Player Profile: Trevor Jameson
Trevor Jameson is a Canadian professional ice hockey player, currently playing for the LA Knights of the International Hockey Association.
Jameson was drafted third overall by the LA Knights, following a stellar junior career that saw him captain the Canadian World Juniors team twice, and lead his WCHL team to the championship once. Jameson is noted for his superior on-ice vision and his prowess as a playmaker. While he tends to pass more than shoot, he is also an excellent shot, converting on a high number of scoring chances. He was highly sought after in the draft, although an injury during the final few months of WCHL play before the draft allowed other prospects to surpass him in the rankings.
His rookie season cemented his status as an up-and-coming star in the league. He played well for the Knights and earned a place on the opening night roster. He played particularly well on the penalty kill unit, where his defensive skills were put to the test. He served as the anchor for the Green-Jameson-MacArthur line, which scored the majority of Knights’ goals in the second half of the IHA season.
Jameson has one younger sister. He lives in LA with his two cats, Mittens and Pancake.
Jameson has represented Canada twice at the Junior World Championships and once at the World Championships.