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His Career:
Three Stanley Cup Championships.....  1999-2000: 400th career game 2/21/2000 at New York Islanders....  Three game winning goals....  1998-99: Set career-highs with appearances in 80 games and 14 assists....  Tied for team lead in shorthanded points with four (Lidstrom and Larionov) and was first in shorthanded assists with three....  Seven of 18 points came on game winning goals (1-6-7)....  1997-98: Set career marks in goals (13) and points (23), and then career best in assists (10)....  Had three goals in two games 3/18/98 at Toronto and 3/21/98 at New York Rangers....  Shooting percentage of 13.5% was best on team....  300th NHL game 11/8/98 at Anaheim....  In 1998 Stanley Cup Playoffs, broke a 21 game scoring drought by recording the overtime game winner vs. Washington in Game 2 of the Finals....  Recorded two assists in 5-2 win over St. Louis in Game 4 of Round 2....  Second assist was on Sergei Fedorovs shorthanded goal, a repeat of 1997 when Draper posted a shorthanded assist in Stanley Cup Finals vs. Philadelphia....  1996-97: Set career high in game winning goals (4)....  In 1997 Stanley Cup Playoffs, scored two goals (one shorthanded) and collected game winning assist in Round 1 vs. St. Louis....  1995-96: 3/7 3/14/96 posted career high four-game point streak (2-3-5) which included two game winning assists....  1995: Appeared in 36 games and was plus or even in 30 of those games....  In 1995 Stanley Cup Playoffs, scored dramatic game winning goal with 1:45 remaining in third period vs. Chicago to give Detroit a 2-0 series lead en route to conference championship....  1993-94: First goal as Red Wing 2/12/94 at St. Louis....  First NHL assist came with Detroit 1/27/93 at Chicago....  First goal came in NHL debut for Winnipeg 10/4/90 vs. Toronto....  Played two seasons for Canadian National Team (1988-89 & 1989-90).

His Career Stats

Kris's National Career

Kris's Junior Career

Kris's NHL Career (Regular Season)

Kris's NHL Career (Playoffs)

2003 Men's World Championship