San Antonio Rampage
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Jake Walman

Birth date: February 20, 1996

Birthplace: Toronto, ON

Shoots: L

Height: 6-1

Weight: 202


2016-17Skated in 15 games - including 8 postseason – with Chicago Wolves and collected 6 points (4G, 2A).Made professional debut on April 1 against Cleveland and scored first goal in second game on April 2 versus Charlotte.Calder Cup Playoffs debut on April 20 against Charlotte and netted first postseason goal on April 21.During junior season at Providence College, appeared in all 39 games for Friars and registered 25 points (7G, 18A).Served as an alternate captain and led all Providence skaters with 146 shots on goal.Named First Team Hockey East All-Star and All-New England All-Star.Earned spot on the CCM All-American Second Team.2015-16Led all NCAA blueliners in goals (13), points per game (1.04), power-play goals (8) and game-winning goals (4).Skated in 27 games – missed 11 contests due to injury – and registered 28 points (13G, 15A) during sophomore season.Became first Providence defenseman to record hat trick since 1991 on Oct. 30 at Colgate College.First Friar to earn CCM First-Team All-American Honors since the 1984-85 campaign.Named First Team Hockey East All-Star and First Team All-New England All-Star2014-15.Played all 41 games for Providence College and nabbed 16 points (G, 15A).His 15 assists led all Friars blueliners and freshmenAveraged a point per game in NCAA Tournament action and was named to NCAA All-East Regional TeamHelped Friars claim first NCAA championship in program history as a freshman2013-14Drafted by St. Louis Blues in the third round, 82nd overall, of the 2014 NHL Draft.Skated for the Toronto Jr. Canadians in the Ontario Junior Hockey League and collected 33 points (7G, 26A) in 43 games.Earned OJHL Top Prospect Award, as selected by NHL Central Scouting, and named OJHL Rookie of the Year.Represented Canada at the 2013 Junior A Challenge in Nova Scotia.Member of the OJHL South-East All-Star Team at the 2013 Central Canada Cup All-Star Challenge and named team MVP. 

Regular Season Stats

Season Team GP G A PTS +/- PIM
2018-19 Regular Season San Antonio Rampage 35 1 4 5 -11 22
2017-18 Regular Season Chicago Wolves 40 2 11 13 -5 14
2017-18 Regular Season Binghamton Devils 19 2 5 7 -2 10
2016-17 Regular Season Chicago Wolves 7 2 1 3 3 2
total 101 7 21 28 -15 48