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Patrick Wiercioch
Patrick Wiercioch
Defenceman  - OTT
(PAT-rihk WEER-kawsh)
Number: 46
Height: 6' 5"
Weight: 206
Shoots: Left
Born: 12 Sep 1990  (Age 24)
Birthplace: Burnaby, BC, Canada
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Drafted: OTT / 2008 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 2nd (42nd overall) PROSPECT BIO

2013-14: Established new NHL career highs in assists (19), points (23) and games (53) … Tied for second (Methot) among Senators defencemen in scoring … Tallied three power-play goals for the second consecutive season, matching a career high … Recorded at least one assist in five of six games from March 25 to April 4 … Reached 20 points in one season for the first time in his career on March 31 vs. Carolina (2-1 SO win) … Played in the 100th game of his NHL career on April 8 at N.Y. Islanders (4-1 win) … Earned two multi-point games (two assists) … Was a healthy scratch on 29 occasions. 2012-13: Started the season with Binghamton (AHL), recording 10 goals and 19 points in 32 games … Joined Ottawa ahead of the abbreviated NHL season where he remained for the duration of the campaign … Recorded 19 points, including five goals, in his first NHL season … His 19 points tied for fifth among Senators … Ranked second in NHL rookie scoring among defenceman … Recorded the first goal of his NHL career at N.Y. Islanders (3/3/13, 3-2 SO loss) … Registered the first multi-point game of his NHL career with two points (one goal, one assist) at Buffalo (3/16/13, 4-3 OT win) … Earned a career high three assists at N.Y. Islanders (3/19/13, 5-3 win) … Made NHL playoff debut against Montreal (5/5/13, Game 3, 6-1 win) … Sustained a lower-body injury in lone playoff appearance causing him to miss the rest of the playoffs. 2011-12: Spent the entire season with Binghamton (AHL), recording a professional career high of 20 points (four goals, 16 assists) in 57 games … Suffered a throat injury on 12/9/11 in Binghamton, which caused him to miss 18 games. 2010-11: Was a member of Binghamton’s Calder Cup winner, appearing in 15 games during the AHL playoffs … Made his NHL debut with the Senators in a game at Carolina on 3/22/11 (4-3 loss), skating in 9:23 of ice time … Recorded his first NHL point with an assist in a 5-4 shootout loss at Atlanta (3/27/11) … Had four goals and 12 assists in 64 games with Binghamton during the regular season. 2009-10: Was named to the WCHA’s first all-star team and NCAA West first All-American team after recording six goals and 21 assists in 39 games with the Pioneers … Was invited to Canada’s selection camp for the 2010 IIHF world junior championship but was unable to participate due to injury. 2008-09: Named a WCHA second team all-star and to the WCHA all-rookie team after notching 12 goals and 23 points in his freshman season at Denver … Earned invitation to Canada’s selection camp for the 2009 IIHF world junior championship.

SCHEDULE

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STANDINGS

ATLANTIC DIVISION
  TEAM GP W L OT GF GA PTS
1 MTL 23 16 6 1 61 57 33
2 TBL 23 15 6 2 81 63 32
3 DET 22 12 5 5 64 54 29
4 BOS 23 13 9 1 59 57 27
5 TOR 22 11 8 3 70 67 25
6 OTT 21 10 7 4 58 56 24
7 FLA 20 8 6 6 42 51 22
8 BUF 22 6 14 2 37 72 14

STATS

2014-2015 REGULAR SEASON
SKATERS: GP G A +/- Pts
E. Karlsson 21 6 10 -3 16
C. MacArthur 21 8 7 -2 15
K. Turris 21 4 10 -2 14
B. Ryan 20 5 8 0 13
A. Chiasson 18 6 5 -3 11
M. Hoffman 18 7 3 8 10
M. Stone 20 5 5 3 10
M. Michalek 20 2 5 -1 7
C. Ceci 21 0 7 3 7
M. Zibanejad 20 3 3 -1 6
 
GOALIES: W L OT Sv% GAA
C. Anderson 5 4 3 .932 2.38
R. Lehner 5 3 1 .918 2.73