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Craig Adams  #27

Pittsburgh Penguins  Right Wing
NUMBER: 27 BIRTHDATE: April 26, 1977  (AGE 38)
HEIGHT: 6' 0" BIRTHPLACE: Seria, Brunei Darussalam
WEIGHT: 200 DRAFTED: HFD / 1996 NHL Entry Draft
Shoots: Right ROUND: 9th   (223rd overall)
Holds the longest consecutive games played streak in Penguins history (319 GP). 2015 POSTSEASON: Is looking to make his 2015 postseason debut. 2014-15 REGULAR SEASON: Had been plus or even in 59 of 70 games played. His 183 hits ranked 2nd on the Penguins. Ranked 2nd among all PIT forwards averaging 2:33 of SH TOI/G. Did not play in the Penguins contest Dec. 20 vs. FLA due to injury, snapping his franchise-record consecutive GP streak at 319. His 18 career shorthanded points (7G-11A) rank 1st among all active Penguins. Appeared in his 900th NHL game Nov. 22 at NYI. Became just the 12th player drafted in 1996, and the 6th selected in the 2nd round or later, to play 900 games. Career Info: HIGHS: G: 2 A: 2 P: 3 SHOOTOUT NUMBERS w/PGH: 0 G, 0 Att, 0.0 Pct REGULAR-SEASON NUMBERS WITH PITTSBURGH: 453GP 18G-53A-71PTS PPG: 3 SHG: 7 Postseason Career Info: POSTSEASON NUMBERS w/PIT: 77GP 7G-5A-12PTS
Rights transferred to Carolina after Hartford franchise relocated, June 25, 1997. Missed majority of 1997-98 due to shoulder injury vs. University of Wisconsin (WCHA), December 27, 1997. Signed as a free agent by Milano, (Italy), July 28, 2004. Signed as a free agent by Anaheim, August 25, 2005. Traded to Carolina by Anaheim for Bruno St. Jacques, October 3, 2005. Traded to Chicago by Carolina for future considerations, January 17, 2008. Claimed on waivers by Pittsburgh from Chicago, March 4, 2009.
Quote of the Day

It was a different game in the past, that's for sure. It's not exactly what I was expecting but I think the experience paid off for a lot of our guys that realized what it takes in a Game 7. Realistically the effort we put forward, we might not even had to put 60 [minutes], but we just couldn't get a couple bounces to go our way and we just kept pushing.

— Capitals goaltender Braden Holtby on Washington's play in Game 7 vs. the Islanders