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31   Gabe Winer
Gabe Winer


Stoughton, Mass.

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 190



Last Team:
Governor Dummer

  • 2005-06 Gabe Winer Photo Gallery

    As a senior in 2005-06: Had season high 40 of 42 saves at St. Lawrence (10/14) ... Had 31 of 33 saves against Holy Cross (10/21) ... Had 35 of 39 saves against Maine (10/29) ... Had 17 of 20 saves against Providence (11/5) ... Earned first win of the season vs. Colorado College making 42 saves (11/25) ... Only allowed a power play goal in win over Merrimack (12/6) ... Stopped 33 of 34 shots in win over Army (12/30) ... Held Merrimack to just one goal each night for back to back wins (1/6 & 1/7) ... Made 38 saves on 40 shots at New Hampshire (1/20) ... Stopped 37 of 40 shots for his sixth win at New Hampshire (1/21) ... Recorded 21 saves and received a disqualification for fighting in win over UMass Lowell (2/4) ... Recorded first shutout since Princeton (12/29/04) to defeat Vermont (2/17) ... Held Northeastern to a tie on the road making 34 saves on 36 shots (2/24) ... Defeated Northeastern on Senior Night in last game at the Mullins Center (2/25).

    As a junior in 2004-05: Game-by-Game Statistics
    Starting goalie, playing in 29 games for a record of 10-16-2, while collecting 1653:06 playing minutes ... Finished the season with a 3.09 GAA and .889 save percentage ... Currently holds the UMass career records for wins and GAA, as wwell as the ssingle-season marks for games played, minutes and GAA ... Recorded two shutouts on the season vs. Providence (10/30) and Princeton (12/29) ... Had an outstanding 51 save performance in preserving a 3-3 (OT) tie against Boston College (11/12) ... Was named CCM/Hockey East Player of the Week for his efforts against Boston College (11/15) ... Helped the team to victory by making 25 saves in 3-2 OT win against UMass Lowell (10/22) ... Only allowed one goal on 25 shots against Northeastern (3/4), leading the UMass to 2-1 win ... Recorded 39 saves in 3-2 (OT) loss to Boston College (3/11) in the first round of the Hockey East Playoffs.

    As a sophomore in 2003-04: Game-by-Game Statistics
    Had another solid season following his record-breaking freshman season ... Finished the season with a 14-13-6 record, a 2.60 GAA and an .887 save percentage ... Set school records in games played (34), minutes (2,050) and GAA ... Stopped 59 shots in UMass' triple-overtime loss to Maine in the Hockey East finals, after missing the previous three games with an injury ... The total is the second most in UMass' Division I history ... Posted his first career shutouts against Merrimack (11/7) and Maine (1/17) ... The shutout against Maine handed the Black Bears their only home loss of the season ... Selected as Hockey East Goalie of the Month in January, in which he posted a 4-3-0 record, a 1.58 GAA and a .924 save percentage ... Named to the Hockey East Honor Roll eight times throughout the season ... Started the season 4-0-0 with a .916 save percentage and a 1.75 GAA ... Allowed two or fewer goals in 18 of his 34 starts ... Allowed only a late power play goal against New Hampshire (2/6) in a 4-1 victory ... Gave up one or fewer goals in 10 contests.

    As a freshman in 2002-03: Game-by-Game Statistics
    Had one of the finest goaltending seasons in UMass history ... Posted a 17-12-1 record with a 3.10 GAA and an .871 save percentage ... The 17 wins were a school record and ranked fourth in the country among freshmen ... Was named Hockey East Rookie of the Week on Nov. 4 after stopping 43 of 48 shots in a weekend split against Providence and Northeastern ... Was named Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week after stopping 24 of 25 shots in a 1-0 loss to Maine (11/9) ... Named Hockey East Rookie of the Week following the Hockey East Quarterfinals sweep of Maine (3/6-7) ... Made a career-high 34 saves in a loss to Maine (2/22) ... Stopped 59 of 65 shots in a sweep of UMass Lowell in mid-November to give the Minutemen the Alumni Cup ... Stopped all six shots in 25 minutes in a shootout victory over Ohio State (12/28) ... Was strong late in the year and in third periods of games ... Over the last six games of the season, Winer made 145 of 161 saves (.901), while posting a 4-2-0 record.

    BEFORE UMASS: Played four seasons for Peter Kravchuck at Governor Dummer Academy ... Finished his final season with a 14-8-0 record while posting a school-record 1.82 goals against average and a .920 save percentage ... Had six shutouts as a senior ... Compiled a 40-33-2 career record with a 2.53 goals against average and a .905 save percentage with 10 shutouts ... Team captain as a senior ... Helped team to a 10-6 record in Keller Division play ... The 10 wins are a school record for most victories ... Won the prestigious John Carlton Award in 2002, which is presented annually by the Boston Bruins to the high school senior "who combines exceptional hockey skills with academic excellence" ... A three-time All-ISL selection ... Winner of the 2002 Flood Shield Award ... Named All-New England as a senior ... Earned the Hockey Night in Boston Top Goaltender Award in 2000 ... Won the Carl Apescosolido, Jr., Award given annually to the top student-athlete at Governor Dummer Academy ... B'nai Brith All-Scholastic in 2000 ... Played in the East/West Senior All-Star Game in 2002 ... Team MVP as both a junior and senior ... Also played lacrosse at GDA.

    PERSONAL: Gabriel R. Winer ... Born May 1, 1984, in Stoughton, Mass ... Son of Janice Winer ... A Legal Studies major.

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