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Todd Bertuzzi
Todd Bertuzzi
Right Wing
Number: 4
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 229
Shoots: Left
Born: Feb 2, 1975
Birthplace: Sudbury, ON, Canada
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Acquired: Signed as a free agent on July 2, 2007
Drafted: NYI / 1993 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 1st (23rd overall)

2006-07: Appeared in his 12th NHL season…played in a total of 15 regular season games, sitting out the majority of the season (67 games) after having back surgery…appeared in seven contests with Florida, collecting 1-6=7 points with 13 PIM…tied a career-high for points, collecting 1-3=4 in Florida’s season opener vs. BOS on Oct. 6…logged a season-high 19:29 TOI on Oct. 9 @ TOR…traded to Detroit from Florida in exchange for Shawn Matthias on Feb. 27, 2007…made his Red Wings debut on March 22 vs. CBJ, coming off the I.R. the same day…recorded a game-high six shots on March 24 vs. STL…PLAYOFFS: With Detroit, advanced to the Conference Finals for the first time in his career…collected 1-1=2 points (both PPP) in Game Four of the WCF on May 17 @ ANA…notched an assist on April 28 in Game Two of the CSF vs. SJ…logged a postseason-high 23:46 TOI and recorded an assist on April 22 in Game Six of the CQF @ CGY…earned 1-1=2 points with a playoff-high +2 rating on April 19 @ CGY in Game Three of the CQF…missed Games One and Two of the CQF due to a concussion.

CAREER: Signed a two-year free agent contract with Anaheim on July 2, 2007…2005-06: Competed in his 11th NHL season, his eighth with Vancouver… appeared in all 82 regular season games…named the December winner for the Molson Cup Three Stars award…collected 1-2=3 points on April 13 at SJ…appeared his 700th NHL game, recording his 299th and 300th career assists on March 25 vs. EDM…had a six game point streak (1-8=9), March 17-29…participated in the 2006 Winter Olympic games as a member of Team Canada, earning three points (0-3=3) in six gamesscored his second hat trick of the season and the fifth of his career on Jan. 14 at NYI (second goal was his 500th NHL point)…recorded 0-3=3 assists on Dec. 23 vs. CGY…collected a hat trick, (his first since March 17, 2003 at Dallas) on Nov. 13 vs. DET…2004-05: Did not play…2003-04: Finished the season with 17-43=60 points and 122 PIM…named a starter in the 2004 NHL All-Star Game…missed the final 13 games of the regular season due to suspension, following an incident on March 8 vs. Colorado…scored the OT goal on Dec. 31 at CHI…notched 0-3=3 assists on Dec. 9 vs. PIT…had a five game point streak (2-8=10), Nov. 18-25…scored two goals, extending his point streak to five games (4-4=8) on Nov. 8 vs. MIN…scored the GWG (PPG), his first of the season on Oct. 9 vs. CGY….2002-03: Established new career-highs in goals and points…finished third in the NHL in goals and first in PPG goals (25)…named to the First NHL All Star Team for the season…extended his point streak to four games (6-2=8), collecting 2-1=3 points on March 23 vs. Washington…recorded his third career hat trick on March 17 at DAL…had a 12-game point streak (6-8=14), Jan. 17-Feb. 13…scored 2-0=2 goals 61 seconds apart on Jan. 21 at NSH…named to the Western Conference All-Star Team on Jan. 16…had a seven game point streak (7-5=12), Dec. 26-Jan. 10…scored 2-0=2 goals (including the game-winning OT goal)…2001-02: Finished third in NHL in points…set new career-highs in goals, assists and points…had a 15-game point streak (7-13=20), tying a Canucks franchise record and longest in the NHL for the 2001-02 season, Jan. 3-Feb. 4…scored his second career hat-trick on March 19 at NYR…collected 2-2=4 points (tying a career high) on March 12 at NSH….scored his 100th NHL goal and collected two assists on Oct. 9 @ COL…2000-01: Set new career highs in assists and points….recorded two assists, including one on the OT game winner on April 5 vs. LA….appeared in his 400th NHL game on March 28 vs. DAL…notched his first career hat trick on Dec. 30 at SJ…collected 2-2=4 points (the first four-point game of his career) on Nov. 21 @ STL…1999-00: Set new career highs for goals, assists and points….finished fourth in team scoring….notched two goals 15 seconds apart on Jan. 17 vs. TOR …had a six-game point streak (4-3=7), Dec. 29 - Jan. 12…played in his 250th NHL game on Oct.13 vs. CGY…1998-99: Scored his 100th NHL point (an assist) on Oct. 25 @ TB…missed 31 games due to a fractured tibia suffered on Nov. 1…suffered a torn ACL in his left knee on March 5 vs. CGY and missed the remainder of the season…1997-98: Collected 1-1=2 points in his first game with VAN on Feb. 7 vs. San Jose...played in his 200th NHL game on March 9 vs. STL...represented Canada at the 1998 World Hockey Championships in Switzerland…1996-97: Recorded 10-13=23 points in his sophomore NHL season….had a career-high four-game goal streak (4-0=4), March 4-11…had a career-high five-game point streak, March 19-29…assigned to Utah (IHL) on Dec. 12…1995-96: Made his NHL debut with NYI at BOS, collecting 1-1=2 points on Oct. 7…became the first Islanders rookie to score in his debut since Greg Parks in 1990…fourth on team in scoring…had a pair of four-game point-scoring streaks (Nov 28-Dec 5, (3-3=6) and Apr 8-13 (4-2=6))…recorded 2-1=3 points (first two-goal and three-point game of his career) on April 10 at PIT…MISCELLANEOUS: Has recorded 50-plus points in six of the last seven seasons…has appeared in at least 72 contests in five of the last seven seasons…qualified for the postseason with VAN in three straight seasons, recording 6-8=14 points in 24 appearances…in four seasons with the Guelph Storm (OHL), collected 116-164=280 in 230 career appearances…his 54-65=119 points during the 1994-95 season (last junior season) were a career-high and ranked sixth in the OHL…he was selected to the OHL Second All-Star team in 1995.

PERSONAL: Todd and his wife Julie have two children: daughter, Jaden (8) and son, Tag (6)…the family resides in Newport Coast during the hockey season and Kitchener, Ontario in the summer…the family vacationed at Abaco Island in the Bahamas this past summer with Brad May and his family…looking forward to living in Southern California for the sunny weather…lists sushi as his favorite food…when away from the rink, enjoys mountain biking and playing golf…has an eclectic music collection, spanning from alternative to R&B and hip-hop, although says Tragically Hip is his favorite band…lists the best movie he saw this summer as “Shrek 3” because he’s usually at the movies with his kids…favorite TV shows are “Entourage” and “Rescue Me.”




1 ANA 35 22 8 5 101 96 49
2 CHI 32 22 9 1 100 64 45
3 STL 32 21 9 2 98 78 44
4 NSH 30 20 8 2 81 59 42
5 SJS 33 18 11 4 94 85 40
6 WPG 33 17 10 6 80 76 40
7 VAN 31 18 11 2 89 88 38
8 LAK 33 16 11 6 90 82 38
9 CGY 34 17 15 2 98 92 36
10 MIN 30 16 12 2 86 78 34
11 DAL 31 13 13 5 89 104 31
12 COL 31 10 13 8 78 99 28
13 ARI 31 11 16 4 72 100 26
14 EDM 33 7 20 6 69 110 20


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