#33 Garrett Regan
Speedy left wing who earned his fourth monogram during the 2008-09 season … outstanding skater who was strong on the forecheck and strong in his own end … played in all 40 games in his senior year, scoring seven goals with 11 assists for 18 points … scored one power-play goal and had a pair of game-winning goals … during his Notre Dame career, played in 154 games (tied for sixth all-time) with 31 goals and 33 assists for 64 points … had 36 career penalties for 72 minutes … picked up seven power-play goals, one short-handed tally and eight game winners … played his junior hockey with the Waterloo Black Hawks of the United States Hockey League (USHL) … one of 88 Notre Dame players from the state of Minnesota to earn a monogram during his career.
AS A SENIOR: One of eight players on the roster to play in all 40 games for Notre Dame during the 2008-09 season … scored seven goals with 11 assists for 18 points … had one power-play goal and a pair of game winners … whistled off the ice for four penalties resulting in eight minutes … was +12 on the season, tops among Irish forwards … tied for fifth on the team with 92 shots on goal … broke out of a 21-game goal-less drought before netting the opening goal in a 4-1 win over number two Boston College (Nov. 7) … scored twice the following night, including the game winner in a 4-1 win at Providence College … was selected the CCHA offensive player of the week for his three-goal weekend during the week ending Nov. 9 … selected to the all-tournament team at the Shillelagh Tournament after scoring two goals in the championship game, including the game winner versus Minnesota-Duluth … had assists in back-to-back games versus Alaska (Jan. 10) and Lake Superior (Jan. 16) … went five games without a point before getting a goal and an assist in 9-5 win over Northern Michigan (Feb. 13) … added a goal the following night in 5-2 wins over the Wildcats … extended point streak to three games with two assists in 4-3 overtime win at Nebraska-Omaha (Feb. 20) … had one assist in each game of the Michigan State sweep by the Irish.
AS A JUNIOR: Played in 42 games during the 2007-08 campaign, missing five games with a high ankle sprain suffered on Nov. 10 at Miami … had seven goals and six assists for 13 points … added two power-play goals and one game winner … whistled off for seven penalties for 22 minutes … was -6 on the year … got the season off to a fast start with three points in the first three games … scored first goal of the season in the 4-0 win over Mercyhurst in the third-place game of the Lefty McFadden Tournament on Oct. 13 … played a key role in 4-3 home-opening win against fifth-ranked Denver with a goal and assist … picked up third goal of the season in 4-2 win at Bowling Green (Oct. 23) … held off the scoresheet until Nov. 30 when he returned to the lineup to go on a four-game point streak (3g, 2a) … scored a goal and an assist in the 5-4 win over Nebraska-Omaha at the Joyce Center … goal was game winner at 17:54 of the third period … had one goal in each of the team[apos]s wins at Princeton (Dec. 7-8) … scored final goal of the season at Alaska (Feb. 15) … goal came on the power play and opened the scoring in a 2-1 Notre Dame win … had two assists in nine postseason games.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Played in 42 games, finishing fifth in team scoring with 14 goals and 12 assists for 26 points … had four power-play goals, one short-handed tally and four game-winning goals … finished third on the squad with 107 shots on goal … recorded 14 penalties for 28 minutes … was +2 on the season … led the Irish with four multiple-goal games … was selected Notre Dame[apos]s most improved player for 2006-07 … got his season off to a strong start with the first two-goal game of his career, scoring twice in a 2:36 span, in season-opening 6-2 win over Minnesota State … second goal of the night proved to be the game winner … scored third goal of season in 3-0 win over Army at the Lightning College Hockey Classic … had a three-goal weekend in Irish sweep of Michigan … scored power-play goal in 7-3 win at Yost Arena on Dec. 8 and added two goals, including the game winner in 4-3 win at the Joyce Center on Dec. 10 … continued streak versus Northern Michigan with one assist in 4-3 win at Ft. Wayne on Dec. 30 and then scored a breakaway goal against the Wildcats on Dec. 31 in 4-2 Joyce Center win … picked up a power-play goal in 4-2 home loss to Robert Morris … assisted on one goal at Lake Superior and added an empty-netter in 4-1 win against the Lakers on Jan. 13 … closed four-game streak with first short-handed goal of career in 3-2 loss at Western Michigan … recorded his third multiple-goal game in 3-2 overtime win at Alaska … opened the playoffs with a career-best three-point game (2g, 1a) in 7-1 win over Alaska in game one of the quarterfinals … helped set up Jason Paige[apos]s game-winning goal in CCHA championship game, a 2-1 win over Michigan … in six postseason games had two goals and three assists for five points.
AS A FRESHMAN: Played in 30 games as a freshman, scoring three goals with four assists … had one game winner … picked up seven penalties for 14 minutes … recorded 42 shots on goal … was +1 on the year … got off to a fast start with a four-game scoring streak (2g, 2a) from Oct. 29 to Nov. 10 … scored the first goal of the game and the eventual game winner in 2-0 win over Princeton … added his second consecutive goal in 8-5 loss to Michigan on Nov. 4 … picked up assists in back-to-back games against Michigan and Bowling Green … did not score a point until Jan. 13 when he recorded an assist in 2-2 tie at Miami … had first multiple-point game of career, notching a goal and an assist in 4-1 win over Alaska Fairbanks in game that helped Irish wrap up home ice in the playoffs … did not score in either playoff game against the Nanooks.
PREP & PERSONAL: Graduated from Hill-Murray High School in Maplewood, Minn., where he earned three letters in hockey, two in baseball and one in football … two-time team MVP … as a junior, helped Hill-Murray to second place in the Minnesota State Tournament … had 41 goals and 38 assists for 79 points in 31 games … selected all-conference, all-metro and all-state … selected to the all-tournament team in state tourney … team captain as a senior and took all-conference, all-metro and all-state honors after scoring 30 goals and 35 assists in 28 games … played parts of three seasons in the USHL with Waterloo … team MVP in `04-[apos]05 with 21 goals and 24 assists for 45 points on team that finished second in Eastern Division … in `03-[apos]04, his first full season of junior hockey, helped lead Waterloo to the USHL title and the Clark Cup as national junior champions … first action with Waterloo in 2002-03, playing in 21 games with four goals and one assist for five points as Black Hawks won the Eastern Conference title … full name is Garrett O. Regan … son of Pat and Mary Regan … has one brother and two sisters … sister, Meghan, is a 2005 graduate of Notre Dame … grandfather, Don Regan, attended Notre Dame but dropped out to join the service during World War II and uncle, Sean, played hockey for the Irish between 1981-83 before finishing career at Minnesota … father played hockey at Minnesota-Duluth from 1976-80 … born April 23, 1985, in St. Paul, Minn. … graduated from Notre Dame on May 17, 2009 with a degree in psychology from the College of Arts and Letters.
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