22 - Steve Moses
Steve Moses
Born: 8/9/89
Height: 5-9
Weight: 170
Year: Sr. (AC)
Hometown: Leominster, Mass.
Position: F
Team: Jr. Bruins (EJHL)
S/C: R
Moses' 2011-12 Stats

2011-12: Moses skated in all 37 games for the Wildcats… led the team in points and goals with 35 and 22 respectively… had 13 assists on the year… had a seven game, ten point streak from 12/30/11 to 01/27/12… contributed six multiple-point efforts… added 11 power-play points, ranked first on the team… registered a career high four goals against Alabama-Huntsville on 11/26/11 and Dartmouth on 01/14/12… scored the game-winning goal at Providence on 01/11/12 and at Merrimack on 01/14/12… was a semifinalist for the Walter Brown Award… was named Hockey East Player of the Week on 1/16 and Hockey East Co-Player of the Week 11/28… honored as Service Credit Union Student-Athlete of the Week 1/16… was Player of the Game at the RiverStone Cup with his four goal performance against Dartmouth.
2010-11: Moses skated in all 39 games of his junior season, racking up 26 points on 14 goals and 12 assists... Scored a goal in both quarterfinal games vs. Vermont, helping them move onto the semifinals against Merrimack, where Moses scored the team’s only goal in a 4-1 loss... Was third on the team in goals with 14, fifth in points with 26, and third in shots with 134... Moses also contributed 11 points in eight games during the month of February and finished with five multiple goal efforts, including two three-point performances (2/18, 2/26)... Moses was one of 10 Wildcats named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team.

2009-10
: Moses skated in all 39 games for the ‘Cats… Tallied 24 points on 18 assists and six goals… Notched one game-winning goal… Owned a +11 plus/minus rating… Potted a season-high two goals against Maine (10/24)… Registered multiple points in seven games… Recorded 14 blocks on the season.

2008-09: Moses recorded 13 points (5g, 8a) in 33 games and was tied with Blake Kessel for the team lead among freshmen… Scored a pair of game-winning goals for the Wildcats… Recorded three multi-point nights, including a two-goal performance against Providence on Feb. 13 and a two-assist effort against Dartmouth on Jan. 17… One of eight Wildcats named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team.

Before UNH: Moses played in 96 games over three years for the Junior Bruins of the Eastern Junior Hockey League...In that span, he totaled 96 points on 37 goals and 59 assists and was an All-Star selection...In 2006, was named to the EJHL USA Hockey National Junior roster to participate in the annual Jamboree...In 2007, the center notched 11 goals along with an impressive 36 assists, a total which ranked fifth in the league...On the season, he finished 23rd in the league in points as he tallied a total of 47...He was also awarded the EJHL Player of the Week on Jan. 19, 2007.

Career Milestones: Career-high three points on two occasions... First goal Nov. 15, 2008 at Boston College... First assist Oct. 11, 2008 vs. Wisconsin.

Personal: Born in Leominster, Massachusetts on August 9, 1989 to Stephen and Tammy Moses...Shoots right...Majoring in business...Aside from hockey he enjoys working out and surfing...Lists his favorite athlete as Sidney Crosby and lists his dad as the person he admires most outside of sports.


MOSES' CAREER STATISTICS

Year GP G-A-P +/- PIM PPG GWG SHG
2011-123722-13-35-68-16742
2010-113914-12-26+1310-23111
2009-10396-18-24+1113-26010
2008-09 33 5-8-13 E 3-6 0 2 0
Totals 148 47-51-98 +18 31-65 8 8 3
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