North American Skater
John (Jack)
Roslovic
POSITION: C
SHOOTS: Right
HEIGHT: 6' 0"
Weight: 182
Born: 01/29/1997
Mid Term Rank: 52
Nationality: American
Club: USA U-18
League: USHL

• Roslovic paced the U.S. Under-18 team with eight power-play goals and ranked fourth on the club with 79 points (25-52—79) in 2014-15.

• Roslovic scored the tying goal for the U.S. in the third period of their eventual 2-1 overtime win over Finland in the gold-medal game at the 2015 Under-18 World Junior Championship. The Columbus native finished the tournament with 11 points (6-5—11) in seven games. He also scored at a point per-game clip (2-4—6) en route to a gold medal at the 2014 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge.

• In 2013-14, Roslovic became the first player born and raised in central Ohio to join the United States National Team Development Program in Ann Arbor, Mich. He tied for the under-17 team lead with six power-play goals that season.

• Roslovic grew up idolizing former Columbus Blue Jackets captain Rick Nash, whom he watched frequently as his family owned season tickets to the club’s games.

• A product of the Ohio Blue Jackets AAA program, Roslovic led the under-16 team in goals (23), assists (30) and points (53) in 2012-13.

• Roslovic will play for the Miami University RedHawks beginning in the 2015-16 season.


FAVORITES

NHL team: Columbus Blue Jackets
NHL player: Alex Ovechkin
Goal celebration: "Superman"
Video game: Call of Duty
Movie: The Wolf of Wall Street
TV show: Breaking Bad
Actor: Blake Lively, Robert Downey Jr.
Musician: Drake
Sport (other than hockey): Fishing, golf
Athlete (non-hockey): LeBron James