Scott Hartnell
HEIGHT: 6' 2"
BIRTHDATE: 04/18/1982
AGE: 34
DRAFTED: NSH: 2000-6 overall
2009 Playoffs: Went scoreless at Pittsburgh in Game Five on Apr. 23 and vs. Pittsburgh in Game Four on Apr. 21... Recorded an assist vs. Pittsburgh in Game Three on Apr. 19... Posted a goal in Game Two at Pittsburgh on Apr. 17... Went scoreless in Game One at Pittsburgh on Apr. 15.
2008-09 Regular Season:
- Flyers Career Regular Season Totals: 163 GP, 54-49-103, 302 PIM
- Career Regular Season Totals vs. Penguins: 21 GP, 6-10-16, 54 PIM
- 2008-09 Single Game Regular Season Highs: Goals - 3 (twice); Assists - 3 (vs. SJ, 10/22/08); Points - 4 (twice); Shots - 7 (three times); Plus/Minus - +4 (vs. WAS, 12/20/08); TOI - 23:34 (@ ANH, 1/2/09).
Playoffs: Scored a goal in Game 5 of Stanley Cup Final vs. Chicago... Had an assist in Game 4... Recorded two points (1G,1A) in Game 3, and recorded 3 pts (1G,2A) in Game 1… Had 2 pts (1G,1A) in Game 1 of Eastern Conference Finals vs. Montréal … Recorded 5 pts (2G,3A) in Eastern Conference Semifinals vs. Boston… Had 1 assist in Eastern Conference Quarterfinals vs. New Jersey
Regular Season: Reached his 1,000th penalty minute in the NHL at NY Rangers on 4/9… Had back-to-back three-point games (1G,2A - vs. Tampa Bay on 11/2 and vs. Carolina on 10/31… Played in his 600th NHL game on 10/3 at New Jersey and in his 200th game as a Flyer on 12/27 at NY Islanders.
2008-09: Posted a goal and an assist and 23 penalty minutes in six games of the ECQF vs. PIT… Recipient of the Gene Hart Memorial Award, given to the Flyer who plays with the most heart as voted on by members of the Philadelphia Flyers Fan Club. Set new career high for points (60), goals (30) and assists (30)… Tied his career-high for points in a single game (4)… Was one of three players to have played in all 82 games for the Flyers (Carter, Knuble)... Reached the 30-goal mark for the first time in his career on Apr. 3 vs. TOR… Recorded a goal (100th as Flyer) vs. FLA on Mar. 26… Recorded an assist vs. MTL on Feb. 27 (300th point in the NHL)... Reached the 20-goal mark for the fourth consecutive season with his goal at BOS on Feb. 7… Recorded his fourth and fifth career hat tricks vs. CAR on Dec. 11 (3G) and vs. WSH on Dec. 20 (3G,1A)...
2007-08: Reached the 20-goal mark for the third time in his career and for the third consecutive season…Was tied for first on the team in game-winning goals with six...Was second on the team in penalty minutes with 159...Was tied for second on the team in hits with 110...Was tied for third on the team in power play goals with 10...Game at NY Rangers on March 1 was his 500th career NHL game...Was named Second Star vs. Los Angeles on Jan. 29 after scoring the game-winning goal in overtime...Was scoreless vs. New Jersey on Jan. 22, ending his seven-game point-scoring streak (10G,4A - new career high for point-scoring streak)...Was named NHL' s Third Star for the week ending Jan. 13 after registering six points (5G,1A) in three games (second consecutive week was named Third Star)...Scored the game-winning goal, while on the power play, vs. Ottawa on Jan. 20...Was named First Star at NY Islanders on Jan. 19 after recording three power play goals and an assist (his three power play goals tied team record for most power play goals in a game - fourth time)...Scored the game-winning goal vs. Florida on Jan. 16...Was named NHL' s Third Star for the week ending Jan. 13 after registering eight points (5G,3A) in four games...Posted an assist at Washington on Jan. 13...Scored a power play goal vs. Boston on Jan. 12...Was named First Star at NY Rangers on Jan. 10 after registering a natural hat trick...Was named Second Star at Atlanta on Jan. 8 after recording a goal and two assists... His goal at Atlanta on Jan. 8 was his 100th career NHL goal...Missed game at Carolina on Nov. 28 and vs. Dallas on Dec. 1 after being suspended by the NHL for two games on Nov. 27 as a result of being assessed a game misconduct vs. Boston on Nov. 26...Recorded a goal and an assist at Carolina on Nov. 21, his first multiple-point game as a Flyer...Scored a goal vs. Pittsburgh on Nov. 10, his first goal as a Flyer...Posted an assist on Kapanen's game-winning goal vs. NY Islanders on Oct. 13, his first point as a Flyer...Game at Calgary on Oct. 4 was his first game as a Flyer.

In parts of six seasons with Nashville (2000-01 through 2006-07), Hartnell registered 93 goals and 118 assists for 211 points and 544 penalty minutes in 436 regular season games…Is first on the Predators All-Time List in penalty minutes with 544…Was originally drafted by Nashville in the first round (sixth overall) of the 2000 NHL Entry Draft…2006-07: Recorded 22 goals and 17 assists for 39 points and 96 penalty minutes in 64 games for the Predators…Was second on the team in power play goals with 10 and was tied for third on the team in plus/minus at +19…2005-06: Recorded 25 goals and 23 assists for 48 points and 101 penalty minutes in 81 regular season games with Nashville…Set career highs in points, goals, power-play goals (10) and plus/minus (+8)…Led the team and set a franchise-record with eight game-winning goals (tied for 8th in the NHL)…Recorded his 100th career NHL assist at Phoenix on March 28…Appeared in his 300th career NHL game at Columbus on October 26…Had two fivegame scoring streaks (Mar. 14-21 and Oct. 13-25)…2004-05:Posted 17 goals and 12 assists for 29 points and 103 penalty minutes with Valerengen IF Oslo (Norway)…Helped the team win the league championship and led all players with 19 points (12G,7A) in 11 games…2003-04:Missed 23 games due to injury…Finished second on the team in goals (18)…Recorded his 100th career NHL point (goal) at Detroit on November 8…Scored his first career playoff goal at Anaheim on November 21, it was also the 1,000th career goal in franchise history…2002-03: Played all 82 games for Nashville (one of four players)…Led the team in shots (221) and second in penalty minutes (101)…2001-02: Recorded a career high in assists (27)…Led the team in plus/minus (+5) and ranked second in game-winning goals (4) and penalty minutes (111)…Played in the NHL YoungStars Game at the NHL All-Star Game in Los Angeles on February 1…2000-01:Made his NHL Debut vs. Pittsburgh on October 7 in Japan…Was the youngest player (18 years, 172 days) in franchise history to play in an NHL game…Was the youngest player on an NHL roster for the season…Amateur Career: Played parts of three seasons with Prince Albert in the Western Hockey League…Posted 38 goals and 90 assists for 127 points and 230 penalty minutes in 128 games…Led the team 82 points (27G,55A) in 62 games…Ranked ninth in the WHL in assists (55)…Played in the 2000 WHL All-Star Game…International Career: Won a gold medal with Team Alberta in the 1999 Canada Games…Won a gold medal with Canada in the 1999 Under-18 Four Nations Tournament and scored the game-winning goal in overtime.