Jeremy Welsh
HEIGHT: 6' 3"
BIRTHDATE: 04/30/1988
DRAFTED: undrafted
ECAC Second All-Star Team (2012) NCAA East Second All-American Team (2012) Signed as a free agent by Carolina, April 5, 2012. Traded to Vancouver by Carolina with Zac Dalpe for Kellan Tochkin and Vancouver's 4th round choice (Josh Wesley) in 2014 Entry Draft, September 29, 2013. Signed as a free agent by St. Louis, July 21, 2014.
2012-13 SEASON
Appeared in his second NHL season with Carolina, earning one assist in five games played… Spent the majority of the season with Charlotte (AHL), totaling 26 points (14g, 12a) and 16 penalty minutes during his rookie AHL season… Ranked tied for fifth among Checkers in goals (14) and sixth in power-play goals (5)… Made his AHL debut at Houston (10/13)… Scored his first two professional goals and points at Peoria (10/27)… Earned his first professional assist at Peoria (10/28)… Made his NHL season debut vs. TB (1/22)… Reassigned to Charlotte on 1/26… Served two additional NHL stints, from 2/18-2/28 and 3/7-3/8… Earned first career NHL point with an assist on Drayson Bowman’s second-period goal vs. MTL (3/7)… Was a healthy extra for five NHL games (1/19, 1/24-1/25, 2/21, 2/24)… Made his professional playoff debut, earning three assists in five Calder Cup playoff games for Charlotte.

Is in his second full professional season, after signing with the Hurricanes as an undrafted free agent following the conclusion of his junior season at Union College (ECAC)… Completed his college career with 53 goals and 47 assists (100 points) in 119 games, helping Union reach its first Frozen Four in school history in 2012… 2007-08: Scored 17 goals and had 35 assists (52 points) in 48 games for the Oakville Blades (OPJHL)… Added 20 points (6g, 14a) in 21 postseason contests… Helped lead the Blades to the Buckland Cup title, Dudley Hewitt Cup championship and Ontario Hockey Association championship… Also participated in the Royal Bank Cup, where he was voted best forward.

2008-09: Served as team captain for the Oakville Blades of the Ontario Junior Hockey League, totaling 36 goals and 47 assists (83 points) in 49 games played… Ranked 12th overall in league scoring… Was third in the league in playoff scoring with 34 points (17g, 17a) in 28 games.

2009-10: Totaled 19 points (10g, 9a) in 39 games during his first season of collegiate hockey at Union College in Schenectady, NY… Was one of two Dutchmen freshmen to skate in all 39 games… Had 10 points (5g, 5a) in 22 league games… Posted his first career college point with a goal against Maine (10/9)… Had his first multi-point effort with a goal and an assist vs. Maine (10/10)… Was named ECAC Hockey Rookie of the Week on 10/12… Earned a pair of assists at Clarkson (11/14)… Netted a goal in Union’s ECAC quarterfinal victory vs. Quinnipiac (3/14).

2010-11: Was second among Union skaters in goals (16) and points (37), earning ECAC Hockey Third Team honors during his sophomore season… Netted eight power-play goals, playing a key role on Union’s nation-leading power play (29.5%)… Skated in all 40 games for the Dutchmen, and totaled 16 points (6g, 10a) in 22 ECAC Hockey games… Had a four-point game (1g, 3a) in the season-opener vs. Sacred Heart (10/8)… Named ECAC Hockey Player of the Week on 10/19… Had his first college hat trick vs. American International (12/10)… Netted a goal in Game 3 of the ECAC Hockey quarterfinals vs. Colgate (3/13).

2011-12: Appeared in his first NHL season with Carolina, playing in one game after signing as a free agent at the conclusion of his college season… Made his NHL debut at FLA (4/7), totaling four penalty minutes in 16:32 of ice time… Recorded 27 goals, 17 assists (44 points) and 47 penalty minutes in 40 games for Union College (ECAC Hockey), ranking first on the team and fourth in the NCAA in goals (27)… His 27 goals were a school record… Was named ECAC Hockey Player of the Month for March, Most Outstanding Player of the ECAC Championship and Most Outstanding Player of the NCAA East Regional in Bridgeport, CT… Also received the William A. Pike Award, presented to a Union College junior male athlete for attitude, ability, participation and achievement in intercollegiate sports… Scored all three Union goals vs. Western Michigan (10/15)… Earned his second of five multi-goal games with two tallies at RIT (10/22)… Netted a pair of goals and added an assist at Michigan (11/27)… Had a three-point game (1g, 2a) vs. Quinnipiac (2/18)… Had nine points (5g, 4a) in eight postseason games for the Dutchmen, including a five-game goal-scoring streak to lead Union to its first ECAC Hockey Championship and first Frozen Four berth in school history… Union was eliminated by Ferris State in the national semifinals.