Left winger referred to as “Johnny Hockey” who was simply drafted 104th general with the Calgary Flames in 2011. He was a finalist for the 2015 Calder Trophy, directed at the NHL’s best rookie, after credit scoring 24 goals and tallying 40 helps through the 2014-15 period. Originally going to indication with Boston College’s rival Northeastern School, he transformed his brain when Northeastern’s trainer resigned. He led Boston University to the Iced Four in 2011-12. He was created in Carney’s Stage, NJ. His father, Man Gaudreau, coached his junior group groups before Johnny visited play in the USHL. He and Sean Monahan became two of Calgary’s leading youthful players in 2014.
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|The Year Without Hockey||2008||Short||The Client|
|The Rise of Johnny Hockey||2015||Short||Himself|
|2015 NHL All-Star Game||2015||TV Special||Himself - Calgary Flames|
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