Brendan Shinnimin
HEIGHT: 5' 10"
BIRTHDATE: 01/07/1991
DRAFTED: undrafted
2014-15: Skated in 12 games with the Coyotes, recording one assist…Made his NHL debut vs. Calgary on Nov. 29…Registered his first career NHL point (assist) against Columbus on Feb. 3….Totaled 22-25-47 in 64 games with Portland (AHL)…Ranked second on the team in points and goals…His 22 goals, 25 assists and 47 points were AHL career highs…Registered a six-game point streak (2-4-6) from Jan. 7-17…Posted a five-game point streak (4-1-5) from Feb. 28 – Mar. 14…Collected 2-4-6 in five playoff games with Portland…Led the team in playoff points…Had a three-game playoff point streak against Manchester (1-3-4) from Apr. 23-26. ...2013-14: Skated in 52 games with Portland, recording 13-15-28 and 31 PIM…His 13 goals were a then AHL career high…Tallied three two-goal games…2012-13: Made his AHL debut and played in 74 games with Portland, recording 12-21-33 and 77 PIM…Led the Pirates in games played…Scored his first professional goal on Oct. 20 at Manchester…Recorded his first professional multi-point game (1-2-3) on Nov. 2 vs. St. John’s…Made his professional postseason debut, collecting 0-1-1 in one game…2011-12: Appeared in 69 games with Tri-City (WHL), recording 58-76-134…Set career highs in goals (58), assists (76), points (134) and plus-minus (plus-45)…Finished second among all WHL players in goals (58) and third in assists (76)…Scored 21 power play goals and seven shorthanded goals…His 134 points marks the highest point total for a WHL player since Pavel Brendl (Calgary) recorded 134 points during the 1998-99 season…Recorded points in 60 of 69 games…Finished the regular season on a 23-game point streak…Totaled 39 multi-point games…CHL and WHL Player of the Month (Feb), leading all scorers by producing an unprecedented 20-23-43 in 14 games…Bob Clarke Trophy Winner (WHL’s leading regular season scorer)…Canadian Hockey League (CHL) Player of the Year…Also won the CHL’s Top Scorer of the Year award - He is the first player to win both awards in the same year since Alexander Radulov in 2006, and Sidney Crosby in 2005…Produced 7-16-23, including three game-winning goals in 14 postseason games…Named the American’s Playoff Most Valuable Player…Finished his career as the Americans’ all-time leading postseason scorer (19-45-64)…2010-11: Appeared in 60 games with Tri-City, registering 34-62-96…Produced 4-7-11 in 10 WHL playoff games…2009-10: Appeared in 70 games with Tri-City, recording 27-55-82…In 22 postseason games, registered 8-17-25…2008-09: Played in 64 games in his first season with Tri-City…Notched 12-13-25…Collected five assists in 11 postseason contests…2007-08: Appeared in 51 games from Selkirk (MJHL), recording 7-19-26 and 38 PIM…Played four games with Tri-City.