14. Jamie Langenbrunner

14. Jamie Langenbrunner

In his eighth season in the National Hockey League, Right Wing Jamie Langenbrunner was traded from his first team, the Dallas Stars, to the New Jersey Devils. The Minnesotan won a Stanley Cup with Dallas in 1999, and the on-ice leader was set to the same with the Devils.

 

Langenbrunner was traded with Joe Nieuwendyk, and the two helped take New Jersey to another Cup win in 2003.  He had a then-high 55 Points that year, and he led all skaters in Goals (11) and Points (18) in those playoffs.  After an injury-riddled 2003-04, Langenbrunner had at least 60 Points three times for New Jersey, providing his share of offensive power to New Jersey. The Right Wing was traded back to Dallas during the 2010-11 Season. 

With the Devils, Langenbrunner had 385 Points in 564 Games.

The Bullet Points

  • Position: Right Wing
  • Acquired: Traded from the Dallas Stars with Joe Nieuwendyk for Jason Arnott, Randy McKay, and New Jersey's 2002 1st Round Pick (which was traded to Columbus, who traded it to Buffalo, who took Daniel Pallie) 3/18/02
  • Departed: Traded to the Dallas Stars for Dallas’ 2011 3rdRound Pick (which would be Blake Coleman) and Future Considerations 1/6/11.
  • Games Played: 564
  • Notable Statistics:

    142 Goals
    243 Assists 
    385 Points 
    415 PIM 
    .68 PPG 
    +33 Plus/Minus 
    40.7 Point Shares 
    50 Points in 68 Playoff Games

  • Played For: New Jersey Devils
  • Major Accolades and Awards:

    Stanley Cup Champion (2003)

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