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Jonathan Drouin | Winger | #27

Team: Tampa Bay Lightning
Age / DOB:  (21) / 3/28/1995
Ht / Wt:  5'11' / 188
Drafted: 2013 / Rd. 1 (3) / TB
Contract: view contract details

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Jonathan Drouin scored a goal and an assist in Thursday's 6-4 win over the Detroit Red Wings.
Coming into this season, Drouin was one of the top breakout candidates and he didn't disappoint in Tampa's regular season opener. The 21-year-old got the Lightning on the board with his power play goal at the 7:23 mark of the second period. He also picked up the primary assist on Alex Killorn's power play goal in the third frame. Drouin finished the game with five shots on goal and a blocked shot in 18:58 of ice time. Cedric Paquette, Brian Boyle, Tyler Johnson and Valtteri Filppula also scored for the Bolts. Oct 13 - 11:15 PM

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Jonathan Drouin is projected to open the 2016-17 campaign on the Lightning's top line.

After he went through a campaign of extreme ups and downs, it will be interesting to see how this season goes for Drouin. It certainly looks like he's opening the campaign in an ideal position, but of course things can change quickly.
Oct 13 - 12:58 PM

They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day, sometimes because it helps reconcile relationships.

As coach Jon Cooper paraphrased to Joe Smith, "'This is what I believed when I was doing things, but now, listening to you, maybe there were some things I shouldn't have done. Now that I look back, maybe I was wrong.' And vice versa." Suffice it to say that neither coach nor player divulged intimate details of their conversation that dates back to April 9th, or just before Tampa Bay's season finale. A fantastic fact given how Tampa and Jonathan Drouin's postseason went. The 21-year-old is a restricted free agent after the season and the Lightning are already feeling the cap crunch with Nikita Kucherov, so Drouin's timeline in Tampa is far from set in stone. But don't be surprised if they don't come to an agreement, anyway.
Source: Joe Smith
Oct 9 - 12:37 PM

Jonathan Drouin seems to be picking up where he left off in last season's playoffs with a strong effort against the Predators Saturday night.

Drouin was dangerous almost every shift he played. The talented 21-year-old picked up an assist in the 4-3 loss to Nashville. Drouin is almost assured a spot on one of Tampa's top-two lines and is poised for a breakout season. Draft him accordingly.
Oct 2 - 11:18 AM

Jonathan Drouin knows he has to be better after he didn't get much ice time on Monday against Russia.

"It's up to me to be better," Drouin said after logging 9:59 of action. "We have such a good team, so when things weren't really rolling, coach shortened the bench. I just have to be better." Only Dylan Larkin played less (5:33) in the contest. Drouin joined the fourth line at Tuesday's practice alongside Jack Eichel and J.T. Miller.
Sep 20 - 4:49 PM

Jonathan Drouin skated alongside Connor McDavid and Mark Scheifele during Team North America's first practice for the World Cup of Hockey.

He is viewing the tournament as another opportunity to prove himself just like he did when he came up from the minors late in the season and lit it up in the 2016 Stanley Cup playoffs. "I was a little shocked and surprised, the way my year went, to be called at the end of the season," Drouin admitted. "I was definitely happy. I take it as a challenge."
Sep 6 - 8:53 AM

Lightning coach Jon Cooper believes Jonathan Drouin will be a dominant player in the NHL.

Drouin had an up and down season in 2015-16. He was demoted to the AHL before requesting a trade and then going back home when he didn't get his wish. But a strong playoff performance restored the Lightning's faith in him. "Jonathan Drouin always had the talent, he just had to find his way through the mental aspect of the game," said Cooper. "When he figured that, the sky became the limit for this kid. I think if this was a situation where we were giving up on Jonathan Drouin then Steve probably would have traded him, but there is too much in that player." It sure seems like Drouin is ready to have a breakout season.
Aug 16 - 10:50 PM

Jonathan Drouin’s trade request has officially been withdrawn.

The whirlwind season for Drouin finished on a high note, and it was clear he’d become an integral part of the Lightning. He alluded to it at the end of the season, too. His agent confirmed that in an email to ESPN. "As Jo said at the end of the season, he wants to be back in Tampa next year," agent Allen Walsh said. "It's a tight-knit group, and going forward, he's happy being part of it." Drouin had 10 points in 21 regular season games, and 14 points in 17 games in the playoffs.
Jun 18 - 8:38 PM

Jonathan Drouin wants to be back with the Lightning next season.

"I definitely want to be here," Drouin said. "I love the way this ended, I guess, with this different and weird year. ... It's definitely somewhere I want to play." Drouin had a strong finish to the season when he scored in two straight games prior to the playoffs. In the postseason, he registered five goals and 14 points in 17 outings. "He makes us a better team. It's as simple as that," GM Steve Yzerman said. "What he showed me, I think the best thing for this team right now is Jonathan Drouin on it."
May 28 - 11:49 AM

It doesn't sound like the Lightning will be trading Jonathan Drouin and that shouldn't come as a surprise.

GM Steve Yzerman indicated that Drouin would be back with the team next season. "I think the best thing for our team is for Jonathan Drouin is on it," said Yzerman. It appears as though the two sides have mended fences since Drouin requested a trade back in November. He was demoted to the minors and later suspended for walking away from the team, but he was reinstated after Steven Stamkos was injured and played great for the Lightning. The 21-year-old forward excelled in the playoffs with 14 points in 17 games.
May 27 - 5:31 PM

Jonathan Drouin scored his fifth and final goal of the playoffs on Thursday night, as the Lightning were eliminated with a 2-1 loss in Game 7 to the Pittsburgh Penguins.

Drouin was nothing short of terrific for the Bolts in the postseason. He overcame all sorts of adversity throughout the year, which included long stints in the American Hockey League and under suspension, but Drouin became a crucial part of Tampa Bay's success. He notched 14 points in 17 games to help the Bolts come within one win of another trip to the Stanley Cup Final. It will certainly be interesting to see what Lightning GM Steve Yzerman does with this young, budding star this off-season.
May 26 - 11:08 PM

Jonathan Drouin registered an assist in the Lightning's 5-2 loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins on Tuesday.

Drouin has four goals and 13 points in 16 contests in the 2016 playoffs. Regardless of what happens for Tampa Bay in Game 7, this postseason run has been a great way for Drouin to help re-establish himself after a drama-filled season. It remains to be seen if he'll still want to be traded over the summer, but at the very least he'll have made the Lightning's job of moving him for a decent price a little easier.
May 25 - 10:14 AM

Jonathan Drouin scored one of the Tampa Bay Lightning's goals in a 3-2, overtime loss to the Penguins in Pittsburgh Monday night.

The best-of-seven, Eastern Conference final is now tied at 1-1, with Game 3 going in Tampa Bay Wednesday night. Drouin's goal, his third of the postseason, tied the game 2-2 at 19:10 of the first period. Anton Stralman cut the Pens' lead to 2-1 with his first goal of the playoffs at 16:37 of the first period.
May 17 - 12:17 AM

Jonathan Drouin has been an integral part of the Lightning’s offense in the playoffs.

The best move for Tampa Bay general manager Steve Yzerman was holding onto Drouin, who has been a difference maker in the playoffs. Drouin had a goal in Game 1 of the conference final, and he now has two goals and 10 points in 11 games. For the advanced-stats types, Drouin has been a positive possession player, too, with nearly a 53% Corsi, per
May 14 - 7:21 PM

Jonathan Drouin was knocked out of Tuesday's game early in the second period by a thunderous hit from Islanders defenseman Thomas Hickey, but he returned midway through the third.

Drouin picked up an assist on Nikita Kucherov's game-tying goal with 38.4 seconds left in regulation and the Lightning won Game 3 in overtime by a score of 5-4. He finished the match with 14:33 of ice time.
May 4 - 9:52 AM

Depth Charts

All Positions
C1Steven Stamkos
2Tyler Johnson
3Valtteri Filppula
4Brian Boyle
LW1Ondrej Palat
2Alex Killorn
3Vladislav Namestnikov
4Jonathan Drouin
5Cedric Paquette
RW1Nikita Kucherov
2Ryan Callahan
3Brayden Point
4J.T. Brown
D1Victor Hedman
2Anton Stralman
3Jason Garrison
4Braydon Coburn
5Nikita Nesterov
6Andrej Sustr
7Matt Taormina
G1Ben Bishop
2Andrei Vasilevskiy