Philippe Dupuis ()
2012-13: Scored first goal for WBS and played in 400th pro game on Oct. 19 @ SPR.
2011-2012: Signed as a free agent by the NHL Toronto Maple Leafs, July 7, 2011... Made his Maple Leafs debut Oct. 6th vs. MTL…Skated with Toronto for 30 games, but acquired no points…Missed five games Dec. 22-31 due to an upper-body injury… Skated in his 100th NHL game Nov. 10th at STL…Assigned to the AHL Toronto Marlies January 3rd where he played 42 games, notching 15 goals and 16 assists…Went on to skate in the playoffs for 17 games, where he posted the most points for his team (14) and most assists (10)… Marlies finished as runner–up in the Calder Cup Finals.
2010-2011: In 74 games played with the Colorado Avalanche, Dupuis tallied six goals and 11 assists.
2009-2010: Skated with the Lake Erie Monsters for 68 games, accumulating 16 goals and 19 assists, acquiring the second most shots on goal of the team with 199 shots…Made his season NHL debut November 1st at Vancouver with the Colorado Avalanche…Recorded his first NHL point (assist) on November 4th vs. Phoenix…Went on to play four games with the Avalanche, scoring no more points.
2008-2009: In 67 games played with the Lake Erie Monsters, Dupuis scored 17 goals and 29 assists, making him first on the team with points…He also had the highest plus/minus rating of the team with a rating of plus-11 and was second on the team in goals…Made his NHL début with the Colorado Avalanche, appearing in eight games (no points).
2007-2008: Skated for the Syracuse Crunch for 29 games, netting seven goals and four assists…Was acquired by the Avalanche midway through the season (Jan. 22nd ) from the Columbus Blue Jackets…Skated with the AHL Lake Erie Monsters for 17 games, where he compiled five goals and three assists.
2006-2007: Made his professional debut with the AHL Syracuse Crunch, posting 11 goals and 11 assists in 51 games played…He also played with the ECHL Dayton Bombers for eight games, totaling three goals and two assists in the regular season….He went on to score six goals and nine assists in 19 games played in the playoffs.
OTHER: In 02-03 finished 3rd on the team, the Hull Olympiques, in goals (22), assists (34-tie) and points (56)…Helped the Hull Olympiques advance to the Memorial Cup Final in Quebec City…In 04-05 with the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies, Dupuis finished the regular season tying for first in points on the team (84), and second on the team with goals (34) and assists (50)…Also ranked second on the team in points (5+3), during their 10 playoff games played…In 05-06 he led the Moncton Wildcats in scoring with 108 points (32+76) in 56 games…Ranked third in the league in the playoffs that year with 32 points (14+18) in 19 playoff games….Moncton went on to win the QMJHL Championship and a berth in the 2006 Memorial Cup tournament.