Chris Bourque (LW)
2014-15: Led the AHLâ€™s Hartford Wolf Pack in regular season points (66), goals (29) and assists (37), and finished fifth in AHL in points and tied for fifth in goalsâ€¦Finished with 60+ points in a season for the fifth time in his AHL careerâ€¦Set a new pro career high with his 29th goal of the season on April 18 at Albanyâ€¦Tied his pro career high with his 28th goal of the season on April 10 vs. Springfieldâ€¦Named a First-Team AHL All-Star on April 9, his second career First All-Star nodâ€¦Played in his 500th career AHL game on March 27 vs. Portlandâ€¦Co-winner of Turning Stone Casino Accuracy Shooting event in 2015 AHL All-Star Skills Competition on January 25 in Utica, breaking four targets in six attemptsâ€¦Named to the Eastern Conference squad for 2015 AHL All-Star Classic on January 6.
CAREER â€“ 2013-14: Signed with EHC Biel (Swiss-A) on November 29...Recorded 13 points (6-7-13) in 21 games. 2012-13: Led AHLâ€™s Providence Bruins in playoff points (14) and assists (nine)â€¦Finished regular season fourth among Providence skaters in assists (28)â€¦Appeared in 18 games with the NHLâ€™s Boston Bruins, recording four points (1-3-4). 2011-12: Led AHL in points (93) and assists (66), earning First-Team All-Star honorsâ€¦Participated in second career AHL All-Star Classic, skating for Eastern Conference team in 8-7 shootout loss to Western Conference in Atlantic City. 2010-11: Finished second among Lugano (Swiss-A) skaters in points (33), goals (14) and assists (19). 2009-10: Named AHL Playoff MVP, after tying for league postseason points lead (7-20-27) in capturing his third Calder Cup titleâ€¦Ranked third in regular-season assists (48) with the Bears, and finished fourth in points (70)â€¦Claimed off waivers by Washington from Pittsburgh on December 5. 2008-09: Won his second Calder Cup with Hershey, notching second-most playoff assists (16) and third-most points (21) on the squadâ€¦Finished second among Hershey skaters in regular-season assists (52) and third in points (73)â€¦Represented Planet USA in AHL All-Star Classic in Worcester, tallying two points (1-1-2)â€¦Notched his first NHL point with a goal for Washington on December 30 at Buffalo. 2007-08: Tied for the Bearsâ€™ playoff assist lead (three), after leading team in points (63) and ranking second in goals (28) during the regular seasonâ€¦Made NHL debut for Washington on November 6 at Altanta. 2006-07: Appeared in his second Calder Cup Finals with the Bears vs. Hamiltonâ€¦Had second-most regular-season assists (33) with the Bears, and finished fourth on team in points (58) and goals (25). 2005-06: Won his first Calder Cup with the Bearsâ€¦Was the top goal-scorer at the IIHF World Junior Championship (7-1-8). 2004-05: Earned Hockey East All-Rookie honorsâ€¦Posted two points (1-1-2) for Team USA in World Junior Championship.