Jordan Weal

Jordan Weal (* 15 April 1992 in North Vancouver, British Columbia) is a Canadian professional ice hockey player. Since April 2011 he is with the Los Angeles Kings of the National Hockey League under contract and playing in parallel for their farm team Manchester Monarchs in the American Hockey League on the position of the center.

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Jordan Weal was ( WHL) selected in May 2007, when the Western Hockey League Bantam Draft in the fourth round at a total of 79 position of the Regina Pats. The Center then completed another season for the Vancouver Northwest Giants in the unterklassigen Junior League British Columbia Major Midget League, and played late into the WHL season 2007/ 08 three games in the regular season for the Pats. In addition, he came into this season on four play-off inserts for Regina, before the Pats in the first play-off round after six games of the best- of-seven series, the Swift Current Broncos documents.

In the following season Weal came regularly for the Regina Pats used. The rookie played 65 games, scoring 16 goals and 70 points scorer. He was nominated as a WHL rookie of the year for the Jim Piggott Memorial Trophy For this achievement, however, was Brett Connolly of the Prince George Cougars. In the season 2009/10 Weal was able to increase his points rate from the previous season and was at the end of the season with 102 points, third-best scorer of the entire Western Hockey League, as well as behind Jordan Eberle second highest points scorer of the Pats. On 10 March 2010, the Canadians scored his 100th season point scorer; it was the first time since Pavel Brendl in the season 1998/99 that a 17 -year-old WHL player reached the 100 -point mark. Despite Eberle and weals services the Pats missed the playoffs the previous year.

Before the upcoming NHL Entry Draft, an annual event in which teams of the National Hockey League can secure the rights to promising young players to the Canadian was rated as the 30th best young players. During the draft, Jordan Weal was finally selected in the third round to 70th position overall by the Los Angeles Kings.

In the WHL season 2010/11, his points average held at a high level. Weal presented with 43 ​​goals in 72 matches played, a new personal best. Overall, he scored 96 points and was the best scorer of the Regina Pats and fifth best points scorer of the Western Hockey League. The Pats were still sporty little success, and the team missed the third time in a row the play-offs. Following the final game of the Pats this season, Jordan Weal was in the squad of Los Angeles ' American Hockey League farm team Manchester Monarchs. The offensive player played seven games for the Monarchs, while he managed one assist. However, in the subsequent Calder Cup play-offs right shooter was no longer used.

18 April 2011 Jordan Weal signed an entry-level contract with the Los Angeles Kings. The Center was invited before the start of the NHL season 2011/12 in the training camp of the Kings, but could not be recommended for the final NHL squad and sent back to the WHL for the Regina Pats. Weal was named Western Hockey League player of the month in January 2012, after he scored nine goals and a total of 25 points in the twelve games of the Pats this month. Overall, Jordan Weal scored in the WHL season 2011/12 in 70 games 116 points scorer; so get him more than twice as many points as the second-best point scorer of the Pats this season, Lane Scheidl (55). The Regina Pats have qualified after three years for the first time for the play- offs and left there in the first round against the Moose Jaw Warriors from. Weal headed in the five play-off games the Pats at as many points scorer.

Following the end of the season Regina's the offensive player was re-appointed in the cadre of the Manchester Monarchs.


Jordan Weal represented his country with the Canadian national team for the first time at the World U -17 Hockey Challenge, 2009. During this tournament, he finished with the Team Canada Pacific after a final defeat against Team Canada Ontario ranked second. When Ivan Hlinka Memorial Tournament in 2009, he won his team to a 9-2 victory in the final against the Russian team the gold medal. Another use for Hockey Canada had Weal at the U18 Junior World Cup in 2010. Canadians did not qualify in this tournament for the final round and were consequently without winning a medal. Jordan Weal scored nine points scorer in six games completed and was the most successful points scorer of the Canadian team.

Awards and achievements

  • 2009 WHL East Rookie of the Year
  • 2010 CHL Top Prospects Game
  • 2012 WHL Player of the Month January
  • 2012 WHL East First All- Star Team


  • 2009 Silver medal at the World U -17 Hockey Challenge
  • 2009 Gold medal at the Ivan Hlinka Memorial Tournament

Career Stats


( Key to Career statistics: Sp or GP = Games Played, T or G = goals scored, V or A = achieved assists; Pts or Pts = scored points scorer, SM or PIM = received penalty minutes, / - = Plus / Minus balance sheet; PP = scored majority gates; SH = scored shorthanded goals, GW = achieved victory gates; Play-downs/Relegation 1 )