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Kyle Lawson
Kyle Lawson
Number: 68
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 205
Shoots: Right
Born: Jan 11, 1987
Birthplace: Southfield, MI, United States
Drafted: CAR / 2005 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 7th (198th overall)
2010-11 SEASON
Split the season between the AHL and ECHL, appearing in 18 AHL games with Charlotte… Earned 12 assists in 51 regular-season games with Florida (ECHL)… Skated in all four of Florida’s Kelly Cup Playoff games, as the Everblades were eliminated in the first round by Kalamazoo.


Entering 2011-12, had one assist in 28 career American Hockey League (AHL) games and 12 assists in 51 career ECHL games… Totaled 90 points (17g, 73a), 138 penalty minutes and earned a plus-41 rating in 161 career collegiate hockey games with Notre Dame (CCHA), ranking eighth all-time for Irish defensemen in career scoring… Represented the United States at the 2007 World Junior Championship in Sweden, serving as an alternate captain and helping the Americans capture the bronze medal… A product of the U.S. National Team Development Program, also represented the United States at the Four Nations Tournament and the Under-18 World Championship during the 2004-05 season… Was an alternate captain on the 2004 Under-18 Select Team that finished fourth at the World Cup… Spent 2005-06 with Tri-City of the United States Hockey League (USHL), leading all Storm defensemen with nine goals and 13 assists (22 points) in 49 games… Was named to the CCHA’s All-Rookie Team after totaling four goals and 15 assists (19 points) in 38 games during his freshman season at Notre Dame in 2006-07… In 2007-08, led UND defensemen in scoring (26 points) and was an honorable mention All-CCHA selection… Served as an alternate captain for the Irish in 2008-09 and totaled 23 points (4g, 19a) in 40 games… Earned Second Team All-CCHA honors, was named the CCHA’s Top Defensive Defenseman and won the William Donald Nyrop Award as Notre Dame’s top defenseman for 2008-09… Was again first among Irish defensemen in scoring with 22 points (4g, 18a) in 2009-10, winning the William Donald Nyrop Award for the second consecutive season… Made his professional debut for Albany (AHL) vs. Syracuse (3/14/10)… Recorded an assist for his first pro point vs. Worcester (3/17/10).