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  • Toronto Maple LeafsGame Notes

    Tue, Oct 14, 2014 NHL Game #43

    Toronto Maple LeafsTeam Game: 4Home Game: 3

    1 - 2 - 0 (2 pts)0 - 2 - 01 - 0 - 0

    Colorado AvalancheTeam Game: 4Road Game: 3

    1 - 2 - 0 (2 pts)0 - 1 - 01 - 1 - 0

    # Goalie GP W L OT GAA SV%34 James Reimer 1 1 0 0 2.55 .92345 Jonathan Bernier 3 0 2 0 4.51 .882

    # Goalie GP W L OT GAA SV%1 Semyon Varlamov 2 0 2 0 4.33 .901

    20 Reto Berra 2 1 0 0 0.75 .974

    # P Player GP G A P +/- PIM3 D Dion Phaneuf 3 0 2 2 -1 24 D Cody Franson 1 1 1 2 -1 0

    12 D Stephane Robidas 3 0 1 1 -2 218 R Richard Panik 2 0 0 0 -2 019 L Joffrey Lupul 3 1 1 2 -1 021 L James van Riemsdyk 3 1 1 2 -1 524 C Peter Holland 3 0 0 0 -2 225 C Mike Santorelli 3 0 1 1 1 026 C Daniel Winnik 3 0 1 1 1 437 R Carter Ashton - - - - - -39 R Matt Frattin 1 0 0 0 0 042 C Tyler Bozak 3 3 1 4 -2 043 C Nazem Kadri 3 2 0 2 -1 044 D Morgan Rielly 3 1 1 2 -3 046 D Roman Polak 3 0 0 0 2 047 C Leo Komarov 3 0 3 3 1 050 D Stuart Percy 3 0 3 3 2 051 D Jake Gardiner 2 0 1 1 -3 067 R Brandon Kozun 3 0 1 1 -2 271 R David Clarkson 3 1 0 1 1 281 R Phil Kessel 3 1 2 3 -3 4

    # P Player GP G A P +/- PIM2 D Nick Holden 3 0 0 0 -3 04 D Tyson Barrie 3 0 1 1 -3 25 D Nate Guenin 1 0 0 0 -1 06 D Erik Johnson 3 0 0 0 0 218 D Jan Hejda 3 0 1 1 1 09 C Matt Duchene 3 0 1 1 1 2

    11 L Jamie McGinn 3 1 0 1 -3 012 R Jarome Iginla 3 0 0 0 1 017 D Brad Stuart 3 0 0 0 -4 218 C Jesse Winchester - - - - - -22 D Zach Redmond - - - - - -24 C Marc-Andre Cliche 3 0 0 0 -1 025 C Maxime Talbot 3 0 0 0 -3 029 C Nathan MacKinnon 3 0 1 1 -2 040 L Alex Tanguay 3 0 0 0 -2 044 D Ryan Wilson 2 0 0 0 -2 045 R Dennis Everberg 3 0 0 0 -1 048 C Daniel Briere 3 1 0 1 -3 255 L Cody McLeod 3 0 0 0 0 790 C Ryan O'Reilly 3 0 0 0 -3 092 L Gabriel Landeskog 3 0 0 0 -2 6

    President & Alternate Governor Brendan ShanahanSenior VP & General Manager David NonisAssistant GM/Assistant to the GM Kyle Dubas / Brandon PridhamHead Coach Randy CarlyleAssistant Coaches/Goaltending Coach Peter Horachek, Steve Spott,

    Chris Dennis / Rick St. Croix

    President Josh KroenkeExec. VP / General Manager Joe SakicHead Coach / VP of Hockey Ops Patrick RoyCoaching Staff Tim Army, Andre Tourigny,

    Mario Duhamel (video),Francois Allaire (goaltending),

    Adam Foote (defense)

    Tonight's Officials

    Referees Kelly Sutherland(11), Justin St. Pierre(12) Linesmen Greg Devorski(54), Scott Driscoll(68)Supervisor Michael McGeough Video Judge Luke McGoeyNtl. Anthem Gord Clark

    Today's ScheduleDAL @ CBJ : 7:00 CGY @ NSH : 7:00 NYI @ NYR : 7:00 ANA @ PHI : 7:00 SJS @ WSH : 7:00 BUF @ CAR : 7:30EDM @ LAK : 7:30 NJD @ TBL : 7:30 COL @ TOR : 7:30

  • Toronto Maple Leafs: RosterActive (23 Players)# Name Pos Ht. Wt. Born Birth Place3 Dion Phaneuf D 6' 3" 214 Apr 10, 1985 Edmonton, AB, CAN4 Cody Franson D 6' 5" 213 Aug 8, 1987 Sicamous, BC, CAN12 Stephane Robidas D 5' 11" 190 Mar 3, 1977 Sherbrooke, QC, CAN18 Richard Panik R 6' 1" 208 Feb 7, 1991 Martin, SVK19 Joffrey Lupul L 6' 1" 206 Sep 23, 1983 Fort Saskatchewan, AB, CAN21 James van Riemsdyk L 6' 3" 200 May 4, 1989 Middletown, NJ, USA24 Peter Holland C 6' 2" 194 Jan 14, 1991 Toronto, ON, CAN25 Mike Santorelli C 6' 0" 189 Dec 14, 1985 Vancouver, BC, CAN26 Daniel Winnik C 6' 2" 207 Mar 6, 1985 Toronto, ON, CAN34 James Reimer G 6' 2" 208 Mar 15, 1988 Morweena, MB, CAN37 Carter Ashton R 6' 3" 215 Apr 1, 1991 Winnipeg, MB, CAN39 Matt Frattin R 6' 0" 205 Jan 3, 1988 Edmonton, AB, CAN42 Tyler Bozak C 6' 1" 195 Mar 19, 1986 Regina, SK, CAN43 Nazem Kadri C 6' 0" 188 Oct 6, 1990 London, ON, CAN44 Morgan Rielly D 6' 1" 205 Mar 9, 1994 Vancouver, BC, CAN45 Jonathan Bernier G 6' 0" 185 Aug 7, 1988 Laval, QC, CAN46 Roman Polak D 6' 0" 236 Apr 28, 1986 Ostrava, CZE47 Leo Komarov C 5' 11" 198 Jan 23, 1987 Narva, EST50 Stuart Percy D 6' 1" 187 May 18, 1993 Oakville, ON, CAN51 Jake Gardiner D 6' 2" 184 Jul 4, 1990 Minnetonka, MN, USA67 Brandon Kozun R 5' 8" 167 Mar 8, 1990 Los Angeles, CA, USA71 David Clarkson R 6' 1" 200 Mar 31, 1984 Toronto, ON, CAN81 Phil Kessel R 6' 0" 202 Oct 2, 1987 Madison, WI, USA

    23 Players Total Avg: 6' 0" 199 Age: 26.8

    Injured Reserve List (1 Players)20 David Booth L 6' 0" 212 Nov 24, 1984 Detroit, MI, USA

    Goal StreaksTYLER BOZAK (3 / 3 Games)

    Assist StreaksSTUART PERCY (3 / 3 Games)

    Point StreaksSTUART PERCY (0-3-3 / 3 Games)TYLER BOZAK (3-1-4 / 3 Games)

    Colorado Avalanche: RosterActive (23 Players)# Name Pos Ht. Wt. Born Birth Place1 Semyon Varlamov G 6' 2" 209 Apr 27, 1988 Samara, RUS2 Nick Holden D 6' 4" 210 May 15, 1987 St. Albert, AB, CAN4 Tyson Barrie D 5' 10" 190 Jul 26, 1991 Victoria, BC, CAN5 Nate Guenin D 6' 3" 207 Dec 10, 1982 Aliquippa, PA, USA6 Erik Johnson D 6' 4" 232 Mar 21, 1988 Bloomington, MN, USA8 Jan Hejda D 6' 4" 230 Jun 18, 1978 Prague, CZE9 Matt Duchene C 5' 11" 200 Jan 16, 1991 Haliburton, ON, CAN11 Jamie McGinn L 6' 1" 210 Aug 5, 1988 Fergus, ON, CAN12 Jarome Iginla R 6' 1" 210 Jul 1, 1977 Edmonton, AB, CAN17 Brad Stuart D 6' 2" 215 Nov 6, 1979 Rocky Mountain House, AB, CAN18 Jesse Winchester C 6' 1" 205 Oct 4, 1983 Long Sault, ON, CAN20 Reto Berra G 6' 4" 210 Jan 3, 1987 Bulach, CHE22 Zach Redmond D 6' 2" 205 Jul 26, 1988 Traverse City, MI, USA24 Marc-Andre Cliche C 6' 0" 202 Mar 23, 1987 Rouyn-Noranda, QC, CAN25 Maxime Talbot C 5' 11" 190 Feb 11, 1984 Lemoyne, QC, CAN29 Nathan MacKinnon C 6' 0" 195 Sep 1, 1995 Halifax, NS, CAN40 Alex Tanguay L 6' 1" 194 Nov 21, 1979 Ste-Justine, QC, CAN44 Ryan Wilson D 6' 1" 210 Feb 3, 1987 Windsor, ON, CAN45 Dennis Everberg R 6' 4" 205 Dec 31, 1991 Vasteras, SWE48 Daniel Briere C 5' 9" 174 Oct 6, 1977 Gatineau, QC, CAN55 Cody McLeod L 6' 2" 210 Jun 26, 1984 Binscarth, MB, CAN90 Ryan O'Reilly C 6' 0" 210 Feb 7, 1991 Clinton, ON, CAN92 Gabriel Landeskog L 6' 1" 210 Nov 23, 1992 Stockholm, SWE

    23 Players Total Avg: 6' 1" 205 Age: 28.5

    Goal StreaksNo active streaks

    Assist StreaksNo active streaks

    Point StreaksNo active streaks

  • Toronto Maple Leafs: Season StatisticsPos # Player GP G A P +/- PIM PP SH GW S % TOI/g FO% Hits Blks

    D 3 Dion Phaneuf 3 0 2 2 -1 2 0 0 0 2 0.0 22:21 0.00 11 6D 4 Cody Franson 1 1 1 2 -1 0 1 0 0 1 100.0 17:07 0.00 4 2D 12 Stephane Robidas 3 0 1 1 -2 2 0 0 0 3 0.0 18:35 0.00 10 2R 18 Richard Panik 2 0 0 0 -2 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 06:52 0.00 3 2L 19 Joffrey Lupul 3 1 1 2 -1 0 1 0 0 9 11.1 17:26 0.00 4 0L 21 James van Riemsdyk 3 1 1 2 -1 5 0 1 1 11 9.1 20:08 60.00 5 0C 24 Peter Holland 3 0 0 0 -2 2 0 0 0 4 0.0 08:58 38.46 2 0C 25 Mike Santorelli 3 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 4 0.0 11:50 28.57 0 2C 26 Daniel Winnik 3 0 1 1 1 4 0 0 0 6 0.0 14:28 50.00 1 1R 39 Matt Frattin 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 09:24 0.00 0 1C 42 Tyler Bozak 3 3 1 4 -2 0 2 0 0 6 50.0 18:40 55.73 2 2C 43 Nazem Kadri 3 2 0 2 -1 0 0 0 0 8 25.0 17:13 50.98 6 0D 44 Morgan Rielly 3 1 1 2 -3 0 0 0 0 8 12.5 18:25 0.00 1 4D 46 Roman Polak 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 3 0.0 20:24 0.00 15 6C 47 Leo Komarov 3 0 3 3 1 0 0 0 0 5 0.0 14:07 52.00 10 2D 50 Stuart Percy 3 0 3 3 2 0 0 0 0 5 0.0 20:14 0.00 2 4D 51 Jake Gardiner 2 0 1 1 -3 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 21:16 0.00 4 3R 67 Brandon Kozun 3 0 1 1 -2 2 0 0 0 2 0.0 11:03 0.00 4 0R 71 David Clarkson 3 1 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 5 20.0 14:24 100.00 7 1R 81 Phil Kessel 3 1 2 3 -3 4 1 0 0 6 16.7 18:50 0.00 1 3

    # Player GP Min GAA W L OT SO GA SVS SV% G A PIM34 James Reimer 1 47 2.55 1 0 0 0 2 24 .923 0 0 045 Jonathan Bernier 3 133 4.51 0 2 0 0 10 75 .882 0 0 0

  • Colorado Avalanche: Season StatisticsPos # Player GP G A P +/- PIM PP SH GW S % TOI/g FO% Hits Blks

    D 2 Nick Holden 3 0 0 0 -3 0 0 0 0 6 0.0 22:04 0.00 7 4D 4 Tyson Barrie 3 0 1 1 -3 2 0 0 0 10 0.0 22:22 0.00 0 2D 5 Nate Guenin 1 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 14:49 0.00 0 1D 6 Erik Johnson 3 0 0 0 0 21 0 0 0 2 0.0 18:16 0.00 5 1D 8 Jan Hejda 3 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 3 0.0 19:59 0.00 10 2C 9 Matt Duchene 3 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 7 0.0 18:29 51.28 1 0L 11 Jamie McGinn 3 1 0 1 -3 0 0 0 0 3 33.3 12:52 0.00 3 1R 12 Jarome Iginla 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0.0 17:03 70.00 6 1D 17 Brad Stuart 3 0 0 0 -4 2 0 0 0 2 0.0 21:23 0.00 5 8C 24 Marc-Andre Cliche 3 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 0 1 0.0 10:14 44.73 0 1C 25 Maxime Talbot 3 0 0 0 -3 0 0 0 0 1 0.0 10:58 57.14 6 2C 29 Nathan MacKinnon 3 0 1 1 -2 0 0 0 0 6 0.0 16:55 45.16 2 3L 40 Alex Tanguay 3 0 0 0 -2 0 0 0 0 3 0.0 17:30 33.33 0 1D 44 Ryan Wilson 2 0 0 0 -2 0 0 0 0 2 0.0 12:23 0.00 4 3R 45 Dennis Everberg 3 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 0 5 0.0 09:26 0.00 4 1C 48 Daniel Briere 3 1 0 1 -3 2 0 0 1 6 16.7 15:34 40.00 1 1L 55 Cody McLeod 3 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 4 0.0 09:40 0.00 8 1C 90 Ryan O'Reilly 3 0 0 0 -3 0 0 0 0 10 0.0 17:56 47.50 0 1L 92 Gabriel Landeskog 3 0 0 0 -2 6 0 0 0 3 0.0 16:52 0.00 8 1

    # Player GP Min GAA W L OT SO GA SVS SV% G A PIM1 Semyon Varlamov 2 97 4.33 0 2 0 0 7 64 .901 0 0 0

    20 Reto Berra 2 80 0.75 1 0 0 0 1 37 .974 0 0 0

  • Colorado Avalanche @ Toronto Maple LeafsTeam Records

    Colorado Avalanche Toronto Maple LeafsLast game: Monday AT BOSTON (2-1 W) Sunday AT NY RANGERS (6-3 W)Next game: Tuesday AT TORONTO Tuesday VS COLORADO

    Overall record/streak: 1 - 2 - 0 / Win 1 / Undef 1 1 - 2 - 0 / Win 1 / Undef 1Home record/streak: 0 - 1 - 0 / Lost 1 0 - 2 - 0 / Lost 2Road record/streak: 1 - 1 - 0 / Win 1 / Undef 1 1 - 0 - 0 / Win 1 / Undef 1

    Last 5 Games: 1 - 2 - 0 1 - 2 - 0Last 10 Games: 1 - 2 - 0 1 - 2 - 01-Goal Games: 1 - 0 - 0 0 - 1 - 02-Goal Games 0 - 0 0 - 03-Goal Games 0 - 2 1 - 1

    Scoring first 1 - 0 - 0 1 - 0 - 0Opponent scoring first 0 - 2 - 0 0 - 2 - 0Leading after 1 period 0 - 0 - 0 0 - 1 - 0Trailing after 1 period 0 - 2 - 0 0 - 1 - 0

    Tied after 1 period 1 - 0 - 0 1 - 0 - 0Leading after 2 periods 0 - 0 - 0 1 - 0 - 0Trailing after 2 periods 0 - 2 - 0 0 - 1 - 0

    Tied after 2 periods 1 - 0 - 0 0 - 1 - 0OT Record - This Season: 0 - 0 0 - 0

    OT Record - Franchise: 150 - 121 - 204 144 - 142 - 180Shootout Record - This Season: 0 - 0 0 - 0

    Shootout Record - Franchise: 53 - 31 38 - 49Outshooting opponent: 1 - 0 - 0 0 - 0 - 0

    Outshot by opponent: 0 - 2 - 0 1 - 2 - 0Even shots: 0 - 0 - 0 0 - 0 - 0vs. Atlantic: 1 - 0 - 0 0 - 1 - 0

    vs. Metropolitan: 0 - 0 - 0 1 - 1 - 0vs. EASTERN CONFERENCE: 1 - 0 - 0 1 - 2 - 0

    vs. Central: 0 - 2 - 0 0 - 0 - 0vs. Pacific: 0 - 0 - 0 0 - 0 - 0

    vs. WESTERN CONFERENCE: 0 - 2 - 0 0 - 0 - 0

    Month by Month RecordColorado Avalanche Toronto Maple Leafs

    W-L-OT Points W-L-OT PointsOctober: 1-2-0 2 1-2-0 2

    Totals: 1-2-0 2 1-2-0 2

  • Colorado Avalanche @ Toronto Maple LeafsSituations

    Goals by Period1 2 3 OT T Avg

    Colorado Avalanche: 0 1 1 0 2 ( 0.7 avg.)Opponents: 2 6 1 0 9 ( 3.0 avg.)

    Toronto Maple Leafs: 3 6 2 0 11 ( 3.7 avg.)Opponents: 5 3 4 0 12 ( 4.0 avg.)

    Shots by Period1 2 3 OT T Avg

    Colorado Avalanche: 24 30 22 0 76 (25.3 avg.)Opponents: 42 38 30 0 110 (36.7 avg.)

    Toronto Maple Leafs: 29 35 24 0 88 (29.3 avg.)Opponents: 30 42 39 0 111 (37.0 avg.)

    Power PlayColorado Avalanche Toronto Maple Leafs

    G Att % G Att %Overall: 0 10 0.0 (T-24th NHL) 5 12 41.7 (5th NHL)Home: 0 3 0.0 (T-17th NHL) 3 8 37.5 (5th NHL)Road: 0 7 0.0 (T-15th NHL) 2 4 50.0 (T-3rd NHL)

    0 SHORT HANDED GOALS ALLOWED (T-1st NHL) 0 SHORT HANDED GOALS ALLOWED (T-1st NHL)

    Penalty KillingColorado Avalanche Toronto Maple Leafs

    G Att % G Att %Overall: 1 11 90.9 (9th NHL) 3 9 66.7 (T-24th NHL)Home: 0 6 100.0 (T-1st NHL) 3 7 57.1 (20th NHL)Road: 1 5 80.0 (12th NHL) 0 2 100.0 (T-1st NHL)

    0 SHORT HANDED GOALS SCORED (T-7th NHL) 1 SHORT HANDED GOALS SCORED (T-1st NHL)

    PenaltiesColorado Avalanche Toronto Maple Leafs

    GP Min Avg./Rank GP Min Avg./Rank3 46 15.3 (T-19th NHL) 3 25 8.3 (T-2nd NHL)

    Goal SituationsColorado Avalanche Toronto Maple Leafs

    For Against For Against5 on 5: 2 6 5 95 on 4: 0 0 5 05 on 3: 0 0 0 04 on 4: 0 1 0 04 on 3: 0 0 0 03 on 3: 0 0 0 03 on 4: 0 0 0 03 on 5: 0 0 0 14 on 5: 0 1 1 2

    Empty Net: 0 1 0 0Penalty Shots: 0 0 0 0

    Total: 2 9 11 12

  • Colorado Avalanche @ Toronto Maple LeafsSituations

    Individual LeadersColorado Avalanche Toronto Maple Leafs

    Points: D. BRIERE (1),J. HEJDA (1),J. MCGINN (1) T. BOZAK (4),L. KOMAROV (3),P. KESSEL (3)Goals: D. BRIERE (1),J. MCGINN (1) T. BOZAK (3),N. KADRI (2),J. LUPUL (1)

    Assists: J. HEJDA (1),M. DUCHENE (1),T. BARRIE (1) L. KOMAROV (3),S. PERCY (3),D. PHANEUF (2)PP Goals: T. BOZAK (2),J. LUPUL (1),C. FRANSON (1)SH Goals: J. VAN RIEMSDYK (1)

    GW Goals: D. BRIERE (1) J. VAN RIEMSDYK (1)3+ Goals:

    PIM: E. JOHNSON (21),C. MCLEOD (7),G. LANDESKOG (6) J. VAN RIEMSDYK (5),D. WINNIK (4),P. KESSEL (4)Shots: R. O'REILLY (10),T. BARRIE (10),M. DUCHENE (7) J. VAN RIEMSDYK (11),J. LUPUL (9),N. KADRI (8)

    +/-: J. IGINLA (+1),J. HEJDA (+1),M. DUCHENE (+1) R. POLAK (+2),S. PERCY (+2),D. CLARKSON (+1)

    ShootoutColorado Avalanche Toronto Maple Leafs

    Shooter G/S % GDG Shooter G/S % GDG

    Goaltender Rec. G/S % Goaltender Rec. G/S %

    Power PlayColorado Avalanche Toronto Maple Leafs

    Player G A P Player G A PTyler Bozak 2 1 3Phil Kessel 1 1 2Cody Franson 1 1 2Dion Phaneuf 0 2 2Stuart Percy 0 2 2Joffrey Lupul 1 0 1Jake Gardiner 0 1 1Morgan Rielly 0 1 1

    Short HandedColorado Avalanche Toronto Maple Leafs

    Player G A P Player G A PJames van Riemsdyk 1 0 1Leo Komarov 0 1 1

  • LAST GAME:New York, New York (Toronto 6, New York 3) - Led by the play of their top line, who combined for seven points, Toronto spoiled NewYork's home opener on Sunday night at Madison Square Garden. The Maple Leafs offence erupted for five second-period goals (in aspan of 9:54), including a powerplay, even strength and shorthanded marker in less than five minutes. Phil Kessel led the way withthree points (1 goal, 2 assists) while James Reimer made 24 saves to earn his first victory of the season. Toronto Goal Scorers: Cody Franson (PP), Phil Kessel (PP), Nazem Kadri, James van Riemsdyk (SH/GWG), Tyler Bozak, DavidClarkson New York Goal Scorers: Rick Nash, Lee Stempniak, Derick Brassard Goaltenders: James Reimer (W), Henrik Lundqvist (L) Shots: 38-36 New York Toronto PP: 2/4 New York PP: 0/2 WORTH NOTING- Sunday night's game against the Rangers marked the first time the Maple Leafs have scored five goals in a period since January 7,2011 (9-3 win at Atlanta) - With an assist on Sunday night against New York, Stuart Percy became the first rookie defenceman in Maple Leafs history to record apoint in each of his first three games - The last time Toronto scored six goals in their road opener was October 5, 2006 at Ottawa (6-0 W) PRESEASON SUMMARY (5-2-1)Sep. 22 at Philadelphia (London, ON) 3-2 SO/W KADRI, NILSSON, BOOTH (SO) Sep. 23 vs. Philadelphia 4-0 W van RIEMSDYK, KOZUN, FRANSON, NYLANDER Sep. 24 vs. Ottawa (split squad) 4-3 SO/L KADRI, GARDINER, van RIEMSDYK Sep. 24 at Ottawa (split squad) 3-2 L CARRICK, RIELLY Sep. 26 at Buffalo 6-4 W POLAK, BOZAK, PHANEUF, KOMAROV, CLARKSON, LEIVO Sep. 28 vs. Buffalo 3-2 SO/W KESSEL, van RIEMSDYK, HOLLAND (SO) Sep. 29 at Detroit 3-0 L Oct. 3 vs. Detroit 5-1 W GARDINER, KOZUN, PHANEUF, van RIEMSDYK, PHANEUF INJURY REPORT- David Booth - Sustained broken right foot in preseason game against Buffalo, September 28 and placed on injured reserve (expectedout four or more weeks) - Cody Franson - Sustained knee injury in preseason game against Buffalo, September 28 (missed one regular season game; removed from IR October 11) 2014-15 Total Regular Season Man Games Lost: 4 2013-14 Total Regular Season Man Games Lost: 231 RECENT TRANSACTIONSSep. 30 Assigned Troy Bodie to the Toronto Marlies (AHL) Oct. 6 Assigned William Nylander to Modo (SHL) Oct. 7 Assigned Korbinian Holzer, Frazer McLaren and Colton Orr to the Toronto Marlies (AHL). Loaned Viktor Loov to the Toronto Marlies. Recalled Troy Bodie from the Toronto Marlies (AHL) Oct. 9 - Claimed forward Richard Panik off waivers from Tampa Bay. Assigned Josh Leivo and Troy Bodie to the Toronto Marlies (AHL) OCTOBER 14, 2014 - TORONTO BROADCAST INFORMATIONTV: TSN4; Gord Miller (Play-by-Play), Ray Ferraro (Analyst) RADIO: Fan 590; Joe Bowen (Play-by-Play), Jim Ralph (Analyst)

    Toronto Maple Leafs: Media Notes

  • NOTES OF THE NIGHT- Phil Kessel holds the NHL's sixth longest active games played streak, having skated in 367 consecutive games dating back to histime with Boston. Kessel has never missed a game in his time with the Maple Leafs - Through three games Toronto ranks 5th in NHL powerplay percentage (41.7%) - The Maple Leafs currently rank 2nd (tie) in the NHL with 11 goals scored in three games - Tyler Bozak is currently riding a 3-game goal streak (3 goals), the longest of his NHL career. Bozak is set to play the 300th game ofhis NHL career - Stuart Percy is currently riding a 3-game point streak (3 assists), the longest of his NHL career - Leo Komarov registered the first multi-point game (2 assists) of his NHL career on Sunday against New York TONIGHTS MATCHUP: COLORADO AVALANCHE VS. TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS 2013-14 Series: 1-1-0 (0-1-0 at Toronto) All-Time Record: 26-36-9-1 (16-18-4-1 at Toronto) Last Game: January 21, 2014 at Colorado (Toronto 5, Colorado 2) Next Game: Thursday, November 6, 2014 at Colorado Current Streak: 1 win (Toronto) TORONTO NOTABLES VS. COLORADO- Dion Phaneuf leads all Maple Leaf skaters with 20 career points (6 goals, 14 assists) in 38 games against Colorado. Phaneuf's firstNHL point (1 goal, 1 assist) came on October 10, 2005 against the Avalanche - Joffrey Lupul had 3 points (1 goal, 2 assists) in 2 games to lead the Maple Leafs against the Avalanche last season - Carter Ashton collected his first career NHL point (assist) on October 8, 2013 against Colorado -Tyler Bozak played his first NHL game and recorded his first point (assist) against Colorado on October 13, 2009 - Stephane Robidas played his first NHL game against the Avalanche on October 20, 1999 MAPLE LEAFS NEXT FIVE GAMESFriday, October 17 vs. Detroit Red Wings, 7:30 p.m. (SNO, TSN 1050) Saturday, October 18 at Detroit Red Wings, 7 p.m. (CBC, Fan 590) Tuesday, October 21 at New York Islanders, 7 p.m. (TSN4, TSN 1050) Wednesday, October 22 at Ottawa Senators, 7 p.m. (SN 360 & SN 1, TSN 1050) Saturday, October 25 vs. Boston Bruins, 7 p.m. (CBC, TSN 1050) MOVING UP THE LISTWith three points on Sunday night against the Rangers, Phil Kessel moved past Bill Derlago into 27th spot on the Maple Leafs all-timescoring list with 336 points in 366 games. Kessel needs 4 points to move past Dick Duff for 26th all-time. HOW THE 2014-15 MAPLE LEAFS WERE BUILTFree Agents (6): Booth, Bozak, Clarkson, Robidas, Santorelli, Winnik Trade (12): Ashton, Bernier, Franson, Frattin, Gardiner, Holland, Kessel, Kozun, Lupul, Phaneuf, Polak, van Riemsdyk Draft (5): Kadri, Komarov, Percy, Reimer, Rielly Waivers (1): Panik UPCOMING PLAYER MILESTONES GAMES PLAYED - Tyler Bozak's next game will be his 300th career NHL and 300th Maple Leaf game - Daniel Winnik needs 7 games to reach 500 career NHL games played - David Clarkson needs 11 games to reach 500 career NHL games played - Phil Kessel needs 11 games to reach 600 career NHL games played - Stephane Robidas needs 12 games to reach 900 career NHL games played - Dion Phaneuf needs 17 games to reach 700 career NHL games played GOALS - James van Riemsdyk needs 4 goals to reach 100 career NHL goals scored

  • - Joffrey Lupul needs 15 goals to reach 200 career NHL goals scored ASSISTS - James van Riemsdyk needs 2 assists to reach 100 career NHL assists - Stephane Robidas needs 4 assists to reach 200 career NHL assists POINTS - James van Riemsdyk needs 5 points to reach 100 Maple Leaf points - James van Riemsdyk needs 6 points to reach 200 career NHL points - Mike Santorelli needs 12 points to reach 100 career NHL points - Joffrey Lupul needs 13 points to reach 400 career NHL points - Tyler Bozak needs 13 points to reach 200 career NHL and 200 Maple Leaf points - Cody Franson needs 15 points to reach 100 Maple Leaf points TORONTO MARLIES AT A GLANCE (1-1-0) The Toronto Marlies picked up their first victory of the season on Sunday afternoon against the Utica Comets (AHL affiliate of theVancouver Canucks). Viktor Loov tied the game midway through the third period and tallied the game winning goal at 5:55 of overtime.Christopher Gibson made 25 saves to earn his first victory of the season. The Marlies will play their next game on Friday night at 7:30p.m. in Hamilton against the Bulldogs.

  • Toronto Maple Leafs: Game By Game Summary* = Overtime, ** = Shootout, + = Sellout

    # Date Team W-L-OT Record GF-GA Scorers W Goal PP PK SF-SA W-L Gltdr. Attend.1 10/08/2014 Montral Canadiens L 00-01-00 3-4 43,42p,44 14 1-3 0-2-2 27-32 31 / 45 19745+2 10/11/2014 Pittsburgh Penguins L 00-02-00 2-5 19p,42p 14 2-5 3-5-5 25-41 29 / 45 19039+3 10/12/2014 @ New York Rangers W 01-02-00 6-3 4p,81p,43,21s,42,71 21 2-4 0-2-2 36-38 34 / 30 18006+4 10/14/2014 Colorado Avalanche5 10/17/2014 Detroit Red Wings6 10/18/2014 @ Detroit Red Wings7 10/21/2014 @ New York Islanders8 10/22/2014 @ Ottawa Senators9 10/25/2014 Boston Bruins

    10 10/28/2014 Buffalo Sabres11 10/31/2014 @ Columbus Blue Jackets12 11/01/2014 Chicago Blackhawks13 11/04/2014 @ Arizona Coyotes14 11/06/2014 @ Colorado Avalanche15 11/08/2014 New York Rangers16 11/12/2014 Boston Bruins17 11/14/2014 Pittsburgh Penguins18 11/15/2014 @ Buffalo Sabres19 11/18/2014 Nashville Predators20 11/20/2014 Tampa Bay Lightning21 11/22/2014 Detroit Red Wings22 11/26/2014 @ Pittsburgh Penguins23 11/29/2014 Washington Capitals24 12/02/2014 Dallas Stars25 12/04/2014 New Jersey Devils26 12/06/2014 Vancouver Canucks27 12/09/2014 Calgary Flames28 12/10/2014 @ Detroit Red Wings29 12/13/2014 Detroit Red Wings30 12/14/2014 Los Angeles Kings31 12/16/2014 Anaheim Ducks32 12/18/2014 @ Carolina Hurricanes33 12/20/2014 Philadelphia Flyers34 12/21/2014 @ Chicago Blackhawks35 12/23/2014 @ Dallas Stars36 12/28/2014 @ Florida Panthers37 12/29/2014 @ Tampa Bay Lightning38 12/31/2014 @ Boston Bruins39 01/02/2015 @ Minnesota Wild40 01/03/2015 @ Winnipeg Jets41 01/07/2015 Washington Capitals42 01/09/2015 Columbus Blue Jackets43 01/12/2015 @ Los Angeles Kings44 01/14/2015 @ Anaheim Ducks45 01/15/2015 @ San Jose Sharks46 01/17/2015 @ St. Louis Blues47 01/19/2015 Carolina Hurricanes48 01/21/2015 @ Ottawa Senators49 01/28/2015 @ New Jersey Devils50 01/29/2015 Arizona Coyotes51 01/31/2015 @ Philadelphia Flyers52 02/03/2015 @ Nashville Predators53 02/06/2015 @ New Jersey Devils54 02/07/2015 Edmonton Oilers55 02/10/2015 New York Rangers56 02/12/2015 @ New York Islanders57 02/14/2015 @ Montral Canadiens58 02/17/2015 Florida Panthers59 02/20/2015 @ Carolina Hurricanes60 02/21/2015 Winnipeg Jets61 02/26/2015 Philadelphia Flyers62 02/28/2015 @ Montral Canadiens63 03/01/2015 @ Washington Capitals64 03/03/2015 @ Florida Panthers65 03/05/2015 @ Tampa Bay Lightning66 03/07/2015 St. Louis Blues67 03/09/2015 New York Islanders68 03/11/2015 Buffalo Sabres69 03/13/2015 @ Calgary Flames70 03/14/2015 @ Vancouver Canucks71 03/16/2015 @ Edmonton Oilers72 03/19/2015 San Jose Sharks73 03/21/2015 @ Ottawa Senators74 03/23/2015 Minnesota Wild75 03/26/2015 Florida Panthers76 03/28/2015 Ottawa Senators77 03/31/2015 Tampa Bay Lightning78 04/01/2015 @ Buffalo Sabres79 04/04/2015 @ Boston Bruins80 04/05/2015 Ottawa Senators81 04/08/2015 @ Columbus Blue Jackets82 04/11/2015 Montral Canadiens

  • Toronto Maple Leafs: Player Game By Game SummarySkaters: Goals-Assists (Game Winning or Game Tying), Shots / (+/-), TOI Goalies: Goals Allowed/Shots, Decision, Minutes Played

    Date Opp. PHANEUF #3

    ROBIDAS #12

    LUPUL #19

    VAN RIEMSDYK #21

    HOLLAND #24

    SANTORELLI #25

    WINNIK #26

    Oct 8 Vs MTL 0-1,0/-1 23:31 0-0,0/-1 20:03 0-1,1/-1 14:43 0-0,3/-2 22:07 0-0,1/0 11:01 0-1,3/1 11:08 0-0,2/0 10:39Oct 11 Vs PIT 0-0,2/0 19:40 0-0,0/0 13:33 1-0,5/-1 17:57 0-0,4/0 18:02 0-0,1/-1 10:01 0-0,0/0 12:15 0-0,2/0 12:31Oct 12 @ NYR 0-1,0/0 23:53 0-1,3/-1 22:10 0-0,3/1 19:40 1-1(W),4/1 20:16 0-0,2/-1 05:52 0-0,1/0 12:08 0-1,2/1 20:14

    Date Opp. FRATTIN #39

    BOZAK #42

    KADRI #43

    RIELLY #44

    POLAK #46

    KOMAROV #47

    PERCY #50

    Oct 8 Vs MTL 0-0,0/0 09:24 1-0,2/-2 21:31 1-0,3/-1 14:10 1-0,3/-1 19:03 0-0,1/0 17:34 0-1,2/1 14:22 0-1,1/0 20:21Oct 11 Vs PIT DND 1-0,2/0 16:31 0-0,1/-1 17:44 0-1,3/-2 21:53 0-0,1/0 20:49 0-0,0/0 14:58 0-1,2/0 20:21Oct 12 @ NYR DND 1-1,2/0 17:58 1-0,4/1 19:46 0-0,2/0 14:20 0-0,1/2 22:51 0-2,3/0 13:03 0-1,2/2 20:00

    Date Opp. GARDINER #51

    KOZUN #67

    CLARKSON #71

    KESSEL #81

    PANIK #18

    FRANSON #4

    REIMER #34

    Oct 8 Vs MTL 0-0,0/-1 19:28 0-1,2/-1 13:22 0-0,1/1 13:33 0-0,2/-2 20:31 DNPOct 11 Vs PIT 0-1,0/-2 23:04 0-0,0/-1 12:05 0-0,1/0 15:16 0-0,1/-1 16:51 0-0,0/-1 08:17 DNPOct 12 @ NYR DND 0-0,0/0 07:43 1-0,3/0 14:23 1-2,3/0 19:08 0-0,0/-1 05:28 1-1,1/-1 17:07 2/26W 46:43

    Date Opp. BERNIER #45

    Oct 8 Vs MTL 4/32L 59:29Oct 11 Vs PIT 5/41L 00:00Oct 12 @ NYR 1/12 13:17

  • Randy Carlyle, 58, was named the 28th Head Coach in Toronto Maple Leafs history on March 2, 2012. Carlyle became the 16th individual tohave both played for the Maple Leafs and then taken the reins as the teams coach. The Sudbury, Ontario native played 94 games for the Blueand White from 1976 to 1978, registering two goals and 16 assists. During Carlyles first season (2012-13, 48-game season) coaching the Leafs, the team compiled a record of 26-17-5, finished fifth in theEastern Conference and gained a playoff berth. Prior to the start of this season, Carlyle has amassed a record of 70-62-16 in Toronto. Carlyle, a former James Norris Trophy winner with the Pittsburgh Penguins, most recently spent seven seasons as the Anaheim Ducks headcoach. He led the Ducks to their first Stanley Cup championship (2007), Pacific Division championship (2007) and five playoff appearances(2005-09, 2011).

    Toronto Maple Leafs: Head Coach and Player BiosHead Coach: Randy Carlyle

    #34: James Reimer (G) 6' 2", 208 lbs. / Mar 15, 1988 (26 years and 6 months)

    RIGH-muhrDrafted: Toronto - 4th Round (99th Overall, 2006)Last Win: OCT 12, 2014 @ NY RANGERSLast SO: OCT 29, 2013 @ EDMONTON (31)Career Shootouts: 36/54 (.667), 7-9

    GP W-L-OT SO GAA SV%Season 1 1-0-0 0 2.55 .923Career 141 66-48-15 11 2.85 .914

    Career vs. Opp 3 2-0-1 0 2.65 .910

    Season Highs: Shots Saves2626

    2410/12 vs NYR

    2014-15: Played 3 preseason games posting a record of 1-1-0 with a 2.42 goals against average and a .917 save percentage. Made 23saves to earn his first victory of the season Oct. 12 at New York (left during 3rd period for precautionary reasons). 2013-14: Played 36 games for the Maple Leafs compiling a record of 12-16-1 with a 3.29 goals against average, a .911 save percentage and 1shutout Tied a career-high with 49 saves on Nov. 23 vs. WSH Compiled a shootout record of 4-0, stopping 8 attempts on 11 shots(72.7%) Played 4 games for Canada at the IIHF World Hockey Championships compiling a record of 3-0-1. Nazem Kadri and Morgan Riellywere also part of Team Canada at the World Championships. Career Notables:

    Won ECHL Championship and was named Kelly Cup Playoff MVP (2008-09)

    Selected to play for Team Canada at the World Hockey Championships, posting a record of 4-0-0 with a 2.04 goals against average. Dion

    Phaneuf and Jonathan Bernier were also members of Team Canada (2010-11)

    #45: Jonathan Bernier (G) 6' 0", 185 lbs. / Aug 7, 1988 (26 years and 2 months)

    BUHRN-yayDrafted: Los Angeles - 1st Round (11th overall, 2006)Acquired: From Los Angeles for Matt Frattin, Ben Scrivens and a second roundpick in either 2014 or 2015 Entry Draft, June 23, 2013.Last Win: APR 1, 2014 vs CALGARY (4)Last SO: OCT 10, 2013 @ NASHVILLE (54)Career Shootouts: 24/41 (.585), 6-8

    GP W-L-OT SO GAA SV%Season 3 0-2-0 0 4.51 .882Career 120 55-41-13 7 2.55 .917

    Career vs. Opp 2 0-1-0 0 1.81 .939

    Season Highs: Shots Saves4141

    3610/11 vs PIT

    2014-15: Played in 3 preseason games posting a record of 3-0-0 with a 1.17 goals against average and .958 save percentage. 2013-14: Played 55 games for the Maple Leafs compiling a record of 26-19-7 with a 2.68 goals against average, a .923 save percentage and 1shutout Established career-highs for games played and wins in a single season Ranked 8th in NHL save percentage Posted a recordof 8-3-2 when facing 40 or more shots Made a career-high 48 saves on Dec. 5 vs. DAL Played in 100th career NHL game Jan. 25 atWPG Compiled a season shootout record of 5-4. Career Notables:

    Won gold medal with Canada at the U20 World Junior Hockey Championships (2007-08)

    Won AHL's Best Goaltender Award (2009-10)

    Selected to play for Canada at the World Championships, posting a record of 2-1-0 with a 2.01 goals against average. Dion Phaneuf and

    James Reimer were also members of Team Canada (2010-11)

    Won Stanley Cup Championship with Los Angeles (2011-12)

    Won Spengler Cup with Team Canada (2012-13)

  • #3: Dion Phaneuf (D) 6' 3", 214 lbs. / Apr 10, 1985 (29 years and 6 months)

    Drafted: Calgary Flames - 1st Round (9th Overall, 2003)Acquired: From Calgary with Fredrik Sjostrom and Keith Aulie for Matt Stajan, NiklasHagman, Jamal Mayers and Ian White, January 31, 2010.Last Goal: MAR 16, 2014 @ WASHINGTON (16)Last Assist: OCT 12, 2014 @ NY RANGERSCareer Shootouts: 0/7 (0%), 0 GDG

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 3 0-2-2 -1 2Career 683 114-259-373 2 947

    Career vs. Opp 38 6-14-20 -5 38

    Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    3 times1

    2 times1

    2 times2

    10/12 vs NYR23:53

    10/12 vs NYR2

    10/11 vs PIT7

    10/11 vs PIT+0

    2 times

    2014-15: Played 4 preseason games collecting 5 points (3 goals, 2 assists) and 13 penalty minutes. Leads team in average ice time through three

    regular season games (22:21).

    2013-14: Played 80 games for the Maple Leafs collecting 31 points (8 goals, 23 assists) 9th in NHL PIMs (144) ... Ranked 1st on Maple Leafs in

    penalty minutes and TOI/game (23:33), 2nd in hits (227) and blocked shots (156) ... Maple Leafs were 20-3-5 when Phaneuf collected a point Played

    300th career Maple Leafs game Apr. 8 at TBL.

    Career Notables:

    Named WHLs Top Defenceman (2003-04)

    Won gold medal with Team Canada and was named tournaments best defencemanNamed to CHL First All-Star Team for second consecutive

    season (2004-05)

    Named to NHL All-Rookie Team (2005-06)

    Won gold medal with Team Canada at World Championships (2006-07)

    Finalist for the NHLs Norris Trophy (award won by Nicklas Lidstrom) (2007-08)

    Named Captain of the Toronto Maple Leafs on June 14, 2010

    #4: Cody Franson (D) 6' 5", 213 lbs. / Aug 8, 1987 (27 years and 2 months)

    Drafted: Nashville Predators - 3rd Round (79th Overall, 2005)Acquired: Acquired from Nashville with Matthew Lombardi for Brett Lebda and RobertSlaney, July 3, 2011.Last Goal: OCT 12, 2014 @ NY RANGERSLast Assist: OCT 12, 2014 @ NY RANGERSCareer Shootouts: 1/5 (20%), 1 GDG

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 1 1-1-2 -1 0Career 323 29-106-135 7 106

    Career vs. Opp 9 3-3-6 5 2

    Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-1

    10/12 vs NYR1

    10/12 vs NYR2

    10/12 vs NYR0

    10/12 vs NYR17:07

    10/12 vs NYR1

    10/12 vs NYR4

    10/12 vs NYR--1

    10/12 vs NYR

    2014-15: Played 3 preseason games collecting 3 points (1 goal, 2 assists). Left game on September 28 against Buffalo with a knee injury. Removed off

    injured reserve October 11. Made season debut collecting two points (1 goal, 1 assist) Oct. 12 at New York

    2013-14: Played 79 games for the Maple Leafs collecting 33 points (5 goals, 28 assists) with 30 penalty minutes ... Ranked 2nd in NHL hits (282)

    Ranked 1st on Maple Leafs in hits and 3rd in blocked shots ... Established career-highs in assists and points Played 300th career NHL game Feb. 6

    at TBL.

    Career Notables:

    Won WHL Championship with Vancouver Giants (2005-06)

    Won Memorial Cup and was named to CHL Memorial Cup All-Star TeamWon Gold Medal with Team Canada at World Junior Hockey

    Championship (2006-07)

    Selected to participate in AHL All-Star Game and was named AHL Second Team All-Star while playing for the Milwaukee Admirals (2008-09)

    Played with Mike Santorelli for part of the season with the Nashville Predators (2009-10)

  • #12: Stephane Robidas (D) 5' 11", 190 lbs. / Mar 3, 1977 (37 years and 7 months)

    Drafted: Montreal - 7th Round (164th Overall, 1995)Acquired: Signed as a free agent by Toronto, July 1, 2014.Last Goal: MAR 31, 2014 vs WINNIPEG (10)Last Assist: OCT 12, 2014 @ NY RANGERSCareer Shootouts: 1/5 (20%), 1 GDG

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 3 0-1-1 -2 2Career 888 56-196-252 6 681

    Career vs. Opp 42 2-9-11 1 28

    Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    3 times1

    10/12 vs NYR1

    10/12 vs NYR2

    10/12 vs NYR22:10

    10/12 vs NYR3

    10/12 vs NYR4

    2 times+0

    10/11 vs PIT

    2014-15: Held pointless in his only preseason game on October 3 against Detroit. Named an assistant captain and made his Maple Leafs debut on

    October 8 vs. Montreal. Registered first point (assist) as a Maple Leaf Oct. 12 at New York.

    2013-14: Split season between Dallas and Anaheim Played 24 games for Dallas collecting 5 points (4 goals, 1 assist) with 12 penalty minutes

    Missed 43 regular season games due to a broken leg sustained Nov. 29 vs. CHI Played 14 games for Anaheim collecting 5 points (1 goal, 4 assists)

    with 8 penalty minutes Played 3 playoff games for Anaheim collecting 2 penalty minutes Sustained a right leg fracture in GM #3 of WCQF Apr. 21

    at DAL, which ended his season. ..Played with Daniel Winnik for part of the season in Anaheim.

    Career Notables:

    Named QMJHLs Top Defenceman and First Team All-Star (1996-97)

    Selected to participate in NHL All-Star Game (2008-09)

    Named one of top three players on Team Canada at World Hockey Championship (2012-13)

    #18: Richard Panik (R) 6' 1", 208 lbs. / Feb 7, 1991 (23 years and 8 months)

    Drafted: Tampa Bay - 2nd Round (52nd Overall, 2009)Acquired: Claimed off waivers from Tampa Bay on October 9, 2014Last Goal: APR 10, 2014 vs PHILADELPHIA (4)Last Assist: APR 11, 2014 vs COLUMBUS (3)Career Shootouts: 0/2 (0%), 0 GDG

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 2 0-0-0 -2 0Career 77 8-14-22 -13 25

    Career vs. Opp - ----- - -

    Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    2 times0

    2 times0

    2 times0

    2 times8:17

    10/11 vs PIT0

    2 times3

    10/11 vs PIT--1

    2 times

    2014-15: Registered 1 goal in 4 preseason games with Tampa Bay. Claimed on waivers by the Toronto Maple Leafs from Tampa Bay on October 9.

    Made his debut with Toronto on Oct. 11 against Pittsburgh.

    2013-14: Played 50 games with the Lightning collecting 13 points (3 goals, 10 assists) with 21 penalty minutes Played 2 playoff games with the

    Lightning collecting 4 penalty minutes...Played 13 games with the Syracuse Crunch (AHL) collecting 11 points (3 goals, 8 assists) with 8 penalty

    minutes.

    Career Notables:

    Carter Ashton was Tampa Bay's second pick (29th overall) during the same draft as Panik (2009-10)

    Played on a line with Peter Holland while playing for the Guelph Storm (OHL) (2010-11)

    Won the Calder Cup Championship with the Norfolk Admirals (2011-12)

    Selected to participate in the 2012-13 AHL All-Star Game

    #19: Joffrey Lupul (L) 6' 1", 206 lbs. / Sep 23, 1983 (31 years)

    Drafted: Anaheim - 1st Round (7th Overall, 2002)Acquired: From Anaheim with Jake Gardiner and a fourth round pick (later obtainedby San Jose Fredrik Bergvik) in 2013 Entry Draft for Francois Beauchemin,February 9, 2011.Last Goal: OCT 11, 2014 vs PITTSBURGH (1)Last Assist: OCT 8, 2014 vs MONTREAL (2)Career Shootouts: 11/25 (44%), 6 GDG

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 3 1-1-2 -1 0Career 603 185-202-387 -60 369

    Career vs. Opp 24 7-5-12 -10 8

    Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-1

    10/11 vs PIT1

    10/8 vs MTL1

    2 times0

    3 times19:40

    10/12 vs NYR5

    10/11 vs PIT3

    10/8 vs MTL+1

    10/12 vs NYR

    2014-15: Skated in 4 preseason games collecting 2 assists and 4 penalty minutes. Registered his first goal of the season Oct. 11 against Pittsburgh.

    2013-14: Played 69 games for the Maple Leafs collecting 44 points (22 goals, 22 assists) with 44 penalty minutes Ranked 3rd on Maple Leafs in

    goals and shots (191) Missed 7 games (Nov. 27 Dec. 8) due to a groin injury Collected 200th career NHL assist Mar. 18 at DET Played

    600th career NHL game Apr. 5, left game due to injury Shootout Stats: 5 for 6 (83.3%).

    Career Notables:

    Named to CHL First All-Star Team while leading the WHL in goals (56) (2001-02)

    Won Silver Medal with Team Canada at U20 World Junior Hockey Championship (2002-03)

    Selected to participate in NHL All-Star Game (2011-12)

  • #20: David Booth (L) (*Injured) 6' 0", 212 lbs. / Nov 24, 1984 (29 years and 10 months)

    Drafted: Florida - 2nd Round (53rd Overall, 2004)Acquired: Signed as a free agent by Toronto, July 22, 2014.Last Goal: APR 10, 2014 vs COLORADO (2)Last Assist: APR 13, 2014 vs CALGARYCareer Shootouts: 3/14 (21%), 0 GDG

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason - ----- - -Career 443 113-105-218 -18 181

    Career vs. Opp 14 4-3-7 6 9

    Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-- - - - - - - -

    2014-15 : Skated in 3 preseason games collecting 1 assist. Sustained a broken right foot on September 28 vs. Buffalo and placed on injured reserve.

    2013-14: Played 66 games for Vancouver collecting 19 points (10 goals, 9 assists) with 18 penalty minutes Registered 200th career NHL point Oct. 6

    at CGY Played 400th career NHL game Dec. 14 vs. BOS Registered 100th career NHL assist Dec. 22 vs. WPG Missed 10 games due to

    injuryPlayed with Mike Santorelli in Vancouver.

    Career Notables:

    Named to NCAA (CCHA) All-Rookie Team (2002-03)

    Won Gold Medal with Team USA at the World Junior Hockey Championships (2003-04)

    Played parts of two seasons with Mike Santorelli in Florida (2010-12)

    #21: James van Riemsdyk (L) 6' 3", 200 lbs. / May 4, 1989 (25 years and 5 months)

    VAN REEMZ-dighkDrafted: Philadelphia - 1st Round (2nd overall, 2007)Acquired: From Philadelphia for Luke Schenn, June 23, 2012.Last Goal: OCT 12, 2014 @ NY RANGERSLast Assist: OCT 12, 2014 @ NY RANGERSCareer Shootouts: 7/14 (50%), 3 GDG

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 3 1-1-2 -1 5Career 327 96-98-194 -4 170

    Career vs. Opp 5 1-2-3 1 2

    Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-1

    10/12 vs NYR1

    10/12 vs NYR2

    10/12 vs NYR5

    10/11 vs PIT22:07

    10/8 vs MTL4

    2 times2

    2 times+1

    10/12 vs NYR

    2014-15: Led the Maple Leafs in preseason points with 7 (4 goals, 3 assists) in 5 games. Leads all Maple Leaf forwards in ice time through three games

    (20:04).

    2013-14: Played 80 games for the Maple Leafs collecting 61 points (30 goals, 31 assists) with 50 penalty minutes Ranked 1st on Maple Leafs in PPG

    (9) and SHG (2), and 2nd in goals, assists, points and shots (279) Established single-season career-highs for goals, assists, and points Played

    300th career NHL game Feb. 4 at FLA Tied NHL record with goal 4 seconds into 2nd period Mar. 28 at PHI ... Played 6 games for Team USA at 2014

    Olympic Winter Games collecting 7 points (1 goal, 6 assists).

    Career Notables:

    Named to U20 World Junior Hockey Championship All-Star Team while leading the tournament in points (11) (2007-08)

    Posted best plus/minus rating (+7) and most assists (6) of any player at the 2014 Olympic Winter Gamesbrother Trevor signed a contract with the

    Chicago Blackhawks (2013-14)

    #24: Peter Holland (C) 6' 2", 194 lbs. / Jan 14, 1991 (23 years and 9 months)

    Drafted: Anaheim - 1st Round (15th overall, 2009)Acquired: Acquired from Anaheim with Brad Staubitz for Jesse Blacker, Torontossecond round pick and Anaheims seventh round pick (previously acquired in 2014Entry Draft), November 16, 2013.Last Goal: DEC 27, 2013 vs BUFFALO (24)Last Assist: JAN 15, 2014 vs BUFFALO (18)Career Shootouts: 0/0 (0%), 0 GDG

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 3 0-0-0 -2 2Career 71 10-7-17 2 26

    Career vs. Opp 2 0-0-0 -2 0

    Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    3 times0

    3 times0

    3 times2

    10/11 vs PIT11:01

    10/8 vs MTL2

    10/12 vs NYR1

    2 times+0

    10/8 vs MTL

    2014-15: Held pointless in 6 preseason games with the Maple Leafs.

    2013-14: Played 39 games for the Maple Leafs collecting 10 points (5 goals, 5 assists) with 16 penalty minutes Played 14 games for the Toronto

    Marlies (AHL) collecting 10 points (5 goals, 5 assists) with 10 penalty minutes Played 4 games for Anaheim collecting 1 goal and 2 penalty minutes

    Played 10 games for Norfolk (AHL) collecting 9 points (5 goals, 4 assists) with 22 penalty minutes Played 11 playoff games for the Marlies collecting

    15 points (7 goals, 8 assists) with 6 penalty minutes Ranked 1st on the Marlies in playoff goals, assists (tie) and points.

    Career Notables

    Won Gold Medal with Team Canada at U17 World Hockey Championships (2007-08)

    Selected to participate in CHL Top Prospects game (2008-09)

    Played on a line with Richard Panik while playing for the Guelph Storm (2010-11)

    Played with Daniel Winnik in Anaheim (2012-13)

  • #25: Mike Santorelli (C) 6' 0", 189 lbs. / Dec 14, 1985 (28 years and 10 months)

    Drafted: Nashville - 6th Round (178th Overall, 2004)Acquired: Signed as a free agent by Toronto, July 3, 2014.Last Goal: JAN 10, 2014 vs ST. LOUIS (6)Last Assist: OCT 8, 2014 vs MONTREAL (2)Career Shootouts: 12/28 (43%), 5 GDG

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 3 0-1-1 1 0Career 260 43-45-88 -42 56

    Career vs. Opp 5 2-1-3 -1 0

    Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    3 times1

    10/8 vs MTL1

    10/8 vs MTL0

    3 times12:15

    10/11 vs PIT3

    10/8 vs MTL0

    3 times+1

    10/8 vs MTL

    2014-15: Collected 2 assists and 2 penalty minutes in 4 preseason games with the Maple Leafs. Registered first point (assist) as a Maple Leaf on

    October 8 vs. Montreal.

    2013-14: Played 49 games for Vancouver collecting 28 points (10 goals, 18 assists) with 6 penalty minutes Established a career-high for GWG (3)

    Missed final 33 games of the season due to injuryTeammate of David Booth for one year with the Vancouver Canucks.

    Career Notables:

    Named NCAA (CCHA) First Team All-Star and NCAA (West) Second Team All-American while playing at Northern Michigan University (2006-07)

    Selected to participate in the AHL All-Star Game (2008-09)

    Played parts of two seasons with David Booth in Florida (2010-12)

    #26: Daniel Winnik (C) 6' 2", 207 lbs. / Mar 6, 1985 (29 years and 7 months)

    Drafted: Phoenix - 9th Round (265th overall, 2004)Acquired: Signed as a free agent by Toronto, July 28, 2014.Last Goal: APR 7, 2014 @ VANCOUVER (6)Last Assist: OCT 12, 2014 @ NY RANGERSCareer Shootouts: 0/0 (0%), 0 GDG

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 3 0-1-1 1 4Career 493 49-102-151 6 230

    Career vs. Opp 18 2-2-4 0 13

    Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    3 times1

    10/12 vs NYR1

    10/12 vs NYR2

    2 times20:14

    10/12 vs NYR2

    3 times1

    10/12 vs NYR+1

    10/12 vs NYR

    2014-15: Held pointless in 5 preseason games with the Maple Leafs. Made his Maple Leafs regular season debut on October 8 vs. Montreal. Registered

    his first point (assist) as a Maple Leaf Oct. 12 at New York.

    2013-14: Played 76 games for Anaheim collecting 30 points (6 goals, 24 assists) with 23 penalty minutes Established career-highs for assists and

    points Collected 100th career assist Mar. 31 vs. WPG Played 9 playoff games for Anaheim collecting 1 assist with 2 penalty minutesPlayed with

    Stephane Robidas in Anaheim for part of the season.

    Career Notables:

    Named to the NCAA (Hockey East) All Tournament Team (2004-05)

    Named to NCAA (Hockey East) Second All-Star Team (2005-06)

    Played with Peter Holland in Anaheim (2012-13)

    #37: Carter Ashton (R) 6' 3", 215 lbs. / Apr 1, 1991 (23 years and 6 months)

    Drafted: Tampa Bay - 1st Round (29th Overall, 2009)Acquired: Acquired from Tampa Bay for Keith Aulie, February 28, 2012.Last Goal: -Last Assist: JAN 25, 2014 @ WINNIPEG (4)Career Shootouts: 0/0 (0%), 0 GDG

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason - ----- - -Career 47 0-3-3 -9 32

    Career vs. Opp 2 0-1-1 1 0

    Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-- - - - - - - -

    2014-15: Held pointless in 3 preseason games with the Maple Leafs.

    2013-14: Played 32 games for the Maple Leafs collecting 3 assists with 19 penalty minutes Played 24 games for the Toronto Marlies (AHL) collecting

    23 points (16 goals, 7 assists) with 30 penalty minutes Ranked 1st on Marlies in SHG (2-tie) Played 12 playoff games for the Marlies collecting 9

    points (4 goals, 5 assists) with 16 penalty minutes Ranked 1st (tie) on Marlies in playoff penalty minutes.

    Career Notables:

    Won a Gold Medal with Team Canada at the U17 World Hockey Championships (2007-08)

    Won a Silver Medal with Team Canada at the U20 World Junior Hockey Championships (2010-11)

  • #39: Matt Frattin (R) 6' 0", 205 lbs. / Jan 3, 1988 (26 years and 9 months)

    Drafted: Toronto - 4th Round (99th Overall, 2007)Acquired: Acquired from Columbus for Jerry DAmigo and a conditional seventh rounddraft pick in 2015 Entry Draft, July 1, 2014.Last Goal: NOV 19, 2013 vs TAMPA BAY (24)Last Assist: APR 6, 2014 vs NY ISLANDERS (1)Career Shootouts: 1/4 (25%), 0 GDG

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 1 0-0-0 0 0Career 127 17-18-35 -3 40

    Career vs. Opp 1 0-0-0 0 0

    Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    10/8 vs MTL0

    10/8 vs MTL0

    10/8 vs MTL0

    10/8 vs MTL9:24

    10/8 vs MTL0

    10/8 vs MTL0

    10/8 vs MTL+0

    10/8 vs MTL

    2014-15: Held pointless in 5 preseason games with the Maple Leafs.

    2013-14: Split season between Los Angeles and Columbus Played 40 games for Los Angeles collecting 6 points (2 goals, 4 assists) with 11 penalty

    minutes Played 4 games for Columbus collecting 1 assist Played 100th career NHL game Nov. 14 at NY Islanders.

    Career Notables:

    Named to NCAA (WCHA) All-Academic Team (2008-09)

    Won NCAA (WCHA) Championship with North Dakota (2009-10)

    NCAA (WCHA) Player of the Year, NCAA (WCHA) Scoring Champion, NCAA (West) First Team All-American and NCAA Hobey Baker Award Finalist

    (2010-11)

    #42: Tyler Bozak (C) 6' 1", 195 lbs. / Mar 19, 1986 (28 years and 6 months)

    Drafted: N/AAcquired: Signed as a free agent by Toronto April 3, 2009.Last Goal: OCT 12, 2014 @ NY RANGERSLast Assist: OCT 12, 2014 @ NY RANGERSCareer Shootouts: 10/18 (56%), 2 GDG

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 3 3-1-4 -2 0Career 299 75-112-187 -42 62

    Career vs. Opp 5 1-3-4 -3 2

    Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-1

    3 times1

    10/12 vs NYR2

    10/12 vs NYR0

    3 times21:31

    10/8 vs MTL2

    3 times1

    2 times+0

    2 times

    2014-15: Collected 3 points (1 goal, 2 assists) in 3 preseason games with the Maple Leafs. Has registered a goal in each of the first three regular

    season games (career high goal streak). Ranks 2nd (tie) in NHL goals (3).

    2013-14: Played 58 games for the Maple Leafs collecting 49 points (19 goals, 30 assists) with 14 penalty minutes Ranked 1st in NHL shooting

    percentage (21.1%) Ranked 2nd on Maple Leafs in SHG (1-tie) and 3rd in plus/minus (+2-tie) Established single-season career-highs in goals,

    assists, points and plus/minus (+2) Missed 12 games (Oct. 26 Nov. 23) with a hamstring injury and 12 games (Dec. 5 27) with an oblique injury

    Became 3rd NHL player to score a penalty shot goal and GWG in OT in same game Mar. 5 at NYR.

    Career Notables:

    BCHLs Top Scorer (128 points) (2006-07)

    Named to NCAA (WCHA) All-Rookie Team and won the NCAA (WCHA) Championship at the University of Denver (2007-08)

    Named to NCAA (WCHA) All-Academic Team (2008-09)

    #43: Nazem Kadri (C) 6' 0", 188 lbs. / Oct 6, 1990 (24 years)

    KAH-dree, NAW-zehmDrafted: Toronto - 1st Round (7th Overall, 2009)Acquired: N/ALast Goal: OCT 12, 2014 @ NY RANGERSLast Assist: MAR 25, 2014 vs ST. LOUIS (11)Career Shootouts: 3/13 (23%), 2 GDG

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 3 2-0-2 -1 0Career 180 48-67-115 1 106

    Career vs. Opp 3 0-0-0 0 2

    Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-1

    2 times0

    3 times1

    2 times0

    3 times19:46

    10/12 vs NYR4

    10/12 vs NYR4

    10/8 vs MTL+1

    10/12 vs NYR

    2014-15: Registered 4 points (2 goals, 2 assists) in 6 preseason games with the Maple Leafs. Scored first goal of the season on Oct. 8 against

    Montreal.

    2013-14: Played 78 games for the Maple Leafs collecting 50 points (20 goals, 30 assists) with 67 penalty minutes Established single-season career

    highs in goals, assists, points, penalty minutes, PPG, GWG (2) and shots (148) Collected 100th career NHL point on Jan. 30 vs. FLA Played 8

    games for Canada at IIHF World Championships collecting 3 assists with 4 penalty minutes...Morgan Rielly and James Reimer were also part of Team

    Canada at the World Championships.

    Career Notables:

    Won the OHL Championship while playing for the Kitchener Rangers. Current Maple Leafs assistant coach Steve Spott was an assistant coach with

    the Rangers (2007-08)

    Named to OHLs Second All-Star TeamWon a Silver Medal and with Team Canada at the U20 World Junior Hockey Championships. Brandon

    Kozun was a member of Team Canada as well (2009-10)

  • #44: Morgan Rielly (D) 6' 1", 205 lbs. / Mar 9, 1994 (20 years and 7 months)

    Drafted: Toronto - 1st Round (5th Overall, 2012)Acquired: N/ALast Goal: OCT 8, 2014 vs MONTREAL (2)Last Assist: OCT 11, 2014 vs PITTSBURGH (1)Career Shootouts: 0/0 (0%), 0 GDG

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 3 1-1-2 -3 0Career 76 3-26-29 -16 12

    Career vs. Opp 2 0-0-0 1 0

    Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-1

    10/8 vs MTL1

    10/11 vs PIT1

    2 times0

    3 times21:53

    10/11 vs PIT3

    2 times1

    10/11 vs PIT+0

    10/12 vs NYR

    2014-15: Collected 5 points (1 goal, 4 assists) in 5 preseason games with the Maple Leafs. Scored first goal of the season on opening night against

    Montreal.

    2013-14: Played 73 games for the Maple Leafs collecting 27 points (2 goals, 25 assists) with 12 penalty minutes Ranked 2nd among NHL rookie

    defencemen in assists and 6th in points Scored 1st NHL goal Dec. 16 at PIT (Fleury) ... 1st NHL point (assist) Oct. 10 at NSH ... NHL debut Oct. 5 vs.

    OTT ... Played 8 games for Canada at the World Hockey Championships collecting 3 points (1 goal, 2 assists). Nazem Kadri and James Reimer were

    also part of Team Canada.

    Career Notables:

    Won the Telus Cup Championship while playing for the Notre Dame Hounds (2009-10)

    Won a Gold Medal with Team Canada at the U17 World Hockey Championships (2010-11)

    Won a Gold Medal with Team Canada at the Ivan Hlinka Memorial Tournament (2011-12)

    Named WHL Defenceman of the Year (East) and WHL (East) First Team All-Star (2012-13)

    #46: Roman Polak (D) 6' 0", 236 lbs. / Apr 28, 1986 (28 years and 5 months)

    Drafted: St. Louis - 6th Round (180th Overall, 2004)Acquired: Acquired from St. Louis for Carl Gunnarsson and Calgarys fourth roundpick in 2014 Entry Draft (previously acquired, Ville Husso).Last Goal: MAR 11, 2014 vs DALLAS (20)Last Assist: MAR 27, 2014 vs MINNESOTA (12)Career Shootouts: 0/0 (0%), 0 GDG

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 3 0-0-0 2 0Career 427 13-66-79 -5 319

    Career vs. Opp 21 0-0-0 -7 18

    Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    3 times0

    3 times0

    3 times0

    3 times22:51

    10/12 vs NYR1

    3 times7

    10/8 vs MTL+2

    10/12 vs NYR

    2014-15: Skated in 4 preseason games collecting 4 points (1 goal, 3 assists) and 8 penalty minutes. Made his Maple Leafs debut on October 8 vs.

    Montreal. Ranks third on the Maple Leafs in average ice time through three games (20:24).

    2013-14: Played 72 games for St. Louis collecting 13 points (4 goals, 9 assists) with 71 penalty minutes Ranked 1st among St. Louis defencemen in

    hits (151) Tied a career-high for goals in a season Finished 1st in St. Louis training camp fitness testing for 2nd consecutive season Played 6

    playoff games for St. Louis collecting 1 assist with 4 penalty minutes.

    Career Notables:

    Won a Bronze Medal with Team Czech Republic at the U18 WJC (2003-04)

    Won a Bronze Medal with Team Czech Republic at the U20 World Junior Hockey Championships (2004-05)

    #47: Leo Komarov (C) 5' 11", 198 lbs. / Jan 23, 1987 (27 years and 8 months)

    Drafted: Toronto - 6th Round (180th Overall, 2006)Acquired: N/ALast Goal: APR 25, 2013 @ FLORIDA (4)Last Assist: OCT 12, 2014 @ NY RANGERSCareer Shootouts: 0/0 (0%), 0 GDG

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 3 0-3-3 1 0Career 45 4-8-12 0 18

    Career vs. Opp - ----- - -

    Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    3 times2

    10/12 vs NYR2

    10/12 vs NYR0

    3 times14:58

    10/11 vs PIT3

    10/12 vs NYR5

    10/11 vs PIT+1

    10/8 vs MTL

    2014-15: Skated in 4 preseason games collecting 3 points (1 goal, 2 assists). Registered first multi-point game (2 assists) of his NHL career on Oct. 12

    at New York.

    2013-14: Played 52 games for Moscow Dynamo (KHL) collecting 34 points (12 goals, 22 assists) with 42 penalty minutes Ranked 1st on Moscow

    Dynamo in points (tie), 2nd in assists and 3rd (tie) in goals Played 7 playoff games for Moscow Dynamo collecting 4 points (3 goals, 1 assist) with 22

    penalty minutes Ranked 1st on Moscow Dynamo in playoff goals and points Played 6 games for Finland at Olympic Winter Games winning bronze

    Played 10 games and won a silver medal with Finland at the IIHF World Championships.

    Career Notables:

    Won a Bronze Medal with Team Finland at the U20 World Junior Hockey Championships (2005-06)

    Won a Gold Medal with Team Finland at the IIHF World Hockey Championships (2010-11)

    Won the KHLs Gagarin Cup while playing for Moscow Dynamo (2011-12)

    Named to KHL All-Star Game for second time (2013-14)

  • #50: Stuart Percy (D) 6' 1", 187 lbs. / May 18, 1993 (21 years and 4 months)

    Drafted: Toronto - 1st Round (25th Overall, 2011)Acquired: N/ALast Goal: -Last Assist: OCT 12, 2014 @ NY RANGERSCareer Shootouts: 0/0 (0%), 0 GDG

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 3 0-3-3 2 0Career 3 0-3-3 2 0

    Career vs. Opp - ----- - -

    Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    3 times1

    3 times1

    3 times0

    3 times20:21

    2 times2

    2 times1

    2 times+2

    10/12 vs NYR

    2014-15: Collected 2 assists in 6 preseason games with the Maple Leafs. Registered first NHL point (assist) in first career NHL game on October 8 vs.

    Montreal. Ranks 1st (tie) among NHL rookies in scoring with 3 points (3 assists) during his first three games. Only rookie defenceman in Maple Leafs

    history to record a point in each of his first three games.

    2013-14: In 1st professional season played 71 games for the Toronto Marlies (AHL) collecting 25 points (4 goals, 21 assists) with 30 penalty minutes

    Ranked 2nd amongst Marlies defencemen in assists and points Played 2 playoff games for the Marlies collecting 4 penalty minutes.

    Career Notables:

    Won a Silver Medal with Canada at the U17 World Hockey Championships (2009-10)

    Named to CHL Memorial Cup All-Star Team and won a Gold Medal with Team Canada at the Ivan Hlinka Memorial Tournament (2010-11)

    #51: Jake Gardiner (D) 6' 2", 184 lbs. / Jul 4, 1990 (24 years and 3 months)

    Drafted: Anaheim - 1st Round (17th Overall, 2008)Acquired: From Anaheim with Joffrey Lupul and a fourth round pick (later obtained bySan Jose Fredrik Bergvik) in 2013 Entry Draft for Francois Beauchemin, February 9,2011.Last Goal: MAR 19, 2014 vs TAMPA BAY (13)Last Assist: OCT 11, 2014 vs PITTSBURGHCareer Shootouts: 0/0 (0%), 0 GDG

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 2 0-1-1 -3 0Career 169 17-49-66 -8 37

    Career vs. Opp 2 1-0-1 -1 2

    Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    2 times1

    10/11 vs PIT1

    10/11 vs PIT0

    2 times23:04

    10/11 vs PIT0

    2 times4

    10/8 vs MTL--1

    10/8 vs MTL

    2014-15: Collected 5 points (2 goals, 3 assists) in 5 preseason games. Collected an assist and led the Maple Leafs in ice time (23:04) on Oct. 11 against

    Pittsburgh.

    2013-14: Played 80 games for the Maple Leafs collecting 31 points (10 goals, 21 assists) with 19 penalty minutes Ranked 2nd in TOI/game (21:04)

    Established single-season career-highs for games played, goals, points, penalty minutes, PPG (2), SHG, GWG and shots (136) Ranked 1st (tie)

    on Maple Leafs for points in month of March with 11 points (6 goal, 5 assists) in 15 games played Played 8 games for Team USA at the IIHF World

    Hockey Championships collecting 4 points (1 goal, 3 assists).

    Career Notables:

    Named to NCAA (WCHA) All-Rookie Team (2008-09)

    Won a Gold Medal with Team USA at the U20 World Junior Hockey Championships (2009-10)

    Named to NCAA (WCHA) Second All-Star TeamSelected as NCAA (West) Second Team All-American (2010-11)

    Named to NHL All-Rookie Team (2011-12)

  • #67: Brandon Kozun (R) 5' 8", 167 lbs. / Mar 8, 1990 (24 years and 7 months)

    Drafted: Los Angeles - 6th Round (179th Overall, 2009)Acquired: Acquired from Los Angeles for Andrew Crescenzi, January 22, 2014Last Goal: -Last Assist: OCT 8, 2014 vs MONTREAL (2)Career Shootouts: 0/0 (0%), 0 GDG

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 3 0-1-1 -2 2Career 3 0-1-1 -2 2

    Career vs. Opp - ----- - -

    Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    3 times1

    10/8 vs MTL1

    10/8 vs MTL2

    10/8 vs MTL13:22

    10/8 vs MTL2

    10/8 vs MTL2

    2 times+0

    10/12 vs NYR

    2014-15: Skated in 6 preseason games collecting 5 points (2 goals, 3 assists) and 4 penalty minutes. Registered an assist in first career NHL game

    October 8 vs. Montreal.

    2013-14: Split season between Manchester (AHL) and the Toronto Marlies (AHL) Played 43 games for Manchester (AHL) collecting 29 points (10

    goals, 19 assists) with 38 penalty minutes Played 32 games for the Marlies collecting 17 points (7 goals, 10 assists) with 32 penalty minutes On

    combined season totals ranked 3rd on Marlies in assists Played 14 playoff games for the Marlies collecting 6 points (4 points, 2 assists) with 8 penalty

    minutes.

    Career Notables:

    WHL (East) First Team All-Star (2008-09)

    Named CHL First Team All-Star while leading the entire CHL in scoring (107 points)Won a Silver Medal with Team Canada at the U20 World Junior

    Hockey Championships (Nazem Kadri was a member of Team Canada as well)Won the WHL Championship with CalgaryLed all WHL players in

    playoff points (30) (2009-10)

    #71: David Clarkson (R) 6' 1", 200 lbs. / Mar 31, 1984 (30 years and 6 months)

    Drafted: N/AAcquired: Signed as a free agent by Toronto, July 5, 2013.Last Goal: OCT 12, 2014 @ NY RANGERSLast Assist: FEB 6, 2014 @ TAMPA BAY (25)Career Shootouts: 3/9 (33%), 3 GDG

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 3 1-0-1 1 2Career 489 103-79-182 -45 865

    Career vs. Opp 5 0-0-0 0 10

    Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-1

    10/12 vs NYR0

    3 times1

    10/12 vs NYR2

    10/11 vs PIT15:16

    10/11 vs PIT3

    10/12 vs NYR5

    10/11 vs PIT+1

    10/8 vs MTL

    2014-15: Skated in 1 preseason game with the Maple Leafs collecting 1 goal and 7 penalty minutes. Left game with broken orbital bone following 3rd

    period fight with Cody McCormick. Collected his first goal of the season Oct. 12 at New York.

    2013-14: Played 60 games for the Maple Leafs collecting 11 points (5 goals, 6 assists) with 93 penalty minutes Ranked 3rd on Maple Leafs in penalty

    minutes Registered 9 fighting majors Automatically suspended 10 regular season games (Oct. 1 22) after being assessed a game misconduct for

    leaving the bench on an illegal line change to join an altercation Sep. 22 vs. BUF Scored 100th career NHL goal Dec. 21 vs. DET Missed 8 games

    (Jan. 18 Feb. 1) due to elbow injury.

    Career Notables:

    Won the OHL Championship and CHLs Memorial Cup while playing for the Kitchener Rangers. Current Maple Leafs assistant coach Steve Spott was

    an assistant coach with the Rangers (2002-03)

    Named to the NHL Young Stars Roster (2007-08)

  • #81: Phil Kessel (R) 6' 0", 202 lbs. / Oct 2, 1987 (27 years)

    Drafted: Boston - 1st Round (5th Overall, 2006)Acquired: From Boston for Torontos first (Tyler Seguin) and second (Jared Knight)round picks in 2010 Entry Draft, and first round pick (Dougie Hamilton) in 2011 EntryDraft, September 18, 2009.Last Goal: OCT 12, 2014 @ NY RANGERSLast Assist: OCT 12, 2014 @ NY RANGERSCareer Shootouts: 15/55 (27%), 13 GDG

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 3 1-2-3 -3 4Career 589 223-239-462 -44 170

    Career vs. Opp 6 5-0-5 -2 0

    Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-1

    10/12 vs NYR2

    10/12 vs NYR3

    10/12 vs NYR4

    10/11 vs PIT20:31

    10/8 vs MTL3

    10/12 vs NYR1

    10/8 vs MTL+0

    10/12 vs NYR

    2014-15: Skated in 3 preseason games with the Maple Leafs collecting 4 points (1 goal, 3 assists). Registered three points (1 goal, 2 assists) on Oct. 12

    at New York.

    2013-14: Played 82 games for the Maple Leafs collecting 80 points (37 goals, 43 assists) Ranked 3rd in NHL shots (305), 5th in goals (tie) and 6th in

    points (tie) Ranked 1st on Maple Leafs in games played (tie), goals, assists, points, GWG (6) and shots, and 2nd in PPG (8) Tied a career-high for

    goals in a season Collected 400th career NHL point and scored 2 goals Nov. 19 vs. NYI Played 6 games for Team USA at Olympic Winter Games

    collecting 8 points (5 goals, 3 assists) Ranked 1st in Olympic goals (tie) and points (tie), and was named top forward of the tournament.

    Career Notables:

    Won the NHL's Bill Masterton Trophy for Sportsmanship...Named to NHL Young Stars Roster (2006-07)

    Won silver medal with Team USA at the Winter Olympics (2009-10)

    Brother Blake signed AHL Contract with the Toronto Marlies (2014-15)

  • LAST GAME - Colorado 2 at Boston 1 Daniel Briere scored his 300th NHL goal with less than a second left in regulation to give the Avalanche a 2-1 victory over the BostonBruins at TD Garden. Jamie McGinn also scored for the Avs and Reto Berra stopped 27-of-28 shots in his first start of the season. Thewin was Colorados seventh straight victory at Boston, as the Avs havent lost in Beantown since March 30, 1998. CURRENT INJURIES Patrick Bordeleau (back). John Mitchell (head). Jesse Winchester (head). RECENT TRANSACTIONS None AVS CONTINUE FOUR-GAME TRIP TONIGHT IN TORONTO The Colorado Avalanche continues their four-game road trip tonight in Toronto against the Maple Leafs. The Avs opened the trip with a2-1 victory in Boston yesterday afternoon. The Avalanche will play at Ottawa on Thursday before wrapping up the trip on Saturdaynight in Montreal. AVS & MAPLE LEAFS Tonight is the first of two meetings between the Avalanche and Maple Leafs this season. Toronto will visit Denver on Nov. 6. The Avs have won their last four visits here to the Air Canada Centre. Colorado's last loss in this building was March 20, 2004. All-time Record vs. Toronto: 37-26-9 Home Record: 18-10-5 Road Record: 19-16-4 Record Since Moving To Denver: 14-10-2 2013-14 Record: 1-1-0 (1-0 on the road) BRIERE TALLIES 300TH IN DRAMATIC FASHION Daniel Briere scored his 300th NHL goal yesterday afternoon in Boston, lighting the lamp with under a second left in regulation to givethe Avalanche a 2-1 victory. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, Briere is the first Avalanche player to ever score a game-winninggoal with one second left in regulation. BACK-TO-BACK The Avs are playing their first of 12 back-to-back games, as they take on the Maple Leafs tonight after beating the Bruins 2-1 yesterdayafternoon in Boston. The Avalanche played 10 back-to-back games last season, going 7-2-1 in the first game and 4-4-2 in the second. EAST SIDE STORY The Avs are 1-0 versus Eastern Conference teams this season after beating the Bruins 2-1 yesterday afternoon. Colorado finished 21-9-2 against Eastern Conference teams last year, 10-4-2 at home and 11-5-0 on the road. After yesterdays victory in Boston, Coloradois now 35-13-3 against the East since the start of the 2011-12 season, 55-23-9 since 2009-10 and 83-43-9 since 2005-06. IGINLA CLIMBING THE ALL-TIME LISTS Jarome Iginla has 1,167 career pointsincluding 560 goalsin 1,313 career regular season games. His 560 goals are tied with GuyLafleur for 24th place on the NHLs all-time list, while his 1,167 career points rank 50th on the all-time scoring list. His next goal will notonly move him past Lafleur but also tie him with Mike Modano (561) for 23rd all-time. Iginla needs three points to tie Bobby Hull (1170)for 49th all-time. Only Jaromir Jagr (705) has more goals among active players and only Jagr (1757) and Joe Thornton (1195) havemore points. Iginla has twice finished runner-up for the Hart Trophy (2002, 2004), which included finishing second in the closest votingever in 2001-02. He won the Maurice Rocket Richard Trophy as the NHLs leading goal scorer in both 2002 and 2004 and capturedthe 2002 Art Ross Trophy as the leagues scoring leader. Iginla was named to the NHLs First All-Star Team in 2001-02, 2007-08 and2008-09, and the NHLs Second All-Star Team in 2003-04. He was selected to the NHL All-Rookie Team and was a finalist for theCalder Trophy in 1996-97. Jarome has won the 2004 NHL Foundation Player Award (community service), 2004 King Clancy MemorialTrophy (leadership and humanitarian contribution in his community) and the 2009 Mark Messier NHL Leadership Award.

    Colorado Avalanche: Media Notes

  • MOST GOALS, ACTIVE PLAYERS Jaromir Jagr 705 Jarome Iginla 560 Marian Hossa 465 ALL-TIME GOAL LEADERS (No. 21-25) 21. Mats Sundin 564 Joe Nieuwendyk 564 23. Mike Modano 561 24. Jarome Iginla 560 Guy Lafleur 560 MOST POINTS, ACTIVE PLAYERS Jaromir Jagr 1757 Joe Thornton 1195 Jarome Iginla 1167 MOST POINTS, ALL-TIME (No. 45-50) 45. Dino Ciccarelli 1200 46. Joe Thornton 1195 47. Rod BrindAmour 1184 48. Sergei Fedorov 1179 49. Bobby Hull 1170 50. Jarome Iginla 1167 STUART NEARING 1,000 Brad Stuart needs just 12 games to reach 1,000 career regular season games in the NHL. Alex Tanguay can also reach the 1,000-game mark this season, as he has appeared in 941 contests, 59 shy of 1,000. OTHER MILESTONES TO WATCH FOR - Jan Hejda needs one assist to reach 100 NHL assists. - Semyon Varlamov has appeared in 153 games as a member of the Avalanche, tying Ron Tugnutt for seventh place on thefranchises all-time list for games played by a goaltender. - Varlamovs 78 wins with Colorado rank seventh in franchise history, one behind Mario Gosselin (79) for sixth. - Alex Tanguay needs one goal to tie Dale Hunter (142) for ninth place on the franchise's all-time goal-scoring list. - Cody McLeod needs 15 penalty minutes to reach 1,000 career PIM ... He will become the first player in Avalanche history and sixth infranchise history to surpass 1,000 PIM. - Ryan OReilly needs nine points to reach 200 career points. - Maxime Talbot needs 12 games to reach 600 career contests and five assists to reach 100 career helpers. CENTRAL DIVISION CHAMPS The Avalanche tied their franchise record with 52 wins and posted their-second highest point total ever (112) en route to winning theCentral Division title in 2013-14. Colorado finished 52-22-8, exactly 26-11-4 at home (56 points) and 26-11-4 on the road (56 points). The Avs set a franchise mark for road wins on their way to finishing with the best road record in the NHL. NINTH DIVISION CROWN; FIRST SINCE 2002-03 The Avs last season won their ninth division championship since moving to Denver, their first since 2002-03. It markedColorado/Quebecs 11th division title in franchise history, which includes an NHL-record streak of nine consecutive division crowns from1995 to 2003. The Avalanche/Nordiques have now won the Central Division (2013-14), five Northwest Division titles (1998-99 to 2002-03), three Pacific Division crowns (1995-98), a Northeast Division title (1994-95) and an Adams Division banner (1985-86). ROAD, SWEET ROAD The Avalanche last year set a franchise record for road wins in a season with 26. The Avs led the NHL in road wins, points (56) andwinning percentage (683%). The Avalanche began the year a league-best 6-0 away from home, matching their longest road winningstreak to begin a season in franchise history, and finished the year 15-5-2 in their last 22 road contests.

  • CENTRAL SUCCESS Colorado finished 19-6-3 against Central Division opponents last season, 9-3-2 at home and 10-3-1 on the road. The Avs were 4-1-0vs. Chicago, 4-1-0 vs. Dallas, 4-0-1 vs. Minnesota, 3-1-0 vs. Nashville, 1-3-0 vs. St. Louis and 3-0-2 vs. Winnipeg. The Central endedup being the only division to produce five playoff teams in 2013-14. AWARD-WINNING SEASON The Avalanche took home three individual trophies at the 2014 NHL Awards Show in Las Vegas on June 24. Nathan MacKinnon wonthe Calder Trophy as the leagues top rookie, Ryan OReilly won the Lady Byng Trophy for sportsmanship and gentlemanly conduct,while Patrick Roy won the Jack Adams Award as the coach of the year. The Avs and Boston Bruins were the only teams to producethree winners. Semyon Varlamov was a finalist for the Vezina Trophy, making Colorado one of only two teams with four awardsfinalists (Tampa Bay was the other). THE POWER OF ONE The Avs were 28-4-8 in one-goal games last year, the best winning percentage in the NHL (.700%). Colorados 28 one-goal wins werealso a league high. WORKING OVERTIME The Avs finished 15-8 in games that went beyond regulation last season, 10-4 in overtime and 5-4 in shootouts. The Avalanches 10overtime wins and 15 combined OT/shootout wins led all NHL teams. Colorado was 7-2 in road overtime games, setting a franchiserecord for road OT wins in a single season. GETTING OFFENSIVE Colorado finished fourth in the NHL in scoring last season, averaging 2.99 goals-per-game (245 total). It was the clubs most goals andhighest average since 2006-07 (267 total, 3.26 per). Colorado had five different 20-goal scorers and five different 50-point producers,the first time the Avs have accomplished either feat since 2006-07. Boston, Chicago, Pittsburgh and St. Louis were the only otherteams to have five different players reach both scoring plateaus. Colorados defensemen combined for 48 goals and 173 points, theirhighest totals since 2005-06 (52 and 204). SPECIALTY TEAMS The Avalanche finished tied for fifth in power-play percentage last season at 19.8% (50-for-252), the clubs highest ranking sinceplacing fourth in 2006-07. Colorado finished 24th in penalty killing at 80.7% (201/249). The Avalanche allowed only one short-handedgoal, setting a franchise record for the fewest SHG allowed in a single season. Only the Predators, who did not allow a single short-handed goal, gave up fewer SHG in 2013-14. SEASON INJURY LIST

    PLAYER GAMES NATURE & DATES

    Patrick Bordeleau 3 back (Oct. 9 - present)

    John Mitchell 3 head (Oct. 9 - present)

    Jesse Winchester 3 head (Oct. 9 - present)

    TOTALS 9

  • Colorado Avalanche: Game By Game Summary* = Overtime, ** = Shootout, + = Sellout

    # Date Team W-L-OT Record GF-GA Scorers W Goal PP PK SF-SA W-L Gltdr. Attend.1 10/09/2014 @ Minnesota Wild L 00-01-00 0-5 29 0-4 0-2-2 16-48 35 / 1 19098+2 10/11/2014 Minnesota Wild L 00-02-00 0-3 3 0-3 0-6-6 30-34 35 / 1 18139+3 10/13/2014 @ Boston Bruins W 01-02-00 2-1 11,48 48 0-3 1-3-3 30-28 20 / 72 17565+4 10/14/2014 @ Toronto Maple Leafs5 10/16/2014 @ Ottawa Senators6 10/18/2014 @ Montral Canadiens7 10/21/2014 Florida Panthers8 10/24/2014 Vancouver Canucks9 10/26/2014 @ Winnipeg Jets

    10 10/28/2014 San Jose Sharks11 10/30/2014 New York Islanders12 11/01/2014 @ St. Louis Blues13 11/02/2014 Anaheim Ducks14 11/04/2014 Vancouver Canucks15 11/06/2014 Toronto Maple Leafs16 11/08/2014 @ Philadelphia Flyers17 11/11/2014 @ New York Islanders18 11/13/2014 @ New York Rangers19 11/15/2014 @ New Jersey Devils20 11/20/2014 Washington Capitals21 11/22/2014 Carolina Hurricanes22 11/25/2014 @ Arizona Coyotes23 11/26/2014 Chicago Blackhawks24 11/29/2014 Dallas Stars25 12/01/2014 Montral Canadiens26 12/04/2014 @ Calgary Flames27 12/05/2014 @ Winnipeg Jets28 12/09/2014 Nashville Predators29 12/11/2014 Winnipeg Jets30 12/13/2014 St. Louis Blues31 12/18/2014 @ Pittsburgh Penguins32 12/20/2014 @ Buffalo Sabres33 12/21/2014 @ Detroit Red Wings34 12/23/2014 St. Louis Blues35 12/27/2014 Chicago Blackhawks36 12/29/2014 @ St. Louis Blues37 12/31/2014 Philadelphia Flyers38 01/02/2015 Edmonton Oilers39 01/04/2015 Columbus Blue Jackets40 01/06/2015 @ Chicago Blackhawks41 01/08/2015 Ottawa Senators42 01/10/2015 Dallas Stars43 01/12/2015 @ Washington Capitals44 01/13/2015 @ Carolina Hurricanes45 01/15/2015 @ Florida Panthers46 01/17/2015 @ Tampa Bay Lightning47 01/19/2015 @ St. Louis Blues48 01/21/2015 Boston Bruins49 01/27/2015 @ Nashville Predators50 01/30/2015 Nashville Predators51 02/03/2015 @ Dallas Stars52 02/05/2015 Detroit Red Wings53 02/07/2015 @ Minnesota Wild54 02/08/2015 @ Winnipeg Jets55 02/12/2015 New York Rangers56 02/14/2015 Dallas Stars57 02/16/2015 Arizona Coyotes58 02/18/2015 Los Angeles Kings59 02/20/2015 @ Chicago Blackhawks60 02/22/2015 Tampa Bay Lightning61 02/24/2015 @ Nashville Predators62 02/27/2015 @ Dallas Stars63 02/28/2015 Minnesota Wild64 03/04/2015 Pittsburgh Penguins65 03/07/2015 @ Columbus Blue Jackets66 03/08/2015 @ Minnesota Wild67 03/10/2015 Los Angeles Kings68 03/12/2015 New Jersey Devils69 03/14/2015 Calgary Flames70 03/19/2015 @ Arizona Coyotes71 03/20/2015 @ Anaheim Ducks72 03/23/2015 @ Calgary Flames73 03/25/2015 @ Edmonton Oilers74 03/26/2015 @ Vancouver Canucks75 03/28/2015 Buffalo Sabres76 03/30/2015 Edmonton Oilers77 04/01/2015 @ San Jose Sharks78 04/03/2015 @ Anaheim Ducks79 04/04/2015 @ Los Angeles Kings80 04/07/2015 Nashville Predators81 04/09/2015 Winnipeg Jets82 04/11/2015 Chicago Blackhawks

  • Colorado Avalanche: Player Game By Game SummarySkaters: Goals-Assists (Game Winning or Game Tying), Shots / (+/-), TOI Goalies: Goals Allowed/Shots, Decision, Minutes Played

    Date Opp. HOLDEN #2

    BARRIE #4

    GUENIN #5

    JOHNSON #6

    HEJDA #8

    DUCHENE #9

    MCGINN #11

    Oct 9 @ MIN 0-0,2/-2 20:02 0-0,2/-3 21:06 0-0,0/-1 14:49 0-0,0/-1 22:50 0-0,1/-1 17:09 0-0,1/0 19:56 0-0,0/-3 12:30Oct 11 Vs MIN 0-0,2/-1 24:57 0-0,4/-1 23:12 DND 0-0,1/0 07:02 0-0,0/0 20:49 0-0,3/0 18:13 0-0,0/-1 12:56Oct 13 @ BOS 0-0,2/0 21:14 0-1,4/1 22:50 DND 0-0,1/1 24:56 0-1,2/2 22:00 0-1,3/1 17:19 1-0,3/1 13:10

    Date Opp. IGINLA #12

    STUART #17

    CLICHE #24

    TALBOT #25

    MACKINNON #29

    TANGUAY #40

    EVERBERG #45

    Oct 9 @ MIN 0-0,0/0 18:11 0-0,1/-2 20:25 0-0,1/-1 10:39 0-0,0/-3 12:34 0-0,0/-2 16:02 0-0,1/-1 16:54 0-0,3/0 07:56Oct 11 Vs MIN 0-0,2/0 15:41 0-0,0/-2 23:11 0-0,0/0 10:03 0-0,1/0 10:54 0-0,4/-1 16:34 0-0,1/-2 15:59 0-0,0/-1 07:42Oct 13 @ BOS 0-0,0/1 17:17 0-0,1/0 20:34 0-0,0/0 10:01 0-0,0/0 09:26 0-1,2/1 18:10 0-0,1/1 19:38 0-0,2/0 12:42

    Date Opp. BRIERE #48

    MCLEOD #55

    O'REILLY #90

    LANDESKOG #92

    WILSON #44

    VARLAMOV #1

    BERRA #20

    Oct 9 @ MIN 0-0,1/-2 14:57 0-0,1/0 10:20 0-0,2/-1 19:14 0-0,0/-1 16:26 5/38L 40:00 0/10 20:00Oct 11 Vs MIN 0-0,1/-2 13:49 0-0,1/0 10:50 0-0,6/-2 18:01 0-0,2/-1 17:20 0-0,2/-2 18:39 2/33L 57:08 DNPOct 13 @ BOS 1-0(W),4/1 17:57 0-0,2/0 07:51 0-0,2/0 16:35 0-0,1/0 16:52 0-0,0/0 06:07 DNP 1/28W 59:45

  • - Was named Head Coach/VP of Hockey Operations on May 23, 2013 and begins his second season in that role. - Won the 2014 Jack Adams Award after guiding the Avalanche to a 52-22-8 record (.683) and the Central Division title in his rookie seasonbehind the bench. - Helped Colorado match its franchise record for wins and post its second-highest point total ever (112). - Roys Avalanche also set a franchise mark with 26 road wins en route to compiling the best road record in the NHL at 26-11-4 (.683). - Colorado, which finished 29th in the league standings the year before, became the first club since the NHL expanded to 21 teams in 1979 togo from the bottom three to the top three in a single season. - Became the first coach in Avalanche history and second in franchise history to win the Jack Adams Award (Marc Crawford 1994-95). - Prior to joining the Avs, spent the previous eight seasons as head coach and GM of the Quebec Remparts (QMJHL). - Was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2006.

    Colorado Avalanche: Head Coach and Player BiosHead Coach: Patrick Roy

    #1: Semyon Varlamov (G) 6' 2", 209 lbs. / Apr 27, 1988 (26 years and 5 months)

    sehm-YAWN vahr-LAW-mawvDrafted: Washington's 2nd choice (1st round, 23rd overall) in 2006 Entry DraftAcquired: Acquired from Washington in exchange for a 1st round pick in 2012and a conditional 2nd round pick in 2012, July 1, 2011Last Win: APR 10, 2014 @ VANCOUVER (2)Last SO: APR 5, 2014 @ ST. LOUIS (4)Career Shootouts: 71/94 (.755), 18-11

    GP W-L-OT SO GAA SV%Season 2 0-2-0 0 4.33 .901Career 212 108-74-24 13 2.56 .917

    Career vs. Opp 4 2-1-1 0 2.60 .917

    Season Highs: Shots Saves3838

    3310/9 vs MIN

    - Made his 200th career start on Oct. 11 vs. Minnesota.- Made his fourth consecutive Opening Night start on Oct. 9 at Minnesota.- Named to the NHLs Second All-Star Team and was a finalist for the Vezina Trophy last season.- Finished fourth in voting for the Hart Trophy.- Was narrowly edged for the Vezina by Bostons Tuukka Rask, 103 points to 90.- Led all NHL goaltenders with 41 victories, breaking Patrick Roys franchise record for most wins in a single season (40, 2000-01).- Also led all netminders in saves (1,867) and shots faced (2,013) and finished third in save percentage (.927).- Ranked among the leagues top 10 goalies in appearances (63-4th), starts (60-7th) and minutes (3640-5th).- His .927 save percentage was the highest in franchise history.

    #20: Reto Berra (G) 6' 4", 210 lbs. / Jan 3, 1987 (27 years and 9 months)

    REH-to BAIR-uhDrafted: St. Louis' 6th choice (4th round, 106th overall) in 2006 Entry DraftAcquired: Acquired from Calgary for a 2nd round selection in 2014 NHL Draft,March 5, 2014Last Win: OCT 13, 2014 @ BOSTONLast SO: -Career Shootouts: 16/21 (.762), 4-0

    GP W-L-OT SO GAA SV%Season 2 1-0-0 0 0.75 .974Career 33 10-18-3 0 2.97 .896

    Career vs. Opp - ----- - - -

    Season Highs: Shots Saves2828

    2710/13 vs BOS

    - Earned a 2-1 victory in his first start of the season on Oct. 13 at Boston, stopping 27-of-28 shots.- Is beginning his second NHL season.- Appeared in 31 combined games between the Avalanche and Flames last season, posting a 9-18-3 record with a 3.07 goals-against averageand .893 save percentage.- Saw action in two games after joining Colorado, going 0-1-1 with a 5.83 GAA.- Represented Switzerland at the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia, posting an 0-1 record with a 1.02 GAA in one start for theSwiss.- Also competed for his nation at the 2014 IIHF World Championship in Belarus.

  • #2: Nick Holden (D) 6' 4", 210 lbs. / May 15, 1987 (27 years and 4 months)

    Drafted: Signed by Columbus as a non-drafted free agent, March 28, 2008Acquired: Signed by Colorado as a free agent, July 5, 2013Last Goal: APR 5, 2014 @ ST. LOUIS (8)Last Assist: APR 13, 2014 @ ANAHEIM (3)Career Shootouts: 0/0 (0%), 0 GDG

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 3 0-0-0 -3 0Career 64 10-15-25 10 22

    Career vs. Opp 1 0-1-1 -1 0

    Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    3 times0

    3 times0

    3 times0

    3 times24:57

    10/11 vs MIN2

    3 times3

    10/13 vs BOS+0

    10/13 vs BOS

    - Signed a three-year extension with the Avalanche on July 1, 2014.

    - Finished second among Avalanche defensemen with 10 goals while appearing in 54 games during his first full NHL season in 2013-14.

    - Ranked fourth among Colorado D-men in points (25) and assists (15).

    - His +12 plus/minus rating finished second among Avs defensemen and fifth overall on the team.

    - Went on to lead all Avalanche defensemen with three goals and four points (3g/1a) in seven games during the postseason.

    - Was the first Colorado defender to score three goals in a single series since Rob Blake tallied five in the 2002 Western Conference Semifinal against

    Los Angeles.

    - Holdens three goals tied Jack Johnson for the most by an NHL blueliner in the first round of the 2014 playoffs.

    #4: Tyson Barrie (D) 5' 10", 190 lbs. / Jul 26, 1991 (23 years and 2 months)

    Drafted: Colorado's 4th selection (3rd round, 64th overall) in 2009 Entry DraftLast Goal: APR 10, 2014 @ VANCOUVER (4)Last Assist: OCT 13, 2014 @ BOSTONCareer Shootouts: 1/2 (50%), 1 GDG

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 3 0-1-1 -3 2Career 109 15-37-52 1 32

    Career vs. Opp 2 0-0-0 0 0

    Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    3 times1

    10/13 vs BOS1

    10/13 vs BOS2

    10/11 vs MIN23:12

    10/11 vs MIN4

    2 times0

    3 times+1

    10/13 vs BOS

    - Led all Colorado defensemen with 13 goals last season, the most by an Avs blueliner since 2006-07 (John-Michael Liles - 14).

    - Barrie finished second among Avalanche defensemen in both points (38) and assists (25) while appearing in 64 games.

    - Scored three overtime goals last year, tying the single-season franchise record set by David Jones in 2010-11.

    - Was the first NHL defenseman to score three OT goals in one season since Atlantas Dustin Byfuglien in 2010-11.

    - Has scored four career overtime goals, the most by a blueliner in franchise history.

    - Tallied five game-winning goals last year, the second-most by a defender in club history (Derek Morris, 7, 2002-03).

    - Finished third on the team with a +17 plus/minus rating.

    #5: Nate Guenin (D) 6' 3", 207 lbs. / Dec 10, 1982 (31 years and 10 months)

    GEH-nihnDrafted: NY Rangers' 3rd choice (4th round, 127th overall) in 2002 Entry DraftAcquired: Signed by Colorado as a free agent, July 5, 2013Last Goal: FEB 28, 2014 vs PHOENIX (21)Last Assist: APR 5, 2014 @ ST. LOUIS (6)Career Shootouts: 0/0 (0%), 0 GDG

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 1 0-0-0 -1 0Career 101 3-10-13 5 60

    Career vs. Opp 3 0-0-0 0 4

    Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    10/9 vs MIN0

    10/9 vs MIN0

    10/9 vs MIN0

    10/9 vs MIN14:49

    10/9 vs MIN0

    10/9 vs MIN0

    10/9 vs MIN--1

    10/9 vs MIN

    - Appeared in 68 games during his first full NHL season with the Avalanche in 2013-14, tallying nine points (1g/8a) with a +3 plus/minus rating.

    - Finished third on the Avalanche in blocked shots (128) and was second on the club in short-handed ice time at 2:48 per game.

    - Was nominated by the Colorado chapter of the Professional Hockey Writers Association for the Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy (perseverance,

    sportsmanship and dedication to hockey).

    #6: Erik Johnson (D) 6' 4", 232 lbs. / Mar 21, 1988 (26 years and 6 months)

    Drafted: St. Louis' 1st pick (1st round, 1st overall) in 2006 Entry DraftAcquired: Acquired from St. Louis, along with Jay McClement and a 1st round pick in2011, in exchange for Kevin Shattenkirk, Chris Stewart and a 2nd round choice in2011, Feb. 18, 2011Last Goal: APR 8, 2014 @ EDMONTON (6)Last Assist: APR 10, 2014 @ VANCOUVER (5)Career Shootouts: 0/2 (0%), 0 GDG

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 3 0-0-0 0 21Career 412 36-134-170 -26 289

    Career vs. Opp 7 0-6-6 0 0

    Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    3 times0

    3 times0

    3 times17

    10/11 vs MIN24:56

    10/13 vs BOS1

    2 times2

    2 times+1

    10/13 vs BOS

    - Is beginning his seventh NHL season, his fifth with Colorado.

    - Led all Colorado defensemen with 39 points last year, tying his career high set in 2009-10 with St. Louis.

    - Also led all Avs defensemen with a career-high 30 assists.

    - Led the club in ice time at 23:00 per game, the first Avalanche player to average over 23 minutes a night since Kyle Quincey in 2009-10 (23:37).

  • #8: Jan Hejda (D) 6' 4", 230 lbs. / Jun 18, 1978 (36 years and 3 months)

    YAHN HAY-dahDrafted: Buffalo's 4th choice (4th round, 106th overall) in 2003 Entry DraftAcquired: Signed as a free agent, July 1, 2011Last Goal: JAN 18, 2014 @ NASHVILLE (37)Last Assist: OCT 13, 2014 @ BOSTONCareer Shootouts: 0/0 (0%), 0 GDG

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 3 0-1-1 1 0Career 549 24-99-123 6 275

    Career vs. Opp 8 1-3-4 0 4

    Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    3 times1

    10/13 vs BOS1

    10/13 vs BOS0

    3 times22:00

    10/13 vs BOS2

    10/13 vs BOS4

    2 times+2

    10/13 vs BOS

    - Is beginning his ninth NHL season, his fourth with Colorado.

    - Set a career high with six goals and added 11 assists for 17 points in 78 games last season.

    - Led the Avalanche in blocked shots (144) and finished second on the Avs in ice time (22:19 per game).

    #9: Matt Duchene (C) 5' 11", 200 lbs. / Jan 16, 1991 (23 years and 8 months)

    DOO-shaynDrafted: Colorado's 1st selection (1st round, 3rd overall) in 2009 Entry DraftLast Goal: MAR 27, 2014 vs VANCOUVER (4)Last Assist: OCT 13, 2014 @ BOSTONCareer Shootouts: 10/28 (36%), 5 GDG

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 3 0-1-1 1 2Career 340 105-159-264 -21 90

    Career vs. Opp 5 1-2-3 0 2

    Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    3 times1

    10/13 vs BOS1

    10/13 vs BOS2

    10/11 vs MIN19:56

    10/9 vs MIN3

    2 times1

    10/11 vs MIN+1

    10/13 vs BOS

    - Is beginning his sixth NHL season.

    - Has either led or shared the team lead in scoring in three of his five NHL seasons, including each of the last two campaigns.

    - Led the Avalanche in scoring with a career-high 70 points (23g/47a) in 71 games last season.

    - Also paced the club in assists and game-winning goals (6-tied), both career bests as well.

    - Duchenes +8 plus/minus rating was also his highest as an NHL player.

    - Helped Canada win the gold medal at the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia.

    #11: Jamie McGinn (L) 6' 1", 210 lbs. / Aug 5, 1988 (26 years and 2 months)

    Drafted: San Jose's 2nd choice (2nd round, 36th overall) in 2006 Entry DraftAcquired: Acquired from San Jose, along with Mike Connolly and Michael Sgarbossa,in exchange for T.J. Galiardi, Daniel Winnik and a 7th round selection in the 2013Entry Draft, Feb. 27, 2012Last Goal: OCT 13, 2014 @ BOSTONLast Assist: APR 10, 2014 @ VANCOUVER (5)Career Shootouts: 0/1 (0%), 0 GDG

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 3 1-0-1 -3 0Career 350 66-57-123 -37 166

    Career vs. Opp 4 0-1-1 -1 0

    Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-1

    10/13 vs BOS0

    3 times1

    10/13 vs BOS0

    3 times13:10

    10/13 vs BOS3

    10/13 vs BOS2

    10/9 vs MIN+1

    10/13 vs BOS

    - Scored the Avalanches first goal of the season on Oct. 13 at Boston.

    - Beginning his seventh NHL season, his fourth with Colorado.

    - Set a career high in points (38), assists (19), game-winning goals (3), shots (167) and games played (79) last season.

    - His 19 goals fell one short of his personal best set in 2011-12

    #12: Jarome Iginla (R) 6' 1", 210 lbs. / Jul 1, 1977 (37 years and 3 months)

    Drafted: Dallas' 1st choice (1st round, 11th overall) in 1995 Entry DraftAcquired: Signed by Colorado as a free agent, July 1, 2014Last Goal: MAR 29, 2014 @ WASHINGTON (7)Last Assist: MAR 30, 2014 @ PHILADELPHIA (6)Career Shootouts: 10/42 (24%), 5 GDG

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 3 0-0-0 1 0Career 1313 560-607-1167 83 887

    Career vs. Opp 38 16-17-33 -3 19

    Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    3 times0

    3 times0

    3 times0

    3 times18:11

    10/9 vs MIN2

    10/11 vs MIN5

    10/11 vs MIN+1

    10/13 vs BOS

    - Is entering his 18th NHL season.- Has 1,167 career pointsincluding 560 goalsin 1,313 career regular season games.- His 560 goals are tied with Guy Lafleur for 24th place on the NHLs all-time list, while his 1,167 career points rank 50th on the all-time scoring list.- Has twice finished runner-up for the Hart Trophy (2002, 2004).- Won the Maurice Rocket Richard Trophy as the NHLs leading goal scorer in both 2002 and 2004.- Captured the 2002 Art Ross Trophy as the leagues scoring leader and also won the 2002 Lester B. Pearson Award (NHLPA MVP).- Was named to the NHLs First All-Star Team in 2001-02, 2007-08 and 2008-09, and the NHLs Second All-Star Team in 2003-04.- Was selected to the NHL All-Rookie Team and was a finalist for the Calder Trophy in 1996-97.- Won the 2004 NHL Foundation Player Award (community service) and 2004 King Clancy Memorial Trophy (leadership and community).- Was the recipient of the 2009 Mark Messier NHL Leadership Award.

  • #17: Brad Stuart (D) 6' 2", 215 lbs. / Nov 6, 1979 (34 years and 11 months)

    Drafted: San Jose's 1st choice (1st round, 3rd overall) in 1998 Entry DraftAcquired: Acquired from San Jose for a 2nd round selection in 2016 NHL Draft and6th round choice in 2017 NHL Draft, July 1, 2014Last Goal: DEC 3, 2013 @ TORONTO (43)Last Assist: APR 1, 2014 vs EDMONTON (8)Career Shootouts: 0/1 (0%), 0 GDG

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 3 0-0-0 -4 2Career 988 77-245-322 10 551

    Career vs. Opp 22 3-4-7 -4 12

    Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    3 times0

    3 times0

    3 times2

    10/9 vs MIN23:11

    10/11 vs MIN1

    2 times3

    10/13 vs BOS+0

    10/13 vs BOS- Is entering his 15th NHL season and his first with Colorado after being acquired from San Jose on July 1, 2014.

    - Needs just 12 games to reach 1,000 for his NHL career.

    - Has spent most of his career with San Jose but has also played for Boston, Calgary, Los Angeles and Detroit.

    - Helped the Red Wings capture the 2008 Stanley Cup championship.

    #18: Jesse Winchester (C) 6' 1", 205 lbs. / Oct 4, 1983 (31 years)

    Drafted: Signed by Ottawa as an undrafted free agent, March 24, 2008Acquired: Signed by Colorado as a free agent, July 1, 2014Last Goal: MAR 7, 2014 vs BUFFALO (11)Last Assist: APR 8, 2014 vs PHILADELPHIA (2)Career Shootouts: 0/0 (0%), 0 GDG

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason - ----- - -Career 285 20-50-70 -10 159

    Career vs. Opp 21 1-1-2 -8 18

    Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-- - - - - - - -

    - Has missed the first three games due to injury (head).

    - Is beginning his first season with Colorado after signing a two-year contract with the Avalanche on July 1, 2014.

    - Tallied 18 points (9g/9a) in 52 games for the Florida Panthers last season.

    - Has appeared in 285 career NHL games between the Panthers and Ottawa Senators, recording 70 points (20g/50a).

    #22: Zach Redmond (D) 6' 2", 205 lbs. / Jul 26, 1988 (26 years and 2 months)

    Drafted: Atlanta's 7th choice (7th round, 184th overall) in 2008 Entry DraftAcquired: Signed by Colorado as a free agent, July 1, 2014Last Goal: APR 3, 2014 vs PITTSBURGH (4)Last Assist: APR 11, 2014 @ CALGARYCareer Shootouts: 0/0 (0%), 0 GDG

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason - ----- - -Career 18 2-5-7 1 12

    Career vs. Opp 2 1-0-1 1 0

    Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-- - - - - - - -

    - Begins his first season with the Avalanche after signing with the club on July 1, 2014.

    - Has appeared in 18 career games, all with the Winnipeg Jets, tallying seven points (2g/5a).

    - Skated in 10 games for the Jets last season, tallying three points (1g/2a).

    - Spent most of the 2013-14 season with Winnipegs American Hockey League affiliate, the St. Johns IceCaps, where he recorded 25 points (6g/19a) in

    40 regular-season games and 14 points (2g/12a) in 21 playoff contests.

    #24: Marc-Andre Cliche (C) 6' 0", 202 lbs. / Mar 23, 1987 (27 years and 6 months)

    KLEESHDrafted: NY Rangers' 3rd choice (2nd round, 56th overall) in 2005 Entry DraftAcquired: Claimed by Colorado off waivers from Los Angeles, Sept. 22, 2013Last Goal: FEB 1, 2014 vs BUFFALO (31)Last Assist: APR 1, 2014 @ COLUMBUS (10)Career Shootouts: 0/0 (0%), 0 GDG

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 3 0-0-0 -1 0Career 80 1-6-7 -11 17

    Career vs. Opp 1 0-0-0 0 0

    Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    3 times0

    3 times0

    3 times0

    3 times10:39

    10/9 vs MIN1

    10/9 vs MIN0

    3 times+0

    2 times

    - Skated in 76 games for Colorado during his first full NHL season in 2013-14, recording seven points (1g/6a).

    - Dressed in each of the final 75 games after sitting out six of the first seven contests.

  • #25: Maxime Talbot (C) 5' 11", 190 lbs. / Feb 11, 1984 (30 years and 8 months)

    Drafted: Pittsburgh's 9th choice (8th round, 234th overall) in 2002 Entry DraftAcquired: Acquired from Philadelphia in exchange for Steve Downie, Oct. 31, 2013Last Goal: MAR 18, 2014 @ MONTREAL (16)Last Assist: APR 13, 2014 @ ANAHEIM (3)Career Shootouts: 0/0 (0%), 0 GDG

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 3 0-0-0 -3 0Career 588 84-95-179 -18 451

    Career vs. Opp 26 7-3-10 -4 21

    Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    3 times0

    3 times0

    3 times0

    3 times12:34

    10/9 vs MIN1

    10/11 vs MIN3

    10/9 vs MIN+0

    2 times

    - Beginning his 10th NHL season.

    - Appeared in 70 games after joining the Avalanche last season, totaling 25 points (7g/18a) with a +4 rating.

    - Skated in 81 combined games between Colorado and Philadelphia, recording 27 points (8g/19a) with a +5 rating.

    - Talbots 19 assists were a career high, while his 27 combined points were the second-most of his career.

    - Won a Stanley Cup with Pittsburgh in 2008-09.

    #29: Nathan MacKinnon (C) 6' 0", 195 lbs. / Sep 1, 1995 (19 years and 1 month)

    Drafted: Colorado's 1st selection (1st round, 1st overall) in 2013 DraftLast Goal: APR 5, 2014 @ ST. LOUIS (8)Last Assist: OCT 13, 2014 @ BOSTONCareer Shootouts: 0/3 (0%), 0 GDG

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 3 0-1-1 -2 0Career 85 24-40-64 18 26

    Career vs. Opp 2 2-1-3 0 0

    Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    3 times1

    10/13 vs BOS1

    10/13 vs BOS0

    3 times18:10

    10/13 vs BOS4

    10/11 vs MIN1

    2 times+1

    10/13 vs BOS

    - Won the 2014 Calder Memorial Trophy.

    - Became the youngest player to ever win the Calder (18 years, 224 days on the final day of regular season).

    - Was the fifth player in the 34-year history of the Avalanche/Nordiques franchise to capture rookie of the year honors, joining Peter Stastny (1980-81),

    Peter Forsberg (1994-95), Chris Drury (1998-99) and Gabriel Landeskog (2011-12).

    - Led all rookies in points (63), goals (24-tied), assists (39), power-play goals (8), game-winning goals (5-tied), shots (241) and games played (82-tied).

    - Became the first NHL player to lead all rookies in goals, assists and points since Evgeni Malkin in 2006-07.

    - Went on to share the team scoring lead during the playoffs with 10 points (2g/8a) in seven contests.

    - His 10 points were the third-most by an 18-year-old in one playoff year, behind Jaromir Jagr (13, 1991) and Ed Olczyk (11, 1985).

    #40: Alex Tanguay (L) 6' 1", 194 lbs. / Nov 21, 1979 (34 years and 10 months)

    Drafted: Colorado's 1st selection (1st round, 12th overall) in 1998 Entry DraftAcquired: Acquired from Calgary, along with Cory Sarich, in exchange for DavidJones and Shane O'Brien, June 27, 2013Last Goal: JAN 27, 2014 @ DALLAS (4)Last Assist: JAN 24, 2014 @ FLORIDA (5)Career Shootouts: 19/51 (37%), 9 GDG

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 3 0-0-0 -2 0Career 941 253-520-773 154 455

    Career vs. Opp 19 8-13-21 2 14

    Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    3 times0

    3 times0

    3 times0

    3 times19:38

    10/13 vs BOS1

    3 times0

    3 times+1

    10/13 vs BOS

    - Beginning his 15th NHL season and eighth with the Avalanche.

    - Has 411 points (141g/270a) in 469 games with the Avs, ranking him 10th on the franchises all-time scoring chart.

    - Ranks 10th in franchise history in goals (141), one behind Dale Hunter (142) for ninth.

    - Sits ninth in franchise history in assists (270).

    - Appeared in only 16 games last season due to injury. Colorado was 15-1-0 with Tanguay in the lineup.

    #44: Ryan Wilson (D) 6' 1", 210 lbs. / Feb 3, 1987 (27 years and 8 months)

    Drafted: Signed by Calgary as an undrafted free agent, July 1, 2008Acquired: Acquired from Calgary, along with Lawrence Nycholat and 2nd round pickin 2009, in exchange for Jordan Leopold, March 4, 2009Last Goal: OCT 26, 2011 @ CALGARY (92)Last Assist: APR 13, 2014 @ ANAHEIM (2)Career Shootouts: 0/0 (0%), 0 GDG

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 2 0-0-0 -2 0Career 229 7-60-67 19 157

    Career vs. Opp 3 0-0-0 1 0

    Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    2 times0

    2 times0

    2 times0

    2 times18:39

    10/11 vs MIN2

    10/11 vs MIN4

    10/11 vs MIN+0

    10/13 vs BOS

    - Is beginning his sixth NHL season, all with the Avalanche.

    - Appeared in 28 games for Colorado last season, tallying six points (0g/6a).

  • #45: Dennis Everberg (R) 6' 4", 205 lbs. / Dec 31, 1991 (22 years and 9 months)

    Acquired: Signed by Colorado as a free agent, April 29, 2014Last Goal: -Last Assist: -Career Shootouts: 0/0 (0%), 0 GDG

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 3 0-0-0 -1 0Career 3 0-0-0 -1 0

    Career vs. Opp - ----- - -

    Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    3 times0

    3 times0

    3 times0

    3 times12:42

    10/13 vs BOS3

    10/9 vs MIN3

    10/11 vs MIN+0

    2 times

    - Made his NHL debut in the season opener on Oct. 9 at Minnesota, recording a team-high three shots.

    - Is beginning his first NHL season, also his first season in North America.

    - Has played his entire career in Sweden.

    - Spent his third full season with Rogle (Allsvenskan league) in 2013-14, finishing third on the team with 34 points (17g/17a) in 47 games.

    #48: Daniel Briere (C) 5' 9", 174 lbs. / Oct 6, 1977 (37 years)

    Drafted: Phoenix's 2nd choice (1st round, 24th overall) in 1996 Entry DraftAcquired: Acquired from Montreal for PA Parenteau and a 5th round pick in 2015 NHLDraft, June 30, 2014Last Goal: OCT 13, 2014 @ BOSTONLast Assist: MAR 29, 2014 @ FLORIDA (9)Career Shootouts: 21/54 (39%), 8 GDG

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 3 1-0-1 -3 2Career 919 300-385-685 -20 728

    Career vs. Opp 47 17-27-44 3 40

    Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-1

    10/13 vs BOS0

    3 times1

    10/13 vs BOS2

    10/11 vs MIN17:57

    10/13 vs BOS4

    10/13 vs BOS1

    10/11 vs MIN+1

    10/13 vs BOS

    - Scored his 300th NHL goal on Oct. 13 at Boston, lighting the lamp with less than a second left in regulation to give the Avalanche a 2-1 victory.

    - Briere became the first Avalanche player to ever score a game-winning goal with one second left in regulation.

    - Is beginning his 16th NHL season, his first with Colorado.

    - Tallied 25 points (13g/12a) and had a +1 plus/minus rating in 69 games for the Montreal Canadiens last season.

    - Also appeared in 16 of Montreals 17 playoff games as the Canadiens advanced to the Eastern Conference Final.

    #55: Cody McLeod (L) 6' 2", 210 lbs. / Jun 26, 1984 (30 years and 3 months)

    Acquired: Signed by Colorado as a free agent, July 6, 20062nd NHL / 2nd COL SeasonLast Goal: MAR 29, 2014 vs SAN JOSE (5)Last Assist: MAR 27, 2014 vs VANCOUVER (6)Career Shootouts: 1/1 (100%), 1 GDG

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 3 0-0-0 0 7Career 470 50-41-91 -31 985

    Career vs. Opp 6 0-0-0 -2 13

    Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    3 times0

    3 times0

    3 times7

    10/13 vs BOS10:50

    10/11 vs MIN2

    10/13 vs BOS4

    10/11 vs MIN+0

    3 times

    - Has spent his entire career with the Avalanche after signing as a free agent on July 6, 2006.

    - Signed a three-year extension with the club prior to this season on Sept. 29, 2014.

    - McLeods 985 career PIM are the most in Avalanche history and the sixth-most in franchise history.

    #90: Ryan O'Reilly (C) 6' 0", 210 lbs. / Feb 7, 1991 (23 years and 8 months)

    Drafted: Colorado's 2nd selection (2nd round, 33rd overall) in 2009 Entry DraftLast Goal: APR 6, 2014 vs PITTSBURGH (7)Last Assist: APR 11, 2014 @ SAN JOSE (4)Career Shootouts: 7/17 (41%), 4 GDG

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 3 0-0-0 -3 0Career 348 73-118-191 -11 52

    Career vs. Opp 5 1-3-4 1 0

    Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    3 times0

    3 times0

    3 times0

    3 times19:14

    10/9 vs MIN6

    10/11 vs MIN0

    3 times+0

    10/13 vs BOS

    - Is entering his sixth NHL season.

    - Won the 2014 Lady Byng Memorial Trophy for sportsmanship and gentlemanly conduct combined with a high standard of playing ability.

    - Became only the second player in franchise history to win the Lady Byng Trophy, joining Joe Sakic in 2001.

    - Led the team with a career-high 28 goals, the most by an Avalanche player since 2009-10 (Chris Stewart, 28).

    - Also led the club in power-play goals (9) and game winners (6-tied) and ranked first among Avalanche forwards in ice time (19:49).

    - Was flagged for just one minor penalty all season, joining Butch Goring (1977-78, Los Angeles) as the only players ever to receive two or fewer PIM

    over 80 or more games.

    - Led the NHL with 83 takeaways, the second time in his career that hes paced the league in that category (2011-12)It also marked the fourth time in

    OReillys career that hes led the team in takeaways (each of his four full seasons as a matter of fact).

  • #92: Gabriel Landeskog (L) 6' 1", 210 lbs. / Nov 23, 1992 (21 years and 10 months)

    Drafted: Colorado's 1st choice (1st round, 2nd overall) in 2011 Entry Draft.Last Goal: APR 1, 2014 @ COLUMBUS (10)Last Assist: APR 8, 2014 @ EDMONTON (6)Career Shootouts: 2/6 (33%), 2 GDG

    GP G-A-P +/- PIMSeason 3 0-0-0 -2 6Career 202 57-77-134 35 150

    Career vs. Opp 3 0-0-0 -1 0

    Season Highs: G A P PIM TOI Shots Hits +/-0

    3 times0

    3 times0

    3 times4

    10/11 vs MIN17:20

    10/11 vs MIN2

    10/11 vs MIN5

    10/9 vs MIN+0

    10/13 vs BOS

    - Appeared in his 200th NHL game on Opening Night at Minnesota on Oct. 9.

    - Is entering his fourth NHL season, his third as team captain.

    - Set career highs and finished second on the Avalanche in points (65), goals (26) and assists (39-tied) last season.

    - Led the team with a +21 plus/minus rating.

    - Was the first Colorado player to score 25 or more goals with a plus/minus of +20 or better since Alex Tanguay in 2003-04.

    - Was named team captain of the Avalanche on Sept. 4, 2012, becoming the youngest captain in NHL history (19 years, 286 days).

    - Was 11 days younger than Sidney Crosby, who was 19 years, 297 days when he was named captain of the Pittsburgh Penguins on May 31, 2007.

    - Is just the fourth captain in Avalanche history, joining Joe Sakic, Adam Foote and Milan Hejduk.

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