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Stanley Cup Final

Jeremy Morin

North American Skater - USA U-18, USDP
Final Rank:33Midterm Rank:21
Position:Left WingShoots:Right
Height:6' 1"Weight:189
Born:April 16, 1991
Born in:Auburn, NY, USA
Drafted: 2009: ATL (2nd Round / 45th Overall)  Atlanta Thrashers
• In 2008-09, Morin lead the U.S. NTDP in scoring with 33 goals and 59 points and tied for first with five game-winning goals in 55 games. In 14 international games this season, he recorded 14 points (8-6-14) in 14 games.

• After signing with Kitchener in April, he will join the Rangers of the Ontario Hockey League for the 2009-10 season.

• His older brother, Chad, a defenseman, also played for the U.S. National Training Development program and will be a senior at Harvard University in 2009-10 -- they became the first sibling pair to play at the NTDP. His cousin, J.D. Forrest, was an All-American at Boston College and plays professional hockey in Finland.

• At the 2009 Under-18 World Championships, Morin led his team with six goals and tied for first with 10 points (6-4-10) in seven games, leading Team USA to a gold medal. At the 2008 Under-18 World Championships, he led the team with six goals (6-2-8).

• Prior to his days with the NTDP, Morin played for the Syracuse Stars of the Eastern Junior Hockey League; in 2006-07 he was named EJHL Rookie of the Year.

NEWS ARTICLES

MORIN HOPING TO TAKE FAST TRACK TO NHL

FAVORITES

NHL Team: New York Rangers
NHL Player: Patrick Kane
Shootout move: “Backhand Five-hole”
Goal celebration: Patrick Kane’s
Video game: Madden
Movie: Shawshank Redemption
TV Show: Prison Break
Actress: Eva Longoria
Music Artist: Lil’ Wayne
Website: ESPN
Book: Last Lecture
Home cooked meal: Chicken
Sport (other than hockey): Basketball
Activity away from the rink: Golf
Place to shop: Express
Place to visit: Aruba

STATISTICS

SEASONTEAMLEAGUEGPGAPPIM
2007-2008USA U-18USHL2820143436
2008-2009USA U-18USHL4626224899




Once again, it shows character in this dressing room. Once again, there's no quitting in here. We all wanted this so bad and we worked so hard to get home-ice advantage and we weren't going to let this one slide.

— Colorado Avalanche captain Gabriel Landeskog on his team's OT Game 1 win vs. Minnesota Wild