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Jake Walman
Jake  Walman

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Toronto, Ontario

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 200

Position:
D

Last Team:
Toronto Jr. Canadiens (OJHL)


07/11/2017

Current, Former, and Future Friars Participate in NHL Development Camps

NHL Development Camps have been ongoing throughout the month of July.

04/07/2017

Jake Walman Earns Second Team All-American Honors

Walman becomes the sixth member of the program to be a two-time All-American.

03/31/2017

Jake Walman Named a Division I New England All-Star

Walman also earned First Team Hockey East accolades last month.

03/28/2017

Jake Walman Signs Entry-Level Contract with the St. Louis Blues

The junior defenseman was a First Team Hockey East All-Star in 2016-17.

03/16/2017

Jake Walman Named First Team Hockey East All-Star

Walman has garnered First Team Hockey East honors in back-to-back seasons.

04/09/2015

Frozen Four - Men's Ice Hockey vs. Omaha (USATSI)

Men's Ice Hockey defeats Nebraska-Omaha, 4-1 in Boston, Massachusetts; Credit: USA Today (USATSI)

2016-17 Honors and Awards

  • CCM All-American Second Team (4/7)
  • First Team Hockey East All-Star (3/16)
  • All-New England All-Star (3/31)
  • Hobey Baker Nominee
  • Hockey East Honor Roll (2/27)

2016-17:
Alternate captain ... appeared in all 39 games, totaling seven goals and 18 assists for 25 points … led the team with 146 shots on goal … blocked 28 shots and was a +11 overall … six of his seven goals came during Hockey East play … recorded four multi-point games … tallied a season-high three points on two goals and an assist at UMass (2/24) … season-high nine shots on goal vs. UMass (2/25) … scored against Merrimack (11/5), Northeastern (11/18), Boston University (12/3), Denver (12/30) … scored the game-winner against Maine (2/3) with 1:53 remaining in regulation … picked up a pair of assists against St. Lawrence and at Notre Dame in Game 2 of the Hockey East Quarterfinals (3/11) … back-to-back CCM All-American recognition, this time a Second Team selection … First Team Hockey East All-Star and All-New England All-Star for the second consecutive season … Hobey Baker nominee … signed a three-year entry-level contract with the St. Louis Blues … finished the 2016-17 season on an ATO with the Chicago Wolves (AHL).



2015-16 Honors and Awards

  • CCM All-American First Team (4/8)
  • First Team Hockey East All-Star (3/17)
  • First Team All-New England All-Star (4/1)
  • Hockey East Player of the Week (11/2)
  • CHN Player of the Week (11/3)
  • NCAA First Star (11/3)
  • 3x Hockey East Weekly Honor Roll (10/12, 10/19, 11/30)

2015-2016: Led all NCAA defensemen in goals (13), points per game (1.04), power play goals (8), and game-winning goals (4) … missed 11 games due to injury, including the final seven games of the season … finished with 13 goals and 15 assists in 27 games … became the first Friar defenseman to record a hat trick since Rob Gaudreau in 1991 … career-high four points (3-1-4) and a +5 at Colgate (Oct. 30) … scored a pair of goals at Boston University (Nov. 14) … post nine multi-point games … notched game-winning goals against Ohio State (Oct. 24), Colgate (Oct. 30), Yale (Nov. 28), and Merrimack (Dec. 5) … also scored goals against Miami (Oct. 10), Holy Cross (Oct. 16), Colgate (Oct. 31), Boston College (Jan. 9), and UMass Lowell (Jan. 22) … ranked second on the team with 110 shots on goal, including a career-high nine shots at Vermont (Jan. 16) and UConn (Feb. 12) … became the first Friar to earn First Team All-American honors since Chris Terreri and Tim Army in 1984-85 … the 28 points ranked second among all Hockey East defensemen … also earned First Team All-New England and Hockey East All-Star accolades … Hockey East Player of the Week (Nov. 2) … CHN Player of the Week and NCAA First Star of the Week (Nov. 3).



2014-15 Honors and Awards
• Hockey East Rookie of the Week (3/30)
• 2x Hockey East Weekly Honor Roll (11/17, 1/26)

2014-15:
Played in all 41 games, notching a goal and adding 15 assists for 16 points ... His 15 assists ranked seventh on the team and were the most by a Friar freshman and led all Friar defensemen ... Notched four assists in four NCAA Tournament games and was named to the NCAA All-East Regional team ... Made his Friar debut by playing in both games of the Ohio State series (Oct. 10-11) ... Notched his first career assist in Providence's 2-2 tie at third-ranked North Dakota ... The assist came on Nick Saracino's game-tying goal scored at 19:21 of the third period ... Notched an assist in each game versus Vermont (Nov. 14-15) ... Had the primary assist on Ross Mauermann's game-winning goal in Providence's 5-1 win at Northeastern (Dec. 3) ... Notched an assist in PC's 4-1 win over UMass (Dec. 28) ... Had an assist in Providence's 3-2 overtime win at Brown (Jan. 9) ... Posted an assist in Providence's 7-3 win at UMass Lowell (Jan. 23) ... Had a goal and an assist in PC's 4-1 win over the River Hawks (Jan. 24), marking his first career goal and his first career multi-point game ... Had an assist in Providence's 3-2 win at Notre Dame (Feb. 14) ... Had an assist in each of Providence's 5-2 wins over Maine (Feb. 27-28) ... Recorded a career-high three assists against Denver in the NCAA East Regional Final (March 29), including the primary on Tom Parisi's game-winning goal ... Notched the secondary assist on Providence's game-winning goal over Omaha in a 4-1 victory in the Frozen Four Semifinal (April 9).

BEFORE PROVIDENCE:
Drafted in the third round (82nd overall) by St. Louis in the 2014 NHL Draft ... Attended the Blues' 2014 Development Camp ... Played the 2013-14 season for the Toronto Jr. Canadiens of the Ontario Junior Hockey League (OJHL) ... Scored seven goals and added 26 assists for 33 points in 43 games ... Earned the OJHL Top Prospect Award, as selected by NHL Central Scouting ... Named the OJHL Rookie of the Year ... Member of Team Canada East at the 2013 Junior `A' Challenge (Yarmouth, Nova Scotia) and skated on the OJHL South-East All-Star team, which placed as the runner-up at the 2013 Central Canada Cup All-Star Challenge (Terrebonne, Quebec) ... Named the team's MVP at the All-Star Challenge.

PERSONAL: Jake Q. Walman ... Born Feb. 20, 1996 ... Son of Glenn and Marie Anne Walman ... Has one younger brother, Noah ... Sociology major.

CAREER HIGHS
Goals: 3 (10/30/15 at Colgate)
Assists: 3 (3/29/15 vs. Denver)
Points: 4 (10/30/15 at Colgate)
Point Streak: 4 games (11/14/15 - 11/28/15); 3-3-6
Goal Streak: 3 games (10/24/15 - 10/31/15); 5-2-7

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