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Position
LW
 
Jersey
15
Name  Dany Heatley
Born  1/21/1981
Height  6-4
Weight  220
Shoots  L
SeasonGAPTS+/-PIMPPSHGWHS
2013-MIN121628-181840233110
2012-MIN111021-1283012683
2011-MIN24295322880370238
2010-SJS2638648561115104217
2009-SJS3943821454181981280
2008-OTT393372-11881506-258
2007-OTT41418233761308-224
2006-OTT5055105317417310-310
2005-OTT505310329862327-300
2003-WIN131225-818503-83
2002-WIN414889-8581916-252
2001-WIN264167-1956704-202
Career37241979141620143864-2557

Last 10GAPTS+/-PIMHTOITOISHTOIPPS
vs. COL 4/21/1400000010:4100:0001:322
vs. STL 4/10/1401110117:5000:0002:170
@ CHI 4/3/14000-10208:4900:0001:020
@ STL 3/27/14000-20012:2400:0002:270
vs. VAN 3/26/14000-20012:0800:0002:381
@ DET 3/23/14000-10010:3200:0001:320
vs. DET 3/22/1400000012:3900:0000:481
@ NJD 3/20/14000-20115:2600:0004:190
@ NYI 3/18/1401110013:4600:0001:000
@ BOS 3/17/1400000112:5700:0001:060
 
Notes:
2000-01: Selected by Atlanta in 1st round (2nd overall) of the NHL Draft...2001-02: Made NHL debut; Named to NHL All-Rookie Team; Won Calder Trophy...2002-03: Named to All-Star Team; Named NHL All-Star game MVP; Gold Medalist with Canada at IIHF World Championships...2003-04: Gold Medalist with Canada at IIHF World Championships...2004-05: Silver Medalist with Canada at IIHF World Championships...2005-06: Traded to Ottawa for Marian Hossa and Greg de Vries, Aug. 23rd; Signed with Ottawa to a three-year deal worth $13.5 million...2006-07: Named to All-Star Team...2007-08: Re-signed with Ottawa to a six-year deal worth $45 million; Named to All-Star Team; Silver Medalist with Canada at IIHF World Championships...2008-09: Named to All-Star Team; Silver Medalist with Canada at IIHF World Championships...2009-10: Traded to San Jose with a 5th round pick for Milan Michalek, Jonathan Cheechoo, and a 2nd round pick, Sept 12th; Gold Medalist with Canada at Winter Olympics in Vancouver...2011-12: Traded to Minnesota for Martin Havlat, July 3rd.