Montréal Canadiens
Philadelphia Flyers
Mark Streit
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MarkStreit
POSITION: Defenceman
HEIGHT: 5' 11"
SHOOTS: Left
WEIGHT: 191
BIRTHDATE: 11/12/1977
AGE: 37
BIRTHPLACE: Bern, CHE
DRAFTED: MTL: 2004-262 overall

2007-08:
-Amassed 3 assists on January 22 against Boston as well as March 28 at Buffalo.
-Led the team with 11 assists and 41 shots on goal in January.
-Winner of the 2007-2008 Jacques-Beauchamp-Molson Trophy.
-Finished third in the NHL among defensemen with 62 points and second with 34 power-play points.
2006-07: Set career bests in games (76), goals (10), assists (26) and points (36)… Had two streaks of four games with at least one point… Had a three-game assist streak (from February 20 to February 24 – 3 assists)… Had five multiple-point games… Was named as one of the Top-3 player from the Swiss National Team at the World Hockey Championships… Named Switzerland Most Valuable Player of the game of May 6 (vs Russia) at the World Hockey Championships… 2005-06: Played in his first ever playoff game on April 28, against the Carolina Hurricanes, at the Bell Centre… Between March 13 and April 18 (16 games), totaled 26 shots on goal… Had his 1st two-point game in the NHL, including his 1st career goal, on January 14, 2006, at the Bell Centre, against the San Jose Sharks (1-1-2)... Concluded the round robin tournament of the Olympic Games with one goal (game winner), one assist, a plus/minus rating of +1 and six shots on goal in five games… In quarter-final play against Finland (02/22/06), scored one goal and had four shots on goal… Led the Swiss Team at the World Championships with a +4 plus/minus rating... Named Team Switzerland Most Valuable Player of the May 10 game against Sweden at the World Championships… 2004-05: Named Best defenseman in the Swiss League… Helped guide the Zurich Lions to the Swiss League Finals for a 2nd straight season... 2003-04: Ranked 2nd among all Swiss League defensemen and ranked 4th on his team in points... 2002-03 : Named Captain of the Swiss National Team.

INTERNATIONAL
Olympic Games: 2002, 2006
World Championships: 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006
World Junior Championships: 1996, 1997

FIRSTS (NHL)
1st game: 10/08/05 @ TOR
1st goal: 01/14/06 vs SJ (Evgeni Nabokov)
1st point: 10/08/05 @ TOR

ONE GAME
Most goals: 1 - (2x) last: 03/21/06 vs NYI
Most assists: 2 - (1x) 03/26/06 @ PIT
Most points: 2 - (2x) 03/26/06 @ PIT (1-1)