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Dean McAmmond
Dean McAmmond
Left Wing
Number: 37
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 195
Shoots: Left
Born: 15 Jun 1973
Birthplace: Grand Cache, AB, Canada
Acquired: Signed as a free agent with Ottawa on Aug. 2, 2006
Drafted: CHI / 1991 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 1st (22nd overall)
2007-08: Played his first game of the season, returning from a pre-season shoulder injury, against Atlanta on Nov. 1 (6-4 win) … Scored game-deciding goal in the shootout against Buffalo on Jan. 10 (3-2 SO win) … Scored goals in three consecutive games (3-0) from Jan. 22 to Jan. 29 … Missed 13 games to injury and the flu … Recorded 400th career NHL point at Carolina on Dec. 12 (6-0 win). 2006-07: Set personal career season high in games played (81) … Played 800th career NHL game against Montreal (3/30/07) … Recorded first point as a Senator at Toronto (10/4/06) and first goal against Buffalo (10/7/06) … Had four multi-point games … Scored game-deciding goal in shootout win against Edmonton (2/20/07) … During the Sens Skills (2/4/07), recorded the fastest time (14.05 seconds) in the skating competition … Suffered a concussion against Anaheim (6/2/07) during the playoffs and missed Games 4 and 5 of series … Scored the game-winner in Game 3 (6/2/07) against Anaheim. 2005-06: Third in team scoring (37 points) and tied for second in goals (15) … Had six multi-point games … Scored on one of six shootout attempts … Scored 20 seconds into a game against Chicago (10/11/05). 2004-05: Led Albany River Rats (AHL) in games played (79), points (61) and assists (42). 2003-04: Tied for third in goals (17) with Calgary and sixth in scoring (30 points). 2002-03: Played with Colorado until trade deadline (3/1//03), traded to Calgary but unable to play remainder of season. 2001-02: Played in first season with Calgary, posting new career highs in points (51) and goals (21) … Ranked third in team points (51), third in goals (21) and tied for third in assists (30) … Posted 10 multiple-point games … Played 500th career NHL career game at Dallas (12/14/01). 2000-01: Split season between Chicago and Philadelphia … Played four playoff games with the Flyers. 1999-2000: In 76 games with Chicago, ranked second on  team with a + 11 rating. 1998-99: Traded by Edmonton to Chicago (3/20/99) with Boris Mironov and Jonas Elofsson for Chad Kilger, Daniel Cleary, Ethan Moreau and Christian Laflamme. 1997-98: Posted career high in assists (31) … Finished second in scoring (50 points) and third in goals scored (19) with Edmonton … Scored 100th career NHL point with an assist at Ottawa (11/22/98). 1996-97: Led Edmonton in game-winning goals (6) … Missed final 18 games of regular season and all of post-season due to injury. 1995-96: Played with Edmonton and their AHL affiliate, Cape Breton. 1994-95: Played in six games during the lockout-shortened season, before suffering a season-ending injury (achilles tendon - 2/1/95). 1993-94: Split first full professional season between Edmonton and Cape Breton (AHL) … Finished with team high plus-12 rating with Edmonton. 1991-92: Played in first NHL career game against New Jersey (2/20/92), recording first NHL career point, an assist … Returned to Swift Current after recording two assists in five games with Chicago … Appeared in three playoff games with Chicago against St. Louis before suffering a sprained ankle, which sidelined him for the remainder of the post-season. Junior career: Played four seasons with Prince Albert and Swift Current (WHL) … Led Swift Current to the 1993 WHL championship by scoring a league-high 16 playoff goals.