Toronto Maple Leafs
Calgary Flames
Matt Stajan
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MattStajan
POSITION: Centre
HEIGHT: 6' 1"
SHOOTS: Left
WEIGHT: 192
BIRTHDATE: 19/12/1983
AGE: 30
BIRTHPLACE: Mississauga, ON, CAN
DRAFTED: TOR: 2002-57 overall

2008-09 REGULAR SEASON
- Leads Toronto in faceoff percentage (51.4%) and is tied for the team-lead in assists (38)
- Collected an assist in consecutive games (Apr. 1, Apr. 3)
- Collected two points (one goal, one assist) on Mar. 27 at BUF
- Set a career high with an assist in five consecutive games (Feb. 26-Mar. 7), including his 100th career NHL assist on Feb. 28 at OTT
- Registered three points (one goal, two assists) on Feb. 14 vs. PIT
- Missed five games due to injury (Dec. 28-Jan. 6)
- Scored two goals and collected an assist on Dec. 22 at Atlanta
- Registered a career high six-game point streak (Nov. 4-15) with 10 points (two goals, eight assists) in that span
- Registered three assists on Nov. 13 at EDM
- Registered a five-game point streak (Oct. 23-Nov. 1) with seven points (three goals, four assists) in that span
- Scored two goals and collected an assist on Oct. 29 at NJD
- Was a healthy scratch on Oct. 13 vs. STL

MILESTONES REACHED THIS SEASON
- Career high in assists and points
- Career high point / assist streaks
- 100th NHL assist
2005-06: Played 80 games for Toronto collecting 27 points (15 goals, 12 assists) with 50 penalty minutesRanked first (tie) in the NHL in shorthanded points (8), eighth (tie) in goals (4) and third (tie) in assists (4)Registered a career high in goals, points (tie), powerplay goals (3), shorthanded goals (4), game winning goals (5), shots (83), games played and penalty minutes Registered a career high three points (one goal, two assists) November 3 at Carolina Scored a career high two goals December 19 vs. the N.Y. Islanders Registered a career high (tie) three points (two goals, one assist) December 19 vs. the N.Y. Islanders Scored his career high 15th goal April 15 at Ottawa...2004-05: Played 80 games for St. John's of the American Hockey League collecting 66 points (23 goals, 43 assists) with 43 penalty minutesRanked 19th in the AHL in assists, 22nd in points (tie) and 22nd in shorthanded goals (2-tie)Finished first on the team in games played (tie), first in shorthanded goals, second in shots (201), third in goals, third in points, third in game winning goals (4-tie) and fifth in powerplay goals (6)Registered a season-high (tie) four points (two goals, two assists) January 19 at HersheyPlayed five AHL playoff games collecting four points (two goals, two assists) with six penalty minutesLed the team in goals (tie) and points (tie)2003-04: Played 69 games for Toronto collecting 27 points (14 goals, 13 assists) with 22 penalty minutesRanked seventh among NHL rookies in goals (14-tie), 10th in plus/minus (+7-tie), 13th in points (27-tie) and 18th in assists (13-tie)Played in the NHL YoungStars Game collecting two points (one goal, one assist)Registered his first career NHL assist October 16 at New JerseyRegistered a season-high (tie) three game point streak (two goals, one assist) from January 1 to 5Registered his first career NHL multiple point game (one goal, one assist) February 14 vs. BuffaloAssigned to St. John's of the American Hockey League March 6 but did not see actionRecalled from St. John's March 9Played three playoff games collecting two penalty minutesMade his NHL playoff debut April 16 vs. Ottawa2002-03: Played one game for Toronto scoring one goalScored his first career NHL goal in his first career NHL game April 5 vs. OttawaPlayed one game for St. John's of the American Hockey League collecting one assistRegistered his first career AHL point (assist) in his first career AHL game April 4 vs. ManitobaRepresented Canada at the World Junior Championships and won the Silver MedalPlayed seven tournament games collecting two points (one goal, one assist)Spent the majority of the season with Belleville of the Ontario Hockey League collecting 94 points (34 goals, 60 assists) with 75 penalty minutesRanked fifth in the OHL in assists, fifth in shorthanded goals (5-tie), fifth in plus/minus (+41) and eighth in pointsLed the team in assists, points, plus/minus, powerplay goals (11) and shorthanded goalsPlayed seven playoff games for Belleville collecting 13 points (five goals, eight assists) with 16 penalty minutesLed his team during the playoffs in assists and points2001-02: Played 68 games for Belleville collecting 85 points (33 goals, 52 assists) with 50 penalty minutesNamed the OHL Eastern Conference's Most Underrated Player and was a finalist as the Best Defensive Forward in the OHL Coaches PollRanked sixth in the OHL in plus/minus (+36)Registered the OHL's longest assist streak (18 assists) of the season from January 5 to February 9Played for the OHL Eastern Conference All-Stars at the Hershey Cup collecting three assistsPlayed 11 playoff games collecting 11 points (three goals, eight assists) with 14 penalty minutes2000-01: Played 57 games for Belleville collecting 27 points (nine goals, 18 assists) with 27 penalty minutesPlayed seven playoff games collecting seven points (one goal, six assists) with five penalty minutes.