Daniel Corso (C)
DRAFTED: Originally selected by the St. Louis Blues in the 7th round, 169th overall, in the 1996 NHL Entry Draft. ACQUIRED: Claimed by the Hamilton Bulldogs off AHL waivers from the Houston Aeros on December 18th, 2007. 2006-2007 HIGHLIGHTS: Recorded his 200th career AHL point with an assist for Springfield on Dec. 9th at Worcester ... Collected four assists on Dec. 17th at Portland ... Played in his 300th career AHL game on Feb. 25th at Providence. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Scored his first-career NHL goal with St. Louis in his first-career NHL game on Dec. 6/2000 vs. Anaheim ... In his second game in the NHL, posted three points (1-2-3) on January 13/01 at Los Angeles ... During the 2000-2001 AHL season, led Worcester in assists (37), was third in goals (19) and second in points (56) ... Posted 151 goals, 210 assists, 361 points and 153 penalty minutes in 219-career games in the QMJHL with the Victoriaville Tigres (1994-1998) ... Won the Michel Briere Trophy as most valuable player of the QMJHL’s regular season (1996-1997) ... Was named to the QMJHL First All-Star Team (1996-1997) ... During the 1996-97 season, he finished sixth in the QMJHL in points (119) while leading Victoriaville in goals (51), assists (68) and points (119) ... Led Victoriaville in goals (49), assists (65) and points (114) in the 1995-96 season ... Was named to the QMJHL All Rookie Team (1994-1995)... Has been traded twice in his career: Philadelphia traded Corso to Tampa Bay for Darren Reid on Nov. 9th, 2006 and Ottawa traded Corso to Atlanta for Brad Tapper on Jan. 6th, 2004.