Dylan DeMelo (D)
San Jose Barracuda
2014-15:….enters 2nd professional season….2013-14:…68gp with Worcester (2-22-24), 51 pims, -17, 105 shots, and one fighting major…first full professional season – led all Worcester defensemen with 24 points and 22 assists…led all Worcester rookies in points (24)…finished with nine power play points (1-8-9) … recorded four multi point games (1-7-8)….game-by-game: assist in 4-1W vs. Adirondack on 4/11…had a two game point streak (1-1-2) snapped on 3/29….2nd goal of season in 5-1L at Manchester on 3/28…assist in 5-3W at Portland on 3/26…had a three game point streak (0-4-4) snapped on 3/16….two power play assists in 4-0W at Bridgeport ion 3/15….assist and +2 in 4-3OTW at Providence on 3/14…assist in 4-3SOW vs. Albany on 3/9…two assists and +1 in 5-4SOW at Providence on 3/7…assist in 4-2L at Manchester on 2/23…assist and +2 in 4-2W at St. John’s on 2/9…..did not dress on 1/31….assist in 2-1L at Manchester on 1/24….had a five game point streak (1-4-5) on 1/17….assist in 4-3W vs. Portland on 1/12…assist in 5-1W vs. Norfolk on 1/11…assist in 3-1W vs. Hartford on 1/10….scored his 1st professional goal vs. Malcolm Subban, a 5-on-3 power play goal in 8-2L at Providence on 1/5….power play assist and four shots in 3-2W at Hartford on 1/4….had a two game point streak (0-3-3) snapped on 12/31…. assist on 12/28…two assists in 5-2W vs. St. John’s on 12/27….did not dress on 12/8 and 12/13….two assists and +2 in 8-2W vs. Portland on 12/6….assist and +1 in 3-2SOW vs. Manchester on 11/24…1st professional fighting major (Bishop) in 4-1L at Manchester on 11/22….did not dress on 11/13…had a two game point streak (0-2-2) snapped on 11/2….did not dress on 10/26 and 11/1…assist and #3 star in 4-1L vs. Manchester on 10/23…assist in 3-2W vs. Portland on 10/20…did not dress two games on 10/12-10/19…enters first full professional season…. 2012-13:… 10gp with Worcester (0-4-4), 6 pims, -1, 9 shots, 1st professional season … game-by-game: …assist and +2 on 4/19…had has a two game point streak (0-2-2) snapped on 4/12…. Assist and +2 in 3-0W at Bridgeport on 4/9…assist on 4/7…reassigned by San Jose (NHL) from Mississauga (OHL) to Worcester on 4/3…. named to the OHL’s Subway Super Series…. finished the regular season T-5th amongst OHL defensemen in goals (15) and T-7th in points (50)…led Mississauga defensemen in goals (15), assists (35), points (50), and power play goals (7) in 64 games…..2011-12:…AHL Rookie… 4gp with Worcester (0-1-1) 2pims, +3, 6 shots... game-by-game: +2 and four shots on 4/14…recorded first professional point (assist) in 3-1L to St. John’s on 4/13…made professional debut in 4-1W vs. Manchester on 4/10…signed by Worcester to an ATO on 4/9… had a goal and assist in a six game playoff series loss to the Barrie Colts…recorded seven goals and 40 assists with Mississauga as well as 70 PIMs and a +9 rating spanning a total of 67 games played. Registered three point games twice (1-2-3 vs. Erie on October 12th and 0-3-3 against Kingston on March 9th).. 2010-11: Demelo played in 67 of 68 games as Mississauga St. Michael's dominated the regular season in the OHL - winning 53 games. Demelo was +31 and scored 3 goals with 24 assists and 70 PMs. The Majors faced Owen Sound in an epic OHL final series, won by Owen Sound in overtime of the seventh game. Demelo was +10 in the playoffs with 1 goal, 4 assists and 15 PMs in 20 games. The Majors hosted the Memorial Cup and in five games during the tournament Demelo was scoreless with 4 PMs. Ranked 121st amongst North American skaters in Central Scouting's final rankings, he was selected by San Jose in the sixth round (179th overall) of the 2011 NHL Draft. 2009-10: Demelo skated in 20 games for Mississauga St. Michael's in the OHL - spending most of the season with the Junior A Mississauga Chargers. He had 1 assist and was +3 with 12 PMs in limited ice time with the Majors. In 36 games for the Chargers he scored 9 goals with 20 assists and had 24 PMs. 2008-09: Demelo played 74 games for the London Junior Knights midget minor team in Ontario. He scored 11 goals with 34 assists and had 46 PMs. He was selected by Mississauga St. Michael's in the 2nd round (34th overall) of the 2009 OHL Priority Draft.