1 Rob Tadazak
Rob Tadazak


Lapeer, Mich.

High School:
Lapeer East

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 200



Last Team:
Michigan Warriors, NAHL

One of five juniors on the team ... one of four players from Michigan ... one of 12 players from the North American Hockey League ... registered a .908 save percentage in first season with a 3.20 goals against average ... made 21 starts as a sophomore and authored a 3.02 GAA with a .907 save percentage ... two career shutouts ... career-best 53 saves vs. Brown during freshman campaign.

2012-13: Appeared in 22 games ... announced as the starting goalie on 21 occasions ... posted a 3-13-4 mark ... recorded two shutouts ... selected to AHA Academic Team ... made 607 saves in 1232:31 of action ... registered a .907 save percentage and 3.02 goals against average ... both numbers led the team ... collected first career shutout at Canisius .. made 25 stops in 1-0 overtime victory ... earned second shutout in his next start against #19 Robert Morris ... registered 22 saves in 5-0 victory ... allowed two goals or less in nine appearances ... registered at least 25 saves in 14 contests ... turned away career-best 50 saves in first start opposite #20 Maine ... won first game of season with 25 stops in 5-2 victory over Sacred Heart ... earned an overtime tie in second game of Sacred Heart series ... made 22 saves in 3-2 win against Pioneers later in season ... stopped 42 stops in 4-2 loss at Merrimack ... turned away 42 shots in a 3-3 overtime tie at Air Force ... made 40 saves in 1-1 overtime tie at Mercyhurst ... earned tie against Bentley in 2-2 draw with 23 saves ... started both playoff games against Mercyhurst.

2011-12: Appeared in 11 games ... announced as the starting goalie in 10 contests ... posted a 3.20 goals against average and .908 save percentage ... credited with 317 saves ... made 20 or more saves in 10 games ... established career standard with 53 saves against Brown in 1-1 overtime tie ... collected 39 saves in his next start, a 3-3 tie at Robert Morris ... also earned a point with an overtime tie with 33 saves against Mercyhurst ... ended stretch of three straight starts where he earned team a point ... recorded 37 saves in first collegiate start against Merrimack ... saw first collegiate action against nationally ranked Union and made four saves in nine minutes of work ... turned away 32 shots in 5-3 loss to RIT ... collected first collegiate point with an assist on the first of three Andy Starczewski goals against the Tigers ... totaled 33 saves against Niagara in a 3-0 loss.

BACKGROUND: Born in Royal Oak, Mich. ... now resides in Lapeer, Mich. ... 2008 graduate of Lapeer East High School ... played for the Michigan Warriors of the NAHL ... named Most Valuable Player in the NAHL and Goalie of the Year while collecting all-league honors ... posted a 27-9-5 record with nine shutouts and a .944 save percentage ... son of Bob and Darlene Tadazak ... younger brother, Steven, is a junior at Central Michigan University ... also has an older brother, John ... lettered twice in baseball and once in soccer in high school ... lists Carey Price as his favorite athlete ... majoring is Environmental Geography.

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