|Assets:||Owns an excellent frame (6-2) for the goaltending position, as well as excellent instincts for the position. Has already proven himself in big games at lower levels.|
|Flaws:||Will need to fill out his big frame in order to maximize his puck-stopping potential at the highest level. Also needs to learn pro shooters' tendencies and gain experience.|
|Career Potential:||Talented goaltender with upside.|
|Memorial Cup||Hap Emms Trophy||2010-11|
|Memorial Cup||All-Star Team||2010-11|
|OHL||Goaltender of the Year||2012-13|
|OHL||Dave Pinkney Trophy||2012-13 (Shared with Brandon Hope)|
|OHL||First All-Star Team||2012-13|
|10/07/2013||Re-assigned to Kalamazoo (ECHL).|
|9/21/2013||Assigned to Chicago (AHL).|
|9/14/2012||Returned to his junior team (Owen Sound-OHL).|
|5/29/2012||Signed by the St. Louis Blues to a three-year entry-level contract.|
|4/06/2012||Signed by the Peoria Rivermen to an amateur tryout contract.|
|9/22/2011||Returned to his junior team (Owen Sound-OHL).|
|6/25/2011||Drafted by the St. Louis Blues in the 3rd round (88th overall) in 2011.|
Jordan Binnington will face Russia for bronze | 01/04/2013 2:01 PM
NewsJordan Binnington will get the call for Canada in Saturday's bronze-medal match against Russia.
ImpactThe club announced Friday that Binnington would be making his first start of the tournament. The third-round pick of the Blues in the 2011 draft and starter for the Owen Sound Attack of the OHL stopped 25 of 26 shots in his relief appearance of Malcolm Subban on Thursday during his only other action.
Jordan Binnington may start bronze-medal game | 01/03/2013 7:11 PM
NewsJordan Binnington could get the nod for Canada in the bronze-medal game at the World Junior Championship on Saturday versus Russia.
ImpactShortly after Canada's 5-1 loss to the United States in the semifinals on Thursday coach Steve Spott said, "I don't want to make that decision yet. We'll sit down and make that decision (as a staff)." Binnington made his first appearance for the Canada at the tournament in relief of Malcolm Subban, who allowed four goals on 16 shots, and stopped 25 of the 26 shots he faced. Subban was in goal for Canada's 4-1 victory over Russia during the preliminary round though. The St. Louis Blues prospect wasn't guaranteed the start by any means, but the door does appear to be open for him to get the call.
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