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Chris Clark
Chris Clark
Right Wing
Number: 71
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 191
Shoots: Right
Born: Mar 8, 1976
Birthplace: South Windsor, CT, United States
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Acquired: From Washington with D Milan Jurcina in exchange for LW Jason Chimera on Dec. 28, 2009
Drafted: CGY / 1994 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 3rd (77th overall)


2008-09: Registered 1-5-6 and 32 penalty minutes in 32 games with Washington… Missed majority of the season due to a wrist injury… Had assists in back-to-back games Nov. 19-20 and Jan. 20-27… Added 1-0-1 and eight penalty minutes in eight playoff games… Made his Capitals playoff debut in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals vs. NY Rangers on Apr. 28…

2007-08: Collected 5-4-9, 43 penalty minutes and was “even” in 18 games with Washington… Missed majority of season due to ear and groin injuries… Scored two goals, including the game-winner, Oct. 24 vs. Tampa Bay… Had two assists Oct. 26 vs. Vancouver…

2006-07: Recorded 30-24-54 and 66 penalty minutes in 74 games with Washington… Named the 13th captain in Capitals history on Sept. 13… Set career highs in goals, assists, points and power play goals (9)… Ranked third on the club in goals, points and shots (164) and fourth in assists… Ranked eighth in the NHL in shooting percentage (18.3) and tied for fifth in shorthanded goals (4)… Had 2-6-8 during a six-game point streak to open the season Oct. 5-19… Played the 400th game of his NHL career Jan. 16 at Ottawa… Had two goals and was +3 Jan. 18 at Carolina… Scored a natural hat trick Mar. 15 at Boston… Notched 3-5-8 during a career high seven-game point streak Mar. 18-31… Named captain for Team USA at the World Championships… Scored two goals and added an assist in six games at the tournament…

2005-06: Tallied 20-19-39, 110 penalty minutes and was +9 in 78 games with Washington… Led the club in penalty minutes, was third on the club in goals and fifth in points… Had goals in three-straight games Nov. 17-22… Collected the 100th point of his NHL career Mar. 12 vs. Ottawa… Scored the first hat trick of his NHL career Mar. 18 vs. Florida (Roberto Luongo)… Notched 1-2-3 Apr. 3 at Carolina…

2004-05: Split the season between SC Bern (Swiss) and Storhamar (Norway)… Was scoreless with six penalty minutes in three games with SC Bern… Had 10-4-14, 86 penalty minutes and was +6 in 15 games for Storhamar… Added 4-4-8 and 14 penalty minutes in seven playoff games…

2003-04: Collected 10-15-25 and 106 penalty minutes in 82 games with Calgary… Played the 200th game of his NHL career Oct. 18 vs. Buffalo… Posted the first two-goal game of his career Feb. 1 vs. Anaheim… Scored the game-winning goal, added an assist and a fight for his second career “Gordie Howe hat trick” Mar. 7 at Colorado… Added 3-3-6 and 30 penalty minutes in 26 playoff games, helping the Flames reach the Stanley Cup Final… Made his Stanley Cup playoffs debut in Game 1 of the Western Conference Quarterfinals at Vancouver on Apr. 7… Recorded his first playoff goal and assist in Game 4 of the Western Conference Quarterfinals vs. Vancouver on Apr. 13… Scored a goal in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final vs. Tampa Bay on June 5…

2002-03: Had 10-12-22 and 126 penalty minutes in 81 games with Calgary… Tallied three multi-point games… Scored a goal, added an assist and a fight for his first “Gordie Howe hat trick” on Oct. 24 vs. Dallas…

2001-02: Notched 10-7-17 and 79 penalty minutes in 64 games with Calgary… Ranked fifth on the club in goals… Scored the game-winning goal and added an assist for the first multi-point game of his NHL career Jan. 8 at NY Islanders… Played the 100th game of his NHL career and added an assist on the game-winning goal Mar. 7 at Philadelphia… Had two goals and six penalty minutes in six games for Team USA at the World Championships…

2000-01: Tallied 5-1-6 and 38 penalty minutes in 29 games with Calgary… Scored the first goal of his NHL career Feb. 19 at Anaheim (Jean-Sebastian Giguere)… Collected 18-17-35, 131 penalty minutes and was +22 in 48 games with St. John (AHL)… Named the AHL plus/minus player of the month for January (+13)… Added 4-10-14 and 49 penalty minutes in 18 playoff games… Helped St. John win the Calder Cup…

1999-00: Registered 0-1-1 and 14 penalty minutes in 22 games with Calgary… Made his NHL debut Jan. 12 vs. Dallas… Had 16-17-33, 134 penalty minutes and was +11 in 48 games with St. John… Named to the PlanetUSA All-Star Team for the AHL All-Star Classic…

1998-99: Notched 13-27-40 and 123 penalty minutes in 48 games with Saint John… Added 2-4-6 and 15 penalty minutes in seven playoff games…

1997-98: Collected 18-21-39 and 106 penalty minutes for Clarkson (ECAC)… Named to the ECAC Second All-Star Team…

1996-97: Had 23-25-48 and 86 penalty minutes in 37 games for Clarkson… Led the league in penalty minutes and posted career highs in goals, assists and points…

1995-96: Tallied 10-8-18, 108 penalty minutes in 38 games…

1994-95: Notched 12-11-23 and 92 penalty minutes in 32 games with Clarkson.

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