Blake Page

Blake  Page


San Clemente, Calif.

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 165


Last Team:
Bay State Breakers (EJHL)

2009-10 (Junior)
Played in all 37 games and had 14 points on six goals and eight assists ... Tied for fourth on the team in goals and ninth on the team in points ... Tied for the team lead with two short-handed goals and tied for fourth with two game-winners ... Career bests of two assists and three points in the win over Bentley, Jan. 15 ... Career-best two goals and tied his career-best with three points in the win over Sacred Heart, Feb. 27, in the regular-season finale.

2008-09 (Sophomore)
Played in 40 of the 41 games ... Six goals were 10th on the team while his 13 points were 11th ... Nine points in 28 league games ... Matched his season highs with one goal and one assist for two points vs. Bemidji State, Bentley and Holy Cross ... His goal midway through the third period in the regular-season finale at RIT sealed the 3-1 win and clinched a share of the AHA regular-season title for the Falcons ... Scored the game-winner against Army in the 3-2 win.

2007-08 (Freshman)
AFA's No. 3 freshman scorer (4-10-14) ... First career point was an assist vs. Mercyhurst, Nov. 2 ... First career goal, and game-winner, came the next night vs. the Lakers ... Three points in the Canisius series, Feb. 22-23 ... Season-best two points (1-1-2) in the second game ... Scored a goal vs. Bentley, March 7 ... Assisted on Josh Print's goal in the NCAA Northeast Regional vs. Miami.

Before Air Force
Played 43 games for coach Dave McCauley's Bay State Breakers of the Eastern Junior Hockey League ... Second on the team with 45 points (20-25-45) ... Named the team's offensive player of the year in 2006-07 ... Played in the EJHL All-Star Game and Showcase ... Graduated from San Clemente High School.

Member of Cadet Squadron 26 ... Parents are Kerry and Leslye Page ... Has two siblings, Taylor and Cody ... Major is management ... Worked the obstacle course at Basic Cadet Training this past summer and also worked at Summer Seminar ... Is the security officer in his squadron, responsible for the safety and security of approximately 100 cadets ... Has been on the commandant's list twice for military excellence and the athletic's list five times ... Plans to work in the space and missiles career field in the Air Force ... Long-term goal is to own his own business ... Favorite movie is Gladiator ... Favorite book is Harry Potter ... Favorite class is innovations ... Greatest moment in sports was beating Michigan and playing in two NCAA Tournaments ... Wears No. 22 because he played football as a kid and his favorite player was Emmitt Smith (also No. 22) ... Person in history he would most like to meet is Napoleon ... Favorite sports other than hockey are football, golf and basketball ... Two greatest influences on his sports career were Andrew Sherman and Larry Barron ... Favorite NHL team is the Anaheim Ducks ... Favorite player is Pavel Bure.


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