|Height / Weight:|
6-0 / 200
BRETT JARETT PETERSON; born October 21, 1981 ... shoots left.
AS A JUNIOR (2002-03):
Played in 38 games, including 23 HOCKEY EAST contests ? registered nine points ? five goals and four assists; recorded seven points ? three goals and four assists ? in league action ? enjoyed one multiple-point game ? scored the final goal in an 8-6 home win over Vermont (10/20) ? netted a third-period goal in a 3-3 tie at Notre Dame (11/1) ? tallied one goal and one assist in a win at Merrimack (11/7) ? scored one goal in a win at UMass-Lowell (1/11) ? scored the Eagles? first goal ? 1:21 into the first period ? in a home victory over Northeastern (2/21).
AS A SOPHOMORE (2001-02):
Played in all 38 games ... registered seven points -- two goals and five assists; all but one assist came in league action ... scored one goal in the Eagles' third-period rally against New Hampshire (11/30) ... also netted a third-period goal against UMass-Lowell (1/11) ... assisted on Bill Cass' power-play goal in BC's Beanpot victory over Harvard (2/11) ... collected one assist in each of the team's two regular-season games at Maine (12/7 & 12/8) ... added single assists at both UMass-Lowell (1/12) and Providence (1/25).
AS A FRESHMAN (2000-01):
Played in 41 games; missed two games in late November -- against Merrimack (11/21) and Harvard (11/25) -- with a knee injury ? registered seven points -- one goal and six assists ? enjoyed two multiple-point games ? scored his only goal of the season in the third period of a two-point effort against Northeastern (3/2); also assisted on Ty Hennes' second-period goal ? tallied two assists, including one on Mark McLennan's game-winning goal, at Notre Dame (11/10) ? notched his first collegiate point -- an assist -- on Krys Kolanos' third-period goal against UMass-Amherst (10/29) ? recorded one assist against Northeastern (11/3) ? assisted on the team's final goal in the second game of its HOCKEY EAST Tournament quarterfinal series against Merrimack (3/10).
Earned All-New England honors as a junior and senior at Cushing Academy ? earned Cushing?s Finest Contribution Award as a senior, and its Best Defensive Player Award as a junior ? led the 1999-2000 Penguins to a 30-3 record; the team advanced to the semifinal round of the New England Tournament ? served as team captain as a junior and senior ? competed in USA Hockey?s Select 15, 16 and 17 Festivals ? served as captain of the Massachusetts All-Stars in Hockey Night in Boston's 1998 summer tournament ? was voted the "Best Pro Prospect" in Hockey Night in Boston's 1998 summer tournament; also earned Best Defensive accolades.
Enrolled as a communications major in the College of Arts & Sciences ? Brett and his older sister Danielle are the children of Jacqueline and Daryl Peterson.
PETERSON'S CAREER STATISTICS
YEAR CL GP G A PTS PEN PPG SHG HT GW
2000-01 Fr. 41 1 6 7 17/34 0 0 0 0
2001-02 So. 38 2 5 7 23/49 0 0 0 0
2002-03 Jr. 38 5 4 9 10/20 0 0 0 0
CAREER 117 8 15 23 50/103 0 0 0 0