| Tommy Wingels
Drafted by San Jose in 2008 in the 6th round and signed with the Sharks in June of 2010 after his junior season.
Served as team captain... a second-team All-CCHA performer... named "Best Defensive Forward" in the CCHA... one of six RedHawks to start all 44 games this season... ranked fourth on the team with 42 points (17g, 25a)... had three multi-goal games while the 17 goals were second on the team... tied for eighth in the CCHA in points per game during conference play with 1.0 per game... ranked third in the CCHA with 15 goals during conference play... tied for eighth in the CCHA with 11 power-play points (6g, 5a)... tied for fourth in the CCHA with six power play goals... tied for second in the CCHA in game-winning goals with five (also tied for seventh nationally)... tallied a career-high five points, with four goals and an assist, against Ohio State (Dec. 11)... the four goals scored against Ohio State were his first career hat trick and marked a career high for goals scored... scored short-handed Nov. 20 at Western Michigan... matched a career high in assists with three against UNH (Oct. 16)... finished with a +18 rating... led the team with 158 shots... blocked 29 shots.
One of six RedHawks to play in all 41 games this year... tallied 28 points on 11 goals and 17 assists (fifth-most on the team)... had a pair of multiple-goal games -- two each vs. RPI (Dec. 14) and vs. Bemidji State (April 9)... has single scores on seven other occasions... had two power-play and one shorthanded goals... also found the empty net once... tallied game-winning goals against Michigan (Nov. 22) and Western Michigan (Dec. 7)... credited with three assists at Ohio State on Feb. 28... had a pair of assists on two other occasions... notched a career-high four points against RPI (Dec. 14)... registered his second and third plus-three rating games during the year (RPI and Bemidji State... had two goals and an assists in the national semifinal win... tallied two assists in the NCAA West Regional semifinal win over Denver (March 27)... was fourth on the team with 115 shots... whistled for 29 penalties for 66 minutes... was a plus-two overall.
Played in all 42 games... scored 15 goals and dished out 14 assists to total 29 points... received 11 penalties and 22 penalty minutes... recorded three power-play goals and one game-winner... posted a +10 rating for the season... tallied eight multi-point game during the year, including three assists vs. Western Michigan (Feb.
23)... scored a goal against Bowling Green March 14 in the CCHA playoffs... tallied eight goals and 19 assists in CCHA regular-season play... has a plus-10 rating in league games.
Prior to Miami
Played the 2006-07 season with Cedar Rapids of the United States Hockey League (USHL)... scored 10 goals, including two game-winners, and added 18 assists in 47 regular-season games... helped the RoughRiders to a 37-18-5 regular-season record and second-place finish in the USHL's East Division... tallied a goal and an assist in six Clark Cup playoff games... named Most Valuable Player for the the East Division team at the 2007 USHL Prospects/All-Star Game... recognized as the USHL Offensive Player of the Week (Oct. 31)... skated with Team Illinois of the Midwest Elite AAA Hockey League (MWEHL) in the 2005-06 and 2004-05 campaigns... notched 22 goals, including two power-play goals, while also securing 10 assists in 37 games.
Majoring in accounting... son of Robert and Karen Wingels... played with current RedHawk Pat Cannone in Cedar Rapids.