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Jean-Guy Trudel (LW)

Peoria Rivermen

Name: Jean-Guy Trudel
Number: 19
Position: LW
Shoots: L
Height: 6-0
Weight: 202
Birthdate: 1975-10-10
Birth place: Sudbury, ON


LAST SEASON: Tallied 50-plus points for the fourth consecutive season with Ambri-Piotta in Switzerland… Led the team in points (53) and goals (27)… CAREER: 2005-06: Finished tied for the team lead in scoring with 59 points and led the club with 35 assists… Tied for the team lead with four playoff goals… 2004-05: Led Ambri in goals with 24 and finished second on the team in points with 57… Also led the club with 105 minutes in penalties… 2003-04: Led Ambri in goals (30), assists (38), and points (68)… Also led all three categories in the post-season (4-4-8)… 2002-03: Won the Calder Cup as a member of the Houston Aeros… Led the Aeros in scoring with 31 goals, 54 assists, and 85 points… His 85 points was second in the AHL behind Steve Maltais’ 86… Was named a first-team AHL All-Star… Recorded three consecutive multiple-point games 10-18 through 10-20… Registered four points in a game three times… Had a season-high four assists in one game 12-26 @ SAN… Finished the regular season with a seven-game point scoring streak (3-6-9), his longest of the year… Played in one game with the Minnesota Wild, recording no points and 2 PIMs… 2001-02: Named second-team AHL All-Star… Led Springfield in assists (48) and points (70)… Notched four points on 11-21 vs. Norfolk (2-2-4) and 2-1 against Bridgeport (3-1-4)… Had a pair of six-game point scoring streaks from 2-19 through 2-28 and 3-6 through 3-16… Saw action in three games with the Phoenix Coyotes… 2000-01: Named first-team AHL All-Star… Finished second in league scoring with 99 points (34-65-99)… Had a seven-game point scoring streak from 10-14 through 11-3 (1-6-7)… Dropped a hat trick on Hamilton 11/26… Notched a whopping five assists against Portland on 12/22 in 6-4 win… Scored another hat trick on 1-6 at Providence… Had a seven-game point scoring streak from 2-25 through 3-11 (5-9-14)… Recorded his third hat trick of the season against Hartford, including the overtime game-winner in 5-4 decision… Scored two goals in a game back-to-back on 2-25 and 2-28… Had four assists against Hamilton 3-31… 1999-00: Named second-team AHL All-Star… Had four five-game point scoring streaks… Scored a goal and an assist @ Providence 12-29, added a goal and four assists versus Providence on 12-30, and then dropped a hat trick on Hartford New Year’s Day for a three-game total of five goals and 10 points… Led Springfield in goals (34) and points (73)… 1998-99: Had five three-game point scoring streaks with Kansas City in the IHL… Scored twice against Manitoba on 12-31… Had a goal and two assists in Chicago 3-7… Posted three assists against Orlando on 4-3 in 4-1 win… 1997-98: Finished second in ECHL scoring with 113 points (39-74-113)… Kicked off the year with a nine-game point scoring streak (9-17-26), including four four-point games on 10-17, 10-25, 10-31, and 11-2… Would also manage two eight-game point scoring streaks and two six-game point scoring streaks during the season… Notched 10 four-point games during the season, or one every 6.2 contests… 1996-97: Turned pro and saw action in 18 games in the IHL with Chicago and San Antonio, plus played 37 games in Peoria and five with the Quad City Mallards of the then-Colonial Hockey League… Had an 11-game point scoring streak 11-13 through 12-20, notching 10-8-18 along the way… Also had a seven-game and two five-game point scoring streaks…

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2007-08 Regular Season Peoria Rivermen 78 23 44 67 -4 237 56 4 9 1 0.444