Jeff Hajner

Jeff  Hajner


Las Vegas, Nev.

High School:

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 180


Last Team:
Melfort Mustangs (SJHL)

2008-09 (Junior) Played in all 41 games and was fifth on the team with 10 goals and sixth with 29 points ... Six power play goals were second on the team ... Six PPG were 14th in the league ... Just four points in first nine games ... Then had eight points in next three ... Six points in second SHU series (3-3-6) with three points in each game ... Tied career-best two goals vs. Quinnipiac ... Four points in three games (2-2-4) in the playoff series vs. Sacred Heart ... Tied career best with three assists in win over Bentley in AHA semifinals.

2007-08 (Sophomore) Tied for the team lead with 38 points (15-23-38) ... Second on the team with 15 goals ... Led the team and was tied for second in the league and 12th in the nation with nine PPG ... Led the team and was fifth in the league with three game-winners ... Seventh in league in goals and eighth in points ... +13 tied for fourth on the team and second among the forwards ... Career-best three assists in the win over Mercyhurst, Nov. 3 ... Two points (1-1-2) in the 3-3 tie with Canisius, Dec. 7 ... Eight-game scoring streak, the longest of his career and the longest by any Falcon during the season, ended Jan. 5 ... Nine points (5-4-9) during the streak ... Two assists in the win over No. 4 Denver ... Two points in the Army series, assisted on Friday's goal and scored the goal on Saturday on the power play ... Two points (1-1-2) vs. Mercyhurst, Feb. 9 ... Had a four-game point scoring streak snapped Feb. 8 ... Tied career high with two goals vs. Canisius ... Five points (1-4-5) in the AHA Quarterfinal series vs. Bentley, March 7-8 ... Matched his career-best three assists March 7 ... Two assists in win over RIT in AHA semifinals ... Assisted on Derrick Burnett's goal vs. Miami in the NCAA Northeast Regional ... 14 points in his last 10 games.

2006-07 (Freshman) Played in all 40 games to tie the school record ... One of only four Falcons to do so ... Earned the John Matchefts award as the team's top freshman ... The team's top freshman scorer (13-14-27) ... Fourth on the team in goals and points ... 31st in the nation in points by a rookie ... Third in the AHA in points by a frosh in all games ... Fourth in the AHA in points by a rookie in league games with 22 (11-11-22) ... Had 19 points in his last 19 games after the holiday break ... Three points in the UConn series (1-2-3) ... Named the AHA Rookie of the Week, Dec. 11 ... Career-best two goals in the 4-1 win over Army ... Scored the first and last goals of the game ... Tied his career-best with two goals vs. Mercyhurst, Feb. 2 ... Two points (1-1-2) vs. RIT, Feb. 9 ... Best offensive series came vs. Canisius with five points (2-3-5) ... Named the AHA Rookie of the Week, Feb. 18 ... Career-best four points vs. Canisius, Feb. 17 ... Assisted on Billy Devoney's game-tying goal in 5-4 overtime win vs. Sacred Heart in AHA Semifinals ... One assist in championship game vs. Army ... Scored AFA's first goal vs. Minnesota in the NCAA Tournament.

Before Air Force Played 54 games for coach Darrell Mann's Melfort Mustangs of the SJHL ... Led the league with 36 goals ... Led the team and was second in the league with 78 points ... Attended University High School in Las Vegas.

Personal Member of Cadet Squadron 14 ... Nickname is Haji ... Major is management ... Parents are Scott and Mary Hajner ... Has one older brother, Brad (27) ... This past summer , was the cadet in charge of the obstacle course during Basic Cadet Training ... Also took a summer class in statistics ... In the summer of 2008, travelled to Germany on Operation Air Force to experience the operational Air Force in the contracting field ... Plans to work in finance field after graduation ... Has been on the commandant's list once and the athletics list every semester ... Favorite food is chicken ... Favorite book is Prefontaine ... Hobby is weightlifting ... Greatest moment in sports was winning three straight AHA titles ... Favorite sport other than hockey is football ... Credits his parents as having the greatest influence on his sports career because "they taught me the meaning of hard work" ... Listens to Nelly's Heart of Champion before games ... Kicks field goals with Blake Page and Derrick Burnett before home games in the indoor facility ... Wears No. 26 because his favorite player is Tampa Bay Lightning right winger Martin St. Louis ... Favorite NHL team is the Lightning.

Hajner's Career Stats
2006-07	40	13	14	27	18-44	86	2
2007-08	39	15	23	38	24-48	107	9
2008-09	41	10	19	29	27-54	101	6
Totals	120	38	56	94	69-146	294	17
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