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Sharks sign Center Jasper Weatherby

SAN JOSE, CA – San Jose Sharks (@SanJoseSharks) General Manager Doug Wilson announced today that the club has signed center Jasper Weatherby (@jasperweatherby) to a two-year contract. Per club policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed.


“Jasper’s performance at our development camp showcased his offensive skill, as well as his ability to utilize his size and strength to consistently win faceoffs,” said Wilson. “He was a top collegiate player last season and served in a leadership role for North Dakota on and off the ice. The ingredients he brings meshes well with the top young players who are emerging in our system. We would like to thank the North Dakota hockey program for all of their hard work in helping Jasper reach this stage of his career.”


Weatherby, 23, appeared in 29 games for the University of North Dakota, scoring 24 points (14 goals, 10 assists) with a plus-7 rating. Weatherby scored a goal in seven straight games from Jan. 29 to Feb. 26 (eight goals, four assists) and registered a point in eight consecutive games from Jan. 29 to Mar. 5 (eight goals, five assists). He finished second on the team in goals (T-11th NCAA) and was tied for fourth in points. Weatherby helped North Dakota reach the NCAA Ice Hockey Championships as the #1 seed in the Fargo Division.


Over his collegiate career, Weatherby spent three seasons with North Dakota, recording 47 points (27 goals, 20 assists) in 100 career games. During his time with North Dakota, he helped the team win back-to-back regular season NCHC championships and a 2021 NCHC Championship after defeating St. Cloud State in the finals. He also served as an NCHC hockey representative for College Hockey for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.


Prior to his collegiate career, Weatherby played in the British Columbia Hockey League (BCHL) for the Wenatchee Wild scoring 106 points (49 goals, 57 assists) in 104 games. He led the league in goals (37) and points (74) during the 2017-18 season, helping the Wild win the BCHL Championship. He earned the Vern Dye Memorial Trophy as the regular season Most Valuable Player and named a First Team All-Star.


The six-foot-four, 222-pound native of Ashland, Oregon was selected by San Jose in the 2018 NHL Draft (fourth round, 102nd overall).

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