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PLAYER PROFILE:
97 Jeremy Roenick
Philadelphia Flyers
Drafted in the 1988 NHL Draft, 1st Round, 8th Overall.
Jeremy Roenick Position: Center
Height: 6'-1"
Weight: 211 lbs.
Birthdate: January 17, 1970
Birthplace: Boston, Massachusetts
Shoots: Right
Last Amateur Club: Hull QMJHL 1988-89.

SEASON RECORDS

REGULAR SEASON
Year Team

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

+/-

PP

SH

GW

GT

S

Pct
1988-89 Hull QMJHL 28 34 36 70 14 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
1988-89 Chicago Blackhawks NHL 20 9 9 18 4 4 2 0 0 0 52 17.31
1989-90 Chicago Blackhawks NHL 78 26 40 66 54 2 6 0 4 0 173 15.03
1990-91 Chicago Blackhawks NHL 79 41 53 94 80 38 15 4 10 1 194 21.13
1991-92 Chicago Blackhawks NHL 80 53 50 103 98 23 22 3 13 0 234 22.65
1992-93 Chicago Blackhawks NHL 84 50 57 107 86 15 22 3 3 3 255 19.61
1993-94 Chicago Blackhawks NHL 84 46 61 107 125 21 24 5 5 1 281 16.37
1994-95 Kolner Haie Germany 3 3 1 4 2 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
1994-95 Chicago Blackhawks NHL 33 10 24 34 14 5 5 0 1 0 93 10.75
1995-96 Chicago Blackhawks NHL 66 32 35 67 109 9 12 4 2 2 171 18.71
1996-97 Phoenix Coyotes NHL 72 29 40 69 115 -7 10 3 7 0 228 12.72
1997-98 Team USA Olympics 4 0 1 1 6 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
1997-98 Phoenix Coyotes NHL 79 24 32 56 103 5 6 1 3 1 182 13.19
1998-99 Phoenix Coyotes NHL 78 24 48 72 130 7 4 0 3 0 203 11.82
1999-00 Phoenix Coyotes NHL 75 34 44 78 102 11 6 3 12 1 192 17.7
2000-01 Phoenix Coyotes NHL 80 30 46 76 114 -1 13 0 7 1 192 15.63
2001-02 Team USA Olympics 6 1 4 5 2 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2001-02 Philadelphia Flyers NHL 75 21 46 67 74 32 5 0 3 0 167 12.57
2002-03 Philadelphia Flyers NHL 79 27 32 59 75 13 5 1 3 1 109 14.68
2003-04 Philadelphia Flyers NHL 62 19 28 47 62 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
SIXTEEN (16) NHL SEASONS 1124 475 645 1120 1345 177 157 27 76 11 2726 16.32

POST-SEASON
Year Team

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

+/-

PP

SH

GW

GT

S

Pct
1988-89 Chicago Blackhawks NHL 10 1 3 4 7 0 1 0 1 0 12 8.33
1989-90 Chicago Blackhawks NHL 20 11 7 18 8 -1 4 0 1 0 47 23.4
1990-91 Chicago Blackhawks NHL 6 3 5 8 4 2 1 0 1 0 13 23.08
1991-92 Chicago Blackhawks NHL 18 12 10 22 12 11 4 0 3 0 56 21.43
1992-93 Chicago Blackhawks NHL 4 1 2 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 16 6.25
1993-94 Chicago Blackhawks NHL 6 1 6 7 2 4 0 0 1 0 15 6.67
1994-95 Chicago Blackhawks NHL 8 1 2 3 16 -2 0 0 0 0 13 7.69
1995-96 Chicago Blackhawks NHL 10 5 7 12 2 6 1 0 1 0 21 23.81
1996-97 Phoenix Coyotes NHL 6 2 4 6 4 6 0 0 0 0 16 12.5
1997-98 Phoenix Coyotes NHL 6 5 3 8 4 -1 2 2 2 0 20 25
1998-99 Phoenix Coyotes NHL 1 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 0 2 0
1999-00 Phoenix Coyotes NHL 5 2 2 4 10 -4 1 0 0 0 14 14.28
2001-02 Philadelphia Flyers NHL 5 0 0 0 14 -3 0 0 0 0 14 0
2002-03 Philadelphia Flyers NHL 13 3 5 8 8 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2003-04 Philadelphia Flyers NHL 18 4 9 13 8 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
FIFTEEN (15) NHL POST-SEASONS 136 51 65 116 101 17 14 2 10 0 259 16.99

AWARDS & ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Milestones Achieved:

  • 600th Assist: 
  • 500th Assist: 10/22/00 at Edmonton.
  • 1000th Game: 
  • 900th Game: 3/19/01 at Los Angeles.
  • 800th Game: 2/1/00 at San Jose.
  • 700th Game: 12/16/98 at Toronto.
  • 600th Game: 10/8/97 vs. Boston.
  • 500th Game: 1/6/96 at Detroit.
  • 400th Game: 2/18/94 at Winnipeg.
  • 400th Goal: 2/23/01 at Buffalo.
  • 300th Goal: 10/26/97 vs. Buffalo.
  • 200th Goal: 1/25/94 at Detroit.
  • 1000th Point: 1/30/02 at Ottawa.
  • 900th Point: 12/22/00 vs. Atlanta.
  • 800th Point: 10/28/99 at Vancouver.
  • 700th Point: 1/14/98 vs. Florida.
  • 500th Point: 1/1/95 vs. Los Angeles.
  • 300th Point: 12/7/92 vs. Quebec.
  • 100th Point: 11/1/90 vs. Quebec.

Facts:

  • First NHL Game: Oct. 6, 1988 vs. New York Rangers.
  • First NHL Goal: Feb. 14, 1989 at Minnesota.
  • NHL All-Star Games: 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1999, 2000.

Notables:

  • Nickname is J.R..
  • Has two dogs, Shar-Pei named Fuji and Doberman named Apollo, also owns two horses.
  • During the summer, he worked out, played golf and traveled.
  • Gameday rituals include putting equipment on from right to left.
  • Would like to meet President George Bush if he could meet anyone famous.
  • Lists Scooby Doo as his favorite cartoon character.
  • Favorite food is Chinese.
  • Mint chocolate chip is his preferred flavor of ice cream.
  • If he could be any musician, he would be Enrique Iglesias.
  • Lists chicken and rice as his favorite pre-game meal.
  • Midnight by Dean Koontz is his favorite book.
  • People would be most surprised to know that he is a good writer.
  • Most memorable moment to date is the birth of his two children.
  • Lists Larry Bird as his all-time favorite athlete.
  • Favorite charity is Special Olympics.

Awards:

  • 1988-89 Season:
    • QMJHL Second All-Star Team.

TRANSACTIONS

June, 1988:

  • Drafted by Chicago in the first round (8th overall) of 1988 Entry Draft.

August 16, 1996:

  • Traded to Phoenix by Chicago for Alexei Zhamnov, Craig Mills and Phoenix's 1st round choice (Ty Jones) in 1997 Entry Draft.

July 2, 2001:

  • Signed as a free agent by Philadelphia.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

International Career:

  • Recorded a goal and four assists in six games for silver medalist Team USA at the 2002 Olympic Winter Games.
  • 1997-98:
    • Represented the United States at the 1998 Winter Olympic Games in Nagano, Japan, recording an assist in four games.
  • 1991-92:
    • Member of Team USA at 1991 Canada Cup and posted six points (4G,2A) in eight games.
    • Named to the Canada Cup All-Star Team.
  • 1990-91:
    • Represented Team USA at World Championships in Helsinki, Finland and led all players in points with 11 (5G,6A) in nine games.
  • 1988-89:
    • Was leading scorer in World Junior Championships for Team USA with 16 points (8G,8A) in seven games.
    • Named to First Team World Junior All-Star.
  • 1987-88:
    • Played seven games for Team USA at the World Junior Championships, posting nine points (5G,4A).

Amateur Career:

  • 1988-89:
    • Played 28 games with Hull (QMJHL), registering 70 points (34G,36A) and 14 penalty minutes.
    • Was named to the QMJHL Second All-Star Team.
  • 1987-88:
    • Played 24 games with Thayer Academy (U.S.), recording 84 points (34G,50A) and leading his team to a high school championship.

1988-89 Season:

  • Tied Chicago team record for most points in a game by a rookie with four (1G,3A) on Feb. 15 vs. Washington.
  • Scored his first NHL goal on Feb. 14 at Minnesota.
  • Began season with Chicago playing in three games before being sent down to Hull (QMJHL).
  • Played in his first career NHL game on Oct. 6 vs. NY Rangers. 

1989-90 Season:

  • His 18 playoff points (11G,7A) set a Chicago team record for playoff points by a rookie.
  • Was his first full NHL season, posting 66 points in 78 games.
  • Named NHL Rookie of the Year by the NHL players and by The Sporting News.
  • Ranked fourth among NHL rookies in goals (26) and third among NHL rookies in assists (40).
  • Tied for first among NHL rookies in game-winning goals with four.
  • Gained points in nine consecutive games from Jan. 27 to Feb. 18.
  • Recorded his first career NHL hat trick at Toronto on Dec. 23.

1990-91 Season:

  • Named Blackhawks/Gatorade Player of the Year.
  • Ranked 11th in NHL in points (94), second in game-winning goals (10) and fourth in plus/minus (+38).
  • Named NHL Player of the Week for the week of Jan. 7 after posting nine points (4G,5A).
  • Notched his second and third career hat tricks on Oct.11 at Pittsburgh and on Dec. 16 vs. Minnesota.
  • Registered his 100th career NHL point vs. Quebec on Nov. 1.
  • Represented Blackhawks at the NHL All-Star Game in Chicago.

1991-92 Season:

  • Posted 22 points (12G,10A) in 18 games as Chicago advanced to the Stanley Cup Finals, losing to Pittsburgh, four game to none.
  • Led Chicago in goals (53), assists (50), power play goals (22) and game-winning goals (13).
  • His 53 goals and 103 points were career-highs.
  • His 53 goals broke a Blackhawks record (47) for most goals by a center.
  • Joined Bobby Hull and Al Secord as only the third player in Blackhawks history to score over 50 goals in a season.
  • Joined Denis Savard, Steve Larmer and Hull as the fourth player in Blackhawks history to score 100-or-more points in a season.
  • His 13 game-winning goals led the NHL and broke Hull’s team record (11).
  • Finished seventh in the NHL in goals and fourth in power play goals.
  • Was one of four Blackhawks to play in all 80 games.
  • Named NHL Player of the Week on Dec. 8 with nine points (7G,2A) in three games.
  • Played in NHL All-Star Game.

1992-93 Season:

  • Scored 50 goals for second consecutive season.
  • Finished the season leading all Blackhawks in points (107).
  • Was one of five Blackhawks to play in all 84 games.
  • Led Chicago in goals (50), points (107) and power play goals (22).
  • His 50 goals, 57 assists, and 107 points were career-highs.
  • Had a six-game goal-scoring streak from April 1 through 11.
  • Had a 10-game point-scoring streak from Jan. 7 through 23 (7-9-16).
  • Notched his 300th career NHL point on Dec. 7 vs. Quebec.
  • Played in NHL All-Star Game.

1993-94 Season:

  • Led Chicago in goals (46), assists (61), points (107), power play goals (24) and plus/minus rating (+21).
  • His 107 points made him first player in Blackhawks history to reach 100-point mark in three consecutive seasons.
  • His 24 power play goals set new Blackhawks record for most PPG in one season.
  • His 61 assists set new career high.
  • Was the only Blackhawk to play in all 84 games (second consecutive season).
  • Played in his 400th career NHL game on Feb.18 at Winnpeg.
  • Notched his 200th career NHL goal on Jan. 25 at Detroit.
  • Played in NHL All-Star Game.

1994-95 Season:

  • Missed Western Conf. Quarterfinals series with bruised tibia, but returned to action for Game Two of Western Conf. Semifinals vs. Vancouver.
  • Missed a total of 15 games due to a bruised tibia sustained after collision with Dallas' Derian Hatcher on April 2.
  • Was stopped on a penalty shot attempt by Calgary’s Andrei Trefilov on March 7.
  • Recorded his 500th career NHL point (goal) on Jan. 1 vs. Los Angeles.

1995-96 Season:

  • Left Chicago ranked sixth on the Blackhawks’ All-Time Goal List with 267.
  • Also ranked 10th all-time in assists (329) and eighth in points (596).
  • Scored game-winning goal at 6:29 of the first overtime in Game One of the Western Conf. Semifinals at Colorado May 2.
  • The goal was his third career playoff overtime goal, setting a new Blackhawks record.
  • Was second on Chicago in points (67).
  • His 32 goals led the Blackhawks for the fourth time in his career.
  • Missed the final 11 games of the regular season due to a sprained ankle sustained March 17 vs. NY Islanders.
  • Played in his 500th career NHL game on Jan. 6 at Detroit.

1996-97 Season:

  • Suffered third degree tear of medial collateral ligament of the knee (sustained in a collision with Ted Drury) in Game Six vs. Anaheim on April 27.
  • Ranked second on the Coyotes in points (69), assists (40) and power play goals (10).
  • Finished third on Phoenix in goals (29).
  • Led the Coyotes in shorthanded goals with three.
  • Tied for first on the Coyotes and tied for seventh in the NHL in game-winning goals with seven.
  • Missed six games from Nov. 26 through Dec. 7 due to a sprained knee.

1997-98 Season:

  • Scored two shorthanded goals at Detroit on April 24.
  • His two shorthanded goals in one playoff game tied an NHL record.
  • Ranked second on the Coyotes in points (56) and third in goals (24).
  • Ranked tied for third on Phoenix in power play goals with six.
  • Recorded his 700th NHL point with goal vs. Florida on Jan. 14.
  • Collected four assists (matching his career high) at Anaheim on Dec. 19.
  • Scored two goals, including his 300th career NHL goal, vs. Buffalo on Oct. 26.
  • Appeared in 600th career NHL game on Oct. 8 vs. Boston.

1998-99 Season:

  • Ranked tied for 20th in NHL in points (72) and tied for 15th in assists (48).
  • Led the Coyotes in points (72) and assists (48).
  • Ranked second on Phoenix in power play points (23), third in shots (203), fourth in goals (24) and fourth in penalty minutes (130).
  • Missed final two games of regular season (April 15 & 17) and six playoff games due to a fractured jaw and fractured thumb sustained on April 14 at Dallas.
  • Missed two games (Dec. 30 & Jan. 1) due to a concussion.
  • Played in his fifth NHL All- Star Game (recorded an assist).
  • Played his 700th NHL game and recorded a goal on Dec. 16 at Toronto.

1999-00 Season:

  • Led the Coyotes in goals (34), assists (44), points (78), game-winning goals (12), power play goals (tied for first - 6), power play points (19), power play assists (13) and shooting percentage (17.7%).
  • Ranked second on Phoenix in penalty minutes (102) and shots (192); tied for second in shorthanded goals (3) and plus/minus (+11).
  • Ranked among the NHL leaders in points (tied for 11th), goals (tied for 15th), assists (tied for 18th), shooting percentage (12th) and shorthanded goals (tied for 11th).
  • Ranked second in the NHL in game-winning goals (12 – trailed only Florida's Pavel Bure).
  • Was one of only three players (Detroit's’ Brendan Shanahan and San Jose’s Owen Nolan) in the NHL to have scored at least 30 goals and record at least 100 PIM.
  • Had six multiple-goal games and 22 multiple-point games.
  • Led Coyotes forwards in average minutes played per game (20:51).
  • Was tied for fifth in the NHL and tied for first on the Coyotes in takeaways (91).
  • His 12 game- winning goals set a new Phoenix franchise record for GWG in a single season.
  • Represented Phoenix at NHL All-Star Game (North American All-Stars), his sixth All-Star appearance (scored one goal).
  • Scored second penalty shot goal of season vs. Nashville (Vokoun) on March 17.
  • Surpassed the 1,000 penalty minutes plateau in his NHL career with five penalty minutes at Chicago on March 5.
  • Played 800th NHL game at San Jose on Feb. 1.
  • Maintained an 11-game point-scoring streak from Nov. 16 through Dec. 8 (9-12-21, including five GWG) to set a new career high.
  • Had an eight-game assist streak from Nov. 18 through Dec. 4 (11A).
  • Recorded three points (1G,2A), including first career successful penalty shot vs. Tampa Bay (Dan Cloutier) on Dec. 2.
  • Co-winner of the NHL Player of the Week for Nov. 22 through 28 after posting nine points (6G,3A, including two hat tricks) in three games.
  • Collected four points (3G,1A), including second hat trick in as many nights, vs. Colorado on Nov. 26...Recorded four points (3G,1A), including game-winning goal, vs. New Jersey on Nov. 25.
  • Collected a season high four points (2G,2A), including GWG and his 800th NHL point, at Vancouver on Oct. 28.
  • Missed five games from Oct. 10 through 22 serving a suspension by the NHL for a slashing incident at Chicago on Oct. 8.

2000-01 Season:

  • Was the only player in the NHL to lead his team in goals, assists, points and penalty minutes.
  • Is only player in the NHL (since 1943-44) to lead his team in goals, assists, points and penalty minutes more than once (also 1999-2000).
  • Tied for 24th in the NHL in assists (46).
  • Tied for 29th in the NHL in points (76).
  • Tied for 13th in the NHL in game-winning goals (7).
  • Led the Coyotes in goals (30), assists (46), points (76), penalty minutes (114), game-winning goals (7), power play goals (13) and power play points (26).
  • Ranked second on Phoenix in shots on goal (192).
  • Was third on the Coyotes in shooting percentage (15.6%).
  • Ranked fourth on Phoenix (and first among forwards) in average ice time (20:59).
  • Reached the 30-goal plateau for the seventh time.
  • Eclipsed 100 penalty minutes for the sixth straight season.
  • Played in his 900th NHL game at Los Angeles on March 19.
  • Was unsuccessful on penalty shot attempt against Marc Denis at Columbus on Feb. 28.
  • Registered four points (3G,1A), including 400th NHL goal (becoming only the third U.S.-born player) and his ninth career hat trick at Buffalo on Feb. 23.
  • Recorded his 900th NHL point with three points vs. Atlanta on Dec. 22.
  • Became the 87th player all-time to record 500 NHL assists with an assist at Edmonton on Oct. 22.
  • Selected as a center on the Chicago Blackhawks’ 75th Anniversary All-Star Team.

2001-02 Season:

  • Won the Bobby Clarke Trophy as the Flyers' most valuable player and the Yanick Dupre Class Guy Memorial Award as the Flyer who best illustrates character, dignity and respect for the sport on and off the ice by the Phila. chapter of the Professional Hockey Writers' Association.
  • Was first on the team in plus/minus at +32 (second in the NHL).
  • Was second on the team in assists (46, tied for 12th in the NHL) and in points (67).
  • Has reached the 20-goal mark for the 12th time in his career and for the seventh consecutive season.
  • Played vs. Boston on April 2 after missing the previous seven games (from March 21 through April 1) due to a right knee sprain sustained vs. Tampa Bay on March 18.
  • Recorded a goal and four assists in six games for silver medalist Team USA at the 2002 Olympic Winter Games.
  • Played for the North American Team in the 52nd NHL All-Star Game (seventh appearance).
  • Scored a goal at Ottawa on Jan. 30, his 1,000th career NHL point (NHL Milestone).
  • Is the 63rd player in NHL history to reach 1,000th point milestone (seventh player with Flyers experience, fourth to accomplish feat as a Flyer and fourth American-born player to reach mark).
  • Was scoreless vs. Atlanta on Jan. 8, ending a seven-game point-scoring streak from Dec. 22 through Jan. 6 (3G,5A).
  • Was named First Star after posting a goal and two assists vs. Florida on Oct. 4, his first game as a Flyer.

2003-04 Season:

  • Was second on the team in power play goals with 10.
  • Played for the Eastern Conference Team at the 2004 NHL All-Star Game.
  • Won the Shooting Accuracy competition at the Dodge SuperSkills Competition which was part of 2004 NHL All-Star Weekend (hit four targets in four attempts).
  • Missed 19 games from Feb. 14 through March 23 due to a broken left jaw and concussion sustained at NY Rangers on Feb. 12.
  • His second assist at Atlanta on Feb. 5 was his 642nd in the NHL, moving him past Gary Suter into fourth place among American-born players (currently in fifth place).
  • Missed game vs. Toronto on Jan. 16 after being suspended for one game for an incident during the game at Buffalo on Jan. 13.
  • His first goal at St. Louis on Dec. 30 was his 469th in the NHL, moving him past Pat LaFontaine into second place among American-born players.
  • His goal vs. Calgary on Dec. 16 was his 1,100 career NHL point (48th player in NHL history to reach mark).
  • Was scoreless at Carolina on Nov. 18, ending his eight-game point-scoring streak (5G,6A).
  • 2003-04 Single Game Highs: Goals - 2 (twice - vs. BUF, 1/24/04; @ STL, 12/30/03); Assists - 2 (four times); Points - 3 (twice, @ STL, 12/30/03; @ PHX, 10/18/03); Shots - 6 (twice - vs. OTT, 4/2/04; @ ATL, 12/21/03); Plus/Minus - +2 (four times); TOI - 21:51 (@ CBJ, 12/10/03).
 

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