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Shawn Weller (LW)

Stockton Thunder

Name: Shawn Weller
Number: 23
Position: LW
Shoots: L
Height: 6-2
Weight: 205
Birthdate: 1986-07-08
Birth place: Glens Falls, NY


HOW ACQUIRED: From the South Carolina Stingrays in exchange for defenseman Cameron Brodie and future considerations on 1/25/13

DRAFTED: Selected in the third round (77th overall) of the 2004 National Hockey League Entry Draft by the Ottawa Senators

2012-13: Has earned three multi point games, with a season high of two points on three separate occasions with South Carolina … served as team captain for South Carolina …
2011-12: Spent the entire season in AHL with St. John's and Texas, collecting 27 points in 59 games … hit double digits in goals (12) for his second consecutive AHL season … earned an AHL career high 27 points and 15 assists … earned four multi point games ... had a season high seven game scoring streak from Feb. 7-24 ,br> 2010-11: Skated the entire season with Manitoba (AHL) and earned 23 points and 12 goals in 67 games … earned a pair of multi point games during the season … suited up in 10 Calder Cup Playoff games … his first goal in a Moose uniform came on 10/29 at Lake Erie, sparking a rally of five unanswered goals in a 6-3 victory
2009-10: Split the season between the Bakersfield Condors (ECHL) and Abbotsford Heat (AHL) … served as captain of the Condors and posted ECHL career highs in points (46), goals (18) and assists (28) in 42 games … enjoyed 13 multi point games at the ECHL level and tied a career high 4 points on two separate occasions ... recorded a hat trick and four points on 1/16 at Victoria ... earned three assists in his Condors debut on 10/16 vs. Ontario ... selected to the Western Conference team at the ECHL All-Star Game and picked up an assist ... had an AHL season high two gaols on 2/21 at Providence ... earned a season best six game scoring streak with seven points in that span (Feb. 15-26) ... scored a goal in Calder Cup Playoff debut on 4/15 at Rochester ... was acquired by Anaheim on 9/4 from Ottawa in exchange for right wing Jason Bailey
2008-09: Skated in an AHL career high 70 games with the Binghamton Senators and picked up nine points … added a goal and an assist in four games with the Elmira Jackals (ECHL) … collected an AHL season high two points on 1/16 vs. Wilkes-Barre/Scranton ...
2007-08: Split the season between the Binghamton Senators (AHL) and Elmira Jackals (ECHL) … earned 16 points in 59 AHL games and posted nine points in 10 ECHL games … collected an AHL season high two points on 4/13 at Hershey … notched an ECHL career high 4 points (1g-3a) on 11/23 vs. Trenton ... scored first career pro goal with Elmira on 11/16 at Texas ... scored first career AHL goal on 12/28 at Philadelphia
2006-07: Skated in five games with the Binghamton Senators (AHL) and collected four penalty minutes … made pro debut on 4/4 vs. Hershey
COLLEGE: Spent three seasons at Clarkson University (NCAA) and recorded 78 points (36g-42a) in 109 career games ... helped guide the program to the ECAC Tournament championship in 2006-07 ... also represented the United States in the 2005 World Junior Championships (Under-20) ... led Clarkson with a career high 40 points and 19 goals in 39 games as a 2006-07 senior ... was a teammate of former Thunder center Chris D'Alvise

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Regular Season Stats
Season Team GP G A PTS +/- SOG PIM
2012-13 Regular Season Stockton Thunder 19 5 12 17 6 50 17
2012-13 Regular Season South Carolina Stingrays 24 7 8 15 -4 56 24
2009-10 Regular Season Bakersfield Condors 42 18 28 46 14 160 55
2008-09 Regular Season Elmira Jackals 4 1 1 2 -1 11 2
2007-08 Regular Season Elmira Jackals 10 4 5 9 0 37 11
Playoff Stats
Season Team GP G A PTS +/- SOG PIM
2013 Playoffs Stockton Thunder 23 8 3 11 -8 91 30