|Born:||December 27, 1981||Draft:||2001 Flyers #95 Overall|
|Known For:||3x Stanley Cup||Shoots:||Right|
Patrick Sharp (born December 27, 1981) is a Canadian former professional ice hockey player who played 15 seasons in the National Hockey League (NHL) for the Philadelphia Flyers, Chicago Blackhawks and Dallas Stars. After his retirement as a player, Sharp joined NBC Sports as an analyst.
Sharp played collegiate hockey at the University of Vermont before he was drafted by the Flyers in 2001. He began his NHL career with the Flyers organization but was traded to the Blackhawks in 2005. He became a three-time Stanley Cup champion with the Blackhawks in 2010, 2013, and 2015. He was later traded to the Stars in 2015, where he spent two seasons before returning to the Blackhawks in 2017. Sharp also represented the Canadian national team at the 2014 Winter Games, where he won an Olympic Gold medal.
Patrick Sharp Statistics
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- Patrick Sharp’s Legacy With the Chicago Blackhawks
- Revisiting The Patrick Sharp Trade: A Full House Beats a Pair
- Philadelphia Flyers’ Forgotten Ones
- Blackhawks Memories: Stanley Cup Brings Out the Jerks
- Three-time Stanley Cup Champion with the Blackhawks (2010, 2013, 2015)
- Olympic Gold Medal (2014)
- NHL All-Star Game (2011)
- NHL All-Star Game MVP (2011)
- World Championship Silver Medal (2008)
- AHL All-Star Game (2005)
- AHL Calder Cup Champion (2005)
- NCAA (ECAC) All-Rookie Team (2001)
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