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Sergei Fedorov
Sergei Fedorov
(SAIR-gay FEH-duh-rahf)
Number: 91
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 207
Shoots: Left
Born: Dec 13, 1969
Birthplace: Pskov, Russia
Acquired: Acquired with a fifth round draft pick from Anaheim in exchange for C Tyler Wright and D Francois Beauchemin on Nov. 15, 2005.
Drafted: DET / 1989 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 4th (74th overall)
2005-06: Alternate Captain Registered 12-32-44 with 66 PIM and was -2 in 67 games this season, including 12-31-43 with 64 PIM and was -1 in 62 games with the Blue Jackets Ranked second on the club in assists, third in shorthanded goals (1-tied) and shots (160), fourth in points and fifth in goals and ice time (21:01, which led all forwards) Acquired with a fifth round pick in 2006 Entry Draft from Anaheim in exchange for D Francois Beauchemin and C Tyler Wright on Nov. 15 Collected 11-35-36 in his final 41 games, including 4-4-8 in his last five Scored his 14th career overtime goal on Apr. 18 vs. Dallas to tie Toronto's Mats Sundin for the all-time NHL lead Became the first Russian-born and trained player (and 205th overall) to play in 1,000 NHL games on Nov. 30 at Minnesota Scored a goal on Mar. 11 vs. Edmonton to pass Pavel Bure (437) and move into second place on the all-time NHL goals list among Russian-born players (Alexander Mogilny, 473) Had a season-high six-game point streak from Jan. 5-14 (3-8-11) Tallied 0-4-4 on Jan. 8 at Phoenix, recording the 600th assist of his career The game was the fourth time in his career he had 0-4-4 and first since Dec. 12, 1995 at Montreal (with Detroit) Made his Blue Jackets debut on Nov. 16 vs. St. Louis... Picked up his first point with 0-1-1 on Nov. 18 at Dallas and his first goal Dec. 8 vs. NY Islanders Ranks 12th among active players and 56th-T overall in points in NHL history with 443-620-1,063 in 1,055 games Missed two games due to a back injury (Mar. 17-19) Missed 13 games due to a groin injury (from Oct. 10-Nov. 12 with Anaheim) Games lost to injury: 15 Multi-point (goal) games: 8 (0) Most Points: 4 - Jan. 8 at Phoenix (0-4-4) Most Goals: 1 (12x) - April 18 vs. Dallas Most Assists: 4 - Jan. 8 at Phoenix Most PIM: 4 (11x) - Mar. 28 vs. San Jose, most recent Most Shots: 6 (4x) - Apr. 18 vs. Dallas.

CAREER: Helped Detroit win Stanley Cup Championships in 1997, 1998 and 2002 Has six All-Star appearances (1992, 1994, 1996, 2001, 2002 and 2003) Won the Hart Memorial Trophy (League MVP) in 1994 Won the Frank J. Selke Trophy as the League's best defensive forward in 1994 and 1996 Since entering the League in 1990-91, no NHL player has recorded more playoff assists and only Joe Sakic has recorded more points (178) Ranks third among forwards since the 1990-91 season with a career plus/minus rating of +269 Among Detroit's all-time leaders in games (908), goals (400), assists (554) and points (954) Is the all-time leader in games played (1,055), points (1,063), and assists (620) amongst players born and trained in the former USSR Ranks ninth amongst active players in points and T-55th in NHL history 2004-05: Did Not Play - NHL Season Cancelled 2003-2004: Appeared in his 14th NHL season, his first with Anaheim Led the team in goals (31), assists (34) points (65), game-winning goals (6) and shorthanded goals (2) and tied for first in power play goals Had a team-high seven-game point streak Mar. 14-25 (6-3-9) Scored the 13th overtime goal of his career Mar. 16 at Phoenix Scored two goals, including the game-winner and had an assist Feb. 29 vs. Los Angeles Had a six-game point streak Feb. 4-18 (3-5-8) Had 0-2-2 Feb. 14 at Vancouver to become the first Russian player, the fifth European and the 67th all-time to earn 1,000 career NHL points Tallied a season-high four points (1-3-4) Feb. 1 at Calgary 2002-03: Led Detroit in points with 36-47-83 in 80 games... Led the team in assists, game-winning goals (11) and shots (281), while ranking second in goals (Brett Hull - 37) Ranked second in game-winning goals and tied for 12th in goals in the NHL Scored his 400th career NHL goal on Apr. 6 at Chicago Appeared in his 900th career NHL game on Mar. 22 at St. Louis Had a hat trick and an assist, including the game-winning goal on Mar. 7 vs. St. Louis Had a 10-game point streak Feb. 8-Mar. 2 (4-12-16) Earned his 900th NHL point Dec. 17 at NY Islanders Had a three-game point streak, including three consecutive game-winning goals Nov. 12-16 (3-2-5) Led the Red Wings in playoff points with 1-2-3 points in four games 2001-02: Finished second on the team in points, goals and game-wining goals (6) Finished third in assists and power play goals (10) Team was 4-0-0-0 when he scored two goals in a single game Notched a four-point game Mar. 17 at NY Rangers (1-3-4) Earned his 500th career assist on Mar. 16 at Boston Had back-to-back two-goal games Feb. 9 at Ottawa and Feb. 11 at Montreal Had a five-game goal streak Oct. 13-24 (5-1-6) Appeared in all 23 of Detroit's postseason games Finished T-2nd in playoff points (19) en route to his third Stanley Cup Championship Won a Bronze Medal with Team Russia at the 2002 Winter Olympic Games in Salt Lake City, Utah 2000-01: Led Detroit in goals Finished second on the club in power play assists (23) and power play points (37) Was second on the team with seven game-winning goals and added two shorthanded goals Notched his 800th career NHL point with an assist Mar. 22 vs. Minnesota Appeared in his 700th NHL game on Dec. 2 at Tampa Bay Missed six games with a broken nose Feb. 25-Mar.10 Earned his fourth career hat trick on Nov. 22 vs. Boston Played in all six playoff games for the Red Wings Finished second in Red Wings playoff scoring (2-5-7) 1999-00: Finished T-third in the NHL and T-first on the Red Wings in shorthanded goals (4) Was second on the club in game-winning goals (7) and fourth in points Tallied five assists on game-winners Scored his 300th career NHL goal on Mar. 29 vs. Vancouver Earned his 700th career NHL point (assist) Mar. 16 vs. Toronto Scored his 400th career NHL assist on Oct. 7 at Atlanta Led the Red Wings in playoff goals and points and was T-first in assists 1998-99: Club was 20-2-3 when he scored a goal and 21-27-4 when he did not Finished second on the club in points Appeared in his 600th career NHL game Apr. 7 vs. Vancouver (1-1-2) Had a team and career-high 11-game point streak Mar. 19-Apr. 9 (7-10-13) Scored 1-8-9 points in 10 playoff games Had at least one point in each of the four games (sweep) vs. Anaheim in the first round (1-5-6) 1997-98: Played 21 of the final 23 regular season games after agreeing to terms of a new contract Won his second Stanley Cup Led Detroit in goals and points during the postseason Scored the game-wining goal at 15:09 of the third period in Detroit's 2-1 win at Washington in Game 3 of the Finals Netted a goal in the series-deciding Game 6 of the Western Conference Finals vs. Dallas Tallied 5-3-8 points in first round vs. Phoenix 1996-97: Ranked among team leaders in points (third) and goals (second) Had a season-high six-game point streak Dec. 22-Jan. 5 (8-5-13) Set a career high with five goals Dec. 26 vs. Washington (third career hat trick) Won first of back-to-back Stanley Cups Led the Red Wings in points, assists and game-wining goals (4) in the postseason 1995-96: Finished first on the team in points, goals and assists as well as finishing second in the NHL in game-wining goals (11) and plus/minus rating (+49) Ranked eighth in the NHL in points Had two 10-game point streaks during the regular season Feb. 10-29 (5-8-13) and Nov. 2-28 (6-10-16) Was T-first on the team in playoff scoring 1994-95: Was second on the club in goals, assists, and points, while ranking first in shorthanded goals (3) and T-first in game-winning goals (5) Notched his 400th career NHL point with a goal on Mar. 25 at Vancouver Scored four goals on Feb. 12 vs. Los Angeles (second career hat trick, with the first three coming in succession for a "natural" hat trick) Led the NHL in playoff points and assists 1993-94: Was the first European player to win the Hart Trophy as the League's Most Valuable Player Won the Selke Trophy as the League's best defensive forward Was also awarded the Lester B. Pearson Award as outstanding performer voted by the NHLPA Named Player of the Year by the Hockey News, Sporting News and Hockey Digest Set career highs in goals and points Led Red Wings players in playoff points and assists Ranked second in the League in points, third in goals, second in plus/minus rating (+48) and second in game-winning goals (10) Scored his 50th goal on Mar. 15 vs. Vancouver Appeared in his 300th NHL game on Mar. 17 vs. NY Islanders Notched his first career NHL hat trick on Mar. 1 vs. Calgary Earned his 200th NHL assist on Jan. 19 vs. Anaheim Scored his 100th career NHL goal Oct. 9 at Los Angeles 1992-93: Ranked third on the club in points, T-third in goals and fourth in assists Finished tied for the team lead in plus/minus rating (+33) Netted a shorthanded goal on Dec. 27 at Chicago for his 200th NHL point Finished second on the club in playoff assist and points 1991-92: Finished as the runner-up to Guy Carbonneau for the Selke Trophy (NHL's top defensive forward), despite more first-place votes in the total-points balloting system Tallied 5-5-10 points in 11 postseason games Led the team in playoff points 1990-91: Finished as runner-up for the Calder Trophy (Rookie of the Year - Ed Belfour won the award) Was named to the NHL All-Rookie Team Led NHL rookies in goals, assists, points, game-winning goals (11) and shots (259) Finished second on the team in goals, assists and points Made his NHL debut and had a power play goal Oct. 4 at New Jersey OTHER: Has appeared in six NHL All-Star Games (1992, 1994, 1996, 2001, 2002 and 2003) Has twice won medals with Team Russia at the Olympics, earning a bronze in 2002 and a silver in 1998 Helped the Soviet national team win gold medals in 1989 and 1990 at the World Championships Appeared in four seasons with the Central Red Army team (1986-90) Tallied 41-33-74 in 169 games Originally went to Detroit in July of 1990 after playing for the Soviet Union in the Goodwill Games in Seattle, Wash.

PERSONAL: Single Hobbies: Golf, Boating, Tennis, Travel, Music Sergei Makarov is the player he most admired growing up Active with charities through the Sergei Fedorov Foundation, providing millions to children's hospitals in both Michigan and Russia Has provided financial support to college students with scholarships, summer employment, support groups, interaction with other Fedorov Scholars and career counseling Provided $125,000 in hockey equipment to needy children in Moscow With former Red Army goaltender Vladislav Tretiak, Fedorov sent a dialysis machine to Morozov's Children Hospital in Moscow Lists playing with the Russian Five (Fedorov, Igor Larionov, Slava Kozlov, Vladimir Konstantinov, Slava Fetisov) with the Detroit Red Wings as his greatest hockey memory.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Detroit's fourth pick, 74th overall, in 1989 Entry Draft... Signed by Anaheim as a free agent on July 19, 2003 Acquired by Columbus with a fifth round draft pick from Anaheim in exchange for Francois Beauchemin and Tyler Wright on Nov. 15, 2005.
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