingSioux.com
Release: 07/21/2010
Career: First New Brunswick native ever to play for the Fighting Sioux ... Leads all active Sioux in shorthanded goals (three) and penalty minutes (221) career penalty minutes.

2009-10 (Junior): Appeared in all 43 games and established career highs in points (25), goals (11), assists (14), game-winning goals (two), shorthanded goals (two) and plus/minus (+14) ... Led all UND forwards in plus/minus and ranked third overall on the team ... His +8 in road games tied for the team lead with Jake Marto ... Led UND's regular centers in faceoff percentage (57.3%) ... Led the team with a career-high 102 penalty minutes ... Scored game-winning goal shorthanded and had an assist in UND's 4-3 win over top-ranked Denver in the WCHA Final Five semifinal (March 19) ... Named to UND's Subway Holiday Classic All-Tournament Team after scoring a goal in each game against No. 1 Miami and Ohio State ... Had a career-high three assists in 4-1 win at Michigan Tech (Nov. 7) ... Had a goal and was a +3 in UND's 6-0 win over Minnesota in Game One of their WCHA playoff first round series (March 12) ... Scored game-tying goal with 1:42 remaining in regulation and set up Matt Frattin's overtime winner in 3-2 win at No. 13 Colorado College (Feb. 26) ... Had two assists and was a +2 the following night in 3-2 UND win, clinching home ice in the first round of the WCHA playoffs for the Sioux ... Earned third letter.

2008-09 (Sophomore): Achieved career highs in games (41), points (17), goals (five), assists (12) and penalty minutes (75) ... Increased his point production by 14 from the previous season, the highest improvement on the team ... Had a goal and an assist in NCAA Northeast Region semifinal against New Hampshire (March 28) ... Enjoyed his first career two-point game with a pair of assists in a 5-0 win at Michigan Tech (Jan. 17) ... Scored the game-winning goal - the first game-winner of his career - in a 6-2 win at Alaska Anchorage (Feb. 21) ... Scored his first career shorthanded goal in 3-1 win vs. UAA (Feb. 15) ... Posted a +11 plus/minus rating over his final 20 games ... Put together a career-best four-game points streak from Dec. 5 to Dec. 13, accounting for a goal and three assists during that stretch ... Earned second letter.

2007-08 (Freshman): Appeared in 34 games and scored a goal and two assists ... Made his collegiate debut in the season opener against Michigan State (Oct. 13) and collected his first career point with an assist ... Scored his first career goal against Minnesota (Dec. 7) in a 4-2 win ... Led all Sioux freshmen with 44 penalty minutes ... Earned first letter.

Before UND: Drafted in the fourth round (105th overall) by the Colorado Avalanche in the 2007 NHL Entry Draft ... Spent the 2006-07 season with the Sioux Falls Stampede in the United States Hockey League ... Scored 14 goals and had 19 assists along with 134 penalty minutes in 57 regular season games ...Had three goals with one assist in eight games in 2006-07 playoffs ... Previously played for Cushing Academy (Mass.) Prep School ... Was a member of Team Atlantic, comprised of players from each of Canada's four Atlantic provinces that represented Atlantic Canada at 2006 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge, held in December 2005-January 2006 in Regina, Saskatchewan.

Personal: Majoring in recreation and tourism studies ... A 2007 graduate of O'Gorman High School in Sioux Falls, S.D. ... Son of Jim and Vicky Malone ... Father was 1980 first round pick (14th overall) of the New York Rangers ... Cousin, Ryan Malone, played college hockey at St. Cloud State and currently plays for the NHL's Tampa Bay Lightning ... Uncle Greg Malone, a scout for the Phoenix Coyotes, was a 1976 second round choice of the Pittsburgh Penguins and spent 11 seasons in the NHL.

Malone's Career Overall Statistics:

Year   GP   G   A  PTS       PEN PPG SHG GWG  +/-
2007-08 34 1 2 3 18/44 0 0 0 E
2008-09 42 5 12 17 32/75 0 1 1 +5
2009-10 43 11 14 25 39/102 0 2 2 +4
Totals 118 17 28 45 89/221 0 3 3 +9

Malone's Career WCHA Statistics:

Year   GP   G   A PTS       PEN PPG SHG GWG  +/-
2007-08 23 1 0 1 17/42 0 0 0 -2
2008-09 26 3 9 12 21/53 0 0 0 +9
2009-10 28 5 12 17 28/72 0 0 0 +6
Totals 77 9 21 30 66/167 0 0 0 +13

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Ralph Engelstad - October 5, 2001

It is great sadness that this statement will not hold true!
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