11 - Jordie Johnston
Jordie Johnston
Born: 8/18/87
Height: 6-0
Weight: 180
Year: Senior
Hometown: Rosetown, Saskatchewan
High School: Rosetown Central
Position: Center
Team: La Ronge (SJHL)
S/C: L

Bulldog Career: Career Statistics.

Senior (2011-12 Season): Game-By-Game Statistics.

Junior (2010-11 Season): Game-By-Game Statistics . . . Received FSU Dean's Academic Award . . . Skated in 36 contests . . . Finished tied for ninth among team's points leaders with 13 total on six goals and seven assists . . . His six lamplighters represented a tie for eighth highest on the squad . . . Registered nine points (3-6=9) in 25 CCHA outings . . . Generated seven points (2-5=7) in 19 road games and posted five points (3-2=5) in 16 home contests . . . Compiled 12 blocked shots . . . Produced at least a point in 13 games . . . Connected for a lamplighter six times - at Alabama-Huntsville (10/8), versus Alaska (12/10), against Bemidji State (12/31) at the Mariucci Classic, at Bowling Green State (1/8), versus Michigan State (1/27), and against Alabama-Huntsville (2/12) . . . Picked up an assist in a game seven times - at Alabama-Huntsville (10/7), versus Ohio State (10/23), against Miami (11/5), at Michigan State (12/4), at Bowling Green State (1/7), at Northern Michigan (1/21), and at Alaska (2/6) . . . Recorded a plus two effiency rating on three occasions - versus Alaska (12/10) and twice at Bowling Green State (1/7-8) . . . Racked up a season-high four points (2-2=4) in eight January appearances . . . Garnered three points (1-2=3) in eight October games and three (2-1=3) in four December matchups . . . Tallied a season-most seven (4-3=7) third-period points . . . Notched two (1-1=2) power-play points on the season . . . Stopped a season-high two shots in a contest on three occasions - against St. Lawrence (10/16), at Bowling Green State (1/8), and at Alaska (2/5) . . . Placed third in scoring for Bulldog junior class.    

Sophomore (2009-10 Season):  Game-By-Game Statistics . . . Compiled four points with a goal and three assists in 26 games . . . Tallied lone goal in 3-1 league triumph over Nebraska-Omaha (12/5) . . . Assisted on a lamplighter three times - versus Ohio State (11/20), at Western Michigan (12/11), and against Northern Michigan (3/19) in a semifinal matchup at the CCHA Championships . . . Produced a combined three points (1-2=3) during a four-game span (11/20-12/11) . . . Had a blocked shot against Michigan (1/23) and at Western Michigan (2/27) in the regular-season finale . . . Posted a plus two efficiency rating in a weekend series opener versus Ohio State (11/20) . . . Generated a month-best two points (1-1=2) in three December outings . . . Produced two (0-2=2) third-period points . . . Garnered FSU Dean's Academic Award honors.

Freshman (2008-09 Season): Game-By-Game Statistics . . . Compiled four points with three goals and an assist in 31 games . . . First collegiate goal represented the game winner at Northern Michigan (11/29) . . . Scored an unassisted lamplighter against Ohio State (1/16) . . . Netted a goal with a plus two efficiency rating in win at Bowling Green State (2/13) . . . Recorded season's lone assist and was plus two in non-league series finale at Robert Morris (10/18) . . . Totaled a season-best three-points (2-1=3) in the second period.

High School/Juniors: Played three seasons (2005-06, 2006-07, and 2007-08) for the La Ronge (Saskatchewan) Ice Wolves of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League (SJHL) . . . Tabbed as the 2007-08 SJHL Player of the Year after chalking up a league-high 88 points total with 35 goals (four short-handers) and 53 assists in 58 contests . . . Finished runner-up for the Canadian Junior A Player of the Year honors in 2007-08 . . . Two-time (2006-07) team Most Valuable Player and was selected as MVP of the 2006 SJHL Playoffs . . . Three-time (2005-07) team Three-Star Award honoree . . . Chosen as the SJHL Forward of the Week twice (11/4 and 11/25) for the 2007-08 campaign . . . Earned 2006-07 SJHL First Line All-Star recognition . . . A three-time (2005-07) SJHL All-Star Game participant and was named the 2007 SJHL All-Star Player of the Game . . . Accumulated 63 points on 34 goals (14 power-play markers) with 29 assists in 53 games for the 2006-07 season . . . The 2007-08 winner of La Ronge's GWM Award for heart and desire and Community Leadership Award . . . Helped Canada to a gold medal game win at the 2006-07 World Junior A Challenge and was honored as the player of the game . . . Tallied 21 goals and had 25 assists for 46 points in 54 outings for the 2005-06 campaign en route to gaining squad's Rookie of the Year Award honors . . . Was runner-up for SJHL Rooke of the Year accolades in 2005-06 . . . A 2005 graduate of Rosetown (Saskatchewan) Central High School.

Personal: Son of Ward and Judy Johnston . . . Born 8/18/87 in Rosetown, Saskatchewan . . . His father is a farmer and mother an insurance broker . . . Has two brothers and a sister . . . One brother played hockey for the University of New Brunswick Varsity Reds . . . Hobbies include golf and fishing . . . FSU Letters: Three . . . Shoots: left . . . Accountancy major.

YearGPGAPTSPenMin+/-PPGSHGGWGBlk
2008-09313141020-110014
2009-1026134714-40002
2010-11366713816+210012
Career931011212550-1310118
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