Cam Fowler
Cam Fowler
Defenseman  - ANA
Number: 4
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 211
Shoots: Left
Born: Dec 5, 1991  (Age 23)
Birthplace: Windsor, ON, Canada
Drafted: ANA / 2010 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 1st (12th overall) PROSPECT BIO

2013-14: Appeared in his fourth NHL season with Anaheim, scoring 6-30=36 points with a career-high +15 rating and 14 PIM in 70 games…matched his personal best in assists and led Anaheim defensemen in scoring, assists and PPG (4), and co-led in goals…led the team overall in total TOI (1670:24), avg. TOI (23:51) and ranked third in blocked shots (122)…missed 12 games with a sprained left MCL, Mar. 15-Apr. 7…suffered the injury on Mar. 14 @ COL and returned to the lineup on Apr. 9 vs. SJ…surpassed Fredrik Olausson (90) for fifth on the all-time Ducks assist list for defensemen (91), Mar. 2 vs. CAR…with his 109th career point on Jan. 21 vs. WPG, passed Lubomir Visnovsky (108) for sixth all-time among Ducks defensemen in scoring…posted a career-tying four-game point/assist streak (0-5=5) from Dec. 28-Jan. 3...recorded his 100th career NHL point (goal), Dec. 20 @ NJ…collected a career-tying 1-2=3 points on Dec. 9 vs. NYI for his first three-point game since Nov. 1, 2011 @ WSH...also became the first Anaheim blueliner to score a SHG since Sean O’Donnell on Oct. 15, 2007…appeared in his 200th NHL contest, Oct. 13 vs. OTT…PLAYOFFS: Collected 0-4=4 points with a +2 rating and four PIM in 13 postseason games vs. DAL and LA…his four assists came in a five-game span between Game 4 of the First Round and Game 2 of the Second Round, Apr. 23-May 5.

CAREER: Signed a five-year contract extension through 2017-18, Sept. 15, 2012…with 22-94=116 points in 265 career games, has scored the most goals, assists and points among defensemen selected in the 2010 NHL Entry Draft…ranks second in the entire 2010 draft class in games played, tied for fourth in assists and fifth in points...among defensemen selected in the last six drafts (2009-14), ranks second in scoring and assists, and third in goals and appearances…signed a three-year entry-level contract, July 28, 2010…2012-13: Appeared in his third NHL season with Anaheim…scored 0-3=3 points with a +3 rating in all seven CQF contests vs. Detroit…in 37 regular-season games, notched 1-10=11 points…ranked third on the team in TOI (20:26) and third among defensemen in scoring…missed two games with an upper-body injury from Apr. 13-17 and eight games with an upper-body injury from Feb. 4-18…played in the Swedish second division (Allsvenskan) during the lockout, scoring 2-5=7 points with 14 PIM in 13 games with Sodertalje…2011-12: Appeared in his second NHL season with Anaheim, scoring 5-24=29 points with 18 PIM…was one of six Anaheim players to appear in all 82 regular season contests, marking a career high…led club defensemen in assists and points…ranked second overall in average TOI (23:15)…ranked tied for fifth among NHL leaders in TOI per shift (57 seconds)…appeared in his 100th career NHL contest, Nov. 30 vs. MTL…posted a career-high four-game assist streak (0-4=4), Nov. 20-27…the four-game streak also matched his career high in points…scored two goals for his first career multi-goal game, Nov. 13 vs. MIN…tied a career best in assists and points (0-3=3) on Nov. 1 @ WSH…logged a career-high 28:38 TOI, Oct. 8 vs. NYR in Stockholm, Sweden as part of the NHL Premiere…2010-11: Appeared in his first NHL season with Anaheim…made his Stanley Cup Playoff debut in the CQF series vs. NSH, scoring 1-3=4 points with two PIM in six games…led Anaheim defensemen in points, goals and shots (12), and tied for first in assists…scored his first career postseason goal (Rinne) as part of a two-point night (1-1=2) in Game 4 of the CQF, Apr. 20 @ NSH…collected his first career Stanley Cup Playoff points (0-2=2) in Game 2 of the CQF, Apr. 15 vs. NSH…made his Stanley Cup Playoffs debut in Game 1 of the CQF, Apr. 13 vs. NSH…appeared in 76 games in his rookie season, scoring 10-30=40 points with 20 PIM…was the only defenseman and one of five players from the 2010 NHL Entry Draft to play the complete NHL season…ranked third among rookies in avg. TOI (22:07), tied for third in assists, tied for fourth in PPG, and tied for first in PPA (17) and PPP (23)…among rookie defensemen, ranked second in goals and points, and tied for second in assists…set franchise records for goals and points by a rookie defenseman, and assists by a rookie…ranked second in goals, points and assists among club defensemen…collected 1-1=2 points to become the franchise leader in rookie goals (then-9) and points (then-36) by a defenseman, Mar. 28 vs. COL…also became the franchise leader in overall rookie assists (then-27) in the contest…scored the OT-winning goal in Anaheim’s 4-3 win, Mar. 23 @ DAL…became only the second rookie defenseman in league history to score twice in OT during one season (also CHI’s Brent Seabrook in 2005-06)…became the second-youngest defenseman to score a regular-season OT goal since the NHL introduced the five-minute OT period in 1983 in Anaheim’s 5-4 win, Feb. 11 @ CGY...scored PPGs in three consecutive games, Jan. 22-Feb. 2…the feat made him the second rookie defenseman in NHL history (also the youngest) to record a PPG in three straight (also VAN’s Michel Petit, Jan. 17-20, 1984)…was the first NHL defenseman under age 20 with goals in three straight since Kevin Hatcher (19 yrs.) of WSH did so from Mar. 28-Apr. 1, 1986…set career bests in assists (3), Jan. 7 vs. CBJ…it was the fourth time in club history a rookie blueliner recorded three assists in a game (last: M. Crowley, Oct. 21, 1998 vs. BOS)…collected 1-8=9 points in 14 November games, tying for the rookie league lead in assists for the month…had a career-high four-game point streak (1-4=5), Nov. 21-29…scored his first career GWG and PPG, Nov. 29 vs. LA…missed six contests with a broken nose/stiff neck, Oct. 17-30…became the second-youngest Duck to score his first career NHL goal (LaBarbera), Oct. 17 vs. PHX…earned his first career NHL point (assist), Oct. 9 @ NSH…at 18 yrs., 10 months and three days, became the second-youngest Duck (Oleg Tverdovsky, 18 yrs., 8 months, 13 days) to appear in an NHL game with his debut in Anaheim’s season opener, Oct. 8 @ DET…participated in the Honda NHL SuperSkills competition on Jan. 29 in Raleigh, NC…Miscellaneous: Played all six games for Team USA at the 2014 Olympic Winter Games, finishing first among team defensemen with a +4 rating...scored Team USA’s first goal in a 3-2 shootout win over Russia, Feb. 15…represented USA at the 2012 IIHF World Championship in Finland and Sweden, scoring 1-4=5 points with a +5 rating and two PIM…among team defensemen, ranked tied for the first in assists and tied for second among in scoring…also played in the 2011 IIHF World Championship in Slovakia, earning 1-2=3 points in seven games…won gold as a member of Team USA at both the 2010 IIHF World Junior Championship and 2009 IIHF U-18 World Championship where he was named the tournament’s top defenseman…collected 8-47=55 points with a +38 rating and 14 PIM in 55 games with Windsor (OHL) in 2009-10…won the Memorial Cup and OHL championship in 2010…made the 2010 Memorial Cup All-Star team and led all defensemen in scoring during the tournament with 2-4=6 points in four games…also played two seasons in Ann Arbor with the U.S. National Training Development Program…was a member of the U-18 team in 2008-09, recording 8-32=40 points with 44 PIM in 55 games. 

PERSONAL: Graduated from Farmington High School in 2009…has two sisters: Peyton (15) and Emily (13)…spent the offseason at home in Northville, MI…enjoys golfing year-round…lists his greatest hockey accomplishments as making it to the NHL as an 18-year-old rookie, winning gold at the 2010 World Junior Championship and 2009 U-18 World Championship with Team USA…cites Nicklas Lidstrom and Ray Bourque as his favorite players growing up…outside of hockey, his favorite athletes are Justin Verlander and Jason Bay, the golfer.




1 z - ANA 82 51 24 7 228 221 109
2 y - STL 82 51 24 7 239 197 109
3 x - NSH 82 47 25 10 226 202 104
4 x - CHI 82 48 28 6 220 186 102
5 x - VAN 82 48 29 5 236 220 101
6 x - MIN 82 46 28 8 227 198 100
7 x - WPG 82 43 26 13 223 204 99
8 x - CGY 82 45 30 7 237 213 97
9 LAK 82 40 27 15 218 197 95
10 DAL 82 41 31 10 257 257 92
11 COL 82 39 31 12 209 223 90
12 SJS 82 40 33 9 224 226 89
13 EDM 82 24 44 14 193 276 62
14 ARI 82 24 50 8 165 267 56


R. Getzlaf 77 25 45 15 70
C. Perry 67 33 22 13 55
R. Kesler 81 20 27 -5 47
J. Silfverberg 81 13 26 15 39
S. Vatanen 67 12 25 5 37
P. Maroon 71 9 25 -5 34
C. Fowler 80 7 27 4 34
H. Lindholm 78 7 27 25 34
M. Beleskey 65 22 10 13 32
R. Rakell 71 9 22 6 31
F. Andersen 35 12 5 .914 2.38
J. Gibson 13 8 0 .914 2.60

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