2013-14: Finished 7th on the team in blocked shots (73). Recorded two assists on Feb. 5 vs. Dallas. Added a shorthanded assist on Feb. 1 vs. Chicago. Fighting major on Jan. 9 vs. Detroit (Cleary). Tallied an assist against his former team on Jan. 4 at Colorado. Scored his third goal of the season on Nov. 23 vs. New Jersey. Picked up his second goal of the season (his 200th NHL point) on Oct. 19 vs. Calgary. Scored a goal Oct. 15 at St. Louis. Compiled a plus-3 rating on Oct. 3 vs. Vancouver. Playoffs: Registered an assist in Game 4 of the WCFR at Los Angeles on April 24. Picked up an assist in Game 3 at Los Angeles on April 22. Set a new careerhigh with a plus-3 rating in Game 2 vs. Los Angeles on April 20. His plus-3 rating was also a team-high (tied).
2012-13: Entering 2013-14, is T-2nd among active NHL defensemen in games played since 2000-01 (906). Appeared in four games with San Jose posting two PIM and five shots. Played his first game since being re-acquired by the Sharks on April 16 vs. Los Angeles. Became only the 2nd player in team history to wear four different numbers (6, 22, 27, 43) – The only other player to wear four different numbers with the Sharks was Alexander Korolyuk, who also wore #27 at one point during his Sharks career. His 47 blocked shots were 4th on Nashville at the time of the trade. Acquired from Nashville in exchange for a sixth round selection in the 2013 NHL Draft. Had one assist in 29 games with Nashville. Playoffs: Finished 2nd amongst Sharks defensemen in points (4) and assists (4) in 11 games. 3rd in blocked shots (23) and 2nd in average shorthanded time on ice per game (2:15).
2011-12: Played 75-or-more games for the 11th consecutive season (78). Averaged more than 20 minutes of ice time for the 9th time in the last 10 seasons (20:21). 2nd on the Flames in both average shorthanded ice time (2:50) and blocked shots (126). Suited up for his 900th career game on March 20 at Colorado. Notched his 500th career penalty minute on Dec. 16 at Florida.
2010-11: Paced Washington in average shorthanded ice time (2:22) and 6th in blocked shots (86) after his acquisition from Colorado on Nov. 30. Scored lone goal as a Capital on March 3 vs. St. Louis. Appeared in the 2011 NHL Winter Classic vs. Pittsburgh on Jan. 1. Made Capitals debut on Dec. 2 at Dallas. Appeared in 23 games with Colorado before being traded to Washington for forward Tomas Fleischmann. Playoffs: 2nd on Washington in average time on ice per game (23:37). T-5th in hits (15) and T-2nd in blocked shots (20). Led the team in average shorthanded time on ice per game (4:07).
2009-10: 2nd on the Avalanche in both blocked shots (144) and average ice time (21:55), in addition to being among the League’s Top 25 in average shorthanded ice time (3:16). Playoffs: Paced the Avsin plus/minus rating (+3) and 2nd in average ice time per game (22:32) in WCQF vs. San Jose.
2008-09: Led Colorado in average ice time (22:22) and posted a career high in blocked shots (162).
2007-08: Appeared in all 82 games with Colorado, tying a career high set in 2003-04. Paced Colorado in blocked shots (153). Playoffs: 3rd on the team in blocked shots (17).
2006- 07: Served as an alternate captain for San Jose from 2003-07. Notched a career high in assists (20) and tied a personal best in points (24). Led the Sharks in average ice time (22:49) and blocked shots (140). 9th in the NHL in even-strength ice time (17:53). Playoffs: Paced San Jose in penalty minutes (33) and blocked shots (21).
2005-06: Posted a career-high 24 points (6-18=24) and tied a career high in goals. Led all NHL skaters in even-strength ice time (17:31). Paced San Jose in average ice time with a career high (24:34). His 100th career point was the game-winning goal on April 1 vs. Phoenix. Playoffs: Led the team in average ice time per game (25:15) and 2nd in blocked shots (18). 2005: Helped Canada earn a silver medal at the 2005 World Championships.
2003-04: Won a gold medal with Team Canada at the 2004 World Cup of Hockey. Set a career high in goals and tied a personal best in plus/minus (+10). Led the Sharks in average ice time (23:39). Playoffs: Helped the Sharks reach the 2004 Western Conference Finals for the first time in franchise history, T-1st among San Jose blueliners in points (1- 5=6) and led the team in average ice time (26:38).
2002-03: Established career highs in penalty minutes (61) and shots (114). Paced the Sharks in average ice time (24:15) and ranked 2nd among club defensemen in points (3-19=22).
2001-02: Posted a personal best +10 rating for the second consecutive season. Playoffs: Registered two assists in 4-1 win in Game 3, April 22 at Phoenix, including helpers on San Jose’s first goal and the game-winner.
2000-01: Played his first full NHL campaign. Playoffs: Led the team in average ice time (25:09).
1999-00: 4th among rookie defensemen – and 2nd on the Sharks – in plus/minus rating (+7). Playoffs: Recorded an assist in his NHL Playoff debut in Game 5 of the WCSF at Dallas on May 7.
1998-99: Started the campaign with the Sharks – before returning to Kelowna of the WHL – recording two assists in his NHL debut vs. Calgary on Oct. 9 in a game played at Yoyogi Arena in Japan. Named Kelowna’s MVP, best defenseman and player of the year. Made his AHL debut with Kentucky April 16 vs. Cincinnati.
1997-98: Invited to Canada’s 1998 Junior Evaluation Camp.
PERSONAL: “Hanner” lists these favorites: Pork chops (food); Surf and hang out with his buddies (offseason activity); Football (sport besides hockey); Shawshank Redemption, The Dark Knight and Man of Steel (movies); The Wire (TV show); Pearl Jam (band); Hawaii (vacation spot); Mama’s Fishhouse in Maui (restaurant); Doug Lidster (hockey idol); Getting drafted and winning the World Cup (hockey moments); Chicago (road city); Chicago Blackhawks (non-Sharks jersey). Has the hidden talent of being an excellent juggler. His first job was working construction with his step-dad at 15. Would be arguing with somebody (“Probably be a lawyer”) if he wasn’t playing hockey professionally. If he could hang out with one person in history it would be Nelson Mandela (“His book was phenomenal”). If faced with the situation of fighting one horse-sized duck or 100 duck-sized horses, he would want to fight 100 ducksized horses. Biggest influence on his hockey career was his family. Names Sidney Crosby the most exciting player to watch in the NHL. In his hometown of Surrey, BC, Scott Hannan enjoys hanging out with his family.