UND Roster

2019-20 Hockey Roster

#26 Cam Morrison

Forward


Height 6-3
Weight 214 lbs.
Class Senior
Hometown Aurora, Ontario
Last Team Youngstown (USHL)

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2019-20 AWARDS AND HONORS 

  • Named B1G Third Star of the Week (Nov. 5)

AS A SENIOR

  • Scored 13 goals and recorded 14 assists for a career-high 27 points in 37 games as a senior.
  • His 13 goals also marked a career-high total as he finished his Irish career with 95 points (44-51-95).
  • Recorded a team-best +10 rating on the season, while his 27 points ranked second on the team.
  • Recorded two assists in the 5-2 victory over Lake Superior State (Oct. 25).  
  • Recorded three assists in the 5-3 road victory against Minnesota (Nov. 2) for his 14th career multi-point game and tied his career high for assists in a game.
  • Scored a goal in the 5-2 loss against #16 Bowling Green (Nov. 29).
  • Scored a goal in the 4-2 loss against #7/7 Penn State (Dec. 13).
  • Scored a goal in the 1-1 tie against #19 Western Michigan (Jan. 3).
  • Recorded one goal and added two assists in the 4-1 road victory against #19 Western Michigan (Jan. 5).  
  • Recorded an assist in the 3-3 tie against #8 Penn State (Jan. 31).
  • Scored a shorthanded goal in the 4-2 road victory against #8 Penn State (Feb. 1), marking his first career shorthanded goal.
  • Scored a goal in the 3-3 tie against Minnesota (Feb. 14). 
  • Scored a goal in the 2-1 road victory against Michigan (Feb. 21).
  • Scored a goal in 2-2 tie against Michigan State (Feb. 29).
  • Scored a goal in the 2-1 Big Ten quarterfinal loss against Minnesota (March 7).
  • Scored a goal in the 3-2 Big Ten quarterfinal loss against Minnesota (March 8) as he finished his Irish career with 10 career playoff goals (15 career playoff points). 

2018-19 HONORS AND AWARDS
• Named to the Big Ten’s All-Tournament Team (March 23).
• Named to the NCAA Northeast Regional All-Tournament Team (March 30).

2017-18 HONORS AND AWARDS
• Named to the Big Ten’s All-Tournament Team (March 17).

AS A JUNIOR
• Tied for second on the Irish with 11 goals and finished the season with 21 points.
• Scored Notre Dame’s opening goal in a 4-1 win at Omaha (Oct. 19) and added two assists for a three-point night.
• Missed three games (Nov. 10-17) due to injury.
• Had the primary assist on Cal Burke’s overtime game-winning goal in Notre Dame’s 2-1 victory over Northern Michigan (Nov. 27).
• Scored the fourth goal in Notre Dame’s 5-1 win over RPI (Nov. 30).
• Had a goal and an assist in the 3-0 game two win over RPI, including the game winner (Dec. 1).
• Was named the Big Ten’s Third Star of the Week (Dec. 4) after helping the Irish to a 3-0-0 week with four points.
• Had a goal and an assist in Notre Dame’s 5-4 win at ninth-ranked Penn State (Dec. 7).
• Scored a power-play goal in Notre Dame’s outdoor game at Notre Dame Stadium versus Michigan (Jan. 5).
• Missed five games (Jan. 12, 18, 20, 25 and 26) with an upper body injury.
• Returned to the lineup at Ohio State and scored a goal in the 4-2 loss to the Buckeyes (Feb. 1).
• Had the primary assist on Colin Theisen’s game-winning goal in Notre Dame’s 3-2 comeback win at Minnesota (Feb. 22).
• Scored the opening goal in Notre Dame’s 2-1 victory over Minnesota in the Big Ten Tournament semifinal (March 16)
• Scored the game-winning goal in Notre Dame’s 3-2 Big Ten Championship victory over Penn State (March 23).
• It marked the second year in a row Morrison scored the game winner in the B1G title game.
• Named to the Big Ten All-Tournament Team (March 23).
• Scored the overtime winner in Notre Dame’s 3-2 overtime winner vs. Clarkson in the NCAA Northeast Regional.
• Named to the NCAA Northeast Regional All-Tournament Team (March 30).

AS A SOPHOMORE

• Scored his first goal of the season in the third period of Notre Dame’s 4-2 loss to No. 1 Denver (Oct. 14).
• Scored in the third period to restore Notre Dame’s two goal lead in an eventual 4-1 win at #16 Ohio State (Nov. 3).
• Scored his first career overtime game-winning goal for the Irish in Notre Dame’s 1-0 win at RPI , just 13 seconds into the extra stanza (Nov. 18).
• Notched a career-high three assists in Notre Dame’s 5-2 win over Minnesota (Nov. 25).
• Had a pair of assists in Notre Dame’s 6-2 win at Wisconsin (Dec. 9).
• Matched his career high with two goals in Notre Dame’s 6-3 win over Michigan State, including the game winner (Feb. 23).
• Scored the overtime game-winning goal in Notre Dame’s 3-2 victory over Ohio State in the Big Ten Tournament Championship game (March 17).
• Posted the primary assist on Jake Evans’ game-winner against Michigan, sending the team to the National Championship game (April 5).
• Assisted on Andrew Oglevie’s power play goal against Minnesota-Duluth in the final game of the season (April 7).

AS A FRESHMAN
• Posted two assists in his first career game, a 9-2 Notre Dame win over Arizona State (Oct. 7).
• Scored a goal in Notre Dame’s 6-2 win over UConn (Oct. 28).
• Had the game-winning goal (first of his career) and added an assist in Notre Dame’s 5-2 comeback win at Northeastern (Nov. 12).
• Notched a goal and an assist in Notre Dame’s 5-0 win over Alaska (Dec. 31).
• Scored the game-tying goal with 1:13 to play in the third period in Notre Dame’s 4-4 comeback tie versus Vermont (Feb. 3).
• Scored the third period, game-tying goal in a 3-3 tie versus 10th-ranked Providence (Feb. 18).
• Scored a power-play goal to tie the game at 1-1 and added an assist in Notre Dame’s 5-2 Hockey East quarterfinal game two win over Providence (March 11).
• Had an assist in Notre Dame’s 3-2 comeback win over Minnesota in the first round of the NCAA Championship (March 25).
• Scored twice in the NCAA Northeast Regional Final in the 3-2 overtime win against UMass Lowell, including the third period, game-tying goal at 14:43.
• That was his first career two-goal game.
• Netted a power-play goal to give the Irish their lone goal of the NCAA Frozen Four matchup against Denver. (Apr. 6.)
• Finished his inaugural season with the Irish with 12 goals and 12 assists for a total of 24 points.

IN THE USHL
• Played his first season in the USHL with Youngstown in 2015-16 and was named the USHL’s Rookie of the Year after scoring 34 goals and adding 32 assists for 66 points in 60 regular-season games.
• Morrison was also named a First Team USHL All-Star and he was selected to the All-Rookie First Team.
• He led all rookies in goals and points and his 34 goals also ranked third overall in the league.
• Earned USHL Rookie of the Week honors twice (Nov. 2 & April 11).
• He was the youngest player in the 2016 USHL/NHL Top Prospects Game (Omaha, Nebraska) and scored a goal to help Team East to a 6-2 victory.

NHL DRAFT
• Selected in the second round, 40th overall, by the Colorado Avalanche in the 2016 NHL Entry Draft.
• Ranked 46th 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).

WITH HOCKEY CANADA
• Competed with Team Canada at the IIHF U-18 World Championship, where he scored a goal and added three assists for four points in seven games.

IN THE OJHL
• Played the 2014-15 season with the Aurora Tigers of the Ontario Junior Hockey League.
• In 49 games with the Tigers, he scored 31 goals and added 22 assists for 53 points.
• His 31 goals led the team and ranked sixth in the league, while his 53 points were the fourth-most on the Tigers.
• Became the youngest player since 2008 to win OJHL Rookie of the Year honors and also was named the CJHL Rookie of the Year.

PREP & PERSONAL
• Graduated from Austintown Fitch High School in Youngstown, Ohio.
• Selected as the 2016 Sport Aurora Athlete of the Year.
• Full name is Cameron MacLean Morrison and he is the son of Allison and Stewart Morrison.
• Has a younger brother, Spencer.
• Majoring in Management Consulting.

CAREER HIGHS
Goals: 2 (2x – vs. Michigan State 2/23/18)
Assists: 3 (2x – at Minnesota 11/1/19)
Points: 3 (4x – at Western Michigan 1/5/20)
Multi-Point Games: 15
Point Streak: 5 games (Nov. 27-Dec. 8, 2018)
Most Recent Goal: at Minnesota 3/7/20