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Brad Defauw

Brad Defauw  #39

Left Wing
NUMBER: 39 BIRTHDATE: November 10, 1977
HEIGHT: 6' 2" BIRTHPLACE: Edina, MN, United States
WEIGHT: 220 DRAFTED: CAR / 1997 NHL Entry Draft
Shoots: Left ROUND: 2nd   (28th overall)

LAST 5 GAMES  2002-2003 

 GAP+/-PIMPPGSHGSS%ShiftsTOIFO%
Apr 2 '03 CAR @ PIT000-120010.01712:55
Mar 31 '03 MTL @ CAR000000040.02113:31
Mar 29 '03 BUF @ CAR1011000425.01511:44
Mar 26 '03 CAR @ ATL000000002113:15
Mar 25 '03 TOR @ CAR000-100010.01510:53

CAREER REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS

SEASONTEAMGPGAP+/-PIMPPGSHGGWGSS%
1995-1996 Apple Valley-High-MN 2821 34 55 14
1996-1997 University Of North Dakota-WCHA 377 6 13 39
1997-1998 University Of North Dakota-WCHA 369 11 20 34
1998-1999 University Of North Dakota-WCHA 3411 12 23 64
1999-2000 University Of North Dakota-WCHA 4313 9 22 52
2000-2001 Cincinnati Cyclones-IHL 8220 31 51 6 39 7 0 3 16412.2
2001-2002 Lowell Lock Monsters-AHL 6317 21 38 -1 29 10 0 2
2002-2003Hurricanes93 0 3 -2 2 1 0 1 1915.8
2002-2003 Lowell Lock Monsters-AHL 6111 12 23 -30 48 6 0 1 10510.5
2002-2003 United States-WC-A 61 1 2 4
2003-2004 Lowell Lock Monsters-AHL 304 3 7 -8 6 0 0 0
2004-2005 Vaxjo Lakers HC-Sweden-2 4112 19 31 36
2005-2006 Ev Zug-Swiss 20 1 1 0
2005-2006 EHC Visp-Swiss-2 187 10 17 30
2005-2006 Valerengen IF Oslo-Norway 137 6 13 22
2006-2007 IF Bjorkloven Umea-Sweden-2 3614 6 20 22
2007-2008 Nordsjaelland Cobras Horsholm-Denmark 3916 11 27 40
NHL TOTALS9303-221011915.8

CAREER PLAYOFF STATISTICS

SEASONTEAMGPGAP+/-PIMPPGSHGGWGSS%
2000-2001 Cincinnati Cyclones-IHL 42 0 2 8 1 0 1
2001-2002 Lowell Lock Monsters-AHL 52 1 3 6 1 0 0
2004-2005 Vaxjo Lakers HC-Sweden-2 20 0 0 0 2 00.0
2005-2006 Valerengen IF Oslo-Norway 155 9 14 0 22 00.0
2006-2007 IF Bjorkloven Umea-Sweden-2 52 3 5 0 14 00.0
2007-2008 Nordsjaelland Cobras Horsholm-Denmark 51 2 3 0 22 00.0

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 OT winner in Game 4 -- his first career playoff goal -- to eliminate the Lightning and send the Canadiens into the second round