Anaheim Ducks
Anaheim Ducks
Bryan Allen
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BryanAllen
POSITION: Defenseman
HEIGHT: 6' 5"
SHOOTS: Left
WEIGHT: 224
BIRTHDATE: 08/21/1980
AGE: 33
BIRTHPLACE: Kingston, ON, CAN
DRAFTED: VAN: 1998-4 overall
OHL First All-Star Team (1999) Missed majority of 1999-2000 due to knee injury in training camp, September 21, 1999. Signed as a free agent by Voskresensk (Russia), December 20, 2004. Traded to Florida by Vancouver with Todd Bertuzzi and Alex Auld for Roberto Luongo, Lukas Krajicek and Florida's 6th round choice (Sergei Shirokov) in 2006 Entry Draft, June 23, 2006. Missed majority of 2008-09 due to off-season arthroscopic knee surgery and follow-up cartilage surgery, October 27, 2008. Traded to Carolina by Florida for Sergei Samsonov, February 28, 2011. Signed as a free agent by Anaheim, July 1, 2012.
2012-13: Appeared in his 12th NHL season and first with Anaheim, collecting 0-6=6 points with 34 PIM and a +1 rating in 41 contests…ranked third on the club in blocked shots (66) and sixth in PIM (34)…made his Ducks debut on Jan. 19 @ VAN going scoreless in 21:09 TOI…earned his first point as a Duck (assist) in Anaheim’s 7-4 win, Feb. 2 vs. LA…also picked up a season-high seven PIM the contest (including a fighting major vs. Jordan Nolan)…registered a season-high four shots on net, Feb. 15 @ DET…picked up an assist on Matt Beleskey’s goal in a 3-2 SO win, Feb. 16 @ NSH…was a season-best +2 on the night, Mar. 1 vs. MIN…had a season-best two-game assist streak (0-2=2), Mar. 16-18.

CAREER: Signed a one-year contract with Anaheim through 2012-13, July 1, 2012…2011-12: Appeared in his 11th NHL season, his second with Carolina…scored 1-13=14 points with a team-leading 76 PIM in a career-tying 82 games…was one of four Hurricanes to appear in all 82 contests…finished fourth among NHL leaders with 188 blocked shots…Carolina posted a 10-2-1 record in games Allen recorded a point…appeared in his 600th career NHL game, Apr. 5 vs. MTL…logged a season-high 24:32 TOI, Mar. 3, 2012…netted his fifth career GWG in a 4-3 victory on Feb. 28 vs. NSH, his first since Jan. 3, 2011 with Florida @ CAR…earned a season-high two points (0-2=2) on Oct. 10, 2011, marking his first multi-point game since Nov. 10, 2010 with Florida vs. CAR...was acquired by Carolina from Florida in exchange for Sergei Samsonov, Feb. 28, 2011…along with Todd Bertuzzi and Alex Auld, was acquired by Florida from Vancouver in exchange for Roberto Luongo, Lukas Krajicek and a sixth-round selection in the 2006 NHL Entry Draft, June 23, 2006…2010-11: Split his 10th NHL season with Florida and Carolina, combining for 4-13=17 points with 82 PIM in 72 games…began the season with the Panthers, earning 4-8=12 points with 63 PIM in 53 games…set single-game career highs in assists and points (0-3=3) and recorded a +3 rating, Nov. 5 vs. CAR…missed nine games with a broken foot, Nov. 24-Dec. 11…scored his second career OT goal, Jan. 3 @ CAR…appeared in his 500th career NHL game, Feb. 27 vs. NJ…was acquired by Carolina in exchange for Sergei Samsonov, Feb. 28…recorded five assists (0-5=5) with a +4 rating and 19 PIM in 19 games with the Hurricanes…earned his 100th career NHL point (assist), Mar. 9 vs. ATL…2009-10: Appeared in his ninth NHL season, his fourth with Florida…registered 4-9=13 points with 99 PIM in 74 games…among team leaders, ranked first in PIM, second in blocked shots (135) and third in hits (120)…was nominated by the South Florida Professional Writer’s Association as the Panthers’ candidate for the Masterton Trophy…assisted on the game-tying goal before scoring his first career OT goal in a 3-2 win, Mar. 13 @ SJ…played his 400th career NHL game, Dec. 5 vs. ATL…returned to the ice against CHI in Helsinki, Finland as part of the NHL Premiere after missing 80 games in 2008-09 with a knee injury…2008-09: Appeared in his eighth NHL season, his third with Florida…missed the majority of the season recovering from off-season arthroscopic knee surgery and follow-up cartilage surgery…had one assist (0-1=1) in two games, Oct. 10-11…2007-08: Appeared in his seventh NHL season, his second with Florida…recorded 2-14=16 points with a +5 rating and 67 PIM in 73 games as an alternate captain for the Panthers…posted his first NHL career multi-assist game, Oct. 24 vs. PHI…appeared in his 300th career NHL game, Oct. 6 vs. NJ…2006-07: Appeared in his sixth NHL season, his first with Florida after being acquired as part of the trade that sent Roberto Luongo to Vancouver…scored 4-21=25 points with a +7 rating and 112 PIM in 82 games…established career highs in assists, points and games played…was one of six Panthers to play in all 82 games…had a career-high two-game goal streak (2-1=3), Mar. 27-28, 2007…posted a career-best four-game point streak (1-3=4) from Feb. 17-24...had assists in a career-high three straight games (0-3=3) within the scoring streak…2005-06: Appeared in his fifth NHL season with Vancouver, recording 7-10=17 points with a +4 rating and 115 PIM in 77 games…set career highs in goals and PIM in his final season with the Canucks…missed six games with a knee injury, Oct. 27-Nov. 5…2004-05: Played for Voskresensk in the Russian Superliga, totaling three assists (0-3=3) in 19 games…2003-04: Appeared in his fourth NHL season with Vancouver, scoring 2-5=7 points with 94 PIM in 74 games…also played four games during Vancouver’s seven-game, opening-round series loss to Calgary, his last postseason appearance…2002-03: Appeared in his third NHL season with Vancouver…scored 5-3=8 points with a career-high +8 rating and 73 PIM in 48 games…netted his first career NHL goal in the season opener, beating Roman Turek on Oct. 10 @ CGY…earned his first career NHL assist, Dec. 15 vs. CGY…also skated in seven AHL games for Manitoba, collecting one assist (0-1=1) with four PIM…2001-02: Appeared in his second NHL season with Vancouver, going scoreless with six PIM…played the remainder of the season with Manitoba, earning 7-18=25 points with 121 PIM in 68 games…added his first career postseason point (0-1=1) and eight PIM in five Calder Cup Playoff games…2000-01: Made his NHL debut with Vancouver, going scoreless in six games…appeared in his first career NHL game, Feb. 26 @ MIN…also appeared in two games during his NHL postseason debut against Colorado…played the majority of the season with Kansas City (IHL), scoring 5-20=25 points with 99 PIM in 75 games…1999-00: Made his professional debut with Syracuse (AHL), scoring 1-1=2 points with 11 PIM in nine games…also made his Calder Cup Playoffs debut, going scoreless with two PIM…missed the majority of the season after suffering a knee injury during training camp with Oshawa (OHL) on Sept. 21…Miscellaneous: Represented Canada at the 1999 World Junior Championship, earning 1-2=3 points in seven games…appeared in 148 career OHL games with Oshawa from 1996-00, collecting 15-34=49 points with 291 PIM…was named to the OHL’s First All-Star team in 1998-99 after recording 7-15=22 points and 77 PIM in 37 games…helped Oshawa to the OHL Championship in 1997, scoring 1-3=4 points in 18 games.

PERSONAL: Bryan and his wife, Lexie, have a daughter, Layla (3), and a son, Brenner, (1)…has hosted his own charity golf tournament in his hometown of Kingston, benefiting Hotel Dieu Hospital’s Child Development Centre…started playing hockey between the ages of 3 and 4 in Kingston…his parents were the biggest influence on his career and Wendel Clark was his favorite player…his favorite television shows are Modern Family and Dexter and his favorite movie is Good Will Hunting…the most-played artist on his iPod is Pearl Jam…his first job was picking strawberries…his favorite food is sushi and favorite sport to play outside of hockey is golf…enjoys watching football, and also played soccer and baseball growing up…favorite road cities are New York and Chicago, favorite road arena is Bell Centre and favorite team to play against is Montreal…his most memorable hockey moment is scoring the game-tying goal for Canada in the gold medal game of the 1999 World Junior Championship.