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Peter Schaefer
Peter Schaefer
Left Wing
(SHAY-fur)
Number: 72
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 200
Shoots: Left
Born: Jul 12, 1977
Birthplace: Regina, SK, Canada
Acquired: From Ottawa for Shean Donovan, July 17, 2007.
Drafted: VAN / 1995 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 3rd (66th overall)
Has taken two career penalty shots (no goals)...2006-07: Had nine multiple-point games, including a career-high for assists in a game with a three-assist effort Nov. 22 at Philadelphia...Had an eight-game point streak from Feb. 7-24 (3-5=8 totals)...Nine of his 12 goals were scored in the third period...Took his second career penalty shot on Dec. 10, unsuccessful vs. Columbus’ Pascal Leclaire...Recorded his 200th NHL point Nov. 22 at Philadelphia...Missed five games to injuries (4-hip, 1-eye)...Added 1-5=6 totals in 20 playoff games as the Senators advanced to the Stanley Cup Finals...2005-06: Established career season-highs in goals (20), assists (30) and points (50)...Played in all 82 games for the second time in his career...Tied for third on the team with four shorthanded goals...Had ten multiple-point games...Took his first career penalty shot on Dec. 30, unsuccessful against NY Islanders’ Garth Snow...Recorded his 100th NHL assist Jan. 21 vs. Toronto...Had a six-game playoff point streak from Apr. 21-May 5 (2-5=7 totals)...2004-05: Played the lockout season in Italy with Bolzano...Was fourth in that team’s scoring race with 11-14=25 totals in 15 games...2003-04: Had a career-best +22 plus/minus rating...Had seven multiple-point games, all two-point efforts...Had a four-game point streak from Feb. 28-Mar. 6 (1-4=5 totals)...Missed one game with a foot injury...2002-03: Played his first season in Ottawa...Had four multiple-point games, all two-point efforts...Missed seven games with back, leg and knee injuries...Scored his first NHL playoff goal with a shorthanded effort May 3 vs. Philadelphia...Missed two playoff games with a groin injury...2001-02: Spent the season in Finland with TPS Turku...Was fifth in the team’s scoring race and third overall in goals with 16-15=31 totals in 33 games...2000-01: Played in all 82 games...Led Vancouver with four shorthanded goals...Had a three-game point streak from Feb. 28-Mar. 4...Played his 100th NHL game Oct. 12 vs. Colorado...1999-2000: Spent most of the season in Vancouver with 16-15=31 totals in 71 NHL games...Notched a career-high for points in a game with a 2-2=4 effort Mar. 24 vs. Anaheim...Had consecutive three-point games Oct. 24 at NY Rangers and Oct. 26 at Philadelphia with 2-1=3 totals in each of those contests...Had a two-game scoreless stint in Syracuse/.AHL...1998-99: Split the season between Vancouver and Syracuse/AHL...Had 4-4=8 totals in 25 Canucks games...Played his first NHL game Nov. 7 vs. Nashville, scored his first NHL goal Nov. 12 in Calgary and regis-tered his first NHL assist Feb. 26 vs. Carolina...Missed six games with a shoulder injury...Had 10-19=29 totals in 41 Syracuse contests...1997-98: Played his first full professional season with Vancouver’s AHL affiliate in Syracuse with 19-44=63 totals and 41 PIM in 73 games...1996-97: Joined Syracuse/AHL at the conclusion of his junior career with three assists in five AHL regular season games...Added 1-3=4 totals in three AHL playoff games...Juniors: Played three full seasons of junior hockey with Brandon/WHL with 124-167=291 totals and 172 PIM in 200 career junior games...Earned WHL East First Team All-Star honors in 1995-96 and 1996-97...Was named WHL Player of the Year in 1996-97 and to the Canadian Major Junior First All-Star Team that season as well...International: Played for Team Canada in the 1997 World Junior Championships (3-1=4 totals in seven games while winning a Gold medal)...Also played for Team Canada in the 2000 (1-0=1 totals with 4 PIM in eight games) and 2002 (0-1=1 totals and 2 PIM in seven games) World Championships.

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