19 Mike Sislo
19 Mike Sislo
Birth Date: 1/20/88
Height: 5-11
Weight: 188
Year: Sr. (C)
Hometown: Superior, Wis.
Position: F
Team: Green Bay (USHL)
S/C: R

Sislo's 2010-11 Stats
Sislo  skated in all 39 games for the Wildcats… Registered 29 points on 15 assists and 14 goals… Ranked second on the team with four power-play goals… Ranked first on the squad with two short-handed scores… Posted 13 assists and nine goals in Hockey East play… Registered multiple points in seven games... One of eight Wildcats named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team.

2008-09: Sislo earned the Most Improved Player Award in his second season in Durham…Totaled 31 points, which was the second most on the team, on a team-high 19 goals and 12 assists… Hidden in those totals are six power-play goals, two short-handed goals and two game-winners...Named Hockey East Player of the Week (Dec. 15)…Named INCH National Player of the Week (Dec. 16)…Selected as Hockey East Player of the Month for December…Ranked second in Hockey East in shorthanded goals and seventh in goals…Ranked 19th nationally in goals per game… Notched a Whittemore Center record six-point (4g, 2a) effort Dec. 11 versus Holy Cross…Recorded seven multi-point efforts including putting up a goal and two assists in UNH’s 6-5 win over North Dakota in the NCAAs.

2007-08: Sislo skated in all 38 games, recording three goals and five assists for eight points along the way…Tallied his first collegiate point in a Nov. 10 win versus Boston College…Potted his first career goal Feb. 1 at Vermont…Had a multiple-assist night Jan. 12 versus UMass-Amherst.

Career Milestones: Career high: six points on Dec. 11, 2008 vs. Holy Cross; first assist: Nov. 10, 2007 vs. BC; first goal: Feb. 1, 2008 at Vermont.

Before UNH: Sislo skated for the Green Bay Gamblers of the USHL, notching 49 points (23g, 26a) in 60 games, after a six point season in 57 games in 05-06...He ranked second of the team in goals scored.

Personal: Born in Duluth, Minnesota on January 20, 1988 to Brian and Karen Sislo...Shoots right...A health management and policy major...His Uncle, Mike Gotelaere played for the UMD Bulldogs...The athlete he admires the most is Brett Favre...Aside from hockey, he enjoys golf, hunting and fishing.


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