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Jamie Langenbrunner

Jamie Langenbrunner  #15

Right Wing
NUMBER: 15 BIRTHDATE: July 24, 1975
HEIGHT: 6' 1" BIRTHPLACE: Cloquet, MN, United States
WEIGHT: 205 DRAFTED: DAL / 1993 NHL Entry Draft
Shoots: Right ROUND: 2nd   (35th overall)
Career as a Blue: 74GP, 6-19-25, 32 PIM
12'-13' at Home: 2GP, 0-0-0
12'-13' on Road: 2GP, 0-1-1
12'-13' Playoffs: 0GP, 0-0-0, 0 PIM
Quick Hits
--Became 21st  American player to reach the 1,100-game mark on 3/27 vs. NSH
--Among American players all-time ranks 10th in GWG (58), 24th in assists (419), 27th in goals (243) and 28th in pts (662)
--Won Stanley Cup with DAL in 1999 and NJD in 2003
--Captained Team USA at 2010 Olympics...Also represented USA in the 2004 World Cup and 1998 Olympics
Traded to New Jersey by Dallas with Joe Nieuwendyk for Jason Arnott, Randy McKay and New Jersey's 1st round choice (later traded to Columbus, later traded to Buffalo Buffalo selected Daniel Paille) in 2002 Entry Draft, March 19, 2002. Signed as a free agent by Ingolstadt (Germany), January 24, 2005. Traded to Dallas by New Jersey for Dallas's 3rd round choice (Blake Coleman) in 2011 Entry Draft and future considerations, January 6, 2011. Signed as a free agent by St. Louis, July 6, 2011. Missed majority of 2012-13 due to hip surgery, February 9, 2013. Officialy announced his retirement, January 15, 2014.
Quote of the Day

The groove of being behind a bench is going to be interesting at first, but thank God we have a few exhibition games to get rid of those cobwebs. Overall the excitement of it all and the freshness and coming back refreshed, all those things are going to be assets. If [the players] come ready to give their best effort in practice and games, good things are going to happen. I'm always looking for results. It's not always on the scoreboard. It's winning and building something.

— Bryan Trottier on making his return to coaching as an assistant with the Sabres