Daniel James Heatley is a National Hockey League player who was born on January 21, 1981 in Germany. He started as an amateur ice hockey player in the Alberta Midget Hockey League playing for the Calgary Buffaloes with which he appeared in 36 games and scored 81 points. He was a Top Scorer during the 1999 Air Canada Cup and was also named as the Tournament MVP. He went on to play for the University of Wisconsin Badgers and was included to the World Collegiate Hockey Association First All-Star team during his first year. He continued to impress hockey fans with his great plays as a winger and was soon drafted to play professionally for the Atlanta Thrashers. He was a second overall pick in the 2000 National Hockey League.
In his first seasons as a pro hockey player, he showed magnificent performances which earned him the 2002 Calder Memorial Trophy as the best rookie in the NHL. After his period of stay with the Thrashers, he joined the Ottawa Senators where he created franchise records for most number of goals in one season and also for most points made. He played left position with Daniel Alfredsson and Jason Spezza and they were called the “Pizza Line” and sometimes the “CASH Line”.
Heatley has played in the World Championships for Team Canada for six times and became the lead pointer all-time and also in terms of goals in Canada. Currently, he plays for the San Jose Sharks.
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