Jason Zucker (LW)
||Newport Beach, CA
Career Notes: Enters his second full pro season in 2013-14. 2012-13: In his first full pro season, led Houston in goals scored, game-winning goals, shots on goal, power-play goals and finished second in team scoring. Also, named to AHL's Western Conference All-Star Team in January of 2012. 2011-12: Ranked second on University of Denver (WCHA) roster in scoring with 46 points (22-24=46) in 38 games…Had nine PPG and +6 rating…Ranked tied for ninth in the NCAA in PPGs, tied for 13th in goals and tied for 15th in the nation in scoring…Ranked second in WCHA in goals and tied for second in scoring…Named Second Team All-WCHA for second straight season…Named to Final Five All-Tournament Team…Notched seven points (3-4=7) in six games while captaining United States at World Junior Championship…Signed entry-level contract with Minnesota (3/27) and made NHL debut vs. FLA (3/29)…Posted two assists and career-high 15:07 TOI vs. LA (3/31)…Wild went 4-1-1 with him in lineup…2010-11: Registered 45 points (23-22-45) in 40 games with University of Denver (WCHA)…Ranked second in the WCHA in goals and third in points…Was named WCHA Freshman of the Year…Named to the Inside College Hockey All-America Rookie Team…Earned a bronze medal at the World Junior Championship, picking up one goal in four games…2009-10: Tallied 53 points (29-24=53) in 60 games with the United States National Team Development Program Under-18 Team…Won gold medal at the 2009 and 2010 World Under-18 Championships as well as the 2010 World Junior Championship…Committed to the University of Denver…2008-09: In 64 games with both the Under-18 and Under-17 National Team, he totaled 38 points (21-17=38) and 61 PIM…First Nevada-raised player to be drafted in the NHL…Is one of two United States players to win three gold medals in one calendar year…One of 21 American players to appear in three World Junior Championships.