Canadian water ice hockey player

Nathan MacKinnon

MacKinnon with the Colorado Avalanche in 2020

Built-in
(1995-09-01)
September 1, 1995
(age 26)


Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
Height half-dozen ft 0 in (183 cm)
Weight 205 lb (93 kg; fourteen st nine lb)
Position Center
Shoots Right
NHL team Colorado Barrage
National team
Canada
NHL Typhoon 1st overall, 2013
Colorado Avalanche
Playing career 2013–present

Nathan Raymond MacKinnon
(built-in September 1, 1995) is a Canadian professional ice hockey centre and alternate captain of the Colorado Barrage of the National Hockey League (NHL). MacKinnon was selected kickoff overall by the Barrage in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft.[1]

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Playing career

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Early on life

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MacKinnon was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia and grew up playing in the minor ice hockey organization of Cole Harbour, Nova Scotia.[2]
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As an atom aged player, MacKinnon recorded 200 points in 50 games.[4]
When MacKinnon was 12 and xiii, he played Bantam AAA for the Cole Harbour Ruby-red Wings, recording seasons of 110 and 145 points, respectively.[4]
After these two seasons, MacKinnon enrolled at Shattuck-Saint Mary’due south in Faribault, Minnesota.[5]
MacKinnon chose to leave his hometown and nourish the Minnesota boarding school because of the force of its water ice hockey program.[5]
In his commencement season at Shattuck-Saint Mary’south playing with the Runted Tier I programme, he scored 101 points in 58 games to end second in team scoring.[vi]
For the 2010–11 season, MacKinnon joined the under-16 Midget plan at the school. Despite beingness the team’s 2d-youngest player, MacKinnon was averaging more 2 points a game and was 2d in team scoring at the midway betoken of the season.[four]
During the flavor, MacKinnon was named to the team that represented Nova Scotia in the ice hockey tournament at the 2011 Canada Winter Games.[7]
At the tournament, MacKinnon scored eight goals and eleven points to finish 4th in tournament scoring as Nova Scotia finished in seventh place.[8]
MacKinnon finished his second flavour at Shattuck-Saint Mary’south with 93 points in 40 games played, and was second on the team with 45 goals scored.[9]

Junior

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Heading into the 2011 Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL) Draft, MacKinnon was widely regarded as the favourite to exist selected commencement overall and was ranked by QMJHL Central Scouting as the best bachelor player.[10]
Despite this, MacKinnon spent the day of the draft skating with the Omaha Lancers of the United States Hockey League (USHL), equally he was considering playing either higher ice hockey in the National Collegiate Athletic Clan (NCAA) or major junior ice hockey in the QMJHL.[11]
On June 4, 2011, MacKinnon was selected first overall by the Baie-Comeau Drakkar in the 2011 QMJHL Draft.[12]
Because MacKinnon did non speak French, in that location was speculation that he would follow through with his selection to play in the USHL until he was eligible for the NCAA, unless his rights were traded to a different QMJHL team.[13]
On July thirteen, 2011, MacKinnon’s rights were traded to the Halifax Mooseheads for Carl Gélinas, Francis Turbide, the Mooseheads’ outset round draft picks in 2012 and 2013 and the Quebec Remparts’ first round draft pick in 2013, previously acquired by Halifax.[14]
The Mooseheads had been attempting to acquire MacKinnon since Baie-Comeau was awarded the kickoff overall pick in the 2011 draft.[15]
MacKinnon scored his first QMJHL chapeau-trick on December 3, 2011, scoring 5 goals in a 6–iv victory over the Quebec Remparts.[16]
In a league of xviii- and 19-year-olds, MacKinnon was only 16 when he accomplished this. The opposing coach for the Remparts was his hereafter passenger vehicle with the Colorado Barrage, NHL Hall of Famer Patrick Roy. With v goals in one game, he tied the Mooseheads tape for the most goals in a single game held past Jason Male monarch.[17]

On May 26, 2013, MacKinnon led the Mooseheads to their first Memorial Cup title. He was also named Nigh Valuable Actor, scoring a tournament-best vii goals and 6 assists in four games, and earned a spot on the Tournament All-Star Team

On June 24, 2013, leading up to the 2013 NHL Entry Draft, head omnibus Patrick Roy of the Colorado Barrage, who owned the outset overall selection, stated publicly that his team would select MacKinnon if the typhoon were held then, despite widespread speculation that the team was likely to select defenceman Seth Jones, who grew upwardly in Denver, Colorado.[18]
“It would be tough for us non to accept MacKinnon,” Roy told
ESPN The Mag. Roy also refused to rule out trading the choice.[19]
On June 26, 2013, Avalanche Manager of Amateur Scouting Richard Pracey said during a briefing telephone call that the squad had MacKinnon in their sights. “Every bit of today, we’re leaning on Nathan MacKinnon,” Pracey said.[twenty]
On June 30, 2013, the Barrage did indeed employ their first overall selection in the draft to select MacKinnon.[21]

Professional

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Colorado Avalanche

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MacKinnon was signed to his first NHL contract, a iii-yr entry level deal, with the Avalanche on July ix, 2013.[22]
MacKinnon made his NHL debut to begin the 2013–14 season on October ii, 2013, becoming the youngest hockey player to e’er dress in a regular season game for the Colorado Avalanche franchise, registering 2 assists in a 6–one victory over the visiting Anaheim Ducks.[23]
MacKinnon scored his offset NHL goal Oct 12, 2013, against Michal Neuvirth of the Washington Capitals during the 2nd period at the Verizon Heart.[24]

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During the season MacKinnon’s role increased, as he was placed on the top ii offensive lines. He claimed his showtime NHL record in becoming the youngest player to tape back-to-back two-goal games from January 4–6, 2014, chirapsia Dale Hawerchuk’s of the original Winnipeg Jets from 1981. MacKinnon subsequently compiled a 13-game point streak from January 25 to March 6, surpassing Wayne Gretzky (who turned 19 during his commencement flavor) to have the longest scoring streak past an xviii-twelvemonth-quondam in NHL history.[25]
MacKinnon finished the regular season appearing in all 82 games and led all rookies with 24 goals and 39 assists for 63 points. MacKinnon became but the third player in the NHL to record seven points in his get-go two playoff games with a goal and six assists in the kickoff two contests against the Minnesota Wild in the opening round of the 2014 Stanley Cup playoffs. On June 24, 2014, MacKinnon won the Calder Memorial Trophy for the rookie of the year, becoming the youngest role player to e’er win this trophy and third in Barrage history behind Chris Drury and Gabriel Landeskog.[26]
He was subsequently selected to the NHL All-Rookie Team.

MacKinnon with the Avalanche in November 2014

MacKinnon recorded his first career NHL hat flim-flam on February 22, 2015 in a five–4 win over the Tampa Bay Lightning. He is the youngest role player in Avalanche history to record a hat trick.[27]

On July eight, 2016, MacKinnon as a restricted gratis agent re-signed with the Barrage, like-minded to a seven-year, $44.1 1000000 contract that averages $6.3 million per season.[28]
Later in the offseason, on October 13, 2016, MacKinnon was announced as an alternating captain for the Avalanche.[29]

MacKinnon would play his kickoff NHL All-Star Game on January 10, 2017, as the alone representative of the Colorado Avalanche.[30]
He was again selected the post-obit yr for the 2018 NHL All-Star Game.[31]

Prior to the 2017–eighteen flavour, MacKinnon hired a sports psychologist, which drastically helped him improve his play and emerge every bit 1 of the league’s premier players.[32]
MacKinnon was named the NHL’s First Star of the Week for February 26 through March iv, later on scoring five goals, six assists, with four power play points, a +6 rating, and 31 shots in four games.[33]
This included his second career 5-indicate night (the previous existence a goal and iv assists against the Capitals before in the season, on November xvi, 2017), with MacKinnon scoring ii goals and calculation three helpers in a 7–one win over the Minnesota Wild on March 2.[33]
On April 26, 2018, MacKinnon was nominated for the Ted Lindsay Laurels as the NHL’southward near outstanding player.[34]
The following solar day he was named a Hart Memorial Trophy finalist as the NHL’s well-nigh valuable player; the honor was won by New Bailiwick of jersey Devils’ frontwards Taylor Hall.

On September 11, 2020, MacKinnon won the Lady Byng Memorial Bays, which is awarded to the “player adjudged to have exhibited the best blazon of sportsmanship and gentlemanly deport combined with a loftier standard of playing power.”
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International play

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Medal record
Representing


Canada
World Championships
Gold medal – first place 2015 Czech Commonwealth
Silver medal – second place 2017 Federal republic of germany/France

MacKinnon’s showtime experience with Hockey Canada came when he was named to the Canada Atlantic team for the 2011 World U-17 Hockey Challenge in Winnipeg, Manitoba.[37]
Despite beingness the second-youngest histrion at the tournament, MacKinnon scored 5 goals and eight points in just five games to finish seventh in tournament scoring.[four]
[38]
This included a game in which he scored ii goals and two assists to be named player of the game as Canada Atlantic defeated Finland iv–three.[39]
His impressive play helped Canada Atlantic to its best stop since the 2005 Globe U-17 Hockey Challenge, defeating Canada West 2–one in the 5th place game.[xl]
The post-obit year, MacKinnon was named to the Canada Atlantic team for the 2012 World U-17 Hockey Challenge in Windsor, Ontario.[41]

On December 13, 2012, MacKinnon was named a member of team Canada for the 2013 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships along with Mooseheads teammate Jonathan Drouin.[42]

At the 2015 Earth Championships, where Canada won the aureate medal for the outset fourth dimension since 2007 with a perfect ten-0 record, MacKinnon finished the tournament with 4 goals and 5 assists.[43]

MacKinnon was a member of Team Due north America for the 2016 World Loving cup of Hockey. He played on the tertiary line alongside Johnny Gaudreau and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins.

MacKinnon was selected to play for Team Canada at the 2017 IIHF Earth Championship, where he placed kickoff in team points to assist Canada win a silver medal.[44]

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Career statistics

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Regular flavor and playoffs

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Regular season Playoffs
Flavor Team League GP G A Pts PIM GP Thousand A Pts PIM
2007–08 Cole Harbour Wings Bantam AAA 50 110
2008–09 Cole Harbour Wings Bantam AAA 35 145
2009–10 Shattuck-Saint Mary’s Bantam AAA 58 54 47 101 56
2010–xi Shattuck-Saint Mary’s Midget AAA 40 45 48 93 72
2011–12 Halifax Mooseheads QMJHL 58 31 47 78 45 17 13 15 28 12
2012–13 Halifax Mooseheads QMJHL 44 32 43 75 45 17 11 22 33 12
2013–14 Colorado Avalanche NHL 82 24 39 63 26 7 two 8 10 4
2014–xv Colorado Barrage NHL 64 14 24 38 34
2015–16 Colorado Avalanche NHL 72 21 31 52 20
2016–17 Colorado Avalanche NHL 82 xvi 37 53 16
2017–18 Colorado Avalanche NHL 74 39 58 97 55 half-dozen three 3 6 four
2018–19 Colorado Avalanche NHL 82 41 58 99 34 12 half dozen 7 13 two
2019–xx Colorado Avalanche NHL 69 35 58 93 12 15 9 16 25 12
2020–21 Colorado Avalanche NHL 48 20 45 65 37 10 8 7 15 ii
NHL totals 573 210 350 560 234 50 28 41 69 24

International

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Year Team Event Issue GP G A Pts PIM
2011 Canada Atlantic U17 fifth five 5 3 8 0
2012 Canada Atlantic U17 7th 5 1 3 4 2
2012 Canada IH18 1st 5 v vi 11 eighteen
2013 Canada WJC 4th vi one 1 4
2014 Canada WC 5th viii 1 3 4 8
2015 Canada WC
1st place, gold medalist(s)
10 four 5 9 half dozen
2016 Team North America WCH fifth 3 2 1 3 2
2017 Canada WC
2nd place, silver medalist(s)
10 6 9 15 6
Junior totals 21 xi 13 24 24
Senior totals 31 xiii 18 31 22

Awards and honours

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Accolade Year
CHL / QMJHL
Ed Chynoweth Trophy 2013
Memorial Cup Championship 2013
Stafford Smythe Memorial Bays 2013
CHL Memorial Cup All-Star Team 2013 [45]
NHL
Calder Memorial Trophy 2014 [46]
NHL All-Rookie Team 2014
NHL All-Star Game 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2022 [47]
NHL Second All-Star Squad 2018, 2020
Lady Byng Memorial Bays 2020

Acting career

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MacKinnon has appeared in a recurring function (along with former Halifax Mooseheads teammate Cameron Critchlow) on the Canadian tv show
Mr. D, playing a fictionalized version of himself. He first appeared in season 2 episode 4, when he and a teammate have to go out an exam early to play in a schoolhouse hockey game. When the teammates tell Mr. D (portrayed past Gerry Dee) that they did not terminate the examination, he tells them to take it domicile and return it completed the adjacent mean solar day.[48]
In flavor 3 episode 7, he is in detention for missing too much school to play hockey. Mr. D is oblivious to his talent and reprimands him (“Hockey’s non a job”), although information technology is implied that, in the bear witness’s timeline, that this takes place prior to the 2013 NHL Entry Draft, where MacKinnon was drafted first overall, despite airing in 2014. In season four episode xi, MacKinnon returns to give tickets to an Avalanche game to the schoolhouse principal. When Mr. D enters the room a moment subsequently, he calls MacKinnon “Mr. Calder” and tells him that he always believed in him. When Mr. D. asks for tickets to a game, MacKinnon tells him that all the games, including those in exhibition and the following flavour, are sold out.[49]

MacKinnon has besides appeared every bit himself in
Trailer Park Boys, flavour eleven episode 7 at Ricky’s ball hockey army camp.[50]
In 2019, he returned in a vox acting role in
Trailer Park Boys: The Animated Serial
season 1 episode 3, again portraying himself.

He, along with swain Nova Scotian and NHL player and a good friend of Mackinnon’s Sidney Crosby, take appeared in a series of Tim Hortons commercials produced for YouTube.[51]
During his career, MacKinnon has turned to Crosby for inspiration, including the 2019 Stanley Cup playoffs.[52]

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External links

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  • Biographical information and career statistics from NHL.com, or Eliteprospects.com, or Eurohockey.com, or Hockey-Reference.com, or The Internet Hockey Database
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Awards and achievements
Preceded by

Nail Yakupov


NHL kickoff overall draft pick


2013
Succeeded by

Aaron Ekblad

Preceded by

Duncan Siemens


Colorado Barrage first round draft pick


2013
Succeeded by

Conner Bleackley

Preceded by

Jonathan Huberdeau


Winner of the Calder Trophy


2014
Succeeded past

Aaron Ekblad

Preceded by

Aleksander Barkov


Lady Byng Memorial Bays


2020
Succeeded by

Jaccob Slavin



Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nathan_MacKinnon