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Bryan Allen  #55

Anaheim Ducks  Defenseman
NUMBER: 55 BIRTHDATE: August 21, 1980  (AGE 33)
HEIGHT: 6' 5" BIRTHPLACE: Kingston, ON, Canada
WEIGHT: 224 DRAFTED: VAN / 1998 NHL Entry Draft
Shoots: Left ROUND: 1st   (4th overall)
2014 Playoffs:
Last game: Scoreless with five blocked shots in 19:01 TOI, Apr. 16 vs. DAL
 
POSTSEASON CAREER VS. DALLAS:
- Marks his first playoff series vs. DAL
 
Playoff Experience: 
Has appeared in the Stanley Cup Playoffs on four occasions
Played all seven of Anaheim’s CQF series contests vs. DET in 2013, earning 0-1=1 point with two PIM and a +1 rating
Earned his first career playoff point (assist) on Ryan Getzlaf’s goal in Game 2 of the CQF, May 2 vs. DET
 
2013-14 Regular Season:
Appeared in his 13th NHL season and second with Anaheim
Collected 0-10=10 points with a career-high +20 rating and 75 PIM in 68 games
Led club defensemen in PIM and ranked fourth overall in blocked shots (118)
- Reached double digits in assists for the fifth time in his career with his 10th of the season, Apr. 7 @ VAN
Appeared in his 100th game as a Duck on Mar. 23 vs. FLA, picking up his ninth assist of the season in a 6-2 victory…competed in his 700th career NHL game, Mar. 20 @ SJ
OHL First All-Star Team (1999) Missed majority of 1999-2000 due to knee injury in training camp, September 21, 1999. Signed as a free agent by Voskresensk (Russia), December 20, 2004. Traded to Florida by Vancouver with Todd Bertuzzi and Alex Auld for Roberto Luongo, Lukas Krajicek and Florida's 6th round choice (Sergei Shirokov) in 2006 Entry Draft, June 23, 2006. Missed majority of 2008-09 due to off-season arthroscopic knee surgery and follow-up cartilage surgery, October 27, 2008. Traded to Carolina by Florida for Sergei Samsonov, February 28, 2011. Signed as a free agent by Anaheim, July 1, 2012.

Playing for my favorite team growing up, I've probably scored that goal a million times in my driveway. It feels good to actually do it in real life.

— Dale Weise, who grew up a Canadiens fan, on scoring the overtime winner in Montreal's 5-4 victory against Tampa Bay in Game 1