|Hometown:||Salmon Arm, B.C.|
|Team:||Salmon Arm (BCHL)|
2008-09: Kipp played in 27 games during his
freshman season, tallying two points on a goal and an
assist… Recorded his first career goal versus Vermont on
March 6… Handed out his first assist in an NCAA win over
North Dakota on March 28… One of eight Wildcats named to the
Hockey East All-Academic Team.
Before UNH: Kipp skated in 169 games in his three-year career for his hometown Salmon Arm Silverbacks of the British Columbia Hockey League (BCHL)...During his final season, he played in 66 games and tallied 53 points...Among defensemen, he ranked third in assists and fourth in total points...In both the 06-07 and the 07-08 seasons, the Silverback captain played on the championship winning Team Canada West in the World Junior A Challenge...He served as the team’s assistant captain in 2008 for the Canada West squad...In the season prior, Kipp totaled 45 points on 35 assists and 10 goals in 55 games.
Career Milestones: First goal March 6, 2009 at Vermont; first assist March 28, 2008 vs. North Dakota.
Personal: Born in Salmon Arm, British Columbia on April 9, 1988 to Larry and Michelle Kipp...Shoots right...Majoring in business administration...Aside from hockey he enjoys playing baseball...Lists Steve Yzerman as his favorite athlete and his mom and dad as the people he admires most.