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{{for|the professor|Doug Lynch (academic)}}
 
{{Infobox Ice Hockey Player
 
{{Infobox Ice Hockey Player
| position = [[Defenceman]]
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| image = Doug Lynch 171109.jpg
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| image_size = 200px
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| position = [[Defenceman (ice hockey)|Defence]]
 
| shoots = Left
 
| shoots = Left
 
| height_ft = 6
 
| height_ft = 6
 
| height_in = 3
 
| height_in = 3
 
| weight_lb = 214
 
| weight_lb = 214
| team = [[Vienna Capitals]]
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| team = [[EC Red Bull Salzburg]]
 
| league = [[Austrian Hockey League|EBEL]]
 
| league = [[Austrian Hockey League|EBEL]]
 
| former_teams = [[Edmonton Oilers]]
 
| former_teams = [[Edmonton Oilers]]
| nationality = {{flagicon|CAN}} [[Canadian]]
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| nationality = CAN
 
| birth_date = {{Birth date and age|1983|4|4|mf=y}}
 
| birth_date = {{Birth date and age|1983|4|4|mf=y}}
| birth_place = [[North Vancouver]], [[British Columbia|BC]], [[Canada|CAN]]
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| birth_place = [[North Vancouver, British Columbia|North Vancouver]], [[British Columbia|BC]], [[Canada|CAN]]
 
| career_start = 2003
 
| career_start = 2003
 
| draft = 43rd overall
 
| draft = 43rd overall
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| draft_team = [[Edmonton Oilers]]
 
| draft_team = [[Edmonton Oilers]]
 
}}
 
}}
'''Doug Lynch''' (born April 4, 1983 in [[North Vancouver]], [[British Columbia]]) is a professional [[ice hockey]] defenceman currently playing for [[Vienna Capitals]] in the [[Austrian Hockey League]].
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'''Douglas Lynch''' (born April 4, 1983) is a professional [[ice hockey]] [[defenceman]] currently playing for [[EC Red Bull Salzburg]] in the [[Austrian Hockey League]].
   
 
==Playing career==
 
==Playing career==
 
He was selected by the [[Edmonton Oilers]] in the second round, 43rd overall in the [[2001 NHL Entry Draft]]. Lynch spent parts of five seasons in the [[Western Hockey League]], the majority of them coming with the [[Red Deer Rebels]], who (although taking him as a forward from Bantam) utilized him as a physical defenceman. After a breakout second full season, he was drafted by the Oilers, who had obtained the pick from the [[Boston Bruins]] as part of the [[Bill Guerin]] trade. Lynch finished his junior career with the [[Spokane Chiefs]] before graduating to professional hockey.
 
He was selected by the [[Edmonton Oilers]] in the second round, 43rd overall in the [[2001 NHL Entry Draft]]. Lynch spent parts of five seasons in the [[Western Hockey League]], the majority of them coming with the [[Red Deer Rebels]], who (although taking him as a forward from Bantam) utilized him as a physical defenceman. After a breakout second full season, he was drafted by the Oilers, who had obtained the pick from the [[Boston Bruins]] as part of the [[Bill Guerin]] trade. Lynch finished his junior career with the [[Spokane Chiefs]] before graduating to professional hockey.
   
During his tenure with the Oilers organization, Lynch spent the majority of his time with the [[Toronto Roadrunners|Toronto]] and [[Edmonton Road Runners]] of the [[American Hockey League]], although he did see a brief [[National Hockey League|NHL]] stint during the 2003–2004 season. He was named to the 2003–04 AHL All-Rookie team, and played in the All-star game.
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During his tenure with the Oilers organization, Lynch spent the majority of his time with the [[Toronto Roadrunners|Toronto]] and [[Edmonton Roadrunners]] of the [[American Hockey League]], although he did see a brief [[National Hockey League|NHL]] stint during the 2003–2004 season. He was named to the 2003–04 AHL All-Rookie team, and played in the All-star game.
   
On August 3, 2005, he was traded to the [[St. Louis Blues (hockey)|St. Louis Blues]] with [[Eric Brewer (ice hockey)|Eric Brewer]] and [[Jeff Woywitka]] in exchange for [[Chris Pronger]]. He never played a game for the Blues, instead having spells with the AHL's [[Peoria Rivermen]] and the [[ECHL]]'s [[Alaska Aces (ECHL)|Alaska Aces]]. In 2007, Lynch signed with Austrian side Red Bull Salzburg.
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On August 3, [[2005]], he was traded to the [[St. Louis Blues (hockey)|St. Louis Blues]] with [[Eric Brewer (ice hockey)|Eric Brewer]] and [[Jeff Woywitka]] in exchange for [[Chris Pronger]].<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.cbc.ca/sports/story/2005/08/03/pronger050802.html|title=Oilers swing trade for Pronger | publisher =CBC | date = 2005-08-03 | accessdate = 2008-10-23}}</ref> He never played a game for the Blues, instead having spells with the AHL's [[Peoria Rivermen]] and the [[ECHL]]'s [[Alaska Aces (ECHL)|Alaska Aces]]. In 2007, Lynch signed with Austrian side Red Bull Salzburg.
 
==Awards==
 
*[[2003–04 AHL season|2003–04]] [[American Hockey League|AHL]] All-Rookie Team
 
   
 
==Career statistics==
 
==Career statistics==
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|- ALIGN="center" bgcolor="#f0f0f0"
 
|- ALIGN="center" bgcolor="#f0f0f0"
| [[1999–00 WHL season|1999–00]]
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| [[1999–2000 WHL season|1999–00]]
 
| Red Deer Rebels
 
| Red Deer Rebels
 
| WHL
 
| WHL
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| —
 
| —
 
| —
 
| —
|- ALIGN="center"
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|- ALIGN="center" bgcolor="#f0f0f0"
 
| 2002–03
 
| 2002–03
 
| [[Spokane Chiefs]]
 
| [[Spokane Chiefs]]
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| 1
 
| 1
 
| 16
 
| 16
|- ALIGN="center" bgcolor="#f0f0f0"
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|- ALIGN="center"
 
| [[2003–04 AHL season|2003–04]]
 
| [[2003–04 AHL season|2003–04]]
 
| [[Toronto Roadrunners]]
 
| [[Toronto Roadrunners]]
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|- ALIGN="center"
 
|- ALIGN="center"
 
| [[2004–05 AHL season|2004–05]]
 
| [[2004–05 AHL season|2004–05]]
| [[Edmonton Road Runners]]
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| [[Edmonton Roadrunners]]
 
| AHL
 
| AHL
 
| 74
 
| 74
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| —
 
| —
 
| —
 
| —
|- ALIGN="center" bgcolor="#f0f0f0"
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|- ALIGN="center"
 
| [[2005–06 ECHL season|2005–06]]
 
| [[2005–06 ECHL season|2005–06]]
 
| [[Alaska Aces (ECHL)|Alaska Aces]]
 
| [[Alaska Aces (ECHL)|Alaska Aces]]
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| 4
 
| 4
 
| 10
 
| 10
|- ALIGN="center"
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|- ALIGN="center" bgcolor="#f0f0f0"
 
| [[2006–07 AHL season|2006–07]]
 
| [[2006–07 AHL season|2006–07]]
 
| Peoria Rivermen
 
| Peoria Rivermen
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| —
 
| —
 
| —
 
| —
|- ALIGN="center" bgcolor="#f0f0f0"
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|- ALIGN="center"
 
| 2007–08
 
| 2007–08
 
| [[EC Red Bull Salzburg]]
 
| [[EC Red Bull Salzburg]]
 
| [[Austrian Hockey League|EBEL]]
 
| [[Austrian Hockey League|EBEL]]
| 60
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| 45
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| 9
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| 19
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| 28
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| 65
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| 15
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| 3
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| 5
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| 8
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| 14
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|- ALIGN="center" bgcolor="#f0f0f0"
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| 2008–09
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| [[Vienna Capitals]]
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| EBEL
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| 52
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| 13
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| 16
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| 29
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| 58
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| 12
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| 1
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| 6
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| 7
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| 26
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|- ALIGN="center"
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| [[2009-10 Austrian Hockey League season|2009–10]]
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| EC Red Bull Salzburg
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| EBEL
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| 42
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| 9
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| 21
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| 30
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| 58
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| 18
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| 5
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| 2
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| 7
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| 16
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|- ALIGN="center" bgcolor="#f0f0f0"
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| [[2010-11 Austrian Hockey League season|2010–11]]
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| EC Red Bull Salzburg
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| EBEL
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| 44
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| 7
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| 21
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| 28
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| 44
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| 15
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| 1
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| 6
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| 7
 
| 12
 
| 12
| 24
 
| 36
 
| 79
 
| —
 
| —
 
| —
 
| —
 
| —
 
 
|- bgcolor="#e0e0e0"
 
|- bgcolor="#e0e0e0"
 
! colspan="3" | NHL totals
 
! colspan="3" | NHL totals
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! —
 
|}
 
|}
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==Awards and honours==
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! Award
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! Year
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|- ALIGN="center" bgcolor="#e0e0e0"
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| colspan="3" | [[American Hockey League|AHL]]
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|-
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| All-Rookie Team
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| [[2003-04 AHL season|2004]]
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|}
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==References==
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{{reflist}}
   
 
== External links ==
 
== External links ==
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[[Category:Born in 1983]]
 
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[[Category:Alaska Aces players]]
 
[[Category:Alaska Aces players]]
 
[[Category:Canadian ice hockey players]]
 
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[[Category:Edmonton Oilers draft picks]]
 
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[[Category:Red Deer Rebels alumni]]
 
[[Category:Red Deer Rebels alumni]]
 
[[Category:Spokane Chiefs alumni]]
 
[[Category:Spokane Chiefs alumni]]
[[Category:Toronto Roadrunners player]]
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[[Category:Toronto Roadrunners players]]
[[Category:Vienna Capitals player]]
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Revision as of 13:28, December 8, 2011

Doug Lynch
Doug Lynch 171109
Position Defence
Shoots Left
Height
Weight
6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)
214 lb (97 kg)
EBEL Team
F. Teams
EC Red Bull Salzburg
Edmonton Oilers
Nationality CAN
Born April 4 1983 (1983-04-04) (age 37),
North Vancouver, BC, CAN
NHL Draft 43rd overall, 2001
Edmonton Oilers
Pro Career 2003 – present

Douglas Lynch (born April 4, 1983) is a professional ice hockey defenceman currently playing for EC Red Bull Salzburg in the Austrian Hockey League.

Playing career

He was selected by the Edmonton Oilers in the second round, 43rd overall in the 2001 NHL Entry Draft. Lynch spent parts of five seasons in the Western Hockey League, the majority of them coming with the Red Deer Rebels, who (although taking him as a forward from Bantam) utilized him as a physical defenceman. After a breakout second full season, he was drafted by the Oilers, who had obtained the pick from the Boston Bruins as part of the Bill Guerin trade. Lynch finished his junior career with the Spokane Chiefs before graduating to professional hockey.

During his tenure with the Oilers organization, Lynch spent the majority of his time with the Toronto and Edmonton Roadrunners of the American Hockey League, although he did see a brief NHL stint during the 2003–2004 season. He was named to the 2003–04 AHL All-Rookie team, and played in the All-star game.

On August 3, 2005, he was traded to the St. Louis Blues with Eric Brewer and Jeff Woywitka in exchange for Chris Pronger.[1] He never played a game for the Blues, instead having spells with the AHL's Peoria Rivermen and the ECHL's Alaska Aces. In 2007, Lynch signed with Austrian side Red Bull Salzburg.

Career statistics

Regular season Playoffs
Season Team League GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM
1998–99 Red Deer Rebels WHL 3 0 1 1 2
1999–00 Red Deer Rebels WHL 65 9 5 14 57 4 0 0 0 5
2000–01 Red Deer Rebels WHL 72 12 37 49 181 21 1 9 10 30
2001–02 Red Deer Rebels WHL 71 21 27 48 202 22 5 4 9 12
2002–03 Red Deer Rebels WHL 13 7 5 12 27
2002–03 Spokane Chiefs WHL 42 6 12 18 129 4 1 0 1 16
2003–04 Toronto Roadrunners AHL 74 11 25 36 77 3 0 1 1 2
2003–04 Edmonton Oilers NHL 2 0 0 0 0
2004–05 Edmonton Roadrunners AHL 74 1 13 14 109
2005–06 Peoria Rivermen AHL 29 0 2 2 57
2005–06 Alaska Aces ECHL 8 1 1 2 2 22 0 4 4 10
2006–07 Peoria Rivermen AHL 59 1 2 3 60
2007–08 EC Red Bull Salzburg EBEL 45 9 19 28 65 15 3 5 8 14
2008–09 Vienna Capitals EBEL 52 13 16 29 58 12 1 6 7 26
2009–10 EC Red Bull Salzburg EBEL 42 9 21 30 58 18 5 2 7 16
2010–11 EC Red Bull Salzburg EBEL 44 7 21 28 44 15 1 6 7 12
NHL totals 2 0 0 0 0

Awards and honours

Award Year
AHL
All-Rookie Team 2004

References

  1. Oilers swing trade for Pronger. CBC (2005-08-03). Retrieved on 2008-10-23.

External links

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