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With 44 days left until the regular season starts up again, let’s take a look at a former Calgary Flames player with that number.
Since the start of August, we’re counting down the number of days left until the regular season starts up again! Everyday until the start of the season, we’ll be talking about a Calgary Flames player whose number correlates with how many days there are left.

Yesterday we talked about a player who hasn’t been playing in the NHL anymore, but he’s still playing overseas in Austria. So we may be seeing him at the Olympics, with NHL players not being able to go. But yes, we’re talking about #45 Jamie Lundmark.

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Today, let’s look at a player who was drafted before I was even born. With 44 days left until the regular season starts up again, let’s look at #44 Rob Niedermayer.

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Who is Rob Niedermayer?
Name: Robert Wade Niedermayer Jr.

Birth place: Cassiar, BC, Canada

Position: C

Shoots: Left

Birthdate: 1974-12-28

Height: 6’2” / 188 cm

Weight: 93 kg / 204 lbs

Drafted by: Florida Panthers, 5th Overall 1993

Stats with all NHL teams, regular season:
NHL Standard career statistics
Scoring Goals Assists Shots Ice Time
Season Age Tm Lg GP G A PTS +/- PIM EV PP SH GW EV PP SH S S% TSA TOI ATOI FOW FOL FO% BLK HIT TK GV Awards
1993-94 19 FLA NHL 65 9 17 26 -11 51 6 3 0 2 8 9 0 67 13.4
1994-95 20 FLA NHL 48 4 6 10 -13 36 3 1 0 0 4 2 0 58 6.9
1995-96 21 FLA NHL 82 26 35 61 1 107 15 11 0 6 23 12 0 155 16.8
1996-97 22 FLA NHL 60 14 24 38 4 54 11 3 0 2 16 7 1 136 10.3
1997-98 23 FLA NHL 33 8 7 15 -9 41 3 5 0 2 6 1 0 64 12.5
1998-99 24 FLA NHL 82 18 33 51 -13 50 11 6 1 3 23 10 0 142 12.7 1745 21:17
1999-00 25 FLA NHL 81 10 23 33 -5 46 9 1 0 4 15 8 0 135 7.4 1545 19:04
2000-01 26 FLA NHL 67 12 20 32 -12 50 8 3 1 0 14 5 1 115 10.4 1373 20:30 Selke-34
2001-02 27 CGY NHL 57 6 14 20 -15 49 3 1 2 1 12 2 0 87 6.9 1027 18:01
2002-03 28 TOT NHL 66 10 12 22 -10 57 7 3 0 1 8 4 0 125 8.0 1128 17:05
2002-03 28 CGY NHL 54 8 10 18 -13 42 6 2 0 1 6 4 0 104 7.7 944 17:29
2002-03 28 MDA NHL 12 2 2 4 3 15 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 21 9.5 184 15:21
2003-04 29 MDA NHL 55 12 16 28 -6 34 6 6 0 2 13 3 0 111 10.8 1071 19:28
2005-06 31 MDA NHL 76 15 24 39 -5 89 10 4 1 2 12 12 0 140 10.7 1358 17:52
2006-07 32 ANA NHL 82 5 11 16 -8 77 5 0 0 0 11 0 0 106 4.7 1365 16:39
2007-08 33 ANA NHL 78 8 8 16 1 54 7 0 1 1 6 0 2 111 7.2 179 1382 17:43 23 46 33.3 28 61 33 45 Selke-18
2008-09 34 ANA NHL 79 14 7 21 -17 42 12 1 1 2 7 0 0 88 15.9 136 1230 15:34 26 42 38.2 42 64 23 30
2009-10 35 NJD NHL 71 10 12 22 3 45 9 0 1 0 10 1 1 93 10.8 141 1194 16:49 478 467 50.6 24 83 22 19 Selke-32
2010-11 36 BUF NHL 71 5 14 19 -8 22 5 0 0 1 14 0 0 80 6.3 121 906 12:46 129 147 46.7 21 37 14 23
8 yrs FLA NHL 518 101 165 266 -58 435 66 33 2 19 109 54 2 872 11.6 4663 20:17
3 yrs MDA NHL 143 29 42 71 -8 138 17 11 1 4 27 15 0 272 10.7 2613 18:16
3 yrs ANA NHL 239 27 26 53 -24 173 24 1 2 3 24 0 2 305 8.9 421 3977 16:38 49 88 35.8 70 125 56 75
2 yrs CGY NHL 111 14 24 38 -28 91 9 3 2 2 18 6 0 191 7.3 1971 17:45
1 yr NJD NHL 71 10 12 22 3 45 9 0 1 0 10 1 1 93 10.8 141 1194 16:49 478 467 50.6 24 83 22 19
1 yr BUF NHL 71 5 14 19 -8 22 5 0 0 1 14 0 0 80 6.3 121 906 12:46 129 147 46.7 21 37 14 23
Career 17 yrs NHL 1153 186 283 469 -123 904 130 48 8 29 202 76 5 1813 10.3 2018 15324 17:43 656 702 48.3 115 245 92 117
Data courtesy Hockey-Reference.com.

Rob Niedermayer, as we can see with these stats above, had quite the long career. It did start off slow in his first couple of seasons after being drafted by the Florida Panthers, but he finally picked things up in the 1995-96 season. He set a career high in both goals and points and it would for the rest of his career be the highest. He had 26 goals and 61 points that year which was second on the Panthers in both categories.

And what happened that year? The Panthers made it to the Stanley Cup Finals for the first time in franchise history (and they have yet to reach that point again). Unfortunately, they were swept in the finals, but nonetheless, they were conference champs.

Unfortunately for Niedermayer, he suffered a concussion the following season and he would never fully recover to his full potential. He may have played over a thousand NHL games, but he never reached that career high he achieved then. Which is very unfortunate because he was still in his early twenties when he was dealing with head injuries.

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Niedermayer was traded to the Calgary Flames in 2001 during the off-season before the 01-02 season would start, but he would only spend about a year and a half with the club. He managed 38 points in 111 games with the team. The following season on March 11th 2003, he was traded to Anaheim (they were the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim at the time). That year, the Ducks also made it to the Stanley Cup Finals (but no Cup). Actually, in those finals, he played against his brother, Scott Niedermayer. Man, that must have been a tough choice for their parents, hey?

They became the first brother duo to play against each other in the Stanley Cup Finals since 1946. Well, it’s a good thing that it’s so rare because if I was a parent of two brothers against each other in the Finals, my head would explode.

Rob stayed with the team for over five years.

Now, if I’m good at math, that means he stayed with them for at least until the 2008-09 season… which means… Oh! That’s right! He’s a Stanley Cup Champion. The Anaheim Ducks (they decided that Ducks aren’t mighty and changed their franchise name) won the cup in 2007. But something else happened just a couple of seasons before.

If you hear the name “Niedermayer”, his brother’s name is usually who most people think of first, like I mentioned above. Scott Niedermayer was drafted two years prior to his brother, and in 2005, he signed with the Ducks as a free agent. Looks like they don’t have to stress their parents out anymore! They would now be playing for the same team. And something else neat, but they would end up winning the Cup together in 2007.

They also became the first brother duo to win the Stanley Cup together since Brent and Duane Sutter in 1982 (and 83). Phew, I’m glad that one’s more common than playing against each other.

Rob went on to play for the New Jersey Devils, the Buffalo Sabres, and even a team in Switzerland, before he finally decided to hang up his skates in 2012.

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