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2   Martin Nolet
Martin Nolet

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Quebec City, Quebec

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 205

Position:
D

Birthdate:
10/02/1986

Last Team:
Champlain College



Nolet Named UMass Winter Scholar Athlete

  • 2006-07 Martin Nolet Gallery

    As a Senior in 2009-10: Game-by-Game Statistics
    One of the league's top defenseman who adds a physical presence yet is still able to jump into the offensive rush ... key member of both power play and penalty kill unit ... one of 20 finalists for the Lowe Senior Class award ... paired with Justin Braun on UMass top defensive pairing ... Notched an assist and finished with a plus-3 rating against Maine (3/5) ... Scored a power-play goal on three shots against Boston University (1/29) ... Had a plus-1 rating against UMass Lowell (1/15) ... Had a career-high five shots on net and finished with a plus-1 rating against Merrimack (12/12) ... Had one shot on net and finished with a plus-1 rating against Lowell (12/5) ... Finished with an even rating against BC (12/4) ... Had one shot on net against Quinnipiac (11/28) ... Had one shot on net and finished with an even rating against Vermont (11/24) ... Had two shots on net and finished with an even rating in an overtime win against Yale (11/19) ... Scored a goal, had two shots on net, and finished with a plus-1 rating against UNH (11/14) ... Had one shot on net and finished with an even rating against UNH (11/13) ... Recorded two shots on net and finished with an even rating in a road win against Niagara (11/8) ... Recorded his first multi-point game of the season with two points on two assists and finished with a plus-2 rating against Niagara (11/6) ... Recorded one shot on net against Providence (10/31) ... Scored a goal to tied the game, had three shots on net and finished with a plus-2 rating in a win against Providence (10/30) ... Recorded his first goal of the season and finished with an even rating against Maine (10/23) ... Recorded his first point of the season with an assist on Matt Irwin's goal and finished with a plus-1 rating against BU (10/16) ... finished with an even rating against RPI (10/8)

    As a Junior in 2008-09: Game-by-Game Statistics
    Named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team for the third year earning a spot on the Academic All-Star Team as he held the highest GPA among league defensemen...Named the UMass Winter Male Scholar-Athlete...Played in 38 games scoring nine points on two goals and seven assists...Had 26 penalties for 84 minutes...Recorded one multi-point game of the season when he registered a goal and an assist in overtime win against Boston College (11/22)...Scored his second goal of the season against Providence (1/16)...Key component in both UMass' power play and penalty kill.

    As a Sophomore in 2007-08: Game-by-Game Statistics
    Played in 31 games...finished the season with six points on two goals and four assists... named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team for the second straight year ... registered 17 penalties for 53 minutes and took 23 shots on goal...scored one power play goal during the season...tallied an assist at Merrimack to help propel the Minutemen to the playoffs (3/8)...recorded an assist against #15 Northeastern (2/16)...scored a goal against Vermont (2/26)...tallied an assist against #4 Colorado College in the Championship of the Lightning College Hockey Classic (12/30)...started at forward for the first time in his collegiate career against Union, recording a goal and an assist (11/25).

    As a Freshman in 2006-07:Game-by-Game Statistics
    Named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team ... Played in 32 games ... Started in the top defensive pairing ... Totaled four points on one goal and three assists ... Finished with a +6 rating, 14 shots on goal, and 35 penalty minutes ... Had an even rating or better in his first eight games ... Assisted on a goal vs. Providence (2/10) ... Picked up an assist at Union College (11/25) ... Credited with his first collegiate assist at New Hampshire (10/28) ... Scored his first career goal in his first game, the season opener vs. Sacred Heart (10/13).

    Before UMass: Attended Champlain College in Lennoxville, Quebec where he played for coach Judes Vallee ... He recorded 12 points in 19 games with the Cougars (five goals, seven assists) ... Became the second Minuteman drafted by the Los Angeles Kings (Jon Quick) when he was selected in fifth round (No. 144 overall) of the 2006 NHL Entry Draft ... Recipient of the 2005-06 Guy Lafleur Award (Junior AAA), presented by the Montreal Canadiens, for his excellence in the game of hockey as well as in academic pursuits.

    Personal: Martin Nolet ... Born October 2, 1986 in Quebec City, Canada ... Son of Mario Nolet and Kathleen Hayes ... A Pre-Med major.

    Season GP G A Points Shots Shot% Pen-Min +/- PPG SHG GWG
    2006................ 32 1 3 4 14 .071 12-35 +6 0 0 1
    2007................ 31 2 4 6 23 .087 17-53 -6 1 0 0
    2008................ 38 2 7 9 39 .051 26-84 -1 0 0 0
    2009................ 36 5 4 9 39 .128 20-59 -3 2 0 0
    TOTAL............... 137 10 18 28 115 .087 75-231 -4 3 0 1

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