35 Parker Gahagen
Parker  Gahagen


Buffalo, N.Y.

High School:
Williamsville North

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 191


Last Team:
Buffalo Junior Sabres, OJHL


Another Deadlock for Hockey Against Bentley

Alvarez, DeCenzo Score for Black Knights in 2-2 Tie


Black Knights Skates to 1-1 Tie With Bentley

Carlisle Scores Tying Goal; Gahagen Stops 34


Reuschlein, Gahagen Key in Win Over Canisius

C.J. Reuschlein Nets Winner; Gahagen Makes 24 Stops in Win


Hockey Drops Final Non-League Game at Princeton

Llaurado Scores for Black Knights in 4-1 Loss


International Hockey Rivalry Continues

Army-RMC Matchup Set for Saturday Night

2013-14: Appeared in 16 games between the pipes with 12 starts ... went 3-10-0 overall and 2-8-0 in Atlantic Hockey ... posted a .902 save percentage and a 3.70 goals against average ... had a .914 save percentage in league play ... earned wins over UConn (Feb. 21), Holy Cross (Feb. 28) and Robert Morris (Mar. 8) ... made 30 or more saves in nine games played ... stopped a season-high 45 shots against Holy Cross in a 5-2 win on the road ... had 42 stops at UConn in his first collegiate victory ... stopped 34 shots at Robert Morris in the second game of the three-game playoff series to force a third game.

BACKGROUND: Born and raised in Buffalo, N.Y. ... 2011 graduate of Williamsville North High School ... named the New York State Public High School Athletic Association Hockey Player of the Year in 2011 ... three-time Williamsville North Most Valuable Player ... also a standout on the baseball field ... won the school's MVP award for baseball in 2011 as well ... named to the Amherst Avenue of Athletes, which selects one male and one female from each area high school and recognizes them for having the best combination of athletic and academic accomplishments ... played on the juniors level for the Buffalo Junior Sabres and head coaches Mike Peca and Grant Ledyard ... garnered OJHL Goalie of the Year runner-up honors ... son of Dennis and Suzette Gahagen ... youngest of three children ... siblings Taylor and Aryelle ... Taylor played Division III baseball for Fredonia State ... grandfather served in WWII ... enjoys playing golf ... contemplated playing collegiate baseball before deciding to play juniors hockey ... major is undeclared.

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