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Sean Dolan

#16 Sean Dolan

Position Center
Height 6'3"
Weight 208
Shoots Right
Born Feb. 11, 1988
Birthplace St. Louis, MO
Drafted Undrafted

Career Statistics

        Regular Season   Playoffs
Season Team League   GP G A PTS PIM   GP G A PTS PIM
2004-05 Indiana USHL   28 3 2 5 8   3 0 0 0 0
2005-06 Cedar Rapids USHL   23 2 1 3 14   3 0 0 0 0
  Indiana USHL   27 5 5 10 38   - - - - -
2006-07 Chicago USHL   59 22 18 40 76   5 2 2 4 6
2007-08 Wisconsin WCHA   40 4 4 8 32   - - - - -
2008-09 Wisconsin WCHA   35 4 7 11 42   - - - - -
2009-10 Wisconsin WCHA   27 3 4 7 22   - - - - -
2010-11 Wisconsin WCHA   41 7 9 16 22   - - - - -
  South Carolina ECHL   4 0 1 1 0   4 1 2 3 0
2011-12 South Carolina ECHL   32 7 13 20 10   - - - - -
  Charlotte AHL   35 5 5 10 31   - - - - -
2012-13 Charlotte AHL   57 4 2 6 31   2 1 0 1 0
   
AHL TOTALS   92 9 7 16 62   2 1 0 1 0
NHL TOTALS   - - - - -   - - - - -
PRO TOTALS   128 16 21 37 72   6 2 2 4 0

Biography

Sean Dolan
Signed a one-year AHL contract with Charlotte on 7/30/13 … Originally joined the Checkers on a professional tryout contract from South Carolina (ECHL) on 1/6/12.

Personal

A native of St. Louis, grew up cheering for the Blues and lists his favorite team outside of hockey as the Cardinals ... Says his current favorite player is Checkers teammate Jared Staal ... Enjoys rap, house and country music ... Once visited rap artist Nelly, who he lists as his favorite artist, at his house and played pool with him ... attended five different high schools ... Favorite TV show is Lost and he also enjoys the movie Avatar… Besides hockey, Dolan enjoys golfing and spending time at the lake… His favorite foods are steak and seafood.

2012-13

Completed his second professional season and second with the Checkers, playing a career-high 57 games at the AHL level and tying his career high with 31 penalty minutes … Scored his first goal of the season at MIL (10/19) … Found the back of the net to put the Checkers up 2-1 in the first period at NOR (11/21) … Scored his first career game-winning goal and dropped the gloves for his second career fighting major vs. LE (12/7) … Tied his career high with four shots on goal at SA (12/16) and did it once more in his next game vs. PEO (12/20) … Took on John Lee for his second fight of the season at SA (12/30) … Scored his fourth goal of the season at OKC (1/11) … Set up Michal Jordan's goal vs. NOR (1/20) … Took a season-high seven penalty minutes vs. SA (2/9) .. Assisted on Justin Shugg's goal at MIL (2/16) … Suffered a lower-body injury on 3/10 and missed the remainder of the regular season (16 games) … Returned to the lineup for Game 2 of the playoffs at OKC (4/27), his first game since suffering a lower-body injury on 3/10, and opened the scoring in his first AHL playoff game … After sitting out two games as a healthy extra, returned to the lineup for Game 5 vs. OKC (5/4) and took four shots on goal … Missed 16 regular-season games due to injury (lower-body: 3/13-4/20) … Sat out three games as a healthy extra (10/26, 11/9, 11/18).

2011-12

Completed his first professional season and first with the Checkers … Tied for the lead among Checkers rookies with five goals and ranked third among first-year players with 10 points … Scored five goals on 36 shots, giving him the team’s best shooting percentage (13.9) … Started the season with ECHL South Carolina and posted 20 points (7g, 13a) in 32 games before signing with the Checkers … Was tied for the Stingrays’ scoring lead at the time of his departure … Scored his first professional regular-season goal in his regular-season debut vs. REA (10/14) … Scored a professional career-high three points (1g, 2a) vs. GWT (11/20) … Had a career long, three-game point streak (0g, 4a) from 12/10 to 12/16 … Signed a professional tryout contract with Charlotte on 1/6 … Made his Checkers/AHL debut at MIL (1/7) … Scored his first AHL point, an assist on Nicolas Blanchard’s goal, in his second career AHL game at CHI (1/8) … Scored his first AHL goal and added an assist for his first career multi-point game vs. GR (1/17) … Scored the second goal of his career at ABB (1/21), giving him five points in his first eight AHL games … Signed an AHL contract with Charlotte on 3/1 … Assisted on Nicolas Blanchard’s game-tying goal with 1:33 left in the third period at LE (3/3), giving him points in two consecutive games (1g, 1a) … Assisted on Chris Durno’s goal and recorded a career-high 17 penalty minutes at PEO (3/31).

2010-11

Appeared in four regular-season games for the Stingrays at the conclusion of his college season, earning one assist ... Posted three points (1g, 2a) in four playoff contests to tie for third on the team in playoff scoring... Made his professional debut and took four shots on goal vs. GRN (3/27)... Recorded his first professional point, an assist, at FLA (4/1)... Scored his first professional goal in South Carolina's 2-1 overtime loss to WHL in Game 2 of its first-round series (4/6)... Had two assists for his first career multi-point game in Game 3 at WHL (4/8).

College

Played in 143 games at the University of Wisconsin, recording 18 goals and 24 assists… Served as team captain of the Badgers during the 2010-11 season, when he set personal career highs in goals (7), assists (9), points (16)... Appeared in the NCAA national title game in 2010 as the Badgers fell to Boston College... Was teammates with the Hurricanes' Jamie McBain from 2007-2009.

Junior

Totaled 58 points (32g, 26a) in 137 games over three USHL seasons with Indiana, Cedar Rapids and Chicago... Posted career highs in goals (22), assists (18), points (40) and penalty minutes (76) during his final junior season with Chicago in 2006-07... Also set personal bests in playoff scoring with four points (2g, 2a) in five games with the Steel.. Split the 2005­-06 season with Cedar Rapids and Indiana, totaling seven goals and 13 points in 50 games played while making the USHL All-Star team ... played for Indiana during the 2004-05 season, skating in 28 games and putting up three goals and five points.