#22 Calle Ridderwall
Four-time monogram winner during his Notre Dame career …. served as an alternate team captain as a senior in 2010-11 … one of three Notre Dame players to play on two NCAA Frozen Four teams (2008, 2011) … winner of the Notre Dame Club of St. Joseph Valley[apos]s Rockne Scholar-Athlete award … received Notre Dame hockey[apos]s Trail Blazer Award as the first European to play hockey for the Irish following `10-[apos]11 season … one of 10 finalists for the Lowe[apos]s Senior CLASS Award … selected to the CCHA[apos]s all-academic team in 2011 … played in 156 career games with 57 goals and 34 assists for 91 career points … ranks fifth on all-time power-play goal list with 27 at Notre Dame … tied for ninth on all-time list for games played with 156 … as a junior in `09-[apos]10 was the winner of Notre Dame[apos]s Monogram Club most valuable player award and was the team[apos]s offensive player of the year … as a sophomore was the winner of Notre Dame[apos]s most improved player award … hero of Notre Dame[apos]s dramatic overtime win in the 2008 Frozen Four when he scored twice, including the game winner at 6:06 of overtime to beat Michigan, 5-4 in the semifinals … first Notre Dame player from Sweden.
AS A SENIOR: Played in 39 games in 2010-11, finishing fifth in scoring and third in goals with 16 goals and nine assists for 25 points … had five power-play goals, one short-handed marker and one game winner … second on the team with 122 shots on goal … had 12 penalties for 27 minutes and was +9 for the year … had five multi-point games and one game with two or more goals … opened the season with a three-game goal streak with single goals in a pair of games with Lake Superior and a pair of goals in 2-1 win over top-ranked Boston College … had second, three-game goal streak between Dec. 12 and Jan. 1 … equaled a career high with four points (1g, 3a) in 10-2 win over Canisius (Dec. 29) … had a goal and an assist in second round CCHA playoff series win against Lake Superior … scored once in CCHA Tournament in 6-2 loss to Miami (March 18) …. had a pair of goals in NCAA Tournament … scored a power-play goal in 4-3 overtime win against Merrimack … had a short-handed goal in 4-3 loss to Minnesota-Duluth in Frozen Four.
AS A JUNIOR: Played in all 38 games for the Irish … led the team with 19 goals while adding eight assists for a team-hgh 27 points … scored 11 power-play goals for the second season in a row … whistled for 16 penalties, resulting in 51 penalty minutes … had five multiple-point games and three games with two or more goals … picked up two hat tricks on the season to become first Notre Dame player to do that since Tim Kuehl `90 had a pair during the 1987-88 campaign … picked up his first hat trick of the season in a 4-4 tie versus Bowling Green … had second hat trick of the season in a 6-1 win at Lake Superior State (Jan. 22) … final goal of the year came in 8-2 loss in game two of CCHA playoffs to Ohio State.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Developed into one of the top goal scorers in the CCHA … played in all 40 games in 2008-09, leading the Irish in goals with 17 while adding 15 assists for 32 points …. 11 power-play goals were tops on the team and he tied for the team lead with five game-winning goals … had 10 penalties for 20 points and was +2 on the season … had eight games with two or more points and three games with two or more goals … had a career-best four-point game (2g, 2a) in 9-1 victory at Bowling Green with both goals on the power play … had second consecutive four-point night (2g, 2a), having a hand in all four Notre Dame goals in a 4-1 win over Western Michigan (Nov. 28) … named CCHA offensive player of the week for Nov. 30 … scored game winner in first game of the CCHA playoffs, a 5-0 win over Nebraska-Omaha … scored a pair of goals in the CCHA championship game against Michigan, helping Irish to second CCHA title in three years … was selected to the CCHA all-tournament team.
AS A FRESHMAN: Played in 39 games during the 2007-08 campaign, scoring five goals with two assists for seven points … scored one game-winning goal … had six penalties for 20 minutes … was +1 on the season … first collegiate goal came in 10th game of the year in a 5-1 win at Western Michigan (Nov. 17) … second goal of the season gave Notre Dame a 5-0 lead in 6-1 win over Bowling Green (Jan. 25) … did not score again until the postseason … opened the scoring in game two of the CCHA second round against Ferris State as he staked the Irish to a 1-0 lead on the way to a 6-3 win that tied the series at 1-1 … had his first multiple-goal and point game in the Frozen Four semifinal game with Michigan, scoring a pair of goals to send Irish to the national championship game against Boston College
PREP & PERSONAL: Graduated from Victor J. Andrew High School in Tinley Park, Ill., while playing for the Chicago Chill … a product of the Hammarby IF program in Stockholm … came to the United States in 2005-06 and played for the Chicago Chill (Midget AAA) where he had 52 goals and 66 assists for 118 points while finishing second at USA Midget AAA championships … spent one season in the USHL with the Tri-City Storm … led the Storm in scoring in 2006-07 with 27 goals and 35 assists for 62 points to tie for 14th in the league in scoring … played in the USHL Prospects/All-Star game in January of 2007 and was named to the `06-[apos]07 USHL all-rookie team … full name is Carl Erik Ridderwall … son of Jan and Marie Ridderwall … has one sister … born on May 28, 1988 in Stockholm, Sweden … graduated with a degree in finance from the Mendoza College of Business.
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