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Lee Stempniak  #22

Pittsburgh Penguins  Right Wing
NUMBER: 22 BIRTHDATE: February 4, 1983  (AGE 31)
HEIGHT: 5' 11" BIRTHPLACE: West Seneca, NY, United States
WEIGHT: 196 DRAFTED: STL / 2003 NHL Entry Draft
Shoots: Right ROUND: 5th   (148th overall)

2014 POSTSEASON:

Home: 2GP 0G-0A-0PTS   -1        Even Strength: 1G-0A-1PTS      Shorthanded: 0G-0A-0PTS

Road: 1GP 1G-0A-1PTS    -1        Power Play: 0G-0A-0PTS

 

2014 POSTSEASON:

* Notched first career playoff goal vs. Sergei Bobrovsky @ CBJ Apr. 21.

* Led team w/4 hits vs. CBJ Apr. 16.

 

2013-14 REGULAR SEASON:

* Ranked 2nd in NHL w/5 SH PTS (2G-3A).

* Ranked 5th among team forwards w/178 shots and 104 hits.

* Finished 6th among team forwards w/1:20 SH TOI/G.

* Notched 3 pts (1G-2A) vs. DAL Mar. 18, including his 1st goal w/PIT.

* Made his Pittsburgh debut @ SJS Mar. 6.

 

2013-14 REGULAR SEASON:

Home: 38GP 5G-12A-17PTS  -4        Even Strength: 10G-15A-25PTS             Shorthanded: 2G-3A-5PTS

Road: 35GP 7G-10A-17PTS  -12           Power Play: 0G-4A-4PTS

 

PLAYOFF NUMBERS WITH PITTSBURGH: 3GP 1G-0A-1PTS

REGULAR-SEASON NUMBERS WITH PITTSBURGH: 21GP 4G-7A-11PTS

ECAC All-Rookie Team (2002) ECAC First All-Star Team (2004, 2005) NCAA East First All-American Team (2004) NCAA East Second All-American Team (2005) Traded to Toronto by St. Louis for Alex Steen and Carlo Colaiacovo, November 24, 2008. Traded to Phoenix by Toronto for Matt Jones and Phoenix's 4th (later traded to Washington Washington selected Philipp Grubauer) and 7th (later traded to Edmonton Edmonton selected Kellen Jones) round choices in 2010 Entry Draft, March 3, 2010. Traded to Calgary by Phoenix for Daymond Langkow, August 29, 2011.

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