14 Jarid Lukosevicius
|Season||GP||Goals||Assists||Points||+/-||PIM||PPG||SHG||GWG||SOG||SOA||SO %||SH||SH %|
|2019-20 Regular Season||27||6||2||8||-1||29||0.30||0||0||0||0||0.0||42||14.3|
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Second season as a Griffin…First year pro…Signed to an amateur tryout for the remainder of the 2018-19 season and to a two-year contract that will last through the 2020-21 season, 4/15/19.
Career Highlights: Named the Frozen Four’s Most Outstanding Player in 2017 after scoring all three of Denver’s goals in the Pioneers’ 3-2 national championship victory over Minnesota-Duluth, helping the program win its eighth national championship…Helped the Pioneers advance to the 2019 Frozen Four…Made his Griffins debut in Game 4 of the Central Division Semifinals, 4/24/19 vs. CHI…In 2018-19, named a nominee for the Hobey Baker Award, a finalist for the NCHC Forward of the Year and named to the NCHC Academic All-Conference Team…Named to the BCHL’s All-Rookie Team in 20131-4 after tying for 15th overall with 59 points (26-33—59).
2018-19: Served as an alternate captain during his senior campaign at the University of Denver and totaled 29 points (19-10—29), a plus-20 rating and 20 PIM in 40 games…Helped the Pioneers advance to the Frozen Four…Named a nominee for the 2019 Hobey Baker Award…Named a finalist for the NCHC Forward of the Year…Named to the NCHC Academic All-Conference Team…Made his professional debut with the Griffins in Game 4 of the Central Division Semifinals, 4/24/19 vs. CHI…First player to make his Griffins debut in the Calder Cup Playoffs since Evgeny Svechnikov in Game 5 of the 2016 Central Division Semifinals, 5/14/16 vs. LE…Paced Denver with 19 goals, seven-game winning goals, 138 shots and two overtime goals while also ranking among Denver’s leaders with 29 points (3rd), 10 assists (T7th), a plus-20 rating (T1st), five power play goals (T1st) and four first goals (2nd)…In all games, paced the NCHC in shots and game-winning goals, and also ranked among the leaders in goals (T2nd), power play goals (T8th) and plus/minus rating (T9th)…In conference-only games, placed among the NCHC’s leaders with 12 goals (2nd), 17 points (T16th), 83 shots (1st), three power play goals (T6th), five game-winning goals (1st) and a plus-eight rating (T16th)…Teammates with goaltender Filip Larsson…Started the season on a nine-game point streak, amassing 13 points (8-5—13) in that stretch, 10/12/18-11/16/18…Named the NCHC Offensive Player of the Week on Nov. 5 and the NCAA First Star of the Week on Nov. 6 after compiling five goals – including a hat trick – during a two-game home sweep of Western Michigan, 11/2/18-11/3/18…Set the school record with his 16th career game-winning goal, 12/8/18 at North Dakota, and concluded his career with 20.
2017-18: As a junior at Denver, posted 34 points (21-13—34), a plus-nine rating and 26 PIM in 41 games…Established collegiate career highs in points and goals…Ranked among the team’s leaders with 34 points (4th), 21 goals (2nd), 13 assists (7th), 158 shots (1st), a plus-nine rating (T8th), 11 power play goals (1st), four first goals (T2nd) and three game-winning goals (T2nd)…In all games, led the conference in shots on goal while also ranking among the NCHC’s leaders in points (13th), goals (2nd), power play goals (2nd) and game-winning goals (T11th)…In conference-only games, ranked as one of the NCHC’s leaders with 15 goals (1st), 81 shots (4th), eight power play goals (2nd) and three game-winning goals (T3rd)…Logged five two-goal games.
2016-17: Recorded 32 points (16-16—32), a plus-13 rating and 31 PIM in 43 games with Denver as a sophomore…Named the Frozen Four’s Most Outstanding Player after scoring all three of Denver’s goals in the Pioneers’ 3-2 national championship victory over Minnesota-Duluth, helping the program win its eighth national championship…Ranked among Denver’s leaders with 32 points (5th), 16 goals (3rd), 16 assists (6th), 150 shots (1st), a plus-13 rating (8th), five power play goals (T2nd) and eight game-winning goals (1st)…In all games, ranked among the NCHC’s leaders in points (18th), goals (T8th), power play goals (T9th), shots (4th) and game-winning goals (1st)…In conference-only games, placed as one of the leaders with three power play goals (T8th) and four game-winning goals (2nd).
2015-16: Skated in 34 games during his freshman season and compiled 10 points (6-4—10), a plus-five rating and 22 PIM…Helped Denver advance to the Frozen Four…Ranked among the team’s leaders with six goals (8th), two power play goals (T7th) and two game-winning goals (T4th)…Made his collegiate debut, 10/9/15 at Air Force…Scored his first collegiate goal, 10/17/15 vs. Michigan State.
2014-15: Recorded 73 points (33-40—73) and 28 PIM in 55 games during his final season in the British Columbia Hockey League with the Powell River Kings…Ranked as one of the team’s regular season leaders with 73 points (2nd), 33 goals (2nd), 40 assists (1st), 10 power play goals (T2nd), three shorthanded goals (T1st), five game-winning goals (2nd)…Placed among the BCHL’s leaders in points (T6th), goals (7th), assists (T9th), power play goals (T15th) and game-winning goals (T11th)…In 13 postseason games, led the team in assists (10) and placed second in points (14)…Tied for 12th in the league in postseason scoring and tied for ninth in assists…Logged a 12-game point streak, 12/20/14-1/18/15, and a 10-game point streak, 9/28/14-10/25/14.
2013-14: In his first full season in the BCHL, tallied 59 points (26-33—59) and 40 PIM in 57 games with Powell…Named to the BCHL’s All-Rookie Team…Ranked among the league’s leaders with 59 points (T15th) and 26 goals (T18th)…Notched eight points (1-7—8) and 13 PIM in nine postseason games.
2012-13: Appeared in four games with Powell and posted three assists.
Personal: Lives in Denver during the off season…Has two dogs, a golden retriever named Sky and an Australian shepherd/border collie named Jak…Earned a finance degree from the University of Denver…Has four siblings…Best friend in hockey is Troy Terry…Greatest hockey memory is winning the NCAA National Championship with Denver in 2017…Also was a part of a championship team with the Northwest Giants…Started playing hockey at the age of four and his first position was forward…Hockey nicknames are Luko or Jerry…Hockey idol as a youth was Joe Sakic…Greatest influence on his hockey career has been his papa because he is his role model…After his playing career, plans to teach kids how to shoot pucks…First job was as a fry cook…Proudest accomplishment was winning the National Championship…Supports children’s hospitals…An interesting thing about him is he’s good at playing Call of Duty…If he could trade places for a day with another occupation, he would be a stay at home dad…Also played baseball growing up…Favorite food is sushi…Favorite music artist is Metallica…Least favorite music artist is Kodak Black…Favorite movie is Catch Me If You Can…Favorite television show is Game of Thrones…Favorite website is Twitch…Favorite author is Stephen King…Favorite vacation place is Maui…Favorite sports team is the University of Denver…Favorite sport to watch other than hockey is football.
- AHL Game 4/24/19 GR vs. CHI, playoffs
- AHL Point N/A
- AHL Goal N/A
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