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Sergei Fedorov
Sergei Fedorov
Number: 91
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 207
Shoots: Left
Born: Dec 13, 1969
Birthplace: Pskov, Russia
Acquired: From Columbus in exchange for Theo Ruth, Feb. 26, 2008
Drafted: DET / 1989 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 4th (74th overall)
A three-time Stanley Cup champion (2002, 1998, 1997) and former Hart Trophy and Lester B. Pearson Award winner (1994) … Won two Selke Trophies as the NHL’s top defensive forward (1994, 1996) … A six-time NHL All-Star Game participant (1992, 1994, 1996, 2001, 2002, 2003) … Is the all-time leader in games played, points and assists among players born and trained in the former USSR … Entering 2008-09, his 472 goals rank 50th all-time, ninth among active players and just one behind Alexander Mogilny for the most by a Russian-born player … Ranks 55th all-time and 11th among active players with 674 career assists … Ranks 48th all-time and eighth among active players with 1,146 career points … His +257 career rating is best among active forwards (trailing only Nicklas Lidstrom and Chris Chelios among all active players) … Ranks third all-time with 14 career overtime goals, trailing only Mats Sundin and Jaromir Jagr (15 each) … Leads all active players (eighth all-time) with 36 shorthanded goals … Among the all-time leaders in playoff goals (51; tied for 45th all-time, sixth among active players), assists (117; ninth all-time, first active), points (168; 17th all-time, third active) and games (169; tied for 41st all-time, tied for ninth active) … Ranks fourth in Detroit Red Wings history in goals (400) and points (954) and fifth in assists (554).

Recorded 38 points (10g-28a) in 66 games between CBJ and Washington … Appeared in 18 games for Washington, posting 13 points (2a-11g) … Ranked 10th in the NHL in faceoff percentage (55.5%) … Capitals went 8-1-0 when Fedorov notched a point and 2-0-0 when he scored a goal … Averaged 18:15 TOI with the Capitals (eighth on roster) … Posted 10 points (2g-8a) in final 10 regular-season games … Recorded points in back-to-back games four times as a Cap … Recorded nine multiple-point games on the season; four as a Cap (3/14 vs. ATL, 3/27 at TB, 4/1 vs. CAR, 4/5 vs. FLA) … Posted a goal and an assist in the season opener for CBJ (10/5 vs. ANA) … Had points in seven straight games from 10/27-11/10 (1g-6a), including assists in six straight from 10/31-11/10 (6a) … Had points in six of the seven games he played in January (2g-7a), including each of the first five games of the New Year (1/2-1/11, 2g-5a) … Tallied an assist and won 10 of 13 faceoffs in Caps debut, 2/29 at NJ … Posted a pair of assists vs. ATL (3/14) … Scored first goal in a Washington uniform, a PPG, 3/16 vs. BOS … Skated in season-high 22:48 vs. BOS (3/16) … Took team-high 30 faceoffs at CAR (3/25) … Recorded two helpers at TB (3/27) and followed that with another two-assist outing 4/1 vs. CAR … Completed regular season on a three-game point streak (1g-4a) from 4/1-4/5 … Notched two points, including the GWG, in 3-1 victory vs. FLA to clinch the Southeast Division title (4/5) … Recorded five points (1g-4a) in seven playoff games, his first playoff action since 2003 … His goal in Game 5 of the ECQF vs. PHI made him the oldest player ever to score in the playoffs for the Caps at 38 … Had points in each of the last three games of the series (1g-3a) … Won the gold medal with Russia at the World Championship.

2006-07: Posted 42 points (18g-24a) in 73 games with CBJ … Shared the team lead with two SHGs … Was second in PPGs (7) and shooting percentage (11.0) while ranking third in goals and tied for third in points … Had a season-high four points (2g-2a) and tied single-game CBJ records in shots (10) and plus/minus (+4) on 11/25 vs. MIN … Scored his 449th and 450th career goals and added an assist 12/9 at STL … Had three points (2g-1a), including the GWG, 12/18 vs. DET … Had a goal and an assist, including his 1,100th career point, 2/24 at NYR.
2005-06: Recorded 44 points (12g-32a) in 67 games between CBJ and ANA … Finished second on CBJ in assists, third in shots (160), fourth in points and fifth in ice time (21:01, which led all forwards) … Collected 36 points (11g-25a) in his final 41 games, including eight points (4g-4a) in the his last five … Became the first Russian-born and trained player (and 205th overall) to play in 1,000 NHL games 11/30 at MIN … Tallied four assists 1/8 at PHX, including the 600th assist of his career.
2004-05: Did not play.
2003-04: Led ANA in goals (31), assists (34), points (65), GWGs (6) and SHGs (2) and tied for first in PPGs (9) … Tallied a season-high four points (1g-3a) 2/1 at CGY … Had a six-game point streak from 2/4-2/18 (3g-5a) … Had two assists 2/14 at VAN to become the first Russian, the fifth European and the 67th player all-time to record 1,000 career points … Scored two goals, including the GWG, and added an assist 2/29 vs. LA … Had a team-high seven-game point streak from 3/14-3/25 (6g-3a).
2002-03: Led DET in points (83), assists (47), GWGs (11) and shots (281) while ranking second in goals (36) … Ranked second in the NHL in GWGs and tied for 12th in goals … Had a 10-game point streak from 2/8-3/2 (4g-12a) … Had a hat trick and an assist, including the GWG, 3/7 vs. STL … Played his 900th career game 3/22 at STL … Scored his 400th career goal 4/6 at CHI … Led the Red Wings in playoff points (1g-2a) in four games.
2001-02: Won his third Stanley Cup championship … Finished second on DET in points (68), goals (31) and GWGs (6) … Finished third in assists (37) and PPGs (10) … Had a five-game goal streak from 10/13-10/24 (5g-1a) … Posted his 500th career assist 3/16 at BOS … Had a four-point game (1g-3a) 3/17 at NYR … Appeared in all 23 of DET’s postseason games … Finished tied for second in playoff points (19) … Won a bronze medal with Russia at the Olympics.
2000-01: Led DET in goals (32) and ranked third in assists (37) and points (69) … Ranked second in power-play assists (23) and power-play points (37) … Recorded his fourth career hat trick 11/22 vs. BOS … Played in all six playoff games for DET, finishing second in Red Wings playoff scoring with seven points (2g-5a).
1999-00: Ranked fourth on DET in points (62) and second in GWGs (7) … Shared the team lead and tied for third in the NHL with four SHGs … Led the Red Wings in playoff goals (four) and points (eight) and was tied for first in assists (four).
1998-99: Finished second on DET in points (63) … Club was 20-2-3 when he scored a goal … Had a team- and career-high 11-game point streak from 3/19-4/9 (7g-10a) … Recorded nine points (1g-8a) in 10 playoff games, including  at least a point in each of the four games in the WCQF vs. ANA (1g-5a).
1997-98: Won his second Stanley Cup … Played 21 of the final 23 games after agreeing to a new contract … Recorded 17 points (6g-11a) in 21 regular-season games … Led DET in goals (10) and points (20) during the postseason … Scored the GWG in the third period in DET’s 2-1 win at WSH during Game 3 of the Stanley Cup finals … Netted a goal in the series-deciding Game 6 of the WCF vs. DAL … Tallied eight points (5g-3a) in first round vs. PHX … Won a silver medal with Russia at the Olympics.
1996-97: Won first of back-to-back Stanley Cups with DET … Ranked second on the team in goals (30) and third in points (63) … Had a season-high six-game point streak from 12/22-1/5 (8g-5a) … Scored all five goals, a career high, in a 5-4 overtime win vs. WSH on 12/26 … Led the Red Wings in points (20), assists (12) and game-winning goals (4) in the postseason.
1995-96: Won the Frank J. Selke Trophy as the NHL’s top defensive forward … Led DET in goals (39), assists (68) and points (107) … Assist total was a career best and ranked tied for ninth in the NHL … Ranked second in the NHL in GWGs (11) and plus/minus (+49) … Ranked eighth in the NHL in points … Had two 10-game point-scoring streaks in the regular season (11/2-11/28, 6g-10a, and 2/10 – 2/29, 5g-8a) … Tied for first on DET in playoff scoring (20 points) on way to helping team to the WCF.
1994-95: Ranked second on DET in goals (20), assists (30) and points (50) in 42 games … Led the team in SHGs (3) and shared the team lead in GWGs (5) … Scored four goals 2/12 vs. LA for his second career hat trick … Led the NHL in playoff points (24) and assists (17) in 17 games … Made first SCF appearance, falling to NJ.
1993-94: Was the first European player to win the Hart Trophy as the league’s most valuable player … Also won the Lester B. Pearson Award as the outstanding player as voted by the NHLPA and the Frank J. Selke Trophy as the NHL’s top defensive forward … Named player of the year by The Hockey News, Sporting News and Hockey Digest … Set career highs in goals (56) and points (120) … Ranked second in the league in points, third in goals, second in plus/minus (+48) and second in GWGs (10) Scored his 100th career goal 10/9 at LA … Notched his first career hat trick 3/1 vs. CGY … Led the Red Wings in playoff points (8) and assists (7) in seven games played.
1992-93: Ranked third on DET in points (87), tied for third in goals (34) and fourth in assists (53) … Shared the team lead at +33 … Finished second in DET’s playoff scoring race, netting nine points (3g-6a) in seven games.
1991-92: Was the runner-up to Guy Carbonneau for the Selke Trophy as the NHL’s top defensive forward … Appeared in 11 games in his playoff debut for DET, leading the team with 10 points (5g-5a).
1990-91: Was the runner-up to Ed Belfour in balloting for the Calder Trophy as the NHL’s rookie of the year … Was named to the NHL All-Rookie Team … Led NHL rookies in goals (31), assists (48), points (79), GWGs (11) and shots (259) … Finished second on DET in goals, assists and points … Made his NHL debut and had a PPG 10/4 at NJ.

European Career
1989-90: Played his fourth season with the Central Red Army team … Recorded 29 points (19g-10a) in 48 games … Won his second World Championship with the USSR … Originally went to Detroit in July of 1990 after playing for the Soviet Union in the Goodwill Games in Seattle.
1988-89: Played 44 games for CSKA … Participated in his third World Junior Championship and his first World Championship.

International Career
Has represented Russia and the Soviet Union in 10 major international competitions, winning two Olympic medals (silver in 1998, bronze in 2002), three World Championship gold medals (2008, 1990, 1989) and two World Junior Championship medals (gold in 1989, silver in 1988). 2008: Helped lead Russia to gold at the World Championship in Canada, recording 12 points (5g-7a) in nine games … Ranked tied for second on the team in scoring, just one point behind Alexander Semin … Tied for sixth in the tournament in points, tied for seventh in assists and tied for seventh in plus/minus (+10). 2002: Won a bronze medal at the Olympics in Salt Lake City with Russia … Shared the team lead in scoring with four points (2g-2a) in six games. 1998: Captured a silver medal at the Olympics in Nagano … Tied for second on the team and seventh in the tournament with six points (1g-5a) in six games. 1996: Represented Russia in the World Cup of Hockey, falling to the U.S. in the semifinals … Led the team and ranked tied for eighth in the tournament in scoring with six points (3g-3a) in five games. 1991: Represented the Soviet Union at the Canada Cup. 1990: Won his second of three gold medals at the World Championship, his second with the Soviet Union. 1989: Won his first World Championship gold medal, recording nine points (6g-3a) in 10 games … Won gold at the World Junior Championship. 1988: Won silver at the World Junior Championship, which the Soviet Union hosted in Moscow. 1987: Made his World Junior Championship debut.

NHL Transactions
Selected by Detroit in the fourth round, 74th overall, in the 1989 Entry Draft … Signed as a free agent by Anaheim, July 19, 2003 … Traded to Columbus by Anaheim with Anaheim’s fifth-round choice (Maxime Frechette) in 2006 Entry Draft for Tyler Wright and Francois Beauchemin, Nov. 15, 2005 … Traded to Washington by Columbus for Theo Ruth, Feb. 26, 2008.

Active with charities through the Sergei Fedorov Foundation, providing millions to children’s hospitals in both Michigan and Russia … Has provided financial support to college students with scholarships, summer employment, support groups, interaction with other Fedorov Scholars and career counseling … Provided $125,000 in hockey equipment to needy children in Moscow … With former USSR goaltender Vladislav Tretiak, Fedorov sent a dialysis machine to Morozov’s Children’s Hospital in Moscow … Enjoys golf, boating, tennis, travel and music … Admired Sergei Makarov while growing up … Brother, Fedor, has played 18 career NHL games and signed with NJ this summer.