Joe Sullivan
Las Vegas, Nev.

2016-17: Sullivan set career highs in goals (12), assists (15) and points (27) in his junior season with the Saints…the top-line center was a regular on both the power play and penalty kill and led the Saints’ forwards in blocked shots with 34…Sullivan was tied with a team-high +12 overall and was also +12 in conference games…He had six multi-point games and finished the season on a five-game point streak.

2015-16: Had three assists on opening weekend, two of them against Niagara including the primary assist on the game-winner…Also assisted on the game winner in game two of the Miami series…Had his first career two-goal game as part of a three point night against Union and scored his fifth career game winner…Scored his third of the year against Clarkson and his fourth at Princeton…Scored the overtime winner against Cornell for his sixth career game-winner…Injured in second period of RPI game and returned to action at Yale and Brown…Had a goal and an assist in the win over Dartmouth

2014-15: Sullivan came on strong from mid-January through the end of the season and finished his rookie year with six goals and five assists in 36 games…Four of his six goals were game winners: Brown at home, at Clarkson and in home wins over Union and Dartmouth…He scored his first collegiate goal and also had his first collegiate assist at Brown…All but one of his points came in ECAC league action…He scored his first post-season point with an assist against Colgate in the semifinals.

First Career Game: at RIT 10/10/13
First Career Point: at Brown 11/7/13
First Career Goal: at Brown 11/7/13

2014-15: 36 GP, 6-5-11 pts, 11/22, 1 SH, 4 GW ECAC: 22 GP, 6-4-10, 8/16, 1 SH, 4 GW
2015-16: 34 GP, 10-9-19 pts, 10/20, 2 GW ECAC: 19 GP, 10-4-14, 9/18, 2 GW
2016-17: 37 GP, 12-15-27 pts, 22/63, 3 PP, 1 GW ECAC: 22 GP, 7-6-13, 12/43, 2 PP, 1 GW

Prior to St. Lawrence
Sullivan had six goals and 16 assists in 58 games for the Indiana Ice last season and was a member of the Clark Cup championship team, the Silver Stick Regional Champion team and was a member of the NAHL West Division Champions in the NAHL splitting the 2012-13 season between Aberdeen and Wenachee…He attended Central High School and was a National Honor Society member…He is the son of Michael and Marie Sullivan.