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2011-12: Recorded 27 goals in 75 games, his eighth career season of 25 or more goals and first since 2007-08 ... Scored his 400th career goal (and third career overtime winner) on Dec. 30 against Calgary (4-3 OT win) ... Played his 1,100th career games on Jan. 27 against Anaheim (2-1 loss) ... Was one of four Senators to be voted into the 2012 NHL All-Star Game, scoring twice and adding an assist in Team Alfredsson’s 12-9 loss to Team Chara ... Scored two goals in four games during Ottawa’s quarter-final playoff loss to the N.Y. Rangers ... Ranks first in franchise history in games played (1,131), goals (416), assists (666) and points (1,082) ... Was named monthly Molson Cup three-star winner for March ... Was Ottawa’s nominee for the Bill Masterton Trophy and was named the winner of the King Clancy Award during the 2012 NHL Awards in June. 2010-11: Became the first Senators to record 1,000 points on Oct. 22 at Carolina (4-2 win) … Ranks first in franchise history in games played (1,056), goals (389), assists (634) and points (1,023) … Was limited to 54 games, the fewest of his career … Registered his franchise-leading seventh career hat trick on Oct. 22 at Buffalo (4-2 win) … Was named monthly Molson Cup winner for October … Missed 28 contests with back injury. 2009-10: In his 10th year (since 1999-2000) as captain, the longest-serving in the NHL; the Senators' all-time leader in games played (1,002), goals (375), assists (617) and points (992) … First to play 1,000 games for the Senators in a 5-2 win over the Panthers in Florida on April 6 … Is 44th player in NHL history to play 1,000 games for one franchise … Finished first among all Senators in points (71), assists (51) … Reached the 20-goal mark for the 10th consecutive season and 12th career … Reached 50-assist mark for his fifth season … Recorded his sixth career hat trick at Boston on Jan. 18 (5-1 win) … Had 16 multi-point games … Missed 11 games to a shoulder injury and one to the flu … Tied for team lead in both assists (six) and points (eight) in six playoff games against Pittsburgh. 2008-09: Played 900th career NHL game at Washington (2/1/09, 7-4 loss) … Recorded his 900th NHL point at Montreal (2/21/09, 5-3 loss) … Had 21 multi-point games for the second consecutive season … Named Ottawa's nominee for Masterton award … Finished first among all Senators in points (74), assists (50) and third in goals (24) … Won the season Molson Cup award for first, second and third game-star selections … Missed three games to injury. 2007-08: Finished second on team in points (89), goals (40) and assists (49) … Reached the 40-goal plateau for the second time in his career (43 in 2005-06) while tallying at least 80 points for the fourth consecutive season … Set a new franchise record with seven points (3-4) at Tampa Bay (1/24/08, 8-4 win) … Scored on a penalty-shot attempt against Washington (Kolzig) (12/29/07, 8-6 loss) … Had a career-high 11-game point streak (9-6) from Dec. 23 to Jan. 15 … Tied a franchise record with four empty-net goals … Had seven shorthanded goals to tie for the NHL lead — also a new career and franchise high … Played in his fifth all-star game … Scored 300th NHL goal against Atlanta (11/1/07, 6-4 win) … Played 800th NHL game against Buffalo (11/15/07, 3-2 win) … Recorded 800th NHL point at Pittsburgh (12/13/07, 4-1 win) … Recorded 500th NHL assist at Tampa Bay (1/24/08, 8-4 win) … Missed 12 games to injuries … Missed the first two playoff games against Pittsburgh due to injury. 2006-07: Recorded fifth straight 25-goal season … Led Ottawa with 58 assists … Scored four consecutive game-winning goals Jan. 9-16 ‑ second NHLer since Montreal's Newsy Lalonde scored five straight in 1921 … Missed five games to injury … Tied with Spezza (7-15) and Heatley (7-15) for NHL playoff points with 22 (14-8). 2005-06: Career highs in goals (43), assists (60) and points (103) … Recorded second consecutive 30-goal season … Recorded first career four-goal game (fifth career hat trick) and added two assists to match team record for points (6) at Buffalo (11/2/05) … Missed five games to injury and flu … Named to NHL’s second all-star team. 2004-05: Captured Swedish championship with Frolunda. 2003-04: Runner-up to Tampa’s Brad Richards for Lady Byng Trophy … Played in fourth all-star game … Had 21 multi-point games … Missed five games to injury. 2002-03: Had 18 multi-point games … Missed four games to injury. 2001-02: First on team in points (71) … Scored 100th career goal at Philadelphia (10/17/01) … Had 17 multi-point games … Missed four games to injury … Led team with 13 points during the post-season. 2000-01: Had 18 multi-point games … Missed 14 games to injury. 1999-2000: Second in team scoring … Named captain for the first time (10/2/99) … Had 14 multi-point games … Scored on second penalty shot of the season against Atlanta (3/4/00 - Langkow), but unsuccessful in first against Buffalo (1/8/00 - Biron) … Missed 24 games to injury. 1998-99: Missed 24 games to injury. 1997-98: Missed six games to contract negotiations and 21 to injury … Led team in points (7-2) and goals during the playoffs … Recorded his and team’s first playoff hat trick (4/28/98) in quarter-finals against New Jersey. 1996-97: Led team in assists (47) and power-play goals (11) … Scored his and team’s first playoff goal (4/17/97) against Buffalo. 1995-96: Won Calder Trophy as top rookie … Led all rookies in points and assists and finished second in goals … Only rookie to lead his team in scoring … Played in first career all-star game … Led Senators in goals, assists and game-winning goals.