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Mark Recchi

46-Year-Old Right Wing – Free Agent

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2014-15 Fantasy Hockey Outlook

There was no outlook written for Mark Recchi in 2014-15. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.

SHOOTS: Left   HT: 5' 10"   WT: 195   DOB: 2/1/1968   BORN: Kamloops, British Columbia   DRAFTED: 4th Rd, #67 Overall in 1988   Show ContractHide Contract

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Mark Recchi Contract Information:

Signed a one-year contract extension with the Bruins in June of 2010. The deal is believed to be for $1 million with possible incentives.

June 15, 2011  –  Mark Recchi News

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Recchi announced on Wednesday night that he will indeed retire after 23 seasons in the NHL.

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Mark Recchi NHL Stats
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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 37 83 28 36 64 -36 68 199 14.1 3 0 13 0 13
2006-07 38 82 24 44 68 1 62 190 12.6 3 0 14 0 14
2007-08 39 72 14 34 48 -18 32 121 11.6 0 0 7 0 7
2008-09 40 80 23 38 61 -18 22 129 17.8 3 0 16:47 6 19 25 3:17 104 27
2009-10 41 81 18 25 43 4 34 152 11.8 2 0 17:03 8 5 13 2:40 84 22
2010-11 42 NHL BOS 81 14 34 48 13 35 132 10.6 6 0 16:06 6 11 17 3:30 81 25

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Mark Recchi: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

Recchi plans to retire no matter the outcome of Wednesday’s winner-take-all contest between the Bruins and Canucks, ESPNBoston.com reports.

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Recchi set up three goals in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final on Monday.

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Recchi potted two more goals in Monday's blowout win over the Canucks.

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Recchi lit the lamp in the second frame of Saturday's Game 2 against Vancouver, scoring on a deflection of teammate Zdeno Chara's hard shot. In doing so, he became the oldest player to score a goal in Stanley Cup Finals history.

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Heading into the Stanley Cup Finals, Recchi has acknowledged that he is prepared to retire if the Bruins take their series against Vancouver.

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Recchi will not play in Sunday's regular season finale against the Devils, the Bruins' official site reports.

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Recchi took Monday off for personal reasons, Bruins' official site reports.

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Recchi was not at practice Monday, the Boston Globe reports.

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Recchi scored a goal and added two assists in Saturday's win over the Avalanche.

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Recchi had a pair of assists in Tuesday's win over Carolina.

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Recchi scored the game-winning goal Tuesday against Tampa Bay with just 20 seconds in regulation. He also added an assist.

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Recchi notched the overtime winner Tuesday against Buffalo.

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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks

2014-15

There was no outlook written for Mark Recchi.

2010-11

The ageless (actually he's 42) Recchi only missed one game in 2009-10 and that was the regular-season finale when the Bruins had clinched a playoff spot. The veteran winger finished up with a respectable total of 18 goals and 43 points, while continuing to spark the team with his leadership. Look for more of the same in 2010-11.

2009-10

Recchi, who scored 10 goals and six assists in 18 games with the Bruins last season after coming over from Tampa Bay at the trade deadline, proved that he still has the guile to get it done at a high level at age 41. He'll give it another go with a Bruins' team that could contend for the Cup this coming season, at a very reasonable cap rate. His 2008-09 numbers (23 goals, 61 points in 80 games) should be approachable this coming season, which gives him some value in deeper leagues.

2008-09

Old-man Recchi entered his fourth decade this past February. Not that there's anything wrong with 40-year-olds, of course. It's just that his role this season will be "specialized" (think special teams) with other duties (think third line) as required. Your format will dictate if a guy like him has any value -- don't spend based on the name without checking his pension card first.

2006-07

Recchi, 38, still has something left in the tank, as evidenced by his role in getting Carolina a drink from Lord Stanley's Cup last year. But on a young team like Pittsburgh, his defensive deficiencies are magnified. Fantasy owners need to ask whether his points production (57 points in 63 games) is worth his terrible plus/minus rating (minus-28).

2005-06

Rumors of Recchi's demise were greatly exaggerated prior to the 2003-04 year. The former Penguins' fourth-round choice in the 1988 Entry Draft totaled 75 points (26/49) and played in all of the Flyers' 82 games. Only five players tallied more than Recchi's 14 power-play goals. He'll likely continue piling up points with the man-advantage in Pittsburgh.