|Hometown:||Thousand Oaks, Calif.|
2012-13: | Stats | Photos
Skated in all 39 games ... recorded 23 points on 15 goals and eight assists ... atop the team leaderboard in power-play goals ... tied for the lead in goals ... ranks fifth in points and second in shots (132) ... tied for sixth in plus/minus (+7) ... recorded a team-high nine shots in the NCAA Northeast Regional semifinal game vs. Denver (03/29) ... in 27 Hockey East league games, recorded 19 points (11g, 8a) ... tied a career high of two points six times, most recently Feb. 22 with two goals at Vermont ... also tied his personal best of two goals in consecutive games at Maine (11/04) and vs. Vermont (11/10) ... recorded a point in 17 of 38 games... team had an 11-4-2 record when he tallied a point ... scored the game-winning goal vs. St. Cloud State (10/13) and at Maine (11/04) ... assisted on the game-winner vs. Merrimack (01/26).
2011-12: Block skated in 36 games for the Wildcats… contributed 15 points on five goals and 10 assists… scored a career-high two goals in a 3-2 victory over Northeastern on 2/10/12… had the game-winning goal against Northeastern on 2/10/12... A Hockey East All-Academic team selection.
2010-11: | Stats | Photos
Block appeared in 32 regular -season games during his sophomore season… Totaled nine points with four goals and five assists… Played in four postseason games, including the quarterfinal series vs. Vermont, where he netted a goal in Game 2 that sparked a three-goal spurt and turned a 1-0 deficit into a 3-1 lead.
2009-10: | Stats
Block appeared in 25 games for the ‘Cats… Registered three points with one goal and two assists… Potted an unassisted goal at UMass-Lowell (11/7)... Tallied four blocks on defense.
Career Milestones: Career-high two goals on Feb. 10, 2012 vs. Northeastern... First goal Nov. 7, 2009 at UMass-Lowell… Career-high two assists on multiple occasions... Career-high two points on multiple occasions.
Before UNH: Block played two years in the North American Hockey League (NAHL) for the Fairbanks Ice Dogs and served as the team captain for 2008-09 campaign… As a second-year player, he led the league in scoring with 83 points (29 goals and 44 assists) in 57 games… He followed up his successful season with 11 points in six playoff games on seven goals and four assists, was named the NAHL Forward of the Year and was a first-team All-Star selection.
Personal: Born in Denver, Colorado October 10, 1989 to Randy Block and Shellie Jernigan… Shoots right… A business major… Father Randy played football at Northern Arizona… Lists Steve Yzerman as his favorite athlete and his father as the person he admires most outside of sports.