Owen Nolan: By the numbers

Owen Nolan: By the numbers
February 8, 2012, 12:48 am
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Some notable facts and figures regarding former Sharks captain Owen Nolan, who announced his retirement from professional hockey during a press conference at HP Pavilion on Tuesday.

NEWS: Emotional Nolan hangs up skates
1st overall pick in 1990 draft (Quebec Nordiques)

Oct. 4, 1990: Makes his NHL debut at age 18 years, 234 days, the youngest player in NordiquesAvalanche history to do so

Oct. 12, 1991: Records his first NHL hat trick at age 19 years, 242 days; only member of NordiquesAvalanche to do so at a younger age: Joe Sakic (19 years, 107 days)

Dec. 19, 1995 at Anaheim: Became the first (and only) Sharks player to score four goals in a game

Oct. 4, 1999 vs. Blackhawks: Set (and still holds) Sharks single-game record with six points (3g, 3a)

1999-00: Became the first Sharks player to record a 40-goal season, finishing second in the NHL with 44 (Pavel Bure led the league with 58)

1999-00: Led the NHL with 18 power play goals

1999-00: Most points by a Sharks player (84) who had 100 penalty minutes (110 PIM)

Second all-time on Sharks with 934 penalty minutes (Jeff Odgers, 1,001)

Five-time NHL All-Star (four times with the Sharks)

Recorded a hat trick in 1997 All-Star Game at San Jose, the first two of which were an All-Star game record eight seconds apart; scored Wests only goal (his called shot against Dominik Hasek) in the third period in an 11-7 loss

2002 Olympic Gold Medalist with Team Canada

March 5, 2003: Traded to Toronto by San Jose for Alyn McCauley, Brad Boyes and Toronto's first round choice (later traded to Boston) in 2003 Entry Draft

March 10, 2009 at Minnesota (with Wild): Scored his 400th NHL goal against the Sharks, including the game-tying goal with 2:06 left in regulation; the game-tying goal was also his 20th of that season and it was his 10th and final season with 20 goals

10 career 20 goal seasons

Six career 30 goal seasons

Two career 40 goal seasons
Darin Stephens contributed to this report.

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