Career: Finished his career tied for fourth all-time at UND (with Brandon Bochenski) with 15 career game-winning goals.
2010-11 (Junior): Named to All-WCHA Third Team ... Earned his second straight selection to the WCHA All-Academic team ... Ranked seventh nationally in goals per game (0.71) ... Ranked second in the WCHA in goals per game, third in goals (24), sixth in points per game (1.23), and tied for 11th in points (43) despite missing nine games due to injury ... Reached career highs in goals, assists (18), points (43) and plus/minus (+25) ... Ranked second on the Sioux in goals, power-play goals (eight) and game-winning goals (five), and ranked third in points ... Brought a career-long 16-game point streak into the NCAA Frozen Four, the longest by a Sioux player since Brandon Bochenski’s 17-game streak in 2002-03 ... Amassed 18 goals and 29 points during his streak ... Notched his first career hat trick in regular season finale at Michigan Tech (March 5), then recorded another hat trick in UND’s playoff opener against MTU (March 11) six days later ... Became first Sioux player to record consecutive hat tricks since Bob Joyce did so in the first two games of the 1986-87 season ... Was named WCHA Offensive Player of the Week on Feb. 14 after a 4-point weekend (2g, 2a) in UND’s sweep of Alaska Anchorage ... Enjoyed 13 multi-point games ... Was a plus or even in 30 of 35 games ... Reached the 100-point milestone for his career with his 3-goal, 1-assist effort at Michigan Tech (March 5) ... Earned third letter ... Signed with the NHL's Winnipeg Jets following the season.
2009-10 (Sophomore): Named to WCHA All-Academic team ... Appeared in all 43 games and scoring a team-leading 20 goals ... Tied for seventh in the WCHA goal-scoring race ... A team-high seven of his goals were game-winners, tied for fifth-most in UND single-season history ... Ranked second in the WCHA and tied for third nationally in GWG ... Added 17 assists for a career-high 37 points, which ranked second on the team ... Ranked fourth on the team with a career-high six power-play goals ... Registered a career-best +7 plus/minus rating ... Scored game-winning goal shorthanded in UND's 2-0 win over No. 11 Minnesota Duluth in the WCHA Final Five quarterfinal ... Had a goal and two assists in UND's Game 3 win over Minnesota in the opening round of the WCHA playoffs, including the game-winner ... Had 10 multi-point games and five multi-goal games ... Named WCHA Co-Offensive Player of the Week on Jan. 12 after a four-goal weekend against Minnesota State ... Scored the game-winner in each game of that series ... Put together a career-best seven-game point streak from Nov. 21 to Dec. 12 ... Scored 39 seconds into UND's season opener against Merrimack (Oct. 9), the second-fastest goal to open a season in Sioux history (13 seconds, Lee Davidson, 10/13/89 vs. UAH) ... Earned second letter.
2008-09 (Freshman): Appeared in 42 games and led all Sioux freshmen with 29 points ... Tied for the team lead among rookies with 12 goals and three game-winning goals ... Ranked second among WCHA freshmen in game-winners, tied for fifth in goals and sixth in points ... All three of his game-winning goals came during conference play, tying him for second in the league (all players) ... His three-game winners tied for eighth in UND freshman single-season history ... Game-winners came against Wisconsin (Oct. 31), Minnesota (Jan. 9) and Minnesota State (Feb. 14) ... Named Hockey Commissioner's Association Rookie of the Month for January after collecting a team-leading six goals and 10 points in 10 games ... Named WCHA Rookie of the Week on Jan. 13 after a four-point weekend (3g, 1a) in a sweep of No. 3 Minnesota ... Scored twice, including the game-winner, in a 6-3 win in the first game of that series ... Scored first career shorthanded goal in 4-3 overtime win over Bemidji State (Jan. 3) ... Collected a career-high three assists in a 7-3 win over No. 12 Cornell (Nov. 28) ... Was also a +3 in that game ... Put together a season-long five-game point streak from Jan. 2 to Jan. 19, amassing five goals and three assists during that stretch ... Earned first letter.
Before UND: Drafted by the New York Islanders in the third round (76th overall) of the 2007 NHL Entry Draft ... A 2007 graduate of Vincent Massey Collegiate ... Spent the previous two seasons with the Lincoln Stars of the USHL ... Named the 2008 B2 Networks USHL Player of the Year and the CCM Forward of the Year ... Named to 2008 CCM All-USHL First Team ... Appeared in 54 games in 2007-08 and led Lincoln in points (69) and goals (37) ... His 37 goals rank as the second-highest single-season total in Lincoln history ... Added another three goals and nine assists in eight playoff games ... Appeared in the 2008 USHL Prospects/All-Star Game ... Scored 36 points (16g, 20a) in 32 games for Lincoln in 2006-07 before suffering a season-ending injury.
Personal: Majoring in investments ... Son of Norm and Lee Gregoire.
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