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Devin Setoguchi
Devin Setoguchi
Right Wing
Number: 10
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 205
Shoots: Right
Born: Jan 1, 1987
Birthplace: Taber, AB, Canada
Acquired: Acquired from San Jose along with Charlie Coyle and a 2011 first round draft pick (28th overall, Zack Phillips) in exchange for Brent Burns and a 2012 second round draft pick.
Drafted: SJS / 2005 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 1st (8th overall)
Has recorded 159 points (84-75=159) in 267 career NHL games during four seasons with San Jose…Added 24 points (14-10=24) in 48 playoff games with the Sharks.

Recorded 41 points (22-19=41) in 72 games with SJ…Ranked third on the team in hits (138)…Set a career high in game-winning goals (5)…Posted his third consecutive 20-goal season with his tally vs. STL (3/19)…Registered first career hat trick vs. COL (2/19)…Played in his 200th career NHL game at COL (10/21)…Ranked second on SJ with 65 shots in the playoffs…Posted two points (1-1=2) in Game 7 of Western Conference Semifinal vs. DET (5/12)…Recorded first career playoff hat trick (3-0=3), including third career playoff overtime goal, in Game 3 at DET (5/4)…Registered a point on two overtime goals in Western Conference Quarterfinal vs. LA…Scored his second career overtime playoff goal in Game 3 at LA (4/19)…Missed 10 games due to injury.

Notched 36 points (20-16=36) in 70 games with SJ…Ranked third on Sharks with eight power-play goals and fourth in goals…Recorded five multi-goal contests…Scored two goals, including GWG vs. COL (3/28)…Scored GWG at STL (2/4)…Scored two goals, including GWG vs. EDM (1/16)…Posted two points (1-1=2) and tied his career-high with a plus-3 vs. ANA (12/17)…Returned from seven-game IR stint with a goal vs. NSH (11/10)…Had a three-game goal streak (4-1=5, 10/3-10/6)…Ranked second on team and tied for 10th in the NHL in postseason shots (58)…Posted two assists in Game 5 of Western Conference Quarterfinal vs. COL (4/22)…Scored his first career postseason overtime goal, which was also his first postseason game-winner, in his first career playoff multi-goal game (two goals) in Game 2 vs. COL (4/16)…Missed 12 games due to injury.

Set career-highs in goals (31), assists (34), points (65), games played (81), plus-minus rating (16), power-play goals (11) and shots (246)…Registered 19 multi-point games...Ranked third on team in points, tied for 27th in the League in goals...Scored 30th goal vs. NSH (3/26)...Named to the Sophomore Team for the YoungStars Game presented by Upper Deck (one goal)...Tied his career-high with three points (1-2=3) at EDM (1/9)...Had a career-high seven-game point streak (5-8=13, 11/11-11/28)...Registered 10 shots and three points (2-1=3) vs. NSH (11/11)...Recorded three points (1-2=3) in six playoff matches.

Tallied 17 points (11-6=17) in 44 games during rookie season with Sharks…Collected 19 points (8-11=19) in 23 games with Worcester (AHL)…Ranked tied for 13th among NHL rookies in goals...Became first Sharks player to score two goals (Marty Turco) in his NHL debut at DAL (10/29)...Made NHL postseason debut and tallied an assist in Game 4 of Western Conference Quarterfinal at CGY (4/15)...Scored first postseason goal in Game 7 vs. CGY (4/22)…Missed eight games due to injury.

Recorded 65 points (36-29=65) in 55 games for Prince George (WHL)…Ranked 11th in WHL in goals, tied for first in shorthanded goals (six) and tied for 10th in game-winning goals (six)...Led Cougars in points and goals...Named February Player of the Month (11-11=22 in 14 games)...Selected for 2006 National Junior Team Development Camp in Calgary in July, but was unable to participate due to injury.

Tallied 83 points (36-47=83) in 65 games and served as alternate captain for Saskatoon (WHL)…Led the Blades in goals and points (seventh in WHL) and was second in assists… Represented WHL in the CHLRussia Challenge.

Notched 64 points (33-31=64) in 69 games for Saskatoon (WHL)…Finished second on
team and tied for ninth in WHL in goals…Won the Hardest Shot competition (96 mph) at
the 2005 CHL Top Prospects Skills Showcase.

Scored 31 points (13-18=31) in 66 games for Saskatoon (WHL)…Ranked 14th among WHL rookies in points.

Won a silver medal with Team Canada at the 2005 Under-18 World Championship…Led team with six points and ranked tied for second with four goals…Won a gold medal with Canada’s Under-18 summer team at the 2004 Junior World Cup…Won a silver medal with Team Pacific as team captain at the 2004 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge.

Acquired by Minnesota along with Charlie Coyle and the 28th pick (Zack Phillips) in the 2011 NHL Entry Draft from San Jose in exchange for Brent Burns, June 24, 2011; Selected by San Jose in the first round (eight overall) of the 2005 NHL Entry Draft.

Devin Charlie Kenichi Setoguchi resides in Taber, Alberta during the offseason…Nicknames are “Seto,” “Gooch” and “Techno”…Enjoys playing golf, football and soccer in his free time…Worked on a farm for his dad as his first job…Father Dale played professional hockey in Japan for two years…Would most like to meet Tiger Woods…Favorite part of Minnesota is the downtown Minneapolis area…If not playing hockey, would likely be farming and golfing…Listens to many different genres of music before games, but prefers techno…Possesses a hidden talent for playing badminton…Lists sushi as his favorite meal…Favorite movie is Slap Shot and favorite television show is “Californication”…Other than hockey, lists golf as his favorite sport…Tweets @Dsetoguchi10 and favorite website is
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