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Steve Montador

Steve Montador  #5

Defenseman
NUMBER: 5 BIRTHDATE: December 21, 1979
HEIGHT: 6' 0" BIRTHPLACE: Vancouver, BC, Canada
WEIGHT: 210
Shoots: Right

2012-13: Has not played

 

2011-12: Registered 14 points (5G, 9A) in 52 regular-season contests … Finished with a +9 plus/minus rating in 27 tilts at the United Center … Posted four multi-point efforts … Collected a season-high two assists on Jan. 12 vs. MIN … Recorded a season-high 19 penalty minutes against CBJ on Jan. 10 … Tallied the first multi-goal game of his NHL career and added a season-high four hits on Nov. 13 against EDM … Netted his first goal in a Blackhawks sweater, the game-winner, added an assist for his first multi-point game of the season, and registered a fighting major for a Gordie Howe hat trick at CBJ on Nov. 10 … Notched the first point of his Blackhawks career with an assist against DAL on Oct. 8 in the club’s home opener … Missed 30 regular-season games (Jan. 2-6; Feb. 10-March 27; March 29-April 7) and all six postseason tilts due to injury..

Signed as a free agent by Calgary, April 10, 2000. Missed majority of 2003-04 as a healthy reserve. Signed as a free agent by Mulhouse (France), September 17, 2004. Traded to Florida by Calgary with Dustin Johner for Kristian Huselius, December 2, 2005. Signed as a free agent by Anaheim, July 11, 2008. Traded to Boston by Anaheim for Petteri Nokelainen, March 4, 2009. Signed as a free agent by Buffalo, July 1, 2009. Traded to Chicago by Buffalo for Florida's 7th round choice (previously acquired, Buffalo selected Judd Petersen) in 2012 Entry Draft, June 29, 2011. Missed majority of 2012-13 due to head injury vs. Nashville, March 31, 2012. Signed as a free agent by Zagreb (KHL), August 11, 2013.

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 series winner in Game 4 -- his first career playoff goal -- to eliminate the Lightning and send the Canadiens into the second round