Gino Guyer
Position Centre
Shoots Left
5 ft 11 in (1.8 m)
192 lb (87 kg)
GET Team
F. Teams
Lincoln Stars (USHL)
University of Minnesota (NCAA)
Philadelphia Phantoms (AHL)
Alaska Aces (ECHL)
Phoenix RoadRunners (ECHL)
Bakersfield Condors (ECHL)
Born 14 October 1983 (1983-10-14) (age 36),
Coleraine, Minnesota, USA
NHL Draft 165th overall, 2003
Dallas Stars
Pro Career 2000 – present

Gino Guyer (born 14 October 1983 in Coleraine, Minnesota) is an American professional ice hockey centre, who plays for Lillehammer in the Norwegian GET-ligaen.

Draft Edit

Guyer was drafted 165th overall by the Dallas Stars in the 2003 NHL Entry Draft. To date, he has yet to play in the National Hockey League.

Career Edit

Early career Edit

After a standout career at Greenway High School, in which he was awarded the 2002 Minnesota Mr. Hockey award as the state's most outstanding high school player, Guyer was recruited by the University of Minnesota. He supplemented his development by playing a total of 20 games with the Lincoln Stars of the USHL, tallying a total of 9 goals and 12 assists in two seasons of play.[1]

In 2003, as a freshman with the Gophers, Guyer scored 29 points; the most notable of which being an overtime goal to propel Minnesota over the University of Michigan, advancing the team to the Division I National Championship, where they would ultimately defeat the University of New Hampshire 5-1 in regulation, earning the program's 5th NCAA title.

Guyer would go on to captain the Golden Gophers in his senior year (2006). Though Guyer would tally only 14 points through 41 games, Minnesota went on to win the MacNaughton Cup, for their first outright WCHA title since 1992.

In 2006, he had a brief spell in the AHL team Philadelphia Phantoms, as well as in the ECHL teams Texas Wildcatters and Alaska Aces.

He then played two seasons for the Phoenix RoadRunners, and a single season for Bakersfield Condors.

Moving abroad Edit

On 15 August 2010, he joined Norwegian club Lillehammer.[2]


  2. "Gino Guyer klar for L.I.K.", 15 August 2010. Retrieved on 12 January 2011. (Norwegian) 

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