T. J. Trevelyan
Thomas Jordan " T. J. " Trevelyan ( born March 6, 1984 in Mississauga, Ontario ) is a Canadian professional ice hockey player who plays in the position of left winger for the Augsburger Panther in the German Ice Hockey League since August 2011.
Trevelyan began his career in 2000 at the Georgetown Raiders in the Ontario Provincial Junior A Hockey League. There he reached in two seasons until spring 2002 116 points scorer in 98 games. In his second season he nearly doubled his point output and was voted most valuable player of the team. After being selected in the NHL Entry Draft in 2002 by any franchise in the National Hockey League, Trevelyan moved to the U.S. St. Lawrence University. He preferred a training at a U.S. college with Hockey promote a transition to a higher category League of Canadian Hockey League. Overall, the Canadians played four years for the St. Lawrence University in the ECAC Hockey, one of the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division. The left winger, who went there, among others, together with Rich Peverley and John Zeiler on the ice was able to increase its yield point in each of the four years of playing. In the years 2005 and 2006, he was elected to the respective First All-Star Team ECAC and appointed in his last year of college player of the year in the ECAC Division and appointed to the NCAA All-American First Team. He was also one of the nominees for the Hobey Baker Memorial Award. In 2010, finally, he was elected to the ECAC First All - Decade Team, which included the best players in the ECAC between 2000 and 2010.
After completing his college education ungedraftete the striker was taken for two years by the Boston Bruins of the NHL under contract. This put him in the next two years exclusively in their farm team, the Providence Bruins in the American Hockey League. Trevelyan completed in his rookie season and some games in the ECHL with the Long Beach Ice Dogs, but good performances, he secured a place in the squad immediately Providence's. Ultimately, he came in his first year on 63 missions, in which he scored 28 goals and 53 points. After a somewhat weaker, second AHL season, the Bruins did not renew the contract with Trevelyan, after which he was invited to the training camp of the Anaheim Ducks as a free agent before the 2008/ 09 season. This then took him under contract. The attacker managed as in Boston not make the leap into the NHL squad, but was turned off to the AHL farm team Iowa Chops. With 47 scorer points, he finished the season as top scorer from the team that missed the playoffs this season. Since his contract had expired after just one season, took advantage of the San Jose Sharks a chance and took the winger on July 21, 2009, under the contract. Finally, the well-known for his goalscoring Canadians came in the season 2009/10 at the Worcester Sharks in the AHL to inserts. With 28 goals, he was the most dangerous attacker the Sharks.
Awards and achievements
- 2005 ECAC First All -Star Team
- 2006 ECAC Player of the Year
- 2006 ECAC First All -Star Team
- 2006 NCAA All-American First Team
- 2010 ECAC First All - Decade Team
( 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 )