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Brock McGinn

#7 Brock McGinn

Position Left Wing
Height 5'11"
Weight 186
Shoots Left
Born Feb. 2, 1994
Birthplace Fergus, ONT
Drafted CAR 2012 (2nd, 47th)

Career Statistics

        Regular Season   Playoffs
Season Team League   GP G A PTS PIM   GP G A PTS PIM
2009-10 Orangeville OJHL   3 0 0 0 0   - - - - -
2010-11 Guelph OHL   68 10 4 14 38   6 0 0 0 2
2011-12 Guelph OHL   33 12 6 18 25   6 1 1 2 25
2012-13 Guelph OHL   68 28 26 54 71   3 2 2 4 11
Charlotte AHL   4 0 0 0 0   2 0 0 0 2
2013-14 Guelph OHL   58 43 42 85 45   12 6 6 12 21
2014-15 Charlotte AHL   73 15 12 27 38   - - - - -
2015-16 Carolina NHL   21 3 1 4 10   - - - - -
  Charlotte AHL   48 19 16 35 29   - - - - -
   
AHL TOTALS   125 34 28 62 67   2 0 0 0 2
NHL TOTALS   21 3 1 4 10   - - - - -
PRO TOTALS   146 37 29 66 77   2 0 0 0 2

Biography

Brock McGinn
Finished the 2015-16 season ranked 10th in franchise history with 34 goals ... Signed a three-year, entry-level contract with Carolina on 4/3/13.

Personal

Is the younger brother of Colorado Avalanche forward Jamie McGinn and San Jose Sharks forward Tye McGinn ... Coached by former Carolina Hurricanes forward Scott Walker with OHL Guelph ... Growing up, McGinn rooted for the Montreal Canadiens and his favorite player was Richard Zednik ... His favorite movie is Stepbrothers and his favorite TV show is Family Guy ... He enjoys country music and his favorite food is chicken parm ... McGinn lists drawing as his biggest talent outside of hockey and he can also speak French "a bit" ... His favorite hobby away from the rink is golf and his favorite team outside of hockey is the Toronto Blue Jays ... McGinn has been involved with Camp Quality for Kids.

2015-16

Split his second professional season between the Checkers and the Hurricanes … Ranked second on the Checkers with 19 goals and tied for fifth with 35 points despite playing just 48 games at the AHL level … Tied for the team lead with seven power-play goals … Topped his goal, assist and point totals from his rookie season despite playing in 25 fewer games … Scored two goals, including the game-winner, in the Checkers’ season-opening win at IA (10/10) … Fired a season-high seven shots on goal in the team’s second game of the season at IA (10/11) … Earned his first career recall to Carolina on 10/14 … Recorded two points (1g, 1a) in his NHL debut, including a goal to open the scoring just 55 seconds into the game, at DET (10/16) … Scored his second NHL goal of the season at NYI (10/29) … Reassigned to Charlotte on 11/11 after recording three points (2g, 1a) in his first 12 NHL games with the Hurricanes … Scored two goals, both in the first period, in the 3-1 win vs. SJ (11/24) … Recorded his third two-goal game of the season in just his ninth AHL game of the campaign vs. IA (11/28) … Recalled to Carolina for the second time this season on 12/4 and played two NHL games before returning to the Checkers on 12/6 … Tied his career high with three points (2g, 1a), including the game-tying goal with 6:04 remaining in regulation and the game-winner in overtime, at TEX (12/11). It marked his fifth multi-point outing in his first 12 AHL games of the season and second in as many games … Named AHL Player of the Week for the period ending 12/13 after scoring five points (3g, 2a) to help the Checkers win consecutive road games … Scored a goal for the third consecutive game vs. IA (12/15) … Assisted on T.J. Hensick’s “Teddy Bear Toss” goal and Derek Ryan’s overtime winner for his first multi-assist game of the season vs. LE (12/20) … Recorded 11 points (4g, 7a) in eight games during the month of November, giving him 18 (10g, 8a) in his first 18 AHL games of the season … Extended his point streak to a season-best five games (0g, 6a) with an assist at ONT (1/2) … Earned his third NHL recall of the season on 1/4 … Scored his third NHL goal of the season at STL (1/14) … Returned to Charlotte on 1/15 after scoring one goal in five games over the course of his most recent NHL stint … Scored a goal vs. CHI (1/23), extending his point streak to three games and giving him points in 14 of a possible 18 AHL games since 11/22 … Scored one power-play goal in each of back-to-back losses vs. SA (2/8 and 2/10) … Scored the game-tying goal in the second period as the Checkers went on to snap a 10-game winless streak vs. GR (2/19) … Assisted on Ryan’s game-winning goal with 5:54 remaining in regulation at MB (2/28) … Recalled to Carolina on the day of the NHL trade deadline on 2/29 … Played two NHL games before returning to Charlotte on 3/6 … Fought for the only time this season vs. CHI (3/10) but suffered an injury that kept him out for the next nine games … Returned to the lineup vs. TEX (4/1) and recorded his fifth two-goal game of the season and first since 12/11 … Scored for the second consecutive game since returning from injury vs. TEX (4/2) … Scored two goals for the sixth time this season and eighth of his career, both of which came in the game’s first 10:25, in the season finale at LE (4/15).

2014-15

Spent the entirety of his first full professional season with the Checkers … Finished third on the team and first among rookies with 15 goals and was sixth among all skaters with 27 points … Tied for fourth on the team in power-play goals (three) … Tied for third on the team with 73 games played … Tied for the team lead with two shootout goals on three chances, giving him a 66.7 shooting percentage that led the team and tied for third among AHL rookies … Was fourth on the team with 155 shots on goal … Recorded his first professional point with an assist on Alex Aleardi’s goal in a 2-1 win at CHI (10/12) … Dropped the gloves with Andreas Athanasiou for his first pro fight vs. GR (10/18) … Scored his first professional goal in a 5-1 win at IA (10/24) … Missed the 11/2 game vs. HAM as the result of a checking to the head suspension earned 10/31 vs. HAM … Took a career-high eight shots on goal at SA (11/14) … Recorded a career-high three points (2g, 1a), including his first multi-goal outing and first power-play goal, and fired six shots on goal at OKC (11/21) … Scored his fourth goal of the season vs. MIL (11/29) … Scored for the second time in as many days, marking the first goal/point streak of his career, vs. MIL (11/30) … Recorded his first and only multi-assist game with a pair of helpers and was plus-2 with five shots on goal vs. OKC (12/18) … Missed a game due to injury for the only time this season at TEX (1/31) … Ended a 20-game scoring drought and a 29-game goal drought by finding the back of the net just 1:24 into the game and scored his first career shootout goal, the game-winner, vs. NOR (2/16) … Had his second multi-goal game of the season by striking twice vs. IA (12/18) … Notched his second multi-point game in as many days (1g, 1a) vs. IA (12/19) … Extended his goal/point streak to a career-best four games (5g, 1a) with a power-play tally at TOR (2/22) … Missed the 3/4 game at SA due to a charging suspension earned 2/28 at HAM … Opened the scoring with his 11th goal of the season, a power-play tally vs. GR (3/10) … Scored in the shootout vs. GR (3/12), giving him goals on two consecutive attempts … Had a goal and an assist in a 9-3 loss at SA (3/17) … Earned his second fighting major of the season, this time against C.J. Ludwig vs. OKC (4/2) … Scored with 3:39 remaining in regulation to record his first career game-winning goal and the Checkers’ last-ever goal at Time Warner Cable Arena vs. RFD (4/12) … Notched a goal and an assist and was plus-2 in the season finale at GR (4/18).

2012-13

Joined the Checkers on an amateur tryout contract following the conclusion of his junior season with Guelph ... Made his professional debut in the Checkers' game vs. TEX (4/11) ... Played his first professional playoff game in the Checkers' Game 1 overtime win at OKC (4/26).

Junior

Totaled 171 points (93g, 78a) in 227 games over four seasons with the Guelph Storm of the OHL ... Helped lead Guelph to an OHL championship in 2013-14 ... Set career highs in goals (43), assists (42) and points (85) in 2013-14. Ranked seventh in OHL goals and t-17th in OHL points.