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Jamie Langenbrunner
Jamie Langenbrunner
Right Wing
Number: 15
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 205
Shoots: Right
Born: Jul 24, 1975
Birthplace: Cloquet, MN, United States
Acquired: Traded to DEVILS by Dallas with Joe Nieuwendyk for Jason Arnott, Randy McKay and DEVILS' first-round choice (later traded to Buffalo-Dan Paille) in 2002 Entry Draft, March 19, 2002.
Drafted: DAL / 1993 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 2nd (35th overall)
LAST SEASON: Completed his 11th NHL season, including sixth season with New Jersey... Appeared in his 800th NHL game April 1 at NY Islanders... Recorded points in seven straight appearances January 18-February 4 (3g-5a-8pts), but missed contest January 29 vs. Pittsburgh (ill)... Recorded season-high five-game assist/point-scoring streak November 21-30 (9a/pts); also had 4-game point-scoring stretch January 18-24 (2g-3a-5pts)... Tallied points in three straight games twice: February 9-15 (1g-4a-5pts) and February 1-4 (1g-2a-3pts)... Also had points in back-to-back games January 2-4 (1g-2a-3pts)... Finished third on squad with 12 multiple-point games overall; matched career high with three assists November 23 at Atlanta... Tallied two two-goal games: December 13 at Boston and in season-debut November 14 vs. NY Rangers... Had four 1g-1a-2pt games, most recently February 13 vs. Ottawa; as well as five two-assist games, most recently March 8 at Toronto... Named Devils’ eighth captain December 5... Tied franchise record (J. MacLean, Mar. 27-31, ‘87) with assists on six straight goals November 21-24... Missed 17 games October 4-November 12 and entire pre-season slate with groin injury; ended career-high games-played streak at 144
overall... Posted game-determining goals March 28 vs. Philadelphia and March 13 at Minnesota; was 3-6 in shootouts overall... Added 4a in five playoff contests; 4a was tied for team lead (Z. Parise)... Four career playoff overtime goals are tied for second (C. Drury, J. Jagr & J. Roenick) among active players (J. Sakic, 7)... Six career game-winning goals are tied for most in team history (P. Elias, C. Lemieux, S. Stevens & P. Sykora).


2006-07: Was one of six players in Devils’ lineup to appear in all 82 games; has appeared in career-high 144 straight overall… Totals include his 200th point as a Devil with assist April 8 vs. NY Islanders, 300th game with club March 24 at Florida, and his 100th assist with team December 26 vs. Pittsburgh…Careerhigh (tie, ‘97-98) 23 goals were third on squad, career-high 60 points were tied for third (S. Gomez); also set career highs with 37 assists, team-leading 12 power play goals, seven game-winning tallies (tie, Z. Parise), and 243 shots (tie, ‘05-06)…Sixty points include 30 points at the Meadowlands/30 points on the road…Named NHL’s Second Star of the Week for period ending February 4; led league with 2g-5a-7pts…Posted career/team season-high nine-game point-scoring streak January 30-February 17 (3g-11a-14pts)…Recorded three fourgame streaks: December 14-19 (3g-4a-7pts), November 11-18 (5g-1a-6pts) and October 12-18 (2g-2a-4pts)…Goals in four straight November 11-18 were a team-season high (tie, B. Gionta & Parise)…Posted points in three straight games twice, most recently February 25-March 2 (3g-1a-4pts); stretch included power play goals in three straight…Also had points in back-to-back games three times, most recently April 5-8 (1g- 1a-2pts)…Posted 12 multiple-point games overall, including three season-high three-point efforts: three assists January 30 at Atlanta to match career high, 1g-2a December 17 at NY Rangers and 2g-1a November 17 vs. Ottawa…Had nine twopoint outings: five 1g-1a games, most recently February 25 at Washington, and four two assist games overall, most recently March 15 at Carolina…Recorded game-determining goal February 22 at NY Rangers; was 3-5 in shootouts overall… Added 2g-6a-8pts while appearing in all 11 post-season contests…Scored overtime goal in game two of Eastern Conference Semifinals vs. Ottawa; four career playoff overtime goals are tied for second (C. Drury, J. Jagr & J. Roenick) among active players (J. Sakic, 7)…Six career game-winning goals are tied for most in team history (P. Elias, C. Lemieux, S. Stevens & P. Sykora)…Signed new multi-year contract July 1, 2006.

Finished third on squad with 19g-34a-53pts; surpassed previous season’s goal (10), assist (16), and point (26) totals…Posted a career-high 34 assists (since surpassed) and 243 shots (since tied); had more points on the road (29) than at home (24)…Notched only game-winning goal of season April 18 in season-finale at Montreal for first GWG since November 5, 2003…Recorded eight power play goals overall; posted just 6 PPG in previous two-plus seasons with NJD…Appeared in his 600th NHL game December 3 vs. Minnesota…Posted 1a November 23 at Florida for his 100th point as a Devil; first of 2a October 26 vs. Tampa Bay was the 200th of his NHL career…Finished second on Devils with 3g-10a- 13pts in nine post-season games; was tied for first (P. Elias) with 10a…One of three players (B. Gionta & B. Rafalski) with points in each game of Eastern Conference Quarterfinals vs. NY Rangers…Totals included 1g-3a-4pts in game one…

Appeared in World Cup of Hockey for Team USA…Saw action in 11 regular-season and 11 playoff contests with Ingolstadt of the German Elite League…Was tied for team lead with 6a, and tied for second with seven points in post-season…Teammates included former Devils’ defenseman K. Sutton…

Completed season tied for second (J. Pandolfo) on Devils with two shorthanded goals…Played in season-high 29 straight contests January 29-March 26…Assist January 31 was his first point since assist November 25 at Los Angeles; missed 28 games November 30-January 27 with knee injury…Goal November 5 vs. San Jose marked his second overtime tally with Devils and fourth in career…Recorded assist October 28 at the NY Islanders for his 300th career point in his 100th game as a Devil…

Completed first full season with Devils ranked third with 22 goals and tied for second (S. Gomez) with 55pts…Thirty-one of 55pts were scored on home ice; 13g at the Meadowlands were second on team…Tied for second (Elias & Gomez) among the club’s forwards with plus-17 mark…Played in 63 straight games from November 29 through end of regular-season sked; missed 4 games November 19-27 with viral infection…Had points in season-high seven straight outings February 23-March 8 (4g-6a-10pts); stretch was 1 game shy of matching then-career high…Recorded 2g-1a- 3pts November 15 vs. Montreal, including his 100th lifetime goal, and 2g November 12 vs. Anaheim, including OT tally…Appeared in his 500th NHL contest February 18 at Philadelphia…Tied teammate S. Niedermayer for first in league playoff scoring with 11g-7a-18pts; 11g were also tops in league…Along with J. Friesen, led league/matched franchise mark with four GWG in a playoff year (N. Broten, ’95)…Led New Jersey with 5g during ECQF vs. Boston…Plus-11 mark was first among all NHL forwards…Scored OT goal in game 2 of ECSF vs. Tampa Bay…

Acquired March 19, 2002; despite trade, still managed to appear in 82 games – 68 with Dallas and 14 with New Jersey…Reached the 10g/30pt mark for the sixth straight year…Made Devils’ debut March 20 at Chicago…Two of his 3g with New Jersey were GW tallies…Posted +2 mark with Devils after going -11 with Stars…Was tied for team lead (K. Daneyko) with eight penalty minutes during the Stanley Cup Playoffs…

Injuries limited his playing time to career-low 53 games for first time…Missed 27 games due to abdominal injury, including 22 straight December 21-February 9; underwent surgery to repair abdominal muscle December 28…Recorded his 200th career point with assist February 21 vs. Minnesota…Recorded second career playoff OT goal in game 1 of WCQF vs. Edmonton…

Led Stars with +16 mark; was second in game-winning goals (six), third in goals (18) and fourth in points (39)…Recorded his 100th career assist December 15 vs. Calgary…Missed 11 games January 11-February 3 with pinched nerve in his neck…Appeared in his 300th game March 13 at the NY Rangers…Missed 5 playoff games with sprained knee; saw action in game 4 of SCF vs. New Jersey…

1998-99: Posted a then career-high 33a…Recorded his 100th career point with power play goal October 24 vs. San Jose…December 20 contest at Ottawa marked his 200th NHL game…Missed 5 games January 8-15 with shoulder injury…Member of Dallas’ Stanley Cup Championship squad; teammates included G. Marshall and R. Matvichuk…Tied for first in league with 4 PPG and tied for second with 10g during playoffs…Figured in scoring on seven of Stars’ 16 GWG (3g-4a-7pts)…Had post-season career-high six-game scoring stretch April 23- May 10 (3g-4a-7pts)…Led Stars with 5g in WCF vs. Colorado…

Member of Stars’ Presidents’ Trophy-winning team…Played in 81 of 82 games; missed 1 game with whiplash…Posted career-high 23g; point-total (52) was highest among the league’s second-year players…Appeared in his 100th NHL contest October 21 vs. Vancouver…Lone playoff tally was OT game-winner in game 5 of WCF vs. Detroit; missed 1 post-season game with shoulder injury…Represented United States at 1998 Olympic Winter Games in Nagano…

Finished sixth among NHL first-year players with 13g-26a-39pts while also named Stars’ Rookie of the Year…Had then-career/team season-high eight-game pointscoring streak January 25-February 8 (1g-10a-11pts); stretch included career-high 6-game assist streak January 29-February 8 (8a)…Point-total was second most-ever by a Dallas rookie (J. Jokinen, 55pts, ’05-06) and most by a first-year player in franchise history since M. Modano in 1989-90 (75pts)…Was only rookie on club’s post-season roster…

1995-96: Split campaign between Dallas and Michigan (IHL); was K-Wings Most Valuable Player and Rookie of the Year…Was runner-up for the IHL’s Ken McKenzie Trophy as top American-born rookie and overall Rookie of the Year…

Was a member of the 1994 and ’95 U.S. National Junior Teams…Led Peterborough (OHL) across the board with 42g-57a-99pts in 1994-95; surpassed his own Petes’ record for points set one year earlier…Made Stars/NHL debut later that season…Named Peterborough’s Rookie of the Year in 1993-94, while leading club with 91pts…Selected as Minnesota’s High School Player of the Year in 1992-93.

Married, wife’s name is Elizabeth…The Langenbrunners have three children: daughter Laine, and sons Landon and Mason…Was an All-Conference selection in baseball while at Cloquet High School (MN)…Hobbies include golf, tennis and baseball… His dream foursome includes Tiger Woods, Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer…Serves as Devils’ Hockey Fights Cancer All-Star Captain…Lists the Minnesota Vikings as his favorite non-hockey team…Lists Seinfeld and The Usual Suspects as his favorite TV show and movie respectively; The DaVinci Code as his favorite book.