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Guy Carbonneau Career Stats

Height Weight Position Shoots Born Birthplace
5'11" 186 Center Right 3/18/60 Sept-Iles, Quebec

Junior and Minors
Year Team League GP G A Pts PIM
1976-77 Chicoutimi QMJHL 59 9 20 29 8
1977-78 Chicoutimi QMJHL 70 28 55 83 60
1978-79 Chicoutimi QMJHL 72 62 79 141 47
1979-80 Chicoutimi QMJHL 72 72 110 182 66
1980-81 Nova Scotia AHL 78 35 53 88 87
1981-82 Nova Scotia AHL 77 27 67 94 124

Regular Season Statistics
Year Team GP G A Pts P.I.M.
1980-81 Canadiens 2 0 1 1 0
1982-83 Canadiens 77 18 29 47 68
1983-84 Canadiens 78 24 30 54 75
1984-85 Canadiens 79 23 34 57 43
1985-86 Canadiens 80 20 36 56 57
1986-87 Canadiens 79 18 27 45 68
1987-88 Canadiens 80 17 21 38 61
1988-89 Canadiens 79 26 30 56 44
1989-90 Canadiens 68 19 36 55 37
1990-91 Canadiens 78 20 24 44 63
1991-92 Canadiens 72 18 21 39 39
1992-93 Canadiens 61 4 13 17 20
1993-94 Canadiens 79 14 24 38 48
1994-95 Blues 42 5 11 16 16
1995-96 Stars 71 8 15 23 38
1996-97 Stars 73 5 16 21 36
1997-98 Stars 77 7 17 24 40
1998-99 Stars 74 4 12 16 31
1999-00 Stars 69 10 6 16 36


Playoff Statistics
Year Team GP G A Pts P.I.M.
1982-83 Canadiens 3 0 0 0 2
1983-84 Canadiens 15 4 3 7 12
1984-85 Canadiens 12 4 3 7 8
1985-86 Canadiens 20 7 5 12 35
1986-87 Canadiens 17 3 8 11 20
1987-88 Canadiens 11 0 4 4 2
1988-89 Canadiens 21 4 5 9 10
1989-90 Canadiens 11 2 3 5 6
1990-91 Canadiens 13 1 5 6 10
1991-92 Canadiens 11 1 1 2 6
1992-93 Canadiens 20 3 3 6 10
1993-94 Canadiens 7 1 3 4 4
1994-95 Blues 7 1 2 3 6
1996-97 Stars 7 0 1 1 6
1997-98 Stars 16 3 1 4 6
1998-99 Stars 17 2 4 6 6
1999-00 Stars 23 2 4 6 12

Guy Carbonneau Facts

Has always worn #21 in the NHL except for two games in 80-81.

Named to QMJHL All-Star second team (1979-80).

One of three players for the Chicoutimi Saguenéens to have their numbers retired (including Normand Leveille and Felix Potvin).

Montreal's fourth-round pick in the 1979 Entry Draft (44th Overall).

Co-captain of Montreal Canadiens 1989-90. Captain of Canadiens 1991-92 through 1993-1994.

Member of Montreal Canadiens Stanley Cup championship teams (1986 and 1993).

Acquired by St. Louis from Montreal for Jim Montgomery on 8/19/94.

Acquired by Dallas from St. Louis for Paul Broten on 10/2/95.

Won Frank J. Selke Trophy in 1988, 1989 and 1992.

Played in his 1,000th NHL game on 2/6/96 at St. Louis, becoming the 108th player in NHL history to reach the milestone.

Member of Dallas Stars Stanley Cup championship team (1999).

Injury Log (from The Sporting News, only through 1997): Strained right knee ligaments (October 7, 1989); missed nine games. Broke nose (October 28, 1989). Suffered concussion (October 8, 1990). Fractured rib (January 13, 1992); missed six games. Injured elbow (March 2, 1992); missed one game. Suffered right knee tendinitis (October 1, 1992); missed five games. Broke finger (November 14, 1992); missed three games. Suffered knee tendinitis (February 4, 1993); missed 15 games. Suffered from the flu (February 11, 1994); missed one game. Underwent knee surgery (March 31, 1995); missed six games. Injured groin (October 17, 1995); missed five games. Strained groin (December 8, 1996); missed one game. Bruised forearm (March 31, 1997); missed two games.

During Game 2 of the 1993 Stanley Cup Finals, the L.A. Kings were up 1-0 in the series and were up by a goal near the end of the game. Carbonneau was the player who reported to the referee an illegal curve on Marty McSorley's stick. McSorley went to the box; Montreal scored on the power play. The Habs won the game in O.T., and captured the Stanley Cup in five games.

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