Brent Raedeke (C)
Grand Rapids Griffins
2011-12: Bested his AHL rookie season numbers in goals (11), assists (10), points (21) and penalty minutes (33) in 64 contests with the Griffinsâ€¦Ranked among team leaders with 11 goals (T10th), one shorthanded goal (T2nd), two shorthanded points (T2nd) and a 0.102 shooting percentage (9th)â€¦Recorded a career-high three points (2-1â€”3), 12/28/11 at Lake Erie, in a stretch that saw him record six points (3-3â€”6) in five contests, 12/16/11-12/30/11â€¦Matched his career best with two late-season three-game point streaks, notching three points (2-1â€”3) in three games from 3/30/12-4/1/12 and recording three assists from 4/13/12-4/15/12.
2010-11: Served as a â€œblack aceâ€ with Detroit during round one of the 2011 Stanley Cup Playoffsâ€¦Notched 13 points (8-5â€”13) in 67 games during first full professional season with Grand Rapidsâ€¦Scored his first two professional goals in his seventh game, 10/24/10 at Torontoâ€¦Recorded a second two-point game (1-1â€”2) and earned First Star honors, 3/13/11 at San Antonioâ€¦Registered a season-best two-game point streak, 2/4/11-2/5/11.
2009-10: Helped host Brandon reach the 2010 Memorial Cup Finals, where it lost to Windsorâ€¦Led the Wheat Kings to the WHL Eastern Conference finals and finished among the teamâ€™s playoff leaders with five goals (4th), seven assists (T6th), 12 points (T4th) and a plus-4 rating (T3rd)â€¦Began his final WHL season with Edmonton, finishing among the teamâ€™s leaders with 16 goals (4th), 15 assists (7th), 31 points (5th), 60 penalty minutes (T6th) and a plus-4 rating (T1st) despite appearing in just 39 gamesâ€¦Was traded to Brandon mid-season, tallying 25 points (7-18â€”25) and 35 PIM in 33 contestsâ€¦Set personal bests with a combined 23 goals, 56 points, 95 PIM and 72 games played (tied).
2008-09: Made his Griffins debut, 4/3/09 at Hamilton, and appeared in two games for Grand Rapids upon the conclusion of his WHL seasonâ€¦Logged 70 games with Edmonton and ranked among team leaders with 19 goals (T3rd), a career-high 36 assists (T2nd), 55 points (T3rd) and 80 PIM (4th)â€¦Tied for the team lead with two points (1-1â€”2) in four playoff contests with the Oil Kings.
2007-08: Set a personal high by playing in 72 games for Edmonton during his rookie WHL campaign, ranking among the teamâ€™s leaders with 15 goals (T4th), 16 assists (T6th) and 31 points (T5th).