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Patrice Brisebois
Patrice Brisebois
Defenceman
Number: 71
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 197
Shoots: Right
Born: 27 Jan 1971
Birthplace: Montreal, QC, Canada
Drafted: MTL / 1989 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 2nd (30th overall)
2006-07 : Missed the final 46 games of the season due to a back injury suffered on Dec. 27 vs. Dallas … Underwent surgery to repair a herniated disc in his back on Jan. 30 … Recorded two assists in back-to-back games, Oct. 21 at Montreal and Oct. 23 vs. Los Angeles … Missed one game because of the flu, Dec. 15 vs. Edmonton.  2005-06: Recorded a career high 38 points in his first season with the Avalanche… Scored 10 goals, most since recording 15 goals in 2000-01… Ranked 2nd on the Avalanche in ice time (22:18)… Scored a goal and had a plus-1 rating in his first game with the Avalanche on October 5 in Edmonton… Led all NHL defencemen with five goals in the month of October… Had a three-game goal streak between October 21 and October 25… Scored the game-winning goal in his 800th career NHL game on October 25 against Edmonton… Equalled a personal best with a five-game assist streak (5 assists) between October 29 and November 10… Registered a plus-4 rating on November 10, in Vancouver… Missed two games due to a back injury between December 31 and January 3… 2003-04 : Completed his 14th season with the Canadiens (12th full season)… Led the team with a +17 plus/minus rating… 2nd among team defencemen in points (31)… Scored two goals in 11 playoff games… Missed seven games to due a groin injury… 2002-03: Had 5 multipoint games, including a 3-point game (1-2-3) on November 18 vs Pittsburgh… Collected at least a point in each of the first 3 games of the season (1-3-4)… 2001-02: Led the team defencemen with 33 points… Established a career high in assists (29)… 5-game point scoring streak (0-6-6) from January 5-12… Missed 10 games due to an ankle injury… 2000-01: Established a career high in goals… Team high 10 shots on goal December 5 vs Buffalo… 1999-00: Led all Canadiens defencemen in scoring (10-25-35)... Missed the first 27 games of the season due to a back injury… 1997-1998: Canadiens nominee for the Bill Masterton Award (perseverance, sportsmanship and dedication)... Tied a team record for the longest goal streak by a defenceman (4) from March 25-31, record set by Chris Chelios in 1988... 1995-96: Led all Canadiens defencemen in scoring (9-27-36)... 1992-93: Member of the Stanley Cup Champions Canadiens, played in all 20 playoff games...1990-91: Defenceman of the Year in the Canadian Hockey League and the QMJHL, named the QMJHL Best prospect and Personnality of the team, and selected to the QMJHL First All-Star team and the Memorial Cup All-Star team... 1989-90: Named to the QMJHL 2nd All-Star Team.