Jeremy Morin
Born April 16, 1991 (1991-04-16) (age 29)
Auburn, New York
Height 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)
Weight 192 lb (87 kg; 13 st 10 lb)
Position Left wing
Shoots Right
NHL team (P)
Cur. team
Former teams
Arizona Coyotes
Tucson Roadrunners (AHL)
Chicago Blackhawks
Columbus Blue Jackets
NHL Draft 45th overall, 2009
Atlanta Thrashers
Playing career 2010–present

Jeremy Morin (born on April 16, 1991) is an American professional ice hockey left winger currently playing for the Tucson Roadrunners in the American Hockey League (AHL) while under contract to the Arizona Coyotes of the National Hockey League (NHL).

Prior to playing in the OHL, he played for the USA Hockey National Team Development Program (NTDP) for two years, competing in the North American Hockey League (NAHL).

Internationally, at the junior level, Jeremy has represented the United States on four occasions, medaling in each junior tournament.

Playing CareerEdit


Jeremy began his playing career in 2006–07 as a member of the Syracuse Stars in the Eastern Junior Hockey League (EJHL), being named EJHL Rookie of the Year.

The following season, he joined the United States National Team Developmental Program (NTDP) and played for two seasons with the NTDP, leading the team in scoring with 33 goals and 59 points & tied for first with five game-winning goals in 55 games.

At the end of the 2008–09 season, Jeremy was selected in the second round (45th overall) in the 2009 NHL Entry Draft by the Atlanta Thrashers.

After playing for the NTDP, Jeremy joined the Kitchener Rangers of the Ontario Hockey League (OHL), where he scored 83 points in 58 regular season games in 2009–10.

He was named the Canadian Hockey League (CHL)'s Player of the Week for the fifth week of the 2010 playoffs after registering six goals and one assist in four games, highlighted by two hat-tricks.


On June 1, 2010, Jeremy signed an entry-level contract with Atlanta.

Twenty-three days later, he was traded to the Chicago Blackhawks as part of a deal that sent first (24th overall) and second round picks (both previously belonging to the New Jersey Devils) in the 2010 NHL Entry Draft along with Marty Reasoner & Joey Crabb to Chicago in exchange for Dustin Byfuglien, Brent Sopel, Ben Eager and Akim Aliu.

Prior to the 2010–11 season, Morin had a strong training camp and made an impression on Blackhawks Head Coach Joel Quenneville while tying for second on the team in pre-season scoring with four points, however, the Blackhawks assigned him to their American Hockey League (AHL) affiliate, the Rockford IceHogs, to begin the year.

After playing eight games with Rockford, leading the team in power play goals with three, Morin was recalled from the AHL on November 5, 2010.[9] He made his NHL debut the next day at Philips Arena against the team that originally drafted him, the Atlanta Thrashers.

Jeremy's first stint with the Blackhawks lasted two games, where he registered four shots on goal and two blocked shots; he reassigned to Rockford after only three days with Chicago. Following an injury to Marián Hossa, he was recalled as his replacement on November 30, 2010.

At the time of his second call-up, Jeremy was leading the IceHogs in goals, with six, and was tied for third on the team with nine points.

Later that day, in a game against the St. Louis Blues, Jeremy registered his first NHL point, a power play assist & registered his first NHL fight in a bout with the Blues' Chris Porter. He played in the Blackhawks next two games, but six days later, he was again assigned to Rockford. The move was believed to be an attempt at saving money against the team's salary cap.

As anticipated, the Blackhawks recalled him prior to their next game against the Dallas Stars while placing Hossa on injured reserve. During the game, on December 8, 2010, Morin scored his first NHL goal, beating Andrew Raycroft 1:36 into the second period of a 5–3 Blackhawks victory.

However, the Blackhawks' cap concerns remained and Jeremy was again reassigned to Rockford the following day.

Jeremy continued to bounce back and forth between Rockford and Chicago, but with the return of Marian Hossa & Viktor Stalberg from injury, he was not needed in the Blackhawks line-up and was subsequently loaned to Team USA for the 2011 World Junior Championships.

Following the tournament, Jeremy returned to Rockford, but in mid-January, he suffered what was believed to be a concussion and missed the remainder of the season. He finished his first professional season playing in 31 games scoring ten goals and 15 points between the NHL and AHL.

Jeremy was unable to return to the ice until the start of training camp, but he was still unable to participate in pre-season games. Assigned to Rockford, he missed the first two games of the 2011–12 season.

Jeremy played in 22 games for the IceHogs, registering 15 points before he was recalled by the Blackhawks for the team's December 18th game with the Calgary Flames. In the game, he spent some time on the Blackhawks' top line alongside Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane, but he went pointless in 10:23 of ice time.

On June 27, 2014, the Blackhawks signed Jeremy to a two-year contract extension, but during the 2014–15 season, on December 14, 2014, he was traded to the Columbus Blue Jackets in exchange for defenseman Tim Erixon.

On June 30, 2015, he was reacquired by the Blackhawks, alongside Marko Dano, Artem Anisimov, Corey Tropp and a fourth-round draft pick in 2016 in a multi-player deal that sent Brandon Saad, Alex Broadhurst and Michael Paliotta to Columbus.

In the 2015–16 season, Jeremy was familiarly returned to AHL affiliate, the Rockford IceHogs. In 28 games, he contributed to the IceHogs with 22 points.

On January 3, 2016, he was traded to the Toronto Maple Leafs in exchange for right winger Richard Panik.

He was directly assigned to the Toronto Marlies of the AHL and appeared in just 13 games before he was again included in a trade by the Maple Leafs alongside James Reimer to the San Jose Sharks in exchange for Alex Stalock, Ben Smith and a conditional 4th round pick in 2018 on February 27, 2016.

Jeremy completed the season playing in 18 games for 14 points with the Sharks AHL affiliate, the San Jose Barracuda.

As a free agent, Jeremy left the Sharks to sign a one-year, two-way contract with the Tampa Bay Lightning on July 1, 2016. He was assigned to AHL affiliate, the Syracuse Crunch to begin the 2016–17 season.

On February 25, 2017, the Lightning traded Jeremy to the Arizona Coyotes in exchange for Stefan Fournier.

Career StatisticsEdit

Regular season and playoffsEdit

    Regular season   Playoffs
Season Team League GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM
2006–07Syracuse StarsEJHL452628540
2007–08U.S. National ProgramInd3531154640
2007–08U.S. National Under-18 TeamNAHL3017173426
2008–09U.S. National Under-18 TeamInd55332659107
2008–09U.S. National Under-18 TeamNAHL1412152728
2009–10Kitchener RangersOHL5847368376201292132
2010–11Rockford IceHogsAHL22841234
2010–11Chicago BlackhawksNHL92139
2011–12Chicago BlackhawksNHL30000
2011–12Rockford IceHogsAHL69182240121
2012–13Rockford IceHogsAHL6730285886
2012–13Chicago BlackhawksNHL31120
2013–14Rockford IceHogsAHL4724234758
2013–14Chicago BlackhawksNHL2456113220002
2014–15Chicago BlackhawksNHL1500015
2014–15Rockford IceHogsAHL31012
2014–15Columbus Blue JacketsNHL2824613
2015–16Rockford IceHogsAHL289132224
2015–16Toronto MarliesAHL132468
2015–16San Jose BarracudaAHL1859141240002
2016–17Syracuse CrunchAHL439122122
2016–17Tucson RoadrunnersAHL2072923
NHL totals 82 10 12 22 69 2 0 0 0 2


Year Team Event Result   GP G A Pts PIM
2008United StatesU17Template:Sica66282
2008United StatesWJC18Template:Brca76286
2009United StatesWJC18Template:Goca764108
2010United StatesWJCTemplate:Goca72570
2011United StatesWJCTemplate:Brca40112
2015United StatesWCTemplate:Brca100000
Junior totals 31 20 14 34 18
Senior totals 10 0 0 0 0

International PlayEdit

Jeremy made his international debut in 2008 representing the United States at the IIHF World U18 Championships. In his first international tournament, he scored a team-leading six goals in seven contests; the United States defeated Sweden 6–3 in the Bronze medal game earning him his first international medal. He finished the tournament eighth overall in scoring with eight points.

The following year, he again represented the United States at the 2009 IIHF World U18 Championships. Team USA defeated Russia in the final, 5–0, winning the gold medal.

Jeremy lead the team in goal scoring, with seven and tied for second in points with ten which ranked him tenth in tournament scoring. He also represented the United States at the 2010 World Junior Championships where he registered five assists and seven points in seven games.

In the tournament final, the U.S. defeated Canada 6–5 in overtime, winning gold. After being loaned from the Blackhawks so he could participate in the 2011 World Junior Championships, he was named an alternate captain for Team USA.

During the team's first game, a 3–2 overtime win against Finland, Jeremy suffered what was thought to be a significant shoulder injury, but he returned to the American lineup after missing only one game. In the tournament quarterfinals, the U.S. lost to Canada, 4–1. They rebounded in the bronze medal game defeating Sweden 4–2.

The victory marked the first time Team USA won medals in back-to-back tournaments, and the first medal they won on home soil. During the tournament, Jeremy registered one assist through four games.

Playing StyleEdit

Jeremy was known as a goal scorer in juniors. He has the ability to shoot from anywhere and find open space to shoot, often going to the front of the net and finding space to score. He possesses a quick release that accompanies a solid shot.

Jeremy is considered a gritty player for a goal scorer, plays hard and has a bit of an edge in his game. He plays a solid all-round game, possesses a high hockey IQ and competes every shift.

Personal LifeEdit

Jeremy's cousin J. D. Forrest, plays professionally in Finland while his older brother Chad was also a member of the NTDP and went on to play for Harvard University in the ECAC.

He also had an uncle who played college hockey.

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