Cam Reid
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Cam Reid


Delta British Columbia



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7th round (192nd overall), 2009


187 lbs.

Probability of Success
  • C


Not ranked by Central Scouting in 2009. As an August birthday, he is possibly a late bloomer.

2008-09: With Westside of the BCHL, Reid scored 12 goals and 28 assists through 58 games, while adding four goals and three assists through eight playoff games.

2009-10: Reid played in 54 games with the Westside Warriors in the BCHL, scoring 27 goals, 45 assists for 72 points. His assist total was enough to lead the team and he finished second in points. He added 2 goals, 6 assists for 8 points in 11 playoff games.

2010-11: Reid skated in 37 of 38 games for St. Cloud State as a freshman and was the team's third leading scorer. He netted 8 goals, including 4 game-winning goals, and had 21 assists with a +7 plus/minus and 27 PMs. St. Cloud State, was eighth in the WCHA and lost to eventual Frozen Four champion Minnesota-Duluth in a triple-overtime game in the WCHA First Round, finishing the season 15-18-5.

2011-12: Reid skated in 22 games as a sophomore at St. Cloud State before leaving school to skate for the WHL's Portland Winterhawks in early January. He scored 6 goals with 9 assists and was minus-two with 31 penalty minutes for the Huskies. Playing in the WHL as a 20-year old, he scored 13 goals with 19 assists and was plus-13 with 14 penalty minutes. Portland reached the WHL Finals after finishing second in the U.S. Division. Reid scored 5 goals with 6 assists in 22 playoff games and was plus-seven with 32 penalty minutes.

Talent Analysis

Reid has size and offensive skill, and he plays a sound two-way game. As he continues to blossom offensively in his final season of juniors, he will need to work on using his size to make him a more dynamic player, as well as getting a little bit quicker.



Reid will continue to play for St. Cloud State this season.


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