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#2

Troy Rutkowski

Defenseman

Shoots:
Right
Height:
6'2
Weight:
199
Birthdate:
Apr 29, 1992
Hometown:
Statistics
Regular Season
Season Team GP G A PTS +/- PIM
2012-13 Regular Season Portland Winterhawks 72 20 46 66 32 43
2011-12 Regular Season Portland Winterhawks 72 13 32 45 17 37
2010-11 Regular Season Portland Winterhawks 72 10 37 47 24 65
2009-10 Regular Season Portland Winterhawks 71 12 31 43 13 70
2008-09 Regular Season Portland Winter Hawks 64 6 9 15 -22 32
Total 351 61 155 216 64 247
Playoffs
Season Team GP G A PTS +/- PIM
2013 WHL Playoffs Portland Winterhawks 21 4 10 14 9 14
2012 WHL Playoffs Portland Winterhawks 22 1 9 10 10 10
2011 WHL Playoffs Portland Winterhawks 21 4 9 13 5 16
2010 WHL Playoffs Portland Winterhawks 13 4 3 7 6 8
Total 77 13 31 44 30 48
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Career

2011-12: Played all 72 games for the second straight season, setting a career-high with 13 goals and adding 32 assists for 45 points…Tied for 17th in scoring among WHL defensemen…Has missed only one game in the last three seasons, and only nine in his four-year career…Posted 11 multi-point games on the season, including two three-point games…Scored five power play goals and two game-winning goals…Scored one goal and dished out nine assists for 10 points in the playoffs…His lone goal was the game-winner in Game 2 of the first round series against Kelowna…His 10 postseason points were fifth among all WHL defensemen…Enters the 2012-13 season tied for seventh in team history in games played (279) and 10th in career scoring among defensemen (150 points)…Tied for first in team history with Joe Morrow for postseason games played (56)…Tied for eighth in team history for points among defensemen (30).

Career: Ranked second among Winterhawks defensemen and set a career-high with 47 points (10 goals, 37 assists) in 2010-11…Ranked 16th among WHL defensemen in scoring…Had nine multi-point games… Ranked second among Winterhawks defensemen with 13 points in 21 playoff games…Had a goal and two assists in Game 2 of the first round series against Everett…Had two points in both Games 1 and 4 of the WHL Final vs. Kootenay…Selected in the fifth round, 137th overall by the Colorado Avalanche in the 2010 NHL Entry Draft, but did not sign…Missed only one game all season in 2009-10, and that was to play in the Top Prospects Game…Set then career-highs with 12 goals and 31 assists for 43 points in 2009-10…Registered six goals and nine assists for 15 points in 64 games in his 2008-09 rookie season…Made his debut Sept. 20/08 vs. Spokane, and registered his first point with an assist against Spokane on Oct. 10/08…Notched his first goal on Oct. 22/08 at Saskatoon; the tally was also the game-winner.