Chicago Blackhawks
Chicago Blackhawks
Phillip Danault
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PhillipDanault
POSITION: Center
HEIGHT: 6' 0"
SHOOTS: Left
WEIGHT: 184
BIRTHDATE: 02/24/1993
AGE: 21
BIRTHPLACE: Victoriaville, QC, CAN
DRAFTED: CHI: 2011-26 overall

2011-12: Recorded two assists and 10 penalty minutes in seven regular-season games with the American Hockey League’s Rockford IceHogs in his professional debut … Tallied his first professional point on April 7 at Lake Erie … Made his professional debut on March 31 vs. San Antonio … Ranked sixth in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League with a junior career-high 53 assists in 62 regular-season games with the Victoriaville Tigres … Notched 18 goals and a junior career-high 71 points … Recorded 22 multi-point games … Ranked second in the league with 830 faceoff wins … Posted a +11 plus/minus rating … Tallied 167 shots on goal … Registered three assists in four postseason appearances … Served as Victoriaville’s captain … Honored with the QMJHL’s 2011 Guy Carbonneau Award.

2010-11: Registered a career-high 23 goals in 64 regular-season contests with the Tigres … Tallied 44 assists and 67 points, adding 59 PIM … Served as Victoriaville’s captain … Tied for the team lead with 44 assists, shared fourth on the club with 67 points and ranked third with a +17 rating … Registered 17 multi-point games, including six multi-goal performances during the campaign … Compiled a season-high five-game scoring streak from Jan. 8-21, registering eight points (6G, 2A) … Tallied 15 points (5G, 10A) with a +4 rating in nine QMJHL postseason tilts … Paced the Tigres with 15 points and five goals and tied for the team-high 10 assists while averaging 1.67 points per game in the postseason.

2009-10: Tallied 28 points (10G, 18A) in 61 regular-season tilts with Victoriaville … Finished the campaign with 54 PIM … Recorded one helper and eight PIM in 16 postseason contests.

International Career

Invited to Team Canada’s 2011 National Junior Team Development Camp … Won a gold medal with Canada’s National Summer Under-18 Team at the 2010 Memorial of Ivan Hlinka in August 2010 in the Czech Republic … Played for Quebec at the 2010 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge in Timmins, Ontario.