2004-05: Unice played for the Victory Honda (Michigan).In 41 games, Unice had a record of 21-20-0 with a goals against average of 2.70 and a save percentage of .920.
2005-06: Playing in 35 games with the U-17 squad, Unice ended the year with a record of 18-13-3-2.His goals against average was 2.88 and his save percentage was .907.He also had two shutouts.He was a member of the silver medal winning Team USA squad at the 2006 World U-17 Championships.
2006-07: Splitting playing time with Brad Phillips, Unice appeared in 26 games, finishing with a record of 16-7-1-1.His goals against average was 2.96 and his save percentage was .884. He also posted a shutout three times during the season.Unice appeared in 13 games against NCAA opponents, finishing with a record of 5-6-1.His goals against average was 3.85 and his save percentage was .852.Heading into the 2007 NHL Entry Draft, NHL Central Scouting had Unice ranked as the 15th best goalie.
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3rd round (86th overall), 2007 by CHI
2007-08: Unice withdrew his college commitment to join Kitchener of the OHL beginning the 2007-08 season. Fresh off his campaign with the U.S. National Team Development Program, Unice withdrew his college commitment to Bowling GreenUniversity for the 2007-08 season and, instead, signed with the Kitchener Rangers of the OHL. Unice put up impressive numbers with Kitchener, as he won over 70 percent of his regular season games and posted a 2.45 GAA. Unice carried this momentum over to the playoffs, where he helped the team win the J. Ross Robertson Cup (OHL Championship) and a berth in the Memorial Cup finals.
2008-09: Traded to the Windsor Spitfires halfway through the season, but saw only light duty for either team.
Unice is technically sound, and plays an aggressive style.
Unsigned by the Blackhawks in 2009, he is a free agent.