We’re counting down the days until Princeton hockey’s season opener by featuring a different player each day. Since there’s 18 days until the season’s start, today’s spotlight is on forward Andrew Calof.
What you need to know: Andrew Calof is one of the most talented and underrated forwards in the country. He led the Tigers in scoring over the past three years and passed the century mark in points last season. He’s earned many honors over the past three years, including the ECAC Rookie of the Year Award in 2011. The senior has, who 102 career points, ranks sixth in points, 11th in goals and T-4 in assists amongst active players.
Last year: Calof led the team in total points, goals and assists. He recorded his first career hat trick and finished with 38 (14g, 24a) and was the only Tiger to cross the 30-point mark. He was named Second-Team All-ECAC, First-Team All-Ivy, the ECAC Player of the Month and HCA National Player of the Month in January.
CCHL: The Nepean, Ontario native spent three years in the CCHL. In 2007-08, Calof played with the Hawkesbury Hawks, where he registered 51 points in 69 games. The forward spent the next two years with the Neapan Raiders, where he totaled 234 points over 140 games. Calof netted 115 of those points over 67 games in 2009-10. He led the Raiders in scoring both years.
We took a look at some other noticeable numbers from Calof’s 2012-13 season.
Calof also won a gold medal at the Maccabiah Games with Canada.