Anaheim Ducks
Dan Sexton
DanSexton
POSITION: Right Wing
HEIGHT: 5' 9"
SHOOTS: Right
WEIGHT: 180
BIRTHDATE: 04/29/1987
BIRTHPLACE: Apple Valley, MN, USA
DRAFTED: undrafted
Signed as a free agent by Anaheim, April 7, 2009. Traded to Tampa Bay by Anaheim for Kyle Wilson, March 11, 2013. Signed as a free agent by TPS Turku (Finland), July 9, 2013. Signed as a free agent by Nizhnekamsk (KHL), January 15, 2014.
Appeared in his third professional season in 2011-12, scoring 13-30=43 points with 22 PIM in 71 games with Syracuse (AHL)…tied his career high in assists (2009-10) and fell one appearance shy of matching his personal best in games played…ranked eighth in the AHL with 238 shots on net…among team leaders, ranked fourth in scoring, assists and PPG (5), first in shots (238) and tied for fourth in appearances…was named AHL Player of the Week for Oct. 31-Nov. 6 after collecting a career-high 1-4=5 points on Nov. 5 vs. Rochester and 1-3=4 points the following night in Rochester…scored his first AHL hat trick (3-0=3) in a 6-4 win, Mar. 3 vs. St. John’s…added 1-2=3 points with a +1 rating in four Calder Cup Playoff games…appeared in his second NHL season with Anaheim in 2010-11, collecting 4-9=13 points with four PIM in a career-high 47 games…set a career high with his 42nd appearance of the season, Mar. 13 vs. PHX…recorded a career-high 18:54 TOI, Dec. 3 vs. DET…strung together a season-high three-game scoring streak from Nov. 21-27 (1-2=3), falling one game shy of his personal best…was sidelined with a broken nose from Oct. 26-Nov. 9 (seven games), which was surgically repaired, Oct. 28...suffered the injury, Oct. 23 @ DET…in 17 contests with Syracuse, earned 9-8=17 points with four PIM…scored points in 11 of his 17 AHL games, including four multi-point contests (two three-point games and a pair of two-point contests)…appeared in his first NHL season with Anaheim in 2009-10, recording 9-10=19 points with a +2 rating and 16 PIM over 41 games…led Ducks rookies in assists and points…his points-per-game average (.46) ranked tied for 10th in the NHL among rookies (25 games or more)…finished the month of December with 6-5=11 points, ranking second among NHL rookies in scoring and tied for second in goals…had a three-game goal streak (4-1=5) from Dec. 8-12, which equaled the longest by an NHL rookie in 2009-10…also established a franchise rookie record for shots in a single game (9), Dec. 8 vs. DAL…scored his first career PPG, Jan. 13 vs. BOS…earned two assists for the second multi-assist game of his career, Dec. 31 @ DAL…had a career-high four-game point streak (4-3=7), Dec. 8-16…posted his first career multi-assist game (0-2=2), Dec. 16 @ VAN…scored his first two NHL goals (also first NHL point) in just his third NHL game, Dec. 8 vs. DAL…became the first Duck since Ryan Carter (Feb. 8, 2008 @ NJ; 2-0=2) to score his first two NHL goals in the same contest…made his NHL debut after being recalled from Manitoba (AHL) earlier in the day, going scoreless in 13:00 TOI on Dec. 4 @ MIN…with Manitoba, earned 5-7=12 points in 13 contests with a +7 rating…began the season with Bakersfield (ECHL), scoring 13-13=26 points with a +8 rating and 14 PIM in 18 games…earned ECHL Player of the Week honors for Nov. 16-22 after posting 5-4=9 points and helping lead the Condors to a 4-0-0 week…appeared in all 38 games with Bowling Green (CCHA) in 2008-09, collecting 17-22=39 points…among CCHA leaders, ranked sixth in scoring, fifth in goals, tied for second in SHG (2), tied for fifth in PPP (18) and tied for ninth in GWG (3)…began his collegiate career at Bowling Green in 2007-08, earning 7-14=21 points in 38 games…ranked fifth on the Falcons in scoring and first in SHG (3)…spent 2006-07 with Sioux Falls (USHL), scoring 14-10=24 points in 58 games…helped lead Sioux Falls to its first league title and a Tier I national championship with 8-1=9 points, pacing the league in goals.