Ottawa Senators
Chicago Blackhawks
Peter Regin
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PeterRegin
POSITION: Centre
HEIGHT: 6' 2"
SHOOTS: Left
WEIGHT: 190
BIRTHDATE: 16/04/1986
AGE: 28
BIRTHPLACE: Herning, DNK
DRAFTED: OTT: 2004-87 overall

- Has yet to face Pittsburgh in his NHL career
- In 46 AHL games has 15 goals, 23 assists and 32 penalty minutes
- 2008-09 season game highs: Goals: 1, Jan. 29 at St. Louis (3-1 win); Assists: 1, March 7 vs. Buffalo (6-3 win); Points: 1, (2x) last: (0-1) March 7 vs. Buffalo (6-3 win); Shots: 2, (2x) last: March 5 vs. Edmonton (4-2 win); Time-on-ice: 13:09, Feb. 1 at Washington (7-4 loss)
- Career game highs: Goals: 1, Jan. 29 at St. Louis (3-1 win); Assists: 1, March 7 vs. Buffalo (6-3 win); Points: 1, (2x) last: (0-1) March 7 vs. Buffalo (6-3 win); Time-on-ice: 13:09, Feb. 1 at Washington (7-4 loss)
2011-12: Was limited to only 10 games due to left shoulder injury … Recorded two assists in his season-opener on Oct. 11 vs. Minnesota (4-3 SOW) … Played his final game of the season on Dec. 20 vs. Buffalo (4-1 win) … Missed the rest of the regular season and playoffs.  2010-11: Was limited to just 55 games after he sustained a left shoulder injury Feb. 19 and missed 23 regular-season games … Appeared in his 100th career game at Montreal on Nov. 6 (3-2 win) … Established a new career high with four multi-point games. 2009-10: Ranked first among Senators rookies in scoring and first in team plus-minus (+10) … Recorded first career multi-point game (two assists) against Minnesota on Dec. 19 (4-1 win) … Missed three games to injury and one to the flu … Played first NHL playoff game and recorded first playoff point — a goal at Pittsburgh on April 14 … Set Senators playoff record for fastest goal to start a game when he scored at the 18-second mark of Game 2 on April 16 … Scored game-tying goal at 10:24 of the third period in Game 5 at Pittsburgh on April 22 —became the longest game in team history. 2008-09: Completed first professional season with Binghamton Senators (AHL) … Tallied first professional point (an assist) at Albany (10/22/08, 4-3 OT win) … Was recalled to Ottawa on three occasions (Jan. 20, Jan. 27, March 4) … Made NHL debut, becoming only the fifth player born in Denmark to do so, logging 10:01 time-on-ice over Washington (1/20/09, 3-2 win) … Recorded first NHL goal (and point) with the game-winning marker at St. Louis (1/29/09, 3-1 win) … Ranked third among B-Sens rookies and sixth among all players in points (47) … Ranked first among all B-Sens in plus-minus (+15) and third in assists (29) … Named Binghamton’s top defensive forward … Represented Denmark for the fifth consecutive time at the 2009 IIHF world championship, tallying the game-winning goal in a relegation-round game against Germany (5/1/09). 2007-08: Completed third season with Timra IK of the Swedish Elite League … Established career highs in all statistical categories, playing 55 games and recording 31 points (12 goals, 19 assists) and 36 penalty minutes … One of four players to appear in each of the team’s games … Finished third in overall team scoring and second in goals … Ranked third in team post-season scoring (tie) and second in assists (tie) … Scored game-tying goal with 38 seconds remaining in regulation time in Denmark’s last game against Belarus before scoring the game-winner in overtime at the 2008 IIHF world championship. 2006-07: Ranked eighth in team scoring with Timra IK … Set career highs at world championship with six points (three goals, three assists) in five games. 2005-06: Ranked first among Timra IK rookies and 11th in team scoring (tie) with 11 points (four goals, seven assists) in 44 games.