|City/State:||Grand Rapids, Minn.|
|High School:||Grand Rapids High School|
Named an Assistant Captain for the 2010-11 Season
Made appearances in all 32 of the Big Green's games … Recorded 10 points, 3 goals, 7 assists … Had goals against Union and Cornell … Had back-to-back multiple-point games against Colgate and Cornell late in the season.
Saw time in 29 of Dartmouth's 31 games, 20 of 22 ECAC Hockey contests … Finished with 12 points, second-highest scoring defenseman on the team … Led the Big Green in power play goals with six … Had the game winner against Rensselaer.
On the top defensive line with classmate Evan Stephens ... Played in all 32 games, scoring five points ... Led team in penalty minutes with 46 ... Played in all 22 league games, scoring four points ... Potted his first collegiate goal against Cornell in the playoffs ... Helped hold opponents to just 27 power play goals.
Before Dartmouth: Drafted by the Montreal Canadiens in the fifth round of the 2007 NHL Entry Draft...Has proven to be a capable offensive and defensive player...Led Grand Rapids to the state finals two years in a row...Helped team to a 19-8-4 record in 2006-07...Named All-Tournament for state playoffs...Winner of the Herb Brooks Award which is given to the most qualified hockey player in the state tournament who strongly represents the values, characteristics and traits of the former U.S. Olympic coach...Honorable mention All-State...Named first team All-Area as a senior.
Off the Ice: Member of the Pep Club and Campus Life organizations.
High School: Graduated from Grand Rapids High School...Letterwinner in both hockey and tennis...Helped lead tennis team to state title twice...Was the Section 7AA tennis champion as a junior and senior.
Personal: Both April 30, 1988...Parents are Paul and Debbie...Has one brother and one sister...Had two uncles play hockey at the University of Minnesota-Duluth.
|Joe Stejskal's Career Statistics|
|GP||G-A – Pts.||PIM||ECAC
|G-A – Pts.||PIM|
|2009-10||32||3-7 – 10||26||22||2-6 – 8||20|
|2008-09||29||7-5 – 12||53||20||6-3 – 9||36|
|2007-08||32||1-4 – 5||46||22||0-4 – 4||30|
|TOTAL||93||11-16 – 27||125||64||8-13 – 21||86|