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Chris Terry

#25 Chris Terry

Position Left Wing
Height 5'10"
Weight 195
Shoots Left
Born April 7, 1989
Birthplace Brampton, Ontario
Drafted CAR 2007 (5th, 132nd)

Career Statistics

        Regular Season   Playoffs
Season Team League   GP G A PTS PIM   GP G A PTS PIM
2005-06 Plymouth OHL   64 9 19 28 72   11 3 2 5 4
2006-07 Plymouth OHL   68 22 44 66 98   20 8 10 18 21
2007-08 Plymouth OHL   68 44 57 101 107   4 4 3 7 6
  Albany AHL   1 0 0 0 0   - - - - -
2008-09 Plymouth OHL   53 39 55 94 75   11 7 9 16 18
2009-10 Albany AHL   80 17 30 47 47   8 2 4 6 0
2010-11 Charlotte AHL   80 34 30 64 52   16 6 3 9 14
2011-12 Charlotte AHL   74 16 43 59 67   - - - - -
2012-13 Charlotte AHL   70 25 35 60 40   5 2 2 4 8
  Carolina NHL   3 1 0 1 0   - - - - -
AHL TOTALS   305 92 138 230 206   29 10 9 19 22
NHL TOTALS   3 1 0 1 0   - - - - -
PRO TOTALS   308 93 138 231 206   29 10 9 19 22


Chris Terry
Finished the 2012-13 season as the Checkers' all-time leader in games played (224), goals (75), assists (108) and points (183) ... Also led the team in total power-play assists (52) and power-play points (75) ... Led the Checkers with 16 game-winning goals, including a single-season record of eight in 2012-13 ... Held Checkers single-season records for most goals in a single season (34 in 2010-11) and was tied with Zach Boychuk for most assists in a single season (43 in 2011-12) ... Was the team's all-time leader with 600 shots on goal ... Held the team's all-time record with 12 shootout goals (on 29 chances), including five game-winners ... Did not miss a game due to injury in his first four professional seasons ... Ranked first (two times) or second (two times) on the team in scoring in each of his first four seasons with the Hurricanes' top minor-league affiliate ... Scored three points (2g, 1a) at his first career AHL All-Star Classic on 1/30/12 ... Signed a two-year, two-way contract with Carolina on 7/13/12.


Completed his fourth professional season, all with the Hurricanes' AHL affiliate, and third with the Checkers … Served as an alternate captain … Led the team in goals (25 – t-18th AHL), assists (35), points (60 – t-12th AHL), power-play points (24) and shots on goal (186) … Also tied for first on the team with 10 power-play goals … His eight game-winning goals and three overtime goals, both of which were tied for first in the AHL, set new franchise records for most in a single season … All eight of his game-winners were either scored in the third period or later or put the Checkers ahead in a tie game … Also had one shootout winner that did not count toward his game-winning goal total … Tied for the team lead with 70 games played … Played his first three NHL games, scoring a goal in his debut … Tied for third on the team in playoff scoring with four points (2g, 2a) … Scored a goal, the game-winner, in the Checkers' first game of the season at HOU (10/13) … Scored two goals, including the shorthanded game-winner, as the Checkers came back from a 4-1 deficit to win 6-4 at GR (10/26) … Recorded his second multi-goal game of the season vs. PEO (11/9) … Recorded an assist at SA (11/16), extending his point streak to a season-high seven games (6g, 3a) … Was the only player to score in the shootout with a fifth-round winner at SA (11/18) … Scored his eighth goal of the season and added an assist at NOR (11/21) … Broke a career-long, seven-game scoring drought with an assist at MIL (12/11) … Scored his first goal in over a month and fired five shots on goal at HOU (12/28) … Notched his first two-assist game of the season at SA (12/30) … Scored the game-winning goal in the Checkers' 3-1 win vs. NOR in Raleigh (1/6) … Scored the game-winning goal in overtime at OKC (1/12), giving him goals in three consecutive games (1/6-1/12: 3g, 1a) and points in six straight (12/30-1/12: 3g, 5a) … Recorded his sixth multi-point game of the season with a goal and an assist vs. NOR (1/20) … Scored on two of his six shots on goal for his third multi-goal game of the season vs. ABB (1/25) … Recorded his first three-point game of the season (1g, 2a) and fired a season-high seven shots on goal at OKC (2/1) … Picked up an assist vs. SA (2/9), extending his point streak to five games (1/25-2/9: 3g, 5a). Had five or more shots on goal in all six games … Scored his second overtime goal of the season and added an assist at CHI (2/14) … Tied his season high with three points (2g, 1a) at MIL (2/16), giving him five points in his last two games … Scored the only goal of the game with 4:26 remaining in regulation at ABB (2/23) … Earned his first career NHL recall on 3/8 … Notched the game-winning goal in his NHL debut vs. NJ (3/9) … Returned to Charlotte on 3/15 after scoring one goal in his first three games at the NHL level with Carolina … Scored his third overtime goal and eighth game-winning goal of the season vs. TEX (3/17) … Scored 36 points (15g, 21a) in 32 AHL games between 12/30 and 3/29, scoring at least one point in all but seven games. Had four point streaks of four or more games during that span … Recorded a season-high three assists and a season-high plus-4 rating as the Checkers rallied from a 3-0 deficit with six minutes remaining in regulation to win 4-3 in overtime at PEO (4/16) … Recorded an assist at PEO (4/20) , giving a six-game point streak (4/11-4/20: 1g, 7a) and a 10-game road point streak (2/22-4/20: 4g, 9a) to finish the season. The road point streak tied the longest posted by any AHL player at any time this season … Notched two assists in the Checkers' first playoff game at OKC (4/26), extending his point and road point streaks from the regular season to seven and 11 games, respectively … Scored two power-play goals just 1:28 apart in Game 3 vs. OKC (5/1), one of which held up as the game-winner, marking the fastest two playoff goals by the same player in Checkers playoff history. Terry held the old record of 3:48 set in 2011 … Missed three regular-season games while on NHL recall (3/9-3/13) … Missed three games due to suspension (elbowing: 10/28-11/4) … Longest point streak: 7 games (10/21-11/16: 6g, 3a) … Longest goal streak: 3 games (1/6-1/12: 3g, 1a) … Longest assist streak: 4 games (1/26-2/9: 1g, 5a; 4/13-4/20: 0g, 6a) … Multi-point games: 13 (10/26, 11/9, 11/21, 12/30, 1/11, 1/20, 1/25, 2/1, 2/14, 2/16, 3/6, 3/17, 4/16) … Multi-goal games: 4 (10/26, 11/9, 1/25, 2/16) … Multi-assist games: 3 (12/30, 2/1, 4/16).


Concluded his third professional season, all with the Hurricanes organization ... Led the Checkers with 59 points and a career-high 43 assists and finished fourth on the team with 16 goals ... Finished the season ranked 8th in AHL assists and tied for 21st in AHL scoring ... Ranked second on the team with 201 shots ... Led the team in points (26) and assists (23) on the power play ... Tied for the team lead with three game-winning goals ... Ranked third on the team with a career-high 67 penalty minutes ...Tied for fifth in AHL shootout goals with six in 12 attempts and tied for first in the league with three game winners ... Had three point streaks of five or more games, including two career-best, eight-game streaks that ended 11/30 (2g, 9a) and 1/27 (4g, 11a) ... Picked up an assist in the season opener at NOR (10/7) ...Scored his first two goals of the season, including the game winner, at SA (10/29) ... Served a two-game suspension for charging on 11/11 and 11/12, ending his run as the AHL's active Ironman with 173 consecutive games played ... Notched three assists at NOR (11/23) to extend his point streak to five games ... Scored a goal for the second consecutive game and added an assist vs. MIL (11/27) to extend his point streak to seven games ... Scored his third career shorthanded goal and assed an assist vs. LE (12/4) ... Scored in regulation and added the shootout winner vs. RFD (12/30) ... Had his second multi-goal game of the season vs. GR (1/17) to extend his point streak to three games ... Had four assists at ABB (1/20), setting new personal records and tying team records for most points and assists in a single game ... Recorded four consecutive multi-point games from 1/17 to 1/24 (2g, 8a), extending his overall point streak to six games ... Played in his first AHL All-Star Classic in Atlantic City, NJ, on 1/30, tying game highs with two goals and three points in the Western Conference's 8-7 shootout victory ... Scored the game-winning goal and added an empty-net tally at GR (3/30), extending his point streak to five games ...Posted his third point streak of six or more games with two assists at PEO (3/31).


Completed his second AHL season, ranking first among Charlotte skaters and third in the league with 34 goals... His 34 goals led all AHL Eastern Conference players... Was second on the team in points (64), fifth in assists (30), tied for second in power-play goals (10) and tied for first in shorthanded goals (2)...Skated in all 80 regular-season games for the second consecutive season...Earned his first of three multi-goal games with two goals vs. Portland (11/2)... Netted the game-winning goal in Charlotte...s first AHL home win, vs. Portland (11/3)... Had a seven-game point streak from 11/2-11/11 (5g, 4a)... Earned a season-high three assists vs. Syracuse (12/6)... Totaled 12 points (7g, 5a) in 13 games in March...Skated in all 16 of Charlotte's Calder Cup Playoff games, as the Checkers advanced to the Eastern Conference Final, ranking tied for first on the team with six playoff goals... Was first among Charlotte skaters with four points during the Eastern Conference Final series vs. Binghamton.


Ranked second among Albany skaters in scoring, totaling 47 points (17 goals, 30 assists)...Also ranked second on the team in plus/minus (+12) and was one of two River Rats to play in all 80 regular season games... Scored his first professional goal (and point) in Albany's season opener vs. Manchester (10/3/09)... Played in all eight of Albany's 2010 Calder Cup Playoff games, and was third among Rats skaters six points (2g, 4a).


Completed his junior hockey career in 2009 with 289 points (114g, 175a) and 352 penalty minutes in 253 games with the Plymouth Whalers of the Ontario Hockey League (OHL)... Was teammates with fellow Hurricanes prospects Brett Bellemore and Michal Jordan in Plymouth... Ranks third on Plymouth's all-time scoring list (289 points)... Is third in Plymouth franchise history in assists (175) and fifth in goals (114) and games played (253)...Holds Plymouth's franchise record for consecutive regular-season games played at 168 games (1/5/06-3/16/08)... Was named Plymouth's Rookie of the Year in 2005-06 after tallying nine goals and 19 assists (28 points) in 64 games...Played for Team Ontario at the 2006 World Under-17 Tournament in Regina, Sask, tallying five goals and one assist in five games...Named OHL Academic Player of the Month for October 2006 in the West Division... Ranked fourth among Whalers skaters with 18 points in Plymouth's march to the 2007 OHL championship and berth in the 2007 Memorial Cup...Became the 14th player in Plymouth's history to record a 100-point season, notching 44 goals and 57 assists (101 points) to lead the Whalers in scoring in 2007-08... Represented the Western Conference in the 2008 OHL All-Star Classic in Sault Ste. Marie... Led Plymouth and ranked second in the OHL in scoring with 94 points (39g, 55a) in 53 games in 2008-09... Was the OHL's recipient of the 2008-09 Dan Snyder Memorial Trophy as the league's humanitarian of the year...Was also named the first-ever winner of the Mickey Renaud Captain's Trophy for leadership on and off the ice... Served as Plymouth's team captain and earned the team's MVP, Humanitarian of the Year and Academic Player of the Year awards...Also named a 2008-09 OHL Third Team All-Star... Was the OHL Player of the Month for December 2008 after totaling 15 points (7g, 8a) in 10 games, and for February 2009 with 26 points (10g, 16a) in 10 games...Represented the Western Conference at the 2009 OHL All-Star Classic in Windsor, his second consecutive All-Star appearance...Was named to the Canadian team for the AD T Canada-Russia Challenge but could not play due to illness.