Magnus Paajarvi (LW)
2014-15: (Postseason) Produced 4 points (3G, 1A), 13 shots and a +1 plus/minus rating in 5 Calder Cup Playoff games for Chicago (AHL) ... (Regular Season) Posted 1 assist in 10 games for St. Louis (NHL) ... Accumulated 29 points (11G, 18A) and a +3 plus/minus rating in 36 games for Chicago ... Led the Wolves with 0.81 points per game ... Registered five-game point streaks -- the second-longest of his pro career -- from Jan. 16 to Feb. 3 and April 1-10 ...
CAREER: Accrued 71 points (32G, 39A) and 46 penalty minutes in 228 career NHL games with Edmonton (2010-13) and St. Louis (2013-15) ... Set career highs in games played (80), goals (15), assists (19), points (34), penalty minutes (16), and shots (180) as a rookie with the Oilers in 2010-11 ... Achieved an NHL career high plus/minus rating (-1) and shooting percentage (12.0) in his third season with Edmonton in 2012-13 ... Has accumulated 45 points (11G, 34A) and 14 penalty minutes in 72 AHL games, all with Oklahoma City, spanning two seasons (2011-13) ... Contributed 11 points (2G, 9A) and two penalty minutes in 14 Calder Cup Playoff games with the Barons in 2012 ... Posted 49 points (20G, 29A) and 12 penalty minutes in 134 games with Timra IK in the Swedish Elite League from 2007-10 ... Potted one goal and handed out one helper in 23 playoff games with Timra IK spanning three postseason (2008-10) ... Recorded the most goals (12) in the SEL by a junior-aged player in 2009-10 ... Captured the silver medal with Team Sweden at the 2010-11 World Championship ... Named to the World Championship All-Star Team and a Top 3 Player on Team after posting the best plus/minus rating (+8) of the tournament and winning the bronze medal in 2009-10 ... Brought home a bronze medal from the 2009-10 U20 World Junior Championship and named a Top 3 Player on Team Sweden ... Captured back-to-back silver medals at the 2007-08 and 2008-09 U20 World Junior Championships ... Won a gold medal with Team Sweden at the 2007-08 Ivan Hlinka Memorial Tournament ... Selected by the Edmonton Oilers with their first selection (10th overall) in the 2009 NHL Entry Draft