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Joe Corvo
Joe Corvo
(JOH KOHR-voh)
Number: 77
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 204
Shoots: Right
Born: 20 Jun 1977
Birthplace: Oak Park, IL, United States
Acquired: Signed as a free agent on July 1, 2006
Drafted: LAK / 1997 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 4th (83rd overall)
2012-13: Played in 40 games with Carolina … Recorded 17 points (six goals, 11 assists) and 14 penalty minutes … Earned his 300th NHL point with an assist on Jiri Tlusty's first period goal at Tampa Bay on April 21 ... Missed four games due to injury. 2011-12: Ranked second among Boston defencemen in scoring with 25 points (four goals) in 75 games … Made his Bruins debut and earned his first point with the Bruins (assist) vs. Philadelphia (10/6/11) … Had a season-high three assists vs. Edmonton (11/10/11) … Skated in his 600th career NHL game vs. Montreal (12/19/11) … Earned his 200th NHL point at Toronto (3/6/12) ... Played in five playoff games and was held scoreless. 2010-11: Established a career high for games played (82) and led Carolina defencemen in goals (11) and points (40)… Was 14th in the NHL in ice time per game (24:46) and tied for 15th among NHL defencemen in power-play goals (five). 2009-10: Split the year between Carolina and Washington, totaling 18 points (six goals, 12 assists) in 52 games … Had 12 points (four goals, eight assists) in 34 games with the Hurricanes prior to being traded to the Capitals on 3/4/10 in exchange for Brian Pothier, Oskar Osala and a second-round pick in the 2011 NHL Draft … Skated in 18 regular-season games with the Capitals, notching six points (two goals, four assists) … Missed 28 games after suffering a cut on the lower right leg from the skate of Capitals defenceman Karl Alzner vs. Washington (11/30/09) … Appeared in all seven of Washington’s playoff games, totaling one goal and one assist. 2008-09: Matched his career highs for goals (14) … Ranked first among NHL defencemen in game-winning goals (six) … Ranked tied for 11th among NHL blueliners in goals (14) and tied for 12th in power-play goals (eight) ... Earned his 200th NHL point with an assist vs. New York Rangers (4/2/09) … Played in all 18 of the Hurricanes’ playoff games, recording two goals and seven points. 2007-08: Established career highs in assists (35) and points (48), splitting the season between Ottawa and Carolina… Led all Hurricanes defencemen in goals (13), assists (35) and points (48) and was tied for the overall team lead in plus/minus (+17) … Had 21 points (seven goals, 14 assists) in 23 games with Carolina after being acquired from Ottawa on 2/11/08 … Recorded his 100th career assist vs. Montreal (2/9/08) … Earned his first career hat trick in his first game against his former team vs. Ottawa (3/16/08). 2006-07: Recorded career high assists (29) … Registered his 100th career point at Buffalo (2/7/07) … Had a career game-high number of assists (4) and points (1-4-5) vs. Toronto (10/26/06) – also a team record for most points by a defenceman in a game … Missed five games to injury and one with food poisoning … Played his first career playoff game against Pittsburgh (4/11/07), recording his first two assists … Scored his first career playoff goal at New Jersey on April 26, 2007 (5-4 win) … Scored game-winning goal in double overtime at Buffalo on 5/12/07 (Game 2, 4-3 2OT win). 2005-06: Recorded career high in goals (14) … Led Kings defencemen in plus-minus with +15 … Scored on first career penalty shot on Detroit Red Wing Jimmy Howard (11/28/05). 2004-05: Spent part of season playing with Chicago (AHL), registering 14 points in 23 games … Led all Wolves defencemen in scoring, and his 61 shots ranked him second overall on team … Appeared in all 18 post-season games for Chicago, who lost in Calder Cup finals to Philadelphia. 2003-04: In first full season in the NHL, co-led all Kings defencemen with eight goals (Lubomir Visnovsky) … Three of eight goals were game-winners, including first career overtime goal at Anaheim (1/28/04) … Played 100th NHL game at New Jersey (2/15/04) … Registered career-high eight shots on goal at Calgary (2/3/04). 2002-03: Began season with Manchester (AHL) and was leading all defencemen in scoring with 25 points before being recalled (12/13/02) … Made Kings/NHL debut against Pittsburgh (12/14/02) … Scored first NHL goal (power play) at Minnesota (1/6/03) … Led all NHL rookie defencemen with five goals … Represented Manchester at AHL all-star game, scoring two goals for Team PlanetUSA. 2001-02: Finished second in scoring for Manchester and led all Monarchs defencemen in scoring with 50 points. 2000-01: Finished third in scoring among defencemen for Lowell (AHL) with 33 points … Co-led Lock Monsters in goals (three) in playoffs.