Elias Rosen

#28 Elias Rosen

HOMETOWN Mora, Sweden

2020-21 (So)
 Co-Defensive Player of the Year
 All-WCHA First Team
 WCHA All-Academic Team
 WCHA Scholar-Athlete
 AHCA Division I Krampade All-American Scholar
In 22 games, the Mora, Sweden, native has 13 points on four goals and nine assists for BSU and is part of a Bemidji State penalty-kill unit that leads the country with a .932 average (68-of-73) and has killed 20 of its opponents’ last 21 power plays. Despite missing four games due to injury, he opens the WCHA postseason leading all BSU defenders and is tied for fifth on the team in scoring. The 2020-21 All-WCHA First Team selection’s nine helpers placed him third on the team, while his nine points (2g-7a) in league play tops all WCHA blueliners. A member of the Beavers’ top power-play unit, Rosén ranks third on the team with four points (1g-3a) on the man advantage. His 18 blocked shots this season rank fourth on the team, while he carried a +3 plus/minus rating.

2019-20 (Fr)
 WCHA Rookie of the Week (Nov. 25 and Jan. 6)
 WCHA All-Rookie Team
 All-WCHA Third Team
 AHCA Division I Krampade All-American Scholar
Rosén earned a spot on the All-WCHA Third Team as well as being named to the All-Rookie Team in 2019-20 after finishing fourth on the team in scoring with 24 points (5g-19a), while sitting second with 19 assists and 14 points (2g-12a) on the man advantage... Rosén made his collegiate debut for BSU against St. Cloud State (10/11/19) and saw time in 35-of-37 games... The rookie assembled a five-game point streak and netted four multi-point games, which included a three-point (1g-2a) night, Nov. 22, to lead BSU to a 7-0 victory versus Alabama-Huntsville... He not only led all BSU rookies in scoring, he also paced WCHA newcomers and was second among all WCHA blueliners with 22 points in league play (4g-18a)... He recorded a season-high two goals at Alabama-Huntsville (1/9/20) during that same game, Rosen also had is season-high is five shots... Rosen posted a season-high three blocked shots for against Minnesota State (2/29/20)... He finished the season with a +7 plus/minus rating and ranked fifth on the team with 23 blocked shots.

Prior To BSU
Elias Rosén played his first season in the United States for the Tri-City Storm... In 51 USHL games, the defender accounted for 19 points on six goals and 13 assists... Rosén contributed to the Storms’ power-play unit logging seven (2g-5a) points on the man advantage... He finished the season sixth on the team and third among Storm defenders with a +14 plus/minus rating... A veteran of European hockey Rosén  played five seasons of elite hockey in Sweden and has led his team to postseason play on three occasions... He capped the 2016-17 campaign with the most points by a defenseman (21) in Sweden's J18 Elit league.

Born Jan. 4, 1999 to Johan and Marita Rosén... Majoring in Sport Management at Bemidji State.

Career Highs
2 at Alabama-Huntsville (1/9/20)
Assists: 2, 5x last vs Bowling Green (10/30/21)
Points: 3 vs Alabama-Huntsville (11/23/19)
SOG: 6, at Northern Michigan (10/22/21)
PIM: 2, 12x last vs Bowling Green (10/29/21)