Troy Terry

RW

#13

  • DOB: 9/10/1997
  • Ht: 6-1
  • Wt: 178
  • Shoots: R
  • Years on Team: 1
  • School: University of Denver
  • Hometown: Denver, CO
  • Drafted: ANA 5th rd., 148th in 2015

2018-19

  • Split his first professional season between the Anaheim Ducks and San Diego...scored 4-9=13 points with a +8 rating and two PIM in 32 NHL games with Anaheim
  • Scored his first NHL goal as part of a two-point game (1-1=2), his first NHL points, Jan. 19 at New Jersey
  • Became the first Anaheim rookie in club history to record back-to-back three-point games Mar. 6-8 (1-5=6) and the first NHL rookie to do so since Mathew Barzal of the NY Islanders from Jan. 13-15, 2018 (3-5=8)
  • Was the first Anaheim rookie to record three assists in a game since Cam Fowler Jan. 7, 2011 vs. Columbus
  • Scored 16-25=41 points with a +1 rating and four PIM in 41 games with San Diego…ranked third among team leaders in scoring and assists…led Gulls rookies in assists, co-led in points and ranked second in goals
  • Set a Gulls club-record 11-game point streak to begin his AHL career from Oct. 19-Nov. 23 (7-9=16)…the point streak set a club record to surpass the previous mark (nine) set by C. Tropp and N. Kerdiles
  • Also recorded a nine-game point streak from Dec. 8-30 (4-8=12)…was one of two AHL players to have two point streaks of nine games or more
  • Recorded a four-game goal streak from Nov. 9-21 (4-2=6), the longest goal streak by a Gulls rookie.
  • Earned assists in each of his first six AHL games from Oct. 19-Nov. 7 (3-6=9), tying the club rookie mark for consecutive games with an assist (also S. Theodore and K. Kossila)
  • Missed the final three regular-season games with Anaheim due to a leg fracture

 

CAREER

  • Signed a three-year entry-level contract with Anaheim through the 2019-20 season, Mar. 26, 2018
  • Has recorded 4-9=13 points with a +8 rating in 34 career NHL games with Anaheim…made his NHL debut with the Ducks Mar. 27, 2018 at Vancouver, going scoreless with one shot in 7:55 TOI
  • Recorded five assists (0-5=5) in five games for Team USA at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea…ranked fifth among skaters in the Olympics in assists and second on Team USA in points
  • Scored 45-70=115 points with a +56 rating in 115 games in three seasons at Denver University (2015-18)…helped lead Denver to the 2017 NCAA National Championship and two straight NCHC Conference Championship in 2017 and 2018
  • Was nominated as a candidate for the 2018 Hobey Baker Award, was named to the NCAA First All-American Team in 2017-18 and named to the All-Frozen Four Team in 2016-17
  • Helped lead Team USA to gold at the 2017 World Junior Championship…went 4-for-4 in shootouts with game-deciding goals against Canada (Final) and Russia (Semifinals) during the World Juniors
  • Won gold with Team USA at the 2015 U-18 World Championship with 3-2=5 points in seven games…contributed 4-1=5 points to help the U.S. to bronze at the 2014 U-18 Ivan Hlinka Memorial Cup…won the U-17 Five Nations Tournament in Slovakia as a member of the
  • U.S. U-17 Select Team
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