Marc-Andre Bourdon

Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 225
Birth Place: St.-Hyacinthe, Quebec
Draft: 2008 3rd round (67th pick) by the
Shoots: L
  • St. Louis Post-Dispatch

    Ex-Blues forward Lehtera anxious to prove himself | -

    In May, a disappointed Jori Lehtera left Scottrade Center the day the Blues cleaned out their lockers and vowed to be back in St. Louis earlier than usual to prepare for the 2017-18 season. True to his word, Lehtera was at the IceZone in Hazelwood this week, participating in the informal practices taking place at the team facility a month ahead of training camp. But Lehtera was doing so in the black and orange uniform of the Philadelphia Flyers, the club he will report to in September following the Blues’ surprising swap for Brayden Schenn at the NHL draft. “It’s not really (weird) being here,” said Lehtera, whose wife, Lotta, is soon expected to deliver the couple’s first child. “It’s really

  • 2017-18 Metropolitan Division Preview: New York Rangers
    CSN Mid-Atlantic

    2017-18 Metropolitan Division Preview: New York Rangers

    Last season, the Metropolitan Division was the toughest in the NHL, producing the Stanley Cup champ, the regular season champ and three of the top four teams in the overall standings. How’s the division shaping up for 2017-18 after a summer of change for a few of its eight teams? This week, CSN is taking a look at each club's offseason moves and predicting how they’ll do this winter. Team: Philadelphia Flyers 2016-17 Results: 39-33-10 (88 points). Sixth in division, 11th in conference. Missed playoffs for second time in three years. Notable acquisitions: C Nolan Patrick, G Brian Elliott and C Jori Lehtera. Notable departures: G Steve Mason, F Brayden Schenn, D Michael Del Zotto, F Nick Cousins,

  • Philadelphia Flyers 25 Under 25: Carter Hart bides his time as Flyers’ top goalie prospect
    Broad Street Hockey

    Philadelphia Flyers 25 Under 25: Carter Hart bides his time as Flyers’ top goalie prospect

    How do you follow up a 2016-17 campaign where you put up a .918 SV% and win CHL Goaltender of the Year honors? Well, you put up a ridiculous .927 SV% and win WHL Goaltender of the Year for the second season in a row. It was the only logical conclusion for Carter Hart, if you think about it. The newly-turned-19-year-old has taken Canadian juniors by storm after being drafted a season ago. As he approaches the end of his domination of teenagers, Hart will need to simply not regress after last year’s showing and prove once again he can handle a full-season workload as a starter. No. 10: Carter Hart Position: G Age: 19 (8/13/1998) Acquired Via: 2016 NHL Draft -- Round 2, Pick 48 2016-17 League/Team/Statistics: