An up-and-coming prospect . . . Offensive threat on the wing . . . Increased skating speed should translate into an increase in offensive numbers this campaign . . . Displayed great improvement throughout the course of the 2006-07 campaign . . . Has the potential to be an offensive force given time and hard work . . . Displays good puckhandling skills . . . Has a knack for scoring goals and also creating scoring opportunities for his teammates.
Received ice time in 32 of team’s 39 games . . . Finished tied for sixth place among team’s top points producers with 15 points and was second in freshmen class scoring . . . His nine goals on the season represented a tie for third most on the squad . . . Registered a season-high three points (1-2=3) in season-opening series finale against Union (10/7) . . . Accounted for the Bulldogs’ game-winning lamplighter in 7-1 non-league home victory over Mercyhurst (10/13) and also at Wayne State (1/13) on a power play to go with an assist . . . Started out season with five points (2-3=5) in his initial four games while tallying a marker in two consecutive contests – vs. Union (10/7) and Mercyhurst (10/13) . . . Put together a three-game point string (1/6-13) which featured a goal per contest – at Northern Michigan (1/6) and at Wayne State (1/12 and 1/13) . . . Scored a goal in back-to-back CCHA home victories over Michigan State (2/13) and Bowling Green State (2/16) . . . Produced a goal and was +1 in both the first (3/2) and final (3/4) games of the first-round CCHA Tournament series at Lake Superior State . . . Notched a personal season-best five points each in October (2-3=5) and January (3-2=5) over an eight-game period apiece . . . Placed tied for 12th on the team with four (1-3=4) power-play points.
Played two seasons (2004-05 and 2005-06) for the Texarkana Bandits of the North American Hockey League (NAHL) under head coach Jon Cooper . . . Selected team’s top offensive player following 2005-06 season after scoring a squad-high 34 goals with 22 assists for 56 points in 56 contests which placed him in a tie for 27th place on the NAHL’s top points leaders list . . . His 34 lamplighters represented the fourth-best goals output in the NAHL for the 2005-06 campaign . . . Scored 12 power-play goals and had 11 game-winning markers a season ago, both team highs . . . Accumulated 37 points on 14 goals and 23 assists in 56 appearances during the 2004-05 campaign en route to being named the Bandits’ Rookie of the Year . . . Tied for sixth place in team goals and seventh in assists while his season points total ranked tied for 64th place on the squad’s scoring charts . . . Juniors teammate of FSU forward Casey Haines . . . Member of Select Team (15,16 and 17).
Born 7/30/87 in Detroit, Mich. . . . Son of Ed and Sue Lewicki . . . Father is employed as a driver/salesman and mother is a manicurist . . . Recorded an ace in golf at age nine . . . Shoots: Right . . . FSU Letters: One . . . Finance major.