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Boyd Devereaux #21
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2001-2002 Playoff Stats

GP
G
A
PTS
PMN
PIM
PP
SH
GW
GT
SHT
15
2
2
4
3
0
0
0
0
0
20

2001-2002 Playoff Stats - Other

Penalty Shots
0
Minor Penalties
0
Major Penalties
0
Misconducts
0
Game Misconducts
0
Even Strength Goals
2
Even Strength Assists
2
Even Strenght Points
4
Power Play Assists
0
Power Play Points
0
Short Handed Assists
0
Short Handed Points
0
Empty net goals
0
Face offs won
1
Face offs lost
0
Face offs won %
100.00%
Hits
26
Takeaways
12
Giveaways
4
Blocked Shots
4


boyd devereaux Vs. the NHL - 2001-2002 Season

Team
GP
G
A
PTS
Anaheim Mighty Ducks
16
0
0
0
Atlanta Thrashers
4
2
2
4
Buffalo Sabres
2
0
1
1
Carolina Hurricanes
4
0
1
1
Columbus Blue Jackets
7
1
3
4
Calgary Flames
16
0
2
2
Chicago Blackhawks
17
1
0
1
Edmonton Oilers
6
2
1
3
Los Angeles Kings
14
0
4
4
New Jersey Devils
3
1
1
2
Nashville Predators
13
1
2
3
New York Islanders
5
2
1
3
Ottawa Senators
6
4
0
4
Philadelphia Flyers
7
1
0
1
Phoenix Coyotes
17
3
4
7
San Jose Sharks
12
0
1
1
St Louis Blues
4
0
1
1
Toronto Maple Leafs
8
0
1
1
Vancouver Canucks
2
0
0
0
Washington Capitals
5
1
2
3

CENTER

SHOOTS »
Left


HEIGHT »
6'2"
WEIGHT »
195 lbs.
BIRTHDATE »
April 16, 1978
BIRTHPLACE »
Seaforth, Ontario
RESIDES »
West Bloomfield, Michigan
DRAFTED »
6th Overall, 1st Round, 1996 (EDM)
COMPENSATION »
$1,450,000.00 US
CONTRACT ENDS »
2003
ACQUIRED »
Signed as an Unrestricted Free Agent (no compensation) from the Edmonton Oilers, 08/23/00.

2000-2001 STATISTICS

REGULAR SEASON »
STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS »
GP
G
A
PTS
+/-
PIM
SH
SH%
GP
G
A
PTS
+/-
PIM
SH
SH%
55
5
6
11
1
14
68
7.5
2
0
0
0
-2
0
2
00.0

PERSONAL INFORMATION

Boyd was Edmonton's first choice (sixth overall) in the 1996 Entry Draft. In 1997-98, he played in 38 games and tallied five points (one goal, four assists). In 1998-99, Boyd played in 61 games, scoring six goals and adding eight assists. In 1999-2000, he played 76 games netting eight goals and 19 assists. Boyd signed as a free agent with Detroit on August 23, 2000. That year, Boyd played 55 games and helped the Red Wings win the Central Division title.
Prior to making his NHL debut, Boyd played two seasons for the Kitchener Rangers of the OHL. He played a career-best 66 games during his rookie season in 1995-96, scoring 20 goals and 38 assists. He was also named the 1995-96 OHL and CHL Scholastic Player of the Year. In 1996-97, Boyd posted career-highs in goals (28), assists (41), points (69), and penalty minutes (37), before joining Hamilton of the AHL for a playoff game.
Boyd was a key member of Canada's gold-medal winning team at the 1997 World Junior Championships, where he played in seven games and scored four goals. One of his goals was the game-winner in the semifinals vs. Russia while another won the championship game against the United States.
Boyd hails from Seaforth, Ontario.


Personal Information courtesy of the National Hockey League Players' Association, NHLPA.com.