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Frederic Chabot

Frederic Chabot

Goalie
BIRTHDATE: February 12, 1968
HEIGHT: 5' 11" BIRTHPLACE: Herbertville Station, QC, Canada
WEIGHT: 187 DRAFTED: NJD / 1986 NHL Entry Draft
Catches: Right ROUND: 10th   (192nd overall)
WHL East First All-Star Team (1989) Aldege "Baz" Bastien Award (AHL Outstanding Goaltender) (1994) IHL Second All-Star Team (1996) IHL First All-Star Team (1997, 2000) James Gatschene Memorial Trophy (IHL MVP) (1997) James Norris Memorial Trophy (IHL fewest goals against) (2000) James Gatschene Memorial Trophy (IHL MVP) (2000) (co-winner - Nikolai Khabibulin) Signed as a free agent by Montreal, January 16, 1990. Claimed by Tampa Bay from Montreal in Expansion Draft, June 18, 1992. Traded to Montreal by Tampa Bay for Jean-Claude Bergeron, June 19, 1992. Traded to Philadelphia by Montreal for cash, February 21, 1994. Signed as a free agent by Florida, August 11, 1994. Signed as a free agent by Los Angeles, September 3, 1997. Claimed by Nashville from Los Angeles in Expansion Draft, June 26, 1998. Claimed on waivers by Los Angeles from Nashville, July 18, 1998. Claimed by Montreal from Los Angeles in Waiver Draft, October 5, 1998. Claimed by Columbus from Montreal in Expansion Draft, June 23, 2000. Signed as a free agent by Nurnberg (Germany), May 16, 2001.
Quote of the Day

The groove of being behind a bench is going to be interesting at first, but thank God we have a few exhibition games to get rid of those cobwebs. Overall the excitement of it all and the freshness and coming back refreshed, all those things are going to be assets. If [the players] come ready to give their best effort in practice and games, good things are going to happen. I'm always looking for results. It's not always on the scoreboard. It's winning and building something.

— Bryan Trottier on making his return to coaching as an assistant with the Sabres