Mike Robinson

Hometown:

Bedford New Hampshire

Currently Playing In:

Junior

Birthday:

1997-03-27

Position:

G

Eligible for draft:

2015

Catches:

Left

Drafted:

2015

Height:

6-4

Acquired:

3rd Round (86th overall), 2015

Weight:

201 lbs.

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History

2013-14: Mike Robinson played for the Boston Junior Bruins in the Metropolitan Junior Hockey League as a 16-year-old. In 25 games he had a 1.99 goals against and .934 save percentage.

2014-15: Robinson committed to playing college hockey at the University of New Hampshire in 2016-17 in August before playing his first season of prep school hockey at Lawrence Academy. He also played for the Boston Junior Rangers’ EHL junior team. Robinson started every game for Lawrence Academy as a junior, finishing with a 3.52 goals against and .902 save percentage. In eight games for the Junior Rangers he was 4-4 with a 2.35 goals against and .937 save percentage. Robinson was invited to the USA Hockey Warren Strelow Goalie Camp in May. He was selected by Rimouski in the eighth round (128th overall) in the QMJHL Entry Draft and chosen by Lincoln in the seventh round (102nd overall) in the USHL Entry Draft. Robinson was ranked eighth amongst North American goalies in the Central Scouting final rankings and was selected by San Jose in the third round (86th overall) in the 2015 NHL Draft.

Future

Robinson is slated to play for the Boston Junior Bruins in the USPHL Premier league in 2015-16. He is currently out after suffering a broken wrist and is expected to return sometime in January 2016. He is committed to playing college hockey at the University of New Hampshire and is still fairly early in the development process so his long-range potential is largely unknown at this point.

2015 NHL Draft: San Jose Sharks draft review

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Photo: Timo Meier nearly tripled his scoring in his second year with Halifax, making the Swiss power winger a logical selection at ninth overall (courtesy of Jeff Vinnick/NHLI via Getty Images)

 

 

After one of the worst franchise finishes in recent memory, the San Jose Sharks went into the 2015 NHL Draft with their highest selection since 2009. This was a big draft for the organization not only because of the quality of the 9th overall pick in this highly-touted draft class, but because of the sheer abundance of picks the team had to try and turn their tides of fortune around.

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