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Shean Donovan

Shean Donovan  #10

Right Wing
NUMBER: 10 BIRTHDATE: January 22, 1975
HEIGHT: 6' 3" BIRTHPLACE: Timmins, ON, Canada
WEIGHT: 218 DRAFTED: SJS / 1993 NHL Entry Draft
Shoots: Right ROUND: 2nd   (28th overall)

Notes: In parts of two seasons with the Penguins (2001-03): Played 65 games, recorded six goals, six assists and 34 penalty minutes; Tallied his 100th NHL point on 1/30/01 vs Pittsburgh; Missed games: Suffered right knee injury, Nov. 19, missed 17 games, returned Dec. 23 at Pittsburgh (8-2 loss)
Career game highs: Goals: 3, (2x) last: 12/7/03 vs Pittsburgh (with Calgary); Assists: 3, 11/4/00 at Boston (with Atlanta); Points: 4, (3-1) 12/7/03 vs Pittsburgh (with Calgary)
Last time in the playoffs: Goal: 4/11/08 at Pittsburgh (5-3 loss), Assist: 5/27/04 at Tampa Bay (with Calgary)
All-time playoffs vs Pittsburgh: GP: 5, 1-0, 2 PIM

Traded to Colorado by San Jose with San Jose's 1st round choice (Alex Tanguay) in 1998 Entry Draft for Mike Ricci and Colorado's 2nd round choice (later traded to Buffalo Buffalo selected Jaroslav Kristek) in 1998 Entry Draft, November 21, 1997. Traded to Atlanta by Colorado for Rick Tabaracci, December 8, 1999. Claimed on waivers by Pittsburgh from Atlanta, March 15, 2002. Traded to Calgary by Pittsburgh for Micki Dupont and Mathias Johansson, March 11, 2003. Signed as a free agent by Geneve (Swiss), November 13, 2004. Signed as a free agent by Boston, July 2, 2006. Traded to Ottawa by Boston for Peter Schaefer, July 17, 2007. Missed majority of 2009-10 due to knee injury vs. Pittsburgh, November 19, 2009 and as a healthy reserve. Signed to a PTO (professional tryout) contract by Syracuse (AHL), October 31, 2010.

I've been getting frustrated lately, and the only thing keeping me sane was the team winning and other people stepping up and scoring. Then you just kind of let it go and realize you can end the series with one shot, that frustration goes away for a brief moment, and that's what happened.

— Montreal forward Max Pacioretty after scoring the OT winner in Game 4 -- his first career playoff goal -- to eliminate the Lightning and send the Canadiens into the second round