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Profile for Jeremy Helvig

Jeremy Helvig was the Hurricanes fifth-round selection in the 2016 NHL draft. Helvig played goalie for the Kingston Frontenacs in the Ontario Hockey League for the 2015-16 season. At 6 foot 4 inches tall and 202 pounds, Helvig has size similar to other ‘new NHL’ goalies. He is a draft re-entry player whose stock rose when he rebounded from a rough first year in the OHL in 2014-15 and played increasingly better as the 2015-16 season wore on. He won the OHL Eastern Conference’s Most Improved player award during the 2015-16 season.

Reading list of external articles about Jeremy Helvig

Neate Sager from Sportsnet discussed Helvig’s evolving role with Kingston in the 2015-16 season.

Doug Graham from Helvig’s hometown newspaper the Kingston Whig-Standard also wrote about Helvig’s improving 2015-16 season back in January.

Doug Graham from the Kingston Whig-Standard wrote about Helvig’s rising stock just before the NHL draft.

Finally, Doug Graham from the Kingston Whig-Standard then followed up with this article after Helvig was drafted by the Hurricanes.

Brock Otten from OHL Prospects offered a short profile for Helvig in his article profiling overage OHL prospects for the 2016 NHL draft.


See him on PNC Arena ice in a Hurricanes uniform for the first time this week on Wednesday and Thursday at 5:30pm for practices and Saturday at 12pm for the Hurricanes prospect camp scrimmage. Parking and admission are free; concessions are available but not free.


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