Has recorded 33 points (4-29=33) in 224 games in parts of four seasons with the Tampa Bay Lightning…Finalist for the 2003 Mr. Hockey Award with Apple Valley High School.
Recorded a career-high 11 assists and added one goal in 69 games with Tampa Bay…Ranked fourth on the team in TOI/game at 20:24 and in blocked shots with 108...Blocked shot total set a new career-high…Registered career-best 55 shots on goal…Scored first goal of the season at TOR (3/14)…Registered career-high four shots vs. ATL (1/23) and an assist…Logged a season-high 27:44 at FLA (1/21)...Recorded first point of the season with an assist vs. NYI (10/21)...Made NHL playoff debut and skated in all 18 playoff games for the Lightning totaling two assists and a plus-4 rating…His plus-minus rating ranked second among team defensemen and tied for fifth on the club…Logged playoff high 21:09 TOI vs. PIT (4/20) in Eastern Conference Quarterfinal Game 4…Recorded first career playoff point with an assist at PIT (4/23) in Game 5...Missed 13 games with an abdomen injury (2/6-3/7).
Collected career-highs with 13 points and three goals in 49 games with Tampa Bay…Set a career-high total in penalty minutes with 18…Ranked second on the team in TOI/game with a career-best 21:56…Ranked fourth on the team with 86 blocked shots…Logged career-high 31:42 vs. OTT (4/8)…Tallied a career-high four-game point streak with a goal and three assists from (3/23-3/30)…Scored first career NHL goal vs. ATL (12/26) on
the same day he was recalled from Norfolk (AHL) for the second time…Notched 16 points (2-14=16) in 27 games with Norfolk.
Skated in 25 games with Tampa Bay recording two assists and 16:38 in TOI/game…Also played in 51 games with Norfolk (AHL)…Led all Norfolk defensemen in points (29) and assists (25)…Wore the “A” for the Admirals in seven games…Reassigned to Norfolk (AHL) for the first time in his career on 12/13…Played in his 100th NHL game vs. NJ (11/23).
Made the Lightning roster in his first professional training camp out of the University of Maine…Appeared in 81 games in his rookie season and recorded six assists…Represented the Eastern Conference at the 2008 YoungStars Game…Ranked second on the team with a plus-3 rating…Set a career-high with a plus-3 rating vs. CGY (12/13)... Played a season-high 21:36 and had two shots with two hits vs. NYR (11/21)...Recorded
first career multi-point game with two vs. CAR (11/14)…Recorded first NHL point with an assist at BOS (10/18)...Made NHL debut, playing 12:39 with a plus-1 rating, in season opener vs. NJ (10/4)…Missed one game with ankle injury (3/19).
Tied for team lead in goals by a defenseman (6) and ranked second on team in points by a defenseman (20)…Played in all 40 games…Set career highs in goals, points and powerplay goals (5)…Tied for the team lead in goals by a defenseman and ranked second in points by defensemen…Scored five power-play goals and was tied for the team lead among defensemen…Named to Hockey East Second All-Star Team.
Recorded 16 points (3-13=16) in 36 games...Missed two games in October due to injury, ending his consecutive games played streak at 90...Only called for two penalties all season.
One of three players to play in all 40 games...Only player to play in every game in the past two seasons (84 consecutive games)...Scored lone goal of the season against Northeastern on 1/28, which was the game-winner.
Only freshman to start all 44 games for the University of Maine Black Bears...Finished the season with three goals and 16 assists for 19 points...Scored first collegiate goal against Boston University (11/1).
Notched one assist in Represented United States at 2010 World Championship and notched one assist in six games.
Signed by Minnesota as a free agent, July 9, 2011…Selected by Tampa Bay in the fourth round (102nd overall) of the 2004 NHL Entry Draft.
Mike Lundin and his wife, Shelly, live in Lakeville, Minn. in the offseason with their son, Finn, and dog, Rudolph…Nicknames are “Lund” and “Lundy”…Enjoys golfing and biking when he is away from the rink…Lists golf sales at Dick’s Sporting Goods as his first job…Enjoys Minnesota most for its
outdoors and many parks…Listens to rock music before games…If not playing hockey, would be a financial analyst…Lists macaroni and cheese as his favorite meal, volleyball as his favorite sport besides hockey and
yahoo.com as his favorite website…Would like to meet John Wooden…Says Anchorman is his favorite movie
while “Friday Night Lights” is his favorite television show.