Mark Van Guilder
MarkVan Guilder
HEIGHT: 6' 1"
BIRTHDATE: 01/17/1984
DRAFTED: undrafted
CAREER NOTES: Made his NHL debut on March 30, 2014 in a 4-3 shootout victory over the Washington Capitals… Named the Admirals Man of the Year, and a finalist for the Yanick Dupre Memorial Award for his outstanding contributions to the Milwaukee community for the fourth consecutive season in 2013-14… Scored 14 goals for the second consecutive season in 2013-14, with five being game winners, good for third on the team and tied for 17th in the AHL… Tied for the Milwaukee team lead in plus/minus rating in 2012-13 (+15)… Ranked third on the 2011-12 Admirals in game-winning goals (3), and third among club forwards in plus/minus rating (+8)... Played his first full season at the AHL level in 2010-11… Tied for fourth on the Admirals in goals (3) during the 2011 postseason… Amassed all 11 (6g-5a) of his 2009-10 ECHL points in his final 10 games of the season… Assigned to the Cyclones following Milwaukee’s elimination, where he led the club to the 2010 Kelly Cup… Led Cincinnati skaters in points per game during the 2010 postseason (1.07)… Scored both the game-opening goal (53 seconds into the game) and game-winning goal (with 49 seconds remaining in regulation) in Game One of the 2010 Kelly Cup Final vs. Idaho… Paced Cincinnati in goals (26), assists (44) and points (70) as a rookie in 2008-09… Ranked fourth in ECHL rookie points and tied for 10th in overall league points in 2008-09… Ranked second on the Cyclones in plus/minus rating (+19)… Registered 98 points (42g-56a) in 163 games during a four-year career at the University of Notre Dame (2004-08)… Never missed a game during his collegiate career… Captained the Irish to the 2008 NCAA National Championship Game as a senior… A 2008 Lowes Senior CLASS Second-Team All-American and one of 10 finalists for the Lowes Senior CLASS Award… Ranked third on N.D. in points (30) in 2007-08… Ranked second on the 2006-07 Fighting Irish in goals (18)… Named Notre Dame’s most improved player for the 2005-06 season… Won the 2003-04 Anderson Cup with the Tri-City Storm (USHL) in 2003-04… Selected Pioneer Press Male Athlete of the Year for 2002… A finalist for Minnesota’s Mr. Hockey Award in 2002… A four-year letterwinner and All-State selection as a senior in lacrosse at Roseville High School, leading the team to a pair of state championships… Also an All-State selection in football as a senior free safety for Roseville High School.