2006-07 (Junior) Named to the Hobey Hat Trick as one of three finalists for the Hobey Baker Award ... First AFA, and first service academy player, ever selected as one of the top 10 finalists and one of the final three for college hockey's top award ... Second-team RBK/AHCA East All-American (coaches) ... First service academy player to be chosen as an AHCA All-American ... First Atlantic Hockey/MAAC player to ever earn AHCA All-American honors ... First-team InsideCollegeHockey.com All-American ... First-team U.S. College Hockey Online All-American ... First Air Force player to earn any type of All-America honor ... Atlantic Hockey Association Player of the Year ... First-team all-conference, one of two unanimous selections by the coaches ... Won the Chuck Delich award as the team's MVP for the second consecutive season ... Was the top vote-getter in the fan voting for the Hobey Baker award ... Finished the season second in the nation in scoring with 1.60 points per game (just .08 out of the lead) ... Had 64 points (24-40-64) in 40 games. ... T.J. Hensick of Michigan had 69 points in 41 games ... Second in the nation in assists per game (1.00) ... 11th in goals per game (0.60) ... Led the AHA in goals, points, shots (162) and plus minus (+28) ... Set a new school record with 40 games played (tied with three other teammates) ... Set a new AHA record for points in a season in conference games with 45 (16-29-45) in 28 games ... AHA Offensive Player of the Week, Oct. 9 ... One goal vs. CC and three points (2-1-3) vs. UAH ... Career-best six points, four assists, vs. UAH, Oct. 27 ... Four points (1-3-4) vs. AIC, Nov. 17 ... Scored AFA's only goals vs. CC and Denver ... Three assists vs. Sacred Heart, Dec. 1, to tie the second-most of his career ... Eight-game point streak (5-10-15), the longest of his career ended vs. Sacred Heart, Dec. 2 ... Three points in the UConn series ... Four points in the Mercyhurst series (3-1-4), scored the game-winner on Friday ... Three assists in the Holy Cross series, had a hand in on three of AFA's four goals in the series ... Recorded 100th career point on Jan. 13 at Holy Cross to become the 38th player in school history, and the first since 2003, to reach the century mark ... Two assists in the 4-1 win over Army ... Assisted on Andrew Ramsey's game-winner ... Three points (1-2-3) in the first RIT game, Feb. 9 ... Five points (1-4-5) in the Canisius series ... Four points (1-3-4) vs. Canisius, Feb. 17 ... AHA Offensive Player of the Week as he set the league scoring record and had five points in the AIC series, Feb. 23-24 ... Three assists in game one and two goals in game two at AIC ... Two assists vs. Holy Cross in the AHA quarterfinal game, March 10 ... One assist in each game vs. Sacred Heart and Army.
2005-06 (Sophomore) Earned the team's Chuck Delich Award as the most valuable player ... Second-team all-conference selection ... Led the team with 14 goals, 21 assists and 35 points in 32 games ... 38th in the nation in points per game ... Fifth in the CHA in points in league games with 25 ... Second in the CHA in assists in league games with 17 ... Sixth in the league in points in all games with 35 ... Led the team with 111 shots on goal and ranked third in the league ... Tied for the team lead with two game-winners ... Assisted on five game-winners ... Tied his career-best two goals in the Union game ... Earned CHA Offensive Player of the Week honors, Dec. 3, as he scored four goals and had seven points in the Wayne State series ... Three points (2-1-3) in the first game and a season-best four (2-2-4) in the second game ... During a four-game scoring streak in December, had 11 points and six goals ... Tied his season best with two assists in the win over Niagara, Feb. 10 ... Tied his career best with two assists in the win over RIT, Feb. 13 ... Named the CHA Offensive Player of the Week as he had three points in the Wayne State series, March 3-4 ... On the CHA all-academic team.
2004-05 (Freshman) Played in all 36 games ... Named to the CHA all-rookie team ... Third on the team and first among the freshmen with 22 points (9-13-22) ... Second in the CHA in points by a freshman in all games and league games (6-8-14) ... First career goal came in AFA's 4-0 win over AIC ... Scored the first game-winner of his career in the third period against AIC ... Career-best two assists in AFA's 5-2 win over Army, Jan. 14 ... Assisted on the game winner midway through the third period.
Before Air Force Played junior hockey for Mark Oseicki's Green Bay Gamblers of the USHL in 2003-04 ... Played in 59 games and scored 12 goals and had 20 assists ... Tied for sixth on the team with 32 points ... Second on the team with a +9 plus/minus ratio ... Played for the Metro Jets (Waterford, Mich.) of the Central States Hockey League in 2002 and won the Junior "B" national championship ... Led the tournament with 10 points in five games ... Graduated from Dexter High School.
Personal Parents are Bill and Alice Ehn ... Nickname is Eener ... Born Jan. 29, 1984 ... Member of Cadet Squadron 25 ... Major is systems engineering management ... This past summer, spent three weeks on Operation Air Force in Little Rock, Ark., experiencing the operational Air Force ... Was also the director of operations for a squadron during Basic Cadet Training ... Is on the inspection team in his squadron, grading other cadets on military proficiency ... Was on the commandant's list for military excellence ... Plans to work in the space and missile career field after graduation ... Hobbies are fishing and spending time with friends ... Also recruited by Army ... One sister, Lisa (26) ... Cousin Adam Hall plays for the NHL's New York Rangers ... Favorite food is chimichangas ... Favorite book is Lend Me Your Ears by Safire ... Wears No. 24 because that was what he was given as a freshman ... Wanted to change his number, but then he saw a little boy wearing No. 24 with his name on it and decided to stick with it ... Favorite NHLteam is the Detroit Red Wings ... Favorite player is former Red Wing captain Steve Yzerman.
Career Statistics Year GP G A PTS PIM SOG PP SH GW 2004-05 (Fr.) 36 9 13 22 7-14 82 1 0 2 2005-06 (So.) 32 14 21 35 15-30 111 4 0 2 2006-07 (Jr.) 40 24 40 64 12-24 162 8 0 2 Totals 108 47 74 121 34-68 355 13 0 6