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Anton Stralman
NUMBER: 6 BIRTHDATE: August 1, 1986  (AGE 27)
HEIGHT: 5' 11" BIRTHPLACE: Tibro, Sweden
WEIGHT: 190 DRAFTED: TOR / 2005 NHL Entry Draft
Shoots: Right ROUND: 7th   (216th overall)

Last Game: *** in Game 5 at LAK

SCF vs. LAK: 4 GP, 0-0-0

ECF vs. MTL: 6 GP, 0-0-0

MDF vs. PIT: 7 GP, 0-3-3

- Led the team in plus/minus rating (plus-four) and tied for the team lead in assists (three) in the series

MDSF vs. PHI: 7 GP, 0-2-2

 

- Ranks third among defensemen on the team in assists (five), is tied for third among team defensemen in points (five), is tied for fourth on the team in plus/minus rating (plus-five) and ranks fourth on the team in average ice time (20:39) in the playoffs

- Recorded two assists and tied his career-high with a plus-four rating in 19:49 of ice time on Jan. 26 against NJD at Yankee Stadium; established an NHL record for highest +/- by a player in a regular season outdoor game (tied with Staal)

- Tallied his 100th career NHL point with an assist on Oct. 8 at SJS

Milestones Achieved: 100th career NHL point (10/8 at SJS)

2013-14 Regular Season Missed Game Information: 1 (INJ)

Traded to Calgary by Toronto with Colin Stuart and Toronto's 7th round choice (Matt DeBlouw) in 2012 Entry Draft for Wayne Primeau and Calgary's 2nd round choice (later traded to Chicago Chicago selected Brandon Saad) in 2011 Entry Draft, July 27, 2009. Traded to Columbus by Calgary for Columbus' 3rd round choice (Max Reinhart) in 2010 Entry Draft, September 29, 2009. Signed as a free agent by NY Rangers, November 5, 2011.
Quote of the Day

We want to make sure that whoever makes our team really makes our team by earning it and not putting them in situations where they get preference because of their status as a first-round pick or whatever it might be. That's not going to happen. Everybody has to earn their way on our team.

— Columbus Blue Jackets general manager Jarmo Kekalainen on the team's prospects at development camp