9 Brandon Wong
9 Brandon Wong
Height: 5-10
Weight: 185
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Victoria, B.C.
Position: FORWARD

As a Junior In 2008-09:
Total nine goals and 12 assists for 21 points in 28 games played...Second on the team with three game-winning goals...Had a natural hat trick with three goals in the first period against Union at the Mutual of Omaha Stampede...Totaled two assists against AIC in a 4-1 win...Named to Mutual of Omaha Stampede All- Tournament team...Named the ECAC Hockey Player of the Week on Oct. 20, 2008...Scored his fourth goal of the year in a 4-1 win against Connecticut...Had one assist against Union on Nov. 14...Had one assist in 4-2 win over Clarkson on 11/18...Picked up an assist against St. Lawrence on 11/22...Scored his fifth goal of the year against Princeton on 11/26...Scored once in Quinnipiac's 5-2 win over Providence on 12/5...Scored the game-winner in Quinnipiac's 4-3 victory against Merrimack in the first round of the Toyota UConn Hockey Classic on 12/29...Had an assist on the tying goal, in a 2-2 tie, against RPI on 1/9...Had a season-high three assists against Niagara on 1/16...Had one assist against Robert Morris on 1/22...Returned from an 11-game injury to score two goals and assist on another in the Bobcats' First Round series win over Colgate...Had the game-winning goal in overtime in Quinnipiac's 3-2 win against Colgate in Game 1 on 3/6...Had an assist in a 5-4 loss to Colgate in Game 2 on 3/7...Scored the game- and series-winning goal in overtime Game 3 on 3/8 in a 4-3 win against Colgate.

As a Sophomore in 2007–08:

Picked up where he left off after an impressive freshman campaign...Solidified himself as one of the top players in ECAC Hockey...Led the team points (37) and assists (24) while ranking third in goals scored (13)...Scored two game-winning goals...Third on the team in +/- at +7...During Quinnipiac’s 10-game unbeaten streak – their longest in the school’s Division I history, Wong led the team with 14 points (five goals, nine assists)...Picked up his first point of the year on an assist in Quinnipiac’s season-opening 3-0 win over Bentley on 10/16...Also had an assist in the Bobcats’ 3-2 win over American International on 10/30...Had his first multiple point game on 11/3 with two assists against Cornell...Had an assist in Quinnipiac’s 3-2 win over #8 Clarkson on 11/9...Scored his first goal of the season on 11/16 against Princeton, while also adding an assist in a 4-0 Bobcat win...Tallied a season-high three points against Union on 11/30 with a goal and two assists...Had one assist against RPI on 12/1 in a 3-2 win...Scored the game-winner against Western Michigan in a 2-1 win in the first game of the Catamount Cup...Passed out one assist in a 4-1 win over Vermont to win the Catamount Cup a day later...Had a streak of four consecutive multiple-point games from 1/4 through 1/12...Had two assists in a 3-3 tie with Harvard on 1/4...Had a goal and two assists in a 5-3 victory over Dartmouth on 1/6...Also scored once and assisted on two goals against Brown on 1/11 in a 6-3 win...Assisted on what-would-be the game-winner against Yale before scoring himself in a 3-0 win over the Bulldogs at Ingalls Rink on 1/12...Scored once against Holy Cross in a 5-2 win...Had a goal and an assist against Yale in a 5-1 win in front of the largest crowd (4,213) in the history of Quinnipiac Athletics...Had one goal against Brown on 2/10 in a 3-0 win...Assisted on one goal in a loss to Dartmouth on 2/15...Had one assist in a loss to Cornell on 2/22...Scored in a losing effort to Colgate on 2/24...Put the Bobcats on the board for the first time in the ECAC Hockey First Round 7-6 overtime win against Brown on 3/7...Scored twice while assisting on another goal in the Bobcats 7-1 series clinching win over Brown on 3/8...Had one assist in the Bobcats’ 7-4 win over Harvard in the ECAC Hockey Tournament Quarterfinals on 3/15.


As a Freshman in 2006–07:

Emerged as one of the top rookies in the nation...2007 ECAC Hockey Co-Rookie of the Year...Third-Team All-ECAC Hockey pick...ECAC Hockey All-Rookie Team selection...Earned the George Carens Award by the New England Hockey Writers as the top freshman in the region...Named a Freshman All-American by Inside College Hockey...All-Rookie Team selection by United States College Hockey Online...Honored as a runner-up for the National Rookie of the Year award...Played in all 40 games...Paced the Bobcats in goals (27) and points (44)...Led the ECAC Hockey in goals...Notched a NCAA-best three hat tricks...Netted his first collegiate goal at North Dakota on 10/7...Scored a pair of goals in the win over Robert Morris on 10/14...Tallied his first career hat trick at Union on 11/3...Named ECAC Hockey Rookie of the Week on 11/6 for his play against Union and RPI...Figured in on all three Quinnipiac goals in win over Colgate on 11/17...Scored one goal and set up another in the win over Cornell on 11/18...Named both ECAC Hockey Player and Rookie of the Week after scoring five points (two goals, three assists) in the sweep of Colgate and Cornell...Named ECAC Hockey Rookie of the Week on 12/11 for his performance against RPI and Union...Scored two goals and set up another in the win over Brown on 1/12...Netted a pair of goals and set up another in the win at Yale on 1/13...Named ECAC Hockey Rookie of the Week for his six-point weekend against Brown and Yale...Tallied his second career hat trick and added an assist in the win over Bentley on 2/6...Recorded his third hat trick of the season in the win over AIC on 2/13...Assisted on all three Quinnipiac goals in the win over Colgate on 2/17...Found the back of the net in game two of the quarterfinal round sweep of Cornell on 3/10...Scored a goal in the win over St. Lawrence in the ECAC Hockey semifinals on 3/16.


Before Quinnipiac:

Established himself as one of the most talented players in the British Columbia Hockey League over three seasons...Led the BCHL in scoring in 2005–06 after notching 128 points (55 goals, 73 assists)...BCHL First-Team All-Star...MVP of the Interior Conference...Team MVP with Merritt...Finished with 70 points (32 goals, 38 assists) for Powell in 2004–05...BCHL Second-Team All-Star...Team MVP with Powell...Played with South Surrey of the BCHL in 2003–04...Tallied 29 points (nine goals, 20 assists) for the Eagles...Helped South Surrey to the league and playoff championships.



Born in Surrey, British Columbia...Son of Darlene and Randy Wong...Plans to major in