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Mark Eaton

Mark Eaton  #4

Defenseman
NUMBER: 4 BIRTHDATE: May 6, 1977
HEIGHT: 6' 1" BIRTHPLACE: Wilmington, DE, United States
WEIGHT: 215
Shoots: Left

2013 POSTSEASON:

Home: 4GP 0G-3A-3PTS  +4             Even Strength: 0G-3A-3PTS           Shorthanded: 0G-0A-0PTS

Road: 4GP 0G-0A-0PTS   -2              Power Play: 0G-0A-0PTS

 

2013 POSTSEASON:

* 5th on team w/18 blocked shots.

* Tied for team lead in OTT series w/+4 rating.

* Was +3 in Game 4 vs. OTT.

* Collected 1st point (assist) of season Game 1 vs. NYI.

* Finished w/game-high 8 blocked shots Game 1 vs. NYI.

 

2012-13 REGULAR SEASON:

* Tied single-game career high w/+4 rating vs. NYI Mar. 10.



2012-13 REGULAR SEASON:

Home: 15GP 0G-0A-0PTS  +6                      Even Strength: 0G-0A-0PTS            

Road: 8GP 0G-0A-0PTS  +3                          Power Play: 0G-0A-0PTS

 

PLAYOFF NUMBERS WITH PITTSBURGH: 50GP 4G-9A-13PTS

REGULAR-SEASON NUMBERS WITH PITTSBURGH: 241GP 7G-24A-31PTS

USHL Second All-Star Team (1997) Curt Hammer Award (USHL Most Gentlemanly Player) (1997) CCHA Rookie of the Year (1998) Signed as a free agent by Philadelphia, August 4, 1998. Traded to Nashville by Philadelphia for Detroit's 3rd round choice (previously acquired, Philadelphia selected Patrick Sharp) in 2001 Entry Draft, September 29, 2000. Signed as a free agent by Grand Rapids (AHL), February 16, 2005. Signed as a free agent by Pittsburgh, July 3, 2006. Signed as a free agent by NY Islanders, July 2, 2010. Missed majority of 2010-11 due to hip injury at Calgary, January 3, 2011. Signed as a free agent by Wilkes-Barre (AHL), January 23, 2013. Signed as a free agent by Pittsburgh, February 25, 2013.
Quote of the Day

Your team is going to want to recapture the feeling. What they're going to have to figure out is they're going to have to rewrite the story. Because you're going to rewrite the story doesn't mean you want a different end. It's just that you're going to have to learn that there's different challenges to get there, and if you're going to try and tap the same feeling, it ain't going to happen.

— Los Angeles Kings general manager Dean Lombardi on maintaining their success from last season