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Chad LaRose

#59 Chad LaRose

Position Right Wing
Height 5'10"
Weight 181
Shoots Right
Born March 27, 1982
Birthplace Fraser, MI
Drafted Undrafted

Career Statistics

        Regular Season   Playoffs
Season Team League   GP G A PTS PIM   GP G A PTS PIM
1999-00 Sioux Falls USHL   54 29 26 55 28   3 0 1 1 0
2000-01 Sioux Falls USHL   24 11 22 33 50   - - - - -
Plymouth OHL   32 18 7 25 24   19 10 10 20 22
2001-02 Plymouth OHL   53 32 27 59 40   6 3 4 7 16
2002-03 Plymouth OHL   67 61 56 117 52   15 9 8 17 25
2003-04 Lowell AHL   36 7 9 16 29   - - - - -
Florida ECHL   41 16 19 35 16   14 3 4 7 20
2004-05 Lowell AHL   66 20 22 42 32   11 3 5 8 10
2005-06 Lowell AHL   23 12 11 25 10   - - - - -
  Carolina NHL   49 1 12 13 35   21 0 1 1 10
2006-07 Carolina NHL   80 6 12 18 10   - - - - -
2007-08 Carolina NHL   58 11 12 23 46   - - - - -
2008-09 Carolina NHL   81 19 12 31 35   18 4 7 11 16
2009-10 Carolina NHL   56 11 17 28 24   - - - - -
2010-11 Carolina NHL   82 16 15 31 59   - - - - -
2011-12 Carolina NHL   67 19 13 32 48   - - - - -
2012-13 Carolina NHL   35 2 2 4 29   - - - - -
   
AHL TOTALS   125 41 42 83 71   11 3 5 8 10
NHL TOTALS   508 85 95 180 286   39 4 8 12 26
PRO TOTALS   633 126 137 263 357   50 7 13 20 36

Biography

Won a Stanley Cup with the Carolina Hurricanes in 2005-06, his first NHL season ... Signed an AHL contract with the Checkers on 7/29/14.

2013-14

Did not play professional hockey.

2012-13

Totaled four points (2g, 2a) in lockout-shortened season.

2011-12

Completed his seventh NHL season with the Hurricanes ... Was third on the team in goals, matching his career high with 19 ... Ranked tied for fifth on the team in scoring (32 points) ... Netted a career-high five game-winning goals, ranking tied for first among Hurricanes in that category ... Was second on the team in hits (131) despite missing 15 games due to injury or illness ... The Hurricanes were 12-3-3 when he scored a goal.

2010-11

Ranked sixth on the Hurricanes in goals (16), skating in a career-high 82 games ... Ranked fourth on the team in hits (196) ... Matched his career high with four points (2g, 2a) and was plus-4 vs. OTT (11/17) ... Surpassed 200 career penalty minutes vs. NJ (2/19) ... Played his 400th career NHL game at WSH (3/29).

2009-10

Established a career, single-season high for assists (17) despite missing 26 games due to injury ... Skated in his 300th career NHL game vs. BOS (1/24) ... Had 18 points (8g, 10a) and was (+13) in the final 21 games of the season after missing seven games with an upper-body injury ... Scored a goal vs. WSH (3/18) for his 100th career NHL point.

2008-09

Ranked tied for first on Carolina in shorthanded goals (2) and second in shorthanded points (4) ... Was tied for third among Hurricanes in games played (81) ... Was fifth on the team in goals (19) and sixth in plus/minus (plus-6) ... Ranked tied for second on the team in playoff scoring (11 points) and was third among Hurricanes in playoff assists (7) ... Beat Martin Brodeur for his first NHL playoff goal in Game 3 vs. NJ (4/19) ... Earned his first career playoff multi-point game with a pair of assists in Game 6 vs. NJ (4/26).

2007-08

Was tied for the team lead in shorthanded points (2) and led all Hurricanes forwards in plus/minus (plus-6) despite playing in only 58 of Carolina's 82 games ... Had points in four of the team's final five games (3/28-4/4: 4g, 2a) after missing 21 games with a broken leg ... Earned his first career hat trick vs. TB (4/2).

2006-07

Ranked fourth on the Hurricanes in shorthanded points with four (2g, 2a) and tied for the team lead in shorthanded goals (2).

2005-06

Led Lowell (AHL) with 14 goals and ranked second with 25 points in 23 games with the Lock Monsters prior to his 12/5 recall ... Made his NHL debut with the Hurricanes and was minus-1 in 13:32 of ice time at ANA (12/6) ... Earned his first NHL point an assist on Erik Cole's goal at LA (12/8) ... Beat Martin Brodeur for his first NHL goal vs. NJ (12/17) ... Was third among Carolina forwards in plus/minus for the season (plus-7) ... Played in 21 of Carolina's 25 playoff games to capture his first Stanley Cup ... Made his NHL playoff debut in Game 1 vs. MTL (4/22) ... Earned his first NHL playoff point with the primary assist on the Justin Williams' shorthanded goal in Game 1 vs. EDM (6/5).

2004-05

Spent the entire season in Lowell, and ranked fifth on the Lock Monsters in scoring with 42 points (20g, 22a) in 66 games… Led team with 10 power-play goals, falling one short of the franchise single-season record… Notched three hat tricks, the only Lowell player to score three goals in a game (11/21, 2/5, 4/17) ... Had a Lowell season-high four points (3g, 1a) vs. Hartford (4/17) ... Lock Monsters were 22-7-0-3 when he recorded at least one point ... Was Lowell's fourth-leading scorer during the Calder Cup Playoffs, tallying eight points (3g, 5a) in 11 postseason contests.

2003-04

Split his first professional season between Lowell (AHL) and Florida (ECHL) ... Recorded seven goals and nine assists (16 points) in 36 AHL games ... Scored 16 goals and had 19 assists (35 points) in 41 ECHL games ... Played in 14 Kelly Cup Playoff games with Florida, notching three goals and four assists (7 points) while accumulating 20 penalty minutes.

International

Represented the United States at the 2002 World Junior Championship in the Czech Republic and the 2007 IIHF World Championship in Russia… Tallied three points (2g, 1a) in seven games for Team USA at the 2007 Worlds.

Junior

Totaled 201 points (111g, 90a) in 152 games over three season with the Plymouth Whalers ... Led Plymouth in goals (61), assists (56), and points (117) in 2002-03, ranking him tied for second in the OHL in goals, third in points, and ninth in assists ... Led the Whalers with 32 goals, ranked second on the team with 59 points and tied for fourth on the team with 27 assists for the 2001-02 season ... Represented the OHL West team at the Canadian Hockey League All-Star Game Series ... Tied for first on Plymouth with three goals and ranked second on the team with four assists in the Whalers' six playoff contests ... For the 2000-01 playoffs, ranked second among Whalers skaters with 10 goals, tied for third with 20 points and fourth with 10 assists while playing in all 19 games ... Totaled 88 points (40g, 48a) in 78 career games with the Sioux Falls Stampede of the USHL.