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Eric Godard

Eric Godard  #18

Right Wing
NUMBER: 18 BIRTHDATE: March 7, 1980
HEIGHT: 6' 4" BIRTHPLACE: Vernon, BC, Canada
WEIGHT: 222
Shoots: Right

2011 POSTSEASON:

Home: 0GP 0G-0A-0PTS  E                           Even Strength: 0G-0A-0PTS               Shorthanded: 0G-0A-0PTS

Road: 0GP 0G-0A-0PTS  E                           Power Play: 0G-0A-0PTS

 

* Did not dress Game 6 at Tampa Bay.

 

2010-11 REGULAR SEASON:

* His assist at Atlanta April 10 in the season finale gave him points in back-to-back games to close the season.

* Picked up his second assist of the season and finished plus-1 at NY Islanders April 8.

* Picked up his first point (assist) of the season at Columbus Dec. 4.

* Appeared in 19 of 81 games this season.

* Ranked fourth on the team with 105 penalty minutes.

 

2010-11 REGULAR SEASON:

Home: 7GP  0G-0A-0PTS  +1                                        Even Strength: 0G-3A-3PTS                Shorthanded: 0G-0A-0PTS

Road: 12GP  0G-3A-3PTS  +3                                        Power Play: 0G-0A-0PTS

Signed as a free agent by Florida, September 24, 1999. Traded to NY Islanders by Florida for Florida's 3rd round choice (previously acquired, Florida selected Gregory Campbell) in 2002 Entry Draft, June 22, 2002. Missed majority of 2003-04 as a healthy reserve. Signed as a free agent by Calgary, August 14, 2006. Signed as a free agent by Pittsburgh, July 1, 2008. Missed majority of 2010-11 due to facial injury at Ottawa, December 26, 2010, as a healthy reserve and serving a ten game suspension for leaving the bench in game at NY Islanders, February 11, 2011. Signed as a free agent by Dallas. July 12, 2011. Officially annouced his retirement, November 2, 2012.
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