2006 Olympian … Art Ross Trophy and Hart Memorial Trophy winner (2006) … NHL First All-Star Team (2006) … Second All-Star Team (2003, 2008) … 6-time NHL All-Star (2002, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2008, 2009) … Won silver at 2005 WC, named MVP and to tournament all-star team … Member of Canada’s championship team at 2004 World Cup of Hockey … Gold medallist from 1997 Junior WC.
Getting to know…
Started skating at age four, hockey at six … Hockey idol is Pat Lafontaine … If not a hockey player, would be a pilot … Is affiliated with Right To Play … At just 17, he scored 122 points in the OHL in 59 games … Boston’s 1st choice, 1st overall, in 1997 Entry Draft.
|2006 Turin||Ice Hockey||Men||7|
|2010 Vancouver||Ice Hockey||Men||Gold|
Notable International Results
World Championship Results: 2005 (Vienna, AUT): Silver 2001 (Nuremberg, GER): 5th
2009-10: Entered 12th NHL season, 5th with San Jose ... Started season as NHL's top point-producer since Dec. 2005 (302 points) ... As of Jan. 8, has not missed a game in San Jose, playing in franchise-record 347 consecutive games (and 366 NHL games overall dating back to time with Boston) ... Recorded 900th career point vs. Los Angeles (1/4/10). 2008-09: Was 11th in NHL scoring and led Sharks to league-best record (53-18-11) ... Played 800th career game (01/27/09). 2007-08: Led NHL in assists (67) for third straight season, fourth player ever to do so ... Finished fifth in league scoring with 96 points ... Posted 8th consecutive 20-goal season. 2006-07: Become 3rd player ever to have back-to-back 90-assist seasons ... Led Sharks with 114 points ... Led NHL with 92 assists. 2005-06: Made Olympic debut with three points in six games ... Led NHL in scoring with 125 points to capture Art Ross Trophy and Hart Trophy ... Traded to Sharks from Boston (12/02/05) and recorded most points ever scored by player on two different teams in same season. 2004-05: Had six goals and 10 assists to be named tournament MVP as Canada won silver at WC ... Won Swiss Elite League title with HC Davos during NHL lockout. 2003-04: Helped Team Canada win World Cup of Hockey, scoring six points in six games ... Led Boston in points (73) for third time. 2002-03: Named Bruins captain ... Scored 101 points, third overall in NHL. 2000-01: Picked up one goal and one assist as Canada finished 5th at WC ... Recorded first 30+ goal season. 1999-00: Was just second Bruin ever to lead team in goals, assists, points and penalty minutes. 1996-97: Was youngest member of Canada's gold medal-winning squad at 1997 Junior WC.