Troy Terry

by Lucas Main on October 5, 2017

Troy Terry, C/RW

Shoots: R

Height: 5-10

Weight: 160

Born: 1997-09-10

Hometown: Denver, CO, USA

Drafted:148th overall 2015 by Anaheim Ducks 

 

 

 

 

 

Observations:

October 2017 – Terry capped off a magical World Junior by winning a NCAA Championship with the Pioneers at the University of Denver. He finished with 45 points and 22 goals in 35 games and will look to win back-to-back ships as he decided to stay in school. Another year of development won’t hurt him so keep him stashed on your farm squads for next season. Lucas Main
 
January 2017 – Terry made the USA WJC squad and started with fourth line duties, but he came out as one of the stars of the tournament. He had three goals and three assists during the tournament, but came in clutch during the shootout of the semi-finals and the gold medal game. "Five-Hole Terry" scored three slick shootout goals versus Russia in the semis to send Team USA to the finals against Canada and in the gold medal game scored the only shootout goal to lift the USA over Canada for their fourth gold. In his first game back for Denver U, Terry came out and scored five points. His confidence is sky high right now and he'll look to make Anaheim's roster next season. Lucas Main
 

December 2015Terry played his 2014-2015 season with the USNTDP U-18 team. In the 25 games he played in the USHL the Colorado native posted six goals, and eight assists for a point total of 14.  His total statistics with the USDP are 66 games played, 19 goals, 25 assists (44 points), which ended up being good for seventh on his team in scoring. Terry also competed in the Hlinka Memorial tournament for the United States where he was able to amass a point-per-game average (scoring four goals, and adding one assist in the five games he appeared in). 

Currently, Troy is playing for his hometown school in the NCAA - The University of Denver.  He has skated in 16 games, tallying four goals, three assists, and a minus seven rating.  The Denver native still has a lot of room to grow, and needs to tack on some mass to his small frame.  Terry has shown some upside as a late round pick for the Ducks; he has an NHL caliber wrist shot and can score from all areas of the offensive zone, but needs improvement playing in his own end.  Chances are he spends a couple more seasons with The University of Denver before trying to make the leap to the professional level. Bryan Puffer

 

 

Fantasy Outlook: C

Terry has scored at all levels, both in North America and Internationally.  Don't view him as a top two-line player for the Ducks right now, but the 2015 draft pick is still young and has plenty of time to mature.

 

 

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