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BIOGRAPHY

LOGAN COUTURE

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San Jose Sharks  ( Seven Seasons)

 

NUMBER: 39

HEIGHT: 6' 1"

WEIGHT: 200

SHOOTS: LEFT

BORN: MAR 28, 1989  (AGE 27)

BIRTHPLACE: GUELPH, ON, CANADA

NHL HIGHLIGHTS

Although he was born in Guelph, Ontario, Couture spent most of his youth growing up in Birr, near London, Ontario. He attended Prince Andrew Public School and then went on to attend A.B.Lucas Secondary School.Growing up, Logan was a Buffalo Sabres and a Dominik Hašek fan. Logan was an exceptional athlete excelling specifically in hockey, lacrosse and baseball, where he was a two-time Honda Canada/Toronto Blue Jays "hit-run-throw" contest Canadian national champion in his age group. Logan decided at age 13 to drop the pursuit of baseball for the game of hockey. He started playing minor hockey with the Lucan Irish (DD) of the OMHA's Southwestern Ontario League.He then moved to London and played three years with the 'AAA' London Junior Knights of the Minor Hockey Alliance League, where he was a teammate of current Los Angeles Kings defenceman Drew Doughty. After his Bantam year with the Jr. Knights, Couture signed with the Junior B St. Thomas Stars

In May 2005, Couture was drafted by the Ottawa 67's 12th overall in the 2005 OHL Priority Draft. Couture went on to score at a near point-per-game pace as a rookie with 64 points in 65 games in 2005–06. Couture was also selected to play for the Eastern Conference in the 2007 OHL All-Star Game, winning the shooting accuracy competition.  After completing his second OHL season, where he improved to 78 points in 54 games, Couture was drafted ninth overall by the San Jose Sharks in the 2007 NHL Entry Draft. Next season, in 2008–09, he finished in ninth place in league scoring with 39 goals and 48 assists for 87 points in 62 games. He also appeared in the 2009 OHL All-Star Game.

On October 25, 2009, Couture made his NHL debut for the San Jose Sharks against the Philadelphia Flyers. He scored his first NHL goal on November 5, 2009, against Chris Osgood of the Detroit Red Wings.Couture played his first full season with the Sharks in 2010–11 and finished with 32 goals (second among rookies) and 56 points (also second). He earned a nomination for the Calder Memorial Trophy for these achievements.

 

 

  • All-time NHL leader in rookie-season road game-winning-goals scored – 7
  • San Jose Sharks franchise leader in rookie-season goals scored – 32
  • First San Jose Shark to record 30 goals in his first two NHL seasons
  • 2nd in 2010–11 NHL season rookie goals scored – 32
  • 2nd in 2010–11 NHL season rookie points scored – 56
  • Led entire NHL in points during the 2016 Stanley Cup Playoffs – 30

AWARDS and ACcpomplishments

  • Named to the OHL All-Star Game in 2007, 2008* and 2009.
  • Named OHL Player of the Week on March 16, 2009
  • Named NHL Rookie of the Month – December 2010
  • NHL Rookie All-Star team captain – 2010–11
  • Calder Memorial Trophy Finalist – 2010–11
  • Named to NHL All-Star Game – 2011-12
  • Western conference champion - 2015-16
  • Team Canada Member - World Championships 2016-17
  • Team Canada World Champions 2016-17

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Logan Couture Charities for Brain Research

 

 The World Health Organization estimated that neurological disorders of all sorts affect up to one billion people worldwide. In fact, neurological diseases make up 11 percent of the world’s disease burden, not including mental health and addiction disorders.

 

Given such staggering numbers, brain injuries and diseases of the brain affect all of us in some way…family, friends, teammates and especially children.

The LC39 Charities for Brain Research will be providing much needed funding for numerous areas of brain research including; sport concussion, brain cancers, Alzheimer’s and dementia, and many others.

 

I will be announcing some exciting events to help raise funds for these very worthy causes, so please check back soon!

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