Jordan Binnington

St. Louis Blues
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Fantasy Summary

Current 2018-2019 NHL streak is making him look like a legit NHL Starter

Fantasy Upside 7.5
NHL Certainty 8.5
Country CAN
Position G
Roster Type NHL
Shoot/Glove Left
Date of Birth July 11, 1993
Height 6‘1”
Weight 174 lbs
Drafted 2011 Round 3; Overall: 88


June 2018 – What started out as a less than ideal situation, Binnington had one hell of a season. The Blues had to send Binnington to the Providence Bruins due to a lack of room elsewhere in the AHL and the 24 year old made the most of it. The  goalie prospect dressed for 28 games and put up a .926 save percentage. The Blues don’t have an immediate need for one of their goalie prospects to take up the reigns but Binnington continues to prove to be more then capable to be reliable between the posts. Josh Epstein

September 2017 – Binnington played in 32 games for the Chicago Wolves, posting a record of 16-7-8 with a .911 sv% and a GAA of 2.71. On July 24, 2017, Binnington signed a one year extension.   Binnington’s path to the NHL with St. Louis will be difficult, as Ville Husso seems to have moved ahead of Binnington in the Blues depth chart.  In the near term Binnington is unlikely to be making an NHL impact; but in the longer term he could become a viable backup for an NHL team.  One caveat is Binnington is the kind of goalie prospect who can quickly move from irrelevant to hot prospect with a single impressive AHL season. Doug Abrams

July 2016 – Binnington and the Blues have come to terms on a deal that will keep the pending RFA in the fold for another year. It’s shaping up to be quite the battle for playing time in Chicago of the AHL with Binnington, Husso and Copley all looking to claim the crease as theirs. Brad Phillips

June 2016 – For the second consecutive year, Binnington split goaltending duties for the Chicago Wolves, this time with Pheonix Copley. He saw slightly more action than his counterpart playing in 41 games amassing a 17-18-5 record with a 2.85 GAA, 0.907 SVS and a single shutout. All of these numbers were down from the previous year, a reflection of the fact that the Wolves were an inferior team to the 2014-15 incarnation. The highlight of the year for Binnington was getting his first, albeit brief, NHL action playing 13 minutes, allowing one goal on four shots. Sporting good size and excellent reflexes, he’s in a good situation in that the Blues don’t have a true #1 goalie at the big league level. With him, Husso and Copley all in the pipeline, the battle over who will emerge should prove to be fierce in the coming years. Brad Phillips

June 2014 – Binnington spent the majority of his first pro season in the ECHL due to Jake Allen being the dominant figure in the AHL crease for the St. Louis organization. He performed well in Kalamazoo, earning a 23-13-3 record with a .922 save percentage. With Allen ready to make the jump to the NHL, look for Binnington to spend all of next year in the AHL. Eric Daoust

June 2013 – Binnington finished the season with career-highs in games played (50), wins (32), GAA (2.17) and save percentage (.932). His efforts were recognized when he was named OHL goaltender of the year. He turns 20 in July so there is still going to be a couple years of development ahead but he is emerging as a potential star goaltender. Eric Daoust

January 2013 – Binnington has gathered a nice plethora of awards early on in his career. He was named the CHL Memorial Cup Most Outstanding Goaltender when he backstopped his Owen Sound Attack to a 2010 OHL Championship. Binnington recently represented Canada at the 2013 WJHC and played well in relief of Malcolm Subban on the big stage.  He is currently in the middle of a strong OHL campaign where he leads all puck stoppers in save percentage (.934%) and should gain valuable experience as his strong Owen Sound Attack team looks to go deep into the playoffs.  Brendan Ross


 Season Team League GP GAA SVS%      Playoffs GP GAA SVS%
 2008-2009 Vaughan Kings Minor Midget AAA GTMMHL 22 2.55 - |        
  Vaughan Kings Minor Midget AAA OHL Cup 3 1.33 - |        
  Toronto Dixie Beehives OJHL 1 3.05 .923 |        
 2009-2010 Owen Sound Attack OHL 22 4.38 .889 |        
 2010-2011 Owen Sound Attack OHL 46 3.05 .899 | Playoffs 7 3.21 .897
  Owen Sound Attack M-Cup 4 1.42 .951 |        
 2011-2012 Owen Sound Attack OHL 39 2.99 .906 | Playoffs 2 5.00 .863
  Peoria Rivermen AHL 1 3.02 .921 |        
 2012-2013 Owen Sound Attack OHL 50 2.17 .932 | Playoffs 12 2.81 .916
  OHL All-Stars Jr Super Series 2 2.08 .889 |        
  Canada U20 WJC-20 2 6.82 .871 |        
 2013-2014 Chicago Wolves AHL 1 2.78 .912 |        
  Kalamazoo Wings ECHL 40 2.35 .922 | Playoffs 3 1.88 .946
 2014-2015 Chicago Wolves AHL 45 2.35 .916 | Playoffs 5 2.16 .938
 2015-2016 St. Louis Blues NHL 1 4.69 .750 |        
  Chicago Wolves AHL 41 2.85 .907 |        
 2016-2017 Chicago Wolves AHL 32 2.71 .911 | Playoffs 2 1.86 .950
 2017-2018 St. Louis Blues NHL 0 - - |        
  Providence Bruins AHL 28 2.05 .926 | Playoffs 3 4.39 .865
 2018-2019 St. Louis Blues NHL 32 1.89 .927 | Playoffs 18 2.44 .912
  San Antonio Rampage AHL 16 2.08 .927 |