Minnesota Wild
Pierre-Marc Bouchard
Pierre-MarcBouchard
POSITION: Left Wing
HEIGHT: 5' 10"
SHOOTS: Left
WEIGHT: 168
BIRTHDATE: 04/27/1984
BIRTHPLACE: Sherbrooke, QC, CAN
DRAFTED: MIN: 2002-8 overall
2010-11 HIGHLIGHTS

Recorded 38 points (12-26=38) in 59 games…Wild 9-1-2 when he scored a goal...Nominated for Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy by Twin Cities chapter of the Professional Hockey Writers’ Association...Tied career-high with three assists and logged season-high 20:12 TOI at EDM (4/8)...Tallied a point in three straight games (2-1=3, 3/29-4/2)...Registered 300th career point with assist vs. EDM (3/31)...Recorded five points in four-game point streak (1-4=5, 3/2-3/8)...Collected GWG in 3-2 overtime win at ANA (2/25)...Fired season-high five shots at LA (2/24)…Recorded three points (1-2=3) and +3 rating vs. EDM (2/22)...Tallied GWG and assist at COL (2/3)...Notched deciding shootout goal in 1-0 win vs. LA (2/1)...Collected season-high three hits at CHI (1/25)…Tallied goal and 200th career assist at EDM (1/18)...Forced overtime and set up Barker’s GWG vs. PHX (1/2)...Tallied a point in four straight games (1-3=4, 12/3-12/11)...Made 2010-11 debut vs. PHX (12/1)...Missed first 23 games of season with post concussion symptoms and 104 games total since skating in 09-10 season opener (10/3/09).
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
Franchise’s leader with 97 PPA…Ranks third on Wild’s all-time roster with 216 assists, fourth with 305 points and 485 games played and fifth with 89 goals…Has registered 61 multi-point games in career, including four four-point games...Wild is 53-7-1 all-time when Bouchard has two or more points... Wild is 41-5-4 when Bouchard scores a goal dating to 12/23/06 and 16-1-0 all-time when he tallies three or more points…Was the second Wild rookie to post a point in a season-opening game (Marian Gaborik, 2000).

2010-11 HIGHLIGHTS
Recorded 38 points (12-26=38) in 59 games…Wild 9-1-2 when he scored a goal...Nominated for Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy by Twin Cities chapter of the Professional Hockey Writers’ Association...Tied career-high with three assists and logged season-high 20:12 TOI at EDM (4/8)...Tallied a point in three straight games (2-1=3, 3/29-4/2)...Registered 300th career point with assist vs. EDM (3/31)...Recorded five points in four-game point streak (1-4=5, 3/2-3/8)... Collected GWG in 3-2 overtime win at ANA (2/25)...Fired season-high five shots at LA (2/24)…Recorded three points (1-2=3) and +3 rating vs. EDM (2/22)...Tallied GWG and assist at COL (2/3)...Notched deciding shootout goal in 1-0 win vs. LA (2/1)...Collected season-high three hits at CHI (1/25)…Tallied goal and 200th career assist at EDM (1/18)... Forced overtime and set up Barker’s GWG vs. PHX (1/2)...Tallied a point in four straight games (1-3=4, 12/3-12/11)... Made 2010-11 debut vs. PHX (12/1)...Missed first 23 games of season with post concussion symptoms and 104 games total since skating in 09-10 season opener (10/3/09).

2009-10 HIGHLIGHTS
Limited to one game played due to a concussion, originally suffered 3/25/09 at NYI…Skated 10:44 in season-opener at CBJ (10/3).

2008-09 HIGHLIGHTS
Finished third on roster with 46 points (16-30=46) and tied for second with 30 assists…Fourteen of his 30 assists came on the PP…Was Wild’s leading scorer (12/31-3/25) with 31 points (9-22=31)…Tallied goal and tied season-high +3 at SJ (3/5)…Scored GWG and added assist vs. DET (2/21)…Had nine points (3-6=9) in four-game point streak (1/27-2/4), tying team record for most points in four-game stretch…Tied career-high with three assists in 400th game, at VAN (1/31)…Recorded two goals, assist and +3 rating vs. TOR (1/27)…Totaled three points (1-2=3) vs. EDM (1/15)…Had an assist in four straight games (12/31-1/6)…Recorded six points in three-game point streak (3-3=6, 11/29-12/3)…Notched three points (2-1=3) vs. COL (12/1)…Missed three games with lower body injury (10/14-10/18), final eight games of regular season with concussion suffered 3/25 at NYI.

2007-08 HIGHLIGHTS
Recorded career-best 63 points (13-50=63) and career-high 34 PIM while skating in 81 games... Established new franchise mark with 50 assists...Ranked third on club with 15 multi-point contests including two three-point games and one four-point contest...Recorded an assist in three straight games (1-3=4, 10/24-10/28) and five of six overall (1-6=7, 10/16-10/28)...Notched six points (1-5=6) during four-game point streak (12/14-12/20)...Tied career-highs in goals (2), points (4) and plus-minus rating (+3) at VAN (1/21) while becoming second player in team history to reach 200 points...Skated a career-high 23:19 and picked up assist vs. NJ (3/13)...Recorded career-high five game assist streak (0-5=5, 3/6-3/15) tying team-high for the season...Notched an assist in eight of 10 contests (0-9=9, 2/27-3/17)…Collected two assists at CGY (3/22) to set franchise record for assists in a season (49) and collected his career-high 60th point...Scored GWG, also a PPG, and picked up first career fighting major vs. VAN (3/28)...Missed one game with flu (3/24)…Recorded GWG in 3-2 OT win in Game 3 of Western Conference Quarterfinals at COL (4/14).

2006-07 HIGHLIGHTS
Established career-highs in goals (20), games played (82) and plus/minus (+13)...One of four Wild players to appear in every game...Ranked second on team in assists, tied for third in scoring and third in plus/minus...Led team forwards with +13 rating and ranked tied for second on team with 16 multi-point games...Wild went 15-1-0 in games he scored multiple points...Tallied 24 power-play points (5-19=24)...Became the first player in franchise history to notch eight points (4-4=8) in three consecutive games (12/29-1/2)...Tied career high with four point (2-2=4) performance vs. ATL (1/2)...Potted 20th goal of season vs. STL (4/7) becoming the fifth player on the team to reach the 20-goal plateau (Demitra, Gaborik, Koivu, Rolston)...Notched first career playoff goal in Game 4 of Western Conference Quarterfinals vs. ANA (4/17).

2005-06 HIGHLIGHTS
Ranked second on the team in assists (42), third in points (59) and fifth in goals (17)...Notched eight multi-point games, each in Wild victories...Tallied three three-point games and two four-point games...Collected three assists in season opening win vs. CGY (10/5)...Scored first four goals of the season during four-game goal streak (10/12-10/19)... Converted on first career penalty shot attempt in win vs. VAN (10/12)...Notched first career four-point game with two goals and two assists at EDM (2/10)...Also set club record, scoring two goals in 16 seconds...Missed two games (1/7- 1/9) due to a strained neck suffered vs. COL (1/5).

2004-05 HIGHLIGHTS
Tallied a team-leading 42 assists and 54 points for Houston...Led Aeros with 21 power-play assists, 28 power-play points and finished tied for the team lead with seven PPGs...Registered a team-best 14 multi-point games.

2003-04 HIGHLIGHTS
Became the third Wild player to participate in the NHL YoungStars Game (Marian Gaborik, 2002; Nick Schultz, 2003) during All- Star Weekend and the first Wild player to score a goal in the game...Missed eight games with left wrist injury (11/20-11/30).

2002-03 HIGHLIGHTS
Tallied three multi-point games...Finished tied for second among NHL rookies in PPGs (5) and tied for fifth in power play points (5-4=9)...Made NHL debut in season opener and notched an assist for first career point vs. BOS (10/11)... Netted his first career goal (PP, GWG) at SJ (11/9)...Registered one assist and two PIM in five playoff games as the lone rookie and the youngest player on the Wild’s playoff roster...Made playoff debut in Game 3 of Western Conference Quarterfinals vs. COL (4/14)…Picked up first-ever playoff point with a power-play assist in Game 3 of the Western Conference Finals at ANA (5/16).

2001-02 HIGHLIGHTS
Led QMJHL in scoring with 140 points (46-94=140) in 69 games...Named league’s Top Offensive Player and to the QMJHL First All-Star Team, and was chosen Canadian Hockey League Player of the Year.

INTERNATIONAL HIGHLIGHTS
Left the Wild (12/11) to compete for Team Canada at the 2003 World Junior Championship where he picked up five points (2-3=5) in six games and earned a silver medal...Led Team Canada in scoring with four goals and eight assists in eight games at the 2002 World Under-18 Championship.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
Selected by Minnesota in the first round (eight overall) of the 2002 NHL Entry Draft.

PERSONAL
Pierre-Marc Bouchard is married and resides in Montreal in the offseason… Nickname is “Butch”…Enjoys playing golf, tennis and PlayStation 3 in his free time…Says “Madden 10” and “Tiger Woods” are his favorite video games…Lists his first NHL goal as his most memorable moment in hockey…Began playing hockey at age three and also participated in baseball, soccer and tennis as a youngster…Favorite food is steak and favorite Twin Cities restaurant is Manny’s….Lists golf as his favorite sport and Roger Federer as his favorite athlete outside of hockey…Names “Prison Break” as his favorite television show…Enjoys crepes for breakfast…Names the Montreal Canadiens as his favorite team growing up and Wayne Gretzky as his favorite player.