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#7 T.J. Oshie
Position: Forward
Height: 6'0"
Weight: 192
Year: Junior
Hometown: Warroad, Minn.
High School: Warroad High School
TJ Oshie
Courtesy: UND Athletics Media Relations
Release: 01/19/2007

Enters 2007-08 season with five-game point-scoring streak ... Has 11 points (4g, 7a) in his current streak ...Oshie’s 97 career points lead all returning WCHA players and also lead all juniors in NCAA Division I men’s hockey heading into the season ... Has 25 career multi-point games, second on the team to Ryan Duncan’s 26 ... Has seven career multi-goal games, second on the team to Ryan Duncan’s 10.

2006-07: Played in all 43 UND games ... Earned third team All-WCHA honors ... Was second on the team in scoring with 52 points (17g, 35a) ... Was particularly hot down the stretch, scoring points in 17 of his last 20 games ... In that season-ending 20-game stretch, Oshie had 34 points (12g, 22a) ... Led nation with eight points (4g, 4a) in NCAA tournament ... His four 2007 NCAA tournament goals were second only to teammate Chris Porter’s five ... Had 15 multi-point games on the season, second on the team to Ryan Duncan’s 17 ... Had four multi-goal games on the season, tied with Jonathan Toews for second-best on the team behind Ryan Duncan’s eight ... Had two of the team’s eight four-point games, tallying four (1g, 3a) against Bemidji State on Jan. 20 and four (3g, 1a) against Michigan on March 24 ... Oshie’s hat trick was one of three by UND in 2006-07 and the second of Oshie’s career ... Named to the all-tournament team at the NCAA West Regional after recording five points (3g, 2a) in two games ... Led the WCHA in assists with 35 in all games; Oshie’s total of 35 assists was fourth-best in the nation ... Led team in faceoff percentage, winning 58.6 percent of his draws (190-134) ... Named to the all-tournament team at Dartmouth’s Ledyard National Bank Tournament after picking up three assists in two games ... Was stopped on a penalty shot on Dec. 29 by Dartmouth’s Mike Devine at 6:07 of the first period in a 4-1 UND win ... Received honorable mention by USCHO when it named its national All-USCHO teams ... Recipient of UND’s Cliff “Fido” Purpur Award, given to the player who demonstrates hard work, determination and being a creator of excitement on the ice ... Earned second letter.

2005-06: InsideCollegeHockey.com All-Rookie Team selection ... Named to 2005-06 WCHA All-Rookie Team ... WCHA Final Five All-Tournament selection ... Had 24 goals and 21 assists for 45 points in 44 games ... Tied for team lead in goals and was third in points ... Led the nation with a school-record nine game-winning goals ... His 11 power-play goals tied for third most by a rookie in school history and his 24 goals rank ninth ... Ranked sixth in the national rookie scoring race with 1.02 ppg ... Ranked 19th in the NCAA in goals per game (0.55) ... Notched a goal and two assists at the NCAA West Regional ... Had one goal and two assists at the WCHA Final Five ... Had a six-game point scoring streak (4-59) snapped at the Frozen Four ... Had 10 multi-point games and was held off the scoresheet just twice in his last 16 games, dating back to Jan. 28 vs. St. Cloud State ... Had 10 goals and 19 points during that stretch ... Led team with 23 power-play points ... Had team-best 23.5 shooting percentage ... Was held without a point in back-to-back games just three times all season ... Had with nine points (4-59) in eight playoff games ... Represented the United States at the 2006 World Junior Hockey Championships in Vancouver ... Earned first letter.

Before UND: Drafted in the first round (24th overall) by the St. Louis Blues in the 2005 NHL Entry Draft ... Led his Warroad High School team to three consecutive Minnesota State Class A Tournament appearances, including state titles in 2003 and 2005 .. He made the all-tournament team all three years ... Tallied 56 points (24 goals, 32 assists) in 31 games as sophomore, 85 points (43 goals, 42 assists) in 31 games as junior and 100 points (37 goals, 63 assists) in 31 games as senior ... Led all Minnesota high school players in scoring as a senior ... USA Hockey World Junior Under-20 Try-Out Camp Selection in Lake Placid, NY ... Played 11 games with USHL's Sioux Falls Stampede after senior season of high school ... 2005 A.P. and Pioneer Press Minnesota All-State 1st team selection ... 2005 Minnesota Mr. Hockey Finalist.

Personal: A 2005 graduate of Warroad (Minn.) High School ... Majoring in general studies ... Son of Tim Oshie and Tina Oshie.

Oshie’s Career Statistics
OVERALL

Year

GP

G

A

PTS

PEN

PP

SH

GW

05-06

44

24

21

45

11/33

11

0

9

06-07

43

17

35

52

15/30

6

2

2

Totals

87

41

56

97

26/63

17

2

11

WCHA

Year

GP

G

A

PTS

PEN

PP

SH

GW

05-06

28

13

11

24

8/27

4

0

5

06-07

28

10

16

26

10/20

3

0

1

Totals

56

23

27

50

18/47

7

0

6



Career Game Highs
Goals: 3, twice. Most recent 3/24/07 vs. Michigan
Assists: 3, three times. Most recent 1/20/07 vs. Bemidji State
Points: 4, twice. Most recent 3/24/07 vs. Michigan
Longest Point Streak: 7 games (5-2=7), 1/28/06 vs. St. Cloud State to 2/25/06 at Denver

Career Firsts
Game: 10/08/05 vs. Miami
Goal: 10/08/05 vs. Miami
Assist: 10/08/05 vs. Miami