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Kyle Turris

Kyle Turris  #7

NUMBER: 7 BIRTHDATE: August 14, 1989  (AGE 25)
HEIGHT: 6' 1" BIRTHPLACE: New Westminster, BC, Canada
WEIGHT: 191 DRAFTED: PHX / 2007 NHL Entry Draft
Shoots: Right ROUND: 1st   (3rd overall)

Notes: Missed games: Has not missed any 2013-14 regular season games due to injury ... Has helped the Senators to a record of 53-19-12 in games in which he has registered at least one point following 12/17/11 trade from Phoenix ... Recorded a team-high 29 points last season.
2012-13: Registered a team-leading seven multi-point games including three two-goal games ... Was one of two Senators to score an overtime game-winner ... Tied for the team lead with three power-play goals ... Was recognized as the NHL's Second Star of the Week on March 18 ... Played in each of Ottawa’s playoff games, leading the team in goals (six) while finishing second with nine points ... Began season with Karpat (Finland) scoring 19 points in 21 games.
2013-14 Season high: Face-offs: 17/21 (81%), Nov. 15 vs Boston (4-2 win)
Career game highs: Goals: 2 (9x) last: March 30 vs Calgary (6-3 win); Assists: 2 (9x) last: March 25 at Florida (3-2 SO loss); Points: 4 (2x) last: (2-2), 4/1/12 at N.Y. Islanders (5-1 win)

WCHA All-Rookie Team (2008) Traded to Ottawa by Phoenix for David Rundblad and Ottawa's 2nd round choice (later traded to Columbus, later traded to Philadelphia Philadelphia selected Anthony Stolarz) in 2012 Entry Draft, December 17, 2011. Signed as a free agent by Oulu (Finland), October 6, 2012.
Quote of the Day

It's pretty crazy, but believe me when I say we didn't draft these players with the mindset we had to because they had good hockey-playing dads. It just turned out that way. But we're certainly glad they're a part of our organization.

— Arizona Coyotes director of amateur scouting Tim Bernhardt regarding the coincidence that six of the organization's top prospects are sons of former NHL players