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Andrew Brunette

Andrew Brunette  #15

Left Wing
NUMBER: 15 BIRTHDATE: August 24, 1973
HEIGHT: 6' 1" BIRTHPLACE: Sudbury, ON, Canada
WEIGHT: 215 DRAFTED: WSH / 1993 NHL Entry Draft
Shoots: Left ROUND: 7th   (174th overall)

2011-12: Posted 27 points (12G, 15A) in 78 regular-season contests … Netted four power-play markers and added three assists with the man advantage … Registered a career-low four penalty minutes … The Blackhawks recorded a 25-0-2 mark in the 27 tilts that he registered a point in … Recorded points in back-to-back games five times … Registered a season-high +2 plus/minus rating four times … Collected four points (2G, 2A) in his first six tilts with the Blackhawks … Tallied three helpers in four games from Jan. 12-18 … Posted two goals and an assist over four games from Nov. 25-Dec. 2 … Notched four shots on goal at OTT on March 2 … Netted goals in consecutive games against DAL on Oct. 8 and WPG on Oct. 13 … Dented the net for his first goal as a member of the Blackhawks on Oct. 8 against DAL in the team’s home-opener … Missed four regular-season games (Feb. 3; April 1-7) due to injury.

OHL First All-Star Team (1993) Canadian Major Junior Second All-Star Team (1993) AHL Second All-Star Team (1995) Claimed by Nashville from Washington in Expansion Draft, June 26, 1998. Traded to Atlanta by Nashville for Atlanta's 5th round choice (Matt Hendricks) in 2000 Entry Draft, June 21, 1999. Signed as a free agent by Minnesota, July 17, 2001. Signed as a free agent by Colorado, August 6, 2005. Signed as a free agent by Minnesota, July 1, 2008. Signed as a free agent by Chicago, July 1, 2011. Officially announced his retirement, February 13, 2013.

I've been getting frustrated lately, and the only thing keeping me sane was the team winning and other people stepping up and scoring. Then you just kind of let it go and realize you can end the series with one shot, that frustration goes away for a brief moment, and that's what happened.

— Montreal forward Max Pacioretty after scoring the series-winner in Game 4 -- his first career playoff goal -- to eliminate the Lightning and send the Canadiens into the second round