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Eric Perrin
Eric Perrin
Number: 9
Height: 5' 9"
Weight: 180
Shoots: Left
Born: Nov 1, 1975
Birthplace: Laval, QC, Canada
Acquired: Signed as a free agent on June 19, 2003.
2005-06 SEASON
Scored 13 goals and dished out 25 assists in 44 games with Bern of the Swiss league Scored 2 goals and registered 6 points in 11 games in the playoffs He also played in 11 post-season games for Biel-Bienne in the Swiss-B League and scored 5 goals with 7 assists.

2004-05: Appeared in all 80 games with Hershey and scored 24 goals and recorded 73 points with 46 PIM Led the Bears in assists, points and game winning goals (7) en route to earning his second consecutive AHL All-Star honor At the All-Star Game he scored a goal and finished the game at a +1 as the Canadian All-Stars fell to PlanetUSA 5-4 Finished the season tied for eighth in assists and 14th in points. 2003-04: Made his NHL debut 3/27 vs. WSH recording 1 shot on goal and winning 6 faceoffs in 9:43 of ice time ... Recalled from Hershey (AHL) to Tampa Bay 3/26 Was named to the starting lineup for the Canadian AHL All-Star team for the 2004 AHL All-Star Classic and recorded 2 assists in the game Finished the season 2nd in the AHL in assists with 54 and tied for 3rd in points with 75 Was 3rd on the Bears in GWG and tied for the team lead in PPG. 2004 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Registered a playoff high 11:26 of ice time 5/10 vs. PHI in Game 2 of the Conference Finals ... Recorded his first NHL point with an assist in Game 1 5/8 vs. PHI. Finnish Career: Spent 3 seasons in Finland Led JyP in scoring in 2002-03 with 18 goals and 46 points in 56 games Ranked 6th in assists and 7th in points in SM-Liiga Ranked 4th in SM-Liiga playoff scoring with 10 points in 7 games in 2002-03. IHL Career: Played 3 full IHL seasons from 1997-98 to 1999-00 with Cleveland, Quebec and Kansas City Was undrafted and signed as a free agent with Cleveland following college career. Vermont Career: Played 4 seasons at Vermont (1993-94 to 1996-97) with friend Martin St. Louis Ranks 1st in games (142), goals (107) and GWG (18) and 2nd in assists (149), points (256) and PPG (36) at Vermont Ranks 18th in NCAA history with 18 GWG Named Hobey Baker Award finalist and NCAA All American in 1996 Named East Coast Athletic Conference Player of the Year in 1996 Chosen as ECAC All-Star in 1995, 1996 & 1997 Named to the ECAC All-Rookie Team in 1994 Named 1994 ECAC Rookie of the Year.