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Craig Conroy
Craig Conroy
Number: 24
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 193
Shoots: Right
Born: 4 Sep 1971
Birthplace: Potsdam, NY, United States
Acquired: Traded from Los Angeles for Jamie Lundmark and two draft picks on Jan.29/07 DRAFTED: MTL - 7th round, 123rd overall, in the 1990 Entry Draft
Drafted: MTL / 1990 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 6th (123rd overall)

Registered one assist in the home opening game on Oct.1 ... added an assist and a fight (vs. Gagner) on Oct.3 ... added a pair of assists on Oct.20 ... passed Doug Gilmour for 19th place on the Flames all time scoring list with an assist on Oct.28 giving him 296 career points as a Flame ... missed Dec.9-11 with an injury ... earned his 300th point (with an assist) with the Flames on Dec.28 ... scored his first goal of the season, game winner against former team (LA) on Dec.30 ... injured on Jan.2 and placed on IR ... taken off IR on Jan.12 after missing five games ... first game back (Mar.7) since being injured on Jan.25 ... scored his third goal on Mar.15 ... named as the Flames nominee for the Bill Masterton Award


2008-09:Finished 5th in team scoring with 48 points (12G, 36A) … finished 1st on team in plus/minus with +20 … scored his first goal of the season on Oct.14 COL 4 @ CGY 5 ... had a season high 3 points (2G,1A) on Nov.6 NSH 6 @ CGY 7 ... registered three assists on Nov.25 LA 2 @ CGY 6 ... registered his 500th career point with an assist on the game winning goal with 24 seconds remaining on Jan.3 CGY 3 @ NSH 2 ... registered a pair of assists and was a team high +3 on Jan.28 BUF 2 @ CGY 5 ... played in his 900th career game on Feb.11 CGY 2 @ ANA 3 ... scored the goal that Jarome Iginla assisted on to break the all time franchise point record at 831 on March 1 TB 8 @ CGY 

2007-08: Played in 79 games scoring 12 goals and 22 assists along with 71 penalty minutes … T-3rd in game winning goals (4) … recorded five multi-point games ... registered his first multi-point game of the season with a pair of assists on Nov. 20 COL 1 @ CGY 4 ... registered his 300th career assist on Dec. 18 CGY 3 @ CLB 1 … had a season high three assists on Dec. 29 ANA 3 @ CGY 5 ... scored the game winning goal, and was 12/17(71%) in the face-off circle on Mar. 20 COL 1 @ CGY 2, and was named as the game’s First Star for the first time this season … PLAYOFFS: played in all seven playoff games registering two assists and eight penalty minutes and averaging 16:42 in ice time … 2006-07: played 52 games with LA before being reacquired by the Flames and finishing the last 28 games with Calgary … Flames were 4-1-1-0 when scoring … had 5 MP games … scored two goals in his first game since being reacquired by the Flames, and set a season high in goals (2), points (2), and shots (4) on Jan.30 LA 1 @ CGY 4, and was named the games second star ... registered his second multi-point game as a Flame with two assists on Feb.13 ATL 1 @ CGY 4 ... had a season high three points (1G, 2A) on Feb.15 COL 7 @ CGY 5 ... tied a season high in goals (2) and points (3) on Mar.6 CGY 4 @ STL 2 and was named as the games 2nd star ... PLAYOFFS: played in all six games vs. DET … scored one goal (T-2nd) and added an assist along with 8 PIMs …

2005-06: Led the Kings with 20 multi-point games (the Kings were 15-5-0 in the 20 contests) … collected 20 or more goals for the third time in four seasons and surpassed the 60-point plateau for the second time in his career … finished second on the Kings with 66 points (22-44=66) and 44 assists and third on the club with 22 goals … also tied for second on the club with three shorthanded goals and tied for fourth on the club with three game-winning goals … his plus-13 rating ranked fourth on the Kings … led the Kings with 42 takeaways and finished second on the team with a 51.2 percent face-off winning percentage … named NHL Offensive Player of the Week for the week ending on Oct.23 with seven points (2G, 5A) in three games ... collected four points (1G, 3A) and the game-winning goal at Colorado on Oct.19 ... had a four-game scoring streak (2-5=7 during the streak) that lasted from Oct.25 – Nov.2 ... finished November with 14 points (7G, 7A) and a plus-13 rating in 14 games ... collected a career high five points (3G, 2A), recorded his second career NHL hat trick and finished with a plus-4 rating at Columbus on Nov.13 ... had 14 points (4-10=14) in 14 December games ... had a team-best 12-game scoring streak that lasted from Dec.17-Jan.12 (6-14=20 during the streak) ... collected his 400th NHL point with an assist vs. Nashville on Mar.25 … 2004-05: Represented Team USA at the World Cup of Hockey appearing in two games …

2003-04: Completed his third full season with Calgary and finished second on the Flames in scoring with 47 points (8G, 39A) … led the Flames with 39 assists and was fifth on the club with a plus-13 rating … was second to Jarome Iginla in ice time among all Flames forwards averaging 19:12/game … recorded his 300th NHL point with an assist vs. Vancouver on Nov.29 ... played in his 600th NHL game at Detroit on Mar.16 ...missed 19 games with a knee injury sustained vs. Minnesota on Dec.5 … returned to the lineup on Jan.17 and picked up 36 points (7G, 29A) in the Flames final 38 regular season games … PLAYOFFS: played in all 26 post-season games for the Flames, who advanced to the Stanley Cup Finals before losing to the Tampa Bay Lightning in seven games … finished second on the Flames and fifth in overall NHL playoff scoring with 17 points (6G, 11A)…ranked second on the Flames and third overall in the playoffs with a plus-12 rating …

2002-03: Appeared in his ninth NHL season posting his second highest career point total (59) … first on the team in assists (37), second in points (59) and third in goals (22) … scored 30 points (12G, 18A) at home and 29 points (10G, 19A) on the road … posted 40 points (17G, 23A) at even strength, 18 points (5G, 13A) on the PP and one SH assist … Flames were 11-6-3-0 when scoring a goal … posted 13 multiple point games including two multiple goal games and five multiple assist games - Flames were 8-4-1-0 for MP games, 2-0-0-0 for MG games and 4-1-0-0 for MA games … assisted on all three of Iginla's goals on Feb. 7 at EDM ... scored two goals and added an assist on Jan. 20 vs. EDM …

2001-02: Set new career highs in points (75), goals (27) and assists (48) … finished tied for 12th in the NHL in points (75) and tied for 9th in assists (48) … had the greatest point improvement of all NHL players from previous season (+43) … was 2nd on the Flames with 75 points, 1st in assists (48), 2nd in goals (27) and 2nd in +/- (+24) … posted 48 points (18G, 30A) at even strength, 24 points (7G, 17A) on the PP and three points (2G, 1A) while SH … scored 38 points (15G, 23A) at home and 37 points (12G, 25A) … Flames were 11-5-5-2 when scoring a goal … posted 21 multiple point games-Flames were 11-4-5-1 during these games, recorded four multiple goal games-team was 1-0-3-0 for these games and notched 12 multiple assist games-Flames were 7-3-2-0 for MA games … posted his 40th assist of the season on Mar. 13 at FLA ... scored his 20th goal of the season, added three assists and went +4 on Mar. 4 at NYR ... scored a goal and added an assist for his 50th point of the season (first time in his career) on Feb. 12 at PHX ... named a co-captain along with Bob Boughner on Feb. 4 ... matched a career high for goals in a season with his 14th (also his 200th NHL career point) while also assisting the game-winner on Jan. 3 vs. BUF ... posted two assists, including an assist on the game-winner, on Oct. 10 at DET - his second assist was his 100th assist of his career …

2000-01: Played in his seventh NHL season and his first with the Calgary Flames … split the season between Calgary and STL scoring seven points (3G, 4A) in 14 games with the Flames and 25 points (11G, 14A) in 69 games with the Blues … finished sixth on the team in points (23), first in short-handed goals (4–three with STL, one with Calgary) and tied for fourth in plus/minus (+4) … never missed a game during the season playing in 83 games (69 with STL and 14 with Calgary) … scored 15 points (5G, 10A) at home and 17 points (9G, 8A) on the road … recorded 25 points (10G, 15A) at even strength, three assists on the power play and scored four short-handed goals … Flames were unbeaten (2-0-0-0) when scoring a goal … scored two goals on Apr. 4 at CHI … scored his first goal as a Flame on Mar. 25 at CHI (SH) … posted his first point/assist as a Flame on Mar. 14 at CLB … one of only two Blues’ to play in the club’s first 69 games before being acquired by Calgary … was acquired by the Flames from STL on Mar. 13 … averaged 18:08 minutes of ice-time per-game …

1999-00: Played in his 300th NHL career game on Apr. 1 … recorded his 100th point as a member of the Blues on Oct. 16 against TOR … averaged 14:48 minutes of ice-time per-game … 1998-99: Finished second on the team in plus/minus (+14) … finished sixth in voting for the Selke Trophy … played in his 200th NHL career game on Jan. 30 against CGY … scored a career high three goals (also his first career hat trick) on Feb. 26 at CGY … posted a career high three assists on Dec. 19 vs. LA … averaged 16:39 minutes of ice-time per-game …

1997-98: Was a finalist for the Selke Trophy as the league’s top defensive forward … was a career high +20 and posted a career high 43 points … played in his 100th NHL career game on Nov. 27 against Los Angeles … recorded a career high four points on Jan. 31 vs. Dallas …

1996-97: Traded to STL by MTL with Pierre Turgeon and Rory Fitzpatrick for Murray Baron, Shayne Corson and a 5th round choice in the 1997 Entry Draft on Oct. 29 … posted his first NHL career assist on Jan. 5 at new Jersey … tallied a career high 15 penalty minutes on Feb. 10 vs. PHX …

1995-96: Played in his second professional season splitting time between Montreal and Fredericton … scored 69 points (31G, 38A) in 67 games in the AHL …

1994-95: Posted his first NHL career goal/point on Feb. 16 at NYR … played in his first NHL career game on Feb. 15 at Hartford … made his professional debut splitting the season between Montreal (NHL) and Fredericton (AHL) … scored one goal in six games with MTL and 44 points (26G, 18A) in 55 games in the AHL … also appeared in 11 playoff games with Fredericton scoring 10 points (7G, 3A) and six penalty minutes.

Represented the United States at: 2006 Winter Olympic Games (6 GP, 1-4=5); 2004 World Cup of Hockey (2 GP, 0-0=0).

Played four seasons in the ECAC with the Clarkson Knights posting 164 points (63G, 101A) and 132 penalty minutes in 140 games … 1993-94: Named to the ECAC First All-Star Team after posting a league high 66 points (26G, 40A) and 46 penalty minutes with Clarkson … also posted a league high 40 assists … named to the NCAA First All-American Team and to the NCAA Final Four All-Tournament Team … helped lead the Knights to a 13-5-4 record … 1992-93: Scored 33 points (10G, 23A) in 35 games … 1991-92: In his second season at Clarkson, Craig posted 36 points (19G, 17A) in 31 games … 1990-91: Made his debut in the ECAC recording 29 points (8G, 21A) in 40 games with Clarkson