Braydon Coburn
POSITION: Defenseman
HEIGHT: 6' 5"
BIRTHDATE: 02/27/1985
AGE: 31
DRAFTED: ATL: 2003-8 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 in Game Three on Apr. 19...Posted two assists and 33:46 of ice time in Game Two at Pittsburgh on Apr. 17... Recorded over 26 minutes of ice time and went scoreless in Game One at Pittsburgh on Apr. 15.
2008-09 Regular Season:
- Flyers Career Regular Season Totals: 178 GP, 19-51-70, 187 PIM
- Career Regular Season Totals vs. Penguins: 17 GP, 3-6-9, 36 PIM
- 2008-09 Single Game Regular Season Highs: Goals - 1 (seven times); Assists - 2 (vs. NJ, 10/25/08); Points - 2 (vs. NJ, 10/25/08); Shots - 8 (@ WAS, 1/6/09 - new career high); Plus/Minus - +3 (vs. SJ, 10/22/08); TOI - 32:49 (vs. CAR, 12/11/08 - new career high).
Playoffs: Appeared in all 23 playoff games… Recorded an assist in Game 3 of SCF vs. Chicago, while playing 31:26…Recorded 2 pts (1G,1A) in Game 1 vs. MTL (1st career playoff goal and 2nd career multi-point playoff game)… 2nd among all players in series in +/- (+6)… Played in all seven games of Eastern Conference Semifinals vs. Boston…Recorded one assist in Eastern Conference Quarterfinals vs. New Jersey (Game 2), 8 PIM and was +2.  Regular Season: Missed game at Boston on 12/14 due to an ankle injury… Scored two goals, new career high for goals in a game, vs. Carolina on 10/31… Played his 200th game as a Flyer on 11/25. 2008-09: Underwent arthoscopic surgery on June 22 to remove a small bony impingement in his left hip…Playoffs: Recorded three assists and led the team in average ice-time (26:29) in the ECQF vs. Pittsburgh…Regular Season: Led the team in average ice time (24:37) and defense in goals (7)... Set new career highs in time-on-ice in a single game (32:49 vs. Carolina on Dec. 11) and shots in a game (8 – at Washington on Jan. 6)… Appeared in his 200th career NHL game on Mar. 12 vs. Washington… Missed two games (1/31-2/4) due to the flu… 2006-07: Posted an assist vs. Florida on March 8, his first assist as a Flyer...Scored a goal at Pittsburgh on March 4, his first career NHL goal...Game at NY Islanders on Feb. 27 was his first game as a Flyer...Posted four assists and 30 penalty minutes in 29 games for the Thrashers...Also appeared 15 games for the Thrashers’ American Hockey League affiliate, the Chicago Wolves, recording a goal and 10 assists for 11 points and 36 penalty minutes...Set a career high for assists in a game and points in a game with two assists vs. Los Angeles on Jan. 16...Missed nine games from Oct. 5 through 23 due to a shoulder injury…2005-06: Appeared in nine games with the Atlanta Thrashers, making his NHL debut at Florida on October 5 and recording his first NHL point with an assist vs. Washington on October 8…Posted six goals and 20 assists for 26 points and 134 penalty minutes in 73 games for Atlanta’s AHL affiliate, the Chicago Wolves…Finished third on the team among defensemen in goals, assists and points…2004-05: Appeared in three regular season games for Chicago, recording one assist, at the conclusion of his junior career with Portland of the Western Hockey League…Had one assist and 36 penalty minutes in 18 games during the Calder Cup playoffs, helping Chicago reach the Calder Cup Finals…Led the team defense in scoring with 44 points (12G,32A) in 60 games (12th among WHL defensemen)…Scored four goals (three power play) at Seattle on February 4 to become the seventh defenseman in WHL history to scored four goals in one game…2003-04: Recorded 30 points (10G,20A) and 92 penalty minutes in 55 games…Finished second on Portland’s defense in scoring, leading in goals and power play goals (7)…Amateur Career: Scored 29 goals and 102 assists for 131 points and 483 penalty minutes in 238 games over parts of five seasons with Portland (2000-01 through 2004-05)…Served as captain for Portland from 2003-04 through 2004-05…Named WHL Western Conference First Team All-Star from 2003-04 through 2004-05…Was awarded the 2003-04 WHL Humanitarian of the Year Award for off-ice commitment and leadership…Named WHL Rookie of the Year in 2001-02…Was Portland’s nominee for Scholastic Player of the Year in 2001-02 and was a WHL finalist in 2002-03…Posted four assists in 14 playoff games helping lead Portland to the WHL Finals in 2001.