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Ian Laperriere

Ian Laperriere  #14

Right Wing
NUMBER: 14 BIRTHDATE: January 19, 1974
HEIGHT: 6' 1" BIRTHPLACE: Montreal, QC, Canada
WEIGHT: 200 DRAFTED: STL / 1992 NHL Entry Draft
Shoots: Right ROUND: 7th   (158th overall)
AwardsSeasons
Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy 2010-2011
 
2010-11: Has missed entire season due to post concussion syndrome.
 
2010-11: Missed entire season due to post concussion syndrome.
2009-10 Playoffs: Played in all five games of the SCF vs. Chicago… returned to the lineup for Game 4 of the ECF vs. Montreal after missing a month following an injury suffered when he took a puck to the face against New Jersey in Game 5 of the ECQF… Had one assist in the ECQF against the Devils, coming in Game 1 on the game-winning goal.
Regular Season: Finished second on the team in penalty minutes (162)… Recorded his 200th career NHL fight at Atlanta on 3/20 (vs. Eric Boulton)… Had a “Gordie Howe Hat Trick” vs. Dallas on 1/12… Had 30 penalty minutes vs. Florida on 12/21, including 3 fighting majors… Had two assists (season high) and +3 (season high) at Buffalo on 11/6… Reached his 200th NHL assist vs. Buffalo on 11/6… Recorded a goal (1st as Flyer) at New Jersey on 10/3.
QMJHL Second All-Star Team (1993) Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy (2011) Traded to NY Rangers by St. Louis for Stephane Matteau, December 28, 1995. Traded to Los Angeles by NY Rangers with Ray Ferraro, Mattias Norstrom, Nathan LaFayette and NY Rangers' 4th round choice (Sean Blanchard) in 1997 Entry Draft for Marty McSorley, Jari Kurri and Shane Churla, March 14, 1996. Signed as a free agent by Colorado, July 2, 2004. Signed as a free agent by Philadelphia, July 1, 2009. Missed entire 2010-11 due to concussion suffered in playoff game at New Jersey, April 22, 2010. Officially announced his retrirement, June 12, 2012.
Quote of the Day

I just think about how much it hurts. The feelings aren't going to go away, probably never. It's just something that sticks with you for a long time.

— San Jose forward Logan Couture to The Canadian Press on the Sharks' first-round loss to the Kings after taking a 3-0 series lead