New York Islanders
New York Islanders
Anders Lee
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AndersLee
POSITION: Left Wing
HEIGHT: 6' 3"
SHOOTS: Left
WEIGHT: 228
BIRTHDATE: 07/03/1990
AGE: 25
BIRTHPLACE: Edina, MN, USA
DRAFTED: NYI: 2009-152 overall

ISLANDERS TRANSACTIONS:
Selected by the Islanders in the sixth round (152nd overall) of the 2009 National Hockey League Draft. Agreed to a two-year, entry-level contract on April 1, 2013. Accepted his qualifying offer on July 11, 2014.

LAST SEASON:

Scored 41 points (25g/16a) in 76 games as a rookie with the Islanders...Finished fourth among NHL rookies in goals and sixth in points... Ranked second on the Islanders in goals and game-winning goals (6), fifth in plus-minus rating (+9) and sixth in points...Had six multipoint games, including three multi-goal games and a career-high, four-point (4a), plus-4 game on Feb. 14 vs. Columbus...Named one of the three Stars of the Game 11 times, including two First Star honors...Began the season with the Bridgeport Sound Tigers of the American Hockey League, scoring five points (3g/2a) in five games before being recalled on Oct. 22...Reached the 20-goal mark on Feb. 24 vs. Arizona...Had a six-game point streak (3g/3a) from Feb. 28 - Mar. 10...Played his 100th NHL game on Apr. 11 vs. Columbus.

CAREER:
2013-14: Scored 14 points (9g/5a) in 22 games with the Islanders during his first professional season...Started the season with Bridgeport (AHL), scoring 41 points (22g/19a) in 54 games...Finished first on Bridgeport in goals and second in points...With the Islanders, tied for fourth on the team with a plus-3 rating...Earned Star of the Game honors in six games...Recorded five multi-point games...Earned his first recall of the season on Feb. 24 and remained with the club through the season’s end...Recorded his first two-goal game in his season debut on Feb. 27 vs. Toronto...Posted 10 points (6g/4a) in his first nine games of the season with the Islanders, including four multi-point games.

PLAYOFFS:
2015: Made his Stanley Cup Playoffs debut, appearing in five games during the Islanders’ First Round series against Washington...Posted one assist in the series.

COLLEGE/JUNIOR:
2012-13: Led the Notre Dame Fighting Irish in points (38) for the third-straight season during his junior campaign in the Central Collegiate Hockey Association...Led the team and tied for first in the CCHA with 20 goals...Served as team captain...Played in all 41 games...Named team MVP, First Team All-CCHA and Second Team CCHA Hockey Division I West All-American...Was a finalist for the CCHA Player of the Year and CCHA Top Defensive Forward awards...Won the CCHA Warrior Player of the Month in November...Led his club to a CCHA tournament championship and NCAA tournament berth...Joined the Islanders after the conclusion of his college season...Scored a goal on his first shot in his NHL debut with the Islanders on Apr. 2 vs. Winnipeg...Recorded his first NHL assist in his second career game on Apr. 6 vs. Tampa Bay. 2011-12: Led Notre Dame in goals (17) for the second straight season and finished second in points (34) in 40 games as a sophomore in the CCHA..Tied for the team lead with seven power-play goals...Recorded an even plus-minus rating. 2010-11: Led Notre Dame in goals (24) in 44 games as a freshman…Ranked second on the team with 44 points, finished third with 20 assists and ranked fourth in plus-minus rating (+19)…Tied for first on the team with six power-play goals...Was named to the CCHA All-Rookie Team and was a second-team all-CCHA selection...Was a three-time CCHA Rookie of the Week selection and a three-time CCHA Rookie of the Month pick (Oct., Dec., Feb.)...Scored a hat trick in his first game vs. Holy Cross on Oct. 8. 2009-10: Led Green Bay (United States Hockey League) in goals (35) and points (66) in 59 games during his rookie USHL season...Posted a team-high, plus-38 rating...Led the team with nine game-winning goals...Added a team-high 22 points (10g/12a) in 12 playoff games, with a team-best plus-10 rating.

INTERNATIONAL:
Won a bronze medal with Team USA at the 2015 World Championships in the Czech Republic.