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  Colin Nicholson

Colin Nicholson

Player Profile


Dartmouth, N.S.

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 197



3 L

Last Team:
Ottawa Junior A (OPJHL)

Junior (2004-05): Appeared in 32 games...Scored seven goals and seven assists...Scored a shorthanded goal in a 3-3 tie with Alabama-Huntsville (1/14).

Sophomore (2003-04): Appeared in 24 games and dramatically improved his plus/minus rating...Scored back-to-back goals, including the game-winner, in a 7-2 victory over Alaska Fairbanks (12/12)...Also scored the game-winning goal in a 4-2 victory over Ferris State (2/28)...Tallied three goals in the Lakers' last five games.

Freshman (2002-03): Appeared in 26 contests...Scored eight points on two goals and six assists...Earned four assists in the first four contests...Scored first career goal in a 2-2 tie with Canisius College (1/11).

Prior to LSSU: Played for the Central Junior Hockey League (CJHL) champion Ottawa Senators and participated in the Canadian Nationals in 2001-02...Totaled 27 goals and 36 assists in 55 contests with the Senators...Named to the CJHL All-Star team.

Personal: Son of Scott and Debbie Nicholson...Graduated from Cobequid Educational Center (Truro, N.S.) in 2001...Enjoys golf and weight lifting...Majoring in business management...Born January 7, 1983.

All About Colin:

Favorite TV show: Seinfeld
Favorite movie: Rudy
Sports played in high school other than hockey: Golf
Favorite food: Lobster
Worst fear: Spiders
Most memorable hockey highlight: Playing in the world Under-17 championship
Favorite band: Dave Mathews Band
Favorite NHL team: Edmonton Oilers
Favorite NHL player: Steve Yzerman
Best part of Taffy Abel Arena: The tradition (Banners)
My goal for this season: To help our team move up in the standings
The person I would most like to meet: Don Cherry
Greatest athletic moment: Winning the league championship in Ottawa
Person who has had the biggest impact on my hockey career: My father
The most important lesson I have learned: Hard work gets you places

Career Statistics

Season G.P. Goals Assists Points PIM
2002-03 26 2 6 8 4
2003-04 24 7 3 10 2
2004-05 32 7 7 14 8
Career 82 16 16 32 14

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