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Jason Arnott
Jason Arnott
Center
Number: 25
Height: 6' 5"
Weight: 220
Shoots: Right
Born: Oct 11, 1974
Birthplace: Collingwood, ON, Canada
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Drafted: EDM / 1993 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 1st (7th overall)

2009-10 SEASON
Traded to New Jersey June 19, 2010; is looking to become 19th player to be re-acquired and see action with club, joining T. Albelin, S. Clemmensen, J. Dowd, B. Holik, C. Lemieux, V. Malakhov, G. McAdam, A. Mogilny, K. Oliwa, P. Rheaume, S. Richer, B. Rolston, M. Rupp, A. Salmela, C. Schwab, B. Shanahan, K. Sutton and C. Terreri…Is one of just five players in NHL history to appear in 200-or-more games with four teams (Edm., NJ, Dal. & Nsh.); joined D. Andreychuk, B. McCrimmon, L. Murphy and P. Turgeon…Saw action in 64 games during fourth/final season in Nashville; posted 19g-27a- 46pts…Totals included two season-high four-game point-scoring streaks: November 19-25 (4g-2a-6pts) and March 12-18 (1g-4a- 5pts)…Also had two 3-game streaks: December 5-10 (2g-2a-4pts) and February 14-March 4 (2g-1a-3pts)…Recorded points in backto- back games four times, most recently April 7-10 (1g-1a- 2pts)…Totals showed nine multiple-point games, including seasonhigh 1g-3a-4pts February 4 vs. Colorado…Had two three-point games: 2g-1a December 2 at Minnesota and 1g-2a January 2 vs. Anaheim…Posted six 2pt contests, including two goals November 19 vs. New Jersey…Recorded three 1g-1a efforts, most recently March 18 vs. Minnesota, as well as two two-assist games, most recently December 8 vs. Vancouver…Missed 19 games due to injury, including eight straight March 21-April 3…Was 1-2 in shootouts overall…Scored 2g in game six of Eastern Conference Quarterfinals vs. Chicago.

CAREER
2008-09: Reached 1,000 NHL games-played mark December 20 vs. NY Islanders; recorded 800th point with goal January 28 vs. Vancouver…Reached 50-plus point mark for 11th time; set Predators’ franchise mark/tied career high with 33 goals (‘93- 94)…Became first player in franchise history to post three straight 20-goal seasons; hit mark for tenth consecutive year and for 12th time in career…Also led team with five game-winning goals and 16.8 shooting percentage; ranked second on club in points (57), power play goals (9) and shots (196)…Recorded season-high sixgame point-scoring streak February 3-12 (5g-2a-7pts)…Posted three 4-game goal-scoring streaks over his final 22 appearances: February 3-8 (4g), February 24-March 3 (6g) and April 4-10 (6g)…Led team with 14 multiple-point/six multiple-goal games; totals showed four three-point games, including eighth career hat trick February 28 vs. Detroit…Notched first career gamedetermining goal in only attempt of season April 9 at Detroit…Missed 17 games due to injury: March 12-April 3 (concussion), January 11-15 (lower body) and October 15-18 (finger)…2007-08: Appeared in his 900th NHL contest October 23 at Los Angeles; 79 games played were his most in four seasons in Nashville…Led squad/matched career high with 44 assists (‘05-06) and 248 shots (’96-97)…Was first on team with career-high 13 power play goals; topped 10 PPG mark for third straight season…Tied for team lead with 72 points (J.P. Dumont), was first with plus-19 mark and second with 28g (Dumont, 29)…Recorded points in ten consecutive appearances January 15-February 7 (3g- 8a-11pts), but missed contest February 2 due to injury…Posted season-high 8-game point-scoring streak January 15-31 (3g-5a- 8pts)…Registered 17 multiple-point/three multi-goal games, including season-high 3g-1a-4pts December 22 vs. Los Angeles for first hat trick with Nashville…Reached/surpassed 700pt mark in NHL career with 2g-1a-3pts in season-opener October 4 vs. Colorado; posted 400th career assist October 27 vs. Florida…Appeared in NHL All-Star Game for second time; posted 1a…Named NHL’s Third Star of the Week for period ending December 23; posted 4g- 34 4a-8pts in 4 games…Set franchise single-game mark with 12 shots December 4 at Toronto…Named fourth captain in team history September 12…Scored GWG in game three of Western Conference Quarterfinals vs. Detroit, marking first time in history a team overcame a deficit within 10 seconds (R. Suter tied game 9 sec. earlier)…Appeared in his 100th career playoff game in game 4 of the series…Missed two playoff games due to injury…2006-07: Tied for Nashville lead with 27g (D. Legwand); led squad with 12 PP goals…Finished second on club with 6 GWG to match career high (’02-03)…Totals included season-high 7-game pointscoring stretch January 18-February 3 (4g-5a-9pts)…Recorded 13 multiple-point/five multi-goal games, including two season-high 3pt efforts: 2g-1a January 5 at Chicago and 2g-1a March 8 vs. Calgary…Posted his 100th career PPG December 21 vs. Buffalo; reached/surpassed 300g mark March 8…Missed 14 games due to injury, including 11 straight November 22-December 12 with knee injury…Appeared in all five post-season games; scored goals in back-to-back games April 18-20 vs. San Jose…2005-06: Saw action in career-high 81 games during final season with Dallas; was a healthy “scratch” in April 18 season-finale at Columbus…Finished third on squad with career-high 44a (since tied) and second with career-high 76pts; was second with 32g…Recorded 19 multiple-point/six multi-goal games, including season-high 1g-3a-4pts in season-opener October 5 vs. Los Angeles…Recorded sixth career hat trick November 16 at Anaheim; scored at even strength, with the man advantage and shorthanded…Recorded points in 16 of 18 games January 16-March 7 (10g-12a-22pts)…Stretch included season-high 6- game point-scoring streak January 16-26 (4g-3a-7pts), as well as 5-game point-scoring stretches January 30-February 9 (2g-5a-7pts) and February 12-March 7 (4g-4a-8pts)…Appeared in 800th career game February 10 at San Jose; reached/surpassed 600pt mark with 3a December 26 at St. Louis…Was 0-1 in SO attempts…2004-05: Did not see any action during lockout…2003-04: Led Dallas with 36a and +23 mark; was second with 57pts and 5 GWG…Appeared in 700th career game December 20 at Tampa Bay; recorded 300th assist November 21 vs. Los Angeles…Posted season-high 7-game point-scoring streak February 20-March 5 (4g-8a- 12pts)…Recorded 12 multiple-point/two multi-goal games, including season-high 1g-3a-4pts October 29 vs. Calgary…Notched fifth career hat trick February 20 vs. Colorado…2002-03: Appeared in his 600th NHL game October 30 vs. Florida; reached 500pt mark with 1g-1a-2pts March 9 vs. San Jose…Tied for first on Dallas with career-high 6 GWG (since tied); recorded last game-tying goal of career February 21 vs. Phoenix…Posted ten multiple-point games/three multi-goal games, including fourth career hat trick December 4 vs. Montreal…Totaled two season-high 4-game point-scoring streaks: January 7-18 (3g-2a-5pts) and March 9-15 (4g-3a- 7pts)…Missed nine early-season contests with sprained ankle…2001-02: Began campaign with New Jersey; saw action in 63 games until March 19 trade to Dallas (10 games)…Combined for 25g-20a-45pts; totals included season-high 4-game point-scoring streak December 12-19 (2g-2a- 4pts)…Recorded nine multiple-point/five multi-goal games, including two season-high 4pt games over a 4-game span: 2g-2a October 11 vs. NY Islanders/October 18 vs. San Jose…Posted third career hat trick February 10 vs. Buffalo…Notched 200th career NHL goal April 5 vs. Colorado, reached 200pt mark with New Jersey with goal December 12 vs. NY Islanders and appeared in 300th game with squad March 5 at Phoenix…2000-01: An unsigned free agent who sat out training camp and season’s first 19 games; agreed to terms November 19…Made season-debut November 22 at Anaheim; began first of three season-high 4-game point-scoring streaks through November 29 (4g-3a-7pts)…Totaled 18 multiple-point/three multi-goal games, including season-high 1g-3a-4pts December 5 vs. Colorado…Despite time missed, finished fifth on squad with 21g-34a-55pts, while posting career-high +23 mark (since tied)…Combined with linemates P. Elias and P. Sykora for 96g-136a-232pts and +104 rating…Appeared in 500th career NHL contest January 27 at Boston; reached 200 games-played mark with New Jersey December 27 vs. Columbus…Reached/surpassed 400pt mark with 1g-2a-3pts March 2 vs. Carolina…Reached 100-assist mark with New Jersey with 2a March 23 vs. Vancouver…Missed 6 games February 17-27 with back injury…Posted 8g-7a-15pts en-route to second straight Stanley Cup Finals appearance…Matched previous season’s career high by seeing action in 23 of 25 post-season contests…Also matched career high of 8g; led team and was tied for first in league with 5 PPG…1999-00: Played in 76 games, his highest total since appearing in 78 during 1993-94 rookie season…Finished third on Devils with career-high plus-22 mark (since surpassed)…Recorded points in ten of 11 games December 26-January 15 (2g-10a-12pts); failed to score only January 5 at Pittsburgh…Stretch included two season-high 5-game point-scoring streaks: January 6-15 (1g-4a-5pts) and December 26-January 3 (1g-6a-7pts)…Had 11 multiplepoint games overall, including two season-high 3pt efforts: 1g-2a January 19 vs. Chicago and 3a December 3 vs. Ottawa…Totals included two multiple-goal games, including first overtime tally with New Jersey during April 8 season-finale vs. Florida…Appeared in his 400th career NHL game October 13 vs. Anaheim; recorded 200th assist February 9 vs. NY Rangers…Picked up 100th point with New Jersey with assist January 14 vs. Washington…Continued centering the “A” line with Elias at left wing and Sykora on right wing…Named alternate captain late in season…Missed 3 games October 27-20 after being hit in mouth with puck…Posted Cupclinching goal at 8:20 of second overtime in game 6 of Stanley Cup Finals at Dallas…Tied for first on squad/tied for third in NHL with 8g-12a-20pts; fell 1pt shy of matching S. Richer’s franchise record (21, ’94-95)…Led club with 2g-5a-7pts in ECF vs. Philadelphia, as well as 4g-3a-7pts in SCF vs. Dallas…1998-99: Appeared in 74 games during first full season with New Jersey; gamesplayed total was his most since 1993-94 rookie campaign (78)…Suffered off-season left finger injury during July fishing mishap; underwent surgery in August and missed most of training camp…Made season-debut in home-opener October 14 vs. Pittsburgh; posted 11g-11a-22pts in first 45 games through February 4…Beginning February 6, played center on line with Elias and Sykora; trio was among the club’s most productive ever…Was New Jersey’s second-leading scorer with 16g-16a-32pts in 29 games through end of regular-season schedule; 16g during span was tops on club…Recorded 12 multiple-point/four multi-goal games, including three seasonhigh 3pt efforts: 1g-2a March 25 vs. Pittsburgh, 2g-1a March 17 at Edmonton and 1g-2a February 17 vs. Tampa Bay…Reached 300pt mark in his 100th appearance with team March 17…Posted points in seven straight appearances March 25-April 12 (5g-5a-10pts), but missed 3 games with hip injury; stretch included season-high 4-game point-scoring streak (6g-1a-7pts)…1997-98: Began fifth NHL season with Edmonton; acquired by New Jersey January 4 and made Devils’ debut January 7 vs. Pittsburgh…Notched first goal with squad January 10 at Pittsburgh; recorded first point January 9 vs. Tampa Bay…Appeared in 70 games overall; saw action in 35 games with each team…Recorded seven multiple-point/two multi-goal games; reached 100g mark with season-high 2g-1a-3pts November 30 vs. San Jose…Posted season-high 3-game pointscoring stretch January 20-24 (1g-2a-3pts)…Appeared in his 300th NHL contest February 8 at Ottawa…Missed seven of 11 games December 10-January 4 with shoulder injury; also missed five of six contests April 8-18 with bruised hip…Underwent superficial sensory nerve surgery May 1; suffered injury while sitting on bench after teammate R. McKay accidentally lacerated his wrist…1996-97: Appeared in 67 games during final full season with Edmonton…Finished fourth on club with 19g-38a-57pts; was fourth or higher during each of his four seasons with Oilers…Thirty-St. Louis…Was 0-1 in SO attempts…2004-05: Did not see any action during lockout…2003-04: Led Dallas with 36a and +23 mark; was second with 57pts and 5 GWG…Appeared in 700th career game December 20 at Tampa Bay; recorded 300th assist November 21 vs. Los Angeles…Posted season-high 7-game point-scoring streak February 20-March 5 (4g-8a- 12pts)…Recorded 12 multiple-point/two multi-goal games, including season-high 1g-3a-4pts October 29 vs. Calgary…Notched fifth career hat trick February 20 vs. Colorado…2002-03: Appeared in his 600th NHL game October 30 vs. Florida; reached 500pt mark with 1g-1a-2pts March 9 vs. San Jose…Tied for first on Dallas with career-high 6 GWG (since tied); recorded last game-tying goal of career February 21 vs. Phoenix…Posted ten multiple-point games/three multi-goal games, including fourth career hat trick December 4 vs. Montreal…Totaled two season-high 4-game point-scoring streaks: January 7-18 (3g-2a-5pts) and March 9-15 (4g-3a- 7pts)…Missed nine early-season contests with sprained ankle…2001-02: Began campaign with New Jersey; saw action in 63 games until March 19 trade to Dallas (10 games)…Combined for 25g-20a-45pts; totals included season-high 4-game point-scoring streak December 12-19 (2g-2a- 4pts)…Recorded nine multiple-point/five multi-goal games, including two season-high 4pt games over a 4-game span: 2g-2a October 11 vs. NY Islanders/October 18 vs. San Jose…Posted third career hat trick February 10 vs. Buffalo…Notched 200th career NHL goal April 5 vs. Colorado, reached 200pt mark with New Jersey with goal December 12 vs. NY Islanders and appeared in 300th game with squad March 5 at Phoenix…2000-01: An unsigned free agent who sat out training camp and season’s first 19 games; agreed to terms November 19…Made season-debut November 22 at Anaheim; began first of three season-high 4-game point-scoring streaks through November 29 (4g-3a-7pts)…Totaled 18 multiple-point/three multi-goal games, including season-high 1g-3a-4pts December 5 vs. Colorado…Despite time missed, finished fifth on squad with 21g-34a-55pts, while posting career-high +23 mark (since tied)…Combined with linemates P. Elias and P. Sykora for 96g-136a-232pts and +104 rating…Appeared in 500th career NHL contest January 27 at Boston; reached 200 games-played mark with New Jersey December 27 vs. Columbus…Reached/surpassed 400pt mark with 1g-2a-3pts March 2 vs. Carolina…Reached 100-assist mark with New Jersey with 2a March 23 vs. Vancouver…Missed 6 games February 17-27 with back injury…Posted 8g-7a-15pts en-route to second straight Stanley Cup Finals appearance…Matched previous season’s career high by seeing action in 23 of 25 post-season contests…Also matched career high of 8g; led team and was tied for first in league with 5 PPG…1999-00: Played in 76 games, his highest total since appearing in 78 during 1993-94 rookie season…Finished third on Devils with career-high plus-22 mark (since surpassed)…Recorded points in ten of 11 games December 26-January 15 (2g-10a-12pts); failed to score only January 5 at Pittsburgh…Stretch included two season-high 5-game point-scoring streaks: January 6-15 (1g-4a-5pts) and December 26-January 3 (1g-6a-7pts)…Had 11 multiplepoint games overall, including two season-high 3pt efforts: 1g-2a January 19 vs. Chicago and 3a December 3 vs. Ottawa…Totals included two multiple-goal games, including first overtime tally with New Jersey during April 8 season-finale vs. Florida…Appeared in his 400th career NHL game October 13 vs. Anaheim; recorded 200th assist February 9 vs. NY Rangers…Picked up 100th point with New Jersey with assist January 14 vs. Washington…Continued centering the “A” line with Elias at left wing and Sykora on right wing…Named alternate captain late in season…Missed 3 games October 27-20 after being hit in mouth with puck…Posted Cupclinching goal at 8:20 of second overtime in game 6 of Stanley Cup Finals at Dallas…Tied for first on squad/tied for third in NHL with 8g-12a-20pts; fell 1pt shy of matching S. Richer’s franchise record (21, ’94-95)…Led club with 2g-5a-7pts in ECF vs. Philadelphia, as well as 4g-3a-7pts in SCF vs. Dallas…1998-99: Appeared in 74 games during first full season with New Jersey; gamesplayed total was his most since 1993-94 rookie campaign (78)…Suffered off-season left finger injury during July fishing mishap; underwent surgery in August and missed most of training camp…Made season-debut in home-opener October 14 vs. Pittsburgh; posted 11g-11a-22pts in first 45 games through February 4…Beginning February 6, played center on line with Elias and Sykora; trio was among the club’s most productive ever…Was New Jersey’s second-leading scorer with 16g-16a-32pts in 29 games through end of regular-season schedule; 16g during span was tops on club…Recorded 12 multiple-point/four multi-goal games, including three seasonhigh 3pt efforts: 1g-2a March 25 vs. Pittsburgh, 2g-1a March 17 at Edmonton and 1g-2a February 17 vs. Tampa Bay…Reached 300pt mark in his 100th appearance with team March 17…Posted points in seven straight appearances March 25-April 12 (5g-5a-10pts), but missed 3 games with hip injury; stretch included season-high 4-game point-scoring streak (6g-1a-7pts)…1997-98: Began fifth NHL season with Edmonton; acquired by New Jersey January 4 and made Devils’ debut January 7 vs. Pittsburgh…Notched first goal with squad January 10 at Pittsburgh; recorded first point January 9 vs. Tampa Bay…Appeared in 70 games overall; saw action in 35 games with each team…Recorded seven multiple-point/two multi-goal games; reached 100g mark with season-high 2g-1a-3pts November 30 vs. San Jose…Posted season-high 3-game pointscoring stretch January 20-24 (1g-2a-3pts)…Appeared in his 300th NHL contest February 8 at Ottawa…Missed seven of 11 games December 10-January 4 with shoulder injury; also missed five of six contests April 8-18 with bruised hip…Underwent superficial sensory nerve surgery May 1; suffered injury while sitting on bench after teammate R. McKay accidentally lacerated his wrist…1996-97: Appeared in 67 games during final full season with Edmonton…Finished fourth on club with 19g-38a-57pts; was fourth or higher during each of his four seasons with Oilers…Thirty-eight assists were second on squad and his most with Edmonton…Recorded two season-high 6- game point-scoring streaks: October 11-24 (5g-4a-9pts) and November 1-11 (2g-6a- 8pts)…Posted six multiple-point games, including season-high 2g-2a-4pts October 14 at Phoenix…Represented Edmonton at All-Star Game in San Jose…Played in his 200th NHL game November 7 at Boston, posted 100th assist two nights later at Toronto and reached 200pt mark January 21 at NY Rangers…Missed nine of 12 games December 28-January 26 with left ankle injury and four matches March 24-31 with lower back strain…Made NHL playoff debut; posted 3g-6a-9pts, including assist on R. Smyth’s second overtime tally in game five of WCQF at Dallas…Served as one of three alternate captains for Team Canada at World Cup tourney…1995-96: Finished third on team with 28g-31a-59pts; was second in goals and third in assists…Posted career-high 9-game point-scoring streak November 4-20 (4g-8a- 12pts)…Recorded 14 multiple-point games/four multi-goal games, including second NHL hat trick with career-high 3g-2a-5pts March 23 at Montreal…Missed 7 games October 10-22 with concussion/facial lacerations after struck in face in October 8 season-opener vs. Detroit…1994- 95: Finished second on squad with 15g/37pts; was third with 22a…125 penalty minutes was first among the club’s forwards…Totals included two season-high 4-game point-scoring streaks: March 14-22 (4g-4a-8pts) and April 9-17 (2g-2a-4pts)…Recorded eight multiple-point games, including three 3pt games, most recently first career hat trick March 20 vs. Calgary…Appeared in his 100th NHL game/posted 1g-1a-2pts March 8 at San Jose; recorded 100th point with assist April 15 vs. Calgary…Missed contest April 25 with an automatic 1-game suspension following his third game misconduct penalty…Missed 4 games in March/April due to knee injury…1993-94: Led Edmonton with career-high 33g (since tied), while establishing franchise rookie record (J. Kurri, 32, ’80-81)…Also finished second on squad with 68pts and tied for third with 35a…Finished second in voting for the Calder Trophy to current teammate M. Brodeur; was one of two Oilers named to NHL All-Rookie Team (B. Mirinov)…Named NHL Rookie of the Year by The Hockey News, The Sporting News and Beckett Publications…Posted season-high 5-game point-scoring streak January 7-15 (1g-7a-8pts), after missing 3 games following December 28 appendectomy…Recorded 17 multiple-point efforts, including two 3pt games, most recently 2g-1a February 6 vs. Winnipeg…Scored a goal in his first NHL contest, October 6 vs. San Jose…Played for Gold Medal-winning Team Canada at World Championships in Milan, Italy…OTHER: Played two seasons of junior hockey for the OHL’s Oshawa Generals and was selected to play in the 1993 CHL All-Star Game.

PERSONAL INFORMATION
Married, wife’s name is Dina…The couple has two children: son, Chase, and daughter, Alexa, and a dog named Rocky…Enjoys hunting, fishing, golfing and boating…Lists The Shawshank Redemption as his favorite movie and Entourage as his favorite TV show…Would like to meet Bruce Willis…Lists his series-clinching goal in double overtime of game seven of the 2000 Stanley Cup Finals as his favorite hockey memory…First job was cleaning cars for his parents.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
1st NHL GP: 10/6/93, SJ 2 @ Edm. 3 • 1st NHL Goal: 10/6/93, SJ 2 @ Edm. 3 vs. A. Irbe • 1st NHL Assist: 10/8/93, NYI 1 @ Edm. 5 • Most Goals in Game: 3; 8 times, last time 2/28/09, Det. 0 @ Nsh. 8 • Most Assists in Game: 3; 12 times, last time 2/4/10, Col. 3 @ Nsh. 5 • Most Pts. in Game: 5; 3/23/96, Edm. 6 @ Mtl. 5 (3g-2a) • Most PIM in Game: 27; 3/31/01, NYR 4 @ NJ 3 (min., maj., 2 game misc.) • Most Shots in Game: 12; 12/4/07, Nsh. 1 @ Tor. 3 • GP Streak: 81; 10/5/05- 4/17/06 • Goal-Scoring Streak: 4; 7 times, last time 4/4-10/09 (6g) • Assist-Scoring Streak: 6; 2/22-3/5/04 (8a) • Point-Scoring Streak: 9; 11/4-20/95 (4g-8a-12pts) • Penalties: 408 min., 24 maj., 12 misc., 11 game misc., 1 match • Multiple-Pt. Games: 146 2-pt. games, 42 3-pt. games, 9 4-pt. games, 1 5-pt. game

SCHEDULE

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STANDINGS

EASTERN CONFERENCE
  TEAM GP W L OT GF GA PTS
1 MTL 23 16 6 1 61 57 33
2 PIT 20 14 4 2 72 46 30
3 NYI 21 15 6 0 69 57 30
4 TBL 22 14 6 2 77 60 30
5 DET 21 11 5 5 59 52 27
6 BOS 23 13 9 1 59 57 27
7 TOR 21 11 8 2 67 63 24
8 OTT 21 10 7 4 58 56 24
9 NYR 20 9 7 4 57 58 22
10 WSH 20 9 8 3 56 54 21
11 NJD 22 9 10 3 53 63 21
12 FLA 19 7 6 6 41 51 20
13 PHI 20 8 9 3 57 61 19
14 CAR 20 6 11 3 48 62 15
15 CBJ 21 6 13 2 51 76 14
16 BUF 21 6 13 2 36 70 14

STATS

2014-2015 REGULAR SEASON
SKATERS: GP G A +/- Pts
J. Jagr 22 3 10 -2 13
M. Cammalleri 16 8 4 4 12
A. Henrique 16 6 6 4 12
M. Ryder 22 4 7 3 11
M. Zidlicky 22 3 8 -2 11
P. Elias 22 2 9 -8 11
T. Zajac 22 4 4 -2 8
D. Severson 22 4 4 2 8
E. Gelinas 18 2 5 3 7
T. Ruutu 21 5 1 2 6
 
GOALIES: W L OT Sv% GAA
C. Schneider 9 9 2 .916 2.56
S. Clemmensen 0 0 1 .852 4.71