Louis Leblanc
HEIGHT: 6' 0"
BIRTHDATE: 01/26/1991
BIRTHPLACE: Pointe-Claire, QC, CAN
DRAFTED: MTL: 2009-18 overall
USHL All-Rookie Team (2009) USHL Rookie of the Year (2009) ECAC All-Rookie Team (2010) Traded to Anaheim by Montreal for future consideratins, June 14, 2014. Signed as a free agent by NY Islanders, July 17, 2015.
Appeared in his second NHL season with Montreal in 2013-14, going scoreless with a +1 rating and four PIM in eight games…earned his first recall from Hamilton (AHL) on Oct. 27 and played five games prior to being reassigned to the AHL on Nov. 6…was recalled again on Jan. 20 for a three-game stint (Jan. 22-15)…began the season with Hamilton, collecting 13-15=28 points with 63 PIM in 70 games…set AHL career highs in goals, assists, points and appearances…recorded a career-best four-game point streak (5-3=8) from Oct. 22-Nov. 6, which included his first three-point game on Oct. 22 vs. Rockford (1-2=3)…signed a one-year contract with Anaheim through 2014-15, July 11, 2014……appeared in his second AHL season with Hamilton in 2012-13, earning 10-8=18 points with 53 PIM in 62 games…led the team in shots on net (161), ranked tied for second in goals and tied for third in power-play goals (3)…owned a pair of multi-goal games, including Oct. 19 vs. Toronto (2-0=2) and Feb. 6 @ Toronto (2-0=2)…made his NHL debut with Montreal in 2011-12, leading team rookies in goals (5) and ranking second in scoring (5-5=10) and assists…recorded a career-best 17:20 TOI, Mar. 27 vs. FLA...collected his first career multi-point game (1-1=2) in a 6-2 victory, Dec. 27 @ OTT…scored his first career NHL goal against Sergei Bobrovsky, Dec. 15 vs. PHI…earned his first career NHL point (assist) in a 2-1 win, Dec. 3 @ LA…appeared in his first career NHL game on Nov. 30 @ ANA, logging 7:52 TOI…began the season with Hamilton, scoring 11-11=22 points with 30 PIM in 31 games…represented Canada at the 2011 IIHF World Junior Championship, scoring 3-4=7 points with two PIM in seven games…was named the Ivy League Rookie of the Year and a finalist for ECAC Rookie of the Year with Harvard in 2009-10.