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Brad Lukowich
Brad Lukowich
Defenseman
Number: 37
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 191
Shoots: Left
Born: Aug 12, 1976
Birthplace: Cranbrook, BC, Canada
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Acquired: Acquired by San Jose along with Dan Boyle from Tampa Bay in exchange for Matt Carle, Ty Wishart, a first round selection in the 2009 NHL Entry Draft and a fourth round selection in the 2010 NHL Entry Draft on July 4, 2008.
Drafted: NYI / 1994 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 4th (90th overall)
2007-08: Returned to Tampa Bay and led Lightning with 153 hits and was third with 108 blocked shots…Returned to action after missing 21 games due to injury and logged 10:14 of ice time on March 29 vs. Carolina…Was a season best plus-2 and recorded an assist on Jan. 22 vs. Edmonton…Recorded his 100th point with an assist and blocked three shots on Jan. 8 at the New York Rangers…Logged a season-high 24:41 of ice time on Dec. 27 vs. Montreal.

2006-07: Second among New Jersey defensemen in goals and third in points…Scored his first career overtime goal on Feb. 1 at Philadelphia and first career shorthanded goal on Dec. 2 at Philadelphia…Playoffs: Averaged 19:57, the second highest of his career…Finished with a plus-2 rating.

2005-06: Split season with the Islanders and New Jersey…Playoffs: Played more than 20 minutes in six of his nine games.

2004-05: Appeared in 16 games with Fort Worth (CHL).

2003-04: T-7th in the League in plus/minus (plus-29, career high)…Playoffs: Won his second Stanley Cup…Recorded career highs in games, points and plus/minus rating (plus-4).

2002-03: Missed final five games of the regular season with Tampa Bay due to a cracked orbital bone… Scored a goal in Tampa Bay debut on Oct. 10 at Florida…Playoffs: Appeared in nine of 11 playoff games…Averaged 17:47 of ice time…Suffered a fractured hand in Game 3 of the ECSF vs. New Jersey on April 28 and missed final two games of the series.

2001-02: Lone goal of the season came on March 14 at Montreal.

2000-01: Led Dallas and finished fourth among NHL defensemen in plus/minus (plus-28)…Posted first career multi-point game (0-2=2) on Dec. 31 vs. the New York Rangers…Playoffs: T-1st on the team in plus/minus (plus-2)…Registered his first postseason goal in Game One of the WCSF vs. St. Louis.

1999-00: Scored first gamewinning goal on March 19 vs. San Jose.

1998-99: Split season between Dallas and Michigan...Led K-Wings defensemen in assists and second
among defensemen in goals and points…Picked up one assist in the IHL All-Star Game…Playoffs: First rookie defenseman for Dallas to appear in a playoff game since Derian Hatcher in 1992…Played his first Stanley Cup Playoff game in Game 3 of the WCQF at Edmonton on April 25 and earned an assist.

1997-98: Split season between Dallas and Michigan (IHL)…Named the K-Wings Defenseman of the Year…Led all team defensemen in assists and points and was third among team defensemen in goals.

1996-97: First professional hockey season…other: Played parts of four seasons (1992-96) with Kamloops (WHL)...Won two Memorial Cups (1994 and 1995) for the Blazers.

Personal: “Luke” has NHL ties: father (Bernie) played two NHL seasons (1973-75) with Pittsburgh and St. Louis. He was a right wing who scored 13 goals in 79 games…Cousin (Morris) appeared in 582 NHL games from 1979-80 to 1986-87 with Winnipeg, Boston and Los Angeles…Morris, a left wing, had 199 goals and 418 points…Sweater number (37) is tattooed on his ankle with a likeness of the Stanley Cup that he won twice…Is a partner in Lock-Out Entertainment, a band promotion and management company...Favorites: taxi.com (music web site); The Doors (musicians); “Prison Break” and “Entourage” (television shows); Ben Stiller and Kate Hudson (actor/actress); Vancouver Canucks (NHL team while growing up); Blowfish Sushi to Die For (San Jose area restaurant); Maui and Alaska (vacation spots); “Rock Band” (video game); East Indian and Thai (foods)...Hockey idol is Scott Niedermayer...Would’ve love to have met Jim Morrison of The Doors (“An interesting man with different views”).

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STANDINGS

WESTERN CONFERENCE
  TEAM GP W L OT GF GA PTS
1 ANA 35 22 8 5 101 96 49
2 CHI 32 22 9 1 100 64 45
3 STL 32 21 9 2 98 78 44
4 NSH 30 20 8 2 81 59 42
5 SJS 33 18 11 4 94 85 40
6 WPG 33 17 10 6 80 76 40
7 VAN 31 18 11 2 89 88 38
8 LAK 33 16 11 6 90 82 38
9 CGY 34 17 15 2 98 92 36
10 MIN 30 16 12 2 86 78 34
11 DAL 31 13 13 5 89 104 31
12 COL 31 10 13 8 78 99 28
13 ARI 31 11 16 4 72 100 26
14 EDM 33 7 20 6 69 110 20

STATS

2014-2015 REGULAR SEASON
SKATERS: GP G A +/- Pts
L. Couture 33 13 15 4 28
J. Thornton 33 8 20 3 28
J. Pavelski 33 15 12 4 27
P. Marleau 33 7 20 -2 27
B. Burns 33 9 16 -1 25
T. Wingels 33 9 14 1 23
T. Hertl 33 7 7 -2 14
J. Braun 33 1 11 7 12
J. Sheppard 27 4 6 0 10
M. Nieto 26 3 6 0 9
 
GOALIES: W L OT Sv% GAA
A. Stalock 4 3 1 .926 2.12
A. Niemi 13 7 3 .918 2.45
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