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Matthew Barnaby
Matthew Barnaby
Right Wing
Number: 77
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 191
Shoots: Left
Born: May 4, 1973
Birthplace: Ottawa, ON, Canada
Hometown: Ottawa, Ontario
Acquired: Signed by Dallas as a free agent on July 5, 2006
Drafted: BUF / 1992 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 4th (83rd overall)

2005-06: Appeared in all 82 games with Chicago, one of three Blackhawks to play in every game...Notched two assists on Feb. 2 at St. Louis...Posted a goal and a helper on Mar. 11 at Detroit...Picked up two assists on Apr. 5 vs. Nashville.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:Did not play competitive hockey in 2004-05In 2003-04, began the season with the New York Rangers and was traded to Colorado late in teh season...His 25 assists were a career-high...Appeared in his 700th career NHLgame on Mar. 7 vs. Pittsburgh and scored two goalsIn 2002-03, ranked second on the team in penalty minutes (142) with the Rangers...Ranked first on the team in plus/minus (+9)...Registered his 200th career NHLpoint on Dec. 31 at Carolina...Appeared in his 600th career NHLgame on Jan. 23 at Nashville...In 2001-02, acquired by the Rangers from Tampa Bay in December...Ranked seventh in the NHLin penalty minutes (214)...Posted a career-high three-game goal scoring streak, Feb. 8 - 13...In 2000-01, led the NHLin penalty minutes (265)...Registered his 100th career assist on Mar. 21 vs. Atlanta...Appeared in his 400th career NHLgame on Oct. 6 vs. Nashville...In 1999-00, ranked fourth in the NHLin penalty minutes (197)...Tied for seventh on the team in goals (12)and tied for fourth in game-winners (3)...In 1998-99, appeared in his 300th career NHLgame on Jan. 6 at Anaheim...Was acquired by Pittsburgh in exchange for Stu Barnes on Mar. 11...In 1997-98, ranked first on the team in penalty minutes (289)...Recorded his 100th career NHL point on Mar. 6 vs. the New York Islanders...Appeared in 15 playoff games, tallying post-season career-highs in games played, goals (7), assists (6) and points (13), helping Buffalo reach the Conference Finals...His seven goals led the team and his 13 points tied for first...Netted his first career hat trick in Game Two of the Conference Semifinals vs. Montreal...In 1996-97, established career-highs by posting 19 goals and 43 points in 68 games...Notched a career-high four points (2-2-4) on Nov. 21 vs. Toronto...In 1995-96, ranked first in the NHL in penalty minutes (335) and tied for fifth on the team in goals (15)...In 1994-95, played in just 23 games and ranked second on the team in penalty minutes (116)...In 1993-94, played in 35 games with Buffalo and ranked fourth on the team in penalty minutes (106)...In 1992-93, made his NHLdebut on Apr. 13 vs. Montreal.

AMATEUR CAREER: Skated in 180 career games with Beauport and Victoriaville (QMJHL), registering 82 goals and 109 assists for 191 points, along with 1,186 penalty minutes.

PERSONAL: He and his wife, Christine, have a son, Matthew, and a daughter, Taylor...Served as a guest analyst for ESPNduring the 2002 post-season...His hockey idol growing up was Ken Linseman...Was roomates with current Dallas teammate Eric Lindros when they both played with the New York Rangers...Appeared in Maxim Magazines May 2003 issue...Appeared on Nickelodeons G.A.S. with his son, Matthew.

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