The Columbus Blue Jackets have signed right wing Trey Fix-Wolansky to a three-year, entry level contract, club General Manager Jarmo Kekalainen announced today. Fix-Wolansky was the Blue Jackets’ seventh round pick, 204th overall, at the 2018 NHL Draft held at American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas.
Fix-Wolansky, 19, has registered career highs with 37 goals and 64 assists for 101 points with 50 penalty minutes, a +35 plus/minus rating, nine power play goals, 263 shots on goal and six game-winning goals in 63 games for the Western Hockey League’s Edmonton Oil Kings in 2018-19. He ranks second-T in the WHL in assists, fourth-T in points and fifth in shots, while leading the Oil Kings to the postseason for the first time since 2015-16.
The Edmonton, Alberta native, who has recorded points in 50 of 63 games this season, has notched 30 multi-point outings, including three four-point and 14 three-point games. He has recorded three point streaks of 10 or more games, registering 11-game point streaks from Oct. 19-Nov. 16 (7-21-28) and Nov. 21-Dec. 28 (8-11-19) and an active 10-game point streak that began on Feb. 18 (8-9-17).
The 5-7, 188-pound winger has collected 93-151-244, 200 penalty minutes, 30 power play goals, 13 game-winning goals, 472 shots and a +4 plus/minus rating in 204 career games with the Oil Kings. In 2017-18, he led Edmonton in goals, assists and points with 32-57-89 and 81 penalty minutes in 71 contests.