Chris Bourque (LW)
2014-15: Led the AHL’s Hartford Wolf Pack in regular season points (66), goals (29) and assists (37), and finished fifth in AHL in points and tied for fifth in goals…Finished with 60+ points in a season for the fifth time in his AHL career…Set a new pro career high with his 29th goal of the season on April 18 at Albany…Tied his pro career high with his 28th goal of the season on April 10 vs. Springfield…Named a First-Team AHL All-Star on April 9, his second career First All-Star nod…Played in his 500th career AHL game on March 27 vs. Portland…Co-winner of Turning Stone Casino Accuracy Shooting event in 2015 AHL All-Star Skills Competition on January 25 in Utica, breaking four targets in six attempts…Named to the Eastern Conference squad for 2015 AHL All-Star Classic on January 6.
CAREER – 2013-14: Signed with EHC Biel (Swiss-A) on November 29...Recorded 13 points (6-7-13) in 21 games. 2012-13: Led AHL’s Providence Bruins in playoff points (14) and assists (nine)…Finished regular season fourth among Providence skaters in assists (28)…Appeared in 18 games with the NHL’s Boston Bruins, recording four points (1-3-4). 2011-12: Led AHL in points (93) and assists (66), earning First-Team All-Star honors…Participated in second career AHL All-Star Classic, skating for Eastern Conference team in 8-7 shootout loss to Western Conference in Atlantic City. 2010-11: Finished second among Lugano (Swiss-A) skaters in points (33), goals (14) and assists (19). 2009-10: Named AHL Playoff MVP, after tying for league postseason points lead (7-20-27) in capturing his third Calder Cup title…Ranked third in regular-season assists (48) with the Bears, and finished fourth in points (70)…Claimed off waivers by Washington from Pittsburgh on December 5. 2008-09: Won his second Calder Cup with Hershey, notching second-most playoff assists (16) and third-most points (21) on the squad…Finished second among Hershey skaters in regular-season assists (52) and third in points (73)…Represented Planet USA in AHL All-Star Classic in Worcester, tallying two points (1-1-2)…Notched his first NHL point with a goal for Washington on December 30 at Buffalo. 2007-08: Tied for the Bears’ playoff assist lead (three), after leading team in points (63) and ranking second in goals (28) during the regular season…Made NHL debut for Washington on November 6 at Altanta. 2006-07: Appeared in his second Calder Cup Finals with the Bears vs. Hamilton…Had second-most regular-season assists (33) with the Bears, and finished fourth on team in points (58) and goals (25). 2005-06: Won his first Calder Cup with the Bears…Was the top goal-scorer at the IIHF World Junior Championship (7-1-8). 2004-05: Earned Hockey East All-Rookie honors…Posted two points (1-1-2) for Team USA in World Junior Championship.