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Michael Ryder
Michael Ryder
Right Wing
Number: 73
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 200
Shoots: Right
Born: Mar 31, 1980  (Age 34)
Birthplace: Bonavista, NL, Canada
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Acquired: Signed as a free agent, July 1, 2008
Drafted: MTL / 1998 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 8th (216th overall)
Has a 4/22 record in NHL shootouts (3 deciding goals) ... Has taken one career penalty shot (no goal) ... 2009-10: Was one of two Bruins to play in all 82 games this season and it was the second time in his career he has played in every game (2006-07 with Montreal) ... Had seven multiple-point games with his season-high a 2-1=3 night on Feb. 11 in Tampa Bay ... Had a three-game point streak from Dec. 5-12 (1-3=4 totals) ... Was held without a shot in just seven games ... Took check from behind major & game misconduct penalties Mar. 6 at NY Islanders and had entered that game with just 16 PIM on the season ... Played his 400th NHL game on Oct. 31 vs. Edmonton ... Added 4-1=5 totals in 13 playoff games, including a two-goal effort on Apr. 17 in Buffalo ... 2008-09: Had 12 multiple-point games with his season-high a 2-1=3 effort Feb. 26 vs. Anaheim ... Had a five-game point streak from Mar. 15-29 (3-4=7 totals) and had a four-game point streak from Oct. 9-18 (1-4=5 totals) ... Went 1 for 3 in shootouts with the goal proving the deciding score on Jan. 21 in Toronto ... Played his first game as a Bruin Oct. 9 in Colorado with his first point as a Bruin a goal in that game ... His first assists as a Bruin came in a two-assist effort Oct. 11 at Minnesota ... Scored his 100th NHL goal Oct. 9 in Colorado ... Missed eight games to injuries ... Tied for the team’s playoff scoring lead with 5-8=13 totals in 11 post-season games ... Had three multiple-point playoff games ... Had a five-game post-season point streak from Apr. 16-May 1 (5-4=9 totals) and a four-game streak from May 8-14 (0-4=4 totals) ... 2007-08: Missed 12 games after missing just two over his first three NHL seasons combined ... Had three multiple-point games with his season-highs 2-1=3 efforts each Jan. 3 vs. Tampa Bay and Feb. 19 vs. NY Rangers ... Took 13 shots on goal vs. Boston on Nov. 17 ... Recorded his 100th NHL assist Jan. 10 in Boston, recorded his 200th NHL point Feb. 26 vs. Atlanta and played his 300th NHL game Mar. 1 vs. New Jersey ... 2006-07: Led the team in goals with his second straight 30-goal season, the first Canadien with consecutive 30-goal campaigns since Mark Recchi (1996-98) and was the first Montreal player to score 25-or-more goals in each of his first three seasons since Mats Naslund (1982-85) ... Had 13 multiple-point games, including tying his career-high for points in a game with a 3-1=4 effort in the second period Apr. 7 at Toronto, his second career hat trick ... Had a four-game point streak from Dec. 16-23 (2-4=6 totals) ... Played his 200th NHL game Dec. 30 vs. Tampa Bay ... 2005-06: Led the Canadiens in goals with his first 30-goal season and was the first Canadien to hit that plateau since 2002-03 ... Had 14 multiple-point games, including two three-point efforts ... Netted his first career hat trick Feb. 5 vs. Philadelphia ... Had a career-best five-game goal streak from Dec. 10-20 (five goals), part of a career-best six-game point streak from Dec. 10-23 (5-2=7 totals) ... Scored the game-winning goals with less than 30 seconds remaining in the third period or overtime in each of the club’s first two games, the first time in NHL history a player accomplished that feat ... Took his first career penalty shot Dec. 31, unsuccessful vs. Carolina’s Martin Gerber ... Played his 100th NHL game Nov. 15 vs. Florida and recorded his 100th NHL point Feb. 28 vs. NY Islanders ... 2004-05: Played the lockout season in Sweden in Leksand (Div. 2) with 34-27=61 totals in 42 games ... 2003-04: Played his first NHL season ... Led league rookies in goals, assists and points with 25-38=63 totals, finished second to Boston’s Andrew Raycroft in the balloting for the Calder Trophy as the league’s top rookie and was named to the NHL’s All-Rookie Team ... Had 16 multiple-point games, including tying his career-high for points in a game with a 2-2=4 night Jan. 10 vs. Pittsburgh ... Had a six-game point streak from Feb. 19-28 (4-4=8 totals) ... Played his first NHL game Oct. 9 at Ottawa ... Scored his first NHL point with a goal Oct. 11 at Toronto and recorded his first NHL assist Oct. 14 vs. Washington ... Played in the YoungStars Game during the NHL All-Star festivities ... 2002-03: Played his first full AHL season with Hamilton ... Led the team in goals with 34 while finishing second overall in the team’s scoring race with 67 points ... Had 11-6=17 totals in 23 playoff games as Hamilton advanced to the Calder Cup finals ... 2001-02: Split the season between Mississippi/ECHL (14-13=27 totals in 20 games) and Quebec/AHL (11-17=28 totals in 50 games) ... 2000-01: Began the season in Tallahassee/ECHL with 4-5=9 totals in five games before going to Quebec/AHL for the remainder of the season ... Had 6-9=15 totals with 14 PIM in 61 games ... Juniors: Played three seasons of junior hockey in Hull/QMJHL with 128-129=257 totals and 156 PIM in 201 career junior games ... Named to the QMJHL All-Rookie Team in 1997-98 ... Led the Olympiques in scoring in both 1998-99 (44-43=87 totals) and 1999-2000 (50-58=108 totals) ... International: Played for Team Canada at the 2000 World Junior Tournament, winning a bronze medal (1-3=4 totals with 6 PIM in 7 games).

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