Andrew Oglevie



  • DOB: 2/16/1995
  • Ht: 5-10
  • Wt: 181
  • Shoots: R
  • School: Notre Dame
  • Hometown: Fullerton, CA
  • Drafted: Undrafted

Signed a two-year, entry-level NHL contact as an undrafted free agent with the Buffalo Sabres on April 11, 2018. Re-signed a two-year, two-way deal with Buffalo on October 1, 2020.

: Tied for the team lead in goals (15) and finished fourth in scoring with 29 points in 55 games with the Rochester Americans (AHL) ... Set career-highs in all offensive categories, including 14 assists, while nearly tripling his offensive output from his rookie season ... Tied for fifth in the AHL with a team-high six game-winning goals ... Notched Rochester’s lone hat trick of the season ... Had a three-game point streak (3+1) from 1/24 to 1/31 ... Scored twice against Laval on 1/24 ... Recorded an assist in his return to the lineup against Belleville on 1/10 ... Missed the previous seven games (12/21-1/08) due to injury ... Became the first Amerk this season to reach the 10-goal mark with the game-winner against Wilkes-Barre/Scranton on 12/11 ... Closed out the month of November with 10 points (7+3) over a career-long seven-game point streak from 11/13 to 11/30, including goals in five of six games over that span ... Notched his first career hat trick by scoring all three goals in the 3-2 win at Cleveland on 11/30 ... Scored once in each period while single-handedly outscoring the Monsters and extending Rochester’s point streak to 10 straight games ... Netted the game-winner 56 seconds into overtime to cap a two-point night in a 3-2 win over Cleveland on 11/15 ... Recorded his first multi-assist game with a pair of assists in the 5-1 win over Hershey on 10/23 ... Began the season with a goal in the season-opening overtime win over Syracuse on 10/04

: Produced five goals and five assists in 28 during an injury-riddled rookie season with the Rochester Americans (AHL) … Missed all three games of the North Division Semifinals against Toronto and missed the final 11 games of the regular season due to injury … Had nine points (4+5) over his last 11 games, including three multi-point efforts, dating back to 2/17 … Netted the game-winner in the 5-3 win at Syracuse on 3/02 … Recorded his first pro multi-point game with a goal and an assist and was named the game’s first star in a 5-1 win over Binghamton on 2/17 … Had one shot in his return to the lineup against Syracuse on 2/15 … Missed 29 games (12/01-2/12) due to injury … Scored his first pro goal in a 3-2 overtime win over Syracuse on 11/09 … Returned to the lineup against Hershey on 11/02 … Missed six games (10/14-10/27) due to injury … Made his professional debut against Charlotte on 10/05

2017-18: Led all Norte Dame Fighting Irish (Big-10) players in both goals (15) and power-play markers (9) while his 39 points (15+24) ranked second on the club during his junior season ... Finished his collegiate career by helping the Fighting Irish to a 2018 Big-10 championship and paced all NCAA players with seven points (3+4) in four games in the 2018 NCAA Tournament, leading Notre Dame to the championship game and earning All-Tournament Team honors ... Tied his career-high with three assists on 1/27... Scored the only goal in a 2-1 loss in the National Championship game on 4/07 against University of Michigan ... Named to the Academic All-Big-10 Team and received the Brian Walsh Offensive Player of the Year Award ... Served as alternate captain


2016-17: Appeared in all 40 games with the Irish, ranking third on the team with a collegiate career-high 41 points (21+20) … His 21 goals were tied for the most among all Norte Dame skaters … Scored the overtime game-winner to lift the Irish to a 3-2 win, which sent Notre Dame to the Frozen Four on 3/26 versus UMass-Lowell … Named to the 2017 NCAA Northeast Regional All-Tournament Team and was named the Monogram Club’s Most Improved Player

2015-16: During his first season with the Irish, played in 31 games and scored five goals while chipping in four assists for nine points … Had a career-high two goals and added an assist for a career-best three-point game on 1/15 … Booked his first career goal – and first career game-winner – on 11/16 at Arizona State

2014-15: Led all Cedar Rapids RoughRiders (USHL) players with a career-best 32 assists while his 53 points and five game-winning goals were both second-most on the team … Registered 16 multi-point performances, which featured a personal-long 10-game point streak (9+7) from 1/02 to 1/31 … Produced a pair of four-point outings … Skated in three playoff games, recording 10 shots

2013-14: Totaled 28 points (12+16) in 49 contests with the RoughRiders … Collected eight points (2+6) in six straight games from 3/12 to 3/22 … Dressed in four postseason games, adding a pair of markers and one assist

2012-13: Skated in a career-high 60 contests with Cedar Rapids while contributing nine goals and 11 assists … Recorded a goal and assist in back-to-back games (3/01 and 3/02)

2011-12: In first season of juniors with the RoughRiders, contributed six goals and seven helpers in 52 outings … Notched his first-career multi-goal (and first overall goal) of his USHL career on 11/24 when he scored a pair of markers … Booked his first point (assist) on 10/15 after making his juniors debut on 10/07

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Player Stats

Regular Season
2020-21 Regular SeasonROC12347-2101026100.58
2019-20 Regular SeasonROC5515142901430104600.53
2018-19 Regular SeasonROC285510420044100.36