14 Brock Maschmeyer
14 Brock Maschmeyer
Height: 5-7
Weight: 183
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Bruderheim, Alta.
Position: D
Previous Team: Nanaimo (BCHL)

2016-17 (Senior): Served as Northern Michigan's assistant captain ... Was one of nine Wildcats to skate in all 39 games ... Notched 21 points (5g-16a), good for fifth on the team and the most by a defenseman ...  Led Wildcat defensemen in goals and tied Philip Beaulieu for the lead in assists ... Posted 11 points (4g-7a) on the power play, tied with Dominik Shine for the team lead ... Finished third on the team, and first among defensemen, with a +6 rating ... Took second on the team in blocks (57) and conference blocks (45) ... Tied fellow seniors Shine and Shane Sooth for the team lead in game-winning goals (2) ... Was one of three Wildcats to take at least 100 shots, tying Robbie Payne for second with 100 ... Enjoyed four multi-point efforts, topping out at a season-best three (1g-2a) against Wisconsin Oct. 7 ... Ran together a four-game point streak (1g-4a) from Dec. 28 to Jan. 7 ... Had a season-best +3 rating at Wisconsin Nov. 4 and took a season-high nine shots at Lake Superior State Jan. 14 ... Became the 20th defenseman in program history to record 60 career points with two helpers against Alaska-Anchorage Jan. 21 ... Wrapped up career ranked seventh among Wildcat defensemen in career goals (25) and 17th in career points (68) ... Named a WCHA Scholar-Athlete and to the All-Academic Team ... Was one of five Division I skaters honored on the Senior CLASS Award® All-American first team, which honors seniors who have notable achievements in the community, classroom, character and competition

2015-16 (Junior): Served as Northern Michigan's assistant captain ... Was one of five Wildcats to appear in all 38 games ... Posted 13 points (5g-8a), tied for first among Northern Michigan defensemen and fifth on the team ... Led the Wildcats in blocks (34) during conference play and finished third in overall blocks (44) ... Ranked third on the team in shots (82) ... Posted three multi-point performances: against Lake Superior State Oct. 16 (1g-1a), at Alaska-Fairbanks Nov. 7 (2a) and against Minnesota-Duluth Jan. 29 (1g-1a) ... Scored first career shorthanded goal, and one of the Wildcats' two on the season, into an empty net to secure a 5-3 win over Alaska-Fairbanks Jan. 16 ... That tally, which snapped a 20-game goal-scoring drought, kicked off a stretch where he netted five points (4g-1a) in five games ... Finished a season-best +2 against Lake Superior State Oct. 16 and sent a season-high six shots on net at Lake Superior State Feb. 26 ... Named a WCHA Scholar-Athlete and to the WCHA All-Academic Team.

2014-15 (Sophomore): Was one of five Wildcats to appear in all 38 games ... Totaled 19 points (9g-10a) ... Became the first defenseman in the 39-year history of the program to lead Northern Michigan in goal scoring, edging Reed Seckel by a single strike ... Finished second on the team in blocks (40), third in power play points (2g-7a) and tied for fifth in overall points ... Led Wildcat defensemen and finished third on the team with 73 shots ... Tied Bemidji State's Matt Prapavessis for first among WCHA defensemen in goals; they were the only defensemen to crack the top 30 in league goal scoring ... Finished tied for first among WCHA defensemen in game-winning goals (2) and tied for fifth in power play points and seventh in overall points ... Posted three two-goal games: against Alabama-Huntsville Nov. 1, then No. 14 Bowling Green Dec. 5 and then No. 8 Michigan Tech Jan. 9 ... Recorded first career three-point outing (2g-1a) against the Huskies Jan. 9 ... Enjoyed second three-point night (1g-2a) against Lake Superior State Feb. 27 ... Finished a season-best +2 in four games and took a season-high five shots at Alaska-Anchorage Nov. 22 ... Became the first Wildcat since Northern Michigan rejoined the WCHA in 2013-14 to earn all-WCHA accolades, claiming a spot on the third team ... Named a WCHA Scholar-Athlete and to the WCHA All-Academic Team.

2013-14 (Freshman): Played in 32 games, registering 15 points (6g-9a) ... Ranked third among Wildcat defensemen in points and fourth among newcomers ... Finished second on the team in power play goals (5) and tied for third in power play points (9) ... Scored first collegiate goal against Nebraska-Omaha Oct. 19 and then netted second goal in Northern Michigan's next game against Michigan Tech Oct. 25 ... Picked up first collegiate assists, and first multi-point effort, with two helpers at Alaska-Fairbanks Nov. 1 ... Led the Wildcats with four points (2g-2a) in their WCHA quarterfinal series against Minnesota State Mar. 14 and 15 ... Posted a season-best +2 rating twice and took a season-high five shots against Michigan Tech Oct. 25.  

Career Highs
Goals: 2, 3x (last Michigan Tech, 1/9/15)
Assists: 2, 7x (last Michigan Tech, 2/24/17)
Points: 3, 3x (last vs. Wisconsin, 10/7/16)
Plus/Minus: +3 (at Wisconsin, 11/4/16)
Point Streak: 4 (1g-4a, 12/28/16 to 1/7/17)
Multi-Point Games: 14

Before NMU: Split time between the Fort McMurray Oil Barons (AJHL) and Nanaimo Clippers (BCHL) in 2012-13, skating in a combined 35 games and posting 14 points (3g-11a) ... Spent two full seasons with the Oil Barons from 2010 to 2012, accumulating 69 points (21g-48a) in 119 career games ... Enjoyed best offensive season of junior career in 2011-12, posting career highs in goals (12), assists (32) and points (44); his 44 points was the best total posted by a Fort McMurray defenseman that year ... Skated for the Lloydminster Bobcats (AJHL) from 2008 to 2010, posting 43 points (3g-40a) in 112 games.

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