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Brian Dumoulin
Brian Dumoulin
Number: 43
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 207
Shoots: Left
Born: Sep 6, 1991  (Age 23)
Birthplace: Biddeford, ME, United States
Drafted: CAR / 2009 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 2nd (51st overall) PROSPECT BIO
2010-11 SEASON
Completed his sophomore season with Boston College, leading all Eagles defensemen and ranking tied for third overall on the team with 33 points (3g, 30a)… Was second among Boston College skaters in assists (30)… Led all Hockey East defensemen with 23 points (2g, 21a) in 27 league games, earning Hockey East Best Defensive Defenseman honors for the season… Was a unanimous selection to the All-Hockey East First Team… Ranked sixth among collegiate defensemen in points per game (0.89) and 14th among all NCAA skaters in assists per game (0.81)… Had 10 multi-assist games… Represented the United States at the 2011 II HF World Junior Championship in Buffalo, helping the Americans capture the bronze medal… Led Team USA defensemen in the tournament with a (+4) rating and earned two assists in six games… Earned three assists vs. UMass-Lowell (1/22)… Also tallied three helpers in a 7-6 ovetime victory against Northeastern (2/14) in the Beanpot championship game… Had five consecutive multi-assist  games from 12/3-1/8, and was named Hockey East Co-Defensive Player of the Week on 1/10.


Had 55 points (4g, 51a) and 22 penalty minutes in 79 collegiate games for Boston College entering the 2011-12 season… Was one of the youngest players in the 2009 NHL Draft, turning 18 only nine days before the cutoff… Was rated 61st by NHL Central Scouting entering the draft… Had 13 goals and 48 assists (61 points) in 24 games for Biddeford High School in 2007-08… Notched seven goals and 23 assists (30 points) in 41 games to help lead the New Hampshire Junior Monarchs to the Eastern Junior Hockey League (EJHL) regular-season championship in 2008-09… Was named the EJHL’s 2008-09 Defensive Player of the Year… Led Boston College defensemen with 21 assists and ranked second among Eagles blueliners with 22 points during his freshman season in 2009-10… Led team with a Hockey East best plus-40 plus/minus rating, helping Boston College capture the 2010 NCAA National Championship… Was named to the 2009-10 Hockey East All-Rookie Team… Earned his first career collegiate point with an assist in a 4-4 tie at New Hampshire (11/6/09)… Netted his first collegiate goal vs. New Hampshire (3/6/10)… Earned All-Tournament honors at the 2010 NCAA Frozen Four in Detroit, after tallying three assists and a (+4) rating in victories vs. Miami (4/8/10) and Wisconsin (4/10/10) at Ford Field.