|Assets:||Is an aggressive defenseman, both in terms of his physicality and offensive mindset. Also owns a projectable frame and a big point shot, which can be a weapon on the power play.|
|Flaws:||Needs to fill out in order to maximize his aggressive nature when on the ice. Also needs to work on his defensive-zone coverage to play regularly in the National Hockey League.|
|Career Potential:||Aggressive depth defenseman.|
|OHL||Third All-Star Team||2010-11|
|9/27/2015||Released from training camp by the Dallas Stars.|
|9/14/2015||Invited to training camp by the Dallas Stars.|
|7/07/2015||Signed with the Texas Stars (AHL).|
|12/04/2014||Acquired from the Anaheim Ducks.|
|12/04/2014||Assigned to the San Antonio Rampage (AHL).|
|12/02/2014||Assigned to the Norfolk Admirals (AHL).|
|11/28/2014||Recalled from the Norfolk Admirals (AHL).|
|10/01/2014||Assigned to the Norfolk Admirals (AHL).|
|7/10/2014||Re-signed as a restricted free agent by the Anaheim Ducks to a one-year contract.|
|6/30/2014||Anaheim Ducks tendered a qualifying offer.|
|11/16/2013||Assigned to Norfolk (AHL).|
|11/16/2013||Acquired from the Toronto Maple Leafs.|
|9/18/2013||Assigned to Toronto (AHL).|
|5/13/2013||Assigned to Toronto (AHL).|
|5/09/2013||Recalled from Toronto (AHL).|
|3/28/2013||Assigned to Toronto (AHL).|
|3/25/2013||Recalled from Toronto (AHL).|
|9/15/2012||Assigned to Toronto (AHL).|
|9/25/2011||Assigned to Toronto (AHL).|
|9/26/2010||Returned to his junior team (Owen Sound-OHL).|
|3/19/2010||Assigned to Toronto (AHL).|
|3/18/2010||Signed by the Toronto Maple Leafs to a three-year entry level contract.|
|9/19/2009||Returned to his junior team (Windsor-OHL).|
|12/04/2014||Florida Panthers traded Colby Robak to the Anaheim Ducks for Jesse Blacker and conditional draft pick.|
|11/16/2013||Anaheim Ducks traded Peter Holland and Brad Staubitz to the Toronto Maple Leafs for Jesse Blacker, a conditional third-round draft pick in 2014 and seventh-round draft pick in 2014.|
|6/27/2009||Drafted by the Toronto Maple Leafs in the 2nd round (58th overall) in 2009.|
| 06/30/2015 12:42 PM
NewsBlacker wasn't tendered a qualifying offer by the Panthers on Monday and will become an unrestricted free agent, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports.
Jesse Blacker agrees to a two-way contract | 07/10/2014 9:45 PM
NewsThe Anaheim Ducks have re-sign Jesse Blacker to a one-year, two-way deal.
Renaud Lavoie on Twitter
ImpactThe Ducks acquired Blacker from the Toronto Maple Leafs in November. He will come with an annual cap hit of $550,000 at the NHL level.
Ducks get conditional third for Blacker | 11/17/2013 4:48 AM
NewsThe Anaheim Ducks received a conditional third round pick and a seventh pick with Jesse Blacker on Saturday.
Orange County Register
ImpactThe package was sent to Anaheim from Toronto with Peter Holland and Brad Staubitz moving the other way. The third round pick becomes a second rounder if Holland plays 25 games for Toronto this season while the seventh rounder was originally Anaheim's own pick, a choice they dealt to the Maple Leafs last season in exchanges for Dave Steckel. The Maple Leafs gave up on Blacker because they felt he was not progressing while the Ducks picked up another right handed shot from the point.
Blacker traded to Ducks from Leafs | 11/16/2013 12:10 PM
NewsThe Ducks have acquired Jesse Blacker in a trade with the Maple Leafs Saturday.
ImpactBlacker, the 58th pick overall in the 2009 draft, has one point in five games with the Marlies of the AHL this season. The Leafs are deep on defense and could afford to make this trade to acquire Peter Holland to shore up their depleted center position. Blacker will likely have little fantasy value in the Ducks' organization.
Leafs recall defender Jesse Blacker | 05/09/2013 6:20 PM
NewsToronto has recalled defenseman Jesse Blacker.
Darren Dreger on Twitter
ImpactHe will probably serve as an extra blueliner with Mark Fraser sidelined after he took a puck to his forehead in Game 4 Wednesday night. John-Michael Liles is projected to play in Fraser's place.
Leafs recall defenseman Jesse Blacker | 03/25/2013 12:38 PM
NewsJesse Blacker has been called up by the Maple Leafs, but he won't play Monday night in Boston.
Terry Koshan on Twitter
ImpactThe Leafs made the move with John-Michael Liles sidelined with an ankle injury. Mike Kostka will get back into the lineup in Liles' place. Blacker has 10 points and 31 penalty minutes in 53 games with the Toronto Marlies this season.
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