Adam Lowry, LW
Hometown: Calgary, AB, Canada
Drafted: 2011 by Winnipeg, 66th overall
January 2015 – In the month of January, Lowry managed to tally seven points (one goal, six assists) in 13 games. He has really settled into his own, showing he can play with the big boys. The biggest indicator his offensive opportunities are growing is he is starting to see some secondary powerplay time. His ice time has increased from 11-12 minutes at the beginning of the season to around 14-15 minutes now. Also, he's continuing to hit well and rack up a decent amount of penalty minutes. Kevin Won
November 2014 – 20 games in, Lowry only has a single goal. He has been piling on the hits though with 52 so far. He is mostly seeing time in a checking role, so do not expect the points to come just yet. Kevin Won
October 2014 – Adam Lowry has made the Winnipeg Jets out of training camp. The hulking 6-5 forward will start on the bottom six. Do not expect much production out of him as he will look to play more a defensive role for now. Kevin Won
April 2014 – Adam Lowry capped off a productive and responsible rookie professional season in the AHL with 17 goals and 16 assists (33 points) in 64 games.
April 2013 – Adam Lowry has been signed to a three-year entry level contract by the Winnipeg Jets as of April 16, 2013. Lowry had 45 goals and 88 points as the captain for the Swift Current Broncos (WHL) this season. He has been recalled to the American Hockey League's St. John's Ice Caps and registered a point in a half-dozen games. Brendan Ross
March 2013 – Lowry is currently sixth in the Western Hockey League in goals scored and 10th in points. This follows a season cut in half by injury in which Lowry had tallied 12 goals and 25 assists to go with 90 PIM in just 36 games. Lowry is an imposing left winger who can score, pass, skate and will not back down from anyone. The major concern with Lowry was how he would rebound from his wrist injury. His 21 game point streak (longest in the WHL this year) was a positive answer. Pete Richmere
February 2013 – Lowry has emerged this season as one of the top forwards in the WHL. In addition to his size, Lowry has shown the ability to put the puck in the back of the net and contribute to a hockey team in various ways. He has 36 goals and 74 points in 58 games this year, both career highs. Any success the Broncos have in the playoffs will come off the back of Lowry. He will definitely make the move up to the AHL next year and could even challenge for a spot on the big club with a good camp. Zenon Herasymiuk
November 2012 – Lowry is continuing his strong pace from last year and is turning a lot of heads in the process. He has 26 points in 25 games and has been a strong two-way player for the Broncos this year. His mix of size and power forward skill has made him a nightmare for opposing defenses. It is still early but it looks as though the Jets may have gotten excellent value for Lowry in the third round. Zenon Herasymiuk
March 2012 – It has been a bitter-sweet season for Adam Lowry. He has put up a solid point per game average with 37 points in 36 outings, but injuries have limited him to that many games. He has missed the majority of time due to a nagging wrist injury which still has him on the shelf. The big power forward should get a lot of playing time next year, and will be the face of the Swift Current Broncos.
Fantasy Outlook: C+
Still a chance he could work his way up to the second line, but fitting in nicely on the third line for now.
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