Jared Fiegl


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7th round (191st overall), 2014


203 lbs.

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2010-11: Jared Fiegl played for the Colorado Rampage U16 team as a 14-year-old. In 36 games he scored 6 goals and had 14 penalty minutes. He was selected by Des Moines in the 19th round (274th overall) in the 2011 USHL Entry Draft. 

2011-12: Fiegl spent his second season with the Colorado Rampage U16 team and was invited to the USA Hockey National Team Development Camp after captaining the USA U16 team at the 2012 Youth Olympic Games. He scored 11 goals with 11 assists and 28 penalty minutes in 30 games for the Rampage. Fiegl scored 1 goal with 1 assist and was minus-one with 8 penalty minutes in six games at the Youth Olympic Games. 

2012-13: Fiegl moved from Colorado to Ann Arbor, Michigan to skate for the USA Hockey NTDP U17 team and represented the USA in the 2013 World Hockey Challenge. In 56 games for the NTDP U17 team he scored 7 goals with 9 assists and 37 penalty minutes. Fiegl scored 1 goal with 2 assists and 2 penalty minutes in six games at the WHC as the USA U17 team won a bronze medal. 

2013-14: Fiegl returned to Ann Arbor for his second season in the NTDP and was part of the gold medal-winning USA U18 team at the World Junior Championship in Finland. He scored 2 goals with 4 assists and 26 penalty minutes in 45 games for the NTDP U18 team. Fiegl scored 1 goal and was +1 with 2 penalty minutes in seven games at the WJC. In February he committed to playing college hockey at Cornell in 2014-15. He was ranked 142nd amongst North American skaters in the Central Scouting final rankings and was selected by Arizona in the seventh round (191st overall) in the 2014 NHL Draft. 

2014-15: Fiegl played in 26 of 31 games for Cornell University as a freshman. Playing the same lower line, physical role for the Big Red that he did in the NTDP program and with the USA junior team, he scored 1 goal and was -4 with 39 penalty minutes. Cornell finished seventh in ECAC Hockey and was swept by Union College in a first-round conference playoff series. 

Talent Analysis

Fiegl has never been a goal scorer at any level. He is a decent-sized player who isn’t afraid to engage physically and has the tenacity and persistence to win puck battles throughout a game. His skating is below average and must improve.


Fiegl will return to Cornell University for his sophomore season during the 2015-16 season. Drafted as a long-range seventh-round project in 2014 primarily due to his size and competitiveness, he has some potential as a lower line energy, shutdown forward but must continue to address his skating. technical skills and tactical game to one day earn an entry-level contract.

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