Tucker Mullin

18 Tucker Mullin

  • Height:
    5-7
  • Weight:
    185
  • Year:
    Jr.
  • Hometown:
    Andover, Mass.
  • Position:
    F
  • Previous Team:
    Phillips Andover

2010-11: Played in 17 games a sophomore for the Hawks, posting nine goals alongside 14 assists for 23 points (9-14=23)...Posted a six-game scoring streak that began on Nov. 20 and ended Jan. 4, scoring five goals and eight assists for 13 points (5-8=13) during that span...Scored two goals against Skidmore on Nov. 20 to begin the streak...Recorded a goal and four assists against Assumption on Dec. 1, assisting the game-winning goal...Potted two goals against Tufts on Dec. 4...Recorded a goal and an assist against the University of New England on Jan. 8...Scored twice against Norwich on Jan. 15...Posted a three-game scoring streak between Jan. 15 and Jan. 29, scoring two goals and three assists for five points (2-3=5)...Hawks were 8-0-1 when he recorded an assist...Was a finalist for the BNY Mellon Wealth Management Hockey Humanitarian award for his efforts benefiting the Thomas E. Smith Fight to Cure Paralysis Foundation.

2009-10: Appeared in 26 games as a freshman...Second on the team in scoring, notching 18 goals and 16 assists for 34 points (18-16=34) on the season...Recorded seven power-play goals, two short-handed goals, and three game-winners... Scored a point in 19 of his 26 games...Scored his first collegiate goal against Castleton on Nov. 20...Recorded his first three-point game of his career against Assumption on Dec. 2, scoring a goal and two assists for three points (1-2=3)...Scored twice against New England College on Dec. 11...Recorded a season-high five game point streak between Dec. 11 and Jan. 15, scoring 10 points (3-7=10) during that span...Recorded at least one point in four games between Jan. 23 and Feb. 5...Scored a hat trick in back-to-back games on Feb. 9 against Southern N.H. and Feb. 12 against Hamilton to become the first Hawks player in six years to record multiple hat tricks in a season and the only player to do it consecutive games in recent memory...The hat tricks headed a five-game goal streak from Feb. 9 to Feb. 19, and he scored nine goals and two assists for 11 points (9-2=11 in that span...Named NE-10 and ECAC East Player of the Week and NE-10 Freshman of the Week on Feb. 15 for his performance...Scored at least three points in eight different games...Notched a team-best four assists on Jan. 15 at Saint Michael's...Scored the game-winning goal against Assumption in the NE-10 title game alongside three points (2-1=3)...First in the NE-10, second in the ECAC East and seventh in the nation in rookie scoring, averaging 1.31 points per game...Fourth in the ECAC East in goals, fifth in points, and third in power-play goals, short-handed goals, short-handed points (4), and game-winning goals...NE-10 Second Team All-Conference...NE-10 All-Rookie Team...ECAC East All-Rookie Team...NE-10 All-Tournament Team...USCHO.com All-Rookie Team.

PRIOR TO SAINT ANSELM: MVC Division II Player of the Year 2007...Boston Herald All-Scholastic 2007...HNIB Mass. Division II Player of the Year 2007...HNIB Merrimack Valley MVP.

PERSONAL: Son of Joe and Colleen...Majoring in financial economics...Co-founder of The Thomas E. Smith Fight to Cure Paralysis Foundation, a 501 (C) 3 non-profit organization benefitting those affected by and living with paralysis...Please visit www.justcureparalysis.org for complete detail regarding the foundation and listing of events in your area.