UND Roster

2018-19 Hockey Roster

#22 Andrew Peeke


Height 6-2
Weight 208 lbs.
Class Sophomore
Hometown Parkland, Florida
Last Team Green Bay

• Academic All-Big Ten
• William Donald Nyrop Defensive Player of the Year (Team Award)
• Named to the Big Ten All-Tournament Team (March 23).

• Academic All-Big Ten

• Skated in all 40 games for Notre Dame, totaling three goals, 21 assists and 88 blocked shots.
• Named the team’s lone captain prior to the season.
• Notched a pair of assists in both games of the 2018 Ice Breaker, helping Notre Dame win the tournament (Oct. 12-13).
• Scored his first power-play goal of the season in Notre Dame’s 3-2 loss to Minnesota Duluth (Oct. 26).
• Scored a power-play goal in Notre Dame’s 5-4 win at ninth-ranked Penn State (Dec. 7).
• Notched a pair of assists in Notre Dame’s 4-2 loss at fourth-ranked Ohio State (Feb. 1).
• Had a pair of assists in Notre Dame’s 5-2 win over Wisconsin (Feb. 16).
• Assisted on Mike O’Leary’s  game-winning, power-play goal in Notre Dame’s 1-0 Big Ten Quarterfinal game one victory over Michigan State early in the third period (March 8).
• Had the primary assist on Michael Graham’s overtime winner in Notre Dame’s 2-1 victory over Minnesota in the Big Ten Tournament semifinal (March 16).
• Added an assist in the 3-2 Big Ten championship victory over Penn State (March 23).
• Named to the Big Ten All-Tournament Team (March 23).

• Notched his first point of the season with an assist versus Sacred Heart (Oct. 19).
• Had two assists in Notre Dame’s 3-1 win over Sacred Heart (Oct. 20).
• Scored his first goal of the season in Notre Dame’s 6-4 loss to Omaha (Oct. 26).
• Had two assists in Notre Dame’s 3-2 win at #16 Ohio State (Nov. 4).
• Had the primary assist on Cam Morrison’s overtime game winner at RPI (Nov. 18).
• Named to Team USA’s roster for the 2017 IIHF World Junior Championship in Buffalo (Dec. 26 – Jan. 5) and helped Team USA win the bronze medal to become Notre Dame’s sixth all-time medalist at the prestigious tournament.
• Peeke, who was the 19th Notre Dame player to take part in the Junior World Championship, played in all seven games for team USA and finished with a goal and an assist.
• Scored what proved to be the game winner, late in the first period, in Notre Dame’s 4-2 win versus Wisconsin (Jan. 19).
• Notched his first career power-play goal in Notre Dame’s 5-3 win at Penn State (Feb. 2).
• Notched a goal in Notre Dame’s 6-3 win over Michigan State to push the Irish lead to 3-1.
• Scored in B1G semifinal win over Penn State (March 10).
• Recorded an assist in B1G championship win over Ohio State (March 17).

• Made his Notre Dame debut on Oct. 7 versus Arizona State.
• Notched his first career point with an assist in Notre Dame’s 6-2 win over UConn (Oct. 28).
• Scored his first career goal in Notre Dame’s 5-2 win at Northeastern (Nov. 12).
• Had the game-winning goal and added an assist for his first career multi-point game in Notre Dame’s 4-1 win over then fifth-ranked UMass Lowell (Nov. 18).
• Notched a goal and an assist in the third period of Notre Dame’s 5-4 loss at UMass (Dec. 2).
• Posted a career-high two assists in Notre Dame’s loss to Michigan Tech (Jan. 7).
• Scored the second goal in Notre Dame’s 3-0 win over New Hampshire (Jan. 21).
• Notched a pair of assists in Notre Dame’s 4-4 comeback tie versus Vermont  (Feb. 3).
• The only defenseman named to the Hockey East All-Rookie Team (March 15).
• Finished his inaugural season with four goals and 10 assists for a total of 14 points.
• Received the Monogram Club’s Rookie of the Year award.

• Played in 56 regular-season games for the Green Bay Gamblers in 2015-16, his first season in the USHL, and scored four goals and added 26 assists for 30 points.
• Named the USHL’s Scholar-Athlete of the Year and also was named to the USHL’s All-Rookie First Team.
• His 30 points ranked second in rookie scoring among defensemen, while his 26 assists ranked fifth among all rookies.
• In four playoff games, scored a goal and added an assist for two points.
• Played in the 2015-16 USHL/NHL Top Prospects Game (Omaha, Nebraska).

• Selected in the second round, 34th overall, by the Columbus Blue Jackets in the 2016 NHL Entry Draft.
• Ranked 57th among North American skaters in the final NHL Central Scouting ratings (2016).
• Invited to the 2016 NHL Scouting Combine at the First Niagara Center and the Harbor Center in Buffalo, New York (May 30-June 4).

• Skated for Team USA in the 2015-16 World Junior A Challenge (U19), where he notched a goal and an assist as USA captured the bronze medal.
• Played for Team USA at the 2015-16 Ivan Hlinka Memorial Tournament (U18), where he notched an assist in four games.
• Played for Team USA in the 2014-2015 Five Nations tournament (U17).

• Graduated from Ashwaubenon High School, in Ashwaubenon, Wisconsin but also attended South Kent Prep School for three years.
• He skated with the Selects Academy (South Kent, Connecticut) and he was named the 2014-15 USPHL 18U Defensive Player of the Year and the U16 Selects Academy Defenseman of the Year.
• Full name is Andrew Phillip Peeke and he is the son of Mary Ruth Peeke and Cliff Peeke.
• Has an older brother, Trevor.
• Majoring in Management Consulting.

1 (12x – vs. Penn State 3/2/19)
Assists: 2 (8x – vs. Wisconsin 2/16/19)
Points: 2 (8x – vs. Wisconsin 2/16/19)
Multi-Point Games: 9
Point Streak: 4 games (Nov. 16-30, 2018)
Most Recent Goal: vs. Penn State 3/2/19