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Doug Weight
Doug Weight
Center
(WAYT)
Number: 39
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 202
Shoots: Left
Born: Jan 21, 1971
Birthplace: Detroit, MI, United States
Hometown: Mt. Clemens, Mich.
Acquired: Signed as a free agent on July 2, 2006.
Drafted: NYR / 1990 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 2nd (34th overall)
2005-06: Captured his first career Stanley Cup Championship, playing for the Carolina Hurricanes Notched 16 points (3g, 13a) in 23 postseason matches for the Hurricanes Skated in 47 games for St. Louis, recording 44 points (11g, 33a) before being traded to Carolina At the time of his trade to Carolina, he led the Blues in points (44) and assists (33) while ranking second on the club with seven power play goals Recorded his 200th point as a Blue on Dec. 8 at Tampa Bay.

CAREER: 2004-05: Played in seven games for the Frankfurt Lions of the German Elite League, collecting 15 points (6g, 9a).2003-04: Ranked first on the team and ranked seventh in the NHL with 51 assists Was tied for sixth in the NHL with 25 power-play assists and was tied for 10th in the NHL with 31 power play points Ranked second on the team with 65 points (14g, 51a) The Blues were 27-9-8-0 when he recorded a point, and were 10-1-1-0 when scoring a goal Recorded 37 (6g, 31a) of his 65 points on home ice Tallied 15 multi-point games this season, 10, two-point games, four, three-point games and one four-point game Six of his 14 goals were notched in the first period Tied a career high three-game goal streak from Feb. 16-20 (three goals) Served a four-game suspension from Nov 8-16 Tallied four assists on Nov. 19 at Phoenix, tying a career high for assists in one game The last time he notched four assists in one game was Jan. 5, 2002 vs. Dallas Recorded three overtime game-winning goals Tallied his second career hat-trick on Oct. 29 at Detroit, while recording his 700th career NHL penalty minute Tallied his 800th career NHL point on Jan. 5 vs. Minnesota Skated in his 900th career NHL game on March 9 vs. NY Islanders Played in his 200th game as a Blue on March 20 at Dallas Notched his 600th career NHL assist on March 27 vs. Chicago. Playoffs: Ranked second on the team with three points (2g, 1a) and two goals, appearing in five postseason matches Led the team with 14 shots on goal. 2002-03: Tied for second on the team and 10th in the NHL with 52 assists, marking the sixth time in his career he tallied over 50 assists in a season Ranked first on the team and for fifth in the NHL with 29 power-play assists Was tied for second on the team and for eighth in the NHL with 36 power-play points Tied for third on the team with 67 points Recorded his 700th career NHL point Oct. 19 vs. Dallas Recorded his 200th career NHL goal and added an assist on Nov. 5 at Montreal Skated in his 800th career NHL game on Dec. 20 at Phoenix Tied a career high point streak of 10 games (7g, 12a), from Oct. 17 to Nov. 9 Posted a career high nine-game assist streak from Jan. 16 to Feb. 8, collecting 12 assists over the span The Blues posted a 11-1-1-0 when he tallied a goal Registered 33 (4g, 29a) of his 67 points on the road Suffered a non-displaced fracture of the maxilla bone in his face on Feb. 11 at Buffalo, missing 10 games Missed two games due to a bruised ankle. Playoffs: Led the club in all major offensive categories, goals (5), assists (8), and points (13) Finished first on the team with five power play goals and eight power play points Set postseason career highs with five goals and 13 points, and tied a career high eight assists Notched his 50th career playoff point in game six on April 20 versus Vancouver Registered a five-game scoring streak from April 14 to April 22, recording 11 points (4g, 7a) over the span Collected five multi-point games, two three-point games, and three, two-point games Tallied three game-winning points (1g, 2a). 2001-02: Named assistant captain on Oct. 1 Finished third on the team with 49 points (15g, 34a) Scored 34 (12g, 22a) of his 49 points on the power play, ranking third on the club Posted 33 (5g, 28a) of his 49 points on home ice Ranked second on the team with a plus-20 rating overall, including a plus-17 rating on home ice Collected 34 assists, marking the eighth time in his career he has registered 30-or-more assists in a season Established a career-high nine-game point scoring streak from Oct. 4 to Oct. 25, recording 13 points (4g, 9a) over the span Tied his career-high assist streak from Jan. 3 to Jan. 9, registering seven assists over the span Tied a career high with four assists, while recording a season- high four points on Jan. 5 vs. Dallas Registered 12, multi-point games this season, nine two-point games, two three-point games and one four-point game Scored his 500th career
NHL assist on Jan. 19 vs. Boston Missed 20 games due to injury. Playoffs: Skated in all 10 postseason matches, collecting one goal and one assist. 2000-01: Led the Oilers in scoring and finished eighth in the NHL with 90 points, marking the seventh time in eight seasons he has led the club in scoring Posted 20-plus goals in a season for the sixth time in his career Collected 50-plus assists in a season for the fifth time in his career Became the fifth player in Edmonton history to record 500 points on Oct. 30 Appeared in his third NHL All-Star Game. 1999-2000: Was named the 10th captain in Oilers history on Sept. 28 Led the club in scoring with 72 points (21g, 51a) Ranked second on the team with 25 power-play points Ranked eighth in the NHL with 51 assists His 72 points finished 21st in scoring in the League Registered 22 multi-point games, including 12 multiple-assist and two goal games Notched a point in 48 of his 77 games Scored his 500th career point with an assist on Nov. 14 at Chicago Collected his 400th NHL assist on April 1 vs. Phoenix Played in his 600th career NHL game on Feb. 15 at Nashville Missed five games with cracked ribs. 1998-99: Missed 34 games due to a knee injury and knee surgery Collected points in 28 of his 43 games, including eight multi-point games Played in his 400th career NHL game on Feb. 11 at Detroit Was voted the most popular player by the Edmonton fans. 1997-98: Posted 70 points (26g, 44a), leading the club in scoring He and Wayne Gretzky are the only two NHLers to lead their teams in scoring for five straight seasons Ranks 21st in scoring in the NHL and 12th in the League in assists Appeared in his second NHL All-Star game Was named the Oilers MVP Registered a team leading 21 multiple-point games Appeared in his 500th career NHL game on April 8 at Anaheim Scored his first career penalty shot goal on Oct. 8 vs. the NY Rangers (Mike Richter). 1996-97: Collected 80 points, leading Edmonton in scoring Was tied for 17th in the NHL scoring race and finished fifth in the NHL with 61 assists Ranked second in the NHL with 39 power play points (4g, 35a) Tallied 19 multiple-point games Posted a 10-game scoring streak, recording 14 points over the span (3g, 11a) Scored his 100th career NHL goal on April 5 at Vancouver Played in his 400th career NHL game on March 28 at San Jose Was named the Oilers' unsung hero by the fans Missed two games with a sprained ankle. 1995-96: Established career highs in goals (25) assists (79) points (104) and penalty minutes (95) Named an Oilers' assistant captain on Oct. 6 Made his first NHL All-Star appearance, representing the Western Conference Was one of 12 players in the NHL to record 100-plus points Finished 11th in the scoring race and was tied for fifth in assists Led the club with 30 multiple- point games, including 21 multiple-assist contests Was unsuccessful in his first career penalty shot on Jan. 3 at Tampa Bay Led the team with 46 power-play points (9g, 37a) Tallied his 200th career point and assist on March 16 at Los Angeles Appeared in his 300th NHL game on Dec. 5 at Vancouver. 1994-95: Led the team in scoring with 40 points in 48 games Led the club with 33 assists and tied for 13th in the NHL Recorded eight multiple-point games and eight multiple-assist games Was one of three Oilers to skate in all 48 games During the lockout, he played in eight games with Rosenheim of the German Elite League. 1993-94: Was one of three Oilers to play in all 84 games Ranked first on the team in scoring with 74 points Set career highs in all offensive categories, goals (24), assists (50) and points (74) His 50 assists led the club and his 24 goals ranked second Notched 20 multiple-point games Established an Edmonton record for most games played in one season (84) Collected his 100th career assist on Dec. 12 at Philadelphia. 1992-93: Notched 40 points (15g, 25a) in 65 contests with New York, prior to the trade Collec
ted eight points in the final 13 regular-season matches for Edmonton Registered his first goal and point with the Oilers on March 20 at Toronto. 1991-92: Appeared in 53 games with the Rangers in his first NHL season, registering 30 points Missed 14 games due to a hand injury and played in nine games for the Binghamton Rangers on a conditioning stint Eight of his 22 assists were recorded on the power play. 1990-91: Signed with the Rangers on April 2 following his Sophomore season at Lake Superior State Practiced with the club for 11 days prior to making his NHL debut during the post-season for game six vs. Washington on April 13.

INTERNATIONAL CAREER: Participated in his third Winter Olympic Games in Torino, Italy, appearing in six matches for Team USA, notching three assists Played in seven games for the United States in the 2005 IIHF World Championship, collecting six points (1g, 5a), tying him for first on the team Was named to the 2004 United States World Cup Team, collecting one goal in five games played Captured a silver medal, collecting three assists at the 2002 Winter Olympics Games representing the United States Represented Team USA at the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano Recorded seven points (3g, 4a) at the 1996 World Cup of Hockey, capturing the championship Tied for third in the tournament with seven points.

COLLEGE CAREER: Spent two seasons at Lake Superior State University Registered 144 points (50g, 94a) in 88 collegiate contests Led the team with a school record 10 game-winning goals and five shorthanded tallies, helping the Lakers to the CCHA Championship title Was named Second Team All-American Was the highest scoring freshman in the country during the 1989-90 season, recording 67 points (21g, 46a).

BACKGROUND: Nickname is "Weighter" Has been a part of various charities, including those benefiting cancer and spinal cord injury victims Began skating at the age of two Is an avid baseball fan Doug and his wife, Allison, have three children: Ryan, Danny and Addison.

TRANSACTIONS: July 2, 2006 - Signed as a free agent with St. Louis January 30, 2006 - Traded to Carolina along with Erkki Rajamaki in exchange for a first round draft choice in 2006 (traded to New Jersey for their 25th choice which the Blues drafted Patrik Berglund), a fourth round draft choice in 2006 (Reto Berra) a frouth round draft choice in 2007 and Jesse Boulerice, Magnus Kahnberg and Mike Zigomanis July 1, 2001 - Traded to the Blues along with Michel Riesen from Edmonton in exchange for Marty Reasoner, Jochen Hecht and Jan Horacek March 17, 1993 - Traded to Edmonton from the New York Rangers in exchange for Esa Tikkanen Was originally New York Rangers' second selection, 34th overall, in the 1990 Entry Draft.

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WESTERN CONFERENCE
  TEAM GP W L OT GF GA PTS
1 z - ANA 82 54 20 8 266 209 116
2 y - COL 82 52 22 8 250 220 112
3 x - STL 82 52 23 7 248 191 111
4 x - SJS 82 51 22 9 249 200 111
5 x - CHI 82 46 21 15 267 220 107
6 x - LAK 82 46 28 8 206 174 100
7 x - MIN 82 43 27 12 207 206 98
8 x - DAL 82 40 31 11 235 228 91
9 PHX 82 37 30 15 216 231 89
10 NSH 82 38 32 12 216 242 88
11 WPG 82 37 35 10 227 237 84
12 VAN 82 36 35 11 196 223 83
13 CGY 82 35 40 7 209 241 77
14 EDM 82 29 44 9 203 270 67

STATS

2013-2014 REGULAR SEASON
SKATERS: GP G A +/- Pts
A. Steen 68 33 29 17 62
T. Oshie 79 21 39 19 60
D. Backes 74 27 30 14 57
J. Schwartz 80 25 31 28 56
A. Pietrangelo 81 8 43 20 51
K. Shattenkirk 81 10 35 1 45
V. Tarasenko 64 21 22 20 43
D. Roy 75 9 28 -1 37
J. Bouwmeester 82 4 33 26 37
V. Sobotka 61 9 24 14 33
 
GOALIES: W L OT Sv% GAA
B. Elliott 18 6 2 .922 1.96
R. Miller 25 30 4 .918 2.64

 
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