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Brent Seabrook
Brent Seabrook
Defenseman  - CHI
Number: 7
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 220
Shoots: Right
Born: Apr 20, 1985  (Age 29)
Birthplace: Richmond, BC, Canada
Hometown: Tsawassen, BC, Canada
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Drafted: CHI / 2003 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 1st (14th overall)

Ranked second among team blueliners with 20 points (8G, 12A) in 47 regular-season games … Posted a +12 plus/minus rating … Posted 106 hits and 103 blocked shots as one of seven NHL blueliners with 100-plus blocked shots and hits … Recorded four multi-point games … Logged a season-high 27:37 of ice time on Jan. 27 vs. DET … Took a season-high five shots on goal on Feb. 15 vs. SJS … Registered a season-high eight hits on March 1 vs. CBJ … Tied a career high with two goals, both on the power play, on April 20 vs. PHX … Was one of two Blackhawks to net a goal on his birthday (April 20 vs. PHX) … Missed one game due to injury (Feb. 19) … Tallied four points (3G, 1A) in 23 postseason games en route to the 2013 Stanley Cup championship … Netted two game-winning goals and was one of only two league defensemen to net more than one GWG … Notched his first career playoff GWG in overtime in Game 7 of the Western Conference Semifinals on May 29 vs. DET … Tallied the OT GWG in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final on June 19 at BOS … Set a franchise record with eight career OT goals (regular and postseason) … Skated in a career-high (regular and postseason) 39:12 on June 12 vs. BOS.

2011-12: Paced team defensemen and tied a career high with nine goals and ranked third among club blueliners with 34 points (9G, 25A) in 78 regular-season contests … Reached the 30-point plateau for the fifth time and the 20-point mark for the seventh consecutive season … Shared eighth among NHL defensemen and ranked second on the Blackhawks with a +21 rating … Ranked seventh in the NHL among defensemen with a team-high 198 hits … Paced Chicago with 165 blocked shots … One of four NHL defensemen to register at least 190 hits and 150 blocked shots … Registered a career-high 156 SOG … One of two NHL blueliners to record 150 hits, 150 blocked shots and 150 shots on goal (B. Seabrook) … Finished second on the club with a career-high 24:43 average TOI … Recorded six multi-point games, second among club blueliners … Tallied three points (2G, 1A) over a season-long three-game point streak from Feb. 3-10 ... Collected an assist in the 500th regular-season game of his NHL career on Dec. 11 vs. SJS … Recorded his 200th NHL point (1A) on Dec. 2 vs. NYI … Missed four regular-season games (Nov. 16-23) due to injury … Tallied three points (1G, 2A) in six postseason appearances vs. PHX in the Western Conference Quarterfinals … Led team blueliners with 18 SOG  … Ranked second in the league with a postseason career-high average TOI of 30:01 … Paced Chicago with 12 blocked shots … Shared the game high with a postseason career-most 7 SOG in Game 1 at PHX on April 12 … Recorded 33:45 TOI in Game 3 vs. PHX on April 17.

2010-11: Ranked fifth on the club and led team defensemen with a career-high 48 points (9G, 39A) while being one of two Blackhawks to appear in all 82 regular-season contests … Tied his career high with nine goals and set a career best with 39 assists … Netted a career-high 5 PPG to lead team blueliners … Ranked third among NHL defensemen with 227 hits … Finished second on the club with 154 blocked shots … Ranked second on the Blackhawks with 24:23 TOI per game … Paced the team with 2:46 of shorthanded TOI per game … Registered a team-high 27 assists at home and led club defensemen with 30 points (3G, 27A) at the United Center … Led team blueliners with 10 multi-point games, including one three-point outing … Registered a pair of assists on Oct. 16 vs. BUF for his first multi-point outing of the campaign … Recorded a season-high 6 SOG on Oct. 9 vs. DET … Logged a season-high 28:30 TOI on Oct. 11 at BUF and on March 9 at TBL … Registered one assist in five playoff games during the WCQF vs. VAN … Notched his only point of the postseason with a helper on the game-tying goal to force overtime in Game 7 at VAN on April 26 … Missed Games 4 and 5 due to injury.

2009-10: Collected 26 assists and 30 points in 78 regular-season games … Ranked second among Blackhawks defensemen with a +20 rating … Led the club with 153 blocked shots … Ranked second on the team and paced club blueliners with 208 hits … Posted six multi-assist games and seven multi-point outings … Compiled two season-long three-game point streaks from Oct. 2-8 (4A) and Nov. 13-19 (3A) … Collected the 100th assist of his NHL career on Dec. 13 vs. TBL … Ended the longest shootout in Blackhawks history with an 11th-round game-deciding goal on Dec. 1 vs. CBJ ... Netted the overtime GWG on Oct. 12 against CGY to cap the biggest comeback in franchise history (down 5-0) ... Credited with a Blackhawks season-high nine hits on Dec. 5 at PIT ... Missed the Oct. 24 game vs. NSH, ending a streak of 223 consecutive regular-season games played … Netted a postseason career-high four goals and added seven assists in 22 games en route to the 2010 Stanley Cup championship … His 11 points shared seventh among NHL defensemen, while his four markers ranked second among blueliners … Paced league blueliners with 81 hits and shared fifth with 36 SOG … Finished second on the team with an average TOI of 24:10 … Registered a career-high three points (1G, 2A) in Game 2 of the Western Conference Semifinals on May 3 against VAN … Tallied seven points (1G, 6A) over a four-game stretch from April 24-May 3 … Posted four multi-point outings.

2008-09: Appeared in all 82 regular-season games and shared the lead among team defensemen with eight goals … Ranked fourth among club blueliners with 18 assists and 26 points … Led Chicago with 224 hits and 113 blocked shots and ranked fourth with a career-high +23 rating … Ranked second on the team with an average TOI of 23:19 … Tied a season high with two points three times (March 13, 20 and 27) … Registered the overtime GWG on March 27 vs. NJD … Accrued the 100th point of his NHL career with an assist on Jan. 11 vs. NSH … Posted a season-long three-game point streak from Nov. 1-9 (1G, 2A) …  Accrued a season-high 9 PIM on Nov. 14 against STL … Paced Chicago with 11 assists and led team defensemen with 12 points while appearing in all 17 games during his Stanley Cup Playoffs debut … Paced Chicago with an average TOI of 26:00 … Shared the squad lead with three assists and three points during the Western Conference Final vs. DET … Posted seven points (1G, 6A) in a postseason-long five straight games (April 22-May 2) … Notched his first playoff point with an assist on April 18 vs. CGY ... Netted a postseason career-high two assists and three points, including his first NHL playoff goal, on April 25 in Game 5 vs. CGY ... Led Chicago with 24 hits in the quarterfinals, tied for first with five assists and shared second with six points .... Recorded a team postseason-high six blocked shots in Game 2 of the WCF on May 19.

2007-08: Paced Blackhawks defensemen with 23 assists and shared the lead among team blueliners with 32 points while skating in all 82 regular-season games … Ranked second on the squad with a 21:29 average TOI … Matched a season-high two points six times … Notched a season-long four- game point streak from March 29-April 4 (5A) … Logged a season-high 34:14 TOI on Jan. 8 at MTL … Netted a career-high two goals, including the GWG, on Dec. 23 vs. EDM.

2006-07: Shared the lead among team defensemen with four goals and ranked second with 20 assists and 24 points in 81 regular-season games … Missed his only game of the season on Dec. 17 vs. COL due to injury … Led Chicago with a career-high 104 PIM and ranked second with 129 blocked shots and 146 hits … Racked up a career-high 22 PIM and two fighting majors on Dec. 2 at NSH … Participated in the YoungStars Game as part of the 2007 NHL All-Star Game festivities on Jan. 23 in Dallas.

2005-06: Paced Blackhawks defensemen with 27 assists, 32 points and a +5 rating in 69 regular-season contests as a rookie … Ranked second among club rookies and sixth on the team with 32 points … Ranked second on the team with 27 assists … Dished out four assists in his second NHL contest on Oct. 7 against SJS, matching a Blackhawks single-game record for points and assists by a rookie … Notched his first two career NHL goals in overtime (Nov. 2, Nov. 6) … Posted an assist in his NHL debut on Oct. 5 vs. ANA.

2004-05: Ranked second on the Western Hockey League’s Lethbridge  with 42 assists and third with 54 points and 107 PIM in 63 regular-season contests … Made his professional debut, appearing in three regular-season contests and six postseason tilts for the AHL’s Norfolk Admirals and logging one assist in the playoffs.

2003-04: Ranked second on Lethbridge with 29 assists, fifth with 41 points and tied for fourth with 107 PIM in 61 regular-season games.

2002-03: Ranked third on Lethbridge with 33 assists and fourth with 113 PIM while potting nine goals.

2001-02: Collected 33 assists, 39 points and 70 PIM in 67 regular-season tilts with Lethbridge … Appeared in four postseason contests, posting two points (1G, 1A).

2000-01: Held scoreless in four regular-season games with Lethbridge during his junior debut.

Won a gold medal competing for Team Canada at the 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver … Posted one assist, 2 PIM and a +2 rating in seven games … Appeared in eight games with Team Canada at the 2006 World Championship … Won gold with Team Canada at the 2005 World Junior Championship, posting three assists and a +6 rating during the tournament … Represented Canada at the 2004 World Junior Championship, recording three points (1G, 2A) in six games … Played seven games for Team Canada at the 2003 U18 World Junior Championship, logging six points (3G, 3A) and 4 PIM for the tournament winners.