#11 Erik Condra
Four-time monogram winner at Notre Dame … served as the team captain for Irish in 2008-09 … was an alternate captain as a junior in 2007-08 … named second-team ACHA/Reebok All-American following `08-[apos]09 campaign … selected second team ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-American as a senior, becoming just the 53rd Notre Dame student-athlete to be named both an All-American and an Academic All-American … one of 10 finalists for the Lowe[apos]s Senior CLASS Award … a second team all-CCHA selection as a senior … winner of CCHA[apos]s Terry Flanagan Award for ‘perseverance, dedication and courage’ after coming back from a season-ending knee injury as a junior … finalist for the CCHA[apos]s top defensive forward award … led the Irish in scoring in four consecutive seasons … played in 159 career games, scoring 48 goals with 110 assists for 158 career points … had 18 power-play goals, six short-handed tallies and 11 game winners while being +49 for his career … one of just nine Irish players to record 100 or more assists in career, ranking seventh on that list … finished career ranked 13th on all-time points list … three-time winner of Notre Dame[apos]s top forward award … winner of the school[apos]s prestigious Byron V. Kanaley Award and Francis Patrick O[apos]Connor Awards as a senior … selected in the seventh round, 211th overall, in the 2006 NHL Entry Draft by the Ottawa Senators … signed with the Senators on July 1, 2009.
AS A SENIOR: Served as team captain for the Irish in 2008-09 … led Notre Dame in scoring for the fourth consecutive year … played in all 40 games, scoring 13 goals with 25 assists for 38 points … had five power-play tallies, two short-handed goals and a pair of game winners … had 17 penalties for 34 minutes and was +11 on the season … second on the team with 102 shots on goal … had 11 games with two or more points with three multiple-goal games … was eighth among overall scorers in the CCHA … winner of team[apos]s offensive player of the year award … named second-team ACHA/Reebok All-American … selected second team ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-American as a senior, to become just the 53rd Notre Dame student-athlete (66th time overall) to be named both an All-American and an Academic All-American … along with teammate Jordan Pearce was one of 10 finalists for the Lowe[apos]s Senior CLASS Award … a second team all-CCHA selection as a senior … winner of CCHA[apos]s Terry Flanagan Award for ‘perseverance, dedication and courage’ after coming back from a season-ending knee injury as a junior … was a finalist for the CCHA[apos]s top defensive forward award … winner of the school[apos]s prestigious Byron V. Kanaley Award and Francis Patrick O[apos]Connor Awards … had game-winning goal on the power play in 3-0 win over Sacred Heart (Oct. 17) to highlight a five-point weekend (2g, 3a) versus Pioneers … had just seven more points in first half (2g, 5a) before getting hot right before Christmas with a six-game point streak (1g, 7a) … recorded two goals on the power play in 4-3 overtime win at Ohio State (Feb. 6) … second came with one second left on clock in regulation to tie game … turned in a seven-point weekend (2g, 5a) in sweep of Northern Michigan (Feb. 13-14) … had third, five-point game (2g, 3a) of career in 9-5 win on Feb. 13 … named CCHA offensive player of the week for week ending Feb. 15 … picked up third, two-goal game of season in 5-0 win over Michigan State on Feb. 27, including the game winner … had three assists in five postseason games.
AS A JUNIOR: Served as alternate captain for the Irish in 2007-08 … Notre Dame[apos]s top scorer, scoring a career high 15 goals with 23 assists for 38 points … added career highs in power-play goals (6) and short-handed tallies (4) while tying a career best with four game winners … picked up 13 penalties for 26 minutes … was +6 on the year … missed the final six games of the year with a knee injury suffered in the second round of the CCHA playoffs against Ferris State (March 16) … selected to the all-tournament teams at the Rensselaer Holiday Tournament and the Lightning College Hockey Classic … selected as Notre Dame[apos]s `07-[apos]08 offensive player of the year … second team ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic all-District Five at-Large team … had nine games with two or more points, including a five-point game and a pair of three-point nights … collected one multiple-goal game on the season … turned in a six-point weekend against Lake Superior (3g, 3a) … equaled a career high with five points (2g, 3a) in 7-3 win over the Lakers on Nov. 1.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Led Notre Dame in scoring for the second consecutive season, scoring 14 goals with 34 assists for 48 points in 42 games … had four power-play goals, one short-handed tally and four game winners on the year … whistled off for nine penalties resulting in 18 penalty minutes … led the Irish with a +30 … Condra[apos]s 48 points were most by an Irish player since Curtis Janicke `93 had 50 points in 1990-91 … 34 assists were most since Connor Dunlop `03 had 36 in 2001-02 … was sixth in the CCHA with 48 points and tied for for second with 34 assists while +30 led all skaters … was an honorable mention all-CCHA selection … Notre Dame[apos]s offensive player-of-the-year for 2006-07 … had 10 games with two or more points, including two four-point nights and one game with five points … had one multiple-goal game … recorded only two-goal game (including game winner) of the season in 4-0 win over Falcons on Nov. 11, giving him five-point weekend (2g, 3a) … selected CCHA offensive player-of-the-week player-of-the-week for Nov. 12 … had four-point game (1g, 3a) in 7-3 win and two assists in 4-3 victory over Wolverines … named CCHA offensive player-of-the-week for Dec. 11 … turned in career-best five-point game (1g, 4a) in 6-2 win at Robert Morris … collected back-to-back game-winning goals in sweep at Lake Superior … had second four-assist game of season and third of his career in 7-1 win over Alaska in game one of CCHA quarterfinals … followed with single assist in 3-1 win in game two … set up two goals in 3-0 win over Lake Superior State in CCHA semifinals … scored game-tying goal (1-1) in 2-1 win over Michigan in CCHA championship game … selected to the CCHA all-tournament team …assisted on one goal in 3-2 double-overtime win against Alabama-Huntsville in NCAA tournament.
AS A FRESHMAN: Led the Irish in scoring with six goals and 28 assists for 36 points … scored three goals on the power play and one game winner … picked up 16 penalties for 32 minutes … was -2 on the year … Notre Dame[apos]s rookie-of-the-year … selected to CCHA all-rookie team … finalist for CCHA rookie-of-the-year honors … led all CCHA freshmen in scoring and was seventh in the nation … picked up first collegiate points in second game of the season when he assisted on all three goals in a 6-3 loss at Denver to start a four-game point streak (1g, 6a) … scored first collegiate goal versus Michigan (Nov. 4) … had second three-assist game in the first seven contests with three helpers in 9-4 win against Bowling Green on Nov. 10 … had first multiple-goal game of career with two goals and one assist in 3-2 win at Minnesota State on Dec. 6 … selected CCHA rookie-of-the-week for Dec. 11 for four-point weekend … combined with Tom Sawatske to score the two fastest goals (eight seconds apart) in Notre Dame hockey history in third period … had career-best four-point and four-assist game in 7-4 win at Bowling Green.
PREP & PERSONAL: Graduated from Texas High School in Texarkana, Texas … spent first three years of high school at Detroit Catholic Central in Redford, Mich. … played one year of junior hockey in the USHL with the Lincoln Stars … played for the Texarkana Bandits of the North American Hockey League (NAHL) … selected team MVP following the season … came up through the Honeybaked junior program in Detroit … full name is Erik P. Condra … son of Paul and Sonja Condra … has one brother … nephew of Irish All-American hockey standout Kirt Bjork `83 … born Aug, 6, 1986, in Wyandotte, Mich. … graduated from Notre Dame with degrees in psychology and pre-professional studies (pre-med) on May 17, 2009.
Condra[apos]s Career Statistics