Nominated for the Calder Trophy (rookie of the year) in 2007 and the Selke Trophy (best defensive forward) in 2010… Played in a Penguins-franchise-record 358 consecutive games including playoffs (328, Ron Schock) from 12/7/06-4/30/10… His 302-game, regular-season, games- played streak ranks second in Penguins history (313, Schock)… Represented Canada at the 2007 IIHF World Championships along with his brother, Eric, earning a pair of assists and winning a gold medal… Earned three points (1g, 2a) and was (+5) in eight games at the 2013 IIHF World Championship for Canada… Was invited to Canada’s orientation camps for the 2010 Olympic Games and the 2014 Olympic Games.
Completed his first season with Peterborough of the Ontario Hockey League (OHL), the same team his brother, Eric, played for in junior hockey… Earned 28 points (9g, 19a) in 66 regular- season games as a 16-year-old for the Petes… Was third on the team in playoff goals with six, totaling 10 points in 14 postseason contests.
Scored 68 points (28g, 40a) in 68 games for Peterborough… Tied for eighth in the OHL in game-winning goals (7)… Selected to play in the 2006 OHL All-Star Game, earning a pair of assists in the contest… Was second among Petes skaters with 10 goals and totaled 16 points (10g, 6a) in 19 playoff games as Peterborough captured the OHL championship… The Petes lost just three of their 19 games en route to the title and a berth in the 2006 Memorial Cup.
Completed his rookie NHL season with the Penguins in his draft year, totaling 42 points (29g, 13a) in 81 games… Ranked second among league rookies in goals (29), trailing only teammate Evgeni Malkin… Established an NHL rookie record with seven shorthanded goals… Also established an NHL record for shooting percentage by a rookie (22.1%), leading all NHL players in that category… Ranked first among Penguins skaters and tied for second among NHL rookies in plus/minus (+16)… Was seventh on the team and sixth among NHL rookies in points (42)… Was a finalist for the Calder Trophy as the league’s top rookie… Named to the NHL’s All-Rookie Team… Made his NHL debut vs. PHI (10/5)… Scored his first NHL goal, a shorthanded tally against Henrik Lundqvist, vs. NYR (10/12)… Scored a pair of shorthanded goals vs. CBJ (10/21) to become the youngest player in NHL history to net two shorthanded goals in a game… One of those two goals was on a penalty shot, as he also became the youngest player to score on a penalty shot… Was the first NHL player since 1982 to score his first three NHL goals shorthanded… Netted his 20th goal of the season vs. PHI (2/8), becoming the third-youngest player in NHL history to reach the 20-goal mark, trailing only Ted Lindsay and Sidney Crosby… Was plus or even in 25 consecutive games from 12/15-2/10… Became the youngest player in NHL history (18 years, 153 days) to record a hat trick when he netted three goals, including the overtime winner, vs. TOR (2/10)… Appeared in his first Stanley Cup playoffs, tying Sidney Crosby for the team lead in playoff goals with three as the Penguins dropped a five-game series to Ottawa… Notched a goal in his playoff debut in Game 1 vs. OTT (4/11), becoming the fifth-youngest player in NHL history to score a playoff goal.
Finished the regular-season with 28 points (12g, 16a) in 82 games, and was tied for third among Penguins skaters in game-winning goals (4)… Scored seven of his last nine goals on the road… Had a season-high three points (2g, 1a) vs. TBL (1/10)… Appeared in all 20 of Pittsburgh’s Stanley Cup playoff games as the Penguins won the Eastern Conference championship before falling to Detroit in the Stanley Cup Final… Was tied for third on the team in playoff goals (6)… Ranked fourth on the team in hits (45) and led Penguins forwards in shorthanded ice time per game (3:16) in the playoffs… Netted the game-winning goal in Game 2 of the conference semifinals vs. NYR (4/27)… Scored two third-period goals in Game 4 vs. PHI (5/15).
Set then-career-highs in assists (27) and points (49), adding 22 goals… Led Penguins forwards and ranked second on the team in shorthanded ice time per game (3:31)… Ended the regular season on a then-career-high, six-game scoring streak (4/1-4/11: 2g, 6a)… Posted his second career hat trick and set a single-game high in points with three goals and an assist at DET (11/11), scoring all three goals in the third period, assisting on the game-winning overtime goal… Netted his 50th career goal at OTT (12/6)… Recorded his first multi-assist game with a pair of helpers vs. NYI (12/11)… At 20 years, 111 days, became the youngest player in NHL history to play in his 200th game (Patrick Marleau – 20 years, 115 days), vs. BOS (12/30)… Earned his 100th career point with an assist vs. SJS (2/11)… Tallied his 50th career assist vs. BOS (3/11)… Totaled nine playoff points (4g, 5a) including a pair of critical goals during the Stanley Cup Final in helping the Penguins capture the 2009 Stanley Cup title… Matched against opposing teams’ top forward combination, he held Philadelphia’s Jeff Carter to one goal in the Penguins six-game, opening-round series against Philadelphia, and brother Eric to one goal in the Eastern Conference Final… Scored a shorthanded goal to tie Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final vs. DET (6/4), with the Penguins trying to avoid a three-games-to-one series deficit… Netted the first goal of the game in Pittsburgh’s Game 5 victory vs. DET (6/9).
Matched his then-career-high with 49 points (21g, 28a), skating in all 82 games for Pittsburgh and establishing his career-high in assists (28)… It marked the third consecutive season in which he played in all 82 games… Led the Penguins with a career-best, plus-19 rating… Also led Pittsburgh in shorthanded ice time per game (3:20)… Was a finalist for the Selke Trophy as the top defensive forward… Voted by his peers as the team’s Player’s Player, an award given to the player that best exemplifies leadership for the team, both on and off the ice… Earned a single-game, career-high three assists at EDM (1/14)… Became the youngest player (21 years, 140 days) in NHL history to appear in 300 games, vs. OTT (1/28)… Skated in 11 Stanley Cup playoff games, totaling three goals and two assists (5 points)… Earned two assists in the series-clinching Game 6 victory at OTT (4/24)… Saw his 358-game (including playoffs) consecutive games streak end when a laceration on his foot sidelined him for two games (5/2-5/4)… Scored the last Penguins’ goal ever at Mellon Arena with a tally in Game 7 vs. MTL (5/12).
Totaled 11 goals and 9 assists (30 points) in a career-low 42 games… Missed the first 40 games of the season due to foot and hand injuries… Was a key part of Pittsburgh’s top-ranked penalty kill (86.1%), the first time in team history that the Penguins led the NHL in that category… Was preparing to return to action from his foot injury when he suffered a fracture in his hand after being struck by a puck during practice on 11/1… Made his season debut in the NHL Winter Classic vs. WSH at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh… Had a season-high, five-game point streak from 2/10-2/20 (3g, 3a)… Played a career-high 29:04 of ice time vs. SJS (2/23)… Had three points (1g, 2a) during the Penguins’ seven-game series loss to Tampa Bay in the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs.
Totaled a career-high 50 points despite appearing in only 62 regular-season games for Pittsburgh… His 25 goals ranked tied for fourth among Penguins skaters and were the most since his rookie campaign in 2006-07 (29)… Ranked second among Penguins forwards in shorthanded minutes per game (2:38)… Was tied for first on the team and fourth in the NHL in shorthanded goals (3)… Was also tied for fourth in the NHL in shorthanded points (5)… Penguins penalty kill ranked in the top five for the second consecutive season (3rd, 87.8%)… Served as an alternate captain for Pittsburgh… Finished second among Penguins forwards in ice time per game (20:03)… Won 51.0 percent of his face-offs, the first time in his career that he was over 50 percent for the season… Had 29 points (10g, 19a) in the final 28 games of the season… Recorded his 200th career NHL point at CGY (10/8)… Scored his 100th career NHL goal vs. NJD (10/22)… Played in his 400th career NHL game vs. CAR (12/27)… Had points in 13 of 14 games from 2/15-3/17 (6g, 11a), including a career-long 10-game point streak from 2/25-3/17 (3g, 10a)… Missed 20 games due to injury (10/29-11/3; 12/10; 12/16-12/16; 1/7-2/7)… Completed his sixth NHL playoff season, leading the Penguins in goals (6) and points (9) during Pittsburgh’s six-game opening round loss to Philadelphia… Netted a pair of goals in Game 3 at PHI (4/15)… Recorded his first career playoff hat trick in Game 4 at PHI (4/18)… Had a goal and an assist in Game 5 vs. PHI (4/20).
Completed his first season with Carolina, ranking third among Hurricanes in assists (21), fourth in points (31) and fifth in goals (10)… Led the team in hits (105)… Was one of three Hurricanes to play in all 48 games… Made his Hurricanes debut and registered a season-high nine hits at FLA (1/19)… Recorded his first Hurricanes point with an assist on Jeff Skinner’s power-play goal vs. TBL (1/22)… Scored his first Hurricanes goal and earned an assist at TOR (2/4)… Had assists and points in five consecutive games, all on the road, from 2/2-2/11 (1g, 5a).
Was one of two Hurricanes to play in all 82 games… Ranked fourth on the team in assists (25), fifth in points (40) and sixth in goals (15)… Led the team in hits (194) for the second consecutive season… Ranked second on the team and 17th in the NHL in faceoff win percentage (54.4%)… Named the winner of the Josef Vasicek Award by the Carolina chapter of the Professional Hockey Writers’ Association (PHWA) for cooperation with the local media (4/10)… Played in his 500th NHL game vs. BOS (11/18)… Earned his 300th NHL point and tied his career high with four points (1g, 3a) vs. TOR (1/9)… Played in his 100th Hurricanes game and scored the game-winning goal vs. CBJ (1/27)… Recorded multi-point performances in three consecutive regular-season games for the first time in his career (3/8-3/13: 1g, 5a).
Ranked tied for sixth on the team in assists (18) and eighth in points (24) in 46 games played… Was first on the team and eighth in the NHL in faceoff win percentage (56.4%)… Ranked fourth among Carolina forwards with 85 hits… Selected by his teammates as the winner of the Steve Chiasson Award, given to the player that best exemplifies determination and dedication… Suffered a broken right fibula in a preseason game against Buffalo (9/23)… Underwent surgery on 9/26, and missed the first 36 games of the season… Prior to missing the Hurricanes’ opener vs. NYI (10/10), had played in all 130 Hurricanes games since his acquisition on 6/22/12… Made his season debut and recorded an assist at MTL (12/29)… Went 20-for-23 (87.0%) on the draw against the Oilers (3/8), marking the highest single-game faceoff-win percentage by a Hurricanes player (minimum 10 faceoffs) since Rod Brind’Amour on 1/11/07 (90.5%).
Ranked tied for second on the team in points (48) and was tied for first in assists (28)… Led Carolina and ranked tied for fourth in the NHL in overtime goals (3)… Was second on the team in power-play goals (6)… Ranked first among all Hurricanes with 165 hits and four multi-assist games… Named team MVP by the Carolina chapter of the Professional Hockey Writers Association… Was first on the team and fourth in the NHL in faceoff win percentage (57.8%)… Was one of three Hurricanes to appear in all 82 games… Earned his 100th Hurricanes point (assist) vs. OTT (11/7)… Played his 200th Hurricanes game at NYR (11/30)… Earned his 200th NHL assist vs. WSH (12/31)…Had a Hurricanes-career-long, six-game point streak from 2/13-2/23 (4g, 4a).
Established a new career-high in assists (29), and ranked tied for third among Hurricanes in points (45)… Led the team with a career-high 59.1% faceoff win- percentage (min. 50 faceoffs)… Ranked fifth in the NHL in face-off percentage (min. 100 face-offs)… Led Hurricanes forwards in time on ice per game (18:39) and ranked second on the team with 11 multi-point games and 139 hits… Nominated by his teammates for the King Clancy Trophy… Played his 700th NHL game vs. NJD (11/6)… Matched his career-high with a four-point game (1g, 3a) and registered his 400th NHL point vs. WSH (11/12)… Suffered a concussion against FLA (11/27) and missed the following seven games… Scored a goal, notched an assist and won 10 of 15 faceoffs in his first game back from injury vs. VAN (12/13)… Earned two assists, including his 100th Hurricanes assist at STL (1/5)… Notched an assist and was (+2) in his 300th Hurricanes game vs. PHI (1/31).
Registered 46 points (19g, 27a) in 79 games with the Hurricanes… Named co-captain prior to the season… Was selected as the winner of the Steve Chiasson Award and the Josef Vasicek Award… Selected as the Hurricanes’ nominee for the 2017-18 Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy by the Carolina chapter of the PHWA and was named one of the League’s three finalists for the award… Ranked sixth in the NHL in faceoff win percentage (56.6%, min. 1,000 faceoffs)… Recorded a career high in power-play points (12)… Led the team in hits (181) and shorthanded goals (2)… Ranked fourth on the team in goals, tied for fourth in multi-point games (8) and fifth in points and assists… Led Hurricanes forwards in time on ice per game (19:15)… Recorded his fourth career four-point game (1g, 3a) at EDM (10/17), including an even-strength, shorthanded and power-play point… Scored two goals, including the
game-winning goal, at CBJ (11/10)… Earned a career-high four assists vs. DAL (11/13), including his 200th Hurricanes point… Tallied two assists at NYI (11/16)… Earned two points (1g, 1a) at BUF (12/15)… Scored a power-play goal vs. BUF (12/23)… Played in his 800th NHL game vs. MTL (12/27)… Scored a power-play goal at BOS (1/6)… Scored his second shorthanded goal of the season at WSH (1/11)… Tallied two points (1g, 1a) vs. WSH (1/12), including his 200th NHL goal… Scored a power-play goal at MTL (1/25)… Logged a season-high 23:43 of ice time vs. PHI (2/6)… Missed three games due to personal reasons (2/23-2/27)… Played in his 400th Hurricanes game vs. BOS (3/13)… Recorded two points (1g, 1a) vs. PHI (3/17)… Registered two points (1g, 1a) at OTT
Completed his 13th NHL season and seventh with Carolina…Served as alternate captain… Tallied 28 points (11g, 17a) in 50 games… Missed 32 games due to injury… Led the Hurricanes and finished 12th in the NHL in faceoff percentage (55.8%)… Won at least half of his faceoffs in 35 of 50 games played… Scored the game-tying goal with 1:35 remaining vs. NYI (10/4)… Posted three points (1g, 2a) vs. NYR (10/7)… Scored a goal in three straight games from 10/7-10/13 (3g, 2a)… Tallied two assists vs. TOR (11/21)… Logged a season-high 24:21 TOI at LAK (12/2)… Returned to the lineup with an assist after missing 32 of 34 games at DAL (2/23)… Registered a four-game point streak from 2/23-3/2 (1g, 5a)… Recorded three assists vs. LAK (2/26)… Recorded 500th career NHL point with a goal vs. BUF (3/16)… Posted two points (1g, 1a) vs. TBL (3/21)… Tallied two points (1g, 1a) vs. MIN (3/23)… Registered a three-game point streak from 3/21-3/24 (2g, 3a)… Posted two points (1g, 1a) at TOR (4/2)… Recorded two points (1g, 1a) at PHI (4/6)… Recorded 10 points (4g, 6a) in 15 postseason games, setting playoff career highs in assists, points and game-winning goals (2)… Ranked tied for third on the team in playoff points… Ranked tied for fifth in the NHL in faceoff win percentage (51.8%) during the postseason… Made his Hurricanes playoff debut in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference First Round at WSH (4/11)… Scored a goal in Game 2 at WSH (4/13)… Tallied two assists in Game 3 vs. WSH (4/15), marking his second career multi-assist postseason game (4/24/2010 at OTT:2a)… Recorded two points (1g, 1a), including the game-winning goal, in Game 6 vs. WSH (4/22), marking his ninth career multi-point postseason game… Scored the game-tying goal in the third period to force overtime in Game 7 at WSH (4/24)… Scored the game-winning goal in overtime in Game 1 of the Second Round at NYI (4/26), marking his first career postseason overtime goal and fourth career postseason game-winning goal… Earned an assist in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Final at BOS (5/9) to extend his assist streak to three games (5/1-5/9: 3a).
Completed his 14th NHL season and eighth with the Hurricanes… Registered 27 points (8g, 19a) in 68 games… Named captain prior to the season… Ranked 10th in the NHL in faceoffs (1,284)… Led the Hurricanes in faceoff win percentage (54.4%) and hits (149)… Ranked second among Carolina forwards in shorthanded time on ice per game (2:21)… Earned two points (1g, 1a) at FLA (10/8)… Played in his 900th NHL game at LAK (10/15), becoming the third member of the 2006 NHL Draft class to appear in 900 career NHL games (Phil Kessel, Nicklas Backstrom)… Scored a power-play goal vs. CHI (10/26)… Scored 100th career Hurricanes goal at BUF (11/14), becoming the 17th skater in franchise history to score 100 career Hurricanes goals… Jordan and his brother, Eric (322 goals), are the ninth pair of brothers in NHL history to each score at least 100 goals with the same franchise… Logged a season-high 21:35 of ice time at TBL (11/30)… Recorded 300th career NHL assist at EDM (12/10)… Scored two goals at WPG (12/17) and recorded a career-high 10 shots… Played in his 500th career Hurricanes game at NYR (12/27), becoming the 11th player in franchise history (since relocation) to reach 500 games played… Scored a goal vs. WSH (1/3)… Scored a goal at CBJ (1/16)… Scored a goal at NSH (2/18)… Earned two assists at PIT (3/8), passing Jeff O’Neill (183) for the eighth- most assists in team history (since relocation)… Skated in eight playoff games… Led team in playoff hits (31) and faceoff win percentage (53.8%).
Completed his 15th NHL season and ninth with the Hurricanes… Posted 38 points (16g, 22a) in 53 games… Selected as the winner of the Steve Chiasson Award… Selected as the Hurricanes’ nominee for the 2020-21 Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy by the Carolina chapter of the PHWA… Ranked fourth on the team in goals, sixth in assists and sixth in points… Tied for first on team with career-high seven power-play goals and tied for second with four game-winning goals… Led the team and ranked fifth in the NHL in faceoff win percentage (58.0, min. 600 faceoffs)… Posted a four-game assist/point streak from 1/28-2/2 (1g, 5a), including two points (1g, 1a) vs. DAL (1/31) and two assists at CHI (2/2)… Earned three points (1g, 2a) at CBJ (2/7)… Posted two points (1g, 1a), including 300th Hurricanes point (goal), at DAL (2/11)… Scored two goals vs. CBJ (2/15)… Tallied two assists at NSH (3/2)… Recorded three points (1g, 2a), including the game-winning goal, vs. DET (3/4)… Scored two goals, including the OT GWG, vs. NSH (3/9)… Won 85.7% of his faceoffs at CHI (3/30), marking his highest single-game faceoff percentage since 2017-18… Registered two assists, including 200th Hurricanes assist, at CHI (4/1)… Scored two goals, including the GWG, at FLA (4/6)… Tallied an assist in 1,000th career NHL game vs. DET (4/12)… Recorded eight points (5g, 3a) in 11 playoff games… Ranked tied with Josh Anderson (MTL) and Brad Marchand (BOS) for the league lead in playoff overtime goals (2), tying Niclas Wallin for the most in franchise history (3)… Led the team in playoff faceoff win percentage (58.4%)… Scored two goals in Game 1 of the Central Division First Round vs. NSH (5/17)… Posted a three-game point streak from 5/21-5/25 (2g, 1a)… Played 100th career NHL postseason game in Game 3 at NSH (5/23)… Scored the overtime game-winning goal in Game 5 vs. NSH (5/25)… Posted a three-game point streak from 6/1-6/5 (1g, 2a), including the overtime game-winning goal in Game 3 of the Central Division Second Round at TBL (6/3).
Is in his 16th NHL season and 10th with Carolina… Registered 36 points (17g, 19a) in 78 games… Led the team in faceoff win percentage (57.4%) and ranked tied for sixth in goals… Registered a team- and career-high 212 hits… Posted four multi-goal games, the third-most of any Hurricanes player… Opened the season with four points in four games (10/14-10/23: 1g, 3a), including two points (1g, 1a) at CBJ (10/23)… Played his 600th Hurricanes game at SJS (11/22), becoming the ninth player to reach the milestone with the franchise… Missed two games while in COVID-19 protocol (12/16-12/18)… Posted a three-game point streak from 2/20-2/25 (2g, 1a), including the game-winning goal vs. CBJ (2/25)… Scored two goals vs. PIT (3/4)… Joined his brothers Eric and Marc as the first trio of brothers in NHL history to each skate in 1,000 career games when Marc reached the milestone with DET on 3/12… Recorded 10 points in seven games from 4/5-4/16 (8g, 2a), including three multi-goal games… Tallied two assists, including his 600th career NHL point, at BUF (4/5)… Scored three goals vs. ANA (4/10) for his third career regular-season hat trick and first with Carolina… Previous hat trick came on 11/11/08, marking the longest span between regular-season hat tricks by any player in NHL history (4,898 days)… Missed one game due to an upper-body injury (4/18)… Added six points (1g, 5a) in 14 playoff games… Led the team in faceoff win percentage (59.8%) and ranked second in hits (51) during the postseason… Tallied two points (1g, 1a) in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference First Round at BOS (5/8)… Recorded the first shorthanded assist of his NHL playoff career in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Second Round vs. NYR (5/26)… Longest goal streak: 2 games (4/10-4/12: 4g)… Longest assist streak: 2 games-3x (last: 2/8-2/10: 2a)… Longest point streak: 3 games (2/20-2/25: 2g, 1a)… Multi-goal games: 4 (last: 4/16 at COL: 2g)… Multi-assist games: 1 (4/5 at BUF: 2a)… Multi-point games: 7 (last: 4/16 at COL).
Tallied 34 points (17g, 17a) in 81 games with Carolina… Led team in hits (155) and ranked third in blocked shots among Hurricanes forwards (39)… Won a career-high 821 faceoffs (821-for-1,474: 55.7%), joining Paul Stastny and Patrice Bergeron as one of three players to stay above 54.0% in each of the last 10 seasons (2013-23)… Won the third-most shorthanded faceoffs (143) and the fifth-most defensive zone faceoffs (326) of any NHL skater… Tallied two points (1g, 1a) in his 1,100th career NHL game at PHI (10/29)… Posted a three-game goal/point streak from 11/10-11/14 (3g, 1a), with two points (1g, 1a) at CHI (11/14)… Posted a five-game point streak from 12/18-12/27 (3g, 5a), with a three-game goal/point streak from 12/18-12/22 (3g, 1a)… Scored back-to-back game-winning goals vs. PIT (12/18) and NJD (12/20), with three points (2g, 1a) in those contests… Earned three assists vs. PHI (12/23) for his only multi-point game of the season… Scored a goal in his 700th Hurricanes game vs. NSH (1/5)… Found the scoresheet in seven of nine games from 1/21-2/16 (4g, 4a), with two points (1g, 1a) at NYI (1/21)… Scored his first shorthanded goal since 2017-18 vs. BOS (1/29)… Played his 730th Hurricanes game vs. NYR (3/23), passing Glen Wesley for the second-most games played in team history (since relocation).