|Hometown:||Fort St. John, BC|
|High School:||North Peace Senior|
|Draft:||2011: Toronto (6th round, 173rd overall)|
|Previous Team:||Langley Chiefs|
Drafted by the Toronto Maple Leafs in the 6th round (173rd overall) … Named ECAC Hockey All-Rookie and Second Team All-Ivy in 2011 … Was the ECAC Hockey Rookie of the Week (2/28/11) and a two-time selection to the ECAC Hockey Honor Roll in 2010-11.
As a Freshman in 2011: Recipient of the James H. Fullerton Award, as the first-year player, who in the eyes of his teammates contributed most to the success of the team … Played in 30 of 31 games, missing one due to injury … Partnered with classmate Matt Wahl as Brown’s top defensive pairing, logging significant minutes in all situations … Led all Brown freshmen & defensemen in scoring with 17 points (6g, 11a), fourth overall on the team, 12th in the ECAC for defenseman scoring, and 14th in the ECAC for rookie scoring … Broke the Brown record for goals in a season by a freshman defenseman (6) … Also ranks 9th for assists in a season by a freshman defenseman (11) and 3rd for points in a season by a freshman defenseman (17) … Was second on the team with five power play goals … Posted 3-10-13 numbers in ECAC Hockey contests … Was second on the team in blocked shots with 39 … Named 3rd star in season opener at #5 Yale, scoring a pair of power play goals to tie the score at 1-1 and give Brown a 2-1 lead 1:47 later ... Scored the game-tying goal on the power play, his third power play goal in as many games, with 2:51 left to play in 3-3 tie with Quinnipiac; named 1st star ... Earned his first career assist on the power play goal that gave Brown a 1-0 lead, then scored his 4th power play goal to give Brown a 2-1 lead in 5-2 victory at Colgate; named Time Warner Cable Sports Player of the Game ... Earned an assist on the game-winning goal in 3-2 win at Cornell, as Brown swept on the road at Colgate/Cornell for the first time since 1992-93 ... Tallied an assist on the power play goal that tied the score at 3-3 in 4-3 loss to #13 Union ... Earned an assist the next night against #15 RPI ... Scored a goal and added an assist in 4-4 tie with Providence ... Posted an assist on the short-handed goal that tied the score at 2-2 at #1 Yale ... Tallied an another power play assist against Clarkson ... Scored his fifth power play goal of the year in 2-2 tie at Quinnipiac to get Brown on the board, while breaking Brown’s record for goals in a season by a rookie defenseman ... Notched two assists, on Brown’s first goal and the game-winner 30 seconds into overtime, in 3-2 win over Cornell ... Earned another pair of assists in 6-4 win over Colgate … One of 23 Bears named to the ECAC Hockey All-Academic Squad.
Before Brown: Robertson spent the past two seasons with the Langley Chiefs, of the BCHL … Named the Chiefs co-top-defenseman in 2009-10, Robertson posted 34 points (9g, 25a), including three power play goals and two game-winning goals, and 83 penalty minutes in 53 games during the 2009-10 season … Played in 55 games in 2008-09 and finished with 12 points (1g, 11a) and 64 penalty minutes … Named the Top Academic Player for the Chiefs in 2009-10, earning BCHL All-Academic honors … Named the 2008 Most Inspirational and Top Academic Player for the Summerland Sting (JrB) … Named to the 2007-08 KIJHL (JrB) All-Prospects Team.
Personal: Dennis Eamon Robertson is the son of Jeff and Regina Robertson of Fort St. John, British Columbia … Born in 1991 … Dennis has two sisters, Patricia and Erin … Honor Roll student at North Peace Senior Secondary School … Interests: Tennis, Golf, Fishing, Water Sports … Concentration: Undeclared.
Robertson's Career Highs
Goals: 2, at Yale (10/29/10)
Assists: 2, 2x, last vs. Colgate (2/26/11)
Points: 2, 5x, last vs. Colgate (2/26/11)
PPG: 2, at Yale (10/29/10)
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