|High School:||Okotoks Oilers (AJHL)|
Participated in the Anaheim Ducks' conditioning camp in the summer of 2008. 2007-08: Played in all 36 games ... led the team in goals (15) and tied for third in points (24) ... tied for sixth on the team in assists (nine) ... his six power play goals and two game-winning goals tied for second on the team in each category ... received the team's Seventh Player Award ... named to the Atlantic Hockey All-Rookie Team ... earned Atlantic Hockey Rookie of the Week honors three times (11/26, 12/3 & 12/31) ... named the Atlantic Hockey Rookie of the Month for December as he scored five of Holy Cross' seven goals in the four games played in the month ... his 15 goals were tied for seventh in the nation by rookies ... ranked second in the conference in goals by freshmen and tied for seventh overall in the league ... his 24 points tied for fourth in Atlantic Hockey by freshmen ... recorded his first collegiate point with one assist in the 6-4 win at Providence (10/20) ... scored his first collegiate goal in the 3-1 victory over Army (11/4) ... recorded his first collegiate hat-trick in the 5-5 tie at Air Force (11/24) ... scored his first collegiate game-winning goal in the 4-1 victory at UConn (11/30) ... posted two goals in the 3-3 tie with UConn (12/1) ... recorded one goal each against Merrimack (12/4), Vermont (12/29), Mercyhurst (2/1) and UConn (3/1) ... tied the game with 2:01 left in the third period in the 1-1 tie with Western Michigan (12/30) ... scored the game-winner and had one assist in the 4-2 win over Bentley (1/12) ... registered one goal and one assist against AIC (1/15) and Canisius (2/16). Before Holy Cross: Played four years for the Okotoks Oilers of the Alberta Junior Hockey League (AJHL) for head coach Gary VanHereweghe as he recorded 70 goals and 77 assists for 147 career points ... team captain in the 2006-07 season ... led the team in points with 65 in the 2006-07 season which was ranked 10th in the league ... was second on the team in goals with 29 and assists with 36, while he netted four game-winning goals ... recorded 19 goals to lead the team in the 2005-06 season, while he also had 22 assists for 41 points. Personal: Son of Mike and Penny Sheen ... has one brother, Elliott, and one sister, Erika ... father played basketball at Southern Alberta Institute of Technology ... majoring in Economics and Accounting.