Anaheim Ducks
Doug Weight
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DougWeight
POSITION: Center
HEIGHT: 5' 11"
SHOOTS: Left
WEIGHT: 202
BIRTHDATE: 01/21/1971
BIRTHPLACE: Detroit, MI, USA
DRAFTED: NYR: 1990-34 overall
AWARDS:
King Clancy Memorial Trophy (1)
Last game: Scoreless on one shot in Game 5 of the CQF, Apr. 18 vs. DAL...won 3-of-5 faceoffs (60%)...played 4:59, blocking two shots

2008 Playoffs
- Had a +1 rating in Game 4 of the CQF, Apr. 17 @ DAL...won 4-of-7 faceoffs (57%)...recorded one hit in 8:31 TOI
- Picked up his first point of the playoffs (assist) in Game 3 of the CQF, Apr. 15 @ DAL...assisted on Chris Pronger's PP goal at the 14:31 mark of the first period
- Made his 2008 NHL Playoffs debut in Game 2 of the CQF, Apr. 12 vs. DAL...scoreless on one shot...had two hits...led the Ducks by winning 9-of-11 faceoffs (82%)br>
Playoff Experience: Won the Stanley Cup in 2006 with Carolina, marking his first Championship and first appearance in the SCF in 11 trips to the postseason...set playoff career highs in games played (23), assists (13) and points (16) in 2006...did not play in the clinching game due to a shoulder injury...in 2004, ranked second on the Blues in goals (2) and points (3), appearing in five postseason contests...led St. Louis with 14 shots on goal...in 2003, led the Blues in all major offensive categories, including goals (5), assists (8) and points (13)...also paced the team with five PPG and eight PPP...established a playoff career best in goals scored...notched his 50th career playoff point in Game 6 of the CQF, Apr. 20 vs. VAN (2-1=3)...registered a five-game point streak (4-7=11), Apr. 14-22...collected five multiple-point games, including a pair of three-point games and a trio of two-point contests...in 2002, skated in 10 postseason games for St. Louis, scoring 1-1=2 points...in 2000 with Edmonton, scored 3-2=5 points in five games to tie Bill Guerin for team lead in playoff scoring...all three of his goals came in Game 3 of the CQF, Apr. 16 vs. DAL...scored two PPG and the GWG for his first career playoff hat trick in that game...in 1999, finished tied for second on the Oilers' postseason scoring list with 1-1=2 points in four games and led the team with 15 PIM...had a two-game scoring streak in the CQF vs. DAL, collecting a goal in Game 2 on Apr. 23 @ DAL and an assist in Game 3 on Apr. 25 in Edmonton...in 1998, led the Oilers in scoring for the second consecutive postseason...netted 1-7=8 points with 12 PIM in seven games in the CQF vs. COL and added 1-0=1 point with two PIM in five games in the CSF vs. DAL...scored points in seven of his 12 playoff games...led Edmonton in power play scoring with 2-4=6 points and ranked seventh in the NHL...posted a four-game postseason point streak (1-4=5), Apr. 22-28...scored the GWG on the power play in Game 2 of the CSF, May 9 @ DAL...had two multi-point games during the CQF, including Game 3 on Apr. 26 vs. COL (1-1=2) and Game 6 on May 2 vs. COL (0-2=2).

2007-08 Regular Season: Appeared in his 16th NHL season, split between St. Louis and Anaheim...finished the season ranked among the top 10 among active NHL players in all-time assists (704, 8th) and points (969, 12th)...among all-time U.S.-born leaders, finished the 2007-08 campaign ranked fifth in assists and eighth in points...recorded 10-9=19 points over his last 42 games and a +5 rating after Nov. 13...his 19:32 TOI on Mar. 26 vs. LA was his most with the Ducks in 2007-08...had points in three consecutive games (1-2=3), Mar. 9-12...missed eight games with a strained left shoulder, Feb. 10-29...posted a season-high four-game point streak (3-2=5) from Jan. 5-13...recorded his 700th career NHL assist, Jan. 9 vs. TOR, becoming the fifth U.S.-born player to reach the milestone...scored the game-winning goal, his first as a Duck, in a 2-1 Anaheim victory, Dec. 27 @ EDM...picked up an assist in his Anaheim debut, Dec. 16 vs. SJ...was acquired from St. Louis on Dec. 14...appeared in 29 games for the Blues, scoring 4-7=11 points with a +4 rating and 12 PIM.
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.