Kyle Chipchura ()
DRAFTED: Selected by the Montreal Canadiens in the 1st round, 18th overall, in the 2004 NHL Entry Draft. 2011-12: Reassigned to Portland 10/14. 2010-11: Recorded two assists in 55 games with the Aneheim Ducks (NHL)… Both assists on 12/1/10… 2009-10 : Recorded six goals and six assists in 55 games with the Anaheim Ducks (NHL)… SHG and an assist on 4/11/10... 2008-09 : Recorded three assists in 13 games with the Montreal Canadiens (NHL)… Played 51 games for Hamilton (AHL) registering 14 goals and 21 assists… five-game point streak 11/29/08-12/7/08 (3-5-8). 2007-08 : Recorded four goals and seven assists in 36 games with the Montreal Canadiens (NHL) and played 39 games for Hamilton (AHL) registering 10 goals and 11 assists… Scored two goals in a three game span 10/20/07-10/26-07… Multi-point games on 11/17/07 and 12/01/07, recording two assists in each game… five-game point streak 2/19/08-2/27/08 (2-3-5) 2006-07 : Began rookie season with Hamilton (AHL), registering 12 goals and 27 assists... six-game point streak 2/3/07-2/16/07 (3-5-8). In 2005-06, was captain of the Price Albert Raiders (WHL) and led the team in scoring with 55 points (21-34-55), his 21 goals tied for first on the team and he posted 17 multipoint games en route to being named the team’s MVP ... Was Captain of the goal-medal winning 2006 Canadian World Junior Team ... Played for Team WHL in the 2004 CHL Canada/Russia Challenge ... Played for Team Canada at the 2004 IIHF Under-18 World Championship in Belarus and was an Alternate Captain ... Finished fifth on the Raiders in scoring with 48 points (15-33-48) while producing 10 multipoint games including two four-point outings (03-04) ... Was an alternate captain for Team Canada at the 2003 U-18 Junior World Cup in the Czech Republic and was a member of Team Alberta at the 2003 Canada Winter Games in Bathurst, N.B., and captured the gold medal.