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Freddy Meyer
Freddy Meyer
Number: 44
Height: 5' 10"
Weight: 185
Shoots: Left
Born: Jan 4, 1981
Birthplace: Sanbornville, NH, United States
Acquired: Claimed off re-entry waivers from Phoenix on November 10, 2007
LAST SEASON: Led the team in hits with 178 ... Finished as a +3 on January 12, 2010 vs. Detroit ... Went on a two-game assist-streak on October 8, 2009 at Ottawa – October 10, 2009 at Boston (2A)

Established new career highs in average time on ice (20:59) and shooting percentage (11.1)...Scored career-high two goals, including the game-winner, and career-high three points on Nov. 29 vs. Ottawa...Played in 100th game as an Islander on Dec. 8 at Toronto...Played in 200th NHL game on Jan. 2 at Phoenix...Missed final 41 games of the season with a strained groin.

2007-08: Scored first career game-winning goal on Feb. 14 at Toronto...Two games later, scored second game-winning goal on Feb. 18 vs. San Jose...Missed 20 games as a healthy scratch.

2006-07: Split season between NY Islanders and Philadelphia...Finished fourth on the Islanders with 88 blocked shots and fifth on the team with 101 hits...Played in 100th NHL game on Feb. 13 at Toronto...Missed final seven games of the regular season with a hand injury.

2005-06: Split time between Philadelphia and its AHL affiliate, the Phantoms...Ranked third among NHL rookie defensemen with a +10 rating...Finished eighth among NHL freshmen blueliners in assists (21) and ninth in points (27)...Ranked second among Flyers defensemen in goals (6), assists and points...Recorded first NHL assist/point on Dec. 22 vs. Ottawa...Scored first NHL goal (Cam Ward) on Dec. 9 at Carolina.

2004-05: Was a member of the Calder Cup Champion Philadelphia Phantoms (AHL)...Led all AHL defensemen in assists (9) and points (12) during the Calder Cup.

2003-04: Made NHL debut on Mar. 6 at Washington...Played 59 games with Philadelphia (AHL), recording 14 goals and 14 assists for 28 points...Ranked third among AHL defensemen in goals...Appeared in all 12 Calder Cup Playoff games with Philadelphia, recording three assists.

2007: Missed the entire Eastern Conference Quarterfinals due to injury.

Appeared in all six Eastern Conference Quarterfinals games with Philadelphia, earning one assist and eight penalty minutes.

Named to the East First Team JOFA All-American Team as selected by the American Hockey Coaches Association...Also selected to the All-New England Team and First Team All-Hockey East after reaching career highs in assists (16) and points (21) with Boston University...Led the Terriers with 76 penalty minutes...Finished tied for first among team defensemen in goals (5) and second in points.

Played in a college career-high 37 games...Ranked second among team defensemen in assists (15)...Finished second on Boston with 78 penalty minutes.

Finished fifth overall on Boston and led all team defensemen with 19 points despite playing in only 28 games...Led all Terriers defensemen with six goals...Finished second among team defensemen with 13 assists.

Named to the Hockey East All-Rookie Team...Led all Boston rookie defensemen with 11 points (3-8-11).

Split season between Boston University and United States Junior Development Team.

Finished sixth overall and led the United States Junior Development Team with 10 goals, 23 assists and 33 points.

Was a member of the United States National Team that competed in the World Junior Championship Tournament in Moscow.

1st NHL Game: 3/06/04 at Washington
1st NHL Goal: 12/29/05 at Carolina (Cam Ward)
1st NHL Assist/Point: 12/22/05 vs. Ottawa

100th NHL Game: 2/13/07 at Toronto

200th NHL Game: 1/2/09 at Phoenix

Most Goals: 2, 11/29/08 vs. Ottawa
Most Assists: 2 (four times), Last: 2/7/08 at Pittsburgh
Most Points: 3, 11/29/08 vs. Ottawa
Most PIM: 6, 4/3/08 vs. NY Rangers




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