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ETHAN MOREAU

#18

LEFT WING

BORN: SEPT 22, 1975

HUNTSVILLE, ON

HEIGHT: 6' 2"

WEIGHT: 211 LBS

SHOOTS: LEFT

          Chicago's 1st pick in the 1994 Entry Draft (14th Overall).

          Traded to Edmonton along with Christian Laflamme, Dan Cleary, and Chad Kilger for Boris Mironov, Dean McAmmond and Jonas Elofsson, March 20, 1999.

          In the 2006 NHL playoffs, Moreau demonstrated game in game out his dedication and leadership abilities on ice. Moreau and the Cinderella Oilers would take the league by surprise en route to the Stanley Cup Finals. After a hard fought seven-game series however, the Oilers were defeated by the Carolina Hurricanes.

          On October 6, 2006 Moreau was re-signed for 4 years by the Edmonton Oilers.

          Named 12th Team Captain in Oilers’ history October 2, 2007.

 

 OILERS' STATS:

SEASON:

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

 1998-99

14

1

5

6

8

 1999-00

73

17

10

27

62

 2000-01

68

9

10

19

90

 2001-02

80

11

5

16

81

 2002-03

78

14

17

31

112

2003-04

81

20

12

32

96

2005-06

74

11

16

27

87

2006-07

7

1

0

1

12

2007-08

25

5

4

9

39

2008-09

77

14

12

26

133

 TOTAL:

577

103

91

194

720

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PLAYOFFS:

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

 1998-99

4

0

3

3

6

 1999-00

5

0

1

1

0

 2000-01

4

0

0

0

2

 2001-02

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 2002-03

6

0

1

1

16

2003-04

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2005-06

21

2

1

3

19

2006-07

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2007-08

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2008-09

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TOTALS:

40

2

6

8

43

 

 

 

Following a brief stint with the Hawks in 1995-96, Moreau showed signs of promise by scoring 15 goals, 31 points and registering 123 minutes in penalties in 1996-97, however, his play leveled off after that. Chicago sent him to the Edmonton Oilers late in the 1988-99 season, after only parts of three seasons with the club.

 

 

Upon his arrival with the Oilers, Moreau saw increased ice-time and his offensive numbers showed. In 1999-00, he equaled at the time his career high for goals with 17, bettering that total in 2003-04 with 20 and since his arrival has emerged as one of the team leaders.

 

 

During the lock out year, Moreau played 16 games for EC Vilacher of the Austria league scoring 16 points in as many games. His return to the NHL in 2005-06 saw the Oilers assistant captain notched 27 points. In the 2006 NHL playoffs, Moreau demonstrated game in game out his dedication and leadership abilities on ice. Moreau and the Cinderella Oilers would take the league by surprise en route to the Stanley Cup Finals. After a hard fought seven-game series however, the Oilers were defeated by the Carolina Hurricanes.