45. Andrew Brunette

After playing nine seasons in the NHL (Washington, Nashville, Atlanta, and Minnesota), Andrew Brunette signed as a Free Agent with the Colorado Avalanche in for the 2005-06 Season.  The Left Wing had already proven to be an adequate scorer, and in his first season in the Rocky Mountains, he secured a 63 Point Season, on par of what Colorado was hoping for him.

Brunette would exceed that level with the best year of his career.  In 2006-07, he would post a career-best of 27 Goals, 56 Assists, and 83 Points.  In his last season with the Avalanche, he had 59 Points.  He resigned back with the Wild after that season.

Brunette would accumulate 205 Points, with a Point per Game Average of .83 PPG, which was higher than he would have with any of the other teams he played for.

The Bullet Points

  • Position: Left Wing
  • Acquired: Signed as a Free Agent 8/6/05.
  • Departed: Signed as a Free Agent with the Minnesota Wild 7/1/08.
  • Games Played: 246
  • Notable Statistics: 70 Goals, 135 Assists, 205 Points, 98 PIM, .83 PPG, +6 Plus/Minus, 20.9 Point Shares, 17 Points in 19 Playoff Games
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