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Ryane Clowe
Ryane Clowe
Left Wing  - NJD
Number: 29
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 225
Shoots: Left
Born: Sep 30, 1982  (Age 33)
Birthplace: St. John's, NL, Canada
Hometown: Mount Pearl, Newfoundland
Drafted: SJS / 2001 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 6th (175th overall)
2012-13: Split campaign between SanJose (28games) and NY Rangers(12); traded for first time in NHL career...Totaled three goals/16 assists/19 points overall; notched all 3g following Apr. 2 transaction...Posted season-high three-game assist/point-scoring streak Apr. 18-21 (1g-3a-4pts)...Recorded three multiple-point games, including season-high 2g- 1a-3pts in New York debut Apr. 3 vs. Pittsburgh...Appeared in his 400th career NHL contest Jan. 27 vs. Vancouver...Served 2-game suspension Feb. 23-26 for leaving the bench/starting an altercation Feb.22 at Chicago; was assessed a roughing penalty and game misconduct...Missed four contests Mar. 18-25 due to shoulder injury...Injuries also limited playing time to just two playoff games...Served as an assistant coach with San Francisco (ECHL) during NHL work stoppage...2011-12: Stats showed 17g-28a-45pts overall; reached 100-goal mark in NHL career Apr. 3 at Dallas...Recorded two season- high 4-game point-scoring streaks: Feb. 2-10 (1g-5a-6pts) and Nov. 3-10 (1g-3a- 4pts)...Posted nine multiple-point games, including two season-high three-point efforts: 1g-2a Mar. 19 vs. Anaheim and 3a Feb. 4 at Phoenix...Led San Jose with 97 penalty minutes; total included 21 minors, nine majors and one misconduct...Finished tied for second in NHL (5 others) with four game-deciding goals (5-11SO,45.5%); trailed only New Jersey’s I. Kovalchuk (7)...Missed five matches Jan. 19-31 with an upper body injury...Tied for Sharks’ lead (L. Couture & J. Thornton) with 3a in Stanley Cup Playoffs...2010-11: Established career highs with 24g/62pts and plus-13 mark; matched career high with 38a (2009-10)...Recorded two 5-game point-scoring streaks over a 12-game stretch Mar. 8- Apr. 2 (6g-8a-14pts); also notched points in five straight Dec. 6-13 (4g-5a-9pts)...Posted 16 multiple-point efforts, including 1g-2a-3pts Mar. 26 at Phoenix and Nov. 13 vs. Calgary...Also had two 2g games: Mar. 10 vs. Vancouver and Dec. 11 vs. Chicago...Reached/surpassed 100-assist mark in NHL career Nov. 13; registered his 200th career NHL point with goal Feb. 22 at Detroit; played in his 300th game Feb. 19 vs. Colorado...Missed four contests Jan. 15-22 with lower body injury, snapping career-high 129 consecutive games-played streak...Also missed last 3 games of regular-season schedule Apr. 6-9 with lower body injury...Played in 17 of 18 playoff games; finished with career-high 6g-9a-15pts en-route to Western Conference Finals...Matched career high with 3a in game four of WCSF at Detroit...Posted 2g in games 3-4 of WCQF at Los Angeles; also had 3a in game 1...2009-10: Appeared in all 82 games for only time in NHL career...Set career highs with 38a (since tied), 189 shots, and team-leading 131 PIM...Reached 100pt mark in NHL career with assist Oct. 30 vs. Colorado...Notched career-high 10-game point-scoring stretch Nov. 17-Dec. 9 (5g-7a-12pts)...Totaled ten 2pt games, including 2g Jan. 19 at Los Angeles...Scored on first career penalty shot attempt (GWG) Dec. 30 vs. Washington’s M. Neuvirth, marking San Jose’s first of 2 PS goals (Thornton) that evening...Tied franchise record with +4 mark in game 6 of WCQF vs. Colorado...Posted 2a in game 2, including overtime helper...2008-09: A member of San Jose's Presidents' Trophy-winning team...Finished tied for first on squad with career-high 11 power play goals (P. Marleau, D. Setoguchi & Thornton); entered campaign with six careerPPG...Recorded two season-high 4-game point-scoring streaks over a 9-game stretch on two occasions: Jan. 10-Feb. 5 (3g-9a-12pts) and Oct. 18-Nov. 6 (8g-3a-11pts)...Early-season stretch included career-high 4-game goal- scoring streak Oct. 30-Nov. 6 (5g)...Notched 12 multiple-point games, including career-high 4a/pts Jan. 17 vs. Detroit...Posted 3a Feb.10 at Boston and Nov.28 at Dallas; also had 2g Nov.22 vs.Washington and Nov. 6 vs.St. Louis...Missed 11 games Mar.19-Apr.7 with lower body injury...2007-08: Appeared in just 15 contests during third NHL season; missed 67 games Oct.29-Mar.28 as the result of knee injury suffered Oct.27 at Columbus...Notched season- high 2g Oct. 7 at Colorado; had assists/points in back-to-back games Mar.30-Apr.1 (2a) and Oct.15-18 (2a)...Finished post-season tied for first on SanJose (J.Pavelski) with 5g, including 2g in game 1 of WCQF vs. Calgary...2006-07: Saw action in 58 games during first full NHL season, including season-high 42 consecutive appearances Jan. 4 through end of regular-season schedule Apr. 7...Finished in the top-ten among first-year players with 16g (9th-tie w/G. Latendresse, Mtl.), 34pts (10th), 78 PIM (10th) and three game-winning goals (7th-tie w/3 others)...Total included season-high 6-game point-scoring streak Jan. 30-Feb. 13 (1g-7a-8pts)...Stats showed five season-high 3pt efforts over 14 appearances Jan. 6-Feb. 7, including lone career hat trick Jan. 6 vs. Columbus...Also posted multiple-goal games with 2g-1a Jan. 13 at Phoenix and 2g Jan. 4 vs. Detroit...Named NHL Rookie of the Month for January; posted 9g-7a-16pts in 11 games...Missed 14 games Dec. 2-31 due to groin injury and eight early-season contests with foot injury...Completed post-season first among NHL rookies/tied for first on squad (M. Michalek) with 4g...Scored first career playoff goal/point in game 2 of WCQF at Nashville...2005-06: Split campaign between San Jose and Cleveland (AHL) for last minor- league stint of pro career...Barons’ teammates included current Devils’ forward S. Bernier...Recorded first two NHL points with 2a Oct. 8 at St. Louis...Made NHL playoff debut in game 4 of WCSF at Edmonton...2004-05: Named Cleveland’s Most Valuable Player; led Barons with 27g, 35a and 62pts...Also first on squad with +19 mark and 14 PPG...2003-04: Made pro debut with Cleveland; finished tied for fourth among AHL rookies with 29a/14th with 40pts...OTHER: Split 2002-03 between Rimouski/Montreal (QMJHL); established three-year junior career highs with 49a/75pts...Completed 2000-01 season with Rimouski following promotion from Tier II Juniors.