Tanner Glass (LW)
Acquired: Florida Panthers’ ninth-round selection (265th overall) in the 2003 NHL Entry Draft.
Last Season: Skated in three NHL games with the Florida Panthers... Completed second full season in Rochester with 13 points (4+9) and 100 PIM in 44 games... Missed the last 33 games of the season (2/07-4/11) with an injury... Had a pair of assists against Syracuse on 1/09... Skated in his first game of the season with the Panthers at Ottawa on 12/08... Received his first NHL recall of the season from the Florida Panthers on 12/08... Had two points (1+1) against Albany on 12/07... Picked up a pair of assists against Quad City on 10/24 to earn third star honors... Scored his first goal of the season against Binghamton on 10/12... Made season debut against Syracuse on 10/10... Appointed alternate captain
2007-08: Spent half the season with the Florida Panthers (NHL), tallying two points (1+1) and 39 PIM in 41 games...Racked up 11 points (6+5) and 84 PIM in 43 games with Rochester...Received four NHL recalls throughout the season...Scored his first career NHL goal in Florida’s 5-3 win over the Ottawa Senators on 1/22...Skated 1:09 in his NHL debut in Florida’s 4-3 loss to the Carolina Hurricanes on 11/12...Received his first NHL recall from the Florida Panthers on 11/12...Scored second goal on 11/11 against Chicago...Scored his first professional goal against Hamilton’s Jaroslav Halak on 10/12
2006-07: Recorded one point in four games with Rochester during his ATO...Picked up his first assist/point as an Amerk on 3/25 against Syracuse...Made his Amerk debut on 3/24 against San Antonio...Served as team captain at Dartmouth..Completed his college career with 54 points (23+31) in 92 career games
2005-06: Was the highest scoring junior on the team with 28 points, six of which were produced on the power play...His six power-play goals were good enough for a share of the team lead...Had five multiple-point games, including a career-high four points in the ECAC quarterfinals...He was also among the few members of the team to start all 33 games
2004-05: As a sophomore, he finished the season with 15 points in 33 games...He recorded four-multiple point games while collecting 10 points in 21 ECAC games
Juniors: Played junior hockey for the Nanaimo Clippers of the B.C. Hockey League (BCHL)...Touted as one of the top forwards in the BCHL, earning him All-League honors, in addition to a spot in the BCHL All-Star game...Glass, who brought an intense physical presence to the game, was consistently rated as one of the top forwards in his age group in Canada