Played in 22 games with Dallas, scoring three goals and two assists with six penalty minutes…Played the majority of the season with the Iowa Stars (AHL), appearing in 51 games with 12 goals and 26 assists for 38 points with 17 penalty minutes…Scored two power-play goals and two shorthanded goals for Iowa…Appeared in one playoff game for Dallas – Game Three of the Western Conference Finals vs. Detroit (scoreless).
Spent the majority of the 2006-07 season with Iowa, playing in 48 games with 19 goals and 18 assists with 24 penalty minutes…Also played in 12 playoff games for Iowa, with two goals and five assists…Played in 11
games for Dallas, recording three points (1-2-3)…Made his NHL debut on Dec. 8 at Edmonton…Notched his first career NHL goal on Dec. 27 at Colorado…Played 15 pro games with Iowa in 2005-06, scoring two goals and three assists.
During his senior season at Michigan Tech in 2005-06 tallied 29 points (17-12-29), good for the team-best in goals and points…Ended his career with the Huskies as the school’s all-time leader in shorthanded goals (15) and ranks 19th among goal-scorers (69) in MTU history…Named to the 2004 WCHA Second All-Star Team...Played in 151 games for Michigan Tech from 2002-2006, scoring 69 goals and 60 assists for 129 points.
Wife, Lindsay...Favorite nonhockey team is the Detroit Tigers…Lists Bad Boys as his favorite movie…Likes all kinds of music…Lists his first NHL goal as his most memorable hockey moment
so far…Was a big fan of Steve Yzerman growing up…Favorite meal is chicken parmesan…His favorite
thing about Dallas is the weather…His first job was as an apartment groundskeeper…His first car was a Ford Mustang…Also played soccer while growing up…Conner enjoys working on cars “and making them
fast.”…Lists Hawaii as his favorite vacation spot.