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Bobby Sanguinetti (D)

Rochester Americans

Name: Bobby Sanguinetti
Number: 25
Position: D
Shoots: R
Height: 6-3
Weight: 190
Birthdate: 1988-02-29
Birth place: Trenton, NJ


Signed a one-year, two-way NHL contract as a free agent with the Buffalo Sabres on July 2, 2015.

2014-15: Completed his seventh professional season, scoring a career-high 16 goals and piling up 40 points over 61 regular-season games with the Utica Comets (AHL)… Led all Comets defensemen and closed out the campaign tied for ninth in scoring among all AHL blueliners… Ranked fifth overall on the team in points while serving as assistant captain… Named a Second Team AHL All-Star… Led all defensemen with six game-winning goals (tied for 11th-most) and his team-high +24 on-ice rating tied for eighth in the league… Anchored a Comets defense that allowed just 182 goals-against all season and averaged the fifth-fewest goals-against per game (2.39)… Vital part of a Utica team that established franchise records for wins (47) and points in a season (103)… Also saw the Comets to first-place finishes atop the North Division and Western Conference before helping the team advance to the Calder Cup Finals in just their second year as league members… Named to his third AHL All-Star Classic, serving as one of three Comets representatives (Cal O’Reilly, Jacob Markstrom) at the 2015 AHL All-Star Classic in Utica… Compiled seven multi-point games during the regular season, including a trio of three-point outings… Paced all AHL defensemen in playoff scoring after producing 14 points (3+11) during Utica’s run to the Calder Cup Finals, bringing the Comets to within three wins of their first league title… Was also the AHL’s leader in assists (11) and shots (64) among blueliners in the postseason while finishing second in goals (3), power-play assists (5), power-play points (6) and game-winning goals (2)… Had a three-game assist streak (0+4) from 6/10 to 6/13… Collected an assist in three straight games (0+3) from 5/11 to 5/14… Notched two assists in Game 5 of the first-round series against Chicago on 5/02… Had at least one shot on goal in each game of the 2015 Playoffs… Opened the postseason by netting the game-winner in double overtime in Game 1 of the Western Conference Quarterfinals against Chicago on 4/22… Assisted on three goals in a 4-1 win against Rochester on 3/20… Recorded a three-game goal-scoring streak (3+2) from 2/14 to 2/18… Netted a pair of goals and had six shots vs. Binghamton on 2/08… Totaled eight points (5+3) over a season-long four-game point streak from 12/03 to 12/12… Finished with multiple points in three of four games over that stretch, including a goal in each game… Scored twice for his first multi-goal of the season and was +3 in a 3-1 win against Rochester on 12/10… Had three points (1+2) at Texas on 12/03… Netted the game-winner on the power-play in a 3-2 victory at Rochester on 11/08… Scored the game-winner for his first goal as a Comet in a 3-2 win at Binghamton on 10/29… Recorded an assist in his debut as a Comet at Toronto on 10/11

2013-14: Finished his only season abroad with seven points (2+5) in just 15 games with Atlant Moscow Oblast of the Kontinental Hockey League

2012-13: Set NHL career-highs in all offensive categories, including goals (2), assists (4), points (6) and games played (37) while skating for the Carolina Hurricanes… Split half the campaign with the AHL’s Charlotte Checkers, where he ranked third among team defensemen in scoring with 21 points (6+15) despite appearing in just 37 contests… Logged a season-high 20:02 of ice time at Pittsburgh on 4/27… Netted a goal vs. Pittsburgh on 4/09… Finished with assists against Washington on 4/02, New Jersey on 3/09 and Buffalo on 3/05… Scored his first career NHL goal, which also proved to be the game-winner, the next night in a 4-2 win at the New York Islanders on 2/24… Registered his first NHL point on an assist against Tampa Bay on 2/23… Made his NHL season debut at Florida on 1/19… Recorded two points (1+1) and was +3 at Oklahoma City on 1/11 in his final appearance for the Checkers before earning recall to Carolina for the remainder of the season… Had a three-game point streak (2+2) from 12/15 to 12/20… Scored twice in a span of 1:58 in a 5-4 win over Peoria on 12/22… Tallied two assists, the second of which came on the power-play, at Norfolk on 11/21… Notched two assists, including one on the game-winner in a 4-3 win at Milwaukee on 10/19… Scored his first goal of the season for Charlotte on the power-play at Texas on 10/14

2011-12: Appeared in three games at the NHL level for Carolina and posted an even plus/minus rating with five shots on goal over two recalls… Captured career-highs with 40 assists and 50 points through 60 games with Charlotte… Added 10 goals to lead all Checkers defensemen and rank second on the team in scoring despite missing 16 games… Ranked third among AHL blueliners in points and assists... Finished second on the team and second among league defensemen in power-play points (30 and power-play assists (23)… Third on the team with seven power-play tallies… Recorded 44 (10+34) of his 50 points over the final 44 games of the season, including all 10 goals… Had at least one point in 11 of his last 12 games, totaling 18 points (3+15) over that span… Had an assist at Milwaukee on 4/15 to end the season on a five-game point streak (1+7)… Tied his personal career high and a team record with four points (1+3) and was +5 in 6-1 win at Peoria on 4/13… Assisted on both Charlotte goals in a 3-2 shootout loss at Hershey on 3/25 to extend his point streak to six games… Recalled to Carolina on 3/12 and made his Hurricanes debut at the New York Rangers on 3/13, earning 9:39 of ice time... Had a three-point night (1+2) and was +3 vs. Chicago on 3/11… Helped set up Sean Dolan's goal at Milwaukee on 2/10, extending his career-high point streak to 11 games… Set a personal and franchise record with an 11-game point streak from 1/12 to 2/10 when he registered 15 points on five goals and 10 assists… Marked the fourth-longest streak by any AHL player during the season and the longest by an AHL defenseman since the 2008-09 campaign… After starting the season with no goals in his first 29 games, had a three-game goal-scoring streak from 1/17 to 1/21, all of which were scored on the power-play… Had his second consecutive multi-point game (1+1) at Abbotsford on 1/20… Scored his first goal of the season and added an assist vs. Grand Rapids on 1/17, giving him five points (1+4) during a three-game point streak… Assisted on both Checkers goals in a 3-2 shootout loss to Oklahoma City on 12/18, giving him four points (0+4) in four games since returning from a broken foot… Missed nine games (11/18-12/09) due to injury… Had the primary assist on Justin Soryal's game-winner at Oklahoma City on 11/12… Set up Matthew Pistilli's game-winner with 44 seconds left at Oklahoma City on 10/28… Recorded two assists and five shots on goal in the season-opener at Norfolk on 10/07

2010-11: Skated in 31 games with the Checkers, scoring three goals and adding 12 assists for 15 points… Collected six of his 15 points on the man-advantage… Notched two assists and six PIM in 10 playoff appearances for Charlotte while helping the team advance to the Eastern Conference Finals… Factored in on both Charlotte goals (1+1) in a 5-2 loss to Norfolk on 4/04… Missed 47 consecutive games due to injury before returning to action at Bridgeport on 3/16… Netted the overtime game-winner vs. Adirondack on 11/19… Scored his first goal as a Checker against Adirondack on 11/17… Tallied two assists against Bridgeport on 11/11… Recorded an assist in his Checkers debut at Springfield on 10/10, a 4-1 win… Began the season in the NHL with the Hurricanes, accompanying the team to Russia and Finland, but did not appear in either game against Minnesota at the 2010 NHL Premiere in Helsinki…

2009-10: Saw time in five NHL contests with the New York Rangers… Spent the majority of his second full season on the blueline for the Hartford Wolf Pack of the American Hockey League… Registered 38 points (9+29) in 61 games to lead all Hartford defensemen and rank 18th in scoring among AHL rearguards… Potted three of his nine goals on the power-play… Named to the PlanetUSA All-Star team for the second straight season… Posted another three-game point streak from 3/12 to 3/17, collecting four points (1+3) over that stretch… Tallied an assist in the 2010 AHL All-Star Game on 1/19, a 10-9 loss for the PlanetUSA All-Stars… Received his first-ever NHL recall from the Rangers on 11/27 and made his NHL debut later that night at Tampa Bay, recording one shot over 16:14 of ice time… Finished with a pair of assists at Lowell on 11/25… Scored twice and tacked on two assists in a 7-0 shutout win over Providence on 10/31, closing out the month of October with 13 points (3+10)… Had a three-game point streak (1+4) from 10/10 to 10/16… Recorded a point on all three Wolf Pack goals (1+2) in a 6-3 loss at Portland on 10/16… Opened the campaign with a two-assist effort at Binghamton on 10/03

2008-09: Had a breakout rookie season for Hartford which saw the first-year blueliner produce 42 points on six goals and 36 assists while appearing in all but two regular-season games… Led all Wolf Pack rookies and defensemen in points and finished fifth overall on the team in scoring... His 42 points also ranked third-most among all rookie defensemen and tied for 11th among all AHL blueliners… Tied for third in the league among all first-year players with 20 power-play assists… Represented Hartford at the 2009 AHL All-Star Classic… Added a team-high five points (1+4) in six playoff contests, ranking first on the team in postseason scoring… Posted a season-long four-game point streak (0+4) from 11/29 to 12/05… Netted the game-winner on the power-play and picked up an assist at Lake Erie on 11/16… Collected an assist in three straight games (0+3) from 11/01 to 11/08… Scored his first professional goal against Philadelphia on 10/24… Notched an assist in the season-opener against Springfield on 10/11

2007-08: Recorded one assist in six games with the Wolf Pack following the completion of his junior career… Was once again in the lineup for all five of Hartford’s first-round playoff matchups against Portland… Led all Ontario Hockey League defensemen in goals (29) and finished second in points (70) in 61 games for the Brampton Battalion… Compiled 16 multi-point games, including two five-point outings… Named to his third straight OHL All-Star Classic and had two goals in the All-Star Game… Contributed four points (1+3) in five postseason contests for Brampton… Notched an assist at Springfield on 4/11… Made his AHL season debut at Providence on 4/04… Finished with four points on two goals and two assists against Erie on 2/03… Tallied three assists vs. Plymouth on 1/27… Scored a career-best four goals, including two on the power-play, and added an assist for five points in a 7-1 victory against Mississauga on 11/11… Assisted on three goals at Mississauga on 10/12… Scored twice against Sudbury on 9/28… Recorded a season-high five points (2+3) in a 5-4 win at Niagara on 9/23… Netted seven goals through the first six games of the season… Opened the campaign on a four-game goal-scoring streak

2006-07: Made his American Hockey League debut with Hartford, recording three assists in five games… Remained with the Wolf Pack for their playoff run and was in the lineup for all seven postseason contests… Finished 10th in scoring among OHL defensemen with 53 points (23+30) in 67 games in his final season for the Owen Sound Attack… Scored 18 of his 23 goals on the power-play, leading all OHL blueliners and tying for 18th in the league in that category… Selected to the OHL All-Star Classic for the second straight year… Earned an assist in his professional postseason debut in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals against Providence on 4/18… Collected an assist in the regular season finale against Bridgeport on 4/13… Registered the first two points of his pro career with a pair of assists, including one on the game-winning goal, in a 5-1 win at Albany on 4/08… Made his pro debut in Hartford’s 7-4 win over Portland on 4/04… Tallied three assists vs. Barrie on 2/21… Had a three-game goal-scoring streak (4+1) from 11/03 to 11/08… Began the year on a season-long six-game point streak from 9/22 to 10/05, registering 12 points (7+5)… Netted two power-play goals and assisted on two others at London on 9/29… Notched three points in a 4-3 season-opening loss at Guelph on 9/22

2005-06: Played in all 68 games for Owen Sound... Scored 14 goals and added 51 assists for 65 points while averaging nearly a point-per-game… Ranked third among OHL defensemen in assists and finished fourth in points… Found the back of the net eight times on the power-play... Ranked 13th in the league with 37 power-play assists… Led the Attack in playoff scoring with 15 points (5+10), tying him for second-most among all defensemen… Closed out the regular season with a three-point (1+2) effort vs. Windsor on 3/18… Had three assists vs. Sarnia on 2/04… Scored two goals, including the game-winner, and picked up an assist in an 8-2 win at Saginaw on 11/26… Recorded three points (1+2) against Erie on 10/28… Converted twice on the power-play against Oshawa on 10/08… Collected at least one point in each of his first seven games, representing his longest point streak of the season… Totaled 10 points (3+7) over that stretch, including two game-winning goals

2004-05: Posted 24 points (4+20) to go along with a +16 on-ice rating in 67 games with the Attack… Finished his rookie season ranked second in scoring among team defensemen… Notched two of his four goals on the man-advantage… Collected two assists over five playoff appearances… Made his OHL playoff debut in Game 1 of Owen Sound’s first-round series against Plymouth on 3/25… Posted the first multi-point game of his career with two assists at London on 1/09… Had a three-game point streak (1+2) from 12/11 to 12/18… Netted his first career goal at Guelph on 11/26… Recorded his first point with an assist against Saginaw on 10/16… Made his OHL debut at Peterborough on 9/23

INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION: Helped the United States U-20 national team to a fourth-place finish at the 2008 World Junior Championship in Czech Republic… Finished the tournament with three points (1+2) in six international contests

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Regular Season Stats
2015-16 Regular Season Rochester Americans 40 7 8 15 -5 73 22 0 0 0 0.000
2014-15 Regular Season Utica Comets 61 16 24 40 24 138 16 1 1 1 1.000
2012-13 Regular Season Charlotte Checkers 36 6 15 21 1 99 16 0 1 0 0.000
2011-12 Regular Season Charlotte Checkers 60 10 40 50 -12 125 20 0 2 0 0.000
2010-11 Regular Season Charlotte Checkers 31 3 12 15 0 55 6 0 0 0 0.000
2009-10 Regular Season Hartford Wolf Pack 61 9 29 38 -9 108 22 0 0 0 0.000
2008-09 Regular Season Hartford Wolf Pack 78 6 36 42 -8 147 42 1 4 0 0.250
2007-08 Regular Season Hartford Wolf Pack 6 0 1 1 2 10 2 0 0 0 0.000
2006-07 Regular Season Hartford Wolf Pack 5 0 3 3 0 19 2 0 0 0 0.000
Playoff Stats
2015 Calder Cup Playoffs Utica Comets 23 3 11 14 4 64 6 0 0 0 0.000
2011 Calder Cup Playoffs Charlotte Checkers 10 0 2 2 -4 13 6 0 0 0 0.000
2009 Calder Cup Playoffs Hartford Wolf Pack 6 1 4 5 -1 18 6 0 0 0 0.000
2008 Calder Cup Playoffs Hartford Wolf Pack 5 0 0 0 -4 6 2 0 0 0 0.000
2007 Calder Cup Playoffs Hartford Wolf Pack 7 0 1 1 1 10 2 0 0 0 0.000