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Nathan Davis
Nathan Davis
Center
Number: 41
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 205
Shoots: Left
Born: May 23, 1986
Birthplace: Cleveland, OH, United States
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Drafted: CHI / 2005 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 4th (113th overall)

CAREER:

2007-08: Collected eight goals, nine assists, 17 points and 14 penalty minutes with the Miami University (Ohio) during his senior year … Served as an assistant captain … Limited to 21 games due to injury … Finished his collegiate career with 132 points (63 goals, 69 assists) in 138 games … Named to the Jewish Sports Review’s Men’s Hockey All-American First Team.

2006-07: Skated in all 42 games during his senior year at Miami University (Ohio) leading the team with 50 points (21 goals, 29 assists), fourth-best in the CCHA and ninth in the Nation … Nominated as one of the 10 finalists for the Hobey Baker Award and was tapped to the RBK/AHCA West All-American Second Team … Named to the CCHA Second All-Star Team and captured the league’s Best Defensive Forward Award … Served as an assistant captain … Named the team’s MVP … Shared first in the CCHA with 20 power-play points (eight goals, 12 assists) … Paced the team with 183 shots and ranked second with a +17 plus/minus rating … Recorded a team-high 15 multiple-point outings.

2005-06:
Earned All-CCHA First Team honors after leading the Miami University (Ohio) RedHawks with 40 points (20 goals, 20 assists) in 37 tilts … Ranked second in the CCHA with a +23 plus/minus rating and third with his 20 markers.

2004-05: Led Miami University (Ohio) freshmen and ranked 10th among CCHA freshmen with 25 points (14 goals, 11 assists) in 38 contests … Earned Miami’s Rookie of the Year Award.

2003-04: Was a member of the US18 National Team.

INTERNATIONAL CAREER
Captained the United States squad in the 2006 World Junior Championships … Skated with the United States in the 2007 World Championships, one of just two college players on the squad.