|Born:||April 2, 1997||Draft:||2016 Predators, 76th Overall|
|Hometown:||Plymouth, MN, USA||Position:||Center|
|National Team:||USA||Current Team:||Minnesota Wild|
Rem Pitlick (born April 2, 1997) is a Canadian-born American professional ice hockey center currently playing for the Minnesota Wild of the National Hockey League (NHL). His father, Lance Pitlick, played in the NHL for the Ottawa Senators and Florida Panthers.
Prior to turning professional, Pitlick played for the Muskegon Lumberjacks and Waterloo Black Hawks in the United States Hockey League (USHL). In 2016, he set a franchise record with the Lumberjacks for most points in a season and was awarded the USHL Player of the Year, USHL Forward of the Year, and Dave Tyler Junior Player of the Year Award. Following his successful junior career, Pitlick joined the University of Minnesota where he was selected for the All-Big Ten Freshman Team and First Team. Pitlick has also played for the Nashville Predators.
Rem Pitlick Statistics
- Wild’s Pitlick, Brodin Step Up in Win Over Canucks
- Rem Pitlick – The Next Ones: NHL 2016 Draft Prospect Profile
- USA Hockey Junior Player of the Year — 2015-16
- USHL First All-Star Team — 2015-16
- USHL Forward of the Year — 2015-16
- USHL Most Assists (43) — 2015-16
- USHL Most Goals (46) — 2015-16
- USHL Most Points (89) — 2015-16
- USHL Player of the Year — 2015-16
- World Junior A Challenge Bronze Medal — 2015-16
- NCAA (B1G) All-Rookie Team — 2016-17
- NCAA (B1G) Regular Season Champion — 2016-17
- NCAA (B1G) First All-Star Team — 2018-19
- NCAA (West) First All-American Team — 2018-19
A die-hard hockey fan in the desert, and proud Iowa State alum. Detroit Red Wings and Arizona Coyotes contributor for The Hockey Writers.