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Danton Heinen

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Langley, British Columbia

High School:
Surrey Eagles - BCHL

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 186

Position:
Forward

Major:
Undeclared


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NHL:

Selected by Boston in Round 4 (116th Overall) of the 2014 Entry Draft


2015-16
Named recipient of ASN Player of the Year Award after leading Denver in scoring (20G-28A-48P, 41GP) for the second season in a row... Finished T-12th in the nation in overall scoring... Earned All-Tournament honors at NCAA West Regional (2GP-1G-5A-6P)... Named NCHC Forward of the Year and was a finalist for NCHC Player of the Year (won by Ethan Prow, SCSU)... Earned First Team All-NCHC honors... Named NCHC and HCA National Player of the Month for February after tallying 5G-10A-15P in six games played... Named NCAA First Star of the Week on Feb. 16... Captured NCHC Offensive Player of the Week honors three times... Recorded careerhigh five points (2G-3A) on Feb. 12 vs. North Dakota.

2014-15:

Earned NCHC Rookie of the Year honors after winning the conference's overall scoring title with 45 points (16G-29A) in 40 games played... Also named to All-NCHC Second Team... Earned NCHC Rookie of the Week honors five times and Offensive Player of the Week honors once... Named HCA and NCHC Rookie of the Month for February (7GP-5G-10A-15P)... Finished season ranked third among all first-year players in points and assists and was T-2nd in goals... Registered career-high four points on Feb. 28 vs. Miami (2G-2A) and Jan. 3 vs. Brown (1G-3A)... Named to Ledyard Classic All-Tournament Team (2GP-2G-3A-5P)... Was co-winner (with Trevor Moore) of 2015 Dallas Guame Award as Denver's Top Offensive Player... Also won the Barry Sharp Award as Freshman of the Year.

Before Denver:

Tallied 29G-33P-62P in 57 games played with the British Columbia Hockey League's Surrey Eagles in 2013-14... Served as Eagles' captain (youngest player in the league to don a `C' that season)... Captured BCHL Rookie of the Year honors and won the Bob Fenton Award as the league's Most Sportsmanlike Player... in 2012-13, helped Pacific Junior Hockey League's Richmond Sockeyes win league championship in addition to the Cyclone Taylor Cup as provincial champs as well as the Keystone Cup as Western Canadian champs... Recorded 43GP-21G-28A-49P in lone season with Sockeyes... Tallied 19G-24A-43P in 38 appearances with the Valley West Hawks (BCMML) in 2011-12... Product of Langley Eagles minor hockey program.

Personal:

Born July 5, 1995... Enjoys fishing in the offseason... Favorite pro football team is the B.C. Lions (CFL)... Favorite NHL player is Sidney Crosby... Undeclared major.

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