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Dany Heatley
Dany Heatley
Left Wing
Number: 15
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 220
Shoots: Left
Born: 21 Jan 1981  (Age 33)
Birthplace: Freiburg, Germany
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Acquired: Acquired from Atlanta for Marian Hossa and Greg de Vries on Aug. 23, 2005
Drafted: ATL / 2000 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 1st (2nd overall)
2007-08: Ranked first among all Senators in goals (41), third in assists (41) and third in points (82) … Led the Senators with a +33 plus-minus rating – third in the NHL … Surpassed the 40-goal mark for the fourth time … Tied for fourth in the NHL with eight game-winning goals … First Senators player to have three consecutive multi-goal games: Dec. 12 - 2 goals; Dec. 13 - 2 goals; Dec. 15 - 2 goals … Until an injury against Detroit on Jan. 13 (3-1), played 207 consecutive games with Ottawa … Tied a career high with four points on two occasions: (1-3) vs. Montreal (Feb. 9, 6-1 win); (3-1) vs. Boston (March 11, 4-1 win) … Recorded seventh career hat trick (3-1) against Boston on March 11 (4-1 win) … Named to Eastern Conference all-star team but missed event in Atlanta due to injury … Missed 11 games to injury … Recorded 400th career NHL point with a goal against Montreal on Oct. 18 (4-3 win) … Scored 200th career NHL goal against Atlanta on Dec. 15 (7-3 win) … Played 400th career NHL game against Buffalo on Feb. 12 (5-1 loss) … Had one assist in Round 1 of the playoffs against Pittsburgh. 2006-07: Named to the NHL’s first all-star team … Recorded several career NHL milestones: 300th point at Atlanta (11/8/06), 300th game at N.Y. Islanders (12/5/06) and 200th assist against Toronto (3/8/07) … Set a team record for most points in a season (105) while tying his own record for most goals (50) … Became first NHLer to record back-to-back 50 goal seasons since Florida’s Pavel Bure (1999-2000, 2000-01) … Set a career high with 55 assists …Finished second in the NHL in goals and fourth in points … Played in 164 consecutive regular season games for Ottawa and 195 straight since 1/28/04 (between Ottawa and Atlanta) … Recorded third hat trick of the season (sixth career) versus Buffalo (1/3/07) … Led Ottawa with 28 multi-point games … Had a season-high 16-game point streak (11-13) from Feb. 8 to March 15 … Finished tied with Spezza (7-15) and Alfredsson (14-8) for the league lead in playoff points (7-15). 2005-06: Was first Senator to reach 100 points in a season and first to ever score 50 goals … Had 29 multi-point games … Had a team record 22-game point streak of 38 points (17-21) to start season — second-longest streak in NHL history from start of a player’s tenure with a team (one game shy of Wayne Gretzky - 1988-89) … Recorded first four-goal game at Toronto (10/29/05) … Missed second career penalty shot against New York Islander Rick DiPietro (11/5/05) … Reached 100th career NHL goal at Colorado (12/12/05) … Alternate captain for one game against Atlanta (4/3/06) … Named to NHL’s second all-star team … In playoffs, tied Spezza and Havlat for most points in a series (10) in Round 1 vs Tampa while also tying Spezza for most assists (8). 2004-05: Registered 24 points (14-10) in 16 games with Bern (Switzerland) … Missed 14 games to injury … Had four points (3-1) and 22 penalty minutes in 11 games with Ak Bars Kazan (Russia). 2003-04: Notched at least one point in 18 out of last 24 contests (12 goals, 11 assists) after missing first 51 games to injury. 2002-03: Set team record to become first Thrasher player to score 40 goals … Scored first NHL hat trick at Philadelphia (1/13/03) … Named MVP at 2003 NHL all-star game (2/2/03) following a four-goal performance … Youngest player in NHL all-star history to score a hat trick and one of only five players to score four regulation goals. 2001-02: Winner of Calder Memorial Trophy as NHL’s rookie of the year … Named to all-rookie team … He and teammate Ilya Kovalchuk finished 1-2 in NHL rookie scoring – first time since Rangers Brian Leetch and Tony Granato 1988-89. 1999-2001: Led Wisconsin (WCHA) in goals (24) and assists (33) in 2000-01 … Finalist for 2001 Hobey Baker Award … Wisconsin captured 1999-2000 WCHA regular-season championship. 1998-99: Led Calgary to Doyle Cup regional junior A championship and first in scoring with 127 points (70-57) … Named Canadian Junior A Hockey League Player of the Year.