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   # 10 - Justin Menke
Justin Menke
Ferris State
Position:
Center

Height:
5-10

Weight:
182

Year:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Shamrock, Saskatchewan

Junior Team:
Yorkton (SJHL)


Bulldog Career: Career Statistics.

Sophomore (2008-09 Season):
Game-By-Game Statistics . . . A dynamic, two-way skater and is regarded as one of the team’s best . . . Offensively talented . . . Developing into a top-line center . . . A fine playmaker from the middle of the ice in and has the ability to make other players around him better . . . Performs well offensively on the rush . . . Possesses an extremely high hockey IQ . . . Good on faceoffs . . . Possesses a strong, accurate shot . . . Will press for ice time in all situations.

Freshman (2007-08 Season):
A CCHA All-Rookie Honorable Mention Team selection . . . Finished fifth on the team in points and was the Bulldogs’ top-scoring rookie . . . Netted a squad seventh-best eight markers . . . His eight (5-3=8) power-play points represented the fifth-highest output on the squad . . . Named to Toyota UConn Hockey Classic All-Tourney Team after producing two assists in 5-0 championship game win at host Connecticut (12/30) . . . Generated at least a point in a game on 19 occasions . . . Posted the game-winning lamplighter at Ohio State (11/4) and at Notre Dame (3/14) in a 2-1 CCHA Tourney Quarterfinal-Round decision . . . Tallied a short-hander against Notre Dame (10/27) and was +2 for the contest . . . First college point was a goal in home opener vs. Wayne State (10/19) . . . Compiled a four-game (1/18-26) point streak with a combined four points (1-3=4) . . . Twice (12/1-8 and 1/18-25) notched a three-game assist string . . . Generated five points (0-5=5) in five December appearances . . . Amassed 10 (4-6=10) first-period points and seven (3-4=7) second-period points on the season.

 

High School/Juniors:
Registered a team-leading 64 points on 24 goals with 40 assists in 58 games for the Yorkton (Saskatchewan) Terriers of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League (SJHL) in the 2006-07 season . . . Placed seventh among the final 2006-07 SJHL leaders in points while ranking sixth and 19th in assists and goals, respectively . . . Played three seasons (2004-05, 2005-06, and 2006-07) at Yorkton for head coach Ed Zawatsky . . . The 2006-07 team captain was the winner of both the Terriers' Top Scorer Award and Dedication & Serves Community Award . . . A 2006-07 co-honoree of the Coach's Award and was the third star of the program's Three Star Award . . . Concluded the 2006-07 regular-season campaign with eight lamplighters and two helpers in six outings en route to attaining SJHL Player of the Month for February 2007 . . . Selected as the Yorkton’s' recipient of the Credit Union MasterCard Community Leadership Award in December 2006 . . . Posted 47 points with 21 goals and 26 assists in 53 2005-06 contests as Terriers won SJHL title for second straight season . . . Had 25 points (16-9=25) in 52 outings for 2004-05 campaign . . . Skated for the Swift Current (Saskatchewan) Legionnaires in 2003-04 and generated 22 points (12-10=22) in 37 encounters and was recipient of the Coaches Award . . . Played for Team Canada in August 2006 tourney in Sweden . . . Graduated in 2004 from Chaplin (Saskatchewan) Secondary School and played hockey under head coach Chris Sharp . . . Participated in volleyball, badminton, track and golf.

Personal:
Son of Darwin and Sheila Menke . . . Born 11/23/86 in Swift Current, Saskatchewan . . . His father is a farmer and mother drives school bus/homemaker . . . Lives on a 6,000 acre farm with 200 cows nine miles from his hometown which has a population of 25 people . . . Hobbies including golfing and spending time at the lake . . . FSU Letters: One . . . Shoots: left . . . Majoring in surveying engineering.

 

Career Statistics

Year GP G A Pts Shots Shot% Pen Min +/- PPG SHG GWG
2007-08 39 8 13 21 93 .086 10 20 +3 5 1 2
Totals 39 8 13 21 93 .086 10 20 +3 5 1 2

 

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