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Peter Schaefer
Peter Schaefer
Left Wing
(PEE-tuhr SHAY-fuhr)
Number: 27
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 200
Shoots: Left
Born: 12 Jul 1977
Birthplace: Regina, SK, Canada
Acquired: Acquired from Vancouver for Sami Salo on Sept. 21, 2002
Drafted: VAN / 1995 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 3rd (66th overall)
Career highlights
2005-06: Recorded 100th career NHL assist vs Toronto (1/21/06) Set new single-season career highs in goals (20), assists (30) and points (50) Was tied for third on club with four short-handed goals Had 10 multi-point games Was one of five Senators to play in all 82 games Had a six-game playoff point streak (2-5) from 4/21/06 - 5/5/06. 2004-05: Signed by Bolzano (Italy) (11/30/04) Finished tied for fourth in team scoring with 25 points (11 goals, 14 assists) in 15 games. 2003-04: Scored two of Ottawa's six short-handed goals on the season Scored three game-winning goals Missed one game (11/1/03) due to an injured foot Was tied for 19th in NHL in plus-minus (+22) Had seven two-point games including one two-goal game Had a four-game point streak (1-4) from 2/28/04 - 3/6/04 Had two assists and averaged 14:25 of ice time per game in playoffs against Toronto. 2002-03: Appeared in first game as a Senator in season-opener against New Jersey (10/10/02) Collected first point (assist) as a Senator at Colorado (11/6/02) and first goal at NY Islanders (11/12/02) Had four two-point games Missed seven games to injuries (back, leg, knee) Scored first career playoff goal, short-handed, against Philadelphia (5/3/03) Missed two playoff games to a groin injury. 2001-02: Played for TPS Turku in the Finnish Elite League Recorded 16 goals, 15 assists and 31 points in 33 games Added another three points in eight playoff games Ranked third on the team in goals scored and fifth in points. 2000-01: One of only four Canucks to appear in all 82 regular-season games Led Vancouver with four short-handed goals. 1999-2000: Played in 71 games, recording 16 goals (16-15-31) and 20 penalty minutes Recorded a career-high four points (2-2-4) against Anaheim (3/24/00) Changed his number from 29 to 72 when the Canucks acquired Felix Potvin Named NHL rookie of the month for October Had back-to-back three-point games at NY Rangers (2-1-3; 10/24/99) and at Philadelphia (2-1-3; 10/26/99). 1998-99: Recorded four goals, four assists and eight penalty minutes in 25 games Missed final six games of the season with a sprained shoulder Also played in 41 games for Vancouver's AHL affiliate in Syracuse, recording 10 goals and 19 assists in 41 games. 1997-98: Spent the season playing for the AHL's Syracuse Crunch Recorded 19 goals and 44 assists (63 points) in 73 games. 1996-97: Had a career year in Brandon, recording 49 goals, 74 assists (123 points) in 61 games Named to WHL East first all-star Team and to the Canadian Hockey League all-star team Finished year in Syracuse (AHL) where he tallied three assists in five games and one goal and two assists in three playoff games 1995-96: Played in 69 games for Brandon Recorded 47 goals and 61 assists (108 points) Named to WHL East first all-star team.

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STANDINGS

ATLANTIC DIVISION
  TEAM GP W L OT GF GA PTS
1 x - MTL 76 47 21 8 200 169 102
2 TBL 76 46 23 7 244 198 99
3 DET 74 40 22 12 216 201 92
4 BOS 75 37 25 13 199 195 87
5 OTT 74 37 25 12 216 199 86
6 FLA 75 34 26 15 186 205 83
7 TOR 76 28 42 6 198 244 62
8 BUF 75 20 47 8 144 254 48

STATS

2014-2015 REGULAR SEASON
SKATERS: GP G A +/- Pts
E. Karlsson 74 19 41 9 60
K. Turris 74 22 32 -1 54
B. Ryan 70 18 35 9 53
M. Stone 72 19 33 14 52
M. Hoffman 71 26 20 19 46
M. Zibanejad 72 19 24 2 43
M. Michalek 66 13 21 3 34
C. MacArthur 54 13 14 -10 27
D. Legwand 72 9 18 2 27
A. Chiasson 68 11 15 -4 26
 
GOALIES: W L OT Sv% GAA
A. Hammond 14 1 1 .938 1.92
C. Anderson 14 12 8 .923 2.48