Brad Larsen (LW)
2009-10: Registered his 200th career AHL point with a goal 1/29/10 vs. Bridgeport . . . named Pirates team captain for the 2009-10 season. 2008-09: Missed the entire 2008-09 season due to injury. 2007-08: Appeared in his 10th NHL season, his fifth with Atlantaâ€¦recorded 1-3=4 points in 62 games with the Thrashersâ€¦recorded his first point (assist) of the season, Oct. 18 vs. NYRâ€¦tallied his second assist, Nov. 3 @ TBâ€¦scored his first goal of the season, Nov. 19 vs. TBâ€¦earned a plus-or-even rating in 12 straight games from Dec. 14-Jan. 2, posting a +2 rating in that span. 2006-07: Appeared in 72 games with Atlantaâ€¦tied a career high with seven goalsâ€¦tied for second on the Thrashers with two SHGâ€¦had a career-high three-game point streak (2-1=3), Nov. 28-Dec. 2â€¦ played in his 200th career NHL game, Jan. 16 vs. LAâ€¦recorded two assists in four playoff games to share the team leadâ€¦recorded playoff career highs with 0-2=2 assists in Game 1 of the CQF, Apr. 12 vs. NYRâ€¦2005-06: Set career highs with seven goals, eight assists and 15 points in 62 games with the Thrashersâ€¦ranked second on the team with a career-best three SHGâ€¦played in his 100th career NHL game, Oct. 7 @ WSHâ€¦tied a career high with two-game assist streak (0-2=2), Dec. 13-15â€¦matched a career high with a two-game goal streak (3-0=3), Feb. 11-Mar. 1â€¦set a career high with two goals, including the GWG, Mar. 1 @ BUF. 2004-05: Set AHL career highs in goals (26), points (49) and games played (75)â€¦finished tied for second in points on the Wolvesâ€¦posted 12 multiple-point gamesâ€¦tied his AHL career high for goals with a hat trick, Oct. 27 vs. San Antonioâ€¦had a season-high five-game goal streak (7-0=7) from Jan. 23-Feb. 2, including his second hat trick of the season, Feb. 2 vs. Houstonâ€¦earned 4-7=11 points over the final 14 regular season gamesâ€¦appeared in 18 playoff games, helping Chicago advance to the Calder Cup Final. 2003-04: Split the season with Colorado, Hershey (AHL) and Atlantaâ€¦collected 2-2=4 points in 26 games with the Avalanche and 4-13=17 points in 21 games with Hersheyâ€¦appeared in six games with the Thrashers after being claimed on waivers, Feb. 25. 2002-03: Registered 0-3=3 assists in six games with Coloradoâ€¦tallied 3-6=9 points in 25 games with Hershey. 2001-02: Set a career high with 47 PIM with Coloradoâ€¦earned his first NHL point (assist), Oct. 23 vs. CARâ€¦scored his first NHL goal (Nabokov), Mar. 28 @ SJâ€¦collected 1-1=2 points in 21 playoff games with the Avalanche, advancing to Game 7 of the WCF. 2000-01: Split the season with Colorado and Hershey, recording 21-25=46 points in 67 games with the Bearsâ€¦recalled by Colorado on two occasions: Nov. 13 and Feb. 20â€¦recalled by Colorado for the Stanley Cup Playoffs, but did not playâ€¦ranked third on Hershey in assists and pointsâ€¦tied for second on the Bears in goalsâ€¦recorded a hat trick for Hershey, Dec. 30 at Philadelphia. 1999-00: Earned 13-26=39 points in 52 games with Hersheyâ€¦appeared in all 14 playoff games for the Bears, finishing second on the team in goals. 1998-99: Earned 3-4=7 points in 18 games with the Bears after missing 61 games with a torn abdominal muscle. 1997-98: Made his NHL debut with Colorado, Mar. 21 @ SJâ€¦recorded 12-10=22 points in 65 games with Hershey during his first professional seasonâ€¦Miscellaneous: Registered 105-144=249 points during his junior career with Swift Current (WHL) from 1993-97â€¦helped Team Canada capture the gold medal at the 1996 and 1997 World Junior Championshipsâ€¦served as team captain in 1997.