December 21, 1985 |
Lively, ON, CAN
|Height||5 ft 9 in (175 cm)|
|Weight||179 lb (81 kg; 12 st 11 lb)|
|Rapid City Rush
Battochio played major junior hockey with the Ottawa 67's of the Ontario Hockey League (OHL) where he was twice selected to receive the Roger Neilson Memorial Award as the OHL's top academic College/University player, and also winning the Bobby Smith Trophy as the OHL Scholastic Player of the Year for the 2005–06 season.
Battochio then attended St. Francis Xavier University where he played Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) hockey within the Atlantic University Sport (AUS) conference. He was recognized for his outstanding play when he was named to the 2008-09 AUS Second All-Star Team.
Battochio turned professional with the 2009–10 Rapid City Rush of the Central Hockey League (CHL), where as a rookie he helped his team capture the Ray Miron President's Cup as the 2009–10 CHL champions. He was also selected as the CHL`s Rookie of the Year and was named to the 2009–10 CHL All-Rookie Team.
After a solid season with Atyrau, Battochio opted to return to his original club, the Rapid City Rush on a one-year deal on August 21, 2014.
Awards and honours
|Roger Neilson Memorial Award||2004–05|||
|Roger Neilson Memorial Award||2005–06|||
|Bobby Smith Trophy||2005–06|||
|AUS Second All-Star Team||2008–09|||
|Ray Miron President's Cup (with Rapid City Rush)||2009–10|||
|CHL Rookie of the Year||2009–10|||
- Rush's Battochio named to CHL All-Rookie team
- Rush goalie Battochio reportedly signs to play in Kazakhstan
- "Battochio returns to Rush". Rapid City Rush. 2014-08-21. Retrieved 2014-08-21.
- 2004-05 winners of the Roger Neilson Award
- Ottawa 67's goalie Danny Battochio is the winner
- named AUS 2nd team all-star
- Danny Battochio Join Beibarys Atyrau in Kazakhstan
- Rapid City's Danny Battochio Named CHL Rookie of the Year
- Danny Battochio's career statistics at EliteProspects.com
- Danny Battochio's career statistics at The Internet Hockey Database
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