Thomas Bordeleau



  • DOB: 1/3/2002
  • Ht: 5-10
  • Wt: 174
  • Shoots: L
  • School: Univ. of Michigan
  • Hometown: Houston, Texas
  • Drafted: 2020 round 2 #38 overall by San Jose Sharks


  • Finished T-2nd on the team in goals (22), T-4th in points (41), T-first in power-play goals (9), and second in shots (160)... Among AHL rookies, he ranked T-3rd in PPG
  • Made his NHL season debut on Mar. 30, 2023 vs. VGK... picked up an assist
  • Scored the first natural hat-trick in Barracuda franchise history on Nov. 20, 2022 at TUC (6-0)... at the time it was just the second hat-trick by a rookie and the first since Nikolay Goldobin Jan. 3, 2016 vs. TEX
  • Represented the Barracuda at the 2023 AHL All-Star Classic in Laval, Quebec... helped Team Pacific win the 3x3 tournament
  • Scored in his AHL debut on Oct. 14, 2023 at Iowa (Jesper Wallstedt)
  • Skated for Team USA at the 2022 World Championships... was coached by Sharks' head coach David Quinn
  • Represented the USA at the U-20 World Juniors... led team with eight points in five games (1+7=8)


  • Scored the shootout game-winner at VGK on April 24, 2022... eliminating the Knights from playoff contention
  • Recorded assist in his first three NHL games
  • Made his NHL debut and picked up an assist on April 17, 2022 at MN
  • Notched three assists in his AHL/pro debut April 13, 2022 vs. Bakersfield (3-6 L)
  • Signed 3-year ELC with the Sharks on April 16, 2022
  • Honorable Mention All-B1G
  • Picked up a pair of assists in B1G Tournament final win over Minnesota (3/19/22)
  • Scored a goal and two assists in NCAA Regional final victory over Quinnipiac (3/27)
  • Tallied third period goal in Frozen Four semifinal vs. Denver (4/7/22 - Magnus Chrona)


  • Name Sharks Prospect of the Year
  • Big Ten Freshman of the Year
  • Second Team All-Big Ten
  • Big Ten All-Freshman Team 
  • College Hockey News All-Rookie Team
  • Led the nation in freshman scoring
  • Led team in scoring with 30 points with 8 goals and team-best 22 assists in 24 games
  • Tallied three game winning goals, and had 211 face off wins (58.0 percent)
  • Sixth in the B1G in on-ice rating with a +18


  • Spent two seasons with the US National Team Development Program
  • Led the team in scoring in 2018-19 with 16 goals and 23 assists in 56 games
  • Won both a gold and silver medal at Four Nations Tournament
  • Represented US at the U17 World Hockey Championship
  • Named a Biosteel All-American
  • A 2018 graduate of Collège Esther-Blondin Phénix (Quebec


  • Son of Sebastian Bordeleau and Chantal Dubois
  • Sebastian was a 1993 draft pick of Montreal Canadians; played professionally from 1995-2012 with NHL clubs Montreal, Nashville and Minnesota and Phoenix and also in the Swiss National League; currently an Development Coach with Nashville Predators
  • Chantal is a doctor
  • Grandfather Paulin Bordeleau was a 1973 draft pick of Vancouver; played 15 years in the pros
  • Has one sister, Jade



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Player Stats

Regular Season
2022-23 Regular SeasonSJ65221941-182490160200.63
2021-22 Regular SeasonSJ2033-10006001.50