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Hobey Baker Award Candidates
By: Princeton Athletic Communications
          Release: 06/30/2011
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Lee Jubinville • Junior • Edmonton, Alberta

2008 Hobey Baker Award Candidate

2009 First-Team All-America

2008 ECAC Hockey Player of the Year

2008 First-Team All-ECAC Hockey

2008 ECAC Hockey Scoring Champion

2008 Ivy League Player of the Year

2008 Unanimous First-Team All-Ivy

2008 Ivy League Scoring Champion


Zane Kalemba • Junior • Saddle Brook, N.J.

2009 Hobey Baker Award Candidate

2009 Second-Team All-America

2009 ECAC Hockey Player of the Year

2009 Ken Dryden Award Winner; ECAC Goaltender of the Year

2009 First-Team All-ECAC

2009 Ivy League Player of the Year

2009 First-Team All-Ivy


• Named Ivy League Player of the Year, becoming the second Princetonian to win the award and the first since John Messuri took top honors in 1988.

• A unanimous first-team All-Ivy League selection by the Ivy League’s coaches.


• Leads Princeton in assists (26) and points (37)

• Averaging 1.32 points per game, which ranks eighth nationally

• Leads the team with a +10 rating

• Recorded points in 23 of 29 games played and 12 of his last 13 games

• Had nine multiple-point games


• Won the ECAC Hockey Conference Scoring title with 31 points in 22 league games

• Averaged 1.41 points per game in 22 league contests

• Recorded points in 18 of 22 league games played

• Led league in conference assists with 21


• 10/26 – had three assists and was +3 in Princeton’s season-opening win at Yale

• 11/2 – had two goals and assisted on the game winner in Princeton’s 3-2 win at Cornell, Princeton’s first win in Ithaca since Dec. 3, 1994.

• 11/3 – assisted on the game-winning goal in a 2-0 shutout win at Colgate

• 11/21 – scored his third goal of the season at home against Quinnipiac

• 12/1 – had a goal and two assists in a 4-3 win over Union

• 1/4 - had a pair of assists, including one on the game winner in a 5-2 win over Dartmouth

• 1/11 – scored and added an assist in Princeton’s come from behind win at Yale

• 1/12 – recorded a season-high four points, all assists, in a 6-2 win at Brown

• 1/29 – scored the game-winning goal in Princeton’s win at Robert Morris

• 2/8 – set up Brett Wilson’s game-winning goal at home against Brown

• 2/9 – had two assists in a 4-2 home win over Yale

• 2/15 – scored a power-play goal in a loss at Harvard

• 2/16 – assisted on Mike Kramer’s game-winning goal at Dartmouth as Princeton clinched the Ivy League title

• 2/22 – scored two goals and had an assist in a 7-2 home win over Colgate, one of the goals was shorthanded and the game winner

• 2/23 – assisted on Brett Wilson’s game-winning goal in a 2-1 home win over Cornell as Princeton completed the series sweep

• 2/29 – scored his 11th goal of the season, while shorthanded, in a 4-3 loss at Clarkson

• 3/1 – assisted on Mike Moore’s goal in Princeton’s regular season finale at St. Lawrence.

“Zane is the most mentally-tough athlete that I have ever been around,” says head coach Guy Gadowsky. “He means way more to this team than even his great statistics reveal.”

"Zane is one of the best goalies in the nation and he has proven it all year, especially in the third game last weekend against Union," says Princeton captain Brandan Kushniruk. "Zane has been an integral part to our team's success and without him, we would not be in the position we are today."


• Has a 22-8 record in 31 games played. 22 wins sets a Princeton record for wins in a season

• Has a 1.69 goals-against average to rank third nationally. Is also the lowest single season GAA in program history

• Has a .936 save percentage to rank third nationally. Is also the lowest single season SV% in program history

• Has allowed a goal or less in 17 games this season

• Has shutouts over Quinnipiac and Yale



• 11/11 – stopped a then career-high 37 shots to shutout Quinnipiac

• 11/15 – made 28 saves in a 4-1 win at Union

• 11/21 – had 26 saves in a 2-1 win at St. Lawrence

• 11/26 – turned aside 24 shots in a 2-1 win over Quinnipiac

• 12/29 – made 31 saves in a win over WCHA foe Minnesota State

• 12/30 – stopped 27 shots in a win over CCHA for Nebraska-Omaha

• 1/30 – stopped a career-high 39 shots at Yale

• 2/7 – made 26 saves in a win at Cornell, his second in as many years

• 2/21 – shutout Yale at home with a 31 save performance

• 3/15 – allowed one goal on 39 shots in Princeton’s ECAC Quarterfinal series clinching win over Union