Peter Schaefer (ice hockey)


Peter Schaefer (ice hockey)

Infobox Ice Hockey Player


image_size =
team = Boston Bruins
former_teams = Ottawa Senators
Vancouver Canucks
league = NHL
position = Left Wing
shoots = Left
height_ft = 6
height_in = 0
weight_lb = 187
nickname =
nationality = CAN
birth_date = birth date and age|1977|07|12
birth_place = Yellow Grass, SK, CAN
draft = 66th overall
draft_year = 1995
draft_team = Vancouver Canucks
career_start = 1998

Peter Schaefer (born July 12, 1977 in Yellow Grass, Saskatchewan, Canada) is a Canadian ice hockey left winger, currently playing for the Boston Bruins of the National Hockey League. He was drafted by the Vancouver Canucks in the 1995 NHL Entry Draft. As a second-line, two-way forward, hockey fans refer to Schaefer as a player for defensive playing style.

Playing career

Schaefer was first traded to the Senators in 2002 for Sami Salo of the Vancouver Canucks.

After an Eastern Conference championship, with a Stanley Cup loss to the Anaheim Ducks in five games, Schaefer was traded to the Boston Bruins on July 17, 2007. Bryan Murray, the team's general manager, admitted Schaefer requested a trade on a couple of occasions during the season, and Schaefer was not as productive in scoring as his role as a two-way forward should have. He was traded for gritty forward Shean Donovan, this trade provided more salary cap room for the Senators. [http://www.sportsnet.ca/hockey/article.jsp?content=20070717_100156_5248]

Peter has a younger brother, Nolan Schaefer, who is a goaltender for the Houston Aeros as part of the Minnesota Wild organization.

Awards and achievements

*1995–96: CHL First All-Star team
*1995–96: WHL East First All-Star team
*1996–97: CHL First All-Star team
*1996–97: Four Broncos Memorial Trophy (WHL MVP)
*1996–97: WHL East First All-Star team

Career statistics

ee also

*List of NHL seasons
*List of WHL seasons
*List of current NHL players

External links

*hockeydb|19344|Peter Schaefer

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DATE OF BIRTH= 1977–07–12
PLACE OF BIRTH= Yellow Grass, SK, CAN
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