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Dany Heatley
Dany Heatley
Left Wing
Number: 15
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 212
Shoots: Left
Born: Jan 21, 1981
Birthplace: Freiburg, Germany
Acquired: Acquired from San Jose in exchange for Martin Havlat on July 5, 2011.
Drafted: ATL / 2000 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 1st (2nd overall)
Ranks first in the NHL in power-play goals (128) and game-winning goals (58), third in goals and fifth in points since entering the NHL in 2001…Has collected 689 points (325-364=689) in 669 career contests in nine seasons with Atlanta, Ottawa and San Jose…Winner of the 2002 Calder Memorial Trophy, named to the 2006 NHL Second All-Star Team, the 2007 First All-Star Team and four NHL All-Star Games (2003, 2007, 2008 and
2009)…Has represented Canada at the last two Olympics winning a gold medal in 2010.

Collected 64 points (26-38=64) in 80 games with San Jose…Added 11 power-play goals and five game-winning tallies…Ranked fourth on team in scoring and T-12th in the NHL in power-play goals…Suspended two games by the NHL (3/16)…Made first appearance in Ottawa (12/2) since being traded and registered an assist while drawing two penalties that led to power play goals…Played in 600th career game at STL (11/4)…Tied career-high with four points (1-3=4) vs. NJ (10/27)…Scored 300th
career goal vs. ATL (10/16)…Notched nine points (3-6=9) in 18 playoff contests…Set a Sharks franchise record for fastest goal, scoring 28 seconds into Game 1 of Western Conference Quarterfinal vs. LA (4/14).

Tallied 82 points (39-43=82) in 82 games in first season with San Jose…Ranked eighth in the NHL in goals and T-15th in points…Finished second in the NHL in power-play goals (18) and first in game-winning goals
(nine)…Notched 600th career NHL point with an assist vs. CHI (1/28)…Had a seven-game point streak (5-4=9, 1/6-1/18)…Tied Sharks franchise record for shots in a period with seven in first, including a goal, vs. STL (12/3)…Picked up second hat trick of the season vs. PHI (11/20)…Scored a hat trick (3-1=4) in home debut vs. CBJ (10/8) that included a converted penalty shot and a franchise-tying plus-6 plus/minus rating…Registered 13 points (2-11=13) in 14 playoff games…Posted three assists in Game 2 of Western Conference Semifinals vs. DET (5/2)…Missed one playoff game due to injury (4/18).

One of four Senators to appear in all 82 regular season games…Led team in goals (39), power-play goals (15), game-winning goals (six) and shots (258)…Ranked second with 18 multi-point games and third in scoring…Ranked seventh in the NHL in power-play goals and tied for ninth in goals…Recorded 500th NHL point with an assist vs. DAL (12/20).

Led Ottawa in goals, third in assists and points...Plus-33 rating ranked third in the NHL...Surpassed 40-goal mark (41) for the fourth time in his career...Ranked tied for fourth in NHL with eight game-winning goals...First Senators player to have three consecutive multi-goal games (6-1=7, 12/12-12/15)…Saw consecutive games played streak end at 207 (1/13)…Recorded two four point efforts (1-3=4 vs. MTL, 2/9/08) and (3-1=4 vs. BOS, 3/11/08)…Named to Eastern Conference All-Star Team, but missed game due to injury…Had one assist in four playoff games…Missed 11 games with shoulder injury.

Named to the NHL’s First All-Star Team...Set Ottawa team record for most points in a season (105) while tying his own record for most goals (50)…Became first NHLer to record back-toback 50-goal seasons since Florida’s Pavel Bure (1999-2000, 2000-01)…Set career-high with 55 assists…Finished second in the NHL in goals and fourth in points…Led Ottawa with 28 multi-point games…Scored 24 points (11-13=24) during season-high 16-game point streak (2/8-3/15)…Notched 22 points (7-15=22) in 20 playoff games as Ottawa advanced to Stanley Cup…Ranked tied for first in NHL in playoff scoring.

Recorded 103 points (50-53=103) in 82 games with Ottawa becoming first Senators player to record 100 points and 50 goals in a season…Had 29 multi-point games…Had a team record 22-game point streak to start season (17-21=38, 10/5-11/29) the second-longest streak in NHL history from start of a player’s tenure with a team (23, Wayne Gretzky in 1988-89, Los Angeles Kings)…Recorded career-high four goals at TOR (10/29)…Named to NHL’s Second All-Star team...Collected 12 points (3-9=12) in 10 playoff contests including 10 points (2-8=10) in Eastern Conference Quarterfinal series against Tampa Bay.

Tallied 24 points (14-10=24) and 58 PIM in 16 games with Bern (Switzerland)…Missed 14 games due to injury…Had four points (3-1=4) and 22 PIM in 11 games with Ak Bars Kazan (Russia).

Collected 25 points (13-12=25) in 31 games with Atlanta...Missed first 51 games due to injury.

Became first Thrasher player to score 40 goals in a season…Scored first NHL hat trick at PHI (1/13)…Most Valuable Player of 2003 NHL All-Star Game following a four-goal performance…Youngest player in NHL All-Star Game history to score a hat trick and one of only five players to score four regulation goals…Logged careerhigh 29:05 in ice time vs. FLA (3/7).

Won Calder Memorial Trophy and named to NHL All-Rookie Team...He and teammate Ilya Kovalchuk finished first and second in NHL rookie scoring - first time since Rangers Brian Leetch and Tony Granato did it in 1988-89.

1998-2001 HIGHLIGHTS
Led Wisconsin (WCHA) in goals and assists in 2000-01…Finalist for 2001 Hobey Baker Award…Named to the 2001 NCAA West First All-American Team…Helped Wisconsin win 1999-00 WCHA regular season title...Named 2000 WCHA Rookie of the Year…Led Calgary to Doyle Cup regional junior A championship and was first in scoring with 127 points (70 goals and 57 assists) in 1998-99…Canadian Junior A Hockey League Player of the Year.

Won a gold medal at 2010 Olympics with Canada…Ranked tied for second on team in goals and scoring with seven points (4-3=7) in seven games…Won a silver medal with Canada at 2009 World Championship…Named MVP of 2008 World Championship leading tournament with 12 goals and 20 points in nine games…Canada claimed silver medal…Represented Canada at the 2006 Winter Games for first time...Won gold medals at 2004 World Cup and 2004 World Championship with Canada…Led 2004 World Championship with eight goals and 11 points…Won gold medal at 2003 World Championship…Skated for Canada at 2000 and 2001 World Junior Championship.

Acquired by Minnesota from San Jose in exchange for Martin Havlat, July 3, 2011; Acquired by San Jose along with a 2010 fifth round draft pick from Ottawa in exchange for Milan Michalek, Jonathan Cheechoo and the Sharks 2010 second round draft pick, Sept. 12, 2009; Acquired by Ottawa from Atlanta in exchange for Marian Hossa and Greg de Vries, Aug. 23, 2005; Selected by Atlanta in the first round (2nd overall) of the 2000 NHL Entry Draft.

Dany Heatley is single and resides in Kelowna, B.C. during the offseason…Nicknames are “Heater”
and “Heats”…Enjoys golfing and boating during his time off from hockey…First job was as an electrician’s
apprentice…Brother Mark plays hockey professionally in Germany and father Murray played
15 years professionally…Lists the fans as his favorite part of Minnesota…If not for hockey, would
like to be a musician…Enjoys listening to any music teammate Devin Setoguchi chooses before
games…Possesses a hidden talent for cooking…Favorite cuisine is Italian…Lists Major League
as his favorite movie and “Entourage” as his favorite television show…Other than hockey, favorite
sport is baseball…Favorite website is…Involved in Garth Brooks Teammates for Kids.
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