Eric Manlow (LW)
DRAFTED: Originally Selected by the Chicago Blackhawks in the 2nd round, 50th overall, in the 1993 NHL Entry Draft. ACQUIRED: Signed as a Free Agent by the Hamilton Bulldogs on July 10, 2006. 2006-2007 HIGHLIGHTS: Posted his first point as a Bulldog, an assist, on Oct. 25 vs. Toronto (6-4 W) ... Played in his 500th career AHL game on Mar. 11 at Toronto (2-1 OTL) ... Played in his 800th career professional hockey game (IHL, ECHL, AHL, NHL) on Mar. 16 at Syracuse (5-4 OTW) ... Scored his first goal as a Bulldog on Mar. 23 vs. Albany (3-2 SOW) ... Tallied the game-tying goal in the third period and the overtime game and series-winner on May 14 in Game 6 of the North Division Final at Manitoba (3-2 OTW) ... Had the game-winning goal and an assist in Game 4 of the Calder Cup Final on June 6 vs. Hershey (6-2 W). CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: With Grand Rapids in 2005-06, ranked among the AHL leaders with 80 games played (T-1st), 48 assists (T-15th), 73 points (T-17th) and a plus-15 rating (T-19th) and registered professional career-highs in games played (80), goals (25) and points (73) ... Notched a team-high 21 goals and added 20 assists in 61 games with Grand Rapids, marking the first time in his career that he reached the 20-goal plateau with a single team (2004-05) ... Had a Grand Rapids team-high five-game goal streak, tied for the fifth-longest in the AHL from Dec. 7/05-Dec. 15/05 ... Finished his two seasons with Bridgeport as the fourth leading scorer in team history (2002-04) ... Led Bridgeport with 27 assists and tied for fourth with 35 points, despite playing in just 40 games (2003-04) ... Scored his first-career NHL goal with the New York Islanders on Nov. 10/02 vs. Dallas (Marty Turco) ... Recorded a career-high 62 penalty minutes with Bridgeport (2002-03) ... Led Providence with 35 assists and placed second with 48 points (2001-02) ... Made his NHL debut with Boston on Dec. 19/00 vs. Philadelphia ... Recorded his initial NHL point, an assist, on Dec. 21/00 against Toronto ... Paced Providence with 51 assists while ranking second with 67 points (2000-01) ... Tied the AHL season high by scoring six points in one game on Dec. 17/00 vs. Hamilton ... Recorded a nine-game point streak from Oct. 29/00-Nov. 19/00, including a one-goal and three-assist performance on Nov. 11/00 vs. Portland ... Led Providence in all scoring categories (6-7-13) in the 2001 Calder Cup playoffs ... In 1999-00, led Providence and tied for seventh in the AHL with 14 playoff points (6-8-14) ... Won the OHL championship with the Detroit Jr. Red Wings and led the OHLâ€™s Kitchener Rangers with 25 goals and 54 points despite playing only 44 games before his trade to Detroit (1994-95).