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Jeffrey Norton

Jeffrey Norton  #5

Defenseman
NUMBER: 5 BIRTHDATE: November 25, 1965
HEIGHT: 6' 2" BIRTHPLACE: Acton, MA, United States
WEIGHT: 200 DRAFTED: NYI / 1984 NHL Entry Draft
Shoots: Left ROUND: 3rd   (62nd overall)
CCHA Second All-Star Team (1987) Missed majority of 1991-92 season recovering from wrist injury suffered in game vs. Buffalo, January 3, 1992. Traded to San Jose by NY Islanders for San Jose's 3rd round choice (Jason Strudwick) in 1994 Entry Draft, June 20, 1993. Traded to St. Louis by San Jose with San Jose's 3rd round choice (later traded to Colorado Colorado selected Rick Berry) in 1997 Entry Draft for Craig Janney and cash, March 6, 1995. Traded to Edmonton by St. Louis with Donald Dufresne for Igor Kravchuk and Ken Sutton, January 4, 1996. Traded to Tampa Bay by Edmonton for Drew Bannister and Tampa Bay's 6th round choice (Peter Sarno) in 1997 Entry Draft, March 18, 1997. Traded to Florida by Tampa Bay with Dino Ciccarelli for Mark Fitzpatrick and Jody Hull, January 15, 1998. Traded to San Jose by Florida for Alex Hicks and San Jose's 5th round choice (later traded to NY Islanders NY Islanders selected Adam Johnson) in 1999 Entry Draft, November 11, 1998. Signed as a free agent by Pittsburgh, November 14, 2000. Traded to San Jose by Pittsburgh for Bobby Dollas and Johan Hedberg, March 12, 2001. Signed as a free agent by Florida, July 18, 2001. Missed majority of 2001-02 season recovering from knee injury suffered in game vs. Toronto, December 28, 2001. Traded to Boston by Florida for Boston's 6th round choice (Mikael Vuorio) in 2002 Entry Draft, March 19, 2002.
Quote of the Day

Your team is going to want to recapture the feeling. What they're going to have to figure out is they're going to have to rewrite the story. Because you're going to rewrite the story doesn't mean you want a different end. It's just that you're going to have to learn that there's different challenges to get there, and if you're going to try and tap the same feeling, it ain't going to happen.

— Los Angeles Kings general manager Dean Lombardi on maintaining their success from last season