George Parros
POSITION: Right Wing
HEIGHT: 6' 5"
BIRTHDATE: 12/29/1979
DRAFTED: LAK: 1999-222 overall

2010-11: Appeared in his sixth NHL season, his fifth with Anaheim…collected 3-1=4 points with 171 PIM in a career-high 78 contests…led Anaheim for the fifth straight season and ranked tied for 10th in the NHL in PIM…ranked sixth on the club in hits…appeared in his 300th game in a Ducks uniform, Mar. 19 @ LA…logged a season-high 11:21 TOI, Jan. 15 vs. PHX…scored two goals for his first career multi-goal game (2-0=2) and registered a career-tying +2 rating, Dec. 1 vs. FLA...his second goal accounted for the second GWG of his career...also matched his single-game career high in points…earned his first assist of the season and 13th of his career, Nov. 7 vs. NSH…marked his first assist in 117 games with his last coming on Dec. 14, 2008 vs. MIN…appeared in his 300th career NHL game, Oct. 30 @ SJ…scored his first goal of the season and the first career GWG, Oct. 26 @ DAL…PLAYOFFS: Appeared in all six CQF games vs. NSH, going scoreless with a team-leading 16 PIM.

PERSONAL: Resides with wife, Tiffany, in Hermosa Beach year-round…the couple has two children: twins Jagger and Lola…donates his hair once a year as part of the annual George Parros Cut for the Kids, benefiting the Childhood Leukemia Foundation…started an apparel line called “Stache Gear” in November 2009 and is sold in the Ducks Team Store and online…all proceeds from the line benefit the Childhood Leukemia Foundation and Garth Brooks Teammates for Kids…last summer, assisted Anaheim and Huntington Beach firefighters in raising funds for the Anaheim Ducks Foundation during a serving competition at Oggi’s Pizza and Brewing Co. in Huntington Beach…enjoys cooking on the barbeque, citing grilled lamb as his best dish…is part Greek and can speak and understand some of the language…if he wasn’t a hockey player, says he would be working on Wall Street…plays the harmonica and also enjoys playing Guitar Hero…in addition to enjoying beach volleyball, participates in outdoor activities such as horseshoes and golf.