Jason Spezza
HEIGHT: 6' 3"
BIRTHDATE: 13/06/1983
AGE: 33
DRAFTED: OTT: 2001-2 overall

2012-13: Recorded points in each of Ottawa’s first five games (two goals, three assists) before undergoing back surgery forcing him to miss the remaining 43 games of the regular season and the first seven games of the playoffs ... Returned to play in Game 4 on May 19 against Pittsburgh (2-1 win, 2OT) ... Recorded one assist in three playoff games ... Opened season in Rapperswil (Swiss) scoring 30 points in 28 games. 2011-12: Led the Senators in scoring with 84 points, while ranking second in goals (34) and assists (50) ... Ranked fourth among all NHL players in scoring, while tying for ninth in NHL assists and tying for 15th in goals … Matched a careerhigh in registering 34 goals for the third time in his career and for the first time since the 2007-08 campaign ... Ranked first among all NHL players in taking 1,700 faceoffs ... Named NHL First Star of the Week on Dec. 19 and NHL Third Star of the Week on Feb. 20 ... Became only the second Senator (Alfredsson) in franchise history to have recorded 600 points for Ottawa ... Reached the 20-goal plateau for the sixth consecutive season ... Led the Senators  and ranked 24th in the NHL in faceoff win percentage (53.5) ... Led Senators forwards and ranked 16th among all NHL players with 64 takeaways this season ... Led Senators with five points (three goals) in seven playoff games against the N.Y. Rangers ... Recorded the 200th goal of his NHL career on Nov. 27 vs. Carolina (4-3 win) ... Recorded the 600th point of his NHL career on Feb. 25 vs. Boston (5-3 loss) ... Played his 600th career NHL game at Montreal on March 23 (5-1 loss) ... Was one of four Senators (Alfredsson, Karlsson, Michalek) to be voted into the 59th NHL All-Star Game in Ottawa ... Registered two points (one goal, one assist) in Team Alfredsson’s 12-9 loss to Team Chara. 2010-11: Led the Senators in scoring with 21 goals and 36 assists for 57 points despite missing 22 games because of injuries. It was the fifth time he’s reached the 20-goal plateau for a season … Recorded his 500th career point vs. N.Y. Islanders on Feb. 15 (4-3 SO loss), becoming only the second Senator after Daniel Alfredsson to do so … Appeared in 500th career game on Feb. 12 at Edmonton (5-3 win) … Led Senators and ranked 11th in NHL in faceoff percentage (56.3) … Finished the year with 23 points in final 15 games (nine goals, 14 assists) … Was a member of Canada’s team at the 2011 world championship. 2009-10: Ranked second among Senators in goals (23), assists (34) and points (57) despite missing 22 games due to injury … Recorded 300th career assist against Carolina on April 1 (4-3 SO win) … Registered third career hat trick on March 22 at Dallas (5-4 loss); it was his first on the road and his first against a Western Conference opponent. 2008-09: Recorded 400th NHL point against Tampa Bay (3/11/09, 3-2 OT win) … Played 400th career NHL game against Philadelphia (4/4/09, 4-3 SO win) … Finished second on team in goals (32), assists (41), points (73), power-play goals (13) and shots (246) … One of four Senators to appear in each of the team’s 82 regular-season games … Recorded second career hat trick against Pittsburgh (12/6/08, 3-2 win) … Set new franchise record for the fastest goal to start a game (12 seconds) against Edmonton (3/5/09, 4-2 win) … Had 16 multi-point games … Had a nine-game point streak (4-8) March 5-21. 2007-08: Finished first among all Senators in points (92) and assists (58) while ranking second in plus-minus (+26) and third in goals (34) … Matched a career best with 34 goals while setting new highs in points (92) and penalty minutes (66) … Led Ottawa with 27 multi-point games … Recorded first career hat trick and career-best six-point game against Montreal (2/9/08, 6-1 win) … NHL's first star of the week for the period ending Feb. 10 … Scored first career game-deciding shootout goal against Philadelphia on Feb. 19 (3-2 SO win) … Missed six games to injury … Scored 100th career NHL goal at Tampa Bay on Jan. 24 (8-4 win). 2006-07: Reached the 30-goal plateau for first time … Second on team in goals (34), tied for second in points (87) and third in assists (53) … Set team record for assists in one period (4) and recorded his first five-point game (1-4) against Toronto (11/26/06) … Had 25 multi-point games … Missed 15 games to injury … Finished tied with Heatley (7-15) and Alfredsson (14-8) for the league lead in playoff points with 22 (7-15). 2005-06: Finished second in NHL with 71 assists, setting team record … Scored first career overtime goal against Montreal (10/27/05) … Had 26 multi-point games Missed 14 games to injury … Reached 100th career NHL point against NY Islanders (11/5/05) and 100th assist vs Buffalo (3/18/06) … Led Senators in playoff scoring with 14 points (9-5) … Had team playoff record four points (0-4) at Tampa Bay (4/25/06). 2004-05: Named a starter at mid-season AHL all-star game … First AHL player to reach 100-point plateau since 2000-01 … Recorded second-most assists (85) in a single season in AHL history … Named to AHL first all-star team … Named AHL MVP … Led AHL in regular-season scoring with 117 points (32-85). 2003-04: Recorded 35 penalty minutes at Philadelphia (3/5/04), a team record for most in a period and game … Missed four games to injury. 2002-03: Recorded an assist in first NHL game at Boston (10/24/03) … Played in 2003 AHL All-Star Classic … Named AHL rookie of the month for January … Had eight multi-point games and two hat tricks with Binghamton (AHL) … Named to AHL's 2002-03 all-rookie team … Made NHL playoff debut and recorded first playoff point (assist), first playoff goal and first playoff multi-point game vs New Jersey (5/19/03) … Collected three points (1-2) in two playoff games with Binghamton, before being recalled to Ottawa. 2001-02: At the end of his OHL season, assigned by Ottawa to Grand Rapids (AHL affiliate) for last three playoff games of Western Conference quarter-final series against Chicago; scored first pro goal against Pasi Nurminen (4/21/02) … Named to the OHL’s third all-star team. 2000-01: Windsor’s most outstanding player and voted the Western Conference’s best playmaker by coaches’ poll. 1998-99: Played for Brampton (OHL) as an underage selection and in 1999 at age 15 became youngest player to ever play in an OHL all-star game.