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23   Chris Capraro
Chris Capraro


Medford, Mass.

Height / Weight:
5-7 / 180



Last Team:
Austin Prep

  • 2005-06 Chris Capraro Photo Gallery

    As a Senior in 2006-07:
    Game-by-Game Statistics

  • Scored a goal in the Hockey East semi-final game vs. New Hampshire (3/16).
  • Recorded three assists in a victory at Northeastern (2/25).
  • Scored the game-winning goal with 2:05 left at No. 16 Vermont (2/16).
  • Had a goal and an assist at UMass-Lowell (1/26).
  • Had points in back-to-back games vs. then-No. 2 UNH with a power play goal and assist (1/19-20/07).
  • Had four assists against Niagara (12/1/06), a new career mark for assists.
  • Assisted one goal against Union College (11/25/06).
  • Scored two goals and assisted three in the UMass win over Connecticut (11/18/06).
  • Scored two goals and added an assist to pace the Minutemen to a 4-1 victory over Providence (11/3/06)

    As a Junior in 2005-06: Game-by-Game Statistics
    Played in 32 games ... Finished fourth on the team in scoring with 19 points on eight goals and 11 assists ... Second on the team power play goals with seven ... Ended the season with 10 penalties for 20 minutes ... Had an assist against Providence (11/4) ... Scored first goal of the season vs. Boston University (11/12) ... Had an assist and gamewinning goal vs. Colorado College (11/25) ... Recorded an assist vs. Merrimack (12/6) and vs. Army (12/30) ... Scored on the power play vs. Merrimack (1/6) and had an assist the next night vs. the Warriors (1/7) ... Recorded an assist at UMass Lowell (1/7) ... Scored his fourth goal of the season at New Hampshire (1/21) ... Assisted on two goals in win at UMass Lowell (2/4) ... Recorded an assist vs. Vermont (2/18) and another at Northeastern (2/24) ... Scored the only two UMass goals in tie at Maine (3/3) ... Tallied an assist vs. the Black Bears the following game (3/4) ... Scored both goals for the Minutemen during the postseason with a single tally in games one and two of the Hockey East Quarterfinals at Boston University ... Wore No. 23.

    2004-05: Did not compete.

    As a Sophomore in 2003-04: Game-by-Game Statistics
    Played in 25 games ... Finished fifth on the team in scoring with 18 points (3g, 15a) ... Eight of those assists came in Hockey East play ... Finished the season in a five-way tie for first with two gamewinners ... Recorded three assists in first game of season vs. Connecticut (10/9) ... Had a repeat three-point performance vs. St. Lawrence (10/18) with two goals and an assist ... Third goal of the season came vs. Holy Cross (10/24) ... Has three two-assist performances in November vs. Providence (11/1), Merrimack (11/8) and Vermont (11/25) ... Also added helpers vs. Providence (11/15), Harvard (12/13), Northeastern (1/29), Merrimack (1/31) and Boston University (2/21) ... Sent to the penalty box four times for eight minutes.

    As a Freshman in 2002-03:Game-by-Game Statistics
    Played in 35 games, accounting for 23 points (7g, 16a) ... Ranked third among Hockey East freshmen in scoring ... Named Hockey East Rookie of the Week on Dec. 9 ... Scored two of the team's biggest goals of the year with an overtime game-winner against Boston University (12/6) and a late third-period goal to defeat Boston College (1/3) ... 17 of his 23 points came in Hockey East play ... Scored UMass' second goal of the game in game two of the Hockey East quarterfinals against Maine (3/7) ... Tallied single goals against UMass Lowell (11/16), New Hampshire (1/19) and UConn (2/14) ... Had three multi-point games, including a three-point effort in a win over UMass Lowell (11/16) ... Scored points in 10 of 12 games from Nov. 30 to Jan. 19.

    Before UMass: Tabbed one of the top prep forwards in Massachusetts, after a stellar senior season that saw him score 71 points (34g, 37a) ... Tallied a remarkable 259 points (108g, 151a) during his prep career ... In 2001 and 2002, was named CCL MVP, Boston Herald Dream Team and Boston Globe Super Team ... Was the runner-up for the Boston Bruins John Carlton award that was won by current teammate Gabe Winer ... Austin Prep's all-time leading scorer ... Won several other honors including HNIB All-Star, Division I MVP and HNIB New England Public-Catholic Player of the Year in 2002 ... Played golf and baseball at Austin Prep.

    Personal: Christopher John Capraro ... Born Dec. 20, 1983, in Stoneham, Mass. ... Son of Ted and Lucille Capraro ... A sociology major.

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