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Michael St. Croix
Michael St. Croix
Center  - NYR
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 180
Shoots: Right
Born: Apr 10, 1993  (Age 21)
Birthplace: Winnipeg, MB, Canada
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Drafted: NYR / 2011 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 4th (106th overall) PROSPECT BIO
PROFESSIONAL CAREER
2013-14:
Split the season between the Hartford Wolf Pack of the American Hockey League (AHL) and the Greenville Road Warriors of the East Coast Hockey League (ECHL) … Recorded two penalty minutes in 13 games with the Wolf Pack … Made his AHL debut on October 23 vs. Portland … Skated in 53 games with Greenville, registering 17 goals and 31 assists for 48 points, along with 12 penalty minutes … Led all rookies on the team in assists and points, and finished second among rookies on the team in goals … Ranked third on the team in assists, fourth on the team in points, and fifth on the team in goals … Registered his first career goal and assist as part of a two-point effort in his ECHL debut on October 18 at Gwinnett … Posted 11 multi-point efforts, including a team-high, six three-point contests … Tallied 13 points (four goals, nine assists) in nine games in December; named runner-up for ECHL rookie of the month in December … Recorded at least one point in 17 of 23 games from December 28 vs. Elmira to March 13 vs. Gwinnett (nine goals, 18 assists over the span) … Tallied a six-game assist/point streak from January 26 at Toledo to February 8 at South Carolina (one goal, eight assists) … Registered four goals and 11 assists for 15 points, along with six penalty minutes and a plus-seven rating in 18 playoff games … Tied for second on the team in assists and plus/minus rating and tied for third on the team in points in the playoffs … Made his playoff debut on April 18 at Kalamazoo … Tallied his first career playoff point with an assist on April 23 vs. Kalamazoo … Posted an eight-game point streak from April 26 vs. Kalamazoo to May 12 at Wheeling (four goals, six assists) … Recorded a point in 12 of the final 14 playoff games (four goals, 10 assists over the span).

JUNIOR CAREER

2012-13: Established career-highs in power play goals (20) and power play assists (24) ... Matched a career high in games played (72) ... Led the WHL in power play goals ... Tied for fifth in the WHL and tied for first on the team in power play assists. Ranked seventh in the WHL and led Edmonton in points (92) ... Finished 11th in the WHL and second on the team in assists (55) ... Ranked second on the team in goals (37) ... Recorded a career-high, four-goal effort on Dec. 16 vs. Regina ... Tallied three goals in a game on two occasions – Oct. 19 vs. Moose Jaw and Mar. 6 at Regina ... Tied a career-best 12-game point streak from Jan. 18 vs. Medicine Hat to Feb. 8 at Brandon (seven goals, 12 assists over the span) ... Posted 29 multi-point efforts, and recorded three or more points in ten games. Selected as WHL Player of the Week for Feb. 25 – Mar. 3, registering two goals and seven assists for nine points in three games ... Established playoff career-highs in games played (22), goals (13), assists (13), points (26), penalty minutes (14), and plus-minus rating (plus-17) ... Tied for first in the WHL and the team in plus-minus rating. Ranked second in the WHL and led Edmonton in playoff goals ... Finished third in the WHL and led Edmonton in playoff points ... Ranked ninth in the WHL and finished third on the team in playoff assists ... Recorded a career-high four points in a playoff game on Apr. 24 at Calgary (one goal, three assists) ... Scored two goals in a game on four occasions – Mar. 26 at Kootenay, April 9 at Medicine Hat, Apr. 30 vs. Calgary, and May 10 at Portland ... Tallied a game-winning goal in overtime on May 10 at Portland ... Registered a four-game point streak from Apr. 24 at Calgary to Apr. 30 vs. Calgary (four goals, four assists). 2011-12: Established career-highs in games played (72), goals (45), assists (60), points (105), power play goals (18), penalty minutes (49), and plus/minus rating (plus-40) with the Edmonton Oil Kings of the Western Hockey League. ... Ranked seventh in the WHL in goals and plus/minus rating, eighth in points and fifth in power play goals. ... Led the team in goals, assists, points and power play goals, and ranked second in plus/minus rating. ... Posted a career-high, 32 multi-point efforts, including six games with four or more points and three hat tricks. ... Established playoff career-highs in games played (20), goals (seven), assists (12), points (19) and power play assists (six). ... Tied for sixth in the league during the playoffs in points and power play assists, and eighth in goals. 2010-11: Led the Oil Kings in assists (48), ranked second in points (75) and power play goals (nine), and third in goals (27) and plus/minus rating (plus-28).

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

June 25, 2011 –- Selected by the Rangers in the fourth round, No. 106 overall, of the 2011 NHL Entry Draft.