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Robert Lang
Robert Lang
Center
Number: 20
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 217
Shoots: Right
Born: Dec 19, 1970
Birthplace: Teplice, Czech Republic
Acquired: Signed as a free agent on July 2, 2007.
Drafted: LAK / 1990 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 7th (133rd overall)
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS (current through 2006-07 season)

High Goal Game:
3 (1x), Nov. 12, 2003 vs. CAR
High Assist Game:
5 (1x), Nov. 26, 2005 at SJS
High Point Game:
5 (1x), Nov. 26, 2005 at SJS
First NHL Game:
Oct. 6, 1992 at CGY
First NHL Goal:
Jan. 27, 1994 vs. NYR (Richter)
First NHL Assist/Point:
Oct. 6, 1992 at CGY

Career


2006-07: Scored 50 points for the seventh consecutive season, tallying 52 points (19 goals, 33 assists) … Notched a season-high of 1 goal and 3 assists for 4 points on March 2 vs. Chicago … Scored his 200th NHL goal on Nov. 26 at Nashville … Missed 1 game on Jan. 26 due to the flu.

2005-06: Appeared in 72 games, tallying 62 points (20 goals, 42 assists) and 72 penalty minutes … Opened the season with a 3-game goal streak from Oct. 5 - Oct. 9 ... Recorded his 300th NHL assist Nov. 1 vs. Chicago ... Scored the overtime game-winning goal Nov. 9 vs. Los Angeles … Set a career high for points/assists (5) on Nov. 26 at San Jose … Appeared in all six of Detroit's 2006 playoff games scoring 3 goals and 3 assists … Missed 10 games due to a groin injury … Scored his 500th NHL point on Jan. 12 vs. Philadelphia.

2004-05: Did not play.

2003-04: Started the season with Washington before being traded to Detroit on February 27, 2004 … Appeared in 63 games for the Capitals scoring 29 goals and 45 assists for 74 points ... Despite the injury, 49 total assists was a career high while goal total (30) was one off his personal best and point total (79) was one shy of career best … Recorded his first career hat trick Nov. 12 vs. Carolina ... Tallied 3 assists in his Detroit debut Feb. 29 vs. Philadelphia extending his scoring streak to 14 games scoring 6-13-19 (2nd longest point streak in NHL)... Posted longest NHL point streak scoring 11-14-25 in 16 consecutive games with Washington ... Suffered rib injury in his fourth Detroit game March 8 vs. Tampa Bay and missed the next 11 games ... Scored his first Red Wing goal in his first game back from injury March 31 at Columbus ... Played all 12 of Detroit's 2004 playoff games leading club in scoring (4-5-9), despite suffering a broken hand.

2002-03: First season with Washington and one of five Capitals to play all 82 games ... Finished fourth in club with goals (22) and second in power play goals (10) and overall points (69) ... Led Capitals in multiple-assist games (12) and multiple-point games (19) ... Made his Washington debut Oct. 11 vs. Nashville recording the game-winning power play goal and an assist ... Tied his career-best single game point total with a goal and 3 assists Dec. 6 vs. Atlanta ... Appeared in all 6 of Washington's 2003 playoff games posting 2 goals and an assist.

2001-02: Final season with Pittsburgh playing 62 games finishing fourth in club in goals (18), third in assists (32) and points (50) ... Tied a career-best of 4 points and a season-best plus-3 rating Nov. 27 vs. New Jersey ... Tallied his 300th NHL point/goal Jan. 10 at Buffalo.

2000-01: Played a career-high of 82 games posting a career-best 32 goals and 48 assists ... Finished with a career-high and club best plus-20 rating ... Recorded 21 multiple-point games including 7 multiple-goal games and 8 multiple-assist games ... Tied a career-high 4 points in a single game March 25 at New Jersey (1-3-4) ... Played in 16 playoff games for Pittsburgh scoring 4 goals and 4 assists.

1999-2000: Played 78 games for Pittsburgh ranking third in club in goals (23), second in assists (42) and third in points (65) ... Led the team in power play goals (13) and tied for lead in game-winning goals (5) ... Recorded 13 multiple-point games ... Set a career-high of 4 points in a single game Nov. 2 vs. Los Angeles ... Played 11 playoff games for Pittsburgh scoring his first career playoff goal April 13 at Washington.

1998-99: Ranked fourth in club in goals (21) and power play goals (7) playing 72 games with Pittsburgh ... Posted 10 multiple-point games ... Played 12 playoff games recording 2 assists.

1997-98: Claimed by Boston from Pittsburgh in waiver draft, Sept. 28 ... Played 3 games for the Bruins ... Claimed off waivers by Pittsburgh from Boston Oct. 25 then immediately assigned to Houston (IHL) where he posted a goal and 7 assists in 9 games before being recalled by the Penguins Nov. 7 ... Made his NHL playoff debut with Pittsburgh.

1996-97: Spent the season with Sparta Praha of the Czech League, playing 38 games recording 14 goals and 27 assists.

1995-96: Last season with Los Angeles scored 6 goals and 16 assists in 68 games.

1994-95: Started the season with Litvinov of the Czech League playing 16 games (4-19-23) ... Finished the season with the Los Angeles Kings appearing in 36 games (4-8-12).

1993-94: Scored 9 goals and 10 assists in 32 games with Los Angeles and 11 goals and 24 assists in 44 games with Phoenix (IHL) ... Scored his first NHL goal Jan. 27 at New York Rangers (Richter).

1992-93: Recorded first career point with an assist in his NHL debut Oct. 6 at Calgary.