San Jose Sharks
San Jose Sharks
Chris Tierney
HEIGHT: 6' 0"
BIRTHDATE: 07/01/1994
AGE: 21
DRAFTED: SJS: 2012-55 overall

2014-15: Led Sharks rookies in assists (15) and ranked 2nd in points (21)...Ranked 6th amongst NHL rookies in points after the trading deadline (March 2), and was tied for the team lead in points (14)...Posted two assists in his first 15 games before finishing the season with 19 points (6-13=19) in his final 28 games of the season...Had a five-game point streak (2- 4=6) from April 1 vs. Colorado to April 9 at Edmonton...Had a three-game point streak (2-2=4) from March 23 at Ottawa to March 28 at Philadelphia...Picked up an assist on March 19 vs. Toronto...Registered an assist on March 12 vs. Nashville...Picked up an assist on March 9 vs. Pittsburgh..Scored a goal on March 3 at Vancouver...Registered an assist on Feb. 19 at Dallas...Picked up a pair of assists and was +2 on Feb. 7 vs. Carolina...Scored his first NHL goal, added an assist, and was +2 on Feb. 5 at Vancouver...Posted 8-21=29 in 29 games with Worcester (AHL)...Was T-2nd on Worcester in assists and 1st in points per game at the time of his recall...Had three shots, four takeaways, and was 70% from the faceoff circle on Oct. 25 vs. Buffalo...Picked up an assist and turned in a +1 rating on Oct. 14 at Washington...Made his NHL debut and recorded his first NHL point (assist) on Oct. 8 at Los Angeles

2013-14: 2014-15 will be his first professional season…Voted OHL Western Conference’s Smartest Player in OHL Coaches Poll…Ranked 1st on London (OHL) in goals (40), 2nd in points (89) and third in assists (49) as the Knights captain…Ranked T-10th in the league in goals and T-12th in points…Represented the OHL in the Subway Super Series…Led London in playoff scoring with 17 points (6-11=17) and was T-9th in the OHL in playoff assists…Posted one assist in three Memorial Cup contests.

2012-13: Set OHL career highs in games played (68), goals (18), assists (37) and points (57)…5th on London (OHL) in points…Averaged a point-per-game pace in 21 playoff games and set playoff career highs in goals (6), assists (15) and points (21)…Helped London win its second consecutive OHL Championship and posted 1-2=3 in five Memorial Cup games…2011-12: 6th on team in plus/minus (+25)…Primarily playing on the third line, finished T-8th on the team in assists (23)…5th on the team in playoff goals (5).

3rd in points amongst team rookies (3-8=11).