Kamil Sadlocha


Player profile

  • Year Senior
  • Height 5-11
  • Weight 185
  • Hometown Carpentersville, Ill.
  • Junior Team Madison Capitols (USHL)

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Ohio State Career

  • Voted team’s Most Improved Player in 2021
  • Enters senior season with 84 career games played, notching 24 points on 12 goals and 12 assists

2022-23 (Senior Season, though Jan. 1)

  • Skated in 14 games, with eight points on five goals and three assists
  • Five points in sweep of Bentley Oct. 20-21; two goals (including first career shorthanded goal) and two assists for career-best four points in game one, goal in game two
  • Also scored in season opener at Mercyhurst Oct. 1 and Oct. 15 at UConn

2021-22 (Junior Season)

  • Played in all 37 games of the year, with seven goals and nine assists for 16 points, marking career highs in all three categories, with +7 mark
  • Three points vs. LIU, posting assist in game one Dec. 31 and goal and a helper, along with +3 mark, in game two Jan. 1
  • Notched third-period gamewinner vs. Mercyhurst Nov. 27 and had an assist in the game for two-point night; +2 in the win
  • Scored twice against Penn State Nov. 5 for first career multi-point game
  • Tallied at Notre Dame Dec. 3, vs. Notre Dame Jan. 14 and at Michigan Feb. 18
  • Assist at Minnesota Nov. 12, vs. Michigan Dec. 10, at Wisconsin Jan. 9, vs. the Badgers Feb. 5, vs. the Gophers Feb. 11 and in Big Ten Tournament game vs. Penn State March 5

2020-21 (Sophomore Season)

  • Received team’s Most Improved Player award
  • Played in 26 of 27 games, with four goals and three assists for seven points
  • Scored vs. Minnesota Jan. 30, against Notre Dame Feb. 6 and vs. Arizona State March 4
  • Assist at Michigan State Jan. 23  and vs. Wisconsin Dec. 3
  • Power play goal against Arizona State Dec. 17 and had a helper vs. the Sun Devils Dec. 18
  • Assist vs. Wisconsin Dec. 3

2019-20 (Redshirt Freshman Season)

  • Skated in 21 games
  • Scored first career goal (marking first career point) Oct. 26 at Mercyhurst
  • Made collegiate debut Oct. 11 vs. WMU

2018-19 (Redshirt Season)

  • Did not see game action

Prior to Ohio State

  • Skated with Madison in the USHL for two seasons
  • Had eight goals and 14 assists for 22 points in 57 games in 2016-17 with the Capitols
  • Notched 16-21-37 line in 2017-18 while again skating in 57 contests and serving as an alternate captain
  • Selected for 2017 USHL/NHL Top Prospects Game and had an assist in the contest
  • Skated in two games with U.S. National U17 team
  • Played with Chicago Mission in youth hockey and was a team captain; team won Silversticks championship
  • Graduated from Jacobs High School in Algonquin, Ill.


  • Father and two uncles, one on his mother’s side and one on his father’s, played professional hockey in Poland
  • Born in Poland and moved to the United States when he was 2
  • Wears No. 11 because that was the number his father wore when he played hockey
  • Communication major
  • Started playing hockey at age 8; played inline hockey and then decided to try ice hockey because his father played the sport professionally
  • Pick one: Movies – 8 Mile and Shawshank Redemption; Television show – Breaking Bad; Music – Creedence Clearwater Revival and the Rolling Stones; Professional team – Chicago Blackhawks; Athlete – Michael Jordan; Homecooked meal – steak and baked potato; Celebrity – Blake Lively; Snack food – chips and guacamole; Ice cream flavor – chocolate; Sport other than hockey – basketball; Rink – Leafs Ice Center; Book – Hatchet by Gary Paulsen; Vacation spot – Mexico or St. Thomas