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Jason Pominville
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Jason Pominville  #29

Minnesota Wild  Right Wing
NUMBER: 29 BIRTHDATE: November 30, 1982  (AGE 31)
HEIGHT: 6' 0" BIRTHPLACE: Repentigny, QC, Canada
WEIGHT: 185 DRAFTED: BUF / 2001 NHL Entry Draft
Shoots: Right ROUND: 2nd   (55th overall)
PLAYOFF HIGHLIGHTS
*Sixth trip to Stanley Cup Playoffs
*2nd on team in scoring
*Has four points (1-3=4) vs. Chicago
*Two assists in Game 3 vs. CHI (5/6)
*Set new career high with 4-game assist streak in Games 3-6 vs. COlorado (1-4=5). Four-game point streak tied career best
*Notched game-high 6 shots in Game 1 at COL (4/17)
*Led NHL rookies in playoff scoring with 10 points (5-5=10) in 18 contests in 2006

2013-14 HIGHLIGHTS
*Led Wild with five points (4-1=5) against Chicago
*1st on team in scoring and goals, T-1st in GWG, 2nd in shots and PPG...T-16th in NHL in goals
*3rd player in Wild history to tally 30 goals in season (9th time in franchise history)
*Recorded assist at SJ (1/25) for 500th career point...52nd active NHL player to reach milestone
*Named NHL First Star of Week (11/4) after collecting six points in three games (4-2=6)
QMJHL First All-Star Team (2002) Played in NHL All-Star Game (2012) Signed as a free agent by Mannheim (Germany), December 4, 2012. Traded to Minnesota by Buffalo with Buffalo's 4th round choice (later traded to Edmonton Edmonton selected William Lagesson) in 2014 Entry Draft for Matt Hackett, Johan Larsson, Minnesota's 1st round choice (Nikita Zadorov) in 2013 Entry Draft and Minnesota's 2nd round choice (Vaclav Karabacek) in 2014 Entry Draft, April 3, 2013.
Quote of the Day

Your team is going to want to recapture the feeling. What they're going to have to figure out is they're going to have to rewrite the story. Because you're going to rewrite the story doesn't mean you want a different end. It's just that you're going to have to learn that there's different challenges to get there, and if you're going to try and tap the same feeling, it ain't going to happen.

— Los Angeles Kings general manager Dean Lombardi on maintaining their success from last season