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  Carter Lee

Carter Lee

Player Profile

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Brick, N.J.

High School:
Canterbury

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 200

Position:
Forward

Last Team:
Northeastern (Hockey East)

Prior to LSSU: A transfer from Northeastern University...Appeared in 11 games as a freshman and often paired with current Laker teammate Jason Blain...Scored his first two collegiate goals in the third period of Northeasterns 6-0 victory over Providence (1/15/05)...Totaled 2-2--4 in 20 collegiate games spanning the 2004-05 and 2005-06 seasons...A ninth-round draft pick of the San Jose Sharks during the 2003 National Hockey League Entry Draft (276th overall)...Played three seasons at Canterbury School...Led New England Division I Prep School hockey in 2002-03 with 39 goals and was fourth in points with 60...Was named to the Atlantic District Select 17 Team...Was a two-time All-New England Prep School Hockey Conference First Team selection...Also competed in track, cross country and water polo.

Personal: Son of Havard and Diane Lee...Father, Havard, played baseball and football at Harvard...A 2004 graduate of Canterbury School in New Milford, Conn....Majoring in history.

All About Carter:

Favorite food: Steak and fish
What I want to do after I graduate (other than play hockey): Start my own business
Person I would most like to meet: Tiger Woods
Advice I would give youngsters: Never take anything for granted, Never stop trying
Worst fear: Snakes
My goal for the season is...: Improve everyday
Why I chose LSSU: Small campus, supporting communtiy
Perosn or people who have made the biggest impact on my hockey career: Canterbury coach Peter Lavigne
The most impotant lesson I've learned: Don't take anything for granted
Favorite book: 11 seconds (story on Travis Roy)


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