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Patrick Mullen
Patrick Mullen
Number: 59
Height: 5' 10"
Weight: 184
Shoots: Right
Born: May 6, 1986  (Age 28)
Birthplace: Pittsburgh, PA, United States
Acquired: Signed by the Kings as an unrestricted free agent on April 3, 2009.
2010-11: Fourth among Manchester defensemen in points and assists…Goals in back-to-back games April 6, 2011 at Portland and April 8, 2011 vs. Adirondack…Two assists Feb. 5, 2011 at Albany…Points (1-3=4) in four straight games (Nov. 26-Dec. 10, 2010).

2009-10: Three of four goals scored with Manchester on power play…+5 in first seven games (Oct. 3-24, 2009)…Earned assist in pro debut Oct. 3, 2009 at Albany…Played one game with Ontario (ECHL).

2008-09: Set collegiate career high in points during senior season at University of Denver…Tied for fourth on club in assists…Led club in blocked shots (53)…Had eight multi-point games…Helped University of Denver to 23-12-5 record and berth in NCAA Tournament (DU eliminated in first round)…Named to All-WCHA Academic Team for second time…Participated for West team at 2009 NCAA Frozen Four Skills Challenge…81 points (20-61=80) and 148 penalty minutes in 152 career games during four-year tenure at University of Denver (played as both a forward and defenseman).

2007-08: Played as both a forward and defenseman for University of Denver…Seven points (2-5=7) as a forward before moving to defense (2-13=15)…Led DU defensemen in points (tied for sixth among WCHA defensemen)…Tied for club lead in assists and ranked second on club in penalty minutes…Had six multi-point games.

Played 33 games as a forward and four games as a defenseman for DU…Had four multi-point games…Missed WCHA playoffs with mononucleosis…Named to All-WCHA Academic Team.

2005-06: Tied for sixth on DU in goals and points…Named Preseason Player to Watch by College Hockey News.

2004-05: Ranked second on Sioux Falls (USHL) in assists…Ranked fourth on club in points, tied for fourth in goals…Led club in plus-minus (+11).

University of Denver, NCAA…All-WCHL Academic Team in 2006-07 and 2008-09…Participated for West team at 2009 NCAA Frozen Four Skills Challenge…Named Preseason Player to Watch by College Hockey News in 2005-06.