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Position Defense
Shoots Right
Height
Weight
6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)
205 lb (93 kg/14 st 9 lb)
NLA Team
F. teams
EHC Biel
Montreal Canadiens
Mighty Ducks of Anaheim
Ottawa Senators
Carolina Hurricanes
St. Louis Blues
Florida Panthers
New York Islanders
Minnesota Wild
Nationality 22x20px United States
Born February 14, 1970 (1970-02-14) (age 47),
Duluth, MN, U.S.
NHL Draft 167th overall, 1988
Montreal Canadiens
Pro career 1991 – present

</div></div> Sean Hill (born February 14, 1970 in Duluth, Minnesota) is an American professional ice hockey player. He was most recently a defenseman for the Minnesota Wild in the NHL. He won the Stanley Cup in 1993 with the Montreal Canadiens. For the 2008/09 season he signed a contract with EHC Biel from Swiss National League.

Playing careerEdit

Hill was drafted in the 8th round, 167th overall by the Montreal Canadiens in the 1988 NHL Entry Draft from Wisconsin Badgers and was a member of the United States 1992 Winter Olympic Team. On October 8, 1993, Hill scored the first goal in the history of the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim in a 2-7 loss to the Detroit Redwings. In August 2006 he signed a one year contract with the Islanders.

SuspensionEdit

On April 20, 2007, Hill became the first player to be suspended for abusing the performance enhancing substance policy the NHL and NHLPA have put in place. Hill began the mandatory 20 game suspension in Game 5 of the Islanders' Eastern Conference Quarter-Final versus the Buffalo Sabres. The Islanders lost the game and were eliminated from the playoffs. Islanders General Manager Garth Snow said that he supported the league's decision to suspend Hill.[1] Hill, who was signed by the Minnesota Wild as a free agent in July 2007, would be required to sit out the first 19 games of the 2007/08 season without pay. In July, Hill passed both a lie detector test and independent drug test regarding his substance abuse.[citation needed] In a statement, the Wild said, "We believe Sean did not knowingly take any banned performance-enhancing substance."[2] Hill returned to the lineup on November 21, 2007, after completing the 20-game suspension.[2]

Career statisticsEdit

    Regular Season   Playoffs
Season Team League GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM
1987-88Duluth East GreyhoundsHS24101727------------
1988-89University of WisconsinNCAA452232569----------
1989-90University of WisconsinNCAA4214395378----------
1990-91University of WisconsinNCAA37193251122----------
1990-91Montreal CanadiensNHL----------10000
1990-91Fredericton CanadiensAHL----------30222
1991-92Fredericton CanadiensAHL42720276571346
1991-92Montreal CanadiensNHL----------41012
1992-93Fredericton CanadiensAHL613410----------
1992-93Montreal CanadiensNHL312685430004
1993-94Mighty Ducks of AnaheimNHL687202778----------
1994-95Ottawa SenatorsNHL451141530----------
1995-96Ottawa SenatorsNHL807142194----------
1996-97Ottawa SenatorsNHL50004----------
1997-98Ottawa SenatorsNHL131126----------
1997-98Carolina HurricanesNHL4205548----------
1998-99Carolina HurricanesNHL540101048----------
1999-00Carolina HurricanesNHL6213314459----------
2000-01St. Louis BluesNHL4811011511501112
2001-02St. Louis BluesNHL2303328----------
2001-02Carolina HurricanesNHL4972330612344820
2002-03Carolina HurricanesNHL8252429141----------
2003-04Carolina HurricanesNHL8013263984----------
2005-05DNP — LockoutNHL--------------------
2005-06Florida PanthersNHL782182080----------
2006-07New York IslandersNHL811242511040000
2007-08Minnesota WildNHL3427928
NHL Totals87562236298100450551038
AHL Totals 48 8 23 0 75 10 1 5 6 8
NCAA Totals 124 35 94 129 269 -- -- -- -- --

ReferencesEdit

  1. "Islanders' Hill suspended 20 games" (2007). Retrieved on 2007-11-26.
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Defenseman Hill returns from suspension for Wild" (2007). Retrieved on 2007-11-26.

External linksEdit

ru:Хилл, Шон

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