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Jim O'Brien
Jim O'Brien
Centre
(JIHM oh-BRIGH-uhn)
Number: 18
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 200
Shoots: Right
Born: 29 Jan 1989
Birthplace: Maplewood, MN, United States
Drafted: OTT / 2007 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 1st (29th overall)
2011-12: Skated in 27 games for Binghamton (AHL), ranking 10th in team scoring upon his Feb. 3 recall to Ottawa with 14 points (seven goals, seven assists) ... Following recall, remained with the Senators for the balance of the season ... Scored his first NHL goal on Feb. 15 at Florida (6-2 win) ... His goal represented the first occasion since 3/16/04 that three Senators first-round draft picks from the same country (Foligno ’06 and Lee ’05 earned the assists) contributed to the same goal ... Registered the first game-winning marker of his NHL career on Feb. 26 vs. N.Y. Islanders (5-2 win) ... Led Senators rookies in plus-minus (+6) and was the lone Ottawa rookie to register a plus rating this season ... Recorded one assist (the primary assist on Turris’ overtime winning goal in Game 4) in seven playoff games against the N.Y. Rangers. 2010-11: Was a member of Binghamton’s Calder Cup -winning team, seeing action in 23 playoff games … Set professional career highs during the regular season with 24 goals and 32 assists for 56 points … Recorded first professional hat trick on 2/18/11 in 6-2 win over Charlotte ... Became the first member of the Senators to make his NHL debut against the Columbus Blue Jackets, playing 6:57 with three shots in a 4-3 overtime loss at Columbus (12/31/10). 2009-10: Played his first full pro season, appearing in 76 games for Binghamton with eight goals and nine assists. 2008-09: Made professional debut and recorded first professional point with an assist after joining Binghamton following the end of the WHL season … Scored a career-high 27 goals and 62 points with Seattle Thunderbirds … Represented the United States at the 2009 World Junior Hockey Championship in Ottawa. 2007-08: Scored 21 goals and 55 points during his rookie season with Seattle. 2006-07: Was the youngest player in Division 1 hockey during his freshman season at Minnesota … Won a silver medal at the world U-18 championship.

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