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Round 2
Round 3
Stanley Cup Final

Colton Sissons

North American Skater - Kelowna, WHL
Final Rank:14Midterm Rank:14
Height:6' 1"Weight:189
Born:November 5, 1993
Born in:North Vancouver, BC, CAN
Drafted: 2012: NSH (2nd Round / 50th Overall)  Nashville Predators
• He finished the season second on the Rockets in scoring with 26 goals which included a team-high 13 power-play tallies. Sissons’ matched his rookie point total (41) in five fewer games this season (58).

• In 2010-11, Sissons finished 12th overall in rookie scoring and second overall on the Kelowna Rockets with 41 points (17-24--41) in 63 games. He finished with a plus-15 rating, the highest on the team.

• Prior to making the jump to the Western Hockey League, he competed for the BCHL’s Westside Warriors in Junior A – he recorded six goals and 22 points (6-16--22) in 58 games.

• As the youngest forward on the Vancouver Northwest Giants in 2008-09, he finished with 54 points, fifth overall in the league, helping the team win the BC Major Midget League Championships -- 2011 first overall selection, Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, was a teammate on the Giants.

• A fan of the Food Network, he is a self proclaimed “fantastic cook”.


NHL team: Vancouver Canucks
NHL player: Philadelphia’s Claude Giroux
Shootout move: High glove shot
Goal celebration: Touch the ice
Video game: FIFA
Movie: Dumb and Dumber
TV show: Breaking Bad
Actress: Olivia Wilde
Musician: Rolling Stones
Website: Twitter
Book: Hunger Games
Pump-up song: “Shaking Hands” by Nickelback
Home-cooked meal: Butter chicken
Activity away from the rink: Roller hockey


2009-2010WESTSIDE (defunct)BCHL586162229

I've been getting frustrated lately, and the only thing keeping me sane was the team winning and other people stepping up and scoring. Then you just kind of let it go and realize you can end the series with one shot, that frustration goes away for a brief moment, and that's what happened.

— Montreal forward Max Pacioretty after scoring the series-winner in Game 4 -- his first career playoff goal -- to eliminate the Lightning and send the Canadiens into the second round