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Jean-Sébastien Dea

Йеан-Сéбастиен Деа
  • Position: right wing
  • Player status: active player
  • Gender: male
  • Nationality: Canada
  • Birth date: 08.02.1994 (25 years)
  • Birth place: Laval, Quebec, Canada
  • Height: 180 cm / 5' 11"
  • Shoots: right
Player club stats
Season Team League # GP G A P PIM +/-
2018-19New Jersey DevilsNHL203256-1
2017-18Wilkes-Barre/ScrantonAHL (Play-off)30110-2
2017-18Pittsburgh PenguinsNHL510121
2016-17Wilkes-Barre/ScrantonAHL (Play-off)521342
2016-17Pittsburgh PenguinsNHL100020
2015-16Wilkes-Barre/ScrantonAHL (Play-off)1000018-6
2014-15Wilkes-Barre/ScrantonAHL (Play-off)400020
2014-15Wheeling NailersECHL1443762
2013-14Rouyn-Noranda HuskiesQMJHL (U20, Play-off)9639122
2013-14Rouyn-Noranda HuskiesQMJHL (U20)65492675534
2012-13Rouyn-Noranda HuskiesQMJHL (U20, Play-off)141292124-2
2012-13Rouyn-Noranda HuskiesQMJHL (U20)684540855921
2011-12Rouyn-Noranda HuskiesQMJHL (U20, Play-off)41230-5
2011-12Rouyn-Noranda HuskiesQMJHL (U20)5017153242-5

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Player carrer transfersShow all»
  1. 29 Nov 2018
    New Jersey DevilsarrowPittsburgh Penguins 
  2. 29 Sep 2018
    Pittsburgh PenguinsarrowNew Jersey Devils 
    Note: claimed off waivers

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