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Erik Condra
Erik Condra
Right Wing
(AIR-ihk KAWN-druh)
Number: 22
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 183
Shoots: Right
Born: 6 Aug 1986  (Age 30)
Birthplace: Trenton, MI, United States
Drafted: OTT / 2006 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 7th (211th overall)
2013-14: Matched a career high with two points in one game for the ninth time in his career on Jan. 4 at Montreal (4-3 OT win) … Became the 41st player in franchise history to appear in 200 contests for the club when he did so on Jan. 23 at Tampa Bay (4-3 SO loss) … Scored his first shorthanded goal since 3/10/12 on March 28 vs. Chicago (5-3 win) … Sustained a muscle strain to his right leg on Nov. 1 vs. N.Y. Islanders (5-4 SO loss) causing him to miss the team’s next six regular season games. 2012-13: Was one of six Senators to appear in each of the club’s 48 games ... Established a new NHL career-high in penalty minutes (34) ... Ranked third among Senators with 27 takeaways ... Led Senators forwards for the second consecutive season with 32 blocked shots ... Has missed only one game through two-plus seasons as an NHL player ... Tied a career high in points with two assists at Toronto (3/6/13, 5-4 loss) ... Played in all 10 playoff games, was fourth in team scoring with seven points, including his second career goal ... Opened the season by playing 17 games in two different German leagues, recording 34 points. 2011-12: Set career highs in games (81), goals (eight), assists (17), points (25) and penalty minutes (30) in his first full NHL season ... Had four multi-point games, including his third career two-goal game against Buffalo (12/20/11, 4-1 win) ... Scored two shorthanded goals, which tied for the team lead ... Played his 100th NHL game at Montreal (3/23/12, 5-1 loss) ... Scored goal in his NHL playoff debut (4/12/12) at N.Y. Rangers, his only point in seven playoff games. 2010-11: Made his NHL debut and recorded his first point (assist) vs. N.Y. Islanders (2/15/11, 4-3 SO loss) … Scored his first goal, first game-winning goal and had first two-goal game vs. Philadelphia (2/26/11, 4-1 win) … Was the first Ottawa rookie since 2000-01 (Martin Havlat) to have at least two multi-goal games … Was a member of Binghamton’s Calder Cup-winning team … Scored five goals and added 12 assists in 23 games in the AHL playoffs. 2009-10: Appeared in 81 games in his first AHL season, notching 11 goals and 27 assists for Binghamton. 2008-09: Was named a CCHA second-team all-star and to the NCAA West second all-American team after finishing his collegiate career with Notre Dame with 13 goals and 25 assists in 40 games. 2007-08: Recorded his collegiate career-high 15 goals in his junior season at Notre Dame. 2006-07: Recorded highs of 34 assists and 48 points in his sophomore year at Notre Dame. 2005-06: Named to the CCHA all-rookie team after posting 34 points (six goals, 28 assists) in 36 games with Notre Dame.