Pat Dwyer (RW)
Albany River Rats
|Birth place:||Great Falls, MT|
2009-10: Attended the Carolina Hurricanes (NHL) training camp… Assigned to Albany 9/25/09.
2008-09: Completed his fourth professional season, his third with Albany (AHL), and saw his first NHL action, playing in 13 games with Carolina… Scored a career-high 24 goals and ranked fourth on the River Rats with 40 points (16 assists) in 62 games…Tallied one assist in the season opener vs. BRI (10/11)… Scored the game-winning goal, short-handed, vs. WOR (10/17)… Scored goals in consecutive games vs. HER (10/31) and at HAR (11/1)… Called up to Carolina and made his NHL debut vs. TOR (11/2)… Returned to Albany on 11/16/08 after playing seven games for the Hurricanes… Recalled by Carolina on 11/24/08 for his second NHL stint of the season… Scored his first career NHL goal at PHI (11/28)… Returned to Albany (AHL) on 12/5/08 after playing in five games for the Hurricanes… Took over wearing the captain’s “C” following Tim Conboy’s NHL Call-Up and registered a season-high four-point game (1 goal, 3 assists) in his 150th game played with Albany vs. NOR (12/5)… Played in his 250th career Pro game at WBS (12/6)… Scored his 50th career AHL goal and added two assists at MAN (12/12)… Recorded two assists vs. POR (12/14)… Scored the game-winning goal at BNG (12/31)… Tallied his 10th goal of the season vs. BRI (1/21)… Scored the shootout-winning goal in Round 3 vs. POR (2/7)… Played in his 250th career AHL game and had one assist at POR (2/10)… Recorded two assists vs. LOW (2/14)… Was given the captains “C” for the second time vs. NOR (3/1) and continued to wear it for the remainder of the season… Scored two goals, including an unassisted, shorthanded goal, at SPR (3/6)… Scored two goals, including the game-winner and was awarded an empty net shorthanded goal after being hauled down on a breakaway for the hat trick vs. SYR (3/9)… Netted two goals, including his second straight game-winning goal and his 150th career Pro point, vs. NOR (3/11)… Scored his 20th goal of the season vs. PHI (3/14)… Recorded a hat-trick at SYR (3/21)… Played in his 300th career Pro game and scored the game-winning goal, his 40th point of the season and his 150th career AHL point, vs. BNG (4/11).
Career Notes: Made his professional debut with the Gwinnett Gladiators (ECHL) following the conclusion of his senior (2004-05) season at Western Michigan... Had five assists in 14 games with Gwinnett... Had 16 goals in first season with Chicago (AHL) in 2005-06, one shy of the franchise record for a rookie… Signed with Carolina as a free agent in July 2006... Established an AHL career high with 79 games played during the 2006-07 season with Albany (AHL)… Scored his 100th career AHL point on 2/27/08... Played in his 200th career AHL game on 3/1/08... Was named Albany’s team captain on 3/12/08 and served as the River Rats’ captain during the playoffs... Agreed to a new one-year contract with Carolina on 7/14/08… Signed a new one-year contract with Carolina on 7/1/09.
College: Completed his four-year college career at Western Michigan (CCHA) with 101 points (45g, 56a) in 142 games...Was team captain as a senior for Western Michigan (NCAA) in 2004-05…Scored his 100th collegiate point on March 12th, 2005… Was CCHA Rookie of the Year and member of the CCHA All-Rookie Team as a freshman in 2001-02 at Western Michigan when he had 17 goals and 17 assists (34 points) in 38 games.
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|Regular Season Stats|
|2009-10 Regular Season||Albany River Rats||23||11||8||19||2||81||6||0||1||0||0.000|
|2008-09 Regular Season||Albany River Rats||62||24||16||40||3||178||29||1||4||1||0.250|
|2007-08 Regular Season||Albany River Rats||59||13||12||25||12||161||29||0||1||0||0.000|
|2006-07 Regular Season||Albany River Rats||79||16||25||41||-4||196||39||0||3||0||0.000|
|2005-06 Regular Season||Chicago Wolves||73||16||29||45||15||190||49||0||2||0||0.000|
|2008 Calder Cup Playoffs||Albany River Rats||7||0||2||2||0||15||0||0||0||0||0.000|
|2007 Calder Cup Playoffs||Albany River Rats||5||0||1||1||1||5||5||0||0||0||0.000|