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Antoine Vermette  #50

NUMBER: 50 BIRTHDATE: July 20, 1982  (AGE 33)
HEIGHT: 6' 1" BIRTHPLACE: St. Agapit, QC, Canada
WEIGHT: 198 DRAFTED: OTT / 2000 NHL Entry Draft
Shoots: Left ROUND: 2nd   (55th overall)
PLAYOFF CAREER HIGHS Goals: 2 - Twice Assists: 1 - 10 times Points: 2 - Four times TOI: 26:21 - May 22, 2012 vs. LAK Goal Streak: 2 - April 27 - 29, 2012 Point Streak: 3 - April 23 - 29, 2012 (2g, 2a) FIRST ROUND STATS: 4 GP, 1-0-1, +2 SECOND ROUND STATS: 4 GP, 0-1-1, +3 WCF STATS: 6 GP, 1-2-3, E SCF STATS: 5 GP, 2-0-2, E 2015 PLAYOFF HIGHLIGHTS: Has three of Chicago's past six GWG ... Potted the GWG in SCFG5 ... Scored his first career Stanley Cup Final goal in SCFG1 ... Tallied an assist in WCFG5 and WCFG6 ... Scored the GWG at 5:37 in 2OT in WCFG4 ... Leads the team in faceoff win percentage (58.7%). 2014-15 NOTES: Split the season between Chicago and ARI ... Made his Chicago debut on March 2 vs. CAR ... Scored the game-winning shootout goal on March 6 vs. EDM ... Owns the NHL's second-longest regular-season consecutive games played streak at 475 ... Notched 35 points (13g, 22a) in 63 games with ARI. 2014 PLAYOFF HIGHLIGHTS: ARI did not qualify for the 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs.
AHL All-Rookie Team (2003) Missed majority of 2001-02 due to neck injury in Team Canada Jr. Selection Camp, June 3, 2001. Traded to Columbus by Ottawa for Pascal Leclaire and Columbus' 2nd round choice (Robin Lehner) in 2009 Entry Draft, March 4, 2009. Traded to Phoenix by Columbus for Curtis McElhinney, Ottawa's 2nd round choice (previously acquired, later traded to Philadelphia Philadelphia selected Anthony Stolarz) in 2012 Entry Draft and Phoenix's 4th round choice (later traded to Philadelphia, later traded to Los Angeles Los Angeles selected Justin Auger) in 2013 Entry Draft, February 22, 2012.
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I first met him when I was 19 years old and he coached me for 13 consecutive years. I don't know how many athletes who have had that pleasure. Al Arbour was a man that left us not only feeling like champions, but left us with a lot of great memories that we can carry on through life.

— Islanders Hall of Fame defenseman Denis Potvin on former coach Al Arbour, who passed away Friday at the age of 82