North American Skater
Kale
Clague
POSITION: D
SHOOTS: Left
HEIGHT: 6' 0"
Weight: 177
Born: 06/05/1998
Mid Term Rank: 22
Nationality: Canadian
Club: Brandon
League: WHL

• An offensive defenseman, Clague registered 6-37—43 in 71 regular-season games in 2015-16 to help the Brandon Wheat Kings clinch first place in the WHL’s Eastern Conference with a record of 48-18-6 (102 points).

• Clague matched his goal total from the regular season with 6-8—14 in 21 postseason contests as the Wheat Kings captured the 2016 Ed Chynoweth Cup, Brandon’s third WHL championship in franchise history.

• Internationally, Clague was a part of Canada’s gold medal entry at the 2015 Ivan Hlinka Memorial and served as captain of Canada Black at the 2014 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge.

• Clague was a member of the Lloydminster Bobcats Midget AAA club in 2013-14 that won a gold medal at the Western Canada Challenge Cup. Clague earned Alberta Midget Hockey League First All-Star Team honors and was also named to the Western Canada Challenge Cup All-Star Team that season.

• He collected 35-42—77 in 33 games in his final year of Bantam AAA as captain of the Lloydminster Heat, shattering the Alberta Major Bantam Hockey League record for points in a season by a defenseman set by current Ottawa Senators blueliner Dion Phaneuf (15-50—65 in 35 GP).

• His father, goaltender Jason Clague, played parts of four seasons in the WHL with the Regina Pats and Red Deer Rebels from 1991-95.

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GETTING TO KNOW KALE...

My go-to karaoke song is: 'What Do You Mean?' by Justin Bieber
Last TV show I binge-watched is: Suits
The celebrity that always makes me laugh is: Will Ferrell
The app I spend way too much time on is: Instagram
At an all-you-can-eat buffet I go straight for the: Wings
The coolest person I've ever met is: J.J. Watt
The athlete I admire most is: Erik Karlsson
If I could be one person for a day it would be: Leonardo DiCaprio
I am inspired by: Mom and Dad
I am afraid of: Heights
I dream of: Making the NHL and playing for a Stanley Cup