Jesse Boulerice ()
2009-10: Tied an AHL career high with seven points (4+3) in 54 games played… finished second on Wilkes-Barre/Scranton with 124 penalty minutes.
2008-09: Began his 11th pro season with the Lake Erie Monsters (AHL), posting seven points (4+3) and 97 penalty minutes in 41 games... Claimed off waivers by Edmonton on November 11 and appeared in two NHL games, going scoreless… Placed on waivers and re-claimed by Colorado on November 21, and was reassigned to Lake Erie.
2007-08: Split time with the Philadelphia Phantoms (AHL) and Philadelphia Flyers… Appeared in five NHL contests, going scoreless with 29 penalty minutes… Appeared in 36 games with the Phantoms, posting six points (2+4) and 101 penalty minutes.
2006-07: Appeared in 16 games with Albany (AHL), posting seven points (4+3) and 36 penalty minutes.
2005-06: Registered 51 penalty minutes in 26 NHL contests with Carolina… Was traded to St. Louis on January 3… Appeared in one game with Lowell (AHL), posting two assists… Appeared in 12 NHL contests with St. Louis, going scoreless with 13 penalty minutes.
2004-05: Did not play.
2003-04: Spent the entire season with Carolina, posting seven points (6+1) and a team-leading 127 penalty minutes in 76 games.
2002-03: Appeared in 48 games with Carolina, recording three points (2+1) and 108 penalty minutes… Finished second on the Hurricanes in penalty minutes.
2001-02: Appeared in 41 games with the Philadelphia Phantoms (AHL), posting seven points (2+5) and 204 penalty minutes… Made his NHL debut with the Philadelphia Flyers on October 6 vs. Columbus, going scoreless and even… Appeared in three NHL contests with the Flyers, posting five penalty minutes.
2000-01: Spent the entire season with Philadelphia (AHL), posting seven points (3+4) and finishing second on the team with 256 penalty minutes.
1999-00: Split the season with Philadelphia (AHL) and Trenton (ECHL)… recorded seven points (3+4) and 85 penalty minutes with the Phantoms, and seven points (3+4) and 85 penalty minutes with the Titans.
1998-99: Made his AHL debut with Philadelphia (AHL), appearing in 24 games and registering three points (1+2), along with 82 penalty minutes.