Alex Tanguay
Alex Tanguay
Left Wing
Number: 13
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 194
Shoots: Left
Born: 21 Nov 1979
Birthplace: Ste-justine, QC, Canada
Acquired: Acquired from Colorado on June 24, 2006 in exchange for Jordan Leopold and a second round draft choice, 59th overall, in the 2006 NHL Entry Draft and a conditional draft choice DRAFTED: COL - 1st round, 12th overall, in 1998 Entry Draft
Drafted: COL / 1998 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 1st (12th overall)
2007-08: Scored his first two goals of the season and added one assist for his first 3-point game of the season on Oct. 24...Scored his 500th NHL point with a goal on Nov 10...Scored a pair of goals for the second time this season on Feb. 20 and was named the game’s 1st star... Playing his 600th career game, registered a pair of assists on March16...2006-07: Set a career high in points (81)...Flames were 13-6-2-1 when he scored...finished 3rd in the NHL in shooting percentage (20.6%)...Played in his 500th career NHL game on Feb. 2 vs. CLB...Registered his 300th career assist on Feb. 11@DET... 2005-06: Set a career high with 29 goals...Finished second on the team in scoring with 78 points...Led the NHL in shooting percentage (23.2%)... Scored the first shootout goal in Avs history on Oct. 14 vs. Chicago... Played his 400th career NHL game on his 26th birthday, Nov. 21 vs. Calgary... 2003-04: Established a new career-high with 79 points (in 69 games played), surpassing his previous best of 67 points set in 2002-03 (82 games)... Also set a career high with 54 assists... Selected to play in his first NHL All-Star Game (in Minnesota)... Tied a career high with five points on March 3 vs. VAN, equalling the mark also set against the Canucks on Jan. 18, 2001... 2002-03: Recorded a career-high 16-game point streak from Feb. 11-March 7 (10g/16a), the longest streak by any NHL player that season and the longest in Avalanche’s history...2001-02: Finished third on the team with 48 points... Recorded career assist #100 Dec. 23 vs. MIN... 2000-01: Finished sixth in the NHL in plus/minus (+35)... Ranked fifth among postseason scorers in points and his 15 assists trailed only Hejduk’s 16 in the NHL... Scored two goals in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final vs. NJD en route to Colorado’s Stanley Cup win, including the GW goal... 1999-00: Finished second among NHL rookie scorers with 51 points... Played in all 17 playoff games... 1998-99: Set Halifax career records for goals (101), points (214) and assists (113)...