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Good leader ... Great size,
strength and agility ... Strong shot and strong on the puck ...
Great in the corners ... The ultimate power forward.
2008-09: Named to the ECAC East All-Academic team ... One of five players to see action in all 28 games ... Matched his career-high with 19 assists to lead the team and rank fourth among ECAC East players ... Set a personal-best mark with 27 points to top the team and place ninth in the league ... Ranked third on the team with three power play goals and 20th in ECAC East ... Tallied multiple points on seven occasions, including a pair of multi-goal efforts ... Strung together a six-game point-scoring streak from November 25 to December 10 and racked up 12 points during the stretch ... Owned three point streaks of three or more games during the ... Notched at least one point in 17 of 28 games, including six of the final seven contests of the season ... Named ECAC East Player of the Week for the week of November 24-30 ... Matched his career-high with three points on a goal and two assists in the Beacons' 5-4 win at New England College in the ECAC East tournament semifinals on March 6 ... Added two more assists in the ECAC Championship game vs. Babson College on March 7 ... Potted the game-winning score with two seconds left to beat Tufts University for the Manchester Police Athletic League (PAL)/Stovepipe Tournament trophy on November 30 and was named to the All-Tournament team ... Netted a pair of goals and added an assist in a 9-1 victory over Framingham State College on November 25 ... Whistled for just five penalties.
2007-08: Missed the first six games of the season, but shook the rust off right away, netting a goal in his second game of the season to begin a 14-game point-scoring streak, during which he racked up 21 points on five goals and 16 assists ... Tied for the team-lead with 19 assists, which ranked eighth in ECAC East and was third on the squad with 26 points, which placed him 20th among league players ... Named the Codfish Bowl Most Valuable Player after leading the team to its first title since 1997 with three goals and three assists ... Registered seven outings with multiple points and matched his career-high of three on three occasions, including a pair of goals and an assist at Tufts on February 22.
2006-07: Tallied 11 points in the first 11 games of his collegiate career with Nichols College, before finishing the last 17 games of the season with 13 points for UMass Boston after a second-semester transfer ... Ranked third among Nichols' freshman in points and second among the Beacons' freshmen and third overall in points as well ... Ranked fifth for Nichols with six goals and third for UMB with six goals as well ... Ranked fourth for Nichols with three power play goals and third for UMass Boston with a pair of power play scores ... Tied for the team-lead for Nichols with three game-winning goals and ranked seventh among ECAC Northeast players ... Notched his first career points with a pair of goals at Johnson & Wales University on November 14 and tallied two points in each of his next two contests vs. Stonehill College on November 18 and at Salve Regina University on November 21 ... Put together a five-game point-scoring streak from November 26 to December 28 and collected six points during that span ... Registered eight multi-point efforts, including a career-high three points with a goal and two assists vs. Tufts University on February 17... Netted a pair of goals on three occasions and collected a career-high three assists at Saint Michael's College on January 13.
Personal/High School: Played junior hockey for the New York Bobcats ... Born July 26, 1985 ... Son of Sandi and Bill Kranzky ... Majoring in exercise health science ... Earned Deans List honors ... Enjoys hanging out with friends and family, reading, working out, music, psychology, hiking and the beach.