Rourke Chartier



  • DOB: 4/3/1996
  • Ht: 5-11
  • Wt: 190
  • Shoots: L
  • Years on Team: 3
  • Hometown: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
  • Drafted: 2014 5th round #149

2018-19: Entering 3rd professional season...made his NHL debut at New York (Islanders) on October 8, 2018…scored his first NHL goal on October 28, 2018 at Anaheim…appeared in 26 games with the Barracuda totaling 18 points (6 goals, 12 assists)…finished T-third on the Barracuda in power-play goals (5).

2017-18: 2nd professional season...saw action in 28 games where he scored 7 goals and tallied 14 assists...had a career high 3 points against Stockton on 4/6

2016-17: Had a four game point streak (3-2-5) from Oct. 28 to Nov. 6... Scored his first AHL goal on Oct. 28, 2016 vs. Bakersfield (Laurent Brossoit)

2015-16: Made pro debut in Game 4 of the Calder Cup’s first round on April 29 vs Ontario… 4th on Kelowna (WHL) in goals (25) despite missing half the season due to injury…Named an alternate captain of his team for the second straight season…Represented Canada at the U-20 World Jr. Championships, tallying two assists in five games

2014-15: Named CHL Sportsman of the Year and a member of the WHL (West) First All-Star Team...Won the Brad Hornung Trophy as the WHL’s Most Sportsmanlike Player...T-1st in the playoffs in goals (13), 3rd in game-winning goals (3), and 4th in plus/minus (+13) en route to the WHL Championship and runner-up to the CHL’s Memorial Cup...Tallied four shorthanded points (two goals, two assists) during the WHL playoffs...Ranked 4th on his team in playoff points (20)...Finished the regular season 3rd in goals (48), T-3rd in power-play goals (14) and T-1st in game-winning goals (10) in the WHL...Ranked 1st on his team in goals, 2nd in points (82), T-4th in assists (34) during the regular season...Named an alternate captain of Kelowna

2013-14: Ranked 4th in goals (24), T-4th in assists (34), T-5th on his team in points (58), and T-6th in plus/ minus (+26) on his team during the regular season…During the postseason, finished 1st on his team in goals (6), T-6th in assists (6), and 6th in points (12)…One of three teammates to play in all regular season and playoff games…Won a gold medal at the Hlinka Memorial Tournament as a member of the Canada U18 team, registering one assist and a +2 rating in five games

2012-13: Finished 5th in goals (13), T-6th in assists (17), and 5th in points (30) league-wide amongst all U17 WHL players Completed his first WHL season…Drafted by Kelowna in the 1st round (15th overall) in the WHL Bantam Draft.

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