Dave Bolland
Dave Bolland
Number: 36
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 184
Shoots: Right
Born: Jun 5, 1986  (Age 30)
Birthplace: Mimico, ON, Canada
Drafted: CHI / 2004 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 2nd (32nd overall)

2011-12: Tallied 37 points (19G, 18A) in 76 regular-season tilts … Posted career highs with seven power-play goals and a team-leading three shorthanded goals … Matched career highs in goals (19) and goals per game (.25) … Recorded a career-high 126 shots on goal … Paced the club with 1,203 faceoffs taken and ranked second with 582 faceoff wins, both career highs … Ranked second on the club with a 48.4 faceoff win percentage, the second-highest of his NHL career … Tallied 23 points (13G, 10A) and a +8 plus/minus rating in 23 tilts at the United Center … Registered six multi-point efforts during the campaign … Matched a career high with two goals on Oct. 8 vs. DAL in the Blackhawks home opener and vs. MIN on Jan. 12 … Recorded a season-long three-game point streak twice, tallying three points (1G, 2A) from March 27-31 and six points (4G, 2A) from Jan. 8-12 … Tallied a PPG and won 17 of 20 faceoffs on Jan. 24 vs. NSH … Notched a season-high three points (2G, 1A) on Jan. 12 against MIN … Missed six games (Oct. 7; Nov. 10-13; April 5-7) due to injury … Recorded three assists in six postseason games vs. PHX in the Western Conference Quarterfinals … Tied a postseason career-long three-game point streak (3A) … Ranked second on the club with 23 SOG.

2010-11: Posted 37 points (15G, 22A) in 61 regular-season contests … Netted four power-play goals … Established career highs in goals per game (.25), assists per game (.36) and points per game (.56) … Led team forwards with 2:10 of shorthanded ice time per game … Registered 32 points (14G, 18A) over his final 39 games (.82 PPG) beginning on Dec. 5 … Tallied 24 points (11G, 13A) and a +10 plus/minus rating in 32 games at the United Center … Equaled a career high with three assists on Feb. 16 vs. MIN … Recorded nine multi-point outings and a pair of two-goal efforts … Matched a career-high five-game scoring streak, tallying eight points (5G, 3A), from Jan. 9-22 … Notched a pair of PPG on Dec. 5 against CGY … Fired a season-high six shots on goal on Jan. 2 at ANA … Missed 21 games due to injury over three different stretches (Oct. 30-Nov. 10; Dec. 13; March 13-April 10) … Missed the first three games of the 2011 Western Conference Quarterfinals due to injury … Tied for the team lead with six points (2G, 4A) in four postseason tilts vs. VAN … Paced the club with a +6 rating through the Stanley Cup Playoffs … Registered a postseason career-high three assists and career-best four points (1G, 3A) in Game 4 at the United Center on April 19, his first action since March 9.

2009-10: Posted six goals, ten assists and a +5 rating in 39 regular-season games … Compiled a season-long three-game point streak (1G, 2A) from March 20-28 … Ranked fourth on the club with eight goals and fifth with 16 points (8G, 8A) in 22 postseason contests while helping the Blackhawks win the 2010 Stanley Cup Championship … Paced the NHL with two shorthanded goals in the postseason … Finished third among team forwards with a +6 rating in the playoffs … Registered four points (2G, 2A) over the final three games of the Stanley Cup Final against PHI … Tallied nine points (5G, 4A) in Chicago’s final eight postseason tilts … Ranked second in the playoffs with 30 takeaways.

2008-09: Appeared in 81 of Chicago’s 82 regular-season games, ranking sixth on the club with a career-high 19 goals, seventh with a career-best 47 points and ninth with a career-most 28 assists … Finished second on the club with a 17.1 shooting percentage and tied for fifth with a +19 rating … Recorded four game-winning goals, tied for third on the squad … Tied for third on the team with eight assists and fourth with 12 points in 17 tilts during his Stanley Cup Playoffs debut … Netted his first career Stanley Cup Playoffs goal in Game 1 of the Western Conference Semifinals against VAN on April 30 … Compiled an NHL postseason career-high two goals, including his first-ever postseason SHG, on May 2 against VAN in Game 2 … Dished out two assists in Game 4 on May 7 against VAN … Netted the GWG with 5:05 remaining in regulation on May 9 in Game 5 at VAN … Ranked second on the team with four goals and third with six points in the six-game conference semifinals series against VAN … Shared the team lead with three assists and three points during the Western Conference Final against DET … Collected multiple points 10 times, including two three-point outings … Ranked second on the club with 2 SHG.

2007-08: Appeared in 39 NHL games with the Blackhawks, netting 17 points (4G, 13A) and 28 PIM … Collected 10 points (6G, 4A) and 22 PIM in 16 tilts with the American Hockey League’s Rockford IceHogs … Notched his first NHL point with an assist on Oct. 27 at DAL.

2006-07: Made his NHL debut in one game with the Blackhawks on Oct. 25 vs. VAN and was held scoreless in 11:17 TOI … Recorded 17 goals and 32 assists in 65 regular-season contests with the AHL’s Norfolk Admirals during his rookie campaign … Named the AHL Rookie of the Month for February.

2005-06: Shared the OHL lead with 57 goals and ranked second with 130 points during his final junior season with the London Knights … Named to the OHL First All-Star Team … Established an OHL record with 15 goals in 15 postseason contests … Notched 24 points during the playoffs.

2004-05: Helped London capture the OHL Championship and the Memorial Cup, the franchise’s first … Ranked third on the Knights during the regular-season with 34 goals and 51 assists and fourth with 85 points in 66 outings … Racked up 25 points (11G, 14A) in 18 postseason contests.

2003-04: Ranked second on London with 37 goals and fifth with 67 points in 65 games … Netted 13 points (3G, 10A) in 15 playoff outings … Appeared in the 2004 Central Hockey League Top Prospects Game and skated for the Western Conference at the 2004 OHL All-Star Game … Honored with London’s Most Improved Player Award. 2002-03: Made his junior debut with the London Knights, registering 10 assists and 17 points in 64 regular-season games before adding three points (2G, 1A) in 14 playoff matchups.

International Career: Captured the gold medal with Team Canada in the 2006 World Junior Championship.