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  Jeffrey Rainville

Jeffrey Rainville

Player Profile

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Blind River, Ont.

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 185

Position:
Forward

Birthdate:
08/20/1984

Experience:
1 L

Last Team:
Soo Jr. Hounds (NOJHL)

Freshman (2003-04): Appeared in 28 contests...Scored two goals and assisted on five...Scored his first career goal in a loss at Michigan (1/30)...Penalized seven times for 14 minutes.

Prior to LSSU: Led the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League in scoring with 56 goals and 54 assists in 2002-03...Was a teammate of LSSU freshman Barnabas Birkeland on the Soo Junior Greyhounds and played for local coach Jim Capy...Played for the Soo Thunderbirds of the NOJHL in 2001-02 and was a NOJHL Rookie of the Year for the Blind River Barons in 2000-01.

Personal: Son of Dave and Rosanna Rainville...Graduated from Saint Basil Secondary School (Sault Ste. Marie, Ont.) in 2003...Enjoys golf...Majoring in business...Born August 20, 1984.

All About Jeff:


Favorite TV show: Seinfeld
Favorite movie: American Pie
Favorite food: Pasta and Steak
Favorite superhero: Superman
If I had one wish, it would be: To be happy
Favorite sport other than hockey: Golf
Most memorable hockey highlight: Winning All-Ontarios in PeeWee
Worst fear: Heights and spiders
Favorite NHL team: St. Louis Blues
Favorite NHL player: Brett Hull
Most embarrassing hockey moment: My helmet got stuck to another player's helmet during a game
Best part of Taffy Abel Arena: The locker room
Why I chose LSSU: Great hockey program
People who have made the biggest impact on my hockey career: My parents
I love hockey because: It's fun and competitive
Career Statistics
Season G.P. Goals Assists Points PIM
2003-04 28 2 5 7 2
Career 28 2 5 7 2


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