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Trevor Daley

31-Year-Old Defenseman – Chicago Blackhawks

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Daley has to be pinching himself right about now. Already coming off a career year in Dallas in which he delivered 13 goals and 38 points in 68 games, Daley is now a member of the defending Stanley Cup champs and will toil as a power-play specialist, just like the departed B...

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STATUS:  Out    INJURY:  Hip    EST. RETURN:  9/1/2015
SHOOTS: Left   HT: 5' 11"   WT: 195   DOB: 10/9/1983
BORN: Toronto, Ontario   DRAFTED: 2nd Rd, #43 Overall in 2002   Show ContractHide Contract

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Signed a six-year, $19.8 million contract extension with the Stars in December 2010. Traded to the Blackhawks in July 2015.

July 14, 2015  –  Trevor Daley News

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Daley (hip), who was traded to the Blackhawks on Friday, said he'll be ready for the start of training camp, CSN Chicago reports.

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Season Age League Team GP G A Pts +/- PIM SOG SH% GWG SHG TOI/G G A Pts TOI/G Hits BS
2005-06 21 81 3 11 14 -2 87 91 3.3 1 0 0 0 0
2006-07 22 74 4 8 12 2 63 68 5.9 1 0 0 0 0
2007-08 23 82 5 19 24 -1 85 87 5.7 1 0 0 0 0
2008-09 24 75 7 18 25 2 73 104 6.7 2 0 21:59 0 1 1 1:22 30 98
2009-10 25 77 6 16 22 3 25 107 5.6 2 0 22:11 2 3 5 1:41 36 131
2010-11 26 NHL DAL 82 8 19 27 7 34 131 6.1 1 0 22:29 2 3 5 1:56 32 124
2011-12 27 NHL DAL 79 4 21 25 3 42 134 3.0 2 0 21:39 1 5 6 2:10 45 115
2012-13 28 NHL DAL 44 4 9 13 1 14 58 6.9 0 0 21:25 2 1 3 2:12 27 69
2013-14 29 NHL DAL 67 9 16 25 10 38 107 8.4 3 0 21:09 1 3 4 1:30 42 98
2014-15 30 NHL DAL 68 16 22 38 -13 34 113 14.2 2 2 22:53 6 6 12 2:45 29 123
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2013-14 21:09 1:30
2014-15 22:53 2:45

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The Stars traded Daley (hip) and forward Ryan Garbutt to the Blackhawks on Friday in exchange for forward Patrick Sharp and defenseman Stephen Johns.

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Daley underwent hip surgery last Thursday and is expected to require three-to-four months of recovery time, Mike Heika of the Dallas Morning News reports.

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Daley recorded an assist and went plus-1 in Monday's 5-1 win over the Sharks.

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Daley returned to the lineup Saturday, collecting two assists in 24:19 of ice time in Saturday's win over Vancouver.

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Daley (knee) will return to the lineup Saturday against the Canucks, Elliott Pap of the Vancouver Sun reports.

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Daley (knee) isn't expected to return to the lineup Friday against the Oilers.

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Daley (knee) could be ready to play at some point during the Stars' three-game road trip that begins Wednesday in Calgary, NHL.com's Mark Stepneski reports.

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Daley (knee) skated on his own prior to Tuesday's practice, Mike Heika of the Dallas Morning News reports.

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Coach Lindy Ruff announced Thursday that Daley (lower body) will miss the next two-to-four weeks, Mike Heika of the Dallas Morning News reports.

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Daley, who absorbed a knee-on-knee hit Tuesday against the Islanders, could be out for "weeks," according to coach Lindy Ruff, the Dallas Morning News reports.

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Daley exited Tuesday's game against the Islanders with a lower-body injury.

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Daley scored his 16th goal of the season and had an assist in Saturday's 7-6 loss to Detroit.

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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks

2015-16

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2014-15

The 2013-14 season proved that Daley is tough as nails and still has quite a bit of juice left in the tank. He recorded a career-high nine goals, added 16 assists and delivered a plus-10 rating. Daley came alive in a big way at the end of the year and that bled over into the playoffs where he scored two goals and three assists through six games. With the departure of Stephane Robidas and Aaron Rome, Daley will shoulder a little extra responsibility, including a likely gig on the first pairing with Alex Goligoski. He gets a bit of power play time, but also sees a significant amount of time on the penalty kill which could hinder his production. He'll turn 31 this season, but he's got a place as a 30-point, depth defenseman in many fantasy leagues.

2013-14

Daley's name was believed to be dangled in trade talks during the summer, but all signs point to him remaining a Star for another season. The slick-skating defenseman remains stuck in neutral from a point-production standpoint, having recorded between 22 and 27 points in each of the past five seasons (last year's 13 points in 44 games would fit the same mold as well). He'll continue in his role as one of Dallas' main blueliners, alternating between the top and second pair on any given night. But don't expect a major offensive outburst at this point.

2012-13

Daley continues to tease with occasional end-to-end rushes up the ice, showcasing elite speed from a blueliner, but his overall numbers tend to disappoint at years' end if you only just see the highlight reel. He's settled into the 25-30 point range and rarely sees time on anything above the second power play unit.

2011-12

Daley will be a big part of Dallas' future after signing a six-year deal last December, and has proven to be a reliable 25-point/22-minute per game blueliner the past several seasons. He's really nothing more than that, despite a smoothness on the ice that would seem to indicate more offense is possible.

2010-11

Daley has settled into the 25-point range, posting seasons of 24, 25 and 22 points the past three seasons. His speed and puck-moving game would seem destined to result in more offense, but it's never translated to such at the NHL level. He won't get a ton of time on the man advantage with Stephane Robidas and Brad Richards manning the point on the first unit.

2009-10

Daley continued to see limited time on the power play despite Sergei Zubov missing virtually the entire season, often yielding to Stephan Robidas and either Mike Modano or Brad Richards on the point. He managed a respectable seven goals and 18 assists in 75 games, but had just one point on the power play all season. He remains a solid puck-mover, but doesn't see much time with the man advantage.

2008-09

A lot has been expected of Daley after a junior career that featured loads of offense from the blue line, but Daley has failed to produce in that role in the NHL. An injury to Philippe Boucher opened the door a bit, but Matt Niskanen's quick emergence limited Daley's PP ice time again. He posted a modest career high 24 points, but he's unlikely to repeat that.

2007-08

Daley hasn't shown the dazzling offensive prowess he displayed during his junior days, but he remains a solid defenseman on the penalty kill. Daley won't see time on the power play, limiting his offense to around 15 points a season.

2006-07

Given a vote of confidence in the form of a two-year deal this offseason, Daley is expected to return primarily in a penalty-killing and puck-moving role on the Dallas blueline. Offensive skills from the minors haven't translated to the NHL, and a deep Dallas blueline won't give Daley much of a chance on a power play unit.

2005-06

Major offensive upside here if he breaks camp with the Stars. Excellent skater and puck handler, he's the future of the Dallas power play along with Shawn Belle. Daley could see significant time on the power play unit this season, so watch his role this camp.