6 Jake Parenteau  
Jake Parenteau

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Franconia, Minn.

High School:
Chisago Lakes

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 198

Position:
Defense

Birthdate:
06/10/1989

Club:
Alaska - NAHL


03/30/2014

Gophers Punch Ticket to Frozen Four

Minnesota will make its 21st Frozen Four appearance in two weeks in Philadelphia.

03/23/2014

Gophers Hand Out Team Awards

Adam Wilcox was honored with the John Mariucci Most Valuable Player Award.

03/01/2014

Shibrowski, Serratore Heroes on Senior Night

The Gophers improved to 15-1-3 at Mariucci Arena this season - one loss at Mariucci Arena is the fewest in a season in the facility's 20-year history.

02/26/2014

Gophers Set for PSU, Final Home Series

For Minnesota seniors Nate Condon, Justin Holl, Jake Parenteau, Tom Serratore and Michael Shibrowski, this weekend's series with Penn State will be their final games at Mariucci Arena.

02/14/2014

Gophers Take Down Wolverines in 5-3 Win

After being held to just three goals over the last three games, 12 Gophers tallied points in Saturday's win including five different goal scorers.

03/05/2014

Senior Salute

The Gopher hockey team honored its seniors during the final home game of the 2013-14 season.

01/22/2013

Minnesota, UND Tie

The Golden Gophers scored two late goals to tie North Dakota.

02/24/2012

Parenteau's OT Gamewinner

Jake Parenteau's first career goal was an overtime gamewinner at Nebraska-Omaha.

04/12/2014

Minnesota vs. Union

Minnesota vs. Union photos by USA TODAY Sports

03/24/2012

Men's Hockey vs Boston U NCAA Regional 03.24.12

Men's Hockey vs Boston U NCAA Regional 03.24.12

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2012-13 • Junior Season:Appeared in 35 games as a junior in 2012-13 • posted career highs this season in points (9), assists (7) and plus/minus (+15) while matching his best season numbers in goals (2) • tied for the team lead with a +17 rating during the regular season • picked up his first point of the season with an assist on a Kyle Rau goal vs. Canisius. It was the lone goal of the game. (10/28) • collected his second point of the season with an assist at Vermont (11/23) • recorded the primary assist on Erik Haula's game-winning goal at the Mariucci Classic against Air Force (12/29) • assisted on a goal for the second-straight night to help the Gophers defeat Boston College and capture the Mariucci Classic title (12/30) • assisted on a Seth Ambroz goal in the first period against Alaska Anchorage (1/12) • scored his first goal of the season against rival North Dakota (1/19) • registered a secondary assist on Sam Warning's goal in the third period against Denver (3/2) • netted his second goal of the season and assisted on another goal in a 5-1 victory at Bemidji State (3/9) • All-WCHA Academic Team honoree.

2011-12 • Sophomore Season: Skated in 39 games and had two goals and six assists • took only two minor penalties all season • blocked 37 shots• made his season debut against Sacred Heart (10/8) • recorded his first career point, an assist, against Niagara (12/30) • had one assist and was +3 at North Dakota (1/14) • recorded his first penalty of the season (cross-checking) against Colorado College (1/21) after playing his first 22 games of the season without taking a penalty • scored his first career goal as a Gopher in overtime at Nebraska Omaha (2/24) to give Minnesota a 3-2 come-from-behind win • scored the second goal of his career against Boston University (3/24) in the NCAA West Regional semifinals.

2010-11 • Freshman Season: Played in eight games • team was 4-3-1 when he was in the lineup • never went more than five games without playing • took one shot and blocked two shots in collegiate debut (2-1 win) against St. Cloud State (10/24) • missed both Wisconsin games (Nov. 5-6) after being diagnosed with mononucleosis on Nov. 3 • was medically cleared to play and accompanied the team to Michigan Tech (11/19 and 11/20) but did not see any game action • was +1 against No. 2 Minnesota-Duluth (12/12), which was his first game action since Nov. 26 against Michigan State • played in his first game since Dec. 12 when he suited up at No. 2 North Dakota (1/15) • was +1 and earned five penalty minutes against Michigan Tech (2/26).

High School: Played two seasons with the Alaska Avalanche of the NAHL • head coach was Brian Huebel • tied for the NAHL lead in points for a defenseman in 2009-10 with 47 (16g-31a) and led defensemen in goals in each of his two years in the league • became highest scoring defenseman in franchise history with 68 points and became first Avalanche player to earn All-NAHL honors • helped lead the team to its first two playoff appearances • played 2007-08 season for the St. Paul Lakers of the MNJHL and won the team's Rookie of the Year award, tallying 37 points • earned four varsity letters at Chisago Lakes High School • was an all-conference honoree in his senior season.

Personal: Plans to major in sport management • lists hobbies as fishing, hunting, golfing, and spending time with family and friends • most memorable sports experience was playing hockey in Wasilla, Alaska for the NAHL's Alaska Avalanche for two years • father, Tom, and uncle, Mike Anderson, both played hockey for the Gophers in the early 1980s • sister, Lexy, playedhockey at Bemidji State from 2006-10, while cousin, Casey, skated for St. Lawrence University from 2006-09 • son of Tom and Shellee Parenteau • born June 10, 1989.