Chicago Blackhawks
Florida Panthers
Jimmy Hayes
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JimmyHayes
POSITION: Right Wing
HEIGHT: 6' 6"
SHOOTS: Right
WEIGHT: 221
BIRTHDATE: 11/21/1989
AGE: 25
BIRTHPLACE: Boston, MA, USA
DRAFTED: TOR: 2008-60 overall

CAREER

2012-13:
Split the season between the Blackhawks and the American Hockey League’s Rockford IceHogs … Notched four points (1G, 3A) in 10 regular-season games with Chicago … Ranked sixth on the IceHogs with a career-high 45 points in 67 regular-season games … Ranked fourth on the team with a career-best 25 goals … Set an IceHogs single-season record with seven multi-goal games … Registered his first career hat trick and added two assists on March 9 at Oklahoma City.

2011-12: Split time between the Blackhawks and Rockford … Recorded an NHL career-high five goals and four assists in 31 regular-season games … Tallied his first NHL point with a goal on Jan. 2 vs. EDM … Made his NHL debut on Dec. 30 vs. DET … Appeared in two playoff games in his NHL postseason debut vs. PHX in the Western Conference Quarterfinals … Registered seven goals and 16 assists in 33 regular-season tilts with the IceHogs.

2010-11: Made his professional debut with the IceHogs on March 31 vs. Lake Erie … Recorded two penalty minutes in seven regular-season tilts with Rockford … Ranked second on Hockey East’s Boston College Eagles with a collegiate career-high 21 goals and ranked third on the team with 33 points (21G, 12A) in 39 contests during his junior campaign … Registered at least one point (5G, 2A) in all five postseason appearances.

2009-10: Ranked fourth on the club with 22 assists and fifth with 35 points in 42 games as a sophomore while helping Boston College win the 2010 NCAA Championship … Registered five points (3G, 2A) in four NCAA tournament tilts.

INTERNATIONAL CAREER: Skated for Team USA at the 2009 World Junior Championship, scoring two goals in six games … Won a silver medal with Team USA at the 2007 U18 World Junior Championship, logging three points (1G, 2A) in seven games … Competed for Team USA at the 2006 Ivan Hlinka U18 Tournament and the 2005 Four Nations Tournament.