Chris Durno (LW)
Acquired: Signed a one-year contract with the Lightning on July 25, 2010
Appeared in only 17 AHL games with Lake Erie in 2009-10 but had points in 12 of those games … Set NHL career highs in games played, goals, assists and points with Colorado in 2009-10 … Made Stanley Cup Playoff debut on 04/20/10 with Colorado vs. San Jose in Game 4 of the Western Conference Semifinals … Scored first NHL goal on 12/26/09 with Colorado vs. Dallas (Alex Auld) … Registered first NHL point with an assist on 11/18/09 with Colorado at Edmonton … Re-signed by Colorado on 07/06/09.
2008-09: Led Lake Erie (AHL) in goals, power play goals (7), power play points (15), penalty minutes (131) and was second on the team in points in 2008-09 … Made NHL debut on 01/18/09 with Colorado vs. Calgary … Signed as a free agent by Colorado on 07/03/08. 2007-08: Set AHL career highs in games played, goals and points with San Antonio in 2007-08 … Ranked second in goals and fourth in points with San Antonio in 2007-08. 2006-07: Traded to Nashville by Anaheim for Shane Endicott on 01/26/07 … Traded to Anaheim by Chicago with Matt Keith and Sebastien Caron in exchange for Bruno St. Jacques and Pierre Parenteau on 12/28/06 … Scored first Norfolk goal 11/01/06 versus Bridgeport (empty net) …Recorded his first point with Norfolk with an assist vs. Springfield on 10/13/06 … Made his Norfolk Admirals debut at Philadelphia on 10/06/06 … Signed a one-year contract with Chicago (NHL) on 09/25/06. 2005-06: Member of the 2005-06 AHL Western Conference Champion Milwaukee Admirals … Notched a hat trick (3g-1a) and was a +6 for Milwaukee vs. Manitoba on 02/17/06 … Scored first AHL goal 12/29/05 with Milwaukee at Chicago (Tuomas Tarkki) … Registered first AHL point with an assist for Milwaukee on 12/06/05 at Iowa … Made AHL debut on 12/02/05 with Milwaukee at Chicago. Collegiate Career: Four-year letterman at Michigan Tech University (1999-2000 – 2002-03) … Graduated with a BS in Business from Michigan Tech in 2003 … Earned the Elov Seger Memorial Award as Michigan Tech’s most improved player in 2000-01.