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BOBBY ALLEN #25
Defense
Born: Nov 14, 1978
Braintree, MA
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 205 lbs
Shoots: Left
Boston's 2nd pick in the 1998 Entry Draft (52nd Overall).
Traded to Edmonton in exchange for D Sean Brown, March 19, 2002.
 CURRENT STATUS: In Minors

 
Bobby Allen #25
 OILERS' STATS:
 REGULAR SEASON STATS:
 SEASON:
GP
G
A
PTS
PIM
 2002-03
1
0
0
0
0
 2003-04*
1
0
0
0
0
 TOTAL:
1
0
0
0
0
 PLAYOFF STATS:
GP
G
A
PTS
PIM
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* Stats updated through December 16, 2003.
2001-02: Began season with the Providence Bruins before being acquired by the Edmonton Oilers organization and assigned to Hamilton ...tallied 1G-6A-7Pts in 10 games with Hamilton ...prior to joining the Bulldogs, played in 49 games with Providence registering 5G-10A-15Pts ...played in 14 playoff games for Hamilton and had 3 assists along with 6 PIM ...Assigned to Toronto (AHL) December 16, 2003.
Career Highlights: In 2000-01 helped lead Boston College to an NCAA Championship ...also in 2001 was named to the Hockey East First All-Star Team & NCAA East First All-American Team ...was a Hockey East Second Team All-Star in 2000 ...during career at Boston College posted totals of 25G-85A-110Pts in 167 games played.
Other Accomplishments: Hockey East First All-Star Team (2001) ...NCAA East First All-American Team (2001) ...Hockey East Second All-Star Team (2000).
Scouting Report (from TSN):
Assets: Has untapped offensive potential and good NHL size. Is a better-than-average skater for the defense position.
Flaws: Must reduce the number of mistakes in the defensive zone in order to play regularly in the NHL. Should learn to use the body more effectively.
Career potential: Allen was once upon a time hopeful of playing for his hometown team, the Bruins, before a trade sent him to Western Canada. Nevertheless, he should be a better fit in Edmonton and could emerge as a major sleeper.
Preseason projected role: Will vie for a roster spot along the Oilers blueline in 2002-03. He should have a better NHL opportunity in Edmonton than with the Bruins.