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Sheldon Keefe

Sheldon Keefe  #28

Right Wing
NUMBER: 28 BIRTHDATE: September 17, 1980
HEIGHT: 5' 11" BIRTHPLACE: Brampton, ON, Canada
WEIGHT: 185 DRAFTED: TBL / 1999 NHL Entry Draft
Shoots: Right ROUND: 2nd   (47th overall)

LAST 5 GAMES  2002-2003 

 GAP+/-PIMPPGSHGSS%ShiftsTOIFO%
Feb 14 '03 TBL @ ATL00000000119:19
Jan 14 '03 TBL @ OTT00000000138:2925.00
Jan 11 '03 NJD @ TBL000-1000054:25100.00
Jan 9 '03 ATL @ TBL0000000084:3175.00
Jan 7 '03 DET @ TBL00002000127:2450.00

CAREER REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS

SEASONTEAMGPGAP+/-PIMPPGSHGGWGSS%
1995-1996 Toronto Young Nationals-MTHL 4566 71 137
1996-1997 Quinte Hawks-MTJHL 4421 23 44 41
1996-1997 Bramalea Blues-OPJHL 80 3 3 4
1997-1998 Caledon Canadians-MTJHL 4341 40 81 117
1998-1999 Toronto St. Michael's Majors-OHL 3837 37 74 80
1998-1999 Barrie Colts-OHL 2814 28 42 60
1999-2000 Barrie Colts-OHL 6648 73 121 23 95 17 2 8
1999-2000 Barrie Colts-M-Cup 52 3 5 4
2000-2001Lightning494 0 4 -13 38 0 0 0 3212.5
2000-2001 Detroit Vipers-IHL 137 5 12 -3 23 5 0 1 2825.0
2001-2002Lightning396 7 13 -11 16 0 0 1 5211.5
2001-2002 Springfield Falcons-AHL 249 9 18 -9 26 3 0 2
2002-2003Lightning372 5 7 -1 24 0 0 0 513.9
2002-2003 Springfield Falcons-AHL 3316 15 31 6 28 6 1 2 8818.2
2003-2004 Bears-AHL 5916 16 32 -10 82 5 0 2
2004-2005 Utah Grizzlies-AHL 40 1 1 -3 0 0 0 0
NHL TOTALS125121224-25780011358.9

CAREER PLAYOFF STATISTICS

SEASONTEAMGPGAP+/-PIMPPGSHGGWGSS%
1997-1998 Caledon Canadians-MTJHL 1315 8 23
1998-1999 Barrie Colts-OHL 105 5 10 31
1999-2000 Barrie Colts-OHL 2510 13 23 41 3 0 2
1999-2000 Barrie Colts-M-Cup 52 3 5 4
2002-2003 Springfield Falcons-AHL 60 0 0 -4 4 0 0 0 150.0
Quote of the Day

He's a strong kid. He's a competitive kid, and certainly not afraid to go into the corners. He's got the skating ability to escape and help us execute in certain situations, but he's got that competitive nature that's a huge part of it too, especially against a team like this.

— Wild coach Mike Yeo on defenseman Matt Dumba, who used a hard slap shot to score his first career playoff goal in Game 1 win vs. Blues