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Getting to know JT Wyman

by Peter Pupello / Tampa Bay Lightning



"Wyman has the ability to single handedly change the game in one shift. He is very explosive and is a pure goal scorer. He has a tremendous first three strides, has nice hands, and a quick release. He will have to develop his play in the last 100 feet to make himself a more complete player." - Bob Gaudet, Dartmouth head coach

JT Wyman...

Previously played under Lightning head coach Guy Boucher as a member of the AHL’s Hamilton Bulldogs during the 2009-10 season.

Was one of two members of the Bulldogs to appear in all 80 games with the club in 2010-11 prior to being acquired by Tampa Bay during the offseason.

Registered his best AHL season in 2009-10 as a member of Hamilton with 17 goals and 37 points in 76 games.

Was the third player in the history of the Blake School in Minneapolis, Minnesota to be named a Mr. Hockey Finalist after finishing as the school’s leading scorer with 54 points and scoring goals in 21 of 24 games on his way to being named team MVP.

Led Dartmouth College (ECAC) with four game-winning goals in 2006-07.

Was a four-year letterman in ice hockey while at Dartmouth.

Notched career-bests for goals with 15, assists with 15 and points with 30 during his final year at Dartmouth. He finished his collegiate career with a total of 41 goals and 85 points in 123 games.

Served as Dartmouth’s assistant captain during the 2007-08 season.

Was a member of the Baker’s Dozen men’s singing group and was also awarded a medal at the University of Minnesota for placing first in a French public speaking contest.

Registered a plus-10 rating prior to receiving his recall from the Lightning, which ranked fourth among all Admirals skaters and recorded an even or plus rating in 25 of 29 AHL games this season.

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