Columbus Blue Jackets
San Jose Sharks
Raffi Torres
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RaffiTorres
POSITION: Left Wing
HEIGHT: 6' 0"
SHOOTS: Left
WEIGHT: 215
BIRTHDATE: 10/08/1981
AGE: 32
BIRTHPLACE: Toronto, ON, CAN
DRAFTED: NYI: 2000-5 overall
• Enters second season with Blue Jackets; led team and was 20th in the NHL in game-winning goals (6).
• Closed the 2008-09 season with 10-4-14 the final 27 games after recording 2-3-5 his first 23 games of the season.
2008-09: Registered 12-8-20, 23 penalty minutes and was -4 in 51 games with Columbus… Led the team and ranked tied for 20th in the NHL in game-winning goals… Injured during a preseason game Sept. 29 vs. Chicago and missed the first 10 games of season… Made his Blue Jackets debut Nov. 1 vs. Chicago and had a game-high 10 hits… Collected 0-2-2 Nov. 5 vs. Edmonton… Scored his first goal as a Blue Jacket, the game-winner, Nov. 29 vs. Washington… Tallied a point in back-to-back games (1-1-2) Nov. 28-29… Missed 19 games Dec. 4-Jan. 13 due to injury… Registered points in back-to-back games Feb. 10-13… Scored the game-winner Feb. 26 at Edmonton… Recorded 1-1-2 Mar. 3 vs. Los Angeles… Lit the lamp with the game-winning goal Mar. 10 vs. Boston… Also had the game-winning goal Mar. 13 at Chicago… Notched a two-goal game, including the game-winner, Mar. 21 at Florida… Scored the game-winner Mar. 31 vs. Nashville… PLAYOFFS: Added 0-2-2 in four playoff games… Tallied 0-2-2 in Game 4 of the Western Conference Quarterfinals vs. Detroit on Apr. 23… Games lost to injury: 29… Multi-point (goal) games: 3 (1)… Most Points: 2 (3x) – Mar. 21 at Florida, most recent… Most Goals: 2 – Mar. 21 at Florida… Most Assists: 2 – Nov. 5 vs. Edmonton… Most PIM: 5 – Feb. 26 at Edmonton… Most Shots: 4 (3x) – Apr. 8 at Chicago, most recent.

CAREER: 2007-08: Registered 5-6-11 and 36 penalty minutes in 32 games with Edmonton… Tied a single-game career high with two goals Oct. 18 at Phoenix… Tied a single-game career high with 0-3-3 Oct. 25 vs. Minnesota… Fired a career high 10 shots on goal Nov. 7 at Colorado… Played the 300th game of his NHL career Nov. 28 at Colorado… Had 2-2-4 during a four-game point streak Nov. 28-Dec. 3… Had his streak of 215-consecutive games played come to an end when he was a healthy scratch Dec. 7 vs. St. Louis… Missed 49 games due to a knee injury suffered Dec. 15 at Detroit… Underwent surgery to repair knee injury on Jan. 18 and missed the remainder of the season… 2006-07: Scored 15-19-34 and 88 penalty minutes in 82 games with Edmonton… Set a career high in assists… Was one of three Oilers to play in all 82 games… Was third on the club in hits (114), ranked fifth in goals and penalty minutes and was sixth in assists and points… Played the 200th game of his NHL career Oct. 21 vs. Detroit… Recorded the 100th point of his NHL career Dec. 19 vs. Colorado… 2005-06: Collected 27-14-41, 50 penalty minutes and was +4 in 82 games with Edmonton… Was one of three Oilers to play in all 82 games… Was second on the club in goals, third in hits (110) and sixth in points… Set career highs in goals and points… Had 5-4-9 during a career high six-game scoring streak Oct. 25-Nov. 4… Tied a single-game career high with 0-3-3 Nov. 4 at St. Louis… Added 4-7-11 and 16 penalty minutes in 22 playoff games, helping the Oilers reach the Stanley Cup Final… Was fifth in the NHL in playoff hits (47)… 2004-05: Notched 21-25-46, 165 penalty minutes and was +4 in 67 games with Edmonton (AHL)… Led the team in points (tied), was second in goals, assists and power play goals (8), while ranking third in penalty minutes and shots on goal (173)… Became the first Road Runner to register a hat trick when he scored a team record four goals Nov. 24 vs. Milwaukee… Three of the four goals came in the third period, establishing a franchise record for most goals in a period… 2003-04: Registered 20-14-34, 65 penalty minutes and was +12 in 80 games with Edmonton… Set a career high in plus/minus rating… Ranked second on the club in goals, third in power play goals (5) and fifth in points… Scored the first goal of his NHL career and added an assist Oct. 9 vs. San Jose (Evgeni Nabokov)… Represented Oilers and scored a goal at NHL YoungStars Game during All-Star Weekend Feb. 7 at Xcel Energy Center in Minnesota… 2002-03: Recorded 0-5-5 and 10 penalty minutes in 17 games with NY Islanders… Combined to score 18-22-40 and 68 penalty minutes in 60 games with Bridgeport and Hamilton (AHL)… Netted his first career AHL hat trick Jan. 30 vs. Worcester… Added 6-1-7 and 29 penalty minutes in 23 playoff games, helping Hamilton reach the Calder Cup Finals… 2001-02: Recorded 0-1-1, six penalty minutes and was +2 in 14 games with NY Islanders… Made his NHL debut Nov. 24 vs. Anaheim… Tallied first career NHL point with an assist (Mark Parrish goal) Jan. 3 vs. Pittsburgh… Registered 20-10-30 and 45 penalty minutes in 59 games with Bridgeport (AHL)… Was sixth on the club in goals… Added 8-9-17 and 26 penalty minutes in 20 playoff games… Was fourth on the club in playoff points, helping the Sound Tigers advance to the Calder Cup Finals… Scored the game-winning goal in Game 7 of the AHL Eastern Conference Finals vs. Hamilton… 2000-01: Tallied 33-37-70, 76 penalty minutes and was +16 in 55 games with Brampton (OHL)… Was named to the OHL Second All-Star Team… Added 7-4-11 and 19 penalty minutes in eight playoff games… Notched 3-2-5 in seven games for Team Canada at the World Championships… Tallied the bronze medal winning goal in Canada’s 2-1 overtime win against Sweden… 1999-00: Notched 43-48-91, 40 penalty minutes and was +6 in 68 games with Brampton (AHL)… Set career highs in goals, assists, points and games played… Named to the OHL Second All-Star Team… Played in the CHL Top Prospects Game… Added 5-2-7 and 23 penalty minutes in six playoff games… 1998-99: Collected 35-27-62 and 32 penalty minutes in 62 games with Brampton… Was named to the OHL All-Rookie Team.