6 - Casey Haines
Casey Haines
Born: 8/23/86
Height: 5-9
Weight: 185
Year: Senior
Hometown: Indiana, Pa.
High School: Pleasant Grove
Position: Left Wing
Team: Texarkana (NAHL)
S/C: L

Senior (2009-10 Season): Game-By-Game Statistics . . . A gritty, two-way skater . . . Brings a high-energy level to the ice every time . . . Has the ability to both score and defend with equal effectiveness . . . Feisty and aggressive-type of player . . . His hard work and committment level has made him one of the team's core players . . . Strong forechecker . . . Has the ability to score and also set up his teammates for scoring chances . . . Progressed into one of team's top penalty-kill performers . . . Possesses good game instincts . . . Supplies flexibility to the team in ability to play all three forward positions . . . Career Statistics.

Junior (2008-09 Season): A Ferris State Steve Banonis Memorial Most Improved Player Award co-recipient . . . Earned a FSU Dean's Academic Award . . . Competed in all 38 team contests . . . Ranked tied for fifth place among team's leading points getters with 16 on six goals with 10 assists . . . Generated eight (3-5=8) in 28 league encounters . . . Shared top team honors in short-handed points with two (2-0=2) and also in FSU's first goal of a game (four) . . . Recorded a squad second-most tying three game-winning assists . . . Tied for sixth place on team in multiple-point game performances (three) . . . Totaled a squad ninth-best 16 blocked shots, which included a season game-high four blocks at Bowling Green State (2/13) . . . Tallied the game-winning goal on a short-hander at Miami (11/8) . . . Netted a shortie in a league home win over Western Michigan (10/25) . . . Enjoyed a three-point (0-3=3) series output versus Alabama-Huntsville (12/12-13) . . . Scored a lamplighter apiece vs. St. Lawrence (1/2) and Colgate (1/3) in a pair of Vermont Sheraton/TD Banknorth Catamount Cup Tournament tilts . . . Earned two points with a goal and an assist on two occasions - versus Canisius (10/11) and against Ohio State (1/17) . . . Racked up a combined five (2-3=5) points in a four-game points streak (12/12-1/3) . . . Chalked up a month-high five points (3-2=5) in eight January appearances . . . Started out the campaign with four points (2-2=4) in seven October contests and matched points total (1-3=4) in nine November encounters . . . Seven (4-3=7) of his seasons' points came in the second period . . . Recorded six (0-6=6) points in the third period . . . Garnered three (2-1=3) power-play points . . . His 10 Perani Cup points in all games tied for seventh-place honors on the team . . . Game-By-Game Statistics.

Sophomore (2006-07 Season): Tied for 12th-place honors among team's leading point getters . . . Accounted for the game-winning score in a 6-3 series-clinching win over Western Michigan (3/8) in CCHA Tourney First-Round action . . . Recorded a lamplighter with an assist in season home opener against Wayne State (10/19) and was +2 for the contest . . . Netted a goal in a 5-3 league triumph at Notre Dame (2/8) . . . Strung together a three-game (12/29-1/11) point string (1-2=3) . . . Garnered two points (1-1=2) in five October games, two points (1-1=2) in three December outings, and two points 0-2=2) in six January contests for season bests . . . Registered period bests in the second (1-2=3) and third (3-0=3) frames . . . A FSU Dean's Academic Award winner.

Freshman (2006-07 Season): Participated in 31 of the team's 39 contests . . . Compiled a three-game (10/13-20) scoring string with three total points (2-1=3) and had a combined +4 plus/minus rating . . . Took only three games before registering his first collegiate tally and was +2 against Mercyhurst (10/13) . . . Received an assist in the series finale versus Mercyhurst (10/14) . . . Accounted for the Bulldogs' first marker in a 2-1 triumph at Western Michigan (10/20) . . . Picked up a helper in Ferris' 6-3 decision over Nebraska Omaha (1/20) . . . Scored an unassisted marker and had a plus one rating at Lake Superior State (3/3) in game two of a first-round CCHA Tourney series . . . Started out the campaign with a personal season-high three points (2-1=3) in eight October affairs.

High School/Juniors:
Second all-time leading points getter for the Texarkana Bandits of the North American Hockey League (NAHL) with 120 career points (49-71=120) in 111 outings . . . Earned 2005-06 second-team NAHL All-Star plaudits by totaling a squad-leading 73 points on a team third-best 29 goals and a squad-high tying 44 assists in 58 contests for head coach Jon Cooper's club . . . Placed tied for sixth among the NAHL's 2005-06 points leaders as the Bandits went 42-14 overall . . . Selected both team Most Valuable Player and Offensive MVP following the 2005-06 season . . . Tied for 35th place among NAHL scoring leaders by garnering 47 points with 20 goals and 27 assists in 53 games for 2004-05 campaign en route to a 36-15 overall mark . . . Winner of the team's Charlie Hustle Award for 2004-05 campaign . . . Two-time (2004-06) team captain and teammate of FSU forward Aaron Lewicki . . . A 2005 graduate of Pleasant Grove High School in Texarkana, Texas . . . Played two seasons (2001-02) each in hockey and football at Indiana (Pa.) High . . . Member of USA Hockey Mid-America Select Team at bantam midget level . . . Also played for Honey Baked AAA Midget Major Team as a high school freshman.

Personal:
Son of Paul and Robin Haines . . . Born 8/23/86 in Indiana, Pa. . . . His father works in sales and mother is a homemaker . . . Has an older brother and a younger sister . . . His brother, Jordan, played club hockey at Indiana (Pa.) . . . Interests include hunting, fishing and golf . . . FSU Letters: Three . . . Shoots: left . . . Majoring in finance.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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