Christopher Page - 2003 Inductee - Graduate 1987
Christopher Page was one of the most prolific scorers in the history of Fitchburg State Ice Hockey. The forward was one of just a handful of players in school history to register more then 50 points in three different seasons. Page collected 79 goals and 107 assists to total 186 career points. That mark ranks him fifth all-time on the school's point list.
After a freshman season that saw him contribute 18 points, Page became a scoring machine during his sophomore campaign of 1984-85. He netted 24 goals and dished out 30 assists as the Falcons posted a 17-11 record and advanced to the ECAC Quarterfinals in coach Dean Fuller's first year behind the bench. Page was at his best in the clutch. He tallied five power play goals and two game-winners enroute to a 54 point season.
Page's junior season was more of the same. The 1985-86 team finished 16-10 and qualified for the ECAC North semifinals. He recorded a career best 59 points with 21 goals and 38 assists as he was named All-MASCAC. The Falcons went a step further during his senior season. The Green and Gold advanced to the North finals and finished the year with a 19-9 record. Page, a co-captain, finished his standout career by scoring 21 goals and dishing out 31 assists.