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Cory Stillman (born December 20, 1973 in Peterboroughmarker, Ontariomarker) is a professional ice hockey player and alternate captain currently playing for the Florida Panthers of the National Hockey League.

Playing career

Stillman grew up in Peterborough, Ontario playing hockey for the Minor Petes (OMHA) program. He also played competitive baseball. In 1989–90, Stillman played for the Peterborough Roadrunners Jr.B. (MTJHL) hockey club before being a 2nd round choice (27th overall) of the Windsor Spitfires in the 1990 Ontario Hockey League Priority Selection.

Stillman started his professional career in 1992, when he was drafted sixth overall in the first round by the Calgary Flames. Stillman was tried on both wings, and was quoted saying he liked the left side better but he can play right wing easily if needed. During the 2000–2001 season, Stillman was traded to the St. Louis Blues where he played for three seasons. At the 2003 entry draft, he was traded to Tampa Baymarker where he helped the Lightning win the Stanley Cup in June 2004.

During the free agent signing period following the end of the 2004–2005 NHL lockout, Stillman agreed to a three year contract with the Carolina Hurricanes on August 2, 2005. There, his team also won the Stanley Cup. He became the first player since Claude Lemieux to win consecutive Cups with different teams and the sixth overall to do so.

On Feb.11, 2008, Stillman waived his no-trade clause so that the Hurricanes could trade him along with Mike Commodore to the Ottawa Senators for Patrick Eaves and Joe Corvo.

On July 1, 2008, Stillman signed a 3 year deal worth $10.6-million with the Florida Panthers.

Trivia

His father-in-law is former AHL player Bud Stefanski. Stefanski is currently GM & Coach of the Mississauga St. Michael's Majors of the OHL.

Awards



Career statistics

    Regular season   Playoffs
Season Team League GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM
1989–90 Peterborough Petes OJHL-B 41 30 54 84 76
1990–91 Windsor Spitfires OHL 64 31 70 101 31 11 3 6 9 8
1991–92 Windsor Spitfires OHL 53 29 61 90 59 7 2 4 6 8
1992–93 Peterborough Petes OHL 61 25 55 80 55 18 3 8 11 18
1993–94 Saint John Flames AHL 79 35 48 83 52 7 2 4 6 16
1994–95 Saint John Flames AHL 63 28 53 81 70 5 0 2 2 2
1994–95 Calgary Flames NHL 10 0 2 2 2
1995–96 Calgary Flames NHL 74 16 19 35 41 2 1 1 2 0
1996–97 Calgary Flames NHL 58 6 20 26 14
1997–98 Calgary Flames NHL 72 27 22 49 40
1998–99 Calgary Flames NHL 76 27 30 57 38
1999–00 Calgary Flames NHL 37 12 9 21 12
2000–01 Calgary Flames NHL 66 21 24 45 45
2000–01 St. Louis Blues NHL 12 3 4 7 6 15 3 5 8 8
2001–02 St. Louis Blues NHL 80 23 22 45 36 9 0 2 2 2
2002–03 St. Louis Blues NHL 79 24 43 67 56 6 2 2 4 2
2003–04 Tampa Bay Lightning NHL 81 25 55 80 36 21 2 5 7 15
2004–05 DNP — Lockout
2005–06 Carolina Hurricanes NHL 72 21 55 76 32 23 9 16 25 12
2006–07 Carolina Hurricanes NHL 43 5 22 27 24
2007–08 Carolina Hurricanes NHL 55 21 25 46 14
2007–08 Ottawa Senators NHL 24 3 16 19 10 4 2 0 2 2
2008–09 Florida Panthers NHL 63 17 32 49 37
NHL totals 902 251 400 651 443 82 19 32 51 43
OHL totals 178 85 186 271 145 36 8 18 26 34
AHL totals 142 63 101 164 122 12 2 6 8 18


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