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Mark Cullen

Mark Cullen  #36

Center
NUMBER: 36 BIRTHDATE: October 28, 1978
HEIGHT: 5' 11" BIRTHPLACE: Moorhead, MN, United States
WEIGHT: 182
Shoots: Left

2011-12: Assigned to San Antonio (AHL) 1/3...Season-high 8:55 TOI 12/30 vs. NYR...First point of season with assist 12/27 vs. OTT...Recalled from San Antonio (AHL) 12/27...Assigned to San Antonio (AHL) 12/15...Missed five games (upper body) 12/5-13...Recorded his first shot of the season 12/3 at SJS...Registered two shots and a blocked shot in 7:08 TOI 11/29 at CAR...Recalled from San Antonio 11/29...Has totaled 17 points (3-14-17) in 21 games with the Rampage this season.

USHL All-Rookie Team (1998) USHL Rookie of the Year (1998) WCHA First All-Star Team (2001, 2002) NCAA West Second All-American Team (2001) Fred Hunt Memorial Trophy (AHL - Sportsmanship) (2006) Signed as a free agent by Minnesota, April 8, 2002. Signed as a free agent by Chicago, August 4, 2005. Signed as a free agent by Philadelphia, July 5, 2006. Signed as a free agent by Detroit, July 16, 2007. Signed as a free agent by Vancouver, July 4, 2008. Signed as a free agent by Chicago, July 13, 2009. Signed as a free agent by Florida, July 24, 2010. Signed as a free agent by Chekhov (KHL), August 8, 2012. Signed as a free agent by Salzburg (Austria), December 16, 2012.
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The groove of being behind a bench is going to be interesting at first, but thank God we have a few exhibition games to get rid of those cobwebs. Overall the excitement of it all and the freshness and coming back refreshed, all those things are going to be assets. If [the players] come ready to give their best effort in practice and games, good things are going to happen. I'm always looking for results. It's not always on the scoreboard. It's winning and building something.

— Bryan Trottier on making his return to coaching as an assistant with the Sabres