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Stu Barnes
Stu Barnes
Number: 14
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 182
Shoots: Right
Born: Dec 25, 1970
Birthplace: Spruce Grove, AB, Canada
Acquired: Acquired from the Buffalo Sabres in exchange for Mike Ryan and a second round draft pick in 2003 on March 10, 2003.
Drafted: WIN / 1989 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 1st (4th overall)

2005-06: Dallas went 23-3-1 when he collected a point and 6-0-0 when he had multi-points...Appeared in his 900th career NHLgame on Oct. 11 vs Phoenix...Registered his fourth career hat trick and added an assist on Nov. 4 vs. Chicago(the four points were a career-high)...Recorded his 300th career NHLassist on Dec. 15 at Ottawa...Appeared in his 100th career playoff game in Game Five of the Conference Quarters versus Colorado.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:Did not play competitive hockey in 2004-05In 2003-04, among team leaders, ranked tied for third in game-winners (4)...Tied a career-high with three assists on Mar. 7 vs. San Jose...Posted his 500th career NHL point on Jan. 17 at CalgaryIn 2002-03, registered his 200th career NHL goal on Nov. 3 at Columbus...Appeared in his 800th career NHL game on Feb. 24 at Florida...During the 2003 playoffs, tied for first on the team in playoff game-winners (2) and tied for seventh in points (2-3-5)...In 2001-02, won the Punch Imlach Award for second straight season for dedication and leadership to the Buffalo organization...Finished second on the Sabres in points (17-31-48) despite missing 14 games due to injury...Named the 11th captain in team history on Oct. 4, 2001...Recorded his 400th career NHL point with a power play goal on Oct. 7 at NY Rangers...Played in his 700th career NHL game on Dec. 4 at Carolina...Missed the final 14 games of the regular season with concussion suffered on Mar. 17 at Tampa Bay...In 2000-01, played in his 600th career NHL game on Oct. 14 at Vancouver...Recorded his 200th career NHL assist on Nov. 28 at Ottawa...In 1999-00, was the only Sabre to appear in all 82 games...In 1998-99, was traded from Pittsburgh to Buffalo at the trading deadline...Posted his third career hat trick on Nov. 25 at Washington...Tallied his 300th career NHL point on Feb. 11 vs. Vancouver...Appeared in his 500th career NHL game with the Sabres on Mar. 19 at NY Rangers...During the 1999 playoffs, helped lead Buffalo to the Stanley Cup Finals...Tied for first in NHL with four power play goals...Set a career-high and tied for the team lead with seven goals...Collected two power play goals and an assist in Game Two of the Conference Finals at Toronto, the two PPG tied Sabres playoff record for most PPG by player in one game...Tallied the Sabres only goal in game-deciding Game Six vs. Dallas...In 1997-98, set career-highs in goals (30), assists (35) and points (65) while with Pittsburgh...Led the Penguins and tied for third in the NHL with 15 power play goals...Scored his 100th career NHL goal on Dec. 12 at Phoenix...Collected his second career hat trick on Jan. 10 vs. New Jersey...In 1996-97, started the season with Florida and then was traded to Pittsburgh...Collected his 200th career NHL point with a goal on Mar. 12 at Phoenix...In 1995-96, ranked sixth on Florida in goals (19) and points (44) and was third in game-winners (5)...During the 1996 playoffs, led the Panthers in assists (10) and plus/minus (+10), while tying for the team lead in shots (57)...In 1994-95, tied for the team lead in points (10-19-29), and was first in assists...Registered a career-high eight-game point streak (3-6-9), Jan. 23-Feb. 4...Collected his 100th career NHL point on Feb. 15 vs. Ottawa...Appeared in his 200th career NHL game on Apr. 30 vs. Washington...In 1993-94, split the season between Winnipeg and Florida...In 1992-93, played in 38 games with Winnipeg and 42 games with Moncton (AHL)...Played in six playoff games with Winnipeg, recording four points (1-3-4)...In 1991-92, played in 46 games with Winnipeg and also appeared in 30 games with Moncton...Recorded first career hat trick on Nov. 11 vs. Los Angeles.

AMATEUR CAREER: Played two seasons with Tri-City of the WHL from 1988-90...Was named Second Team WHL All-Star after posting 141 points (59-82-141) in 70 games for Tri-City in 88-89...Was also named WHL MVP in 89...In 1989-90 with Tri-City, collected 52 goals and 92 points for 144 points in 63 games.

PERSONAL: Hometown: Spruce Grove, Alberta...Stu and his wife, Julie, have one daugher (Riely) and one son (Jack)...The family spends the offseason in Washington state... Recently became co-owner (with Olaf Kolzig) of the WHLTri-City Americans. is the official Web site of DSE Hockey Club, L.P.  The Stars name and logos are registered trademarks of the NHL and the Stars. NHL, the NHL Shield, the word mark and image of the Stanley Cup and NHL Conference logos are registered trademarks of the National Hockey League. All NHL logos and marks and NHL team logos and marks as well as all other proprietary materials depicted herein are the property of the NHL and the respective NHL teams and may not be reproduced without the prior written consent of NHL Enterprises, L.P. Copyright © 1999-2016 DSE Hockey Club, L.P. and the National Hockey League. All Rights Reserved.

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