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Mark Hartigan
Mark Hartigan
Center
Number: 13
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 200
Shoots: Left
Born: Oct 15, 1977
Birthplace: Fort St. John, BC, Canada
Acquired: From Columbus with Joe Motzko and a 2007 fourth round draft pick from Columbus in exchange for Curtis Glencross, Zenon Konopka and a seventh round draft pick in either 2007 or 2008, Jan. 26, 2007
2005-06: Had 9-3-12, 22 PIM and was -1 in 33 games with Columbus Ranked second on the club in shooting percentage (16.7 pct.) Tallied 8-3-11 and was +1 over his last 11 games Registered 34-41-75 with 17 power play goals and was +18 in 49 games with Syracuse (AHL) Led the Crunch in points, goals, power play goals and plus/minus rating Saw action in six playoff games with the Crunch, scoring 1-2-3 Scored his first goal of the season on Oct. 26 vs. Nashville Converted on his first career shootout attempt on Oct. 28 vs. Minnesota Scored a career-high 2-1-3 on Apr. 1 vs. Chicago Had a three-game goal/point streak from Apr. 1-7 (4-2-6) Tallied the game-winning goal on Apr. 13 vs. St. Louis Scored 1-1-2, including the tying goal with 57 seconds left in the 3rd period on Apr. 18 vs. Dallas Games lost to injury: 0 Multi-point (goal) games: 3 (1) Most Points: 3 - Apr. 1 vs. Chicago (2-1-3) Most Goals: 2 - Apr. 1 vs. Chicago Most Assists: 1 (3x) - Apr. 18 vs. Dallas, most recent Most PIM: 6 - Nov. 18 at Dallas Most Shots: 6 - Apr. 13 vs. St. Louis.

CAREER: Collected 15-8-23 with 36 PIM in 67 career NHL games with Atlanta and Columbus Has added 103-123-226 with 282 PIM and is +21 in 242 career AHL games Is the Syracuse Crunch all-time leader in shorthanded goals Ranks third all-time in goals, points and power play goals 2004-05: Tallied 31-28-59 with 105 PIM and was +2 in 69 games with Syracuse 2003-04: Notched 23-23-46 in 69 games with Syracuse (AHL) Accumulated 86 penalty minutes Third on the club in goals and fifth in points Netted four power play goals and three game-winning tallies Recorded 1-4-5 in seven playoff games Saw action in nine games with the Blue Jackets Collected 1-3-4 during his stint... 2002-03: Tallied 5-2-7 with six PIM in 23 games with Atlanta Posted a plus or even rating in 16 of 23 games with the Thrashers Scored his first NHL goal on Dec. 1 vs. Washington (Olie Kolzig) Picked up his first NHL assist on Dec. 6 at Washington Notched 15-31-46 with 43 PIM in 55 games with Chicago (AHL) 1-2-3 and 10 PIM in nine playoff games Finished fourth on the Wolves in assists and fifth in point 2001-02: Joined Atlanta following the conclusion of his season with St. Cloud State (WCHA) Made his NHL debut on Apr. 2 at Calgary Missed final five games of season from April 5-14 after suffering a ruptured right hamstring in his second NHL game on Apr. 3 at Colorado.

AMATEUR CAREER: Recorded 86-79-165 with 84 PIM in 119 career games with St. Cloud State of the WCHA Holds the St. Cloud State record for goals in a period (4) and career goals (86) 2001-02: Tallied 37-38-75 points with 42 PIM in 42 games Became the first player in St. Cloud State history to lead the WCHA in scoring Led the NCAA with 37 goals Set St. Cloud State single-season records for goals (37), assists (38-tied), points (75) and shorthanded goals (6) Named WCHA Player of the Year and All-American First player in St. Cloud State history to become a Hobey Baker Award finalist His six shorthanded goals were tops in the NCAA Was sixth in the NCAA in assists and was tied for sixth with 12 power-play goals Led the WCHA with 24-25-49 points in 28 league games 2000-01: Totaled 27-21-48 with 18 PIM in 40 games Topped the team and ranked fifth in the NCAA with 11 power play goals Collected 13 multi-point games, including a pair of four-point games 1999-2000: Recorded 22-20-42 with 24 PIM in 37 games Led the team in goals Finished with 11 multi-point games Had a four-point game (2-2-4) on Mar. 3, 2000 at Minnesota.

PERSONAL: Married: wife, Melissa Nickname: "Harty" Hobbies: Golf Favorite Subject in School: Math Dream Job: Golfer Favorite Actor: Owen Wilson Favorite Movie: Count of Monte Cristo Favorite TV Show: Boston Legal First Job: Landscaper Favorite Sports Team: Minnesota Vikings Started playing hockey at age 3 Spends the off-season in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed by Atlanta as a free agent on March 27, 2002 Signed by Columbus as a free agent July 16, 2003 Re-signed by Columbus on Aug. 18, 2005.

SCHEDULE

HOME
AWAY
PROMOTIONAL

STANDINGS

WESTERN CONFERENCE
  TEAM GP W L OT GF GA PTS
1 NSH 65 41 17 7 193 158 89
2 ANA 65 41 17 7 193 178 89
3 STL 63 40 18 5 197 159 85
4 CHI 64 38 21 5 188 152 81
5 WPG 64 32 20 12 179 172 76
6 VAN 63 36 24 3 182 173 75
7 MIN 63 34 22 7 179 163 75
8 CGY 63 34 25 4 178 162 72
9 LAK 63 30 21 12 171 164 72
10 SJS 65 32 25 8 185 183 72
11 DAL 64 28 26 10 199 212 66
12 COL 63 27 25 11 167 182 65
13 ARI 64 20 37 7 139 218 47
14 EDM 64 18 36 10 145 213 46

STATS

2014-2015 REGULAR SEASON
SKATERS: GP G A +/- Pts
R. Getzlaf 62 20 41 12 61
C. Perry 50 27 18 15 45
R. Kesler 65 17 23 0 40
S. Vatanen 57 12 22 6 34
M. Beleskey 56 21 9 13 30
J. Silfverberg 64 10 20 11 30
P. Maroon 57 7 21 -4 28
H. Lindholm 62 6 22 18 28
C. Fowler 64 5 22 2 27
R. Rakell 54 5 19 4 24
 
GOALIES: W L OT Sv% GAA
F. Andersen 30 8 5 .917 2.34
J. Gibson 8 5 0 .920 2.51

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