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Chris Phillips
Chris Phillips
Number: 4
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 219
Shoots: Left
Born: 9 Mar 1978
Birthplace: Calgary, AB, Canada
Drafted: OTT / 1996 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 1st (1st overall)
2014-15: Became the Senators’ all-time leader in games played for the franchise when he appeared in the 1,179th game of his career (and for the club) to surpass Daniel Alfredsson on Feb. 5 vs. Washington (2-1 loss) … Was limited to only 36 regular-season contests, primarily on account of injury, which represent his fewest since having only appeared in 34 games in his second NHL season (1998-99) … Registered greater than 27 minutes time-on-ice on Oct. 11 at Tampa Bay (3-2 SO win) for the first time since the 2012-13 season … Appeared in more than 25 minutes of time-on-ice on five occasions … Missed the team’s final 37 games of the regular season and six playoff games due to a back injury. 2013-14: Played in the 1,100th game of his NHL career on Dec. 3 at Florida (4-2 win), becoming only the second Senator (Alfredsson) in franchise history (and the team’s first defenceman) to accomplish the feat … Matched a career high when he registered two points in one game for the 30th time in his NHL career on Nov. 27 at Washington (6-4 win) … Signed a two-year contract extension ahead of the team’s March 5 game at Calgary (4-1 loss) … Missed 12 games due to injury. 2012-13: Was one of six Senators and the team’s lone defenceman to appear in each of the club’s 48 games ... Reached 700 career penalty minutes on March 8 at N.Y. Rangers (3-2 win) ... Recorded 200th career assist on April 27 vs. Philadelphia (2-1 loss) ... Tied career-best with two assists on two occasions (March 11 vs. Boston and April 18 vs. Washington) ... Led Senators defencemen in shots on goal (89) and hits (93) while ranking second in blocked shots (78) ... Played in 10 of Ottawa’s playoff games, recording one assist and 21 penalty minutes ... Has missed only three regular season games (one of which was due to the flu) over the past seven NHL seasons. 2011-12: Played his 1,000th career NHL game vs. Nashville on Feb. 9 (4-3 win) ... Scored two goals in his 1,000th game, only the fourth time in his career he has done so, with one of them being the game-winner ... Became only the second Senator (Alfredsson) in franchise history (and the team’s first defenceman) to have played 1,000 games for Ottawa ... Saw his consecutive games played streak end at 311 contests when he missed the Dec. 27 game vs. Montreal (6-2 loss) due to injury ... Played in at least 80 of 82 regular season games for the sixth consecutive season and for the seventh time over the past eight campaigns.  2010-11: Appeared in his 900th career game vs. Pittsburgh on Dec. 26 (3-1 win), becoming only the second Senator to do so (Daniel Alfredsson) … Led all Senators with 152 blocked shots … Joined Nick Foligno as one of only two Senators to play all 82 games … Has missed only one game (flu) in past five seasons.  2009-10: Fourth season as alternate captain … Played 800th career NHL game against Pittsburgh on Nov. 19 (6-2 win) … Reached 600 career penalty minutes at L.A. on Dec. 3 (6-3 loss) … Passed Wade Redden to rank second in franchise history with 863 games played … Is one of two Senators (Ruutu) who appeared in all 82 games … Has missed only one game (due to the flu) in the past four seasons. 2008-09: Played 700th career NHL game against Pittsburgh (10/4/08, 4-3 OT loss) … Recorded his 200th career NHL point at Pittsburgh (3/14/09, 4-3 SO win) … Was one of four Senators (Heatley, Kelly, Spezza) to appear in each of the team’s 82 games … Ranked second among all Senators with 21:52 average time-on-ice … Scored a shorthanded goal at Minnesota (2/14/09, 5-3 win) … Had two multi-point games. 2007-08: Finished 13th in the NHL in blocked shots (151) … Had team-high four games with more than 27 minutes of time-on-ice … Missed one game because of the flu. 2006-07:One of five Senators to play in all 82 regular-season games … Named alternate captain (10/3/06) … Recorded season highs in goals (8) and points (26), while tying assists (18) … Tied for seventh in the NHL in plus-minus at +36 … Scored three game-winning goals. 2005-06: Set single-season highs in assists (18) and penalty minutes (90) … Reached 500th career NHL and Senators game against N.Y. Rangers (12/26/05) … Reached 100th career assist against Washington (3/2/06) … Tied with teammate Chris Kelly in NHL for first in shorthanded assists (6) … Missed 11 games to injury and one to the flu. 2004-05: Played for Brynas (Sweden). 2003-04: One of only two Senators to play in all 82 regular-season games … Scored overtime winner at Tampa Bay (3/29/04) for second career regular-season overtime goal. 2002-03: Scored lone game-winning goal against Montreal (11/21/02) … Missed three games to injury … Had six points (2-4) in playoffs, including game-winning overtime goal in Game 6 against New Jersey (5/21/03). 2001-02: Had six two-point games … Missed 18 games to injury. 2000-01: Scored two power-play goals … Missed eight games to injury … Appeared in one playoff game and scored first playoff goal in Game 4 at Toronto (4/18/01) … Missed first three games of quarter-final series against Toronto with an injury. 1999-2000: Played 18 games on left wing … Missed 17 games due to surgery. 1998-99: Scored two goals (first multi-goal game) against Colorado (10/10/98) … Played 100th career game against Anaheim (12/28/98) … Missed 47 games to injury … Played in three playoff games. 1997-98: Missed five games to injury … Recorded first playoff point (assist) against New Jersey (4/22/98). 1996-97: Part of a nine-player trade, seeing him go from Prince Albert to Lethbridge … Won WHL title and lost in Memorial Cup final to Hull … Named to Memorial Cup all-star team … Named WHL top defenceman. 1995-96: Named WHL rookie of the year … Named player of the game at CHL top prospects game … Member of CHL and WHL all-rookie teams. 1994-95: Selected best defenceman of Alberta Junior Hockey League … Alberta team captain at 1995 Canada Winter Games.