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30   Tim Warner
Tim Warner

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Waltham, Mass.

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 186

Position:
G

Birthdate:
03/03/1983

Last Team:
Avon Old Farms


2003-04: Appeared in only seven games, but made the most of his appearances... Earned the starts in UMass' Hockey East quarterfinal series as well as the semifinals, propeling the Minutemen to the Hockey East finals... Tied a career-high with 39 saves and allowed three goals in a 6-3 victory over the River Hawks in game one of the Hockey East quarterfinals... Was called upon to start the second game of the series, playing in back-to-back games for the first time in his career... Responded by allowing only one goal and making 22 saves in the series-clinching triumph... Stopped 27-of-29 shots in the Hockey East semifinals against New Hampshire (March 19), lifting the Minutemen to their first-ever finals appearance... Stopped 15-of-16 shots in a loss to Harvard in almost 40 minutes of action... Saw limited duty in three other games.

2002-03: Warner appeared in six games for the Minutemen, posting a 2-2-0 record with a 4.30 GAA and an .813 save percentage... Stopped 16-of-19 shots in a 5-3 win over Iona... Made 11-of-14 saves in a 5-3 win over Princeton (12/1)... Stopped all seven shots in a shootout victory over Ohio State in the Florida Everblades College Classic... Made a season-high 24 stops against Providence (2/1)... Stopped 15-of-19 shots in a loss to Boston College (1/31)... Made 14-of-19 saves in the season-opening loss to Boston College (10/13).

2001-02: Played in 10 of the team's 34 games making six starts... Finished the season with a 1-6-0 record while posting a 5.16 goals against average and an .856 save percentage... Made 30 or more saves in four of the six games he started... Recorded his first collegiate victory when he replaced Mike Johnson to start the third period against Connecticut (11/11)... Made 28 saves against Colorado College in his first career start (10/20)... Stopped a season-high 39 shots against St. Cloud State (1/4)... Had 35 saves against Boston College (1/7)... Made 33 saves against Providence (11/2)... Stopped 32 shots against New Hampshire (1/19)... Made 22 saves in two periods of action against Maine (2/22).

BEFORE UMASS: Played two seasons for John Gardner at Avon Old Farms... Recorded 14 wins while posting a 2.10 goals against average and a .931 save percentage as a senior... Helped team win the 2000 New England Prep School championship as a junior... Named the playoff MVP... First team All-New England Prep School... Founders League first team All-Star... Played for the Massachusetts Prep/Private All-Star team in Hockey Night in Boston... Named to the New England Prep School West All-Star team... Named HNIB Prep School Goaltender of the Year... Played for the Eastern Mass Senators in the Tier I national championship... Named National Festival goaltender MVP... Played two seasons for Dan Shine at Arlington Catholic.

THE TIM WARNER FILE: Timothy Paul Warner... Son of Paul and Robyn Warner... Born March 4, 1983, in Newton, Mass.... Majoring in history... Older brother, Mike, was a forward for the Minutemen.

WARNER'S CAREER STATS...
Year	GP	GS	Minutes	GA	GAA	Saves	Sv %	SO	Record
2001-02	10	6	418:28	36	5.16	214	.856	0	1-6-0
2002-03	6	5	278:57	20	4.30	87	.813	0	2-2-0
2003-04	7	3	248:13	8	1.93	109	.932	0	3-1-0
CAREER	23	14	945:38	64	4.06	410	.865	0	6-9-0

WARNER'S HOCKEY EAST STATS... Year GP GS Minutes GA GAA Saves Sv % SO Record 2001-02 6 4 266:29 20 4.50 130 .867 0 0-4-0 2002-03 3 2 138:57 14 6.05 53 .791 0 0-2-0 2003-04 2 0 21:25 0 0.00 5 1.000 0 0-0-0 CAREER 11 6 426:51 34 4.78 188 .847 0 0-6-0

Warner versus... Opponent (Sv. % - GAA) Boston Col. 0-2-0 (.831-5.42) Boston U. 0-0-0 (1.000-0.00) Col. Coll. 0-1-0 (.800-7.00) Maine 0-0-0 (.000-6.88) Neb-Omaha 0-0-0 (.500-5.70) New Hamp. 1-1-0 (.880-4.00) Princeton 1-0-0 (.786-3.00) Providence 0-2-0 (.877-4.05) UMass L. 2-0-0 (.938-2.00) RS Tour. 0-0-0 (1.000-0.00) HE Tour. 3-0-0 (.936-2.00) QF 2-0-0 (.938-2.00) SF 1-0-0 (.931-2.00)

Inside the numbers... Shutouts: 0 30-save games: 5 SH Goals Allowed: 1 Overtime Goals Allowed: 1 Longest Shutout Streak: 62:49 (3/12/04 to 3/19/04) Fewest Goals Allowed: 0 vs. Ohio State (12/28/02; 20:00) Most Goals Allowed: 7 vs. Colorado Coll. (10/20/01) Most Saves: 39 (Two Times) Fewest Saves: 0 vs. Maine (11/30/01; 12:20) Most Shots Faced: 44 vs. St. Cloud State (1/4/02)

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