|Born:||March 10, 1995||Draft:||2013 Blackhawks #121 Overall|
|Hometown:||Port Huron, MI||Position:||C/W|
|Known For:||Hobey Baker Finalist||Shoots:||Left|
|National Team:||United States|
Tyler Motte (born March 10, 1995) is an American ice hockey forward playing for the Vancouver Canucks of the National Hockey League (NHL). Motte was drafted 121st overall by the Chicago Blackhawks in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft, and spent 33 games with the team in 2017 before being traded to the Columbus Blue Jackets.
Motte is one of the many ambassadors for the Hockey Talks campaign where he advocates the importance of mental health after dealing with depression early in his career with the Blackhawks.
Tyler Motte Statistics
- NHL Has Come A Long Way on Mental Health
- Canucks’ Motte Opens Up About His Mental Health Struggles
- Canucks Motte Emerging as a Two-Way Threat in the NHL
- Vancouver Canucks Need Speed & Skill On 3rd Line
- NCAA (B1G) Championship with the University of Michigan (2016)
- NCAA (B1G) First All-Star Team (2016)
- NCAA (B1G) First All-American Team (2016)
- Hobey Baker Award Finalist (2016)
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