Jordan Schroeder (C)
||Prior Lake, MN
Career Notes: Enters his fifth season in 2014-15. Signed a two-year contract with the Minnesota Wild on July 11,2014. 2013-14: Played in 25 games for Vancouver, Also played in two games for Utica in an injury-limited season. 2012-13: Split the season between Chicago (AHL) and Vancouver (NHL). Posted career-highs with three goals and six assists for 9 NHL points. He made his NHL debut January 23, 2013 against the Calgary Flames. He recorded his first point, an assist, on January 25 against the Anaheim Ducks, his second NHL game. Was among Chicago’s point leaders, finishing fourth despite missing half the season due to NHL call up. 2011-12: Spent the entire season in Chicago, finishing second in goal scoring with 21 and third in points with 44. 2010-11: Played his first full season pro with the AHL’s Manitoba Moose, Vancouver’s affiliate. 2009-10: Turned pro after two seasons with the Univ. of Minnesota. Tied for the team-lead in points with 28, was the team leader with 19 assists. 2008-09: Upon joining the Golden Gophers, Schroeder was the youngest player on the team. He scored 13 goals and 32 assists in 32 games in his freshman year, the second highest total on the team, and was named WCHA Rookie of the Year. International Play: 2007 IIHF World Junior U18 Championships in Finland, helped USA to a silver medal, finished third in the tournament with 11 points. At 2008 World Junior U20 Championships in Czech Republic. He finished second in team scoring and tied for fourth in the tournament with one goal and seven assists for eight points in seven games. At 2008 U18 tournament, he recorded five points in seven games as the Americans earned a bronze medal. At the 2009 World Junior Championships he established the American record for most career assists at the tournament with 15. The youngest player on the team, Schroeder led the Americans in scoring with 11 points. On December 23, 2009, Schroeder was named to the American team for the 2010 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships, his third straight appearance at the World Junior Championships. Schroeder set the highest career point total for an American. His 20 career assists was the third highest total in the history of the tournament. He finished with three goals and five assists in seven games as the Americans won the gold medal.