Justin Williams
POSITION: Right Wing
HEIGHT: 6' 1"
BIRTHDATE: 10/04/1981
AGE: 34
DRAFTED: PHI: 2000-28 overall
Conn Smythe Trophy (1)

Goals: 1 (4x: Last, 4-4 vs. PHX)
Assists: 2 (4-4 vs. PHX)
Points: 3 (4-4 vs. PHX)
+/-: Plus-2 (4-4 vs. PHX)
TOI: 21:02 (4-11 vs. SJ)
Shots: 8 (1-19 at TOR)*
PIM: 5 (1-10 at BOS)*
*With Carolina

THIS SEASON: Recorded 14 points overall (4-10=14)...Recorded 10 points with Carolina (3-7-10) and four points with the Kings (1-3=4)...Was 1-for-2 overall in shootouts = 50 percent), and 1-for-1 with the Kings...Appeared in his 500th NHL game April 6 at Calgary...Recorded first three points as a King (1-2=3) April 4 vs. Phoenix...Scored game-deciding shootout goal March 26 at Dallas...Activated from injured reserve and made Kings debut March 20 after missing 15 games (eight with Carolina and seven with the Kings)...Placed on injured reserve with broken hand on Feb. 19...Recorded 200th point as a Hurricane Jan. 20 at Pittsburgh...Recorded two points (1-1=2) Jan. 3 at Tampa Bay...Missed the first 25 games of the season due to an Achilles injury.

LAST SEASON: Completed his seventh NHL season and fourth with Carolina...Recorded 30 points (9-21=30) in 37 games played, missing most of the season with a torn ACL/MCL (43 games)...Recorded two assists Dec. 8, 2007 at Montreal...Of his nine multi-point games eight were on the road...Recorded two assists Dec. 3, 2007 at New York Rangers...Recorded career-high eight penalty minutes Nov. 21, 2007 vs. Philadelphia...Recorded two goals Nov. 12, 2007 at Florida...Recorded two points (1-1=2) Nov. 10, 2007 at Atlanta...Recorded two goals Oct. 27, 2007 at New York Islanders...Recorded two assists Oct. 24, 2007 vs. Buffalo...Had five-game point streak (3-6=9), which lasted from Oct. 9 to Oct. 20, 2007...Recorded two points (1-1=2) and 100th assist as a Hurricane Oct. 19, 2007 at Pittsburgh...Recorded two assists Oct. 13, 2007 at Montreal...Appeared in his 200th game as a Hurricane and recorded three points (1-2=3) Oct. 9, 2007 at Toronto.

TRANSACTIONS: Selected by Philadelphia in the first round (28th overall) in the 2000 NHL Entry Draft...Traded to Carolina by Philadelphia for Danny Markov on Jan. 20, 2004...Signed by Lulea (Sweden) as a free agent on Sept. 21, 2004 (during lockout season)...Signed a five-year contract with Carolina on June 30, 2006.

2013-14: Has played in 212 consecutive regular season games (since Oct. 7, 2011; longest streak on the team)…One of four Kings to play in all 82 games…Two points (1-1=2) in his 800th career game Jan. 9 vs. BOS...Recorded 200th career goal Nov. 30 vs. CGY...Recorded 200th point as a King Nov. 21 vs. NJD...Recorded 500th career point (goal) Oct. 13 at FLA...PPG Oct. 4 at WPG…PLAYOFFS: Awarded the Conn Smythe Trophy as the most valuable player in the playoffs, joining Jonathan Quick (2012) as the only two Kings players to win the award…Had five points in three Game 7 wins, and his 14 points in seven career Game 7s are an NHL record (one better than Doug Gilmour)…Williams' seven Game 7 goals are tied for the NHL record (Glenn Anderson)…Has never lost a Game 7 in which he has played (7-0)…Rankings among NHL skaters were the following: tied for second in points, tied for third in goals, second in assists, first in plus-minus (plus-13), tied for sixth in GWG (two) and tied for eighth in PPG (two)…Points (nine) in a postseason career-long five straight games May 30-June 9 (2-7=9)…Played in his 100th career playoff game May 10 vs. ANA.

2012-13: Points (6-2=8) in seven straight games (March 28-April 7, 2013)...Goals (six) in career high five straight games (March 28-April 4)...Earned 300th career assist March 14, 2013 at SJ...Tied career high with three assists March 5, 2013 vs. STL…Earned 100th assist as a King Feb. 23, 2013 vs. COL...Tied career high with three assists Feb. 5, 2013 at CBJ...PLAYOFFS: Tied for the team lead in goals…Two goals in Game 7 of the Western Conference Semifinals (May 28, 2013 vs. SJ).

2011-12: Led Kings in shots (241) and PPG (nine, tied with Dustin Brown)…Played in 700th career game March 24, 2012 vs. BOS...Points (4-7=11) in nine straight games (Jan. 9-Feb. 1, 2012)...PLAYOFFS: NHL rankings were the following: tied for sixth in points, tied for fourth in assists and tied for eighth in plus-minus (plus-8).

2010-11: At the time of injury (March 21, 2011) his Kings rankings were the following: second in points, fourth in goals, third in assists and second in shots (213)…Points/assists (2-6=8) in five straight games (March 5-13, 2011) – five game assist streak was career high...Earned 400th NHL point March 7, 2011 vs. DAL...Played in 600th career game Jan. 22, 2011 at PHX...Points (7-7=14) in career high 11 straight games (Oct. 23-Nov. 17, 2011)...PLAYOFFS: Tied for club lead in goals.

2009-10: Scored first goal since Dec. 3, 2009 on April 1, 2010 vs. Vancouver...Missed 28 games (Dec. 28, 2009 to March 10, 2010) with a broken leg...Scored game-deciding shootout goal Dec. 10, 2009 vs. Phoenix (eighth round) – his lone shootout attempt of the season...Six points (3-3=6) in five-game span (Dec. 1 to Dec. 9, 2009)...Three points (2-1=3) Dec. 3, 2009 vs. Ottawa...Earned points (5-10=14) in 10 of his first 14 games (Oct. 3 to Nov. 11, 2009)...Earned 200th NHL assist Oct. 14, 2009 at New York Rangers...Three points (1-2=3) Oct. 8, 2009 vs. Minnesota…PLAYOFFS: One assist in three games.

2008-09: Appeared in 500th NHL game April 6, 2009 at Calgary...Recorded first three points as a King (1-2=3) April 4, 2009 vs. Phoenix...Scored game-deciding shootout goal March 26, 2009 at Dallas...Made Kings debut March 20, 2009…Recorded 200th point as a Hurricane Jan. 20, 2009 at Pittsburgh.

2007-08: Earned 100th assist as a Hurricane Oct. 19, 2007 at Pittsburgh...Played in 200th game as a Hurricane Oct. 9, 2007 at Toronto.

Led Carolina with career high 33 goals and eight game-winning goals…Tied for the team lead with 12 power-play goals…Second on Carolina with 258 shots and 20:51 TOI/gm…One of four Hurricanes to play in all 82 games...Appeared in 400th NHL game Feb. 15, 2007 vs. New York Rangers...Recorded two points (1-1=2) at first career NHL All-Star Game (Jan. 24, 2007 at Dallas)…Scored OT game-winner Jan. 16, 2007 at Florida…Earned 100th NHL goal Jan. 9, 2007 at Toronto…Career-high high four-game goal (4g) streak (Dec. 19 to Dec. 26, 2006)…First career hat trick, tied career-high in points (3-1=4) and earned 100th point as a Hurricane Oct. 16, 2006 at Tampa Bay.

Career high 76 points and 45 assists (31-45=76) and played all 82 games…Ranked second on Carolina in goals and points, ranked third on club in assists….70 points (28-42=70) in the final 66 games (Nov. 5, 2005 to April 18, 2006)…Reached 30-goal mark for first time in career…Became third player in Carolina history to score two short-handed goals in one game (April 7, 2006 vs. Washington)…Four points (second of season and career) and career-high three assists (1-3=4) April 3, 2006 vs. Washington…Earned 200th NHL point (assist) March 31, 2006 vs. Florida...Played in 100th game as a Hurricane March 21, 2006 at Toronto…First career four-point game (2-2=4) March 16, 2006 at Montreal…Earned 100th NHL assist Dec. 17, 2005 vs. New Jersey…Career-high nine-game point (6-7=13) streak (Nov. 15 to Dec. 2, 2005)…Recorded two goals (including penalty shot goal) Nov. 20, 2005 vs. Tampa Bay…PLAYOFFS: 18 points (7-11=18) in 25 games, helping Carolina capture the Stanley Cup in seven games vs. Edmonton…Tied for first on Carolina (tied for fourth in NHL) with plus-12 rating…Scored empty-net goal with 1:01 left in third period to seal Carolina's Game 7 victory vs. Edmonton (June 19, 2006)…Three points (1-2=3) in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals vs. Buffalo.

2003-04: Began season with Philadelphia before being traded to Carolina (combined had 44 points, 11-33=44 and 64 penalty minutes in 79 games)…Including totals with Philadelphia, he led all Carolina forwards in assists and a plus-12, while ranking second in points…Tied for first on Philadelphia with plus-10 prior to trade to Carolina…Earned 100th NHL point Nov. 6, 2003 vs. Washington.

2002-03: PLAYOFFS:
Recorded game-winning goal, two assists (1-2=3) and named game's first star in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals vs. Toronto (April 22, 2003)…Flyers lost to Ottawa in the Eastern Conference Semifinals.

2001-02: Won the Pelle Lindbergh Memorial Trophy as the Flyer who had most improved from the previous season…Appeared in the NHL YoungStars Game as part of NHL All-Star Weekend...Had a seven-game point (5-5=10) streak (Jan. 8 to Jan. 19, 2002)…PLAYOFFS: Zero points in five games.

Earned point in first three NHL games, Oct. 5 to Oct. 11, 2000 (1-4=5)…Scored first NHL goal and added two assists in NHL debut Oct. 5, 2000 vs. Vancouver, just one day after his 19th birthday.

Plymouth, OHL…Named Plymouth's Most Gentlemanly Player in 1999-00...Voted Most Improved Player in OHL's Western Conference in 2000 OHL Coaches Poll... Played in 2000 NHL/CHL Top Prospects Game.

Selected by Philadelphia in the first round (28th overall) in the 2000 NHL Entry Draft...Traded to Carolina by Philadelphia for Danny Markov on Jan. 20, 2004...Signed by Lulea (Sweden) as a free agent on Sept. 21, 2004 (during lockout season)...Signed a five-year contract with Carolina on June 30, 2006.

INTERNATIONAL PLAY: Earned gold medal for Team Canada at 2007 World Championships (9 GP, 1-2=3) and 2004 World Championships (9 GP, 0-0=0)…Represented Canada at 2002 World Championships (5 GP, 0-3=3).

PERSONAL: Nickname: Willy…Off-season home: Ventnor, N.J.…Wife: Kelly…Kids: Jaxon (2)…Pets: border collie (Prince)…Favorite movie: Goodwill Hunting…Favorite TV show: Seinfeld…Favorite Actor: Robert De Niro…Favorite band: Counting Crows…Favorite NHL city, other than Los Angeles: Montreal…Favorite magazine: Golf Digest…Favorite sport other than hockey: golf…Favorite hockey moment: winning the Stanley Cup in 2006…Favorite pro athlete: Roger Federer…Favorite hockey player growing up: Wayne Gretzky…Favorite road arena: Bell Centre…Favorite food: Chicken Kiev…Favorite vacation spot: Bahamas…First job: fire watch for welders…Charities: supports Multiple Sclerosis foundations…Helps the environment by: recycling and not littering.