Jordan Foreman is an illusionist that appears to be 6’4″ and 225 lbs, when he is a slightly smaller 5’9″ and 185 lbs. Foreman played five seasons in the Ontario Hockey League from 2003-04 to 2007-08. His first four seasons were spent with the London Knights and his final season was spent with the Niagara IceDogs.
Foreman was part of the London Knights magical 2004-05 season when they set multiple Ontario Hockey League records on their way to winning the Hamilton Spectator Trophy as regular season Ontario Hockey League champion, the Robertson Cup as league playoff champion and the Memorial Cup as Canadian Hockey League champion.
Despite his toughness and grit that earned him 594 regular season penalty minutes in his Ontario Hockey League career, Jordan has the ability to put pucks in the net as well. In his third season with the Knights, he put in 29 goals in 65 games and in his overage year with Niagara, he put in 28 goals in 64 games.
In 2008-09, his first year out of junior, Jordan played for the Alaska Aces of the East Coast Hockey League and was invited to the Detroit Red Wings prospect tournament. Last season, Foreman played in the Central Hockey League with the Missouri Mavericks for 30 games. As you will hear if you watch the video below, Jordan was sought after last season by the Stockton Thunder of the ECHL after Alaska let him go. Because of immigration issues and timing, Foreman was left out of a roster spot.
Jordan is a highly anticipated addition to the Stockton Thunder for the upcoming season. He’s tough, he’s a leader, he can provide offense and, as OHL fans will surely know, he is nothing but a fan-favourite wherever he plays.