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Darcy Tucker
Darcy Tucker
Right Wing
(TUH-kuhr, DAHR-see)
Number: 16
Height: 5' 10"
Weight: 178
Shoots: Left
Born: 15 Mar 1975
Birthplace: Castor, AB, Canada
Acquired: Acquired from Tampa Bay along with a fourth round choice in 2000 Entry Draft (Miguel Delisle) in exchange for Mike Johnson, Marek Posmyk and Toronto's fifth and sixth round choices in 2000 Entry Draft (Pavel Sedov, Aaron Gionet) February 9, 2000. Originally Montreal's eighth choice, 151st overall, in 1993 Entry Draft.
Drafted: MTL / 1993 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 6th (151st overall)
2005-06: Played 74 games collecting 61 points (28 goals, 33 assists) with 100 penalty minutesRanked fourth on the team in points and second in goals Ranked third among team forwards in average ice time (17:38) Registered a career high in goals, powerplay goals (18), shots (189) and pointsRanked 11th in the NHL and first on the team in powerplay goalsRanked fourth on the team in multipoint games (13)Registered his 300th NHL career point October 11 vs. Philadelphia Registered a career high (tie) four points (one goal, three assists) October 14 at AtlantaMissed two games due to the birth of his son November 28Scored a career high (tie) two goals December 1 at Atlanta Registered his 200th career point (goal) as a Leaf December 6 vs. Los Angeles Missed six games due to injuryScored a career high (tie) two goals and set a career high in goals in a season (25 and 26) April 5 vs. the N.Y. Islanders...2004-05: Did not play2003-04: Played 64 games for Toronto collecting 32 points (21 goals, 11 assists) with 68 penalty minutesFinished fourth on the team in goals (21), fourth in powerplay goals (8-tie), fourth in shooting percentage (14.4%), fourth among team forwards in average ice time (17:50) and fifth in shots (146)Played his 300th career game as a Maple Leaf December 27 at the New York IslandersMissed 18 games due to injuryRegistered his 100th career assist as a Maple Leaf February 10 at Tampa BayRegistered a season-high three points (one goal, two assists) February 16 at PittsburghPlayed his 600th career NHL game February 17 vs. Boston Played 12 playoff games scoring two goals with 14 penalty minutesFinished third on the team in powerplay goals (1-tie) and third in penalty minutes (tie)Played his 50th career playoff game as a Maple Leaf April 16 vs. Ottawa2002-03: Played 77 games for Toronto collecting 36 points (10 goals, 26 assists) with 119 penalty minutesFinished fifth on the team in penalty minutes (119)Registered a team (tie) and career-high four points (four assists) opening night October 10 at PittsburghSet a franchise record (tie) for most assists in a season opener (Kent Douglas - October 15, 1964 vs. Detroit)Scored his 100th career NHL goal November 5 vs. Tampa BayPlayed his 200th career game as a Maple Leaf November 8 at DallasPlayed his 500th career NHL game December 18 at FloridaRegistered a team and season-high 42 penalty minutes March 4 at OttawaSuspended for five games (March 6 to 15) by the NHL for an on-ice incident March 4 at OttawaPlayed six playoff games collecting three assists with six penalty minutesFinished first on the team during the playoffs in assists (tie)Suffered a knee injury April 9 at PhiladelphiaReturned to the lineup after missing one game due to injuryPlayed his 50th career NHL playoff game April 22 at Philadelphia2001-02: Played 77 games for Toronto collecting 59 points (24 goals, 35 assists) with 92 penalty minutesRanked fifth in the NHL in shorthanded assists (3-tie), sixth in shooting percentage (19.4%-tie), 13th in even strength assists (30-tie), 14th in plus/minus (+24-tie) and 24th in shorthanded points (3-tie)Finished first on the team in plus/minus, second in multiple assist games (7), second in multiple point games (15), second in game winning goals (5), second in goals (24-tie), second in points (59), third in powerplay goals (7) and third in assists (35)Set a career highs in assistsRegistered his 100th career NHL assist October 11 at CarolinaPlayed his 400th career NHL game October 23 vs. BostonMissed three games due to injuryRegistered his 200th career NHL point (assist) December 22 vs. BuffaloSuspended for two games by the NHL for an on-ice incident March 21 vs. WashingtonRegistered his 100th career point (assist) as a Maple Leaf March 28 vs. the New York IslandersNamed NHL Player of the Week for the period ending April 14 (four goals, five assists)Played 17 playoff games collecting eight points (four goals, four assists) with 38 penalty minutesRanked fifth in the NHL playoffs in penalty minutesFinished fourth on the team during the playoffs in penalty minutes and fifth in goals (tie)Returned to the lineup after missing three games due to injury May 19 at Carolina2000-01: Played 82 games for Toronto collecting 37 points (16 goals, 21 assists) with 141 penalty minutesScored his first goal of the season October 19 at EdmontonPlayed 11 playoff games collecting two assists1999-00: Split the season between Tampa Bay and TorontoPlayed 50 games for Tampa Bay collecting 34 points (14 goals, 20 assists with 18 penalty minutesRegistered a club record 49 penalty minutes December 27 vs. FloridaPlayed 27 games for Toronto collecting 20 points (seven goals, 13 assists) with 57 penalty minutesMade his Maple Leafs debut February 12 vs. VancouverScored his first two goals as a Maple Leaf February 23 vs. PhoenixPlayed his 300th career NHL game March 22 vs. the New York Islander
s1998-99: Played 82 games for Tampa Bay collecting 43 points (21 goals, 22 assists) with 176 penalty minutesLed Tampa Bay in games played (tie), goals, points, penalty minutes, powerplay goals (8), powerplay points (15), forwards in average ice time (19:23) and faceoffs won (670)Set career highs in games played, penalty minutes, powerplay goals, powerplay points and shots (178)Played his 200th career NHL game February 3 at WashingtonRegistered a season-high 22 penalty minutes February 15 at the New York Islanders1997-98: Played 39 games for Montreal collecting six points (one goal, five assists) with 57 penalty minutesAcquired by Tampa Bay from Montreal January 15Played 35 games for Tampa Bay collecting 14 points (six goals, eight assists) with 89 penalty minutesMade his Lightning debut and collected an assist January 21 vs. WashingtonScored his first career goal as a Lightning February 4 at CarolinaScored his first career NHL shorthanded goal March 7 at Vancouver1996-97: Played 73 games for Montreal collecting 20 points (seven goals, 13 assists) with 110 penalty minutesThree of his seven goals were game winning goalsScored his first career NHL goal November 7 at Los AngelesRegistered his first career NHL assist December 11 vs. Buffalo1995-96: Played three games for Montreal.Played his first career NHL game January 1 vs. St. LouisSpent the majority of the season with Fredericton of the American Hockey League collecting 93 points (29 goals, 64 assists) with 174 penalty minutes.Was named the American Hockey League Rookie of the YearRanked fifth in the AHL in assists and 13th in pointsFinished first on the team in points1991-92 to 1994-95: Played four seasons for Kamloops of the Western Hockey League collecting 379 points (150 goals, 229 assists) in 223 gamesSet a Canadian Hockey League record (tie) winning three Memorial Cup Championships with Kamloops (1992, 1994, 1995)Represented Canada at the 1995 World Junior Championships and won the Gold medalPlayed seven tournament games collecting four assists.
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