|High School:||Green Bay Gamblers|
2007-2008: Played in 25 games, starting all 25 ... Finished the year with a 3.24 GAA and a .904 save % ... Stopped 30 of 32 shots in season-opener at Yale, earning 3rd star honors ... Named 2nd star with 33 saves in 2-2 tie at Union ... Made 20 saves the next night in 2-2 tie with #17 Rensselaer ... Recorded 29 saves in 5-2 win over Colgate ... Earned a season-high 44 saves in 4-4 tie at St. Lawrence to become the fastest Brown player to reach 1000 career saves since Chris Harvey '90 in 1987-88 ... Recorded 30 saves in 1-1 tie with Army ... Made 32 saves in 4-2 win over Harvard ... Stopped 36 the next night in 4-3 victory over Dartmouth ... Named ECAC Hockey Goalie of the Week following the Harvard-Dartmouth sweep, as Brown swept its first League weekend since November, 2005, and recorded its first win over Dartmouth since November, 2002 ... Notched 30 saves in overtime loss to #11 Clarkson and then 38 the next night in 3-1 win over St Lawrence, earning 2nd star honors ... Stopped 38 shots in 5-4 win over Dartmouth as Brown won in Hanover for the first time since 2000 and swept the season series with the Big Green for the first time since 1998 ... Named 2nd star the next night at Harvard, stopping 34 of 36 shots, including a save on a Crimson penalty shot ... Recorded his first career shutout with 28 saves in a 2-0 win over Union, earning 1st star honors ... One of 21 Bears named to the ECAC Hockey All-Academic Squad.
2006-2007: Played in 27 games, earning 26 starts ... Named Second Team All-Ivy ... Recipient of the Kevin R Pope Memorial Trophy, given to the team's most outstanding rookie, as voted by the team ... Was also awarded the Joe Paterno Award for Brown's Outstanding First Year male athlete at the All-Sports Banquet ... Led the nation in both GAA and save % for eight straight weeks, finishing the year with a .920 save %, fifth all-time at Brown, and a 2.74 GAA, sixth all-time at Brown ... Posted 839 saves, fourth all-time at Brown and first among all Brown freshmen netminders ... His .920 save % ranked first in the Ivy League and third in ECAC Hockey ... Named ECAC Hockey Goalie of the Week twice and Rookie of the Week twice ... Stopped all 17 shots he faced in 37:31 of relief against Wayne State ... Made his first career start the next night against the Warriors and stopped 35 shots to earn his first career win in 7-3 victory ... Made 26 saves in 2-1 win at Harvard Stopped 37 of 38 the next night in 1-0 loss at #13 Dartmouth ... Named 1st star after stopping 35 shots, allowing just a 5x3 power-play goal, in 2-1 win over PC ... Named 1st star for the second straight game with 24 saves in 4-1 win over St. Lawrence ... Posted 33 saves on 35 shots the next night against Clarkson ... Stopped 39 shots in 3-2 overtime win over Yale ... Made a career-high 47 saves in 1-1 tie with UMass-Lowell ... Stopped 20 the next night in 3-2 overtime win over Mercyhurst ... Finished the month of December with a 1.56 GAA and a .953 save percentage, earning HCA Rookie of the Month honors ... Notched 34 saves at Quinnipiac and then 39 the next night at Princeton Recorded 25 saves, earning 2nd star honors in 2-2 tie at Colgate ... Stopped 27 shots the next night in 5-2 win at #15 Cornell ... Recorded 46 saves in 1-1 tie with Princeton ... Stopped 35 shots in 6-3 win over #18 Quinnipiac ... Posted 33 saves at #10 Clarkson ... Stopped 46 of 48 the next night at #16 St. Lawrence ... Made 33 saves against Dartmouth and 25 the next night against Harvard ... Totaled 96 saves in three-game first-round playoff series at Princeton ... One of 20 Bears named to the ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team.
Before Brown: Joined the Bears after splitting time in 2005-2006 between the Waterloo Blackhawks and the Green Bay Gamblers ... The USHL Player of the Week (3/05) while playing with Green Bay, Rosen was named to the 2005 Beantown Classic All-Tournament Team and to the 2005 Green Bay Gamblers All-Star Game ... Participated in the All-Star Game in 2003 and 2004 ... Participated in the USA Hockey National Goalie Camp in 2002 and the USA Hockey National Select 15 Festival.
Personal: Daniel Pilossoph Rosen is the son of Mike and Shelly Rosen of Syosset, New York ... Born in 1987 ... Daniel has one brother, Ben, and two sisters, Rebecca and Emily ... Attended Ashwaubenon High School in Wisconsin ... Member of Cum Laude Society in high school ... Honor Roll student all four years ... Interests: Music, Movies, Lacrosse, Training, Cards ... Major: Political Science.