PATRICK CAMPBELL EAVES; born May 1, 1984 ... shoots right ... played the 1999-2000 season at Shattuck St. Mary's in Faribault, Minn., before playing the 2000-01 and 2001-02 seasons in USA Hockey's National Team Development Program in Ann Arbor, Mich. ... was a key member of the U.S. National Junior Team that won a gold medal at the 2004 IIHF World Junior Championship (Helsinki and Hameenlinna, Finland); tallied one goal and five assists in six games ... was selected to compete for Team USA in the 2003 IIHF World Junior Championship (Halifax and Sydney, Nova Scotia), but missed the tournament because of an injury ... a 2002 graduate of Pioneer High School in Ann Arbor, Mich.
AS A JUNIOR (2004-05): Served as assistant captain ... played in 36 games, including 22 Hockey East contests; missed four games because of injuries ... earned All-America first-team honors ... captured Hockey East Player of the Year honors; also gained All-Conference first-team honors ... earned All-New England accolades ... was a Hobey Baker Award finalist ... captured a share of the Norman F. Dailey Award as the team MVP ... was twice selected as Hockey East Player of the Month - in October and January ... gained CSTV/Hockey Commissioners Association National Player of the Month honors for January ... registered a team-high 48 points - 19 goals and 29 assists; tied for second in Hockey East with 30 points - 14 goals and 16 assists - in conference action ... finished the season with a plus-25 rating; was a league-best plus-20 in conference games ... was tied for seventh nationally in points per game, averaging 1.22 ppg ... enjoyed 15 multiple-point games, including five multiple-goal games ... enjoyed a nine-game scoring streak from Jan.8-28; posted six consecutive multiple-point games in this stretch ... totaled a league-high 191 shots on the season; registered 10 or more shots in each of three games ... scored eight power-play goals, three game-winning goals and one shorthanded goal ... opened the season with a four-point effort against Denver (10/15); netted a power-play goal and added three assists ... tallied three assists against North Dakota (10/29) ... recorded two goals, including a power-play tally, and one assist in a win at UMass-Lowell (10/19) ... notched two power-play goals in a home victory over Holy Cross (11/22) ... registered two assists, including one on Brian Boyle's decisive goal, in a win over Cornell in the first round of the Florida College Classic (12/28) ... gained Hockey East Player of the Week honors after two stellar efforts against Boston University; tallied two goals - one on the power play - and one assist in a 6-3 home win over Boston University (1/14), then notched one goal - an empty netter - and one assist at BU the next night, handing the Terriers their first loss in Agganis Arena ... enjoyed three-point nights in victories over Massachusetts (1/28) and Merrimack (2/11); had two goals, including one man-advantage tally, in each game ...notched his 100th career point on a second-period goal at New Hampshire (2/26) ... registered two goals and three assists in two games against Massachusetts in the Hockey East Tournament's quarterfinal round (3/11 & 12); missed the tournament's semifinal and championship games with a back injury.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2003-04): Played in 34 games, including 20 Hockey East contests; missed four games with a knee injury and three games while playing with Team USA in the 2004 World Junior Championship ... earned JOFA All-America second-team honors ... captured Hockey East All-Conference second-team honors ... earned Most Valuable Player honors at the NCAA Tournament's Northeast Regional in Manchester, N.H.; notched five points - three goals and two assists - in the two games ... finished third on the team in scoring with 41 points - 18 goals and 23 assists; tied for third in Hockey East with 26 points - 12 goals and 14 assists - in 20 conference games ... finished the season with a plus-18 rating ... was tied for ninth nationally in points per game, averaging 1.21 ppg ... enjoyed 11 multiple-point games, including four multiple-goal games ... tallied one hat trick ... scored nine power-play goals and three game-winning goals ... registered three goals, including two man-advantage goals, and added one assist in a four-point effort against Massachusetts (2/14) ... posted two goals and one assist in a 5-2 home win over Boston University (12/5) ... recorded two power-play goals against Niagara in the first round of the NCAA Tournament; tallied one goal - a late-game equalizer - and two assists against Michigan to lift BC to the Frozen Four ... scored two goals in a 4-0 home win over Providence (1/30).
AS A FRESHMAN (2002-03): Played in 14 games, including eight Hockey East contests ... missed 20 games because of a neck injury sustained against Maine (12/7) ... missed one early-season game and the last four games of the season because of suspensions ... registered 18 points - 10 goals and eight assists; recorded seven points - five goals and two assists - in eight league games ... enjoyed six multiple-point games, including one three-point outing and one four-point contest ... tallied five power-play goals and two game-winning goals ... finished the season with a plus-11 rating ... captured Hockey East Rookie of the Week honors three times - Oct. 7, Oct. 14 and Oct. 21 ... gained Hockey East Rookie of the Month honors for October ... tallied 11 points in his first four collegiate contests ... scored two goals, including the gamewinner, in the season opener at Massachusetts (10/13) ... notched a career-high four points - one goal and three assists - in a home win over Denver (10/18) ... registered one goal and two assists against Vermont (10/20) ... concluded his four-game stretch with two goals in a 4-2 home win over Wisconsin ... netted the game-winning goal at Merrimack (11/7).
BEFORE BC: Registered 53 points -- 25 goals and 28 assists -- in 49 games with the U.S. Under-18 Team in 2001-02 ... netted seven power-play goals, one shorthanded goal and four game-winning goals ... recorded 38 points -- 19 goals and 19 assists -- in 45 games with the U.S. Under-17 Team in 2000-01 ... scored two game-winning goals ... added eight goals and eight assists in international contests ... tallied 47 points -- 23 goals and 24 assists -- in 50 games at Shattuck St. Mary's in 1999-2000 ... served as assistant captain for the U.S. National Under-18 Team that won the gold medal at the 2002 IIHF World Under-18 Championship in Slovakia (April 11-21); recorded four goals and eight assists in eight games ... played for the U.S. Under-18 Select Team that competed in the 2000 Four Nations Tournament in Kezmarok, Slovakia.
PERSONAL: Enrolled as a communication major in the College of Arts & Sciences ... is the 2004-05 recipient of the Martin Family Hockey Scholarship ... was selected by the Ottawa Senators in the first round (29th overall) of the 2003 NHL Entry Draft ... Patrick and his older brother Ben are the sons of Beth and Mike Eaves ... his father Mike, who enjoyed an eight-year NHL playing career (with the Minnesota North Stars and Calgary Flames), now serves as head coach at the University of Wisconsin.
EAVES' CAREER STATISTICS
YEAR CL GP G A PTS PEN PPG SHG HT GW 2002-03 Fr. 14 10 8 18 14/61 5 0 0 2 2003-04 Fr. 34 18 23 41 29/66 9 0 1 3 2004-05 Jr. 36 19 29 48 18/36 8 1 0 3 CAREER 84 47 60 107 61/163 22 1 1 8