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Shea Theodore, D

Shoots: L

Height: 6’0

Weight: 170

Born: 1996-03-08

Hometown: Aldergrove, BC

Drafted: 2013 by Anaheim Ducks, 26th Overall








March 2014 - Shea Theodore has been named to the WHL first all-star team in the Western conference. His 79 points (22 goals and 57 assists) leads all defenceman in the WHL. The Thunderbirds will be starting the WHL Playoffs against the Silvertips, so look for Theodore to make a big impact in the playoffs this year.



January 2014 - Shea Theodore is having a fine season and leads the WHL in points with 60 points (19 goals and 44 assists) in 49 games. He is making his draft position (26) look like a bargain for the Ducks organization. Kevin Won



October 2013 - Theodore has started the year off strong with three goals and eight assists in his first six games along with a plus-five to start off the young season with the Seattle Thunderbirds. He signed an three-year entry level deal earlier this September and was among the second round of cuts at the Ducks' training camp. Kevin Won


April 2013 - Theodore is a high-end offensive force on the backend. Often compared to Mike Green of the Washington Capitals he possesses many of the same attributes. He can skate, score, play the point on the powerplay and can find the open areas on the ice with ease. He needs to work on his defensive game and put some more weight on as he is surprisingly undersized. Can skate like the wind and has a great range of motion and holds all the intangibles that most NHL clubs value in a young player. Bill Kellett


Fantasy Outlook: B-


Looks like a late 1st round/early 2nd round draft pick for the 2013 NHL Entry Draft. Still needs a little seasoning in junior but has progressed leaps and bounds since being drafted by the Seattle Thunderbirds in the 3rd round of the WHL Bantam draft.




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