Player Profile: Patrick Maroon

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Patrick Maroon was born on April 23, 1988, in St. Louis, Missouri. Maroon’s son Anthony Thomas-Maroon is a 15-year-old left-shot, left-wing playing for the St. Louis AAA Blues 15U team. Patrick played for the AAA Blues 18U team during the 2004-05 season, scoring ten goals with 15 assists in 30 games. During the 2005-06 season, Maroon played in the North American Hockey League for the Texarkana Bandits and was one of the league’s standouts with 23 goals and 37 assists in 57 games. The next season with the St. Louis Bandits, the 6-foot-3, 230-pound winger scored 40 goals with 55 assists in the regular season and contributed ten goals and 13 assists in 12 playoff games.

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Patrick Maroon Drafted in the Sixth Round of the 2007 NHL Draft

The Philadelphia Flyers selected Maroon in the sixth round of the 2007 NHL Draft just before Maroon was chosen by the London Knights in the Ontario Hockey League Draft. The big forward was the 30th left wing drafted in 2007, and only two players picked after Maroon have played more NHL games (Nick Bonino and Justin Braun). Maroon would play just one season with London and score 35 goals with 55 assists in 64 games before joining the Philadelphia Phantoms of the American Hockey League. Maroon’s 90 points were the most by a rookie in the OHL that season.

Maroon Gets Traded to the Anaheim Ducks

Patrick Maroon and David Laliberte were traded on November 21, 2010, to the Anaheim Ducks for Rob Bordson and Danny Syvret. Maroon joined the Syracuse Crunch of the AHL and scored 21 goals with 27 assists in 57 games during the 2010-11 season and was a point-per-game player the next season with 74 points in 75 games.

Patrick Maroon’s NHL Debut to Today

Maroon played in his first NHL game on October 25, 2011, in a game at Chicago, where he played 15:19 of ice time and collected two hits and two penalty minutes. On February 16, 2013, Maroon scored his first NHL goal at Nashville. On February 29, 2016, Maroon was traded to the Edmonton Oilers for Martin Gernat and a fourth-round draft pick. He would collect 89 points in 154 games with the Oilers. Almost two years to the day he was acquired, Maroon was traded to the New Jersey Devils for Joey Dudek and a third-round pick. In 17 games with the Devils, Maroon scored three goals. On July 9, 2018, Maroon signed with the St. Louis Blues and would win the Stanley Cup. The next off-season, Maroon signed with the Tampa Bay Lightning and won back-to-back Stanley Cups, making it three in a row. On July 2, 2023, Maroon was traded again, this time to the Minnesota Wild. The left wing was traded one more time to Boston on March 8, 2024, and spent the rest of the season with the Bruins. Currently, the 36-year-old forward is an unrestricted free agent.

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