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Round 2
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Stanley Cup Final

Justin Shugg

North American Skater - Windsor, OHL
Final Rank:53Midterm Rank:62
Position:Left WingShoots:Right
Height:5' 11"Weight:184
Born:December 24, 1991
Born in:Niagara Falls, ON, CAN
Drafted: 2010: CAR (4th Round / 105th Overall)  Carolina Hurricanes
• In 2009-10, Shugg finished second on the Windsor Spitfires in points (79) behind Taylor Hall (No. 2 ranked) and 10th overall in the League in goals (39). He added 15 points (5-10--15) in the Ontario Hockey League playoffs and another seven points (2-5--7) at the 2010 Memorial Cup as the Spitfires won back-to-back OHL and Memorial Cup titles.

• He began his OHL career with Oshawa in 2007 and was a part of the Spitfires 2009 championship team, but a broken collarbone knocked him out of the Memorial Cup tournament just two games in.

• Shugg started skating at the age of two on backyard rinks and began playing organized hockey at the age of four. He played his minor hockey in Niagara Falls and his very first team was as a Timbit with the Niagara Falls Thunder.

• He wears number 44 because the fours represent his hockey hero Bobby Orr.

FAVORITES


NHL team: Toronto Maple Leafs
NHL player: Joe Sakic
Shootout move: “Fake backhand, bring back to forehand”
Goal celebration: “One knee fist pump”
Video game: Call of Duty
Movie: Avatar
TV show: Californication
Actress: Megan Fox
Cartoon: Family Guy
Website: google.com
Book: Angels and Demons
Activity away from the rink: Golf
Breakfast food: Steak and Eggs
Superhero: Batman

STATISTICS

SEASONTEAMLEAGUEGPGAPPIM
2007-2008OSHAWAOHL384101410
2007-2008WINDSOROHL230332
2008-2009WINDSOROHL6817163348
2009-2010WINDSOROHL6739407943




Once again, it shows character in this dressing room. Once again, there's no quitting in here. We all wanted this so bad and we worked so hard to get home-ice advantage and we weren't going to let this one slide.

— Colorado Avalanche captain Gabriel Landeskog on his team's OT Game 1 win vs. Minnesota Wild