Anaheim Ducks
Anaheim Ducks
Nicolas Kerdiles
HEIGHT: 6' 2"
BIRTHDATE: 01/11/1994
AGE: 22
DRAFTED: ANA: 2012-36 overall
Big Ten Second All-Star Team (2014)
Appeared in his first full AHL season in 2014-15, collecting 9-17=26 points with 43 PIM in 51 games with Norfolk…ranked tied for third among team leaders in PPG (4)…posted a career-high five-game scoring streak (2-3=5), Jan. 21-31…recorded his first career regular-season multi-goal game (2-0=2) to help lead Norfolk to a 3-2 overtime win on Dec. 2 @ Charlotte…appeared in his sophomore season with Wisconsin (Big Ten) in 2013-14, scoring 15-23=38 points with 33 PIM in 28 games…ranked fifth in the nation in points-per-game (1.36) and tied for 11th in assists-per-game (0.82)…among conference leaders, ranked third in scoring and goals, and second in assists en route to being named a 2013-14 Second-Team All-Star…helped lead Wisconsin to the Big Ten title with three points in the championship game, including an assist on the GWG in overtime, Mar. 22 vs. Ohio State…signed a three-year entry-level contract with Anaheim on Apr. 5, 2014…went on to appear in six regular-season AHL games with Norfolk, scoring 1-3=4 points with a +3 rating and two PIM…also made his Calder Cup Playoffs debut in 2014, co-leading the team in goals (3-1=4) while appearing in all 10 games…recorded his first career multi-goal game (2-0=2) to lead Norfolk to a 3-1 win in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals, May 6 @ St. John’s…in his 2012-13 freshman season at Wisconsin (WCHA), collected 11-22=33 points and 37 PIM in 32 contests…helped lead the Badgers to the WCHA Final Five championship and received tournament MVP honors after recording 4-6=10 points in five tournament games…also scored the only goal for the Badgers in their 6-1 loss to Massachusetts-Lowell in the NCAA Northwest Regional Semifinals on Mar. 29…was named the Hockey Commissioners’ Association Division 1 Rookie of the Month for March/April, ranking second in the nation in scoring and leading all rookies with 5-11=16 points in 10 games during that span…finished the season on a 12-game scoring streak (6-13=19), which included seven multi-point games…ranked second on the Badgers in scoring and assists, and third in goals…among WCHA leaders, ranked tied for fifth in rookie scoring…in 2011-12, led the U.S. National U-18 squad with 20-22=42 points in 50 contests…his seven PPG also led the club, while his four GWG ranked second…became the first Anaheim Ducks draft selection who was raised in Orange County (raised in Irvine, born in Lewisville, TX)…won gold with Team USA at both the 2011 and 2012 IIHF U-18 World Junior the 2012 tournament, scored a team high 2-3=5 points in the gold-medal game against Sweden…scored the overtime goal in Team USA’s semifinal game at the 2011 World U-17 Hockey Challenge.