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Daymond Langkow
Daymond Langkow
Centre
(LANG-koh)
Number: 22
Height: 5' 10"
Weight: 181
Shoots: Left
Born: 27 Sep 1976
Birthplace: Edmonton, AB, Canada
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Acquired: From PHX for Denis Gauthier and Oleg Saprykin on Aug. 26, 2004 DRAFTED: TB - 1st round, 5th overall, in 1995 Entry Draft
Drafted: TBL / 1995 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 1st (5th overall)
2010-11 HIGHLIGHTS:

Sustained a neck injury on Mar.21, 2010 - and started practising with the team as of Mar.16, 2011 ... made his return on Apr.1 playing 14:56, had one assist on the game tying goal, had one shot, two hits and one takeaway

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

2009-10:
Scored his first goal of the season on Oct.8 ... picked up his first multi-point game of the season with a pair of assists on Oct.24 ... scored the game tying goal with the goalie pulled on Nov.4 ... scored his 250th NHL goal on Nov.7 ... scored a short-handed game winnning goal and added an assist on Nov.21 ... had a goal and assist against his former team (PHX) on Nov.25 ... scored the game winning goal on Dec.5 ... scored his 10th goal on Dec.15 ... tied a career high with three assists on Jan.2 ... playing his 1000th career game on Feb.6 vs. his former team (TB) ... neck injury sustained on Mar.21

2008-09:
Earned his first multi-point game of the season with a pair of assist on Oct.14 COL 4 @ CGY 5 ... scored his first goal of the season on Oct.18 CGY 2 @ EDM 3 ... scored the game winning goal on Nov.20 CGY 1 @ COL 0 ... had a goal and an assist in his 900th career game on Dec.17 CGY 3 @ MIN 2 (OT) ... scored the game tying goal on Jan.3 CGY 3 @ NSH 2 ... registered his first multi-goal game of the season on Jan.6 SJ 2 @ CGY 5, and now has points in five straight games ... registered his first three point game (1+2) on Jan.8 NYI 2 @ CGY 5, and has a team high seven game point streak (6+6) ... registered his 10th multi-point game of the season with a goal (game tying) and an assist on Jan.15 CGY 3 @ SJ 2 ... sustained a hand injury on Feb.17 VAN 4 @ CGY 3 (SO) ... returned on Mar.10 CGY 2 @ NJ 3 after missing 10 games with a hand injury ... earned his 600th career point with an assist on Mar.23 DET 3 @ CGY 5

2007-08: Finished 2nd on the team in goals (30), 3rd in points (65), and 5th in assists (35) which was his second best offensive output of his career … registered his first multi-goal game of the season with two PPGs on Oct.4 PHI 3 @ CGY 2 ... had back-to-back two goal games when he netted two third period goals on Oct.6 VAN 4 @ CGY 3 (OT) - he is the only Flame to ever score two goals in each of the first two games of the season ... had his fourth multi-point game of the season, scored his 200th career goal, and his 500th career point, scored the game winning goal, had a Gordie Howe hat-trick as he fought Dustin Brown on Oct.18 LA 3 @ CGY 4, and was named as the games 1st star ... he has scored two goals in each of his first three home games ... registered his 300th career assists on Oct.20 EDM 1 @ CGY 4 ... played in his 800th career game and had a pair of assists on Oct.30 NSH 1 @ CGY 5 ... was runner-up for Flames Molson Cup for the month of October (donating $500 to Kids Cancer Care Foundation of Alberta) … registered his first hat-trick as a Flame, and scored the game winning goal on Jan.18 LA 1 @ CGY 6 ... scored his 25th goal of the season on Feb.24 CGY 2 @ MIN 1... scored his 30th goal of the season on Apr.3 CGY 1 @ MIN 3 … finished 4th in the Molson Cup three-star standings … PLAYOFFS: finished T-2nd on the team in goals (3), 2nd in power play goals (2), and T-3rd in points (5) while averaging 18:21 in ice time.

2006-07: Playing in his second season with the Flames, posted new career highs in points (77), goals (33), and assists (44) … selected as Calgary’s Masterton Trophy nominee … had 18 MP games … Flames were 20-6-3-1 when scoring ... registered 1+1 on Oct. 14 @ TOR (OTL 5-4) ... led the Flames in shots with 7 on Oct.19 @ BOS (L 3-2) ... hit the post on a penalty shot (Joseph) and added two assists on Oct.24 vs. PHX (W 6-1), was named the games 1st star ... scored one goal and added two assists, tied for the led in shots with 5, tied for the led with +2 on Nov.3 @ CLB (L/SO 5-4), and was named the games 1st star ... scored the game winning goal on Nov.10 vs. ANA (W 3-0) ... scored the game winning goal, led all Flames in shots with 5 on Nov.14 vs. STL (W 3-0) ... had a nine game points streak from Nov.22 – Dec.12 (3g, 10a) … had a six game assist streak from Nov.28 - Dec.12 (2g, 7a) … registered an assist on the game tying goal on Dec.1 vs. CLB (W 2-1) ... scored the game winning goal and added an assist, led all Flames with a +3 on Dec.5 vs. CAR (W 3-0) , and was named the games 3rd star ... scored one goal and added an assist on Dec.12 vs. MIN (W 5-2), and was named the games 3rd star ... had his highest offensive output of the season with one goal and three assists on Dec.16 @ PHX (W 6-3), and was named the games 2nd star ... had his second consecutive game with 1+1 on Dec.12 vs. LA (W 6-4) ... scored the game winning goal on Jan.9 vs. MIN (W 3-0) ... had a four point night (2+2), including a short handed game winning goal on Jan.11 @ COL (W 7-3), and was named the games 2nd star ...scored two goals (both on the power play) for the 2nd time this season on Feb.13 vs. ATL (W 4-1), and was named as the games 1st star ... tied a season high with two goals on 2/24/07 vs. SJ (W 7-4), and was named as the games 3rd star ... scored the game winning goal on Mar.3 @ EDM (W 4-2) ... set a new career high with 28 goals on Mar.12 vs. STL (W 5-4) ... reached the 30 goal and the 70 point plateau for the first time in his career with a goal on Mar.20 vs. DET (W 2-1) ... scored a goal and added two assists for his third three point game of the season on Mar.31 @ VAN (W 3-2), and was named as the games 1st star ... PLAYOFFS: played in all six games vs. DET, and tied for the team lead in goals (2) and points (4) … had his first multi-point game of the 2007 playoffs with a pair of power play goals (including the game winning goal) on Apr.19 vs. DET (W 3-2), and was named as the games 2nd star

2005-06: Competed in his first season with the Flames posting 59 points (25g, 34a)...1st on team in assists, 2nd in goals, 2nd in points, 3rd in PP goals (11), T-1st in GW goals (7), T-1st in MP games (15) and 3rd in shots (171)...Has collected at least 50 points in each of the last six seasons...Flames were 17-5-1 when scoring...Notched 15 MP games – Flames were 13-2-0...Recorded 29 points on the PP and two SH assists...Set a new Flames record for the fastest goal at the start of a period (0:05) and added two assists on Apr. 11 vs. ANA...Played in his 700th NHL career game on Apr. 3 vs. DET...Scored a goal and added a PP assist (assist was his 400th NHL career point) on Mar 19 at MIN...Scored a goal, added an assist and went +3 on Jan. 14 at MIN...Scored two PP goals on Dec. 31 vs. EDM...Posted a four game assist streak from Oct. 26-Nov. 1 (6a)...Scored the GW goal and his first assist with the Flames on Oct. 7 at CLB...Scored his first goal/point (Roloson) as a Flame in his first game with team on Oct. 5 at MIN...Averaged 18:06 of ice-time … PLAYOFFS: Played in all seven games vs. ANA scoring six points (1g, 5a) while averaging 19:41 of ice-time...T-2nd on team in points, T-1st in +/- (+4), 1st in assists and 2nd in shots (18)...Scored points in each of the first five games...Assisted the OT winner in GM1, posted a SH assist in GM2, scored the opening goal on the PP in GM3, notched an assist in GM4 and two assists in GM5 (one PP and one on the GW goal) Has collected at least 50 points in each of the last six seasons … in his three seasons as a Coyote, played in 243 of 246 possible games…

2004-05
: Did not play due to NHL work stoppage

2003-04: In his 9th NHL season, played in 81 games for PHX, registering 52 points (21g, 31a) and 40 PIMs … ranked 2nd among Coyotes forwards in average ice-time (21:07) … finished T-2nd on team in points, +/- (+4) and GWG (2); 3rd in goals (21) and assists (31); 2nd in shots (174) and shooting % (12.1) … led team in faceoffs taken (1472) … had 12 MP games … played in his 600th NHL game vs. NYI on Feb. 13 … registered a four-game point streak (2-3-5), Jan. 24-31 … played in his 200th career game as a Coyote (1g, 1a) at DAL on Jan. 2 … recorded 1g, 1a (GWG), including 200th NHL assist on Dec. 10 vs. DAL … posted a six-game assist streak (1g, 8a, +7) from Nov. 8-19, the longest by a Coyote during the season … recorded season high three assists and +4 on Nov. 19 vs. STL … served as team’s assistant captain all season … only missed one game on season due to birth of his child (Colton) on Feb. 16 at STL…

2002-03: Led entire NHL in total faceoffs taken (1,972) … led all Coyotes forwards in average TOI (20:59) … led team in +/- (+20), a new career high … led Coyotes in SHG and SH points (2g, 1a) … finished 4th on team in goals, assists and points … one of only three Coyotes to play in all 82 games … the Coyotes were 23-8-5-2 when he registered a point (11-3-2-0 with a goal) … served as team’s assistant captain for season’s last four weeks … registered his 300th NHL point on Apr. 2 vs. VAN … only Coyotes player to record a hat trick in ’02-03 at EDM on Jan. 24 … played in his 500th NHL game (2g, 1a, 100th NHL goal, GWG in OT) on Dec. 30 vs. EDM … 2001-02 - led Coyotes in assists, points, SH points, MP games (18), takeaways and faceoffs taken; 2nd in goals; T-3rd in PPG; and 3rd in PP assists (12) and +/- (+18) … set career highs in goals and points ... collected 32 points (14g, 18a) and +14 in his last 27 GP … ranked T-4th in NHL in SH points (3-2-5) … led Coyotes forwards in average TOI (19:10) … T-11th in NHL in takeaways among forwards … the Coyotes were 24-6-5-2 when he registered a point (16-3-1-1 with a goal) … six-game point streak (3-5-8) from Mar. 15-24 … runner-up for NHL Player of the Month for February (8 GP, 5g, 7a=12 pts, +6); T-1st in NHL for most points during the month … missed two games with fractured toe … posted his 200th NHL point on Nov. 23 at MIN … played in his 400th NHL game on Nov. 13 vs. EDM … 1st career hat trick (1st points as a Coyote) on Oct. 13 vs. WSH … PLAYOFFS: played 1st playoff game as a Coyote at SJ on Apr. 17 … led Coyotes in faceoff win % (53.3) and average ice-time among forwards (21:05) … scored 1st playoff goal as a Coyote at SJ on Apr. 20 …

2000-01: Led PHI in takeaways (63); 2nd in assists; and 4th in points, shots (190) and average ice-time among forwards (18:37) … set career high in assists ... missed game vs. CGY on Mar. 8 ending his 227 consecutive games played streak (tied for NHL’s 5th longest active streak at that time) ... missed 11 games with foot fracture ... nine-game point streak (2-7-9) from Feb. 1-22 … six-game point/assist streak (2g, 11a) from Dec. 13-27 ... notched his 100th NHL assist on Dec. 27 at FLA ... set season high in single game ice time with 29:09 on Apr. 7 vs. PIT ... PLAYOFFS: led all Flyers in assists, points and faceoffs taken (124); T-2nd in goals and PP points (1g, 1a); 2nd among forwards in ice time (20:16)… four-game point streak (2-4-6) from Apr. 14-19…

1999-00: Ranked 4th in NHL with 93 takeaways ... tied for team lead in GWG (7) ... one of three Flyers to play all 82 games ... six-game point streak (1-9-10) from Oct. 26-Nov. 6 ... posted his 100th NHL point on Nov. 11 vs. CAR ... PLAYOFFS: set career highs in games played, goals, assists, points and PIM as Flyers reached Eastern Conference Finals vs. eventual Stanley Cup Champions (NJ) … T-1st on club in GWG (2); T-3rd in 5 goals (one shy of team lead) … averaged 20:03 per game, 4th among team forwards … ranked 2nd on Flyers in faceoffs taken (310) … missed two games with concussion ... scored 2 goals (including GWG) in CQF series-clinching win vs. BUF on Apr. 20 ...

1998-99: Split season between PHI and TB … traded to PHI (with Mikael Renberg) by TB for Chris
Gratton and Mike Sillinger, Dec. 12, 1998 … earned Pelle Lindbergh Memorial Trophy as most improved Flyer ... played in his 200th NHL game at COL on Feb. 14 ...PLAYOFFS: played six games with PHI (2a)

1997-98: Led TB centres with 22 points (8g, 14a) ... played in his 100th NHL game on Nov. 14 vs. NYI

1996-97: Tied record for most goals by a Lightning rookie (15) ... named NHL Rookie of the Month for Feb. ... named NHL Player of the Week (Feb. 17-23) with six points (2g, 4a) in four GP ... appeared in two games for Adirondack (AHL) ... 1995-96 - appeared in his first four NHL games with Tampa Bay before being reassigned to Tri-City (WHL).

INTERNATIONAL HIGHLIGHTS

Played on Canada’s World Junior Championship team in Boston, winning gold ... had three goals and three assists in five games … was a linemate of Calgary captain Jarome Iginla. Played in 246 WHL career games with the Tri-City Americans of the WHL posting 378 points (159g, 219a) … 1995-96 - appeared in his first four NHL games with TB before being reassigned to Tri-City (WHL) ... named to WHL West Second All-Star Team … runner-up for WHL Top Prospect Award … finished his junior career as Tri-City’s all-time leader in goals, playoff goals (29), playoff assists (30) and playoff points (59) ... concluded his Tri-City career with 159-219-378 in 245 games over 4 seasons…Ranked 1st on Tri-City in assists and 2nd in points…Led Tri-City in playoff goals and points…1994-95 - became 1st ever Tri-City player to win WHL scoring title, recording a club-record 140 points in 72 GP … led entire Canadian Hockey League with 67 goals and 140 points … tied for Tri-City lead in playoff goals and points; 1st in PIM … finished 3rd in WHL playoff scoring with 27 points in 17 GP … named Tri-City MVP … runner-up for WHL Player-of-the-Year award … appeared in CHL’s 1995 All-Star Game (3 points) … named to CHL First All-Star Team and WHL West First All-Star Team…1993-94 - led Tri-City in goals, assists and points … named team MVP … 1992-93 – played in his first full season in the WHL posting 64 points in 64 games … 1991-92 - made his WHL debut playing in one game with Tri-City.=