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{{Infobox ice hockey player|birth_date = June 14, 1988|birth_place = [[Orleans]], [[Ontario]], [[Canada]]|height_in = 1|height_ft = 6|weight_lbs = 185|position = [[Defenceman]]|shot = Right|team = retired|league = |former_teams = '''''ETAMMHL'''''<br>Richmond Hill Stars Midget AAA<br>'''''OHL'''''<br>[[Kingston Frontenacs]]<br>[[Kitchener Rangers]]<br>[[Windsor Spitfires]]<br>'''''USports'''''<br>[[New Brunswick Reds|Univ. of New Brunswick]]<br>'''''ECHL'''''<br>[[Wheeling Nailers]]|draft = 95th overall|draft_year = 2006|draft_team = [[Chicago Blackhawks]]|career_start = 2003|career_end = 2015}}[[File:Benshutron.jpg|thumb]]
'''Ben Shutron''' (born June 14, 1988 in [[Orleans]], [[Ontario]]) is a [[Canadian]] [[defenceman]] with the [[New Brunswick Varsity Reds|University of New Brunswick]].
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'''Ben Shutron''' (born June 14, 1988 in [[Orleans]], [[Ontario]]) is a retired [[Canadian]] [[defenceman]]. He is currently a team manager of the [[Canada national ice hockey team|Canadian National Team]] on the [[Spengler Cup]].
   
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== Player career ==
 
He played major junior hockey in the [[Ontario Hockey League]] with the [[Kingston Frontenacs]], [[Kitchener Rangers]], and the [[Windsor Spitfires]] from 2004 to 2009. He won the [[Memorial Cup]] with Windsor in [[2009 Memorial Cup|2009]].
 
He played major junior hockey in the [[Ontario Hockey League]] with the [[Kingston Frontenacs]], [[Kitchener Rangers]], and the [[Windsor Spitfires]] from 2004 to 2009. He won the [[Memorial Cup]] with Windsor in [[2009 Memorial Cup|2009]].
   
 
The [[Chicago Blackhawks]] chose him 95th overall in the [[2006 NHL Entry Draft]] But could not make the team in several training camps.
 
The [[Chicago Blackhawks]] chose him 95th overall in the [[2006 NHL Entry Draft]] But could not make the team in several training camps.
   
Shutron joined the University of New Brusnwick in 2009. In September, 2010, he broke his leg in a pre-season game and may be out for the entire 2010-11 season.
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Shutron joined the University of New Brunswick in 2009. In September, 2010, he broke his leg in a pre-season game and then he played only in the play-offs. He played for the New Brunswick until 2014. Then he played one season for the [[Wheeling Nailers]].
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== Coach/Team Staff career ==
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{| class="article-table"
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!Team
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!Years
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|-
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|[[Canada national ice hockey team|Canadian National Team]]
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|2016, 2018-present
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|-
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|[[Canada men's national U-18 ice hockey team|Canadian National U18 Team]]
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|2017
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|}
   
 
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Latest revision as of 12:04, April 21, 2020

Ben Shutron
Born June 14, 1988,
Orleans, Ontario, Canada
Height
Weight
6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)
185 lb (84 kg; 13 st 3 lb)
Position Defenceman
Shot Right
team
F. teams
retired
ETAMMHL
Richmond Hill Stars Midget AAA
OHL
Kingston Frontenacs
Kitchener Rangers
Windsor Spitfires
USports
Univ. of New Brunswick
ECHL
Wheeling Nailers
NHL Draft 95th overall, 2006
Chicago Blackhawks
Playing career 2003–2015
Benshutron

Ben Shutron (born June 14, 1988 in Orleans, Ontario) is a retired Canadian defenceman. He is currently a team manager of the Canadian National Team on the Spengler Cup.

Player career Edit

He played major junior hockey in the Ontario Hockey League with the Kingston Frontenacs, Kitchener Rangers, and the Windsor Spitfires from 2004 to 2009. He won the Memorial Cup with Windsor in 2009.

The Chicago Blackhawks chose him 95th overall in the 2006 NHL Entry Draft But could not make the team in several training camps.

Shutron joined the University of New Brunswick in 2009. In September, 2010, he broke his leg in a pre-season game and then he played only in the play-offs. He played for the New Brunswick until 2014. Then he played one season for the Wheeling Nailers.

Coach/Team Staff career Edit

Team Years
Canadian National Team 2016, 2018-present
Canadian National U18 Team 2017
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