Johnny Gaudreau A.K.A "JOHNNY HOCKEY"

Johnny Gaudreau, born on August 13, 1993, is an American proffesional hockey player with the Calgary Flames of the National Hockey League.

Drafted by the Flames in the fourth round, 104th overall in the 2011 NHL Entry Draft, Gaudreau played his first full season in 2014-15. He was selected for the NHL all-star game and was a Calder Memorial Trophy Finalist for leagues best rookie.

Throughout the years he has been a profligate scorer and one of the leagues best forwards. Gaudreau stands at just 5 ft 9 inches tall and weights only 154 lbs. Despite his small stature, his offensive numbers are monstrous:

Before the NHL, Johnny Gaudreau spent his time playing NCAA Division 1 hockey for Boston College where he was dubbed "Johnny Hockey " for his incredible abilities. By his final year, Gaudreau was a unanimous First-Team All-Star and posted incredible numbers:

Gaudreau has also appeared on the world stage on multiple occasions. His first appearance was in 2013 where he played for team USA in the world junior championships. The next year, Gaudreau made his debut appearance for team USA's team in the world championships. In 2016, Gaudreau played in the first ever World Cup of Hockey for team North America. During all his international appearances he has been a huge part of his teams success:

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