|Hometown:||Grand Forks, N.D.|
Career: UND is 12-0-0 all-time when Lamoureux scores a goal.
2010-11 (Junior): Earned his second straight WCHA All-Academic selection ... Named to Athletics Director's Fall Honor Roll ... Established career highs in points (17) and assists (14) ... Was a plus-10 over his last 11 games ... Snapped a 4-game point drought when he scored his first career short-handed goal to open the scoring in UND's 6-1 win over No. 5 Denver in the NCAA Midwest Region championship (March 27) ... Won a team-leading 61.6 percent of his faceoffs in seven playoff games ... Established a personal-high of four points when he recorded four assists in UND's 11-2 win at Michigan Tech (March 5), tying the most by a Sioux all season ... Was also a plus-3 in that game ... Finished the regular season-ending series at MTU (March 4-5) with five assists and a plus-5 ... Notched his first career power-play goal in UND's 6-2 win vs. St. Cloud State (Dec. 4) ... Earned third letter.
to WCHA All-Academic team ... Co-recipient (w/ Evan Trupp) of UND's Cliff
"Fido" Purpur Award for "hard work, determination and being a creator of
excitement on the ice" ... Established career highs in games played (42),
points (12), goals (seven), assists (five), game-winning goals (two) and
plus/minus (plus-4) ... Had 11 shots on goal in three games at WCHA Final Five,
third-most on the team ... Enjoyed his first two-goal game in a 5-1 win over
No. 6 Minnesota Duluth (Feb. 20) and was named the game's first star ... Scored
game-winning goal in regular season finale, a 3-2 win over Michigan Tech (March
6) ... Also scored game-winner in 5-0 win at Alaska Anchorage (Oct. 23) ... Put
together a career-long 4-game point streak in UND's first four WCHA games of
the season, notching two goals and two assists during that
time ... Registered 13 shots on goal while short-handed, second only to Evan
Trupp's 14 ... Had a career-high 85 penalty minutes to rank fifth on the team
... Earned second letter.
2008-09 (Freshman): Appeared in 24 games and tallied three goals and three assists ... Five of his six points came during WCHA play ... UND went 3-0-0 when Lamoureux scored a goal ... Recorded a plus or even plus/minus rating in 21 of his 24 games ... Scored his first career goal (the game-winner) in a 3-2 win over No. 17 St. Cloud State (Dec. 12) ... That goal was also his first collegiate point ... Enjoyed his first multi-point game with a goal and an assist in a 4-2 win at St. Cloud State (Jan. 31) ... Made his collegiate debut against Massachusetts (Oct. 11) at the Ice Breaker Tournament in Boston ... Earned first letter.
Before UND: A 2007 graduate of Grand Forks Central High School ... Spent the previous four seasons with the Tri-City Storm of the USHL ... The franchise's all-time leading scorer with 129 points in 236 career games ... Appeared in 60 games in 2007-08 and collected 41 points (9g, 32a) and 152 penalty minutes ... Scored a career-high 15 goals in 60 games in 2006-07 ... Added 19 assists and 100 penalty minutes ... Scored another two goals and two assists in nine playoff games in 2006-07.
Personal: Majoring in entrepreneurship ... Son of Pierre and Linda Lamoureux ... Father was a goaltender and three-time letterwinner at UND from 1979-82 and played on UND's 1980 and 1982 NCAA championship teams ... Mother was a swimmer at UND ... Sisters, Monique and Jocelyne, are junior forwards at UND and both won silver medals with Team USA at the 2010 Winter Olympics ... Brother, Jean-Philippe, was a goaltender for the Sioux from 2004-08 and split the 2010-11 season between the Abbotsford Heat (AHL) and the Utah Grizzlies (ECHL) ... Brother, Jacques, played at Air Force and was a Hobey Baker Award finalist in 2008-09 ... Brother, Pierre-Paul, is in his third year with the UND coaching staff and serves as assistant video coordinator.Lamoureux's Career Overall Statistics:
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