A two-time Olympian, Dany Heatley was a member of the gold medal-winning Canadian men’s hockey team at Vancouver 2010. He finished the tournament with four goals and three assists. He had previously played at Turin 2006 when Canada finished seventh.
Getting to know…
Son of Murray and Karin … Has one brother, Mark … Born in Germany, where his father was playing professional hockey, but grew up in Calgary and has dual citizenship … Actively supports Teammates for Kids, Shoot for a Cure and the Leukemia Lymphoma Society … Favourite hobbies: golf, music … Nickname: Heater.
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Notable International Results
World Championship Results: 2009 (Bern, SUI): Silver 2008 (Halifax & Quebec City, CAN): Silver 2005 (Vienna & Innsbruck, AUT): Silver 2004 (Prague, CZE): Gold 2003 (Helsinki, FIN): Gold 2002 (Gothenburg, SWE): 6th
2009-10: Participated in Canada's National Men's Team orientation camp in August 2009 in Calgary ... Entered 8th NHL season and first with San Jose ... Acquired by Sharks in pre-season (9/12/09). 2008-09: Won WC silver medal in Bern, SUI ... Appeared in all 82 regular season NHL games with Ottawa ... Recorded 500th NHL point vs. Dallas (12/20/08) and played 500th game at Tampa Bay (3/29/09). 2007-08: Won WC silver medal in Quebec City/Halifax ... Named to WC All-Star Team and named IIHF Directorate's Top Forward and Most Valuable Player ... Led Ottawa Senators with 41 goals and finished 3rd in team scoring with 82 points. 2006-07: Stanley Cup finalist ... Became first NHLer to record back-to-back 50 goal seasons since Florida's Pavel Bure ... Finished second in NHL in goals (50) and fourth in points (105) and career-high 55 assists. 2005-06: Made Olympic debut in Turin, picking three points in five games ... Collected points in a team-record 22 consecutive games to start season – second longest streak in NHL history from the start of player's tenure with a team. 2004-05: Won silver medal with WC in AUT. 2003-04: Member of Canada's championship team at 2004 World Cup of Hockey ... Won second consecutive WC, named Top Forward and MVP ... Missed majority of NHL season due to automobile accident (9/29/03). 2002-03: Captured gold at WC. 2001-02: Played for Canada at WC (finished 6th). 2000-01: Won second consecutive bronze medal at Junior WC. 1999-00: Won bronze at Junior WC.