Ten-Year Tuesdays: Joel Perrault

In advance of the Rampage’s 10th Anniversary season in 2011-12, sarampage.com has selected 26 players from their all-time roster and will feature one player each Tuesday throughout the offseason. Prior to the Rampage’s historic season, fans will have a chance to vote on their starting lineup. The starting lineup will feature: three forwards, two defensemen, one enforcer and one goalie.

This week’s highlighted player is…

Joel Perrault
Height: 6-2
Weight: 202
Birthdate: April 6, 1983
Birthplace: Montreal, Quebec 
Shoots: Right
Drafted: Selected by Anaheim in the 5th round (137 overall) in 2001
Seasons with Rampage: 5 (2005-10)
NHL games played: 96

Totals with Rampage:
Games: 154
Goals: 60 
Assists: 73
Points: 133
Plus/Minus: +3
PIM: 132

At the conclusion of the 2009-10 season, Perrault held several all-time franchise records, including: goals (60) and points (133), which were surpassed this season, and he still holds the franchise record for game-winning goals (15). His eight game-winning goals in 2008-09 is also a franchise record. He was tied with Brett MacLean for all-time franchise power-play goals (22) heading into the 2010-11 season. Perrault is also the longest tenured among Rampage players by number of seasons (5). Perrault is one of 12 Rampage players to produce a hat trick. He was selected to represent the Rampage and Team Canada at the 2008 AHL All-Star Game but was not able to attend due to injury.

Previous week’s highlighted players:
Brett MacLean – forward
David Spina – forward
Francis Lessard – enforcer
Josh Tordjman – goaltender
Sean Sullivan - Defenseman

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