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Pascal Pelletier
Pascal Pelletier
Left Wing
(PEHL-tyay, pas-KAL )
Number: 27
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 191
Shoots: Left
Born: Jun 16, 1983
Birthplace: Labrador City, NL, Canada
Acquired: From BOS for Martin St. Pierre on July 24, 2008.
CAREER:

2007-08:
Made his NHL debut with the Boston Bruins and was held off the scoresheet in six games … Appeared in his first NHL contest on Jan. 17 against Toronto … Led the AHL’s Providence Bruins  with a career-high 37 goals and a career-best 75 points in 73 regular-season contests … Ranked fourth in the AHL in goals and ninth in points … Named the AHL Player of the Month for December after recording 13 goals, nine assists and a +12 plus/minus rating in 15 contests … Engineered four point streaks of at least six games, which includes a season-best nine-contest streak from Oct. 24 to Nov. 18 … Matched a season-high three points five times … Netted a season-best two goals on six occasions.

Appeared in all 80 of Providence’s games, racking up 49 points (14 goals, 35 assists) … Ranked third on the club with his 35 assists and fifth with his 49 points … Accrued multiple points seven times, three of which were season-best three-point efforts … Paced the Bruins with five postseason goals and tied for third with nine points in 13 outings.

2005-06: Split the season between Providence and the ECHL’s Gwinnett Gladiators … Racked up 46 points (20 goals, 26 assists) in 53 regular-season games with the Bruins … Ranked fifth on the P-Bruins in goals and points despite appearing in just 53 of their 80 tilts … Notched two or more points in 13 of his 53 outings, which included three with a season-best three points … Posted six points (two goals, four assists) in six postseason contests, which ranked second on the squad … Started the season with Gwinnett, netting 18 goals and 30 points in 21 contests.

2004-05: Split his first professional season with the ECHL’s Louisiana IceGators and Gwinnett, netting 39 points (10 goals, 29 assists) in 66 regular-season matchups … Dished out one assist in six regular-season tilts with Gwinnett after being acquired on March 22 … Posted two helpers in five playoff games with the Gladiators.

2003-04: Wrapped up his junior career with the Shawinigan Cataractes , ranking second on the squad and sixth in the QMJHL with 91 points in 64 contests … Shared seventh in the league with a team-high 39 goals and tied for seventh with 52 helpers … Notched 12 points (three goals, nine assists) in 11 playoff matchups.

2002-03: Shared ninth in the QMJHL with a career-high 101 points in 67 games with Baie-Comeau … Tied for sixth in the league with a career-best 46 assists … Netted 12 points (five goals, seven assists) in 12 postseason tilts.

2001-02: Notched 37 points (12 goals, 25 assists) in 56 regular-season contests with Baie-Comeau … Appeared in five playoff game, tallying three goals and four assists.

2000-01: Made his QMJHL debut in 70 tilts with Baie-Comeau, racking up 44 assists and 59 points … Accrued a career-most 176 penalty minutes … Notched 13 points (two goals, 11 assists) in 11 playoff games.