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Shawn McEachern
Shawnmeceachern
Position Left Wing
Shot Left
Height
Weight
5 ft 11 in (1.8 m)
195 lb (89 kg)
Teams Pittsburgh Penguins (19911993)
Los Angeles Kings (1993–94)
Pittsburgh Penguins (19941995)
Boston Bruins (1995–1996)
Ottawa Senators (19962002)

Atlanta Thrashers (20022004)
Boston Bruins (2005–2006)

Nationality Flag of the United States American
Born February 28 1969 (1969-02-28) (age 47),
Waltham, Massachusetts
NHL Draft 110th overall, 1987
Pittsburgh Penguins
Pro Career 1991 – 2006

Shawn McEachern (born February 28 1969, Waltham, Massachusetts) is a retired National Hockey League forward and current assistant coach at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. During his stint a a professional, he tallied 254 goals and 317 assists during a 13-year NHL career with the Boston Bruins, Pittsburgh Penguins, Los Angeles Kings, Ottawa Senators and Atlanta Thrashers. The forward has twice scored over 30 goals in a season, and his best point total came in 2000–2001, when he notched 32 goals and 40 assists for the Ottawa Senators. He won a Stanley Cup Championship in 1992 with the Pittsburgh Penguins. On August 27, 2006, he announced his retirement.

Before entering the NHL, McEachern was a standout player at Boston University and at Matignon High School in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Awards and achievementsEdit






Career statisticsEdit

                                            --- Regular Season ---  ---- Playoffs ----
Season   Team                        Lge    GP    G    A  Pts  PIM  GP   G   A Pts PIM
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1988-89  Boston University           NCAA   36   20   28   48   32  --  --  --  --  --
1989-90  Boston University           NCAA   43   25   31   56   78  --  --  --  --  --
1990-91  Boston University           NCAA   41   34   48   82   43  --  --  --  --  --
1991-92  Pittsburgh Penguins         NHL    15    0    4    4    0  19   2   7   9   4
1992-93  Pittsburgh Penguins         NHL    84   28   33   61   46  12   3   2   5  10
1993-94  Los Angeles Kings           NHL    49    8   13   21   24  --  --  --  --  --
1993-94  Pittsburgh Penguins         NHL    27   12    9   21   10   6   1   0   1   2
1994-95  Pittsburgh Penguins         NHL    44   13   13   26   22  11   0   2   2   8
1994-95  Kiekko-Espoo                FNL     8    1    3    4    6  --  --  --  --  --
1995-96  Boston Bruins               NHL    82   24   29   53   34   5   2   1   3   8
1996-97  Ottawa Senators             NHL    65   11   20   31   18   7   2   0   2   8
1997-98  Ottawa Senators             NHL    81   24   24   48   42  11   0   4   4   8
1998-99  Ottawa Senators             NHL    77   31   25   56   46   4   2   0   2   6
1999-00  Ottawa Senators             NHL    69   29   22   51   24   6   0   3   3   4
2000-01  Ottawa Senators             NHL    82   32   40   72   62   4   0   2   2   2
2001-02  Ottawa Senators             NHL    80   15   31   46   52  12   0   4   4   2
2002-03  Atlanta Thrashers           NHL    46   10   16   26   28  --  --  --  --  --
2003-04  Atlanta Thrashers           NHL    82   17   38   55   76  --  --  --  --  --
2004-05  Malmo IF                    SEL     6    0    1    1   14  --  --  --  --  --
2005-06  Boston Bruins               NHL    28    2    6    8   22  --  --  --  --  --
2005-06  Providence Bruins           AHL    10    2    4    6    6  --  --  --  --  --
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
         NHL Totals                        911  256  323  579  506  97  12  25  37  62

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Preceded by
Ray Ferraro
Atlanta Thrashers captains
200204
Succeeded by
Scott Mellanby

Note: the Thrashers had intended to rotate the captaincy, during the 2002–03 NHL season (among McEachern, Jeff Odgers, Vyacheslav Kozlov and Uwe Krupp). However only McEachern served in the role and management named him as permanent captain in January 2003.

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