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5-11 / 188
Selected in the fifth round (132nd overall) by the Florida Panthers in the 2015 NHL Draft.
2016-17 | Game-by-Game
Played in 34 games … placed on both the NCHC Academic All-Conference and NCHC Scholar Athlete Teams … finished with six points on two goals and four assists … recorded an assist in back-to-back games against Maine (10/21-22) … scored first-collegiate goal at Cornell (12/2) … netted the game-winning goal a 6-3 comeback victory at North Dakota (1/13).
Lettered three times at Culver Military Academy with 94 points in 73 games over his final two high school seasons … named team MVP … became the first player drafted in the NHL straight out of Culver Military Academy … led high school squad to two Mid-Am District titles and Lawrence/Groton Tournament crowns … skated with the U.S. National Team Development Program for two games in 2014-15 … suited up for Team USA at the Ivan Hlinka Tournament, finishing with three goals and an assist in five games … played for three teams with 22 points (14 goals, 8 assists) in 35 games in 2015-16 … logged most of his 2015-16 time with the Chicago Steel, posting 11 goals and 15 points in 24 games … took just three years to graduate high school and landed on the Gold A (3.5+ GPA) all three years.
Born March 10, 1997 … son of Roxanne and Kurt Bachman … majoring in Business Economics … played youth hockey in Detroit, making a seven hour round trip three days a week with his dad … father, Kurt, played football at Tabor … enjoys soccer, golf, barefooting, wakeboarding and skiing.