Dustin Boyd (C)
2008-09 Highlights: Assigned to the Quad Cities on Oct. 8th.
2007-08 Highlights: Assigned to the Quad Cities on Oct. 2nd after attending Calgaryâ€™s Training Campâ€¦Scored the first goal in franchise history on Oct. 6th vs. Rockford. Boyd was named 2nd Star in the winâ€¦Was the Flames nominee for Rbk/AHL Player of the Week (Nov. 5th through 11th). Boyd recorded four points (all assists) in three games during the weekâ€¦Recalled to the Calgary Flames on Nov. 21st.
Career Highlights: Won the 2003-04 WHL East Division Regular Season Championship as a member of the 2003-04 Moose Jaw Warriorsâ€¦Selected by the Calgary Flames in the 3rd Round (98th Overall) of the 2004 NHL Entry Draftâ€¦Captured a gold medal as a member of Team Canada at the 2006 World Junior Hockey Championship. Boyd recorded six points (four goals and two assists) during six appearances at the tournamentâ€¦Was a member of the 2005-06 Moose Jaw team that won the East Division Championship during the regular season and reached the WHL Playoff Championshipâ€¦Was a member of the Western Hockey League (WHL) East First All-Star Team at the conclusion of the 2005-06 seasonâ€¦Was a member of the 2006-07 Omaha team that recorded the best record in the AHLâ€™s Western Conferenceâ€¦Tied for the team leading in scoring with 60 points (28 goals and 32 assists) for the 2006-07 Omaha Ak-Sar-Ben Knightsâ€¦Tied for eighth amongst AHL Rookie in scoring (60 points on 28 goals and 32 assists) in 2006-07â€¦Tied for third amongst AHL rookies and led Omaha in power-play goals with 15 in 2006-07â€¦Ranked fourth amongst AHL rookies in shooting percentage (.185) in 2006-07â€¦Was ranked as the 34th best prospect in hockey and the second best prospect in the Calgary organization by the 2007 edition of The Hockey News Future Watchâ€¦Made his NHL debut on Nov. 1st, 2006 at Detroit.