Ducks Ink Forwards Green & Boguniecki
The Ducks agree to one-year contracts with left wing Josh Green and center Eric Boguniecki
|A veteran of 322 career NHL games (most recently with Vancouver in 2006-07), left wing Josh Green spent 2007-08 in Austria where he scored 42 points in 43 games for Salzburg EC.|
Green, 30 (11/16/77), a veteran of 322 career NHL games, most recently played for the Vancouver Canucks in 2006-07, collecting 2-5=7 points in 57 contests. The 6-3, 215-pound winger has earned 35-39=74 career NHL points with 193 penalty minutes (PIM). Green established career highs in goals, assists and points in 1999-00 with the New York Islanders, scoring 12-14=26 points in 49 contests. A native of
|After scoring 18 points in 16 games for ERC Ingolstadt in Germany during 2007-08, center Eric Boguniecki returns to North America where he is a veteran of 178 career NHL contests (most recently with the New York Islanders in 2006-07).|
Originally selected in the second round by Los Angeles (30th overall) in the 1996 NHL Entry Draft, Green has appeared in 184 career American Hockey League (AHL) contests, recording 57-69=126 points with 201 PIM. He established AHL career highs in almost all categories in 2004-05, earning 21-19=40 points with 72 PIM in 67 games with the Manitoba Moose.
Boguniecki, 33 (5/6/75), has appeared in 178 career NHL contests with Florida, St. Louis, Pittsburgh and the New York Islanders, earning 34-42=76 points with 105 PIM and a +14 rating. The 5-8, 192-pound center established career high marks in goals, assists, points, games played and plus/minus in 2002-03 after recording 22-27=49 points in 80 contests with the Blues. The
Originally selected in the eighth round (193rd overall) by St. Louis in the 1993 NHL Entry Draft, Boguniecki has appeared in 282 career AHL contests, collecting 137-173=310 points with 591 PIM. He has averaged 1.1 points-per-game in his AHL career. Boguniecki was awarded the Les Cunningham Award as the AHL’s most valuable player for the 2001-02 season after finishing tied for first among league leaders in goals (38) and second in points (84). The centerman also played four years of college hockey at the