Chase De Leo



  • DOB: 10/25/1995
  • Ht: 5-10
  • Wt: 186
  • Shoots: L
  • Years on Team: 2
  • Hometown: La Mirada, CA
  • Drafted: 2014 Winnipeg, 4th rd. (99th overall)


  • Appeared in his fourth professional season and first with San Diego…scored 20-35=55 with a +16 rating and 12 PIM in 66 games
  • Led San Diego in assists, shots (173) and games played, co-led in plus/minus, and ranked second in scoring and tied second goals…set new career highs in multiple offensive categories, including goals, assists, points and plus/minus rating
  • Recorded a career-high nine-game point streak from Mar. 13-Apr. 10 (3-10=13)…also had point streaks of eight games (Feb. 1-16; 7-4=11) and six games (Dec. 19-30; 2-5=7) to surpass his previous high of five set with Manitoba from Mar. 31-Apr. 15, 2018 (1-5=6)
  • Had a career high three-game goal streak from Feb. 12-16 (3-1=4) as well as two career-tying five-game assist streaks Mar. 27- Apr. 10 (1-6=7) and Dec. 19-29 (1-5=6)
  • Scored his first career shorthanded goal as part of a two-point game (1-1=2), Apr. 5 vs. ONT
  • Made 16 appearances in the Calder Cup Playoffs, recording 5-0=5 points
  • Became the first Gull to score in each of the first four games to begin a postseason and series, Apr. 24 at San Jose.
  • Scored the fastest goal to open a playoff game in Gulls history 46 seconds into the game, Game 6 of the Pacific Division Finals, May 13 vs. Bakersfield



  • Signed a one-year, two-way contract extension with Anaheim, July 16, 2019
  • Has appeared in three career NHL games with Winnipeg and Anaheim, collecting a +2 rating
  • Has earned 65-97=162 points with 89 PIM in 277 career AHL games with Manitoba and San Diego…has also appeared in 25
  • Calder Cup Playoff contests, earning 7-6=13 points
  • Led the Moose in scoring (2-6=8) and assists in nine games during 2018 Calder Cup Playoffs
  • Made his NHL debut with Winnipeg Mar. 20, 2016 vs. Anaheim, going scoreless in 10:03 TOI
  • Represented Team USA at the 2015 World Junior Championship and helped the Portland Winter Hawks (WHL) to a WHL
  • Championship and an appearance in the Memorial Cup final in 2013
  • Earned 110-141=251 points with a +111 rating in 115 career WHL games with the Portland Winterhawks (2011-15)
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Player Stats

Regular Season
2020-21 Regular SeasonSD251213250106088401.00
2019-20 Regular SeasonSD5110152541603134000.49
2018-19 Regular SeasonSD66203555161221173300.83
2017-18 Regular SeasonMB6912233573120166400.51
2016-17 Regular SeasonMB69141832-221250161100.46
2015-16 Regular SeasonMB73192140-273490191100.55
2019 Calder Cup PlayoffsSD16505-620145100.31
2018 Calder Cup PlayoffsMB9268400026000.89