Curtis Brown
HEIGHT: 6' 0"
BIRTHDATE: 02/12/1976
DRAFTED: BUF: 1994-43 overall
- Has won 28 out of his 47 faceoffs in the playoffs (59.6%)br>
- Recorded his 300th career point on April 1 vs. Los Angeles with a goal
- T-8th on the team with a +4 plus/minus rating
- Leads the team with a 59.2% faceoff percentage
- Seven points (5-2=7) in his last 12 games
- Tied a career high three-game goal streak (3-0=3) for the 5th time from Mar. 28 to Apr. 1
- Appeared in his first game since Jan. 19 and scored a goal and an assist vs. Minnesota on March 19
- Appeared in his 100th game as a Shark vs. Los Angeles on Nov. 28

- Close to establishing a foundation for families that have lost infant children
- Detests hotels that do not provide The Golf Channel

2006-07: Nominated for the Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy. Team was 8-0-0 when scoring a goal. Scored opening, game-winning goal March 4 at Dallas. T-7th among NHL forwards in blocjed shots (68). Second on team with two short handed goalsand had two game winners. Missed Feb. 16 at Columbus to attend the birth of of his third son Griffin. Scored his fifth goal of the season on Dec. 11 vs. Phoenix -matching his season total from 2005-06 with Chicago. Recorded two assits on Dec. 23 vs. Calgary. Scored his second shorthanded goal of the season on Nov. 15 at Colorado. Scored overtime game-winner vs. St. Louis in the season opener on Oct. 5. Playoffs: T-8th among League forwards in blocked shots (11). Picked up an assist in Game 1 of WCOF at NSH on April 11.

2005-06: Returns to the Sharks in 2006-07 after spending the end of the season and playoffs in Teal during the 2003-04 campaign...With Chicago, scored a goal and was a plus-2 at Colorado on April 3Scored a goal vs. Phoenix on March 19Scored a shorthanded goal and added an assist at Detroit on March 11Scored Chicagos lone goal vs. Colorado on March 9Had an assist in a 3-1 win at Columbus on March 7Recorded an assist and was a plus-1 vs. Calgary on Jan. 29, the same night he played his 600th NHL gameRecorded an assist in a 6-3 win over San Jose on Oct. 7Made his Blackhawks debut on Oct. 5 vs. Anaheim and picked up a goal and an assist.
2004-05: Played in 47 games with the San Diego Gulls of the East Coast Hockey League...Recorded 38 points (9-29-38), a plus-5 rating and 24 penalty minutes.

2003-04: Began the season in Buffalo where he played in 68 games posting 21 points (9-12-21)Ranked second on the Sabres in face-off percentage at 52%Appeared in his 500th career game against the Blackhawks in Chicago on Dec.3rd...While with the Sabres, he scored two power play goals, one shorthanded goal, and two game-winnersScored his 250th career goal vs. Philadelphia on Jan. 13thWas traded to San Jose on March 9th and made his Sharks debut on March 11th vs. NYIScored his first two goals as a Shark on March 18th in a 5-3 win at Los AngelesHad two assists in 17 playoff games for the Sharks.

Personal: Married (Ami) and has two sons (Gage and Garrett)favorites: all kinds (music); Braveheart (movie); Edward Norton (actor); Blowfish Sushi To Die For (San Jose area restaurant); Whistler, British Columbia (vacation spot); all kinds (food); (web site)summer activities included preparing to move to San Jose and visiting his family and his in-lawsaway from the ice, he likes to spend time with his familyif he wasnt playing hockey, hed be playing golfa pet peeve is unreliable peoplehockey idol: Wayne Gretzkybest part about where he grew up: having plenty of open space to motorbike and Skidoo (snowmobiling)would like to have met Jesus Christ (It would be cool to meet the man who changed history the most.)memorable NHL moment: first gamespends about an hour a week on the Internet (mostly answering/reading E-mail).