Brad Richards
HEIGHT: 6' 0"
BIRTHDATE: 05/02/1980
DRAFTED: TBL: 1998-64 overall
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy (1)
Conn Smythe Trophy (1)
CAREER VS. ANA: 12 GP, 5-3-8, 2 PIM
HOME: 27 GP, 10-21-31, 6 PIM, +3
ROAD: 29 GP, 6-11-17, 0 PIM, -7
* Suffered a broken right wrist Feb. 16 at Columbus, and returned to the lineup after missing 15 games on Mar. 21 at San Jose. He broke his left hand in that contest and will be out indefinitely.
* Had points in six of his last 11 games (4-5-9), in eight of his last 14 (5-7-12) and in 10 of his last 17 (6-8-14).
* Second on the team in assists (32), multiple-point games (16) and shots (180), third in points (48) and fourth in power-play goals (5).
* Had a career-high tying four game goal streak (4-5-9) from Dec. 18-27, and points in five straight (4-6-10) from Dec. 17-27.
* Scored the shootout-deciding goal Dec. 18 vs. Columbus and added four points (1-3-4).
* First player in NHL history to record five assists in his debut with a team, on Feb. 28 vs. CHI (also tied a franchise record for assists, done twice before).
* Won the Conn Smythe Trophy as Playoff MVP as Tampa Bay won the 2004 Stanley Cup.

MULTIPLE POINT GAMES (16): Oct. 15 vs. NSH (0-2-2), Oct. 18 vs. COL (1-1-2), Oct. 29 vs. MIN (1-1-2), Nov. 7 @ ANA (1-1-2), Nov. 13 vs. LA (1-1-2), Nov. 20 vs. CHI (0-2-2), Nov. 26 @ MIN (1-1-2), Nov. 30 vs. EDM (0-2-2) Dec. 18 vs. CBJ (1-3-4), Dec. 20 @ OTT (1-1-2), Dec. 27 vs. ANA (1-1-2), Dec. 31 vs. NJ (0-3-3), Jan. 19 @ TB (1-1-2), Jan. 29 @ DET (0-2-2), Feb. 3 vs. CGY (1-1-2), Feb. 6 vs. NSH (1-1-2)
Brad Richards is entering his 10th NHL season, fourth in Dallas…Was traded to Dallas from Tampa Bay at the trade deadline in 2008…Won the Stanley Cup with Tampa Bay in 2004 and captured the Conn Smythe Trophy as the MVP of the 2004 Playoffs…Won the Lady Byng Trophy in 2004 and was nominated again in 2010…Represented Canada at the 2006 Olympic Games…Is the highest-scoring player from Prince Edward Island (639 points)…Has tallied over 90 points twice in a season (last season and 2005-06)…Dressed in all 82 regular season games five times in his career and over 70 in eight campaigns in his nine NHL seasons…Became the first player in NHL history to record five assists in his debut with a team Feb. 28 vs. CHI (after being traded to Dallas)…Was named to the NHL All-Rookie Team in 2001…Has played 700 career NHL games, collecting 639 points (192g, 447a)…Skated in 63 NHL playoff games recording 62 points (21g, 41a)…Dallas has posted a 27-6-5 record when he scores a goal.

Brad is single and spends his off-seasons back home in Murray Harbour, Prince Edward Island…Also has a home in Tampa…Lists his most memorable hockey moments as his 1st NHL Game (Opening Night 2000-01 vs. NYI) and winning the 2004 Stanley Cup with the Lightning…Has purchased a block of seats at the American Airlines Center that is donated to local children’s charities and military families throughout the Stars season.