Jakob Chychrun

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Jakob Chychrun
Chychrun with the Ottawa Senators in 2023
Born (1998-03-31) March 31, 1998 (age 25)
Boca Raton, Florida, U.S.
Height 6 ft 2 in (188 cm)
Weight 205 lb (93 kg; 14 st 9 lb)
Position Defence
Shoots Left
NHL team
Former teams
Ottawa Senators
Arizona Coyotes
NHL Draft 16th overall, 2016
Arizona Coyotes
Playing career 2016–present

Jakob Chychrun (/ˈɪkrən/ CHIK-rən; born March 31, 1998) is an American–Canadian professional ice hockey defenceman for the Ottawa Senators of the National Hockey League (NHL).[1] He was drafted 16th overall by the Arizona Coyotes at the 2016 NHL Entry Draft.

Early and personal life[edit]

Chychrun was born and raised in Boca Raton, Florida.[2] His father, Jeff, is a former defenceman who played for eight seasons in the NHL. He is also the nephew of Luke Richardson, a former NHL defenceman and current head coach of the Chicago Blackhawks. His mother is Nancy Chychrun, and he has a sister, Taylor.[3][4][5] He is a dual American–Canadian citizen of Ukrainian and Jewish descent.[6][7] He attended American Heritage School in Boca Raton from Pre-kindergarten to ninth grade.[2] After his cousin Daron died by suicide, Chychrun established the 'Do It For Daron' movement to raise awareness and spark conversations about suicide and youth mental health.[8]

Playing career[edit]

Minor hockey[edit]

Chychrun started playing hockey in his home state of Florida with the Junior Everblades and the Florida Jr. Panthers organizations. When Chychrun was 13, he joined the Little Caesars hockey organization in Detroit, Michigan, where he played very well during his major bantam season. At the time, he continued living and practising in Florida, travelling to Michigan on the weekends to play. The following season he remained with Little Caesars, playing for their U16 team.[9]

In 2013, Chychrun was drafted by the Youngstown Phantoms in the USHL draft. USA Hockey implemented a rule requiring 15-year-old players to receive a special exemption to play junior hockey. Chychrun applied for one but was denied.[10] As a result, Chychrun moved to Toronto and played his minor midget season for the Toronto Jr. Canadiens in the Greater Toronto Hockey League.

Major junior[edit]

Chychrun during his tenure with the Sarnia Sting.

Following his outstanding GTHL season, Chychrun was selected first overall by the Sarnia Sting in the 2014 OHL Priority Selection.[11] He played 12 games with the Sting during the 2014–15 season before suffering a shoulder injury. He subsequently missed eight weeks, including the 2014 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge, before returning to the lineup on December 19.[7] As a member of the Sting, Chychrun attended Northern Collegiate Institute and Vocational School and was recognized as the West Division Academic Player of the Month for November 2014.[12] Upon returning from his injury, Chychrun tallied five goals and 10 points through his first eight games.[7] In January, Chychrun was named an alternate captain alongside Stephen Pierog and Daniel Nikandrov.[13] Despite missing 22 games, Chychrun quickly tallied 22 points in 26 games played to rank in the 13 in OHL Rookie scoring by February 3.[14] He finished the season with 16 goals and 33 points through 42 games[15] to earn nominations for the Emms Family Award, the Max Kaminsky Trophy, and the Red Tilson Trophy.[16] He was also voted onto the 2014-15 OHL All-Rookie First Team.[17] He earned these honours despite missing the final 26 games of the regular season and the OHL 2015 playoffs because of an upper-body injury.[15]

Chychrun returned to the Sting for the 2015–16 season as an assistant captain.[18] By October 21, Chychrun had registered one goal, five assists, and a plus-6 rating through his first 10 games and was selected to participate in the 2015 CHL Canada-Russia Series.[15] In his first year as a draft-eligible player, Chychrun received an A rating from NHL Central Scouting Bureau in November and was expected to be one of the top three players picked at the 2016 NHL Entry Draft.[19] He was eventually drafted by the Arizona Coyotes in the first round, sixteenth overall.[20] This was far lower than expected; prior to the start of the 2015–16 season, Chychrun was regarded as a top three selection.[1]

Arizona Coyotes[edit]

On July 30, 2016, Chychrun concluded his OHL career and signed a three-year, NHL entry-level contract with the Coyotes.[21] Following the signing, he was one of 29 prospects who participated in the Coyotes 2016–17 Rookie Camp at Gila River Arena.[22] After impressing at the rookie camp, he participated in the Coyotes preseason. During his first two preseason games, he averaged 22 minutes of ice time and played a physical game while also tallying points.[23] Due to his impressive play, Chychrun subsequently became the youngest player in Coyotes history to make his NHL debut with the team at 18 years and 198 days.[24][25] As a result of his age, Chychrun would not be eligible to play in the American Hockey League for the 2016–17 season if the Coyotes wished to move him.[25] On October 15, 2016, Chychrun became the third-youngest player to skate in a game for the Coyotes/Winnipeg Jets franchise.[26] He tallied his first career NHL point, an assist, in his debut game to lift the Coyotes to a 4–3 win over the Philadelphia Flyers.[27] After playing 12:09 in the season opener, he was a healthy scratch for the second game.[28] Chychrun later scored his first NHL goal on October 20, 2016, against Carey Price of the Montreal Canadiens.[29] He finished the month of October with one goal and two assists through his first seven NHL games.[28] After a month with the Coyotes, the Coyotes announced Chychrun would remain with the team for the rest of the season.[1] Chychrun often played on the third defence pair with Luke Schenn.[30] In December, Chychrun missed one game due to an upper-body injury but played 17:23 in his return to the lineup on December 27.[31] Chychrun continued to be made a healthy scratch throughout the season and he sat out four consecutive games in early to mid-February.[32] Following these scratches, he improved offensively and notched a goal and two assists for his first three-point game on March 11. This increased his points tally to six goals in 54 games and ranked him second among first-year defensemen.[33] He later scored his seventh goal of the season on March 16 to extend the Coyotes points streak to five games.[34] Chychrun finished his rookie season tied for second among first-year NHL defensemen with seven goals and seventh for points with 20.[35] He subsequently became the first Coyotes rookie defenseman since 2005–06 to score this many points,[36] which was also the third highest by a rookie defenseman in team history.[37] He also ranked fifth on the team with 99 blocked shots.[36]

During the 2017 off-season, Chychrun underwent knee surgery after suffering an injury during off-season training.[38] Following the surgery, he went to Philadelphia for rehabbing and returned to skating and full practice in mid-October.[39] Despite this, he was assigned to the Coyotes' American Hockey League (AHL) affiliate, the Tucson Roadrunners for conditioning purposes on November 28.[37] He did not play a game for the Roadrunners before being recalled to the NHL level on December 3.[40] He made his NHL season debut that night, scoring a goal in 22:40 minutes of ice time in a 3–2 loss to the Vegas Golden Knights.[41] Chychrun subsequently tallied four goals and 10 assists through 50 games while averaging 20:15 of ice time. His season was cut short again after he was ruled out for the remainder of the season on April 4 after suffering a torn ACL.[42]

Chychrun with the Arizona Coyotes in 2019.

Chychrun underwent surgery to repair his torn ACL in the 2018 off-season but was ruled eligible to play for the 2018–19 season.[43] Prior to his season debut on November 13, the Coyotes signed Chychrun to a six-year contract extension.[24] He returned to the lineup that night but failed to help his team beat the Detroit Red Wings. Following the game, the Coyotes maintained an 8–8–1 record after beginning the season with five straight wins.[44] However, his return was shortlived as he suffered another upper-body injury before his second game of the season.[45] Chychrun scored an assist in his return to the lineup on November 21 as the Coyotes fell to the Golden Knights in overtime.[46] He also missed four more games in late January and early February due to a lower-body injury. Despite missing 22 games, Chychrun ranked fourth among Arizona defensemen with 11 points by February 9.[47] As the season continued, Chychrun served as a healthy scratch for numerous games.[48][49] He finished the season tying his career high with 20 points through 53 games[50] as the Coyotes failed to qualify for the 2019 Stanley Cup playoffs.[51]

During the 2019 off-season, Chychrun spent one month in Florida and then the rest of the summer at a cottage just outside of Ottawa. As he was battling tendinitis in his knee, he took off a month to let it recover before starting training.[50] For the second time in his NHL career, Chychrun was named to the Coyote's opening night roster for the 2019–20 season.[52] He played in his 200th career NHL game in a 4–2 win over the Columbus Blue Jackets on December 3.[53] The team continued to improve and they climbed to the top of the Pacific Division in early December with 38 points.[54] By February 11, Chychrun had maintained a career-best four game point streak and tied for fifth on the team in goals scored. He also ranked eighth among NHL defenseman in goals scored with 12 and tied for second in power play goals scored with five.[55] This quickly accumulated into seven points through eight games in February[56] before he suffered a lower-body injury on February 20.[57] He subsequently missed seven games before the NHL paused play due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[58] At the time of the pause, Chychrun had tallied a career-high 12 goals and 26 points through 63 games.[59] When the season resumed, Chychrun was healthy enough to join the Coyotes for the 2020 Stanley Cup Qualifiers against the Nashville Predators.[58] Prior to the start of the Qualifiers, Coyotes general manager and president of hockey operations John Chayka quit and was replaced by his assistant, Steve Sullivan.[60] Chychrun made his NHL postseason debut in Game 1 as the Coyotes beat the Predators 4–3.[61] The Coyotes swept the Predators in four games to advance to the Western Conference Quarterfinals against the Colorado Avalanche.[62] The Coyotes were eventually eliminated by the Avalanche in five games.[59]

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020–21 NHL season was shortened and it started in January.[63] For the second straight season, Chychrun was named to the Coyotes opening night roster as a healthy player.[64] Chychrun began the season strong, registering four multi-point games by February 22 to rank second in scoring among West Division defensemen with 13 points.[65] By March 9, he had tallied his seventh goal of the season to rank third among NHL defensemen across the league.[66] Later that month, he became the second youngest defenseman in Coyotes history to record 100 points with the team.[67] On April 4, Chychrun scored his first career hat trick in a 3–2 overtime victory against the Anaheim Ducks. He thus became the third defenseman in NHL history to score all three of his team's goals with the third coming in overtime.[68] After adding two assists the following game, Chychrun set a new single season, career-high in points with 27.[69] Later in April, he led all NHL defensemen with 14 goals, one more than Darnell Nurse of the Edmonton Oilers.[70] Chychrun finished the season leading all defensemen with 18 goals and tied for 10th in points in 56 games. He finished 10th in the James Norris Memorial Trophy voting, an award given to the league’s best defenseman.[71]

Ottawa Senators[edit]

On March 1, 2023, the Coyotes traded Chychrun to the Ottawa Senators in exchange for a conditional first-round pick in the 2023 NHL Entry Draft, a conditional second-round pick in the 2024 NHL Entry Draft, and a second-round pick in the 2026 NHL Entry Draft.[72] On March 25 in a game against the Tampa Bay Lightning, Chychrun was injured falling into the boards. Initially, it was thought he would miss only a couple of weeks,[73] but ended up missing the rest of the season.[74]

International play[edit]

Chychrun competed with Team Ontario at the 2014 World U-17 Hockey Challenge where he scored four points in five games.[75] He was the first minor midget player to play for Team Ontario at the tournament.[76]

Career statistics[edit]

Regular season and playoffs[edit]

Regular season Playoffs
Season Team League GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM
2013–14 Toronto Jr. Canadiens GTHL 29 16 27 43 28 14 5 8 13 16
2014–15 Sarnia Sting OHL 42 16 17 33 37
2015–16 Sarnia Sting OHL 62 11 38 49 51 7 2 6 8 8
2016–17 Arizona Coyotes NHL 68 7 13 20 47
2017–18 Arizona Coyotes NHL 50 4 10 14 16
2018–19 Arizona Coyotes NHL 53 5 15 20 28
2019–20 Arizona Coyotes NHL 63 12 14 26 38 9 1 0 1 8
2020–21 Arizona Coyotes NHL 56 18 23 41 42
2021–22 Arizona Coyotes NHL 47 7 14 21 47
2022–23 Arizona Coyotes NHL 36 7 21 28 22
2022–23 Ottawa Senators NHL 12 2 3 5 8
NHL totals 385 62 113 175 248 9 1 0 1 8


Year Team Event Result GP G A Pts PIM
2014 Canada Ontario U17 5th 5 1 3 4 4
2016 Canada WJC18 4th 7 1 3 4 8
Junior totals 12 2 6 8 12

Awards and honours[edit]

Honors Year Ref
Jack Ferguson Award 2014 [77]

See also[edit]


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