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Colten Teubert
Colten Teubert
Defenseman
Number: 79
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 195
Shoots: Right
Born: Mar 8, 1990
Birthplace: White Rock, BC, Canada
Drafted: LAK / 2008 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 1st (13th overall) PROSPECT BIO
2009-10: 40 points (10-30=40) and 115 penalty minutes in 60 games with Regina (WHL)…Named Regina’s team captain Jan. 12, 2010…Led Regina defensemen in points, goals and with seven power-play goals…40 points tied for 20th among defensemen in WHL (tied for 11th among Eastern Conference defensemen)…Second among Regina defensemen in assists, third among club defensemen in penalty minutes…Assigned to Ontario (ECHL) March 17, 2010…Three points (1-2=3) and 10 penalty minutes in 10 games with Ontario.

2008-09: 37 points (12-25=37) and 136 penalty minutes in 60 games with Regina…Served as an alternate captain…Second on Regina (tied for 19th in WHL) in penalty minutes…Second among Regina defensemen in goals, assists and points…37 points tied for 17th among Eastern Conference defensemen…Led Regina defensemen with plus-9 (tied for third overall on club)…Assigned to Ontario March 20, 2009 (made professional debut that day at Las Vegas)…One point and 10 penalty minutes in eight regular season games with Ontario…One assist and team-leading 19 penalty minutes in six playoff games with Ontario.

2007-08: 23 points (7-16=23) and 135 penalty minutes in 66 regular season games with Regina…Third among Regina defensemen in points...Third overall on Regina in penalty minutes (tied for 17th among Eastern Conference defensemen)…Played in CHL Top Prospects Game…Five points (1-4=5) and six penalty minutes in six playoff games with Regina…Led Regina defensemen in points and assists.

2006-07: 11 points (3-8=11) and 91 penalty minutes in 63 regular season games with Regina…Led Regina rookie defensemen in goals, assists and points…Led Regina rookies in penalty minutes…One assist and 13 penalty minutes in 10 playoff games with Regina, helping the Pats advance to the WHL’s Eastern Conference Semifinals.

2005-06: Two assists and 16 penalty minutes in 14 regular season games with Regina…One assist and four penalty minutes in six playoff games with Regina.

LAST AMATEUR CLUB: Regina, WHL…Played in CHL Top Prospects Game in 2007-08.

INTERNATIONAL PLAY: Earned silver medal for Team Canada at 2010 World Junior Championships (6 GP, 0-1=1, plus-5) – served as an alternate captain and was one of four Kings to play for the team (Martin Jones, Brandon Kozun and Brayden Schenn)…Earned gold medal at 2009 World Junior Championships (6 GP, 0-0=0) – was one of two Kings to play for the team (Thomas Hickey) as Kings only NHL team to have two defensemen on roster (one of four NHL teams to have two players on roster)…Earned gold medal for Canada at 2008 World U18 Championships (7 GP, 0-1=1, 30 PIM, plus-8) – served as an alternate captain, tied for tournament lead in plus-minus, ranked ninth in tournament in penalty minutes…Represented Canada at 2007 Ivan Hlinka Memorial Tournament…Represented WHL in Canada-Russia Challenge in 2008-09 and 2009-10 (served as team captain for one game in 2009-10)…Represented British Columbia at 2007 Canada Winter Games.