NHL Number 63 - Mike Ribeiro

Mike Ribeiro, the left-shooting center out of Montreal, would begin his NHL career with the Canadiens wearing number 71, but move on to excel with the Dallas Stars while wearing jersey number 63.

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Ribeiro was taken with the 45th overall pick in the 1998 NHL draft by the Montreal Canadiens. He would spend his first six NHL seasons with the Canadiens, the most productive of which was 2003-04 when he would score 65 points (20 goals and 45 assists).

Montreal traded Ribeiro to Dallas in September of 2006, which seemed to invigorate Ribeiro's offense. In his first season with Dallas, Ribeiro racked up 59 regular season points, setting his teammates up with goals 41 times. His second season with the Stars would be even more productive as he notched 83 points (27 goals and 56 assists).

Oddly enough, Ribeiro would have exactly 56 assists again in his third season with Dallas, this time paired with 22 goals.

Through four seasons with Dallas, and six with the Canadiens, Ribeiro has accumulated 426 points in 581 regular season games. He also has 25 points in 42 playoff games.

Did you know.....................Ribeiro led the NHL in shooting percentage during the 2007-08 season, with a 25.2% mark?
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NHL Number 62 - Paul Stastny

Paul Stastny wears number 26 now. But................he did wear number 62 when he first broke into the NHL with Colorado, because number 26 was already taken by John-Michael Lillies.

Stastny, the left-shooting center, who is the son of Hockey Hall of Famer Peter Stastny, played a full 82 regular season games with the Avalanche during 2006-07, after being drafted 44th overall by Colorado in the 2005 NHL draft. Stastny made an immediate impact in Denver while first wearing number 62, scoring 78 points as a rookie (28 goals and 50 assists).

Although Stastny's second year in the NHL was shortened due to having his appendix removed, he was still able to play in 66 regular season games. His points-per-game average went up that year, as he acheived 71 regular season points. His value on the ice was proven through his plus 22 rating, and four game-winning goals. Statsny would also get three points in the playoffs that season, including a game-winning goal.

The following NHL season was also a shortened one for Stastny, as his arm was fractured by being hit on a shot from Olli Jokinen. He finished the regular season with a stat line of 44 regular season games played and 36 points, 11 goals and 25 assists. Statsny would also sign a contract extension in late 2008, making him an Avalanche through the 2013-14 season.

The 2009-10 NHL season was a fairly healthy and productive one for Paul. He was able to play in a full slate of regular season games, as he had done as a rookie. His reputation as a playmaker was proven as he set his teammates up with goals 59 times, while scoring 20 of his own goals.

Through the 2009-10 season, Stastny has 264 points in 274 regular season games.

Did you know................that Paul Satstny set the Colorado Avalanche record for rookie scoring in 2007, but his father holds the franchise (Quebec Nordique) record overall?

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Number 35 Retired by Chicago

Congratulations to the best MLB athlete to ever wear the jersey number 35, and a classy guy, Frank Thomas, on having his number 35 retired by the Chicago White Sox!

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NHL Number 61 - Rick Nash

Rick Nash, the left-shooting left winger out of Brampton, Ontario, was the number 1 overall pick in the 2002 NHL draft, taken by the Columbus Blue Jackets.  Nash has worn the jersey number 61 since he entered the league in 2002 as an 18 year-old.
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Nash saw significant ice time at a relatively young age in the NHL, and was able to prove that he could play the game at the highest level.  He scored 39 points in 74 regular season games as a rookie with Columbus.  What would Nash do for an encore during his second year in the NHL, which began at age 19 for Rick?  Only lead the NHL in scoring with 41 goals, along with both Jarome Iginla and Ilya Kovalchuk.

Through his first seven NHL seasons, all spent with the Columbus Blue Jackets, Nash has scored 227 regular season goals and 422 points.  Excepting his rookie year, Nash hasn't scored less than 27 goals in any single season.

Did you know...............Nash played for HC Davos in Switzerland during the 2004-05 lockout?

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NHL Number 60 - Jose Theodore

Jose Theodore, the goalie out of Quebec who was drafted by the Montreal Canadiens with the 44th pick in the 1994 NHL draft, has worn the jersey number 60 in the NHL between the seasons of 1995-96 and 2009-10.

Theodore would break onto the NHL scene at age 19, playing in just one regular season NHL game.  The following season would see Theodore on the ice for 16 regular season games and two playoff games.  His ice time would steadily increase for the Canadiens over the next few seasons, going from 16 to 18 to 30 to 59 and then to 67 regular season games during Theodore's breakout campaign with Montreal.

Jose Theodore Signed Jersey Capitals Dark ReplicaThat season, 2001-02, Theodore would notch 30 wins for the Habs, leading the league in saves with 1,836 and save percentage with .931.  Theodore's performance that season would be good enough to win him both the Vezina Trophy and the Hart Memorial Trophy.

In March of 2006, Montreal traded Theodore to the Colorado Avalanche for David Aebischer.  Fighting through injury, Theodore would play a handful of regular season games with the Avalanche during the 2005-06 season, as well as providing the team with four wins in the playoffs.  His playing time was somewhat restricted in his first full season with the Avalanche as he was on the ice for merely 33 games, 13 of which he won.

Theodore was able to find his groove again in net for the Avalanche during 2007-08. He played in 53 regular season games for Colorado, winning 28 with a .910 save percentage a low 2.44 GAA.

Following the 2007-08 season, Jose signed as a free agent to play with Ovechkin and the Washington Capitals. He would make an immediate impact in D.C., as he would win 32 of 57 regular season games during the 2008-09 season, with an even .900 save percentage and 2.87 GAA in the regular season.
In 13 NHL seasons, Theodore has accumulated 245 wins in the regular season, with a career .908 save percentage and 2.68 GAA.

Did you know.........................Jose Theodore founded a charity to benefit the NICU at Children's National Medical Center in D.C. named Saves for Kids?

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NHL Number 59 - Chad LaRose

2009 /10 Upper Deck O Pee Chee Hockey Card # 119 Chad LaRose Hurricanes Mint Condition- Shipped In Protective ScrewDown Display Case!Chad LaRose, the right winger out of Fraser, Michigan, has played with the Carolina Hurricanes since he was signed as a free agent in 2003.

Over five seasons spent with the Hurricanes, 2005-06 through 2009-10, LaRose has racked up 113 points (65 assists and 48 goals) in 324 regular season NHL games.

Chad was a member of the Carolina Hurricanes squad that won the Stanley Cup for the 2005-06 campaign.

Did you know............that Chad set the record for most goals scored in a season for the Plymouth Whalers of the OHL?

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NHL Number 58 - Kris Letang

Kris Letang Signed Jersey Penguins Replica DarkKris Letang, the defenseman from Montreal, Quebec, has worn jersey number 58 in his first four NHL seasons.  He was taken in the third round of the 2005 NHL draft by the Pittsburgh Penguins, and saw his first NHL ice time during the 2006-07 season, albeit briefly (7 games).

Letang played in 63 regular season games his second year in the league, putting up 17 points with 6 goals (3 of them game-winners).  The following year would see him again score 3 game-winning regular season goals, this time out of 10 total, matched with 23 assists.

While his goal-scoring may have dipped a bit in 2009-10 (3 regular season goals), he continued to set up his teammates, notching a career-high 24 assists.  Kris would have 13 points (4 goals and 9 assists) during the playoffs that saw the Penguins win the 2008-09 Stanley Cup Championship.

Did you know.................Letang won the Emile Bouchard Trophy as the QMJHL's best defenseman in 2007?

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NHL Number 57 - David Perron

David Perron Autographed/Hand Signed 8x10 PhotoDavid Perron, the right-shooting left-winger hailing from Quebec, Canada, was drafted by the St. Louis Blues with the 27th overall pick in the 2007 NHL draft.  Perron wasted no time establishing himself as an offensive force in the NHL, scoring 27 points in 62 regular season games played.

In his sophomore campaign in the league, beginning at age 20 in 2008-09, Perron played a near full season (81 games), continuing his production as he notched 50 points.  His efforts would again pay off in 2009-10, as he racked up 47 regular season points.
Did you know............the name of the QMJHL team that Perron played for in 2006-07 is the Lewiston MAINEiacs?

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NHL Number 56 - Sergei Zubov

ZUBOV #56 Dallas Stars CCM 550 Series Replica NHL Hockey Jersey (NHLPA Certified Custom Sewn Authentic Twill)Sergei Zubov, the right-shooting defenseman hailing from Moscow, Russia, was drafted 85th overall by the New York Rangers in 1990.  Zubov made an immediate impact in the NHL, proving to be an elite assist-man.  In his first full season with New York, 1993-94, Zubov would rack up 77 assists and 89 points in 78 regular season games.

After spending three years with the Rangers, where he wore number 21, and a brief stint with the Penguins, Zubov landed with the team he is most identified with now, the Dallas Stars.

Zubov spent the remainder of his NHL career in Dallas, between the 1996-97 and 2008-09 seasons.  Over 16 campaigns in the NHL, Zubov accumulated 619 regular season assists, and 771 regular season points.  He has also recorded 117 post-season points.

Did you know.............Zubov won a Stanley Cup with both New York and Dallas?

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NHL Number 55 - Ed Jovanovski

Ed Jovanovski, the big, left-shooting defenseman who has worn the jersey number 55 his entire NHL career to-date, was taken with the number 1 overall pick in the 1994 NHL draft by the Florida Panthers.  Jovanovski was quick to make an impact in the league, beginning his outstanding career at age 19 during the 1995-96 NHL season.

That season would see Jovanovski score 21 points (10 of which were goals) in 70 regular season games played.  Jovanovski would be named to the NHL All-Rookie Team that year, along with assisting his team in reaching the Stanley Cup Finals (the Panthers fell to the Avalanche in four games), and would spend three and a half seasons with the team who drafted him.

In January of 1999, Jovanovski was traded by Florida to the Vancouver Canucks.  After spending a year and a half with the Canucks, Jovanovski was ready for his breakout campaign.  During the 2000-01 NHL season, he would score 47 points in 79 regular season games.  That season would also be the beginning of a four-season stretch where the Canucks would reach the playoffs with Jovanovski.

After six and a half seasons spent with Vancouver, spanning the lockout season, Jovanovski signed a free-agent deal with the Phoenix Coyotes in 2006.  Jovanovski has continued to produce offensively, and although his first year with the Coyotes saw an injury which limited him to 54 games, he has not scored less than 29 points in a single season with Phoenix, through the 2009-10 campaign.

Over 14 NHL seasons, Jovanovski has scored 467 points, 339 of which are assists.

Did you know..............Jovanovski was a runner-up for the Calder Memorial Trophy in 1996?

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NHL Number 54 - Paul Ranger

2009 /10 Upper Deck Hockey Card # 89 Paul Ranger Lightning Mint Condition - Shipped In Protective ScrewDown Display Case!Paul Ranger was drafted by the Tampa Bay Lightning with the 183rd pick in the 2002 NHL draft.  The left-shooting defenseman out of Oshawa, Ontario, saw his first ice-time with the Lightning during the 2005-06 NHL season, when he would play a near full slate of games (76), providing the team with 17 assists and 18 points during the regular season.

His point totals would jump to 28 and then 31 over the next two NHL seasons.  For his regular-season career, Ranger has scored 92 points (74 of them assists) in 270 games played.

Did you know..............Ranger played with the Springfield Falcons of the AHL during the 2004-05 lockout season?

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NHL Number 53 - Derek Morris

Derek Morris, the right-shooting defenseman out of Edmonton, Alberta, was taken 13th overall in the 1996 NHL entry draft by the Calgary Flames.  Morris burst onto the NHL season as a 19 year-old, playing a full 82 regular season games with the Calgary Flames over the 1997-98 season.  He would have 29 points in that first NHL season, 20 of which were assists.

2008 2009 Upper Deck Hockey Card # 403 Derek Morris Coyotes Mint Condition - Shipped In Protective ScrewDown Display Case!!Morris would continue to produce for the Flames in his first five NHL seasons, eventually being traded by Calgary to the Colorado Avalanche.  The Rocky Mountain air must have been good for Derek as he had his strongest season, statistically, to-date in the first year in Colorado.  He would accumulate 48 points in 75 regular season games, and also have a +/- of +16.

Unfortunately, his tenure with the Avalanche was brief, as he was traded to the Phoenix Coyotes in 2004.  Morris has continued to play well, through the 2009-10 season, spending time with the Rangers and Bruins in addition to the Coyotes once more.

Through 12 regular seasons in the NHL, Morris has 369 points, of which 289 are assists.

Did you know......................that Colorado selected Paul Stastny with pick it received from Phoenix as part of their trade for Morris?

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NHL Number 52 - Adam Foote

Adam Foote, drafted 22nd overall in the 1989 NHL entry draft by the Quebec Nordiques, has worn the jersey number 52 for his entire stellar NHL career.  The right-shooting defenseman found his way on NHL ice for the first time during the 1991-92 season.  The 1992-93 campaign would seem him play a full slate of games, racking up a +6 in the +/- column, to go along with almost three hours worth of penalties (168 minutes in total during the regular season).

Foote would play with the Nordiques/Avalanche franchise from age 20 to 32.  The 2005-06 campaign would see Foote pull on a Columbus Blue Jackets sweater, still with the number 52 on it however.  He would spend a brief two and a half years with Columbus, before heading "home" to the Colorado Avalanche during the 2007-08 season.

Adam has continued to play for the Avalanche through the 2009-10 season, his 18th in the NHL.
For his career, he has racked up 234 assists, with 300 points overall during his regular seasons.  He was a member of the Colorado Avalanche Stanley Cup Championship teams during the 1995-96 and 2000-01 seasons, and has 42 career playoff points.
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Did you know......................that Foote has captained both the Blue Jackets and the Avalanche?

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NHL Number 51 - Brian Campbell

Brian Campbell, the left-shooting defenseman hailing from Strathroy, Ontario, is the best NHL athlete to have worn jersey number 51.  Campbell has worn 51 for his entire NHL career, spent with the Sabres, Sharks and Blackhawks.

Campbell was drafted by the Buffalo Sabres in the 1997 NHL entry draft with the 156th pick.  He would see his first ice-time in the NHL not too long after, at age 20 during the 1999-00 campaign, when he would play in 12 regular season games, scoring five points.  More significant ice-time, on a consistent basis, would come during the 2002-03 season, when Campbell was able to play in 65 regular season games with Buffalo.

His strongest seasons, statistically, began with the 2005-06 campaign.  That season, Campbell would rack up 44 points in 79 games played (12 goals and 32 assists).  He would also support his team in the playoffs that season, providing them with six assists.

Campbell split the 2007-08 seasons with the Sabres and the San Jose Sharks (for whom he would play 20 games).  He wound up playing in 83 regular season games that season (with the change of teams), and he racked up a very healthy 54 assists.

He has continued to produce on the ice with the Chicago Blackhawks, helping them win the Stanley Cup Championship during the 2009-10 NHL season.

Did you know..................during the 2004-05 lockout, Campbell took his hockey game to Helsinki, Finland, where he played with Jokerit?

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NHL Number 50 - Chris Mason

2009 /10 Upper Deck Hockey Card # 101 Chris Mason Blues Mint Condition - Shipped In Protective ScrewDown Display Case!Chris Mason was taken by the New Jersey Devils with the 122nd overall pick in the 1995 NHL draft.  The goalie out of Red Deer, Alberta would never take to the NHL ice wearing a Devils sweater however.  He began covering the net at age 22 for the Nashville Predators during the 1998-99 season.

It wouldn't be until the 2003-04 season however, that Mason saw significant playing time in the NHL.  That campaign, Mason played in 17 regular season games, going a steady 4-4 in the win-loss column.  He would put up a strong .926 save percentage with a 2.18 goals-against-average.

Mason's playing time would go up again during the 2005-06 season, when he played in 23 games, winning 12 of them.  In fact, Mason's games played totals have gone up for each regular season through 2009-10.  His 2009-10 season, which saw him playing with the St. Louis Blues was one he should be proud of.  He won 30 of 61 regular season games, with a .913 save percentage.

Over his eight NHL seasons through 2009-10, Mason has won 115 regular season games with a .914 save percentage.

Did you know..............Mason is in the top 100 for career NHL goalie stats in six different categories, while ranking number 9 overall in career NHL save percentage (through '09-'10)?

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NHL Number 49 - Brian Savage

Brian Savage wore jersey number 49 for his entire stint in the NHL.  In fact, it was a little longer than a stint.  He played at the highest professional level of hockey for twelve years, for the Canadiens, Coyotes, Blues and Flyers.

Savage, a winger out of Ontario, was taken by the Montreal Canadiens with the 171st overall pick in the 1991 NHL Draft.  He would see his first ice-time as a Canadien during the 1993-94 season at age 22, when he played in three games.  The following NHL season would see Savage on the ice for 37 games and 19 points (12 of which were goals).  He would break out in his third year with the club, when he would net 25 goals.
For his NHL career, Savage would score 192 goals, matched with 167 assists, for a point-total of 359.

Did you know........................Brian Savage won a silver medal during the 1994 Winter Olympic games in Lillehammer?

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NHL Number 48 - Scott Young

Scott Young, a right winger who spent his NHL career with the Whalers, Penguins, Nordiques, Avalanche, Mighty Ducks, Blues and Stars, began his long professional hockey tenure wearing the numbers 27 and 34, but switched to 48 while with the Nordiques and continued to wear that jersey number throughout the large majority of his playing time.

Young, hailing from Massachusetts, was drafted 11th overall in the 1986 NHL draft by the nearby Hartford Whalers.  Young would begin playing his 17 season NHL career with that team in 1988.  He would play in only seven games as a rookie, at age 20, but would get his chance to play full-time in his sophomore campaign, and would make the most of it.  As a 21 year old, Young racked up 59 points in 76 games, during the 1988-89 season.

Although Young could certainly put the "biscuit in the basket" (scoring a regular-season career 342 goals), his real strength was setting up his teammates (415 regular-season career assists).
Young's NHL post-season career consisted of two Stanley Cups (one with the Penguins and one with the Avalanche), where he would accumulate 87 points in 141 games played.
Did you know...............Young won a silver medal as part of the U.S. Hockey Team during the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City?

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NHL Number 47 - Marc-Andre Bergeron

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Wearing sweater number 47 for four of the five NHL teams he's played with, Marc-Andre Bergeron is the best NHL athlete to ever wear the number.

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A defenseman who has played with the Oilers, Islanders, Ducks, Canadiens and Wild, Bergeron has racked up 194 points (119 of which are assists)  through the 2009-10 NHL season.  He also has 12 points in 43 NHL post-season games.  Pretty good for a defenseman.

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NHL Number 46 - Andrei Kostitsyn

Number 46 isn't the most popular of the NHL jersey numbers.  But.....of those who have worn the number 46 for the majority of their NHL stint, Andrei Kostitsyn is the best. 

Kostitsyn, hailing from Novopolotsk in the former USSR, was drafted tenth overall by the Montreal Canadiens in the 2003 NHL draft.  The left winger would break into the NHL at 20 years old during the 2005-06 campaign.

His rookie season was a brief one, as he was on the ice for only 12 regular season games.  He wouldn't see a ton of action the following season when he played in 22 regular season games, but he did score half as many points, 11, as regular season games played, with the majority being assists.

2007-08 would be Kostitsyn's breakout season.  He played in an almost full slate of NHL regular season games, 78, while scoring 53 points (26 goals and 27 assists).  In addition, he held a +15 for the regular season, and racked up 8 points in 12 post-season games. 

Through the 2009-10 season, over five NHL regular seasons (although only three full seasons on the ice), Kostitsyn has accumulated 67 goals and 74 assists for 141 points in 245 regular season games.  He also has 17 points in 35 post-season games.

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NHL Number 45 - Arron Asham

Arron Asham, having worn number 45 for the majority of his NHL tenure with the Canadiens, Flyers and Islanders (he wore 22 in his short time with the New Jersey Devils), is the best NHL athlete to have pulled on this sweater number.

Asham began playing in the NHL with the Montreal Canadiens during the 1998-99 season at age 20.  He wouldn't see his first NHL point until the following season however.  After being traded to the New York Islanders, Asham would get some significant playing time and come into his own, racking up 34 points.  That would begin a streak of seven consecutive seasons in which Asham would score double-digits. 

Did you know..............Asham scored four goals for the Flyers during the 2010 NHL playoffs?

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NHL Number 44 - Stephane Richer

Several NHL players were considered for this slot.  Among them, Dave Babych, Ron Dugay (who only wore 44 for part of his career), Chris Pronger (same as Dugay), and Kimmo Timonen.  A detailed look at the stats however, shows that Richer has to be the choice here.

Richer didn't wear number 44 for his entire NHL career, but he did for much of it.  He began playing in the NHL at 18 years of age during the 1984-85 season with the Montreal Canadiens, although he appeared in only one regular season game that year.  The following season would see Richer get his fair share of playing time, as he appeared in 65 regular season games.  Richer would prove his prowess in putting the puck in the back of the net, as he tallied 21 goals, to go with 16 assists for 37 points that season.

There would be no drop-off in Richer's production as he racked up 39 points in 57 games played the following season (20 goals and 19 assists).  Richer would continue to produce for the Habs, each year through 1990-91.

For his NHL career, he racked up 819 points in 1,054 games played.  His 421 goals easily ranks him within the top 100 NHL goal scorers all-time. 

Did you know..........Richer was the first Montreal Candien to score 50 goals since Guy LaFleur? 

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