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Adam Tambellini
Adam Tambellini
Center  - NYR
(tam-buh-LEE-nee, A-duhm)
Number: 82
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 179
Shoots: Left
Born: Nov 1, 1994  (Age 19)
Birthplace: Port Moody, BC, Canada
Drafted: NYR / 2013 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 3rd (65th overall) PROSPECT BIO
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.

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.