New York Rangers
New York Rangers
Adam Tambellini
AdamTambellini
POSITION: Center
HEIGHT: 6' 2"
SHOOTS: Left
WEIGHT: 179
BIRTHDATE: 11/01/1994
AGE: 19
BIRTHPLACE: Port Moody, BC, CAN
DRAFTED: NYR: 2013-65 overall
COLLEGE/ JUNIOR CAREER
2013-14:
Split the season between the University of North Dakota of the National Collegiate Hockey Conference (NCHC) and the Calgary Hitmen of the Western Hockey League (WHL) … Registered two goals and two assists for four points, along with 31 penalty minutes in 16 games with North Dakota … Tallied his first collegiate point with a goal in his collegiate debut on October 11 vs. Vermont … Recorded his first collegiate assist on October 12 vs. Vermont … Skated in 31 games with the Hitmen, registering 17 goals and 22 assists for 39 points, along with 10 penalty minutes … Ranked fifth on the team in goals and seventh on the team in points … Recorded a point in 21 of 31 games with Calgary … Registered 12 multi-point games, including three three-point contests … Registered a four-game point streak on two occasions – from January 18 at Medicine Hat to January 26 vs. Edmonton (two goals, four assists) and from February 5 at Victoria to February 11 vs. Prince Albert (five goals, two assists) … Tallied his first career hat trick on February 15 at Lethbridge … Registered five goals and four assists for nine points, along with two penalty minutes and a plus-five rating in six playoff games … Led the team in goals, tied for the team lead in points and plus/minus rating, and tied for fourth on the team in assists in the playoffs … Registered a point in five of six playoff games … Tallied his first career playoff point with an assist in his WHL playoff debut on March 20 vs. Kitchener … Recorded his first career playoff goal, added two assists, and posted a plus-two rating on March 22 vs. Kitchener.

2012-13:
Established BCHL career-highs in goals (36) and points (65), and matched a career-high in assists (29) ... Tied for third in the league in goals ... Ranked second on the team in points ... Helped lead Surrey to the BCHL championship, registering a league-best 10 playoff goals along with eight assists.