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Wade Redden
Wade Redden
(WAYD REH-duhn)
Number: 6
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 205
Shoots: Left
Born: 12 Jun 1977
Birthplace: Lloydminster, SK, Canada
Hometown: Lloydminster, Saskatchewan
Acquired: Acquired from the NY Islanders, along with Rhodes, in a three-way trade with Toronto, for Beaupré, Straka and Berard on Jan. 23, 1996
Drafted: NYI / 1995 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 1st (2nd overall)
2006-07: Played 700th career NHL game against Colorado (10/19/06) … Three of his seven goals were game-winners … Had eight multi-point games … Recorded a career-high seven-game point streak (2-8) from Jan. 3 to 16 … Missed 18 games to injury … Named alternate captain for eighth season … Scored three playoff goals – all on the power play … Finished fourth among all NHL defencemen in playoff scoring with 10 points (3-7). 2005-06: Set career highs in assists (40) and points (50) … Finished tied with Rangers’ Michal Rozsival for first in NHL with a +35 … Served as captain for four games … Had 12 multi-point games, including career-high four points (2-2) vs NY Rangers (12/26/05) … Missed 10 games to injury and seven for personal reasons … Was tied for third on club in playoff assists (8). 2004-05: Played for Canada at 2005 world championship … Notched one assist and missed four games to injury as Canada captured the 2004 World Cup. 2003-04: Recorded career season high 17 goals to tie for NHL lead among defencemen … Named NHL Defensive Player of the Month for January … Named to second career all-star team – missed because of the flu … Was team captain for five games … Was tied for 10th in NHL in power-play goals (12) … Missed one game due to the flu. 2002-03: Scored three game-winning goals … Was team captain one game … Recorded season- and team-high 34:12 of ice-time against Boston (4/1/03) … Had nine multi-point games … Missed four games to injury and two games to a viral infection … Scored first career playoff overtime goal at Philadelphia (4/29/03). 2001-02: Played in first career all-star game (2/2/02) … Missed three games because of the flu. 2000-01: Finished third in NHL in average shifts/game (31.8) and 15th in average time on ice (25:17) … Reached 30-assist plateau (37) for first time in career … Played first game of season at Philadelphia (10/17/00) after missing first four games to injury … Had one three-point (2-1) game against Toronto (4/7/01), and seven two-point games … Appeared in all four games of quarter-final series against Toronto. 1999-2000: Named assistant captain (10/2/99) … Had six two-point games … Had two game-winning goals … Suffered a fractured foot in last game of the season against Tampa Bay (4/9/00) causing him to miss the playoffs … Missed one game against Boston (2/1/00) due to stomach virus. 1998-99: Recorded first multi-goal game (2-0) against Chicago (2/15/99) … Had four multi-point games. 1997-98: Finished season as team leader in plus-minus (+17) … Recorded first playoff points (two assists) on 5/11/98. 1996-97: Named April’s NHL rookie of the month … One of three Senators to play in all 82 games … Scored goal in first career NHL game against Montreal (10/5/96) … Recorded first playoff point, an assist, against Buffalo (4/19/97). 1995-96: Made Canadian Hockey League’s second all-star team for second time … Named to Memorial Cup all-star team.