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Chad Kilger

Chad Kilger  #19

Left Wing
NUMBER: 19 BIRTHDATE: November 27, 1976
HEIGHT: 6' 4" BIRTHPLACE: Cornwall, ON, Canada
WEIGHT: 224 DRAFTED: ANA / 1995 NHL Entry Draft
Shoots: Left ROUND: 1st   (4th overall)
2007-08:
- Scored a goal February 19 vs. Columbus
- Missed five games due to personal reasons (Jan. 31 - Feb. 9)
- Tied a career-high with two goals (six times) December 10 vs. Tampa Bay
- Collected two assists October 27 at NY Rangers
- Scored 100th career NHL goal October 20 vs. Chicago
- Collected a career-high (tie) three points (two goals, one assist) October 15 at Buffalo
Traded to Winnipeg by Anaheim with Oleg Tverdovsky and Anaheim's 3rd round choice (Per-Anton Lundstrom) in 1996 Entry Draft for Teemu Selanne, Marc Chouinard and Winnipeg's 4th round choice (later traded to Toronto later traded to Montreal Montreal selected Kim Staal) in 1996 Entry Draft, February 7, 1996. Transferred to Phoenix after Winnipeg franchise relocated, July 1, 1996. Traded to Chicago by Phoenix with Jayson More for Keith Carney and Jim Cummins, March 4, 1998. Traded to Edmonton by Chicago with Daniel Cleary, Ethan Moreau and Christian Laflamme for Boris Mironov, Dean McAmmond and Jonas Elofsson, March 20, 1999. Traded to Montreal by Edmonton for Sergei Zholtok, December 18, 2000. Claimed on waivers by Toronto from Montreal, March 9, 2004. Traded to Florida by Toronto for Florida's 3rd round choice (later traded to St. Louis - St. Louis selected James Livingston) in 2008 Entry Draft, February 26, 2008. Suspended indefinitely by Florida for failing to report to team, March 5, 2008.
Quote of the Day

I feel that responsibility, I've felt it for the last two years. We core guys get a lot of minutes, we get a lot of opportunity out there. Our teammates, the organization and fans look to us to be the guys to put the puck in the net and to create momentum out there.

— Jordan Eberle on taking his game and the Edmonton Oilers to the next level