Ottawa Senators
Brian Lee
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BrianLee
POSITION: Defenceman
HEIGHT: 6' 3"
SHOOTS: Right
WEIGHT: 200
BIRTHDATE: 26/03/1987
BIRTHPLACE: Moorhead, MN, USA
DRAFTED: OTT: 2005-9 overall

- Has one point (0-1) and two penalty minutes in three career games against Toronto
- In 27 AHL games has two goals, 10 assists and 41 PIM this season
- 2008-09 season game highs: Goals: 1, (2x) last: Feb. 14 at Minnesota (5-3 win); Assists: 1, (11x) last: April 9 vs. New Jersey (4-3 SO loss); Points: 1, (13x) last: (0-1) April 9 vs. New Jersey (4-3 SO loss); Shots: 4, (2x) last: March 9 vs. Toronto (2-1 win); Time-on-ice: 25:18, Dec. 27 at Calgary (6-3 loss)
Career game highs: Goals: 1, (2x), last: Feb. 14 at Minnesota (5-3 win); Assists: 1, (12x) last: April 9 vs. New Jersey (4-3 SO loss); Points: 1, (13x) last: (0-1) April 9 vs. New Jersey (4-3 SO loss)
- Shootout career: none
2010-11: Played his 100th career NHL game vs. Montreal on Jan. 21 (7-1 loss) … Registered six blocked shots on two occasions … Was credited with five hits at N.Y. Islanders (6-4 win). 2009-10: Recalled to Ottawa from Binghamton (AHL) five times. 2008-09: Ranked sixth among all rookie NHL defencemen in points (13) and shots (51) … Finished ninth among NHL rookie defencemen in average time-on-ice (18:53) … Recorded first NHL goal, the game-winner, at Edmonton (12/30/08, 3-2 win) … Had a four-game point streak (1-3) Feb. 12-17 … Tallied 12 points (2-10) and 41 penalty minutes in 27 games with Binghamton (AHL) … Missed one game to injury. 2007-08:Made professional debut with AHL Binghamton against Albany (10/6/07) … Recorded first point (an assist) with a power-play helper in first AHL game … Tallied first multi-point game with two assists against Hershey (10/13/07) … Notched first professional goal in a 5-4 win at Rochester (10/28/07) … Recalled from Binghamton for the first time on March 25 and made Senators and NHL debut that evening at Buffalo … Recorded first career NHL point (an assist) at Toronto (4/3/08) … Appeared in each of Ottawa’s four post-season games against Pittsburgh and was held scoreless. 2006-07: Ranked third amongst University of North Dakota defencemen with 26 points … Played in third straight world junior championship, recording 14 penalty minutes in seven games. 2005-06: Named to WCHA rookie team … Led team defencemen with 23 assists and 27 points.