Jared Coreau
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Jared Coreau

Hometown:

Perth Ontario

Currently Playing In:

Pro

Birthday:

1991-11-05

Position:

G

Eligible for draft:

2010

Catches:

Left

Drafted:

Height:

6-5

Acquired:

Free agent signing, 2013

Weight:

200 lbs.

Probability of Success
  • C

History

2008-09: Jared Coreau appeared in 12 games for the Peterborough Liftlock Stars in the Ontario Junior Hockey League as a backup to 18-year-olds Mathieu Cadieux and Zach Fryia. He was 8-1 with a 2.16 goals against and .930 save percentage. Coreau was selected by Saint John in the 11th round (189th overall) of the QMJHL Entry Draft. In June he committed to playing college hockey at Northern Michigan in 2010-11.

2009-10: Coreau skated for the USHL’s Lincoln Stars; appearing in 38 of 60 games. Playing on the Western Conference’s last place team, he was 7-22-0 with 1 shutout and had a 3.62 goals against and .882 save percentage.

2010-11: Coreau appeared in 15 games as a backup to junior Reid Ellingson in his freshman season at Northern Michigan. He was 5-5-2 and had a 3.71 goals against and .909 save percentage. The Wildcats finished sixth in the CCHA and lost to Bowling Green in double overtime in the decisive third game of their first round playoff series.

2011-12: Coreau split time with Ellingson in his sophomore season. He was 12-7-2 in 23 games, recording his first collegiate shutout, and had a 2.22 goals against and .928 save percentage. Northern Michigan again finished sixth in the CCHA and fell to Bowling Green in the first round for the second straight year. Coreau started the first and third games of the series, recording 31 saves in a 4-1 win in the first game before allowing four goals on 19 shots in a 4-1 loss in the decisive third game.

2012-13: Coreau appeared in all 38 games for Northern Michigan as a junior in what would be his final season of college hockey. He was 15-19-4 with 1 shutout and had a 2.70 goals against and .919 save percentage. The Wildcats finished 10th out of 11 teams in the final season of the CCHA and were swept by Michigan in a first round series. In April 2013 Coreau was signed by the Red Wings as a free agent to a three-year entry-level contract.

 

Talent Analysis

Big, athletic goaltender who occasionally relies on his quickness to bail himself out. Has worked on his technique since joining the Detroit organization, but still has room to improve.

 

Future

Coreau had a rough adjustment to the AHL in 2013-14 and ended up spending most of the season in the ECHL. He will likely once again spend the 2014-15 season in the ECHL battling Jake Paterson for the starting job and for the chance to stay in Detroit's long-term plans.

 

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