Alumni Profile: Jordan Clendenning

A household name in the Acadie-Bathurst Titan world is former captain Jordan Clendenning.

The left-winger was selected 26th overall in the second round of the 2003 QMJHL Draft by Acadie-Bathurst and would make his debut the same fall when he hit the ice with a team loaded with talent. Clendenning, who hails from Fredericton, spent four and half seasons in Bathurst before joining the Cape Breton Eagles midway through the 2007-08 season.

In his first year with Acadie-Bathurst Clendenning suited-up for 62 games – tallying six goals and 13 assists—before going on to play in 70 games the following season and earning 11 goals and 16 assists. In his third year the speedy forward was named team captain, making him the 11th player in franchise history to wear the ‘C’ in Bathurst. Clendenning remained in the leadership role during the start of the 2007-08 year, before joining the Eagles at the midway point that season.

Overall, his major junior career saw him net 104 goals and 159 assists in 363 games over the course of his five years competing in the QMJHL. He went on to play for the prestigious and award-winning men’s hockey program at the University of New Brunswick for four years. During that time Clendenning won two CIS (now U Sports) national championships with UNB and two Atlantic University Sport titles. Clendenning competed in the ECHL following his university career and would go on to become a scout for the Titan.

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