Philadelphia Flyers
Chicago Blackhawks
Daniel Carcillo
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DanielCarcillo
POSITION: Left Wing
HEIGHT: 6' 0"
SHOOTS: Left
WEIGHT: 200
BIRTHDATE: 01/28/1985
AGE: 29
BIRTHPLACE: King City, ON, CAN
DRAFTED: PIT: 2003-73 overall
2009 Playoffs: Recorded an assist and was a +2 at Pittsburgh in Game Five on Apr. 23... Posted a goal (his first as a Flyers and first career playoff goal) vs. Pittsburgh in Game Four on Apr. 21... Went scoreless vs. Pittsburgh in Game Three on Apr. 19... Did not play because of one game suspension by the NHL in Game Two at Pittsburgh on Apr. 17... Went scoreless in Game One at Pittsburgh on Apr. 15 (his NHL playoff debut).
2008-09 Regular Season:
- Flyers Career Regular Season Totals: 19 GP, 0-4-4, 65 PIM
- Career Regular Season Totals vs. Penguins: 3 GP, 0-0-0, 4 PIM
- 2008-09 Single Game Regular Season Highs: Goals - 1 (three times); Assists - 2 (vs. NYR, 3/14/09); Points - 2 (vs. NYR, 3/14/09); Shots - 6 (twice); Plus/Minus - +2 (five times); TOI - 19:48 (@ LA, 2/21/09)
2009-10
Playoffs: Played in Games 2 and 3 of the Stanley Cup Final vs. CHI…Had one assist in Game 3 vs. MTL of the Eastern Conference Final… Had two assists in Games 4 and 6 of Eastern Conference Semifinals vs. Boston… Recorded 2 goals and 3 pts in the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals vs. New Jersey… Scored game winning goal in overtime in Game 3 vs. NJ.
Regular Season: Led the Flyers in penalty minutes (207 – 4th in NHL) and hits (194)… Received two-game suspension by NHL for hit on New Jersey’s Clarkson on 3/28 (Missed 4/1-4/2)… Had a goal vs. Detroit on 4/4 (his return to lineup from suspension)… Had “Gordie Howe” hat trick (1G,1A, 1 fight) at Tampa Bay on 3/2… Appeared in his 200th NHL game on 2/3 at Edmonton… Became first player in a Winter Classic to have a fighting major (with Boston’s Shawn Thornton)… Missed four games (12/7 – 12/12) due to suspension by NHL for his hit to Capitals’ Bradley on 12/5… Recorded an assist and 29 minutes in penalties vs. Washington on 12/5… Had two goals (his 1st goal of year), was +3 and had seven shots at Buffalo on 11/6.
CAREER
2008-09: Led the NHL in penalty minutes (254)... Recorded an assist vs. Nashville on Mar. 7, his first point as a Flyer... Went scoreless vs. Calgary on Mar. 5, his first game as a Flyer… Acquired from Phoenix in exchange for forward Scottie Upshall and a second round draft pick in 2011 on Mar. 4… 2007-08: Played in 57 games for the Coyotes, collecting 13-11-24…Led the NHL in penalty minutes (324 – Coyotes rookie record)… Ranked 5th on the Coyotes and T-9th among all NHL rookies in goals (13)…
Recorded his first career hat-trick vs. Dallas on Apr. 4…  Scored two goals to record the first multi-goal game of his career vs. Minnesota on Oct. 13… 2006-07: Appeared in 18 games for the Coyotes after being acquired from Pittsburgh on Feb. 27, recording seven points (4G,3A) and 74 penalty minutes… Recorded his first NHL assist vs. Colorado on Mar. 17… Posted his first career NHL goal vs. Chicago on Mar. 10… Made his NHL debut for the Coyotes on Mar. 3 vs. Columbus… Appeared in 52 games for Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL) prior to being traded on Feb. 27… He recorded 30 points (21G,9A) and 183 penalty minutes…
2005-06: Played in 51 games for Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL), recording 24 points (11G,13A) and 311 penalty minutes (4th in AHL, 1st among rookies)… Registered five points (3G,2A) in six games for ECHL’s Wheeling… 2004-05: Began the season with Sarnia (OHL), recording nine points (2G,7A) and 40 penalty minutes in 12 games… Traded to Mississauga on Oct. 9… Appeared in 20 games with Mississauga, finishing with 18 points (8G,10A) and 75 penalty minutes… 2003-04: Finished with 30-29-59 in 61 games
for Sarnia…Ranked second on the team in goals (30) and fourth in points (59)… 2002-03: Registered 66 points (29G,37A) and 157 PIM in 68 games with Sarnia…Named to Second Team OHL All-Rookie Team…Ranked 4th on the team in scoring and 5th in goals… International: 2003: Won gold medal with Team Canada at 2003 Under-18 World Championships in Russia… Assisted on overtime game-winning goal for Canada in semifinal game against U.S.