Mitch Wahl

North American Skater - Spokane, WHL
Final Rank:64Midterm Rank:37
Height:6' 0"Weight:175
Born:January 22, 1990
Born in:Long Beach, CA, USA
Drafted: 2008: CGY (2nd Round / 48th Overall) 
  • Played for the 2008 Memorial Cup Champion Spokane Chiefs, totaling six points (2-4--6) in four games on Spokane’s top line.
  • Had 14 points (6-8--14) in 21 playoff games, helping Spokane capture the WHL championship.
  • Was featured in the movie “In the Crease” which followed the California Wave’s run to the National Championship.
  • His nicknames are “Wahly, Wahler and Wahlrus” and he wears number 14 because it’s a multiple of seven and he always wore number seven when he was young.
  • Played on his first hockey team in Huntington Beach; also played one year with the Anaheim Junior Ducks, six years with the California Wave and one year with the Los Angeles Junior Kings.
  • Patterns his game after Ottawa’s Jason Spezza – “he is a great player with a lot of speed."
  • Credits his parents for having had a lot of influence on his career because of their support and sacrifice.
  • His most memorable hockey moment was getting drafted into the WHL – “it was exciting to go to Spokane."
  • The one movie he would like to be in is Cable Guy and the one thing he couldn’t live without is his phone.




NHL Team: Anaheim Ducks

NHL Player: Alex Ovechkin

Shootout move: “Fake back-hand shoot five hole”

Practice Drill: “Rapid fire shooting”

Video Game: Guitar Hero III

Movie: The Cable Guy

TV Show: Family Guy

Actor: Jim Carey

Group: Rolling Stones


Book: Harry Potter

Food to cook: Eggs

Sport (other than hockey): Golf

Activity away from the rink: Hanging out with friends

Toy growing up: Hockey stick

Place to shop: Nordstrom’s

Place to visit: Hawaii




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