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Joe Colborne

26-Year-Old Center – Free Agent

2015-16 NHL Stats

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19

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25

PP Pts

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-9

PIM

27

2015-16 NHL Projections

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2015-16 Fantasy Hockey Outlook

Despite playing through a wrist injury late in the year and missing extended time throughout the 2014-15 campaign, Colborne still matched his career high with 28 points in 64 games. He carved out a nice spot on the Flames' second line and ended up contributing more on the of...

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SHOOTS: Left   HT: 6' 5"   WT: 221   DOB: 1/30/1990   BORN: Calgary, Alberta   DRAFTED: 1st Rd, #16 Overall in 2008   Show ContractHide Contract

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Joe Colborne Contract Information:

Signed a two-year, $2.55 million contract extension with Calgary in July of 2014.

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Colborne will not be receiving a qualifying offer from the Flames, making him a free agent, James Mirtle of TSN reports.

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Joe Colborne NHL Stats
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Season Age League Team GP G A Pts +/- PIM SOG SH% GWG SHG TOI/G G A Pts TOI/G Hits BS
2010-11 20 NHL TOR 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 0.0 0 0 18:41 0 0 0 4:23 0 1
2011-12 21 NHL TOR 10 1 4 5 2 4 7 14.3 0 0 13:41 0 0 0 0:38 20 8
2012-13 22 NHL TOR 5 0 0 0 -1 2 4 0.0 0 0 9:07 0 0 0 0:11 11 0
2013-14 23 NHL CGY 80 10 18 28 -17 34 80 12.5 1 0 14:16 1 3 4 1:25 129 33
2014-15 24 NHL CGY 64 8 20 28 7 43 67 11.9 1 1 15:25 1 4 5 1:46 158 35
2015-16 25 NHL CGY 73 19 25 44 -9 27 100 19.0 2 0 15:10 3 2 5 2:02 122 28
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Joe Colborne – Playing Time Overview

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2015-16 Time On Ice Stats

15:10

Average Time On Ice

On average, Joe Colborne was on the ice for 15:10.

2:02

Average Power Play Time On Ice

On average, Joe Colborne was on the ice for 2:02 during power plays.

0:16

Average Short-Handed Time On Ice

On average, Joe Colborne was on the ice for 0:16 while the team was short-handed.

Year Ice Time Power Play Short-Handed
2013-14 14:16 1:25 0:16
2014-15 15:25 1:46 0:56
2015-16 15:10 2:02 0:16

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2015-16 NHL Game Log   Joe Colborne
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Joe Colborne: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

Colborne recorded a power-play tally, two helpers and a plus-2 rating in Thursday's 7-3 victory over the Canucks.

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Colborne picked up two assists and went minus-2 in Tuesday's 5-4 loss to the Kings.

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Colborne scored his 18th goal of the season and had an assist in Saturday's win over the Oilers.

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Colborne dished out two assists while skating to a minus-1 rating in Wednesday's 8-3 loss to the Ducks.

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Colborne recorded a goal and an assist in a 5-2 win against Arizona on Monday.

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Colborne scored his sixth goal in the last nine games with a marker in Monday's 5-2 loss to Toronto.

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Colborne scored and dished out an assist on the power play in Sunday's 4-1 win over Montreal.

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Colborne opened the scoring Wednesday, then added an assist later in the first period and finished plus-2 with three hits in a 4-1 win over Winnipeg.

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Colborne found twine and added an assist in Saturday's 4-2 win over the Penguins.

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Colborne potted his ninth goal of the season and had an assist in Friday's win over the Canucks.

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Colborne (undisclosed) will return to the lineup Wednesday against Carolina, Kristen Odland of the Calgary Herald reports.

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Colborne (undisclosed) is not on the ice for pregame warmups, indicating he won't play Wednesday against Nashville, Wes Gilbertson of the Calgary Sun reports.

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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks

2015-16

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2014-15

After toiling in the minors for three years, Colborne received his first shot at a full NHL season in 2013-14 and had 28 points in 80 games. He was rewarded with a two-year contract for his efforts and while he's not a huge fantasy contributor, he could be a top-six forward when the 2014-15 season rolls around.

2013-14

Colborne earned the nickname Little Joe when he went into the Bruins' system because their fans wanted him to be the next Joe Thornton. No chance. He's decent enough, but the clock is ticking on this gentle, playmaking giant. Yes, he's only 23, but he has just 16 NHL games under his belt. That pales in comparison to fellow 2008 first rounders like Steven Stamkos, Drew Doughty, Alex Pietrangelo, Jordan Eberle, Erik Karlsson and even Cody Hodgson. He inked a one-year deal with the Leafs this offseason and he'll be lucky to earn a third-line gig this season. He probably won't be worth your while unless you're in the deepest and largest of leagues.

2012-13

Colborne's immediate future -- at least with the Buds -- lies on the wing. He's a natural center, but that spot is crowded in Toronto. So he'll battle in camp with Nazem Kadri and Matt Frattin for a job on the third line. His theoretical upside remains high -- there aren't many 6-5 centers with hands like his. But he still has some growing to do as a player. He remains a keeper option, but he won't bring value in single-year formats. Expect him to start the season with the Marlies.

2011-12

Little Joe is a big man blessed with extraordinary hands, deceptive speed and high hockey IQ. Trouble is, he's also been lumped into that 'unengaged' big man category -- why is it that big guys often seem like they're dogging it when they're not? He's working on his two-way skills and he's growing into a top-six future. He should start the season in the AHL but the Buds could keep him up. He won't contribute much in single-year leagues but his keeper value is strong. He's not only huge but he can play both wing and center, and could end up on the top line in three or four years. Not a bad keeper at all.

2010-11

Colborne, whose natural position is center, is poised to start his first full season as a pro as a wing. The Bruins are deep at center, so in terms of team needs and for Colborne to get on the fast track to the NHL, him playing on the wing makes a ton of sense. To that end, he played most of his sophomore season at the University of Denver and in six games for AHL Providence at the end of 2009-10, on the wing. Colborne, who weighed 190 pounds when he was drafted, has gotten bigger -- he's up to 6-5/215 -- and has improved his skating since then, which has helped him add some physicality to his game. He's no slouch with the puck and while Colborne isn't expected to crack the Bruins' roster to start the 2010-11 season, he could buck the odds and stick, as Blake Wheeler did a couple of years back.

2009-10

The Bruins’ 2008 first-rounder had a successful freshman year at the University of Denver this past season, playing in all 40 games and racking up 10 goals and 21 assists. Colborne, who now checks in at 6-6, 206, has excellent skills for a big man, with the knock on him being that he is more of a perimeter player that shies away from contact. He still needs some time to develop, but comparisons to Joe Thornton are not completely unfounded.