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My Keith Primeau Page

2001-02: Was second on the team in penalty minutes with 128...Was named First Star vs. Toronto on March 25 after scoring two goals, his only multiple-goal game of the season...Missed two games (March 21 & 23) due to a rib sprain sustained vs. Tampa Bay on March 18...Missed two games (March 7 & 8) due to strained ribs sustained at Boston on March 4...Was scoreless at Pittsburgh on Jan. 21, ending his seven-game point-scoring streak from Jan. 8 through 19 (2G,8A) and his five-game assist streak from Jan. 12 through 19 (7A)...Posted two assists at Washington on Oct. 30...His first assist at Washington on Oct. 30 was 500th point in the NHL...Played vs. Ottawa on Oct. 25 after missing the previous three games due to a sprained right knee sustained at Florida on Oct. 13...Named 13th captain in team history on Oct. 23.

Career: 2000-01: Won Yanick Dupre Class Guy Memorial Award as the Flyer who best illustrates character, dignity and respect for the sport both on and off the ice in a vote of the Phila. chapter of the P.H.W.A...Led the team in goals (34), in power play goals (11) and in shooting percentage (20.6%, 34 goals on 165 shots - second in the NHL)...Was second on the team in points (73) and in faceoff winning percentage (53.45%, 968 of 1,811)...Was tied for second on the team in power play points with 22 (11G,11A)...Was third on the team in assists (39) and in hits (151)...His 34 goals are a new single season career high...Missed final six games for the regular season after sustaining a Grade Two MCL sprain at Ottawa on 3/26/01...Was scoreless vs. Minnesota on 3/15/01, ending his eight-game point-scoring streak (7G,9A - tied his career high) and his five-game assist streak (7A)...Was named First Star after recording three goals, his first career hat trick, an assist and a +4 rating vs. Calgary on 3/8/01...The four points vs. Calgary on 3/8/01 tie his career high for most points in a game (fifth time)...Registered two power play goals and two assists vs. Florida on 1/20/01...The four points vs. Florida is his most in a game as a Flyer and ties his career high for points in a game...Scored the game-tying goal vs. Atlanta on 1/6/01, his 200th career NHL goal...Was a nominee for a 2001 ESPY Award in the category of Most Memorable Moment of the Year for his goal in the fifth overtime of Game Four of the Eastern Conference Semifinals at Pittsburgh...1999-2000: Played 59:51 and scored the game-winning goal in five-overtime game at Pittsburgh on 5/4/00...Scored his first career playoff goal as a Flyer on 4/18/00 at Buffalo...Recorded an assist vs. Buffalo on 4/13/00, his first playoff game as a Flyer...Missed three games (3/5/00-3/9/00) because of a cracked rib suffered vs. Buffalo on 2/12/00...Registered an assist at Boston on 3/4/00 after missing nine games (2/15/00-3/1/00) because of a cracked rib suffered vs. Buffalo on 2/12/00...Registered two assists, his first assists as a Flyer, on 2/9/00 at Toronto...Appeared in his 600th NHL game on 1/30/00 at Washington...Scored his first goal as a Flyer on 1/29/00 at Montreal...Appeared in his first game as a Flyer on 1/27/00 vs. Florida...1998-99: Named the Carolina franchise’s 11th captain on 10/3/98...Led the team in points (62), goals (30), and power play goals (9)...Second on team in game-winning goals (5)...Third on team in assists (32), power play points (15), and multiple-point games with (11)...Reached the 30-goal plateau for the second time of his career with a goal against New Jersey on 4/6/99...Named to North America All-Star Team on 1/12/99, marking his first NHL All-Star selection...Recorded 200th career assist at Boston on 10/31/98...1997-98: Tied for first on team in goals (26), assists (37), and points (63)...Tied for third on team in power play points with 18 (7G, 11A)...Tied for first on team in power play goals (7)...Led the team in plus/minus (+19)...Named NHL Player of the Week for the first time in his career (week of 3/23/98-3/29/98) with eight points (4G,4A) in four games...Led the team in shorthanded goals (3)...Longest point-scoring streak was a team-best eight games (5G,7A: 2/1/98-3/8/98)...Longest goal-scoring streak was a team-best six games (6G,2A: 12/30/97-1/8/98) and also marked a career best goal-scoring streak...Top single-game point total was four (2G, 2A at Florida on 3/23/98)...Appeared in 500th career game on 3/12/98 against New Jersey...Registered a goal and an assist against Calgary on 11/23/97; the assist was 300th point of career...1996-97: Was second in goals (26) and in penalty minutes (161) and fourth in points (51) on Whalers...Scored a goal, the 100th of his career, against Buffalo on 11/9/96...Appeared in his first game as a Whaler against Florida on 10/12/96...Suspended by the NHL for two games (1/1/97-1/2/97) for slashing Joe Juneau of Washington... 1995-96: Sixth in scoring for Red Wings with 52 points (27G, 25A) in 74 games...Registered seven game-winning goals...Missed eight games because of a rib injury (11/2/95-11/24/95)...In six seasons with Detroit, Primeau appeared in 363 games, scoring 97 goals and 133 assists for 230 points...1993-94: Finished the season with NHL career highs in assists (42), points (73), and penalty minutes (173)...1991-92: Member of AHL Calder Cup Champion Adirondack...1990-91: Scored first NHL goal on 12/11/90 vs. Buffalo...1989-90: OHL Second-Team All-Star center...Led OHL in points (127) and goals (57) and was third in assists (70) with the Niagara Falls Thunder.

Regular Season

Season Team GP G A TP PIM +/- PP SHG GW S Pct
1987-88 HAMO, OHL 47 6 6 12 69 0 0 0 0 0 0.00
1988-89 NIAG, OHL 48 20 35 55 56 0 0 0 0 0 0.00
1989-90 NIAG, OHL 65 57 70 127 97 0 0 0 0 0 0.00
1990-91 DETR, NHL 58 3 12 15 106 -12 0 0 1 33 9.09
1990-91 ADIR, AHL 6 3 5 8 8 0 0 0 0 0 0.00
1991-92 DETR, NHL 35 6 10 16 83 9 0 0 0 27 22.22
1991-92 ADIR, AHL 42 21 24 45 89 0 0 0 0 0 0.00
1992-93 DETR, NHL 73 15 17 32 152 -6 4 1 2 75 20.00
1993-94 DETR, NHL 78 31 42 73 173 34 7 3 4 155 20.00
1994-95 DETR, NHL 45 15 27 42 99 17 1 0 3 96 15.63
1995-96 DETR, NHL 74 27 25 52 168 19 6 2 7 150 18.00
1996-97 HART, NHL 75 26 25 51 161 -3 6 3 2 169 15.38
1997-98 CARO, NHL 81 26 37 63 110 19 7 3 2 180 14.44
1997-98 CDNO, OLYMP 6 2 1 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 0.00
1998-99 CARO, NHL 78 30 32 62 75 8 9 1 5 178 16.85
1999-00 PHIL, NHL 23 7 10 17 31 10 1 0 1 51 13.73
2000-01 PHIL, NHL 71 34 39 73 76 17 11 0 4 165 20.61
2001-02 PHIL, NHL 75 19 29 48 128 -3 5 0 3 151 12.58
2002-03 PHIL, NHL 80 19 27 46 93 4 6 0 4 171 11.11
2003-04 PHIL, NHL 54 7 15 22 80 11 0 1 2 86 8.14
2005-06 PHIL, NHL 9 1 6 7 6 0 1 0 0 12 8.33
NHL TOTALS 909 266 353 619 1541 124 64 14 40 1699 15.66

Playoffs

Season Team GP G A TP PIM +/- PP SHG GW S Pct
1988-89 NIAG, OHL 17 9 16 25 12 0 0 0 0 0 0.00
1989-90 NIAG, OHL 16 16 17 33 49 0 0 0 0 0 0.00
1990-91 DETR, NHL 5 1 1 2 25 3 0 0 0 2 50.00
1991-92 DETR, NHL 11 0 0 0 14 -1 0 0 0 11 0.00
1991-92 ADIR, AHL 9 1 7 8 27 0 0 0 0 0 0.00
1992-93 DETR, NHL 7 0 2 2 26 1 0 0 0 7 0.00
1993-94 DETR, NHL 7 0 2 2 6 0 0 0 0 12 0.00
1994-95 DETR, NHL 17 4 5 9 45 -2 2 0 0 34 11.76
1995-96 DETR, NHL 17 1 4 5 28 -1 0 0 0 40 2.50
1998-99 CARO, NHL 6 0 3 3 6 -3 0 0 0 9 0.00
1999-00 PHIL, NHL 18 2 11 13 13 -4 0 0 1 37 5.41
2000-01 PHIL, NHL 4 0 3 3 8 -3 0 0 0 10 0.00
2001-02 PHIL, NHL 5 0 0 0 6 -3 0 0 0 8 0.00
2002-03 PHIL, NHL 13 1 1 2 14 -2 0 0 0 28 3.57
2003-04 PHIL, NHL 18 9 7 16 22 11 0 2 3 44 20.45
NHL TOTALS 128 18 39 57 213 -4 2 2 4 242 7.44