|Team:||Spruce Grove (AJHL)|
2012-13: | Stats | Photos
Team captain ... skated in all 39 games ... recorded 15 points on two goals and 13 assists ... tallied an assist on the game-winning goal in the NCAA Northeast Regional semifinal game vs. Denver ... in 27 Hockey East league games, tallied nine points (1g, 8a) ... career highs in assists (three) and points (three) in the season opener against St. Cloud State (10/12) ... opened the season with an assist in four consecutive games ... also had multiple-points games against Maine (11/04; 2a) and Merrimack (01/26; 1g, 1a) ... assisted on the game-winning goal vs. Boston U. (10/20) and at Maine (11/04) ... team is 10-1-0 when he recorded a point.
2011-12: | Stats | Photos
Hardowa appeared in 36 games for UNH… compiled 16 points on six goals and 10 assists… notched 37 blocks, which was third on the team… recorded three power-play goals… tallied on a five-game point streak from 11/25/11 to 11/26/11… contributed two points in a 3-2 overtime win at Providence on 2/4/12.
2010-11: | Stats |Photos
Hardowa played in all 39 Wildcat games… Had 10 points on three goals and seven assists… Collected 44 blocks, ranking fourth on the team… Appeared in three Hockey East postseason games, adding a game-winning assist in the game vs. Vermont (3/12) to send UNH into the semifinals... Was named UNH’s Most Improved Player.
2009-10: | Stats
Hardowa played in 29 games for UNH… Recorded two points, both on assists… Defensively, he notched 12 blocks… One of eight Wildcats named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team.
Career Milestones: Career-high one goal on multiple occasions...Career-high two points on multiple occasions... Career-high two assists on Nov. 5, 2010 at Boston College... First goal Oct. 8, 2010 at Miami.
Before UNH: Hardowa played three years in the Alberta Junior Hockey League (AJHL), leading the Spruce Grove Saints to the 2008-09 regular season title… Hardowa led all defensemen in the AJHL, scoring 63 points in 61 games on 20 goals and 43 assists… He was a two-year captain and in 2008-09 was voted the league’s most outstanding defensemen and co-MVP.
Personal: Born in Edmonton, Alberta on November 15, 1988 to Ron and Elaine Hardowa… Shoots right… A business major… Lists his parents Ron and Elaine as the people he admires most outside of sports... Lists Tiger Woods as his favorite athlete.