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Bobby Butler

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#15

  • DOB: 4/26/1987
  • Ht: 6-0
  • Wt: 188
  • Hometown: Marlborough, MA

Career Notes:   2017-18:  Led Milwaukee club in goals (24) and finished second on team in points (45)…Posted 100th career AHL assist 4/10 vs. Chicago...Skated in five games for Team USA at Winter Olympics…Notched 200th career AHL point with a goal 2/6 vs. Manitoba, in his last game before Winter Olympics...Netted 100th goal of his AHL career 12/31 @ Grand Rapids...2016-17:  Tied for fourth on Nizhny Novgorod team in assists (a combined 14, between Zagreb Medvescak and Nizhny Novgorod)...Joined Nizhny Novgorod from Zagreg Mevescak 12/26...2015-16:  Tied for fourth among MODO (SweHL) skaters in goals (10) and tied for fifth on team in points (19)...2014-15:  Led San Antonio skaters in points (59) and goals (27)...Named to Western Conference squad for 2015 AHL All-Star Classic, but was unable to participate...2013-14:  Tops on San Antonia team in points (47) and goals (22)...His first Florida point was an assist in 3-2 win vs. Dallas 4/6...Made Florida debut 4/4 vs. Calgary...2012-13:  Helped Team USA to bronze medal at World Championships (3-1-4 in 8 GP)...Had second-most goals (16), tied for second-best +/- (+11) and fifth-most points (27) on Albany club...His first Nashville point was an assist 3/17 @ Edmonton...Scored his first Nashville goal 4/12 vs. Dallas...Made Nashville debut in 6-0 win vs. Edmonton 3/8...Registered his first points with New Jersey with 1-1-2 vs. Pittsburgh 2/9 (Second Star in 3-1 win)...Made New Jersey debut 2/3, in 3-0 win @ NY Islanders...Recalled from Albany by New Jersey 2/1, and spent balance of season in NHL...Skated for Eastern Conference in 2013 AHL All-Star Classic in Providence, notching one assist in All-Star Game 1/28 (7-6 loss to Western Conference)...2011-12:  Tied NHL career high with four-game point-scoring streak (1-5-6), 2/9-2/15...2010-11:  Won Calder Cup with Binghamton, leading AHL rookies in playoff goals (13) and points (17) and finishing third overall in league in postseason goals...Had second-most playoff goals among Binghamton skaters...Finished third on Binghamton team in regular-season goals (22)...Had his second three-game NHL goal-scoring streak of season (3-3-6) 4/5-4/9, as part of NHL career-high four-game point streak (3-4-7) 4/2-4/9...Struck for his first NHL multiple-goal game 2/23 vs. Florida, with two tallies in 5-1 Ottawa victory...Scored in three straight games (3-2-5) for Ottawa 2/12-2/18, for his first career NHL point-scoring streak...Notched 1-1-2 in 5-3 win @ Edmonton 2/12, for first career NHL points...Named MVP of 2011 AHL All-Star Game 1/31 in Hershey, after tallying 1-3-4 for Eastern Conference in 11-8 win over Western Conference...2009-10:  Had two shots on goal in pro debut with Ottawa 4/1 vs. Carolina (4-3 shootout win)...Earned Hockey East Player of the Year honors...Led U. New Hampshire skaters in points (53) and goals (29)...Finished second in Hockey East in goals and tied for second in points...2008-09:  Had third-most assists (21), and tied for third in points (30), on U. New Hampshire (H.E.) squad...2007-08:  Finished fourth on U. New Hampshire (H.E.) team in goals (14)...Transactions: Signed AHL contract with Milwaukee 8/10/17...Signed with Zagreb Medvescak (KHL) 8/17/16...Signed with MODO (SweHL) 7/15/15...Traded to Florida by Nashville for T.J. Brennan 6/14/13...Claimed by Nashville off waivers from New Jersey 3/4/13...Signed with New Jersey as free agent 8/9/12...Signed as free agent with Ottawa 3/29/10.

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