Noah Dobson (born 7.1.2000) is a Canadian ice hockey defenseman. He has been playing in the NHL since 2019 and since then he has played with the New York Islanders.

Early Career

Noah Dobson was selected sixth overall in the 2016 QMJHL Draft by Acadie-Bathurst Titan. In his rookie season (2016-17), Dobson played 74 games and made 31 (7+24) points. In season 2017-18, Dobson played 87 games and made 82 (20+62) points. He was one of the top defensemen in the league and he was named to the 2017-18 QMJHL first All-Star team. On 22.6.2018, Dobson was drafted 12th overall by New York Islanders in 2018 NHL Draft. In season 2018-19, Dobson was selected as the Titans team captain. Dobson was traded after 28 games to Rouyn-Noranda Huskies. Dobson played 48 games with the Huskies, made 65 (14+51) points and won Memorial Cup.

New York Islanders

On 13.8.2018, Dobson signed three-year entry level contract with New York Islanders. On 8.10.2019, Dobson played his first NHL game against Edmonton Oilers – he made his first NHL point (assist) in that game. Dobson played 35 games and made 7 (1+6) points in his first season with the Islanders.

International Play

Dobson represented Canada in U20 World Junior Championships tournament in 2019. He made one goal in that tournament, but his most notable involvement came in the quarterfinal against Finland, when his stick broke on a one-timer, and the Finns immediately rushed down the ice and scored, eliminating Canada.