Nathan Longpre

Forward, Athlete

1988 –


Who is Nathan Longpre?

Nathan Thomas Longpre is a Canadian professional ice hockey player who is currently playing for the Chicago Wolves in the American Hockey League. He has also played for the Worcester Sharks, Springfield Falcons and the Peoria Rivermen.

Longpre played college hockey at Robert Morris University. In his freshman year he was one of the team's Co-Rookies of the Year and was named to the College Hockey America all-rookie team. Over the next three seasons he was twice a First-Team All-College Hockey America as well as an Atlantic Hockey First-Team All-Star. At the conclusion of his collegiate career Longpre set RMU team records for goals in a game, career assists, and career points.

Undrafted out of college he attended the Vancouver Canucks prospect camp as an unsigned player. Unable to make the team's National Hockey League roster he was assigned to their AHL affiliate Chicago signing a contract with them. Chicago traded him to Springfield for the final 20 games of the season. He returned to the Wolves the following year as a free agent.

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Jun 16, 1988
  • Canada
  • Robert Morris University
Lived in
  • Peterborough

on July 23, 2013


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