Charlotte Checkers Roster
Dennis Robertson

#20 Dennis Robertson

Position Defense
Height 6'1"
Weight 215
Shoots Left
Born May 24, 1991
Birthplace Fort Saint John, BC
Drafted TOR 2011 (6th, 173rd)

Career Statistics

        Regular Season   Playoffs
Season Team League   GP G A PTS PIM   GP G A PTS PIM
2008-09 Langley BCHL   55 1 11 12 64   4 0 1 1 4
2009-10 Langley BCHL   53 9 25 34 83   10 2 2 4 14
2010-11 Brown NCAA   30 6 11 17 48   - - - - -
2011-12 Brown NCAA   32 2 14 16 72   - - - - -
2012-13 Brown NCAA   36 3 17 20 69   - - - - -
2013-14 Brown NCAA   30 6 11 17 78   - - - - -
  Charlotte AHL   1 0 0 0 0   - - - - -
2014-15 Charlotte AHL   57 3 14 17 70   - - - - -
   
AHL TOTALS   58 3 14 17 70   - - - - -
NHL TOTALS   - - - - -   - - - - -
PRO TOTALS   58 3 14 17 70   - - - - -
Signed a two-year, entry-level contract with Carolina at the conclusion of his college career on 3/20/14 ... Acquired by Carolina along with John-Michael Liles in exchange for Tim Gleason on 1/1/14.

Personal

Robertson rooted for the Calgary Flames growing up and his favorite player was Chris Pronger ... He enjoys listening to country music, especially Kip Moore ... His favorite movie is Country Strong and his favorite TV show is Game Of Thrones ... His favorite place to visit is Italy and his favorite food is breakfast ... Robertson lists juggling as his biggest talent outside of hockey and likes to hang out with the boys away from the rink ... He has been involved with Team Impact and Kids Kickin' Cancer and has a Canada Red Cross/Lifesaving Society medal for bravery.

2014-15

Completed his first full professional season … Ranked second among team defensemen in goals (three) and points (17) and was third among team blueliners in assists (14) … Ranked fourth among Checkers rookies in scoring … Led all Checkers with more than 21 games played in plus/minus (+1) … Was a healthy scratch 19 times, but appeared in each of the last 27 games of the season … Recorded his first two professional points with two helpers in the season opener at MIL (10/10) … Assisted on Greg Nemisz’ goal and took his first pro penalty (tripping) vs. TEX 11/10 … Dropped the gloves with Kurtis Gabriel for his first pro fight vs. IA (12/6) … Had his second multi-point game of this season (1g, 1a), including his first professional goal, at OKC (12/31) … Recorded a career-best, plus-3 rating in a 5-2 win vs. TEX (1/4) … Assisted on Brock McGinn’s goal 1:24 into the game and fought John Kurtz for the second time this season vs. NOR (2/16) … Fought Jake Dowell at HAM (11/28) … Scored the eventual game-winning goal, the first of his career, vs. NOR (3/8) … Assisted on Justin Shugg’s game-tying goal in the third period to extend his point streak to a career-best four games (1g, 3a) and set a new career high with five shots on goal in the 2-1 shootout win vs. GR (3/12) … Scored the Checkers’ only goal and tied his career high with five shots vs. LE (3/29) … Scored seven points (2g, 5a) in 13 games in March.

2013-14

Joined the Checkers after signing with Carolina upon the conclusion of his collegiate career at Brown University on 3/20 ... Made his professional debut and had three shots on goal in the Checkers' final game of the season at RFD (4/19).

College

Scored 70 points (17g, 53a) and picked up 267 penalty minutes in 128 games with Brown, including two seasons as team captain ... Earned First Team All-Ivy honors and a nomination for the ECAC's Best Defensive Defenseman award during his senior season in 2013-14 ... Also made First Team All-Ivy in his junior season and earned Second Team All-Ivy honors in his freshman and sophomore campaigns ... Named ECAC Hockey All-Rookie in 2011 ... Led the team in power-play goals (5), plus/minus (+11), blocked shots (56) and penalty minutes (78) in his senior season ... Led Brown defensemen in scoring in all four years, including 17 points in his senior campaign (6g, 11a) that ranked fourth on the team overall ... Led the team in penalty minutes in each of his last three seasons ... 2012 recipient of a Silver Medal for Bravery and the M.G. Griffiths Award (awarded to a proficiency award holder who applied skill and knowledge gained through Lifesaving Society programs to aid a victim of an aquatic emergency) from The Lifesaving Society BC and Yukon Branch.