Cory Conacher
HEIGHT: 5' 8"
BIRTHDATE: 14/12/1989
AGE: 26
DRAFTED: undrafted
2012-13: Began the season with the AHL’s Syracuse Crunch, registering 28 points (12 goals, 16 assists) and 56 penalty minutes over 36 games ... Was recalled by Tampa Bay ahead of the abbreviated NHL season and made his NHL debut on Jan. 19 vs. Washington. Registered his first NHL goal, assist and multi-point game in that contest ... Started NHL career with 12 points (including five goals) in his first seven games ... Played in each of the Lightning’s 35 regular season contests before being acquired by the Senators on April 3 ... Recorded 24 points (nine goals, 15 assists) with the Lightning ... Made his Ottawa debut on April 5 at Buffalo (13:57 time-on-ice, +2 rating) and registered his first point as a Senator with a goal in a 2-1 loss at Florida on April 7 ... Recorded five points (two goals, three assists) over 12 regular season games with Ottawa prior to tying for third among all Senators with three post-season goals ... Finished fifth among all NHL rookies in Calder Trophy voting after ranking third among NHL rookies in scoring with 29 total points (11 goals, 18 assists) in 47 games ... Played in eight playoff games for Ottawa, recording three goals ... Played first NHL playoff game at Montreal on May 2 (Game 1, 4-2 win) ... Recorded first NHL playoff goal (and point) vs. Montreal on May 7 (Game 4, 3-2 OT win) ... Recorded first NHL playoff multi-point contest with two goals at Montreal on May 9, 2013 (Game 5, 6-1 win). 2011-12: Skated in 75 games with the AHL’s Norfolk Admirals registering 80 points (39 goals, 41 assists) ... Became the fourth rookie in the history of the American Hockey League to be presented with the Les Cunningham Award as the league’s most valuable player ... Was the recipient of the AHL’s Dudley “Red” Garrett Memorial Award bestowed annually upon the league’s most outstanding rookie and was named to the AHL All-Rookie Team ... Recorded 15 points (two goals, 13 assists) over 18 post-season contests with Norfolk in helping the Admirals win the Calder Cup. 2010-11: Completed his collegiate career with his senior season at Canisius College (AHA), establishing a new collegiate career high in goals (23) and penalty minutes (54) ... Made his professional hockey debut with Rochester of the AHL, while also appearing in AHL contests with Milwaukee and skating in three games with Cincinnati of the ECHL. 2009-10: Played in 35 games with Canisius College, collecting 20 goals and 53 points … Led the team in goals and points … Set a career-high in assists (33) and points (53) … Earned First-Team Atlantic Hockey honors and was named Atlantic Hockey Player of the Year…2008-09: Skated in 37 games with Canisius College, posting 12 goals and 35 points. 2007-08: Played in 20 games with Canisius College, notching 7 goals and 17 points.