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Patrick Eaves
Patrick Eaves
Right Wing
(PAT-rihk EEVZ)
Number: 44
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 200
Shoots: Right
Born: 1 May 1984  (Age 31)
Birthplace: Calgary, AB, Canada
Drafted: OTT / 2003 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 1st (29th overall)
2006-07: Played 100th career NHL and Senators game against Buffalo (1/3/07) … Recorded a career season high in points (32) and assists (18) … Picked up 10 points (6-4) in 13 games in January … Had six multi-point games … Missed four regular season games to injury … Missed seven playoff games after suffering a head injury during the Pittsburgh series. 2005-06: Had 20 goals in rookie season … Scored first career short-handed goal against Carolina (12/28/05) … Tied for ninth in NHL rookie goals scored (20) and second in rookie shooting percentage (20.0%) … Missed one game to injury and another to the flu … Started season in Binghamton (AHL) and was recalled five times … Played first pro game with Binghamton (10/8/05) at Philadelphia … Played first career NHL playoff game against Tampa (4/21/06) and recorded first career playoff goal at Tampa (4/25/06, John Grahame). 2004-05: Served as assistant captain at Boston College (HE) … Registered team-high 48 points (19 goals, 29 assists) … Had 15 multi-point games … Missed four games to injury … Selected as Hockey East player of the month for October and January … Earned all-America and all-conference first-team honours … Named Hockey East player of the year … Finalist for Hobey Baker Award … Captured share of Norman F. Dailey Award with forward Ryan Shannon as team MVP … Had five points (2-3) in two games against Massachusetts in Hockey East tournament’s quarter-final round. 2003-04: Finished third in team scoring with 41 points (18-23) and tied for third in Hockey East with 26 points (12-14) in 20 conference games … Had 11 multiple-point games, including four multiple-goal games (one hat trick) … Missed four games to injury … Named to JOFA all-America second team, Hockey East all-conference second team and MVP at NCAA Tournament’s Northeast Regional, after recording five points (3-2) in two games … Helped lead Boston College over Michigan and Niagara en route to Frozen Four … Selected to compete for U.S. in 2003 world juniors but did not participate due to injury. 2002-03: Recorded 11 points in first four collegiate games … Had six multiple-point games, including three- and four-point games … Named Hockey East rookie of the month for October after being named rookie of the week three times … Missed 20 games due to neck injury sustained against Maine (12/7/02) … Missed five games due to two suspensions. 2001-02: Skated in USA Hockey’s National Team Development Program … Had 53 points (25-28) in 49 games with under-18 U.S. team. 2000-01: Skated in USA Hockey’s National Team Development Program … Had 38 points (19-19) in 45 games and added 16 points (8-8) in international contests. 1999-2000: Recorded 47 points (23 –24) in 50 games at Shattuck St. Mary’s.

STANDINGS

ATLANTIC DIVISION
  TEAM GP W L OT GF GA PTS
1 y - MTL 82 50 22 10 214 184 110
2 x - TBL 82 50 24 8 259 206 108
3 x - DET 82 43 25 14 231 211 100
4 x - OTT 82 43 26 13 232 208 99
5 BOS 82 41 27 14 209 201 96
6 FLA 82 38 29 15 198 213 91
7 TOR 82 30 44 8 206 257 68
8 BUF 82 23 51 8 153 269 54

STATS

2014-2015 PLAYOFFS
SKATERS: GP G A +/- Pts
P. Wiercioch 6 2 2 0 4
M. Zibanejad 6 1 3 0 4
E. Karlsson 6 1 3 -2 4
M. Stone 6 0 4 0 4
M. Hoffman 6 1 2 -3 3
B. Ryan 6 2 0 1 2
C. MacArthur 6 2 0 -2 2
K. Turris 6 1 1 -2 2
C. Ceci 6 0 2 0 2
M. Michalek 6 1 0 -2 1
 
GOALIES: W L OT Sv% GAA
C. Anderson 2 2 1 .972 0.97
A. Hammond 0 2 1 .914 3.44