Ottawa Senators
Ottawa Senators
Kyle Turris
HEIGHT: 6' 1"
BIRTHDATE: 14/08/1989
AGE: 25
BIRTHPLACE: New Westminster, BC, CAN
DRAFTED: PHX: 2007-3 overall
2012-13: Led the Senators in scoring with 29 points (12 goals, 17 assists) and was one of six players to have appeared in each of the club’s 48 games ... Registered a team-leading seven multi-point games including three two-goal games (Jan. 21 vs. Florida, March 16 at Buffalo, April 18 vs. Washington) ... Was one of two Senators to score an overtime game-winner -- March 16 at Buffalo (4-3 OT win) ... Tied for the team lead with three power-play goals ... Played his 200th career NHL game at Pittsburgh on Feb. 13 (4-2 loss) ... Was recognized as the NHL's Second Star of the Week on March 18 ... Recorded his 100th career point on April 18 vs. Washington (3-1 win) ... Played in all 10 of Ottawa’s playoff games, leading all Ottawa players in goals (six) while finishing second with nine points ... Became the second player (Alfredsson) in franchise history to record multiple game-winning goals in overtime when he scored 2:32 into the extra session against Montreal on May 7 (Game 4, 3-2 OT win) ... Tallied the team’s first shorthanded goal in the post-season since 6/6/07 at Montreal on May 9 (Game 5, 6-1 win) ... Helped establish a new franchise post-season record (eight seconds) for fastest two goals (Silfverberg had the second) on May 5 against Montreal (Game 3, 6-1 win) ... Began season with Karpat (Finland) scoring 19 points in 21 games. 2011-12: Acquired by the Senators from the Phoenix Coyotes on Dec. 17 ... Made his Ottawa debut on Dec. 20 vs. Buffalo (4-1 win), skating in 16:10 of ice time and recording an assist... Registered an assist in each of his first three (and in four of his first six) games with the Senators ... Scored his first goal (the game-winning marker) for Ottawa in a 4-1 win vs. Tampa Bay on Jan. 5 ... Established a new career high with eight shots on goal on April 1 at N.Y. Islanders (5-1 win) ... Helped the Senators to a record of 16-3-1 in games in which he registered at least one point ... Appeared in all seven games of the Senators’ playoff series vs. N.Y. Rangers ... Had three points in seven games, his lone goal being the overtime winner in Game 4. 2010-11: Posted career highs in goals (11), assists (14) and points (25) … Had four multi-point games … Played in his 100th career game vs. Toronto (1/13/11) … Recorded one goal and three points and was a plus-1 in four games against Detroit in the first round of the playoffs … Only Coyote with a plus rating in playoffs … Scored his first career playoff goal in Game 1 of the playoffs at Detroit (4/13/11). 2009-10: Spent the season with the San Antonio Rampage of the AHL, recording 63 points (24 goals) in 76 games. 2008-09: Appeared in 63 games with the Coyotes as a rookie, registering eight goals and 20 points … Ranked second among Coyotes rookies in scoring and tied for second among all NHL rookies in game-winning goals (3) … Also appeared in eight games with San Antonio (AHL), where he recorded seven points … Scored his first career NHL goal and added an assist in win at Anaheim (10/12/08) … Recorded an assist in season-opening win vs. Columbus (10/11/08). 2007-08: Appeared in the Coyotes’ final three games of the season after completing his freshman year at University of Wisconsin … Recorded his first NHL point with an assist in the season finale at Anaheim (4/6/08) … Made his NHL debut vs. Dallas (4/3/08) … Signed a contract with Phoenix (3/31/08) … Appeared in 36 games for Wisconsin, recording 35 points … Led the Badgers in points and assists ... Became just the fourth freshman in Wisconsin history to lead the team in scoring …Was named to the all-WCHA third team and All-WCHA rookie team … Helped lead Wisconsin to a berth in the NCAA tournament and advance to the Midwest Regional final ... Won the gold medal with Canada at the 2008 IIHF World Junior Championship after leading the team in scoring with 4-4-8 in seven games. 2006-07: Appeared in 53 games for Burnaby of the British Columbia Hockey League (BCHL), recording 66 goals and 121 points … Named RBC Financial Group Canadian Junior A Player of the Year for 2006-07… Led the BCHL with 66 goals, 15 more than the closest skater … His 121 points in 53 games ranked second in the league during the regular season … Tied for the league lead in playoff scoring with 26 points (12 goals) despite playing one less post-season round than the rest of the top 10 scorers ...Won the Coastal Conference’s MVP award ... Played for Canada in the 2007 Super Series, leading his team to a 7-0-1 record against Russia in the eight-game series … Led all goal scorers with seven tallies during the series. 2005-06: Was awarded the Coastal Conference’s rookie of the year award after recording 72 points in 57 games for Burnaby (BCHL) ... Represented Canada at the 2006 Junior World Cup and the 2007 IIHF U-18 World Championship.