Jordan Weal
HEIGHT: 5' 10"
BIRTHDATE: 04/15/1992
AGE: 24
BIRTHPLACE: North Vancouver, BC, CAN
DRAFTED: LAK: 2010-70 overall
WHL East First All-Star Team (2012) AHL Second All-Star Team (2015) Jack A. Butterfield Trophy (AHL - Playoff MVP) (2015) Traded to Philadelphia by Los Angeles with Los Angeles' 3rd round pick (Carsen Twarynski) in 2016 NHL Draft for Vincent Lecavalier and Luke Schenn, January 6, 2016. Missed majority of 2015-16 as a healthy reserve.
2010-11: In WHL he ranked: tied for fifth in points, tied for ninth in goals and tied for 10th in assists…Led Regina in plus-minus (+13) and in PPG (12)…Two goals in four straight games (March 4-11, 2011)…Points (11-6=17) in eight straight games (Feb. 21-March 11, 2011)…Points (9-10=19) in 10 straight games (Jan. 18-Feb. 8, 2011)…Points (6-6=12) in seven straight games (Dec. 13, 2010-Jan. 2, 2011)…Made pro debut with Manchester March 25, 2011 at Norfolk.

2009-10: Third in WHL in points (first 17-year-old to surpass 100 points in the WHL in more than a decade)…Only fifth player in major junior hockey in last 10 years to record 100 points in second season of junior eligibility…In WHL he ranked: second in assists, tied for eighth in PPG (8) and third in PPA (34)…Played in CHL Top Prospects Game…Points (7-13=20) in 10 straight games (Feb. 6-26, 2011)…Points (5-9=14) in seven straight games (Jan. 9-29, 2011)…Points (3-8=11) in seven straight games (Oct. 17-Nov. 4).

2008-09: Finalist for WHL Rookie of the Year Award…Second on Regina (second among WHL rookies) in points…Led club in assists (10th overall in WHL, tied for first among WHL rookies)…Led WHL rookies in PPA (22)…Recorded three points in a game seven times…Points (4-8=12) in seven straight games (Oct. 21-Nov. 2, 2008).

2007-08: Began junior tenure with Regina.

LAST AMATEUR CLUB: Regina, WHL…Played in CHL Top Prospects Game in 2009-10…Finalist for WHL Rookie of the Year Award in 2008-09.

Played for Team Canada at the following tournaments: World U18 Championships (2010, 6 GP, 3-6=9, led club in points)…Other (2009 Ivan Hlinka Tournament, gold medal).