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Brian McGrattan
Brian McGrattan
Right Wing
(BRIGH-uhn muhk-GRA-tuhn)
Number: 16
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 235
Shoots: Right
Born: 2 Sep 1981
Birthplace: Hamilton, ON, Canada
Acquired: Signed as free agent on June 2, 2002
Drafted: LAK / 1999 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 4th (104th overall)
2006-07: Played 100th career NHL game on against Vancouver (1/1/07) … Tied for 19th in the League in major penalties (10) … Missed one game to injury. 2005-06: Reached 100 career penalty minutes against Toronto (1/23/06) … Scored first NHL goal vs New Jersey (11/19/05) … Recorded 141 penalty minutes on 38 infractions; led NHL with 19 fighting majors … Missed four games to injury. 2004-05: Played third pro season with Binghamton (AHL) … Broke AHL single-season penalty minute record (551) … Surpassed former record of 522 penalty minutes – held by former B-Sen Dennis Bonvie (Hamilton, 1996-97) – in first-period fight against Rochester’s Sean McMorrow (4/8/05) … Missed three games to injury and six games through three separate suspensions … Ended 61-game goal drought with first pro two-goal game, including game-winner, against Albany (12/22/04) … Scored game-winner against Rochester (1/15/05) … Surpassed single-season franchise record with 22 penalty minutes at Albany (2/12/05) to bring then total to 345 … Reached 500-penalty-minute plateau for season and 1,000 for AHL career with 12 penalty minutes at Bridgeport (4/3/05), also scored … Recorded two assists against Wilkes-Barre (4/23/05) for first career pro playoff points. 2003-04: Set career highs in assists (11) and points (20) with Binghamton … Scored power-play goal in home opener vs Rochester (10/11/03) … Missed three games to injury … Set single-game franchise record with 40 penalty minutes at Syracuse (2/13/04) … Scored power-play goal and broke 200-penalty-minute mark with 17 penalty minutes in 100th career AHL game (1/31/04) … Missed five games following two suspensions. 2002-03: Recorded first assist – and first pro point – in Binghamton franchise history, setting up Jeff Ulmer’s power-play goal against Bridgeport (10/11/02) … Scored first pro goal at Rochester (11/1/02) … Had first pro career two-point game vs Rochester (12/14/02). 2001-02: Attended Detroit’s prospects camp and tournament in September … Was OHL Mississauga’s team captain … Traded from Mississauga to Owen Sound in October … Traded from Owen Sound to Oshawa in October… Traded from Oshawa to Sault Ste. Marie in January.