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Player Profile: Ty Rattie

During my time with the Wolves, I’ve gained experience and was given the opportunity to watch some great hockey. The Chicago Wolves is home to some of the best talent in the AHL and winning is a tradition.

Again, the talent is through the roof at the Allstate Arena in Rosemont, IL. The AHL is a time for development and a chance to play in the NHL, every players dream. Ty Rattie, standout prospect for the St. Louis Blues, is among the top prospects in the NHL today.

Ty Rattie, 23, was drafted by the Blues in the second round of the 2011 NHL Entry Draft. Rattie has 4 goals and 2 assists in thirteen games for the Blues this season.  While with the Wolves, he is blowing away the competition. Rattie has 15 goals on the year and had the game winner this past weekend at the AllState arena.  A future NHL star continues to impress and improve his skill and continues to be a leader on and off the ice.

Ty Rattie started his rise to stardom at a young age. When he was fourteen, Rattie played for the AirDrie Xtreme in the AMBHL where in just 33 games; he scored 75 goals and had 56 assists.

Yes, I double checked, he is that good.

From 2009-2013, Ty played for the Portland Winter Hawks of the WHL. His young career started to take off here where he scored 57 goals during the 2011-2012 season. It was here he earned numerous awards: WHL West First All-Star Team (2012) WHL West Second All-Star Team (2013) Memorial Cup All-Star Team (2013).


Rattie was drafted at the age of 18. The first part of his dream came true, getting a chance to play in the NHL.

Ty Rattie began his AHL career in 2014 and was nothing short of greatness.  Rattie scored 31 goals and added 17 assists, helping the Chicago Wolves win the division that season.

Ty Rattie is a phenomenal player. Very talent and a natural born leader is what propels him to the success he has had his entire career. He has seen the NHL, he knows what it takes, and it will not be long before Rattie is a full time NHL player and the face of the St. Louis Blues franchise.

This season, Rattie scored his first NHL goal. It was a great moment for him and first of many for the 23 year-old. Rattie played in thirteen games this season and hopes for the call up once again for the Stanley Cup playoffs, something he was a part of last year and enjoyed it.


Ty Rattie is a player to watch for next season.  With his maturity and hitting his game in full stride, I fully expect to see Rattie take the ice for the Blues on opening night.


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