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Doug Janik
Doug Janik
Defenseman
(JAN-ehk)
Number: 3
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 211
Shoots: Left
Born: Mar 26, 1980
Birthplace: Agawam, MA, United States
Acquired: Signed as a free agent on July 6, 2006
Drafted: BUF / 1999 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 2nd (55th overall)
2006-07 SEASON
Played his first full NHL season with Tampa Bay after earning a roster spot during training camp … Finished the season with 2 goals and 11 points in 75 games … Averaged 14:28 of ice time per game and ranked 4th among Lightning defensemen in blocked shots with 98 … Logged more than 20 minutes of ice time (20:59) and recorded his 7th assist of the season with a plus-1 rating 3/7 at EDM … Scored his 2nd career goal 2/1 at CAR … Recorded his first 2-point game with 2 assists 1/20 at CAR … Scored his 1st career goal 1/2 at MTL … Played a career high 22:59 of ice time 12/2 at OTT and registered a career best 3 shots on goal … Recorded his first career point with an assist 11/22 at FLA … Made his Lightning debut 10/5 at ATL.

2007 PLAYOFFS
Played in 1 Stanley Cup Playoff game, Game 6 vs. NJ, and landed 1 hit in 3:42 of ice time.

CAREER NOTES
2005-06: Recorded 24 points (5-19-24) and 161 PIMs in 71 games with Rochester (AHL) … Scored 2 power-play goals and 1 shorthanded … 2006 Playoffs: Made his Stanley Cup Playoff debut with Buffalo … Played in 5 games and scored 1 goal …Scored his 1st career NHL goal and played a playoff high 16:47 in Game 7 of the ECF 6/1/06 at CAR … 2004-05: Appeared in 76 games for the Rochester Americans (AHL), compiling 12 points (2-10-12) … Added 2ndgoal of the season at Hamilton on 2/12 ... Scored 1st goal of the season against Albany on 12/29 … 2003-04: Assessed a career-high 17 penalty minutes 2/16 vs. ATL … Reassigned to Rochester, 2/22 … Recalled to Buffalo, 2/21 … Reassigned to Rochester, 2/20 … Recalled to Buffalo, 2/15 … At time of recall, recorded 1 goal and 10 assists to go with 56 PIM in 56 games … Reassigned to Rochester, 1/13 … Skated 13 shifts 1/12 at Boston … Recalled from Rochester, 1/11 … Reassigned to Rochester, 1/10 … Appeared in 1 game for Sabres, skating 16 shifts 1/9 vs. OTT … Recalled from Rochester, 1/9 … At time of recall, appeared in 35 games with the Amerks, recording 8 assists and 44 PIM … Scored 1st goal of season 1/14 @ Albany … Picked up his 1st assist of season 11/10 vs. Cincinnati … Netted his 2nd goal of season 3/14 vs. St. John’s.  2004 Playoffs: Recorded 1st professional playoff point/assist with helper 4/17 at Syracuse … Scored 1st professional postseason goal and added assist 4/28 vs. Syracuse.  2002-03: Reassigned to Rochester 3/24 … Played 1st career NHL game 3/14 vs. TBL … Recalled from Rochester 3/13 … At time of recall, played in 69 games with the Amerks, recording 13 points (3-10-13) and 116 PIM … Finished season with 16 points (3-13-16) in 75 games … Recorded 1st 3-point night (0-3-3) of his professional career 12/22 vs. Cincinnati  … Scored 2nd goal of season 12/20 vs. Cincinnati … Played in 100th professional game 11/23 vs. San Antonio … Scored his 1st goal of season 11/16 vs. Binghamton.  2001-02: Nominated for 2002 Timex Ironman Player Award by the Professional Hockey Players’ Association and Timex of Canada … Award is presented to 1 member of PHPA playing in AHL and 1 member of ECHL … Became 1st Amerk defenseman since Mark Renaud (1984-85) to play in all 80 regular season games … Registered 23 points (6-17-23) as a rookie … Named Amerks’ Rookie of the Year, Most Improved Player and Unsung Hero … Ranked 3rd among Amerk defensemen in points (6-17-23) … Recorded 100th Amerk/professional PIM 4/3 at Syracuse … Scored 1st professional GWG 3/1 at Grand Rapids … Scored in back-to-back games 11/21 vs. Cleveland and 11/23 vs. Cincinnati … Scored 1st professional goal 11/21 vs. Cleveland  …Recorded 1st professional point/assist 10/8 vs. Philadelphia … Made professional debut 10/5 vs. Bridgeport.  2002 Playoffs: Made professional playoff debut 4/9 @ Philadelphia in Game 1 of Western Conference Qualifier.  2000-01: Team captain for the University of Maine (Hockey East) for 2nd consecutive season … Led Black Bear defensemen in scoring with 3 goals and 15 assists … Named to 2000-01 NCAA All-East Regional Team.  1999-00: Member of the New England Hockey Writers Association All-Star Team and an All-Hockey East Team honorable mention and runner-up Best Defensive Defenseman.  1998-99: Played on Maine’s 1999 NCAA Division I championship team that defeated New Hampshire, 3-2, in overtime….Played for Team USA at the 1999 and 2000 World Junior Championships.

TRANSACTIONS
Signed as a free agent by the Lightning on July 6, 2006 Selected by Buffalo in the second-round choice, 55th overall, in the 1999 NHL Entry Draft.

FIRSTS
Game:     NHL – 3/14/03 vs. TBL
    Lightning – 10/5/06 at ATL
Goal:     NHL – None
    Lightning – 1/2 at MTL (Huet)
Assist: NHL – None
    Lightning – 11/22 at FLA

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
Goals
Game:        1 (2 times, last – 2/1/07 at CAR)
Season:         2 (2006-07)
Multi-Goal Games:        0
    In 2006-07:     0
Hat Tricks:         0
Streak:         0
    In 2006-07:     0

Assists
Game:         2 (1/20/07 at CAR)
Season:         9 (2006-07)
Streak:         2 (3/18-3/20/07, 2a)
    In 2006-07:     2 (3/18-3/20/07, 2a)
   
Points
Game:        2 (1/20/07 at CAR, 0g-2a)
Season:         11 (2006-07)
Multi-Point Games:    1
    In 2006-07:     1 (1/20/07 at CAR, 0g-2a)
Streak:         2 (3/18-3/20/07, 0g-2a)
    In 2006-07:     2 (3/18-3/20/07, 0g-2a)

Games Played Streak:         65 (10/5/06-2/27/07)
Most PIM in a Game:         17 (2/16/04 vs. ATL)
Most Shots in a Game:     3 (2 times, last – 2/6/07 vs. LAK)