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Johnny Oduya  #27

Chicago Blackhawks  Defenseman
NUMBER: 27 BIRTHDATE: October 1, 1981  (AGE 32)
HEIGHT: 6' 0" BIRTHPLACE: Stockholm, Sweden
WEIGHT: 190 DRAFTED: WSH / 2001 NHL Entry Draft
Shoots: Left ROUND: 7th   (221st overall)

PLAYOFF HIGHS

Goals: 1 (5x), last -- May 28, 2014 vs. LA

Assists: 1 (15x), last -- May 28, 2014 vs. LA

Points: 2 -- May 28, 2014 vs. LA (1g, 1a)

Blackhawks Playoff Totals: 47 GP, 5-13-18, +14

 

2014 PLAYOFFS

Home: 9 GP, 1-4-5, +6

Road: 9 GP, 1-1-2, -5

 

2014 PLAYOFF NOTES: Posted a playoff career-best two points (1g, 1a) in GM 5 vs. LA ... Had points in back-to-back games (2a) from May 18-21 ... Had points in back-to-back games (1g, 1a) from April 17-19 ... Scored one goal in 36:33 of ice time (second most of his career) in GM 1 at STL on April 17

Traded to Victoriaville (QMJHL) by Moncton (QMJHL) for Teddy Kyres and Simon St-Pierre, January 10, 2002. Signed as a free agent by New Jersey, July 24, 2006. Traded to Atlanta by New Jersey with Niclas Bergfors, Patrice Cormier and New Jersey's 1st (later traded to Chicago - Chicago selected Kevin Hayes) and 2nd (later traded to Chicago - Chicago selected Justin Holl) round choices in 2010 Entry Draft for Ilya Kovalchuk, Anssi Salmela and Atlanta's 2nd round choice (Jonathon Merrill) in 2010 Entry Draft, February 4, 2010. Transferred to Winnipeg after Atlanta franchise relocated, June 21, 2011. Signed as a free agent by Flying Farangs Bangkok (Thailand), October, 2012. Traded to Chicago by Winnipeg for Chicago's 2nd (later traded to Washington Washington selected Zachary Sanford) and 3rd (J.C. Lipon) round choices in 2013 Entry Draft, February 27, 2012.
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