LW 6'0" 197
Born: Oct. 9, 1993
Birthplace: Toronto, Ontario
Shoots: Left
Drafted: CAR 2012 (2nd, 38th)
Phil Di Giuseppe

#28 Phil Di Giuseppe

Position Left wing
Height 6'0"
Weight 197
Shoots Left
Born Oct. 9, 1993
Birthplace Toronto, Ontario
Drafted CAR 2012 (2ND, 38TH)

Career Statistics

        Regular Season   Playoffs
Season Team League   GP G A PTS PIM   GP G A PTS PIM
2009-10 Villanova OJHL   56 16 31 47 44   - - - - -
2010-11 Villanova OJHL   49 24 39 63 25   10 6 10 16 6
2011-12 Michigan NCAA   40 11 15 26 18   - - - - -
2012-13 Michigan NCAA   40 9 19 28 32   - - - - -
2013-14 Michigan NCAA   35 13 11 24 28   - - - - -
  Charlotte AHL   3 0 1 1 6   - - - - -
2014-15 Charlotte AHL   76 11 19 30 20   - - - - -
2015-16 Charlotte AHL   25 8 10 18 12   - - - - -
  Carolina NHL   41 7 10 17 18   - - - - -
2016-17 Carolina NHL   36 1 6 7 15   - - - - -
  Charlotte AHL   40 12 16 28 22   5 1 0 1 4
   
AHL TOTALS   144 31 46 77 60   5 1 0 1 4
NHL TOTALS   77 8 16 24 33   - - - - -
PRO TOTALS   221 39 62 101 93   5 1 0 1 4

Biography

Phil Di Giuseppe
Signed a three-year, entry-level contract with Carolina at the conclusion of his junior season at Michigan on 3/26/14.

2016-17

In his third professional season with the Checkers, tied for sixth on the team in goals (12) and points (28) despite playing a career-low 40 games at the AHL level … Set a career high in goals … Tied for second on the team in power-play goals (4) and points (8) … Was third on the team with three game-winning goals and was fourth in shots on goal (141) … Set a career high with 22 penalty minutes … Began the season in the NHL with Carolina and joined the Checkers for the first time on 11/11 … Recorded a pair of assists in his second game with the Checkers at MIL (11/15) … Had an assist and matched a career high with 10 shots on goal vs. CHI (11/23) … Marked a career-high, six-game point streak (2g, 5a) from 11/15-11/26, one shy of the longest by a Checker this season … Recalled to Carolina on 11/28 after posting seven points (2g, 5a) in his first eight AHL games of the season … Returned to the Checkers on 12/12 and responded with two goals, including the overtime winner, in his second game back with the team vs. MB (12/14) … Had a goal and an assist vs. CLE (1/14), marking his fourth multi-point game of the season and second in his last three outings … Had a goal and an assist at MIL (2/17) before being recalled by Carolina two days later … Returned to Charlotte on 4/4 and tied his career high with three assists vs. SA (4/5) … Tied his season high set 10 days earlier with three points (1g, 2a) to help the Checkers earn a point and clinch a playoff spot on the final day of the regular season at CHI (4/15) … Scored a goal and fired seven shots in the Checkers’ final game of the season, a Game 5 first-round playoff loss at CHI (4/26).

2015-16

Completed his second pro season, splitting time between Charlotte and Carolina … Scored his first goal of the season in his first multi-point game of the season at MIL (10/16) … Recorded a five-game point streak to start the season from 10/10-10/21, including goals in three straight from 10/16-10/21 … Ran off a three-game point streak from 10/27-10/31, giving him 10 points in 10 games during the month of October … Recorded his first multi-goal game of the season at SA (11/22) … Earned first NHL recall on 12/4 and made his NHL debut vs MTL (12/5) … Scored his first NHL goal at DAL (12/8) … Recorded a point in four consecutive games from 12/8-12/15, including his first multi-point game in the NHL with a pair of helpers at PHI (12/15) … Lit the lamp in win over WSH (12/31) and followed up with an assist in the next game vs NSH (1/2) … Returned to Charlotte on 1/15 … Put up two points, including the game winner, in his second game back with the Checkers vs. MB (1/17) … Recalled by Carolina on 1/18 … Returned to Charlotte on 1/26 … Scored points in two consecutive games from 1/27-1/29 … Recalled by Carolina on 1/31 … Opened the scoring in win over WPG (2/5) … Notched a pair of assists vs NYI (2/13) … Recorded his third multi-assist game at TBL (3/5) … Marked a four-game points streak from 3/5-3/12, including goals in two straight from 3/10-12 … Scored the overtime winner over BOS (3/10).

2014-15

Completed his first full professional season … Tied for fourth on the team with 30 points and ranked third with 19 assists … Was second among team rookies in goals (11), assists and points … Led the team and ranked fourth among AHL rookies with 174 shots on goal … Ranked second among team rookies in power-play points (eight) … Was one of just two Checkers (Trevor Carrick) and 24 AHL players to play in all 76 games … Scored the Checkers’ first goal of the season and his first as a professional on the power play and was plus-2 in the season opener, a 6-3 loss at MIL (10/10) … Opened the scoring and added an assist for his first multi-point game as a pro at IA (10/24) … Fired a season-high seven shots on goal, which he would go on to tie once more this season, at IA (10/25) … Had an assist and scored the game-winning goal, his first as a pro, with 1:30 remaining in regulation in a 5-4 win vs. MIL (11/29) … Opened the scoring with his fourth goal of the season vs. SA (12/21) … Again opened the scoring to extend his goal/point streak to a season-best three games (3g, 0a) vs. OKC (12/28) … Had the lone assist on Brendan Woods’ game-winner with 5:55 remaining in regulation vs. GR (1/8) … Had his first multi-assist game of the season with a pair of helpers in a 4-2 win vs. NOR (3/8) … Recorded four points (1g, 3a), tying the Checkers’ season high also set that night by Trevor Carrick, in the season finale at GR (4/18).

2013-14

Joined the Checkers on 3/26 after signing a three-year, entry-level contract with Carolina at the conclusion of his junior season at the University of Michigan … Made his professional debut at OKC (4/6) … Recorded his first professional point with an assist on Brody Sutter’s goal, took four penalty minutes and fired three shots on goal in his final game of the season at RFD (4/19).

COLLEGE

Scored 78 points (33g, 45a) and picked up 79 penalty minutes in 116 games over three seasons at the University of Michigan ... Ranked 22nd in the Big Ten in scoring in 2013-14, totaling 13 goals and 11 assists (24 points) in 35 games ... Netted game-winning goals for the Wolverines vs. Michigan State on Jan. 23, Penn State on Feb. 22 and at Ohio State on March 2 ... Scored a goal to force overtime in Michigan’s Big Ten Tournament opener against Penn State before the Wolverines fell to the Nittany Lions in double overtime to end their 2013-14 campaign ... Scored 11 goals and added 15 assists (26 points) during his freshman season at Michigan in 2011-12 ... Ranked second among Michigan rookies in goals, assists and points ... Was a 2011-12 CCHA All-Rookie Team Honorable Mention selection ... Named CCHA Rookie of the Month for October 2011 and Rookie of the Week for the week ending 10/31/11.

JUNIOR

Represented Canada in the 2012 Canada-Russia Challenge along with fellow Hurricanes prospect Ryan Murphy … Spent two seasons playing for the Villanova Knights of the Ontario Junior Hockey League from 2009-11 … Earned 47 points (16g, 31a) in 56 regular-season games and four points (1g, 3a) in six playoff games for the Knights in 2009-10 … Had 63 points (24g, 39a) in 49 regular-season games and 16 points (6g, 10a) in 10 playoff games during his second season with Villanova in 2010-11.
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