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Chris Durno
Chris Durno
Left Wing
Number: 45
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 223
Shoots: Left
Born: Oct 31, 1980
Birthplace: Scarborough, ON, Canada
Acquired: Signed by Colorado as a free agent, July 3, 2008.
Spent the majority of the season with the Lake Erie Monsters (AHL), but also saw action in two games with the Avalanche…Led the Monsters in goals (18) and penalty minutes (131), while finishing second in both assists (27) and points (45)…Ranked first on Lake Erie in both power-play goals (7) and power-play points (15)…Recalled by the Avalanche on Dec. 30 but did not appear in a game before being reassigned to Lake Erie on Jan. 1…Recalled from Lake Erie for a second time on Jan. 17 and made his NHL debut on Jan. 18 vs. Calgary…Reassigned to Lake Erie on Jan. 21. 2007-08: Skated in a team-high 80 games for the San Antonio Rampage (AHL)…Ranked second on the club with 23 goals and led the Rampage with four short-handed tallies…Logged 109 penalty minutes to rank fourth on the team…Added two assists in seven postseason contests. 2006-07: Was signed by Chicago as an undrafted free agent just prior to the season on Sept. 25…Split the 2006-07 campaign between three American Hockey League clubs…Opened the year with the Norfolk Admirals, notching five points (4g/1a) in 22 games to go along with 61 penalty minutes…Was traded from the Blackhawks organization, along with Sebastien Caron and Matt Keith, to the Anaheim Ducks in exchange for Pierre Parenteau and Bruno St. Jacques on Dec. 28…Played in 12 games with the Portland Pirates following the trade and recorded two points (1g/1a)…Was acquired by the Nashville Predators on Jan. 26 in exchange for Shane Endicott…Appeared in 29 games with the Milwaukee Admirals and totaled 16 points (13g/3a). 2005-06: Began the season with the Gwinnett Gladiators (ECHL) and was leading the team with 22 points (12g/10a) in 13 games before being recalled to Milwaukee (AHL) on Dec. 2…Made his AHL debut that night and spent the remainder of the season with the Admirals…Recorded 40 points (20g/20a) in 57 AHL games. 2004-05: Skated in 66 games with Gwinnett, notching 56 points (20g/36a)…Ranked third on the team in assists and penalty minutes (101), while finishing fourth in both goals and points…Led the Gladiators in playoff goals (5) and points (7). 2003-04: Appeared in 68 games during his first season with Gwinnett, ranking third on the club in goals (20-tie) and fifth in points (46)…Led the Gladiators with seven playoff goals and shared the team lead with 12 points in 13 postseason games. 2002-03: Capped off his four-year career at Michigan Tech University by notching 16 points (5g/11a) in 35 games. 2001-02: Skated in 36 games during his junior campaign, totaling 15 points (7g/8a)…Finished second on the team with 48 penalty minutes. 2000-01: Recorded 15 points (9g/6a) in 35 games with the Huskies, finishing third on the team in goals. 1999-00: Appeared in 24 games during his freshman season at Michigan Tech.

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