Future Watch: Warren Foegele Rookie Hockey Cards, Hurricanes
Warren Foegele was drafted by the Carolina Hurricanes with the 67th overall pick in the 2014 NHL Entry Draft. This is one player who’s had a unique journey to the NHL and now he’s making the most of it.
He started this journey in Canadian University playing for St. Andrews college where he wore the “A” for a few seasons.
From there he went to the University of New Hampshire. In 2014-15 he scored 16 points in 34 games. That was a successful jump that few have made.
In 2015-16 he played five games for New Hampshire and then made the jump to the OHL to play for the Kingston Frontenacs. In two full seasons there he had 79 points in 80 games, again building his resume.
For the 2016-17 season, he went from Kingston to Erie. He scored 63 points in 61 games between the two teams. He exploded in the playoffs for Erie with 13 goals and 26 points in 22 games.
In 2017-18 he got rewarded with an ELC and two NHL games. In those two games, he had three points. That officially opened some eyes and then he finished out his first professional season with the Charlotte Checkers in AHL. For them, he had 28 goals and 46 points in 73 games. In eight playoff games, he had three points.
Here’s a look at his two-point game in his NHL debut:
This hard-working, skilled player worked hard in the offseason. He made the Hurricanes out of training camp. Now 22, it’s amazing that he got there but will he stick? In his first four games, he had three goals and an assist. You better start collecting him before he gets any hotter.
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