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Round 2
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Stanley Cup Final

Jason Zucker

North American Skater - U. of Denver, WCHA
Final Rank:51Midterm Rank:55
Position:Left WingShoots:Left
Height:5' 11"Weight:174
Born:January 16, 1992Hometown:Las Vegas, NV
Born in:Newport Beach, CA, USA
Drafted: 2010: MIN (2nd Round / 59th Overall)  Minnesota Wild
• Zucker was one of two U.S. players to win three gold medals in one calendar year – he won gold at the 2009 and 2010 Under-18 Championships as well as the gold medal at the 2010 World Junior Championships. Goaltender and his best friend on the team, Jack Campbell, was the other to complete the feat.

• In total, he played 60 games (22 in the USHL) with the U.S. National Team Development Program, recording 53 points and tying for the team lead with 29 goals.

• Zucker began his hockey career at the age of three playing roller hockey in his hometown of Las Vegas, Nevada. At the age of 10, he moved to Los Angeles to get better competition playing for the Los Angeles Hockey Club for two years before returning home in 2006 to play for the Las Vegas Outlaws AAA team. Prior to making the jump to the U.S. NTDP, he played one season with Detroit Compuware.

• He is committed to the University of Denver for the fall of 2010.

• His superstitions include separating his sticks from the rest of the team, always being the first player on the ice and he wears number 16 because it is the same number his grandfather wore for football.

FAVORITES


NHL team: Detroit Red Wings
NHL player: Zach Parise and Pavel Datsyuk
Shootout move: “Backhand, top shelf”
Goal celebration: “One knee, fist pump”
Movie: Miracle
Actor: Will Ferrell
Music group: Linkin Park
Website: NHL.com
Pump-up song: “Lose Yourself” by Eminem
Home-cooked meal: Burgers and sweet potato fries
Activity away from the rink: Roller hockey

STATISTICS

SEASONTEAMLEAGUEGPGAPPIM
2008-2009USA U-17USHL4819113053
2008-2009USA U-18USHL70116
2009-2010USA U-18USHL221171823




It's hard to walk into that locker room and look those guys in the eye when they've played -- clearly, that was our best game we've played in the series -- and I thought we deserved a better fate tonight.

— Tampa Bay Lightning coach Jon Cooper on his team's 3-2 loss to the Canadiens in Game 3 on Sunday