TORONTO – The Toronto Maple Leafs traded captain Dion Phaneuf to the rival Ottawa Senators in a blockbuster nine-player deal on Tuesday. Here’s a by-the-numbers look at Ottawa’s new defenceman:
-31 – Phaneuf’s career plus-minus rating with Toronto, according to NHL.com.
0 – Playoff series wins with Toronto. The Leafs lost in the first round in 2013 after squandering a 4-1 third-period advantage in Game 7 versus Boston.
1 – World junior championship medal, won in 2005.
2 – The number Phaneuf will wear with the Senators. He previously sported No. 3 with the Calgary Flames and Toronto, but that number is currently held by Senators defenceman Marc Methot.
3 – All-Star game appearances, twice as a member of the Flames and once as a Leaf.
5- Full seasons as Leafs captain, placing him sixth all-time. The longest-serving captain was George Armstrong, who won four Stanley Cups during his 1957-1969 tenure.
7 – The number of playoff games the Maple Leafs appeared in with Phaneuf as captain.
9 – The Flames selected Phaneuf ninth overall in the 2003 NHL draft.
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12 – Seasons with Canadian-based teams. Phaneuf has never played for a team south of the border.
20 – Goals scored in his rookie season of 2005-06. He has not reached that milestone since.
44 – Total points in 2011-2012, his best offensive season as a Leaf. He notched 12 goals and 32 assists.
60 – Points scored in the 2007-08 season, when he was a finalist for the Norris trophy as best defenceman.
423 – The number of regular-season games Phaneuf played as a Leaf, tied for 55th-most in team history.
1,120 – Total penalty minutes the hard-hitting Phaneuf has piled up over his NHL career.
7 million – Phaneuf’s annual cap hit in US dollars until his contract expires in 2021.
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With files from Global News.