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Position  Defence
Name  Adrian Aucoin
Spouse  Caroline Aucoin
Playing career  1994–2013
Weight  98 kg

National team  Canada
Height  1.88 m
Shot  Right
Role  Ice hockey player
Salary  2 million USD (2013)
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Born  July 3, 1973 (age 42) Ottawa, ON, CAN (1973-07-03)
NHL Draft  117th overall, 1992 Vancouver Canucks
Played for  Vancouver Canucks, Tampa Bay Lightning
Similar People  Daymond Langkow, Martin Lapointe, Keith Aucoin, Eric Daze, Shane Doan

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Adrian Mark Aucoin (born July 3, 1973) is a retired Canadian professional ice hockey defenceman. He played over 1100 games in the National Hockey League (NHL). Aucoin was born in Ottawa, Ontario, but grew up in Gloucester, Ontario.

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Playing career

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Aucoin was drafted 117th overall by the Vancouver Canucks in the 1992 NHL Entry Draft, making his NHL debut in 1994-95, playing one game with Vancouver. With the Canucks, Aucoin established himself as a significant offensive threat, specifically on the power-play. However, it was not until his fourth full season with the team that this became evident, as he rose from just 3 goals in 1997–98 to 23 the next season, 18 of which came on the power-play, tying Denis Potvin for the NHL single-season record (broken by Sheldon Souray's 19 powerplay goals in 2006–07). In addition to leading all league defencemen in goals and power-play goals in the 1998–99 NHL season, Aucoin also led all defencemen in shorthanded goals (2) and game-winning goals (3).

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However, after one and half seasons, Aucoin's offensive production dropped to the point where he had only 3 goals through 47 games in 2000–01. On February 7, 2001, Aucoin (along with a second-round pick for the 2001 NHL Entry Draft) was traded to the Tampa Bay Lightning for goaltender Dan Cloutier. He only played 26 regular-season games for the Lightning before being traded in the off-season with Alexander Kharitonov to the New York Islanders for Mathieu Biron and a second-round pick in the 2002 NHL Entry Draft.

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With the Islanders, Aucoin put up the most consistent offensive numbers of his career, including a career-high 33 assists and 44 points in 2003–04, resulting in him being chosen to play in the 2004 NHL All-Star Game for the Eastern Conference. He shared a victory in the hardest shot competition with Sheldon Souray of the Montreal Canadiens with a 102.2 mph blast and scored the first goal of the game in a 6–4 win over the Western Conference.

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In 2004–05, he represented Modo Hockey of the Swedish Elitserien during the NHL lockout. Once NHL play resumed, Aucoin signed with the Chicago Blackhawks on August 2, 2005 for four years, and even became the team captain. However, the first two seasons of his contract were hampered by injuries, and in the off-season prior to the 2007–08 campaign, Aucoin waived his no-trade clause and was sent with a seventh-round draft pick to the Calgary Flames for defencemen Andrei Zyuzin and Steve Marr.

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In his first season with Calgary, Aucoin recorded the fifth 30-point season of his career in 2007–08 with 35 points, and recorded his sixth 30-point season in the 2008–09 season with 34 points.

In the summer of 2009, Aucoin signed a free agent deal with the Phoenix Coyotes. There he helped the Coyotes win the Pacific Division in 2012, where the team also got to the Western Conference finals.

After three seasons with the Coyotes, Aucoin left as a free agent to sign a one-year contract with the Columbus Blue Jackets on July 1, 2012. During the lockout shortened 2012–13 season, Aucoin served as an alternate captain with the Blue Jackets. In 36 games, he totalled just 4 assists, however added a needed veteran presence at the Blueline. In the summer of 2013 he became an Unrestricted Free Agent.

On November 19, 2013, he announced his retirement. He will begin working with the Chicago Blackhawks’ young defensive prospects.

Awards

  • Babe Pratt Trophy (Vancouver Canucks' best defenceman): 1999
  • Selected to one NHL All-Star Game: 2004
  • Transactions

  • June 20, 1992 - Drafted 117th overall in the 1992 NHL Entry Draft by the Vancouver Canucks
  • February 7, 2001 - Traded to the Tampa Bay Lightning with a 2nd round draft pick (2001 NHL Entry Draft) for Dan Cloutier
  • June 22, 2001 - Traded to the New York Islanders with Alexander Kharitonov for Mathieu Biron and a 2nd round draft pick (2002 NHL Entry Draft)
  • August 2, 2005 - Signed a four-year deal with the Chicago Blackhawks
  • June 22, 2007 - Traded to the Calgary Flames with a 7th round draft pick for Andrei Zyuzin and Steve Marr
  • July 1, 2009 - Signed with the Phoenix Coyotes
  • July 1, 2012 - Signed with the Columbus Blue Jackets
  • References

    Adrian Aucoin Wikipedia


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