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Josh Jooris | Winger

Team: Calgary Flames
Age / DOB:  (24) / 7/14/1990
Ht / Wt:  6'0' / 180
College: Union College

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Josh Jooris is tied for third place in the NHL's rookie goal scoring race.
Jooris climbed up the list by scoring a hat trick on Tuesday. "You dream to score your first goal in the NHL. You dream to be here, first of all," Jooris said. "To score a hat-trick, that's just an added bonus." Jooris also has four assists, giving him 12 points in 19 games. Dec 3 - 9:41 AM
Source: Calgary Sun

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Josh Jooris gets the hat-trick in Calgary's 5-2 win over Arizona on Tuesday.

Jooris scored the Flames' second and third goals and added the empty netter to get the hat-trick. Jooris was playing on a line with Jiri Hudler and Johnny Gaudreau and needless to say it clicked. Jooris was one of four Calgary players to pick up multiple points as Curtis Glencross, Dennis Wideman, Hudler and Gaudrau all recorded two assists. David Jones and Sean Monahan provided the other scoring.

Josh Jooris had a goal and an assist on Saturday.

Jooris has been a pleasant surprise for the Flames this season as he wasn't really expected to make the team after a 27 point effort in 73 AHL games last season, his first as a professional after finishing his college career at Union. But he has four goals and seven points in 11 NHL games this season. Maybe the AHL wasn't for him.
Source: Calgary Sun
Nov 16 - 4:24 AM

Josh Jooris scored two goals in Calgary's 6-2 win in Montreal on Sunday night.

Jooris opened the scoring in the first period and also scored the Flames' fifth goal of the game. The 24-year-old now has three goals and four points in six games this season. The numbers may look good, but he doesn't get enough ice-time to keep producing at that level.
Nov 2 - 10:09 PM

Josh Jooris is expected to be back in the Calgary lineup on Sunday after being a healthy scratch on Friday.

Jooris was forced to watch the game from the press box as coach Bob Hartley benched him. "There’s peaks and valleys in a season, and I’m learning that right now," Jooris said. "It’s a long season here and I’m a young guy and this is my first little taste of the NHL, so I don’t look at it as a negative at all. Obviously, you want to be in the lineup and contributing every night, but at the same time, maybe you need some time up top, just to see what you’re up against and see little things you can pick up on. I’m definitely keeping things positive." At this time Jooris is not worth rostering on your fantasy squad.
Source: Calgary Sun
Nov 2 - 3:43 AM

Josh Jooris (upper body) returned to action on Tuesday October 21.

Jooris wasn't available for Sunday's game. He finished Tuesday's contest with a minus-two rating and logged 17:11 minutes of ice time.
Oct 22 - 1:47 AM

Josh Jooris has sustained an upper-body injury.

The Flames hope to know more about his status on Monday. He has a goal in one game with Calgary in 2014-15.
Source: Calgary Sun
Oct 20 - 8:05 AM

Josh Jooris scored his first NHL goal on Friday.

Jooris showed his speed after taking a pass from Mark Giordano as he pulled away from the Columbus defense before beating Sergei Bobrovsky on the glove side to pu the Flames within one goal. Jooris was undrafted and signed by the FLames out of Union College. He's not much of a point-getter but the Flames love his tenacity and speed.
Source: Calgary Sun
Oct 18 - 5:24 AM

Josh Jooris has been called up by Calgary.

He was impressive at the Flames rookie camp and he carried that momentum into a strong main camp. Jooris didn't earn a point in two games with AHL Adirondack.
Oct 16 - 3:12 PM

The Calgary Flames have assigned Josh Jooris to the Adirondack Flames in the AHL.

The 24-year-old registered 11 goals and 27 points in 73 games in the American Hockey League last season.
Oct 5 - 2:33 PM

Josh Jooris knows that he has to keep making statements in order to show he can hang with the big boys. That's probably why he went and potted two goals for the second straight game, this time against Winnipeg.

The 24-year-old is making it as tough as possible for Hartley and Co. to send him back to Adirondack. He powerfully walked into Michael Hutchinson's crease for a dunk to break the 1-1 tie early in the third. Five minutes later he was chipping in the dagger. He skated 15:27 with 3:28 on the kill as well.
Oct 3 - 1:39 AM

Right winger Josh Jooris is looking to crack the Flames lineup this season.

The 24-year-old rookie potted a couple of goals on Saturday but is a candidate for the fourth line job as he had only 11 goals and 27 points in his first professional season in 2013-14. "I'm not going to say time is running out, but I think there has to be a little urgency in my game to make a statement, make management believe in me," Jooris said. "Hockey is a business, right? There's new, younger talent coming in every year, and it's always an exciting time. Once there's new guys in an organization, there’s obviously a lot of focus on them. I just have to let them know I'm still here, try to keep my name out there and keep it known."
Source: Calgary Sun
Sep 14 - 6:51 AM

Josh Jooris scored twice in the Flames' shootout win in their split-squad game at the Oilers on Saturday.

The 23-year-old went undrafted but ended up signing with the Flames this offseason. Because of the youth movement in Calgary, he has a real chance to make the roster with an impressive camp. Jooris had 12 goals and 28 points at Union College last season. Ben Street, Dennis Wideman and Lance Bouma picked up the other goals. Ben Hanowski, Derek Smith and Sven Baertschi had two helpers apiece. Roman Horak scored the shootout winner.
Sun, Sep 15, 2013 12:59:00 AM

GM Jay Feaster believes the chance to make Calgary's NHL roster is the reason why players like Josh Jooris chose the Flames.

The Flames are in a full-on rebuild and are basically willing to give anyone and everyone a chance to make the roster this season. It's something that openly appealed to Jooris, who called Calgary "the land of opportunity right now." While it's hard to disagree with Feaster and Jooris, the latter isn't exactly a franchise-altering player. While Feaster may be able to lure lower-level talent to Calgary with the promise of playing time, he'll need to do a lot more before he can lure players that will really change the franchise's recent fortunes.
Source: Calgary Sun
Thu, Aug 1, 2013 10:07:00 AM

Josh Jooris has agreed to a two-year, two-way entry level contract.

Jooris scored 12 goals and registered 16 assists in 39 NCAA games with Union College last season. "Josh is a right shot center with size and skill," said Flames GM Jay Feaster. "During our recent development camp he played an aggressive, up-tempo style and displayed good grit and a high compete level. Our staff felt strongly that we should attempt to get him signed, and we are pleased to welcome him to the organization. He will play for us in Penticton and then will be given an opportunity to compete for a spot at main camp."
Tue, Jul 30, 2013 04:54:00 PM

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2Johnny Gaudreau
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RW1Jiri Hudler
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