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Johnny Gaudreau Timeline

The Flames and Gaudreau just agreed to a 6 year deal, reportedly for $40.5 million dollars. Here’s a look at his timeline with the Flames.

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-June 25, 2011: The Flames draft Johnny Gaudreau with 104th pick (Round 4) in the NHL Entry Draft

-September 2011: Gaudreau begins his first year at Boston College

-February 2012: BC wins the Annual Beanpot Tournament by defeating Boston University. Gaudreau is the MVP as a freshman.

-April 7, 2012: BC wins the NCAA Men’s Frozen Four Championship. Johnny Gaudreau scores BC’s third goal of the game.

-January 5, 2013: Gaudreau and Team USA win the World Juniors with a 3-1 victory over Sweden. Gaudreau has 9 points (7 goals, 2 assists) over the course of the tournament.

-February 11, 2013: Gaudreau and Boston College win their second consecutive Beanpot Tournament.

-2013: Gaudreau is named Hockey East Player of The Year, named an ACHA First Team All-American and is a finalist for the Hobey Baker Award, NCAA Hockey Tournament (1st round loss)

-2013-14: Gaudreau ties Hockey East single season scoring record (31 games), Hockey East Player of the Year, Hockey East scoring champion, First Team All Star, NCAA Tournament (lost Frozen Four), Hobey Baker Finalist

-May 2014: Gaudreau plays for the United States in the IIHF World Championships where he scored 2 goals and had 8 assists.

-April 11, 2014: Johnny Gaudreau wins the Hobey Baker Award as the NCAA’s most outstanding hockey player.

-April 11, 2014: After losing to Union in the Frozen Four and receiving his Hobey Baker Award, Gaudreau signs an ELC with the Calgary Flames for 3 years at $5.5 million dollars.

-April 13, 2014: Gaudreau makes his NHL debut in Vancouver against the Canucks and scores his first NHL goal in the second period at 15:52 during a 5-1 loss to end the regular season.

-December 22, 2014: Gaudreau notches his 1st career hat trick during a come from behind, 4-3 win over the LA Kings.

-January 25, 2015: Gaudreau competes in the NHL All Star Weekend Skills Competition.

-January 26, 2015: Gaudreau competes in his first NHL All Star Game as a rookie and grabs 2 assists.

-March 11, 2015: Gaudreau gets his 50th point as a rookie.

-2014-2015: named to the NHL All Rookie Team and finalist for the Calder Memorial Trophy

-2015-16: Gaudreau named to his second NHL All Star Team and is a finalist for the NHL All Star MVP, has his second 50+ (78) point season

-April 2016: Gaudreau’s ELC expires and negotiations begin with the Flames.

-2016: Named to Team North America squad for the World Cup of Hockey.

-September 17, 2016: Gaudreau takes to the ice without a contract to play for Team North America and leads the team with 4 points in 3 games.

-September 22, 2016: Flames open training camp and there’s still no contract between the Flames and Gaudreau.

  • October 10, 2016: Gaudreau and the Flames finally come to terms on a contract for $40.5 million over 6 years.