18 Mac Lalor
Mac Lalor

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Needham, Mass.

High School:
St. Sebastian's

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 196

Position:
Defenseman

Experience:
1L

Last Team:
Boston Junior Bruins, EJHL



06/23/2014

Getting to Know: Mac Lalor

05/13/2014

Hockey Hands Out Team Awards At Banquet

Schultz Earns Team MVP Honors

03/08/2014

No. 12 Army Upsets No. 5 Robert Morris, Forces Game Three

Black Knights Earn First Playoff Win Since 2007-08

02/28/2014

Army Rolls In 5-2 Victory At Holy Cross

Gahagen Makes Career-Best 45 Saves In Win

02/21/2014

Gahagen, Army Score 4-3 Road Win At Connecticut

Freshman Goaltender Makes Career-High 42 Saves In Victory

01/11/2014

Army vs. Air Force

Jan. 11, 2014 | West Point, N.Y. | Tate Rink

2013-14: Skated in all 34 games for the Black Knights ... was the top scoring defensemen on the squad with 10 points on two goals and eight helpers ... one of his tallies came on the power play ... posted seven points in league play in 27 games ... had a goal and six assists in AHA competition ... scored in the season opener at Penn State on Oct. 11 ... recorded his second tally of the season against Sacred Heart on Nov. 22 ... had assists in eight different games ... registered assists in three wins ... got one helper in the first game of the AHA playoffs against Robert Morris on March 7 ... second on the team in shots with 84.

2012-13: Appeared in 33 games ... scored six goals and handed out 12 assists ... second on the team in scoring and assists ... shared the team-lead with four power play goals ... selected to AHA Academic Team ... three multiple-point games ... scored twice on the power play at Merrimack ... had a power play goal and assist in 7-2 victory at Holy Cross, coach Brian Riley's 100th career victory ... assisted on two goals in win against AIC ... scored lone goal, on the power play, in season-opener against Nebraska-Omaha ... three-game scoring streak with two goals and three assists opposite AIC, Connecticut and Merrimack ... assisted on Joe Kozlak's game-winning goal in 1-0 overtime victory at Canisius ... scored during 2-2 overtime tie with Bentley ... also registered goal at AIC ... posted an assist in Atlantic Hockey Association playoff game at Mercyhurst.

2011-12: Appeared in 31 games ... scored four goals and handed out six assists ... tied for seventh on the team in scoring ... collected one power play and one short-handed goal ... awarded the Heinmiller Award as the team's top freshman ... credited with two assists in a 3-3 overtime tie with Mercyhurst for his first multiple-point game ... ended the season with an assist in two of his final three games ... registered first collegiate point at Tate Rink against Bentley with an assist ... scored first two collegiate goals at Robert Morris ... scored an even-strength goal in a loss and then a power play tally in 3-3 overtime tie the next night ... netted short-handed tally at Holy Cross, capping a stretch of three goals and two assists in five games ... also scored at American International ... collected assists against Sacred Heart and Holy Cross in the first round of the playoffs.

BACKGROUND: Born in Silver Spring, Md. ... now resides in Needham, Mass. ... 2009 graduate of St. Sebastian's School ... all-league selection at St. Sebastian's ... played for head coach Peter Masters and the Boston Junior Bruins of the EJHL ... totaled four goals and 26 assists in 87 games over a two-year span ... son of Mike and Leanne Lalor ... has one brother, Jordan, who graduated from Bowdoin College ... father, Mike, played in the NHL for 12 seasons and won a Stanley Cup with the Montreal Canadiens in 1985-86 ... enjoys golf, guitar and snowboarding ... first member of his family to embark on a military career ... member of the National Honor Society and Spanish National Honor Society at St. Sebastian's ... lists Nicklas Lidstrom as his favorite athlete ... majoring in Management.

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