Jeremy Langlois

Hometown:

Tempe Arizona

Currently Playing In:

Pro

Birthday:

1990-06-02

Position:

C

Eligible for draft:

2008

Shoots:

Right

Drafted:

Height:

6-0

Acquired:

Signed as free agent, 2015.

Weight:

175 lbs.

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History

2006-07: Jeremy Langlois played for the Phoenix Polar Bears junior team in the Western States Hockey League as a 16-year-old. He scored 32 goals with 41 assists and 51 penalty minutes in 45 regular season games and tallied 2 goals with 2 assists and 6 penalty minutes in six playoff games.

2007-08: Langlois returned to the Phoenix Polar Bears for his second WSHL season. He scored 30 goals with 54 assists and 47 penalty minutes in 47 regular season games and scored 4 goals with 10 assist and 2 penalty minutes in six playoff games.

2008-09: Langlois skated for the New Jersey Hitmen in the Eastern Junior Hockey League. He was the team’s leading scorer with 35 goals and 47 assists and had 16 penalty minutes in 45 regular season games. The Hitmen finished first in the Southern Division and captured the EJHL playoff title. Langlois scored 6 goals with 5 assists and 4 penalty minutes in seven playoff games.
In March 2009 he committed to playing college hockey at Quinnipiac University in 2009-10. Langlois was ranked 121st amongst North American skaters in the Central Scouting final rankings but was not selected in his second year of draft eligibility.

2009-10: Langlois played in all 40 games for Quinnipiac University as a freshman and was the team’s sixth-leading scorer. He scored 8 goals with 12 assists and was -5 with 18 penalty minutes. The Bobcats finished seventh in ECAC Hockey and lost to Union in a three-game quarterfinal series after winning the first game of the series in five overtimes.

2010-11: Langlois led Quinnipiac with 18 goals as a sophomore. He had 5 assists and was +4 with 16 penalty minutes in 39 games. Quinnipiac finished tied with Clarkson for seventh place in ECAC Hockey. The Bobcats defeated Brown in the first round before falling to Cornell, 3-2, in overtime in the decisive third game of their quarterfinal series

2011-12: Langlois was the leading goal scorer for Quinnipiac for the second straight season. He scored 17 goals with 9 assists and was +4 with 18 penalty minutes in 35 games in his junior season. The Bobcats tied Colgate for fourth place in ECAC Hockey and lost to the Raiders in a three-game quarterfinal series.

2012-13: Langlois attended prospect camp with the Vancouver Canucks before returning to Quinnipiac for his senior season. He was the leading scorer for the Bobcats, scoring 13 goals with 18 assists and finishing +13 with 32 penalty minutes in 42 games. Quinnipiac finished first in ECAC Hockey in the regular season and, after an upset loss to Brown in the conference semifinals, defeated Yale, 3-0, in the league’s third place game. The Bobcats swept Canisius and Union in the NCAA East Regional to reach the Frozen Four. After defeating St. Cloud State, 4-1, Quinnipiac lost to Yale, 4-0 in the championship game.

2013-14: Langlois attended training camp with the Columbus Blue Jackets before signing an AHL contract with Springfield. He skated in five games for the Falcons and was -4 with no points nor penalties, spending most of the year with the ECHL’s Evansville Icemen before being acquired by Islanders’ AHL affiliate Bridgeport in March 2014. He scored 2 goals with 2 assists and was -2 with 2 penalty minutes in seven AHL regular season games with the Sound Tigers, finishing the year with the ECHL’s Stockton Thunder. Langlois scored 16 goals with 36 assists in 49 games with Evansville prior to the trade. He scored 3 goals with 5 assists and was +3 in seven regular season games with Stockton and was +4 with 4 goals and 5 assists in three playoff games.

2014-15: Langlois attended training camp with San Jose before signing an AHL contract with Sharks’ AHL affiliate Worcester. Missing time due to injury, he scored 16 goals with 10 assists in 42 regular season games with Worcester. The Sharks finished third in the Atlantic Division, falling to Hershey in four games in a best-of-five playoff series. Langlois had 1 assist and was -3 with 15 penalty minutes in four playoff games. San Jose signed Langlois to a one-year contract as a free agent in June 2015.

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