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08-22-2013, 01:02 AM
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I do not know why that first one keeps getting repeated....Jason Spezza.

And the second one, I can only think of one example off the top of my head, but Bryan Berard scored more than 35 points and fits that criteria.

Spezza was drafted by the Islanders!

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08-22-2013, 01:17 AM
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Spezza was drafted by the Islanders!
No he wasn't. He was drafted by the sens. He would have been drafted by the islanders if the islanders did not trade there first round pick to us in the yashin for chara trade.

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08-22-2013, 01:53 AM
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Cruddy Sens defenseman Hank Lammens played only 27 career games (all with Sens in 1993) but was an internationally accomplished finn-class sailor. He had won 2 World Championships in his event and a month before his first Sens camp opened, he competed at the Olympics in Barcelona for Canada in that event.

Bobby Dollas was signed in the middle of the 99-00 season as a free agent. Because he was signed after the start of the season, he needed to pass through waivers. He got to play in 1 game for the Sens during the waiting period and then was claimed by Calgary and played the rest of the season with them. By virtue of Dollas donning the #2 for his 1 Sens game, that jersey number sat alone on top of the "Most used Sens number" jersey list with 12 instances. It was equaled midway through this past season once Matt Kassian was acquired and chose #28. Now there are also 12 instances of that jersey as well, tying it for top spot with jersey #2.

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08-22-2013, 01:58 AM
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And for those interested:

Sens who wore #2:
Jim Kyte
Radek Hamr
Kevin Macdonald
Jim Paek
Lance Pitlick
Grant Ledyard
Bobby Dollas
Curtis Leschyshyn
Brian Pothier
Lawrence Nycholat
Luke Richardson
Jared Cowen

and #28
Mark Osieki
Jeff Lazaro
Bill Huard
Steve Duchesne
Denny Lambert
Stephen Leach
Ted Donato
Joe Juneau
Todd White
Martin Lapointe
Zenon Konopka
Matt Kassian

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08-22-2013, 02:41 AM
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Marty St.Louis was given his first shot as a try out with the senators. But they did not sign him(would have been nice) so he went on to Sign with and play in calgary. Oh well

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08-22-2013, 04:43 PM
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Brad Marsh and Peter Sidorkiewicz were Ottawa's 1st ever All-Stars.
Marsh scored a goal and Sidorkiewicz was credited with the win in a 16-6 Wales over Campbell rout.

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08-22-2013, 04:58 PM
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The Ottawa Senators have never won a Game 7

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08-22-2013, 05:01 PM
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Dany Heatley scored BACK TO BACK 50 goal season with the Ottawa Senators. Yeah, the same guy that's in Minnesota right now.

Learning quite a few things here. Keep it up!

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08-22-2013, 05:36 PM
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Brad Marsh and Peter Sidorkiewicz were Ottawa's 1st ever All-Stars.
Marsh scored a goal and Sidorkiewicz was credited with the win in a 16-6 Wales over Campbell rout.
Not only did Marsh score a goal in that game, but it was the only one he scored that year. He had 0+3=3 in 59 games in the regular season.

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08-22-2013, 06:55 PM
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We were the first team to ever have 3 picks in the 1st round in 2011. Then Calgary and Columbus started to copy us with their own 3 pick selections in the 1st round in this past June's draft.

This is just plain wrong. Lots of teams have had three selections in the first round. In 1989 the Toronto Maple Leafs drafted three players in the first round all from the same junior team for gods sake. They took Scott Thornton 3rd, Rob Pearson 12th and Steve Bancroft 21st all from the Belleville Bulls.

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08-22-2013, 07:14 PM
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This is just plain wrong. Lots of teams have had three selections in the first round. In 1989 the Toronto Maple Leafs drafted three players in the first round all from the same junior team for gods sake. They took Scott Thornton 3rd, Rob Pearson 12th and Steve Bancroft 21st all from the Belleville Bulls.
No he's right, what other team had three 1st round picks in 2011?

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08-22-2013, 11:12 PM
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We're 51-11-4 when Chris Phillips scores. It's pretty well known I guess, since Dean Brown will always update you on the record when he scores.

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I'm sure some of you remember Spezza gave up #39 for Hasek.

Spezza also wore #44 (Eaves) for a couple of shift in the 2007 playoffs one game.
Spezza also wore #44 in his rookie season, so it was is neat full-circle thing.

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08-22-2013, 11:39 PM
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We're 51-11-4 when Chris Phillips scores. It's pretty well known I guess, since Dean Brown will always update you on the record when he scores.
Probably my favourite random stat. It gets brought up every time he scores, and I love it.

Also, while we're on thr subject of Phillips, he was played as a forward for stretches earlier in his career, and his first career goal was scored as a forward.


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08-23-2013, 12:08 AM
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We're 51-11-4 when Chris Phillips scores. It's pretty well known I guess, since Dean Brown will always update you on the record when he scores.
Ive heard that stat at least 66 times.

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08-23-2013, 12:31 AM
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We're 51-11-4 when Chris Phillips scores. It's pretty well known I guess, since Dean Brown will always update you on the record when he scores.
On the subject of this oft-repeated statistic, I find it pretty silly since a team is always more likely to win when they have at least one goal than when they don't. But I wonder if there's a parallel statistic out there of some guy who primarily scores in losses.

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On the subject of this oft-repeated statistic, I find it pretty silly since a team is always more likely to win when they have at least one goal than when they don't. But I wonder if there's a parallel statistic out there of some guy who primarily scores in losses.
Im sure Bouwmeester has a brutal record.

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08-23-2013, 01:37 AM
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We're 51-11-4 when Chris Phillips scores. It's pretty well known I guess, since Dean Brown will always update you on the record when he scores.
Yeah but did you know the team is 70-16-5 when Chris Neil scores in regular season games?

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Yeah but did you know the team is 70-16-5 when Chris Neil scores in regular season games?
No wonder we tried him on the power play.

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Spezza also wore #44 in his rookie season, so it was is neat full-circle thing.
Spezza wore #39 in his rookie Season

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Spezza wore #39 in his rookie Season
Incorrect, he did in fact wear #44 his rookie year.

Here are some Spezza Rookie cards, to corroborate:


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Jason Spezza was assigned the number 44 and wore it during develop camps and preseason however he wore the number 39 in his regular season debut.

Alfredsson was assigned number 63 as a rookie before making the team and choosing 11.

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Not only did Marsh score a goal in that game, but it was the only one he scored that year. He had 0+3=3 in 59 games in the regular season.
I can remember lmao when Gord Miller during a broadcast said that the coach has given Brad Marsh the green light to go anytime he wants on an end to end rush. Brad Marsh was a big lumbering stay at home defenceman whose skating was difficult to watch. I reminded Marshy of that once when he was operating his restaurant at ScotiaBankPlace which he also found quite funny, but said that JM was okay with him rushing the puck as long as he got back to prevent a rush the other way. So Marshy would always put the puck on net to make sure the goalie stopped the puck & hung onto it so Marsh wouldn't have to skate like hell to get back.

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That's hilarious aragon.

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