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Mark Mowers
Mark Mowers
Right Wing
(MAHW-uhrs)
Number: 28
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 174
Shoots: Right
Born: Feb 16, 1974
Birthplace: Decatur, GA, United States
Acquired: Signed as a free agent, July 6, 2006.
CAREER: Has taken one career penalty shot (no goal)...2006-07: Played his first game as a Bruin Oct. 6 in Florida...Missed two games to injury (2-shoulder)... 2005-06: Played his first full NHL season...Set career season-highs in assists and points while matching his previous season-high in goals with 4-11=15 totals in 46 games...Compiled a +13 plus/minus rating...Had one multiple-point game, tying his career game-high in assists with two Apr. 13 in Chicago...Had a three-game point streak from Mar. 9-13 (1-2=3 totals)...Took his first career penalty shot Mar. 7 vs. Phoenix, unsuccessful vs. Curtis Joseph...2004-05: Played the lockout season in Sweden (Malmo) and Switzerland (Fribourg) with 4-0=4 totals in 12 combined games...Added 9-8=17 totals in nine playoff games with Fribourg...2003-04: Played a career-high 52 NHL games...Scored his first career game-winning goal Mar. 3 vs. Calgary...Also played 16 games in Grand Rapids/AHL with 8-6=14 totals in those contests...2002-03: Spent the season in Grand Rapids/AHL where he earned an AHL Second Team All-Star berth...Led the team in goals and was second in the club's scoring race with 34-47=81 totals...Led all AHL forwards with a +26 rating...Played in the AHL All-Star Game...2001-02: Spent most of the season in Milwaukee/IHL where he led the Admirals in goals and was second in the team's scoring race with 19-20=39 totals in 45 games...Recalled for 14 games in Nashville with 1-2=3 totals in those contests...2000-01: Spent the season in Milwaukee/IHL with 25-25=50 totals in 63 games, second on the team in scoring...Had a +19 rating...Played in the IHL All-Star Game and won the fastest skater event at the Skills Competition...1999-2000: Split the season between Nashville and their IHL affiliate in Milwaukee...Had 4-5=9 totals in 41 Predators games, including his first NHL goal scored Nov. 18 vs. Montreal...Had three stints in Milwaukee with 11-15=26 totals in 23 Admirals games and was named to the IHL All-Star Game roster, but did not play due to his recall to Nashville...Missed nine games with a knee injury...1998-99: Split the season between Nashville and Milwaukee/IHL with six assists in 30 Predators games...Played his first NHL game Jan. 15 vs. Phoenix and recorded his first NHL points in a two-assist effort Jan. 30 at New Jersey...Had 14-22=36 totals in 51 Admirals games and was named the IHL's U.S.-born Rookie of the Year...Also named to the IHL All-Star Game roster, but did not play due to his recall to Nashville...College: Played four seasons of college hockey at the University of New Hampshire with 85-112=197 totals and 115 PIM in 144 career college games...Named Hockey East Rookie of the Year and to the Hockey East All-Rookie Team in 1994-95, earned NCAA East First Team All-American honors in 1997-98 and was a Hockey East Second Team All-Star that season as well...Was a finalist for the Hobey Baker Award in 1997-98 as the nation's top college player.

TRANSACTIONS: Signed by Nashville as a free agent, June 11, 1998...Signed by Detroit as a free agent, August 5, 2002...Signed by Boston as a free agent, July 6, 2006.

PERSONAL: Full name, Mark Christopher Mowers...Married, wife's name is Jana, daughters Gracy and Greta...Earned his degree in sports management from the University of New Hampshire...Was born in Georgia, but grew up in Whitesboro, NY...Enjoys golf.

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