Dustin Boyd
HEIGHT: 6' 0"
BIRTHDATE: 07/16/1986
DRAFTED: CGY: 2004-98 overall
WHL East First All-Star Team (2006) Traded to Nashville by Calgary for Nashville's 4th round choice (Bill Arnold) in 2010 Entry Draft, March 3, 2010. Traded to Montreal by Nashville with Dan Ellis and future considerations for Sergei Kostitsyn and future considerations, June 29, 2010. Signed as a free agent by Astana (KHL), May 31, 2011.
Led the team in assists (6) and tied for points (7) in preseason ... scored his first goal of the season on the power play on Oct.14 COL 4 @ CGY 5 ... scored the game winning goal on Oct.30 BOS 2 @ CGY 3 ... registered his first career multi-goal game scoring a pair of goals (including the game winner) on Nov.11 TOR 3 @ CGY 4 ... returned after missing five games (upper body injury), and scored the Flames lone goal on Dec.9 CGY 1 @ MTL 4 ... scored the game winning goal on Dec.31 EDM 4 @ CGY 6, giving him nine on the season - a new career high ... played in his 100th career game on Jan.18 CGY 2 @ COL 6 ... scored his first short handed goal of the season on Feb.9 MTL 2 @ CGY 6 ... scored his 10th goal of the season on Feb.19 CGY 3 @ MIN 2 (OT) ... collected a pair of assists for the first time this season on Mar.18 DAL 1 @ CGY 2 ... reassigned to Quad City on April 3, played in five games scoring a pair of goals ... recalled to Calgary on Apr.13
Played in his first career playoff game on Apr.18 CGY 2 @ CHI 3 ... scored his first career playoff goal on Apr.25 CGY 1 @ CHI 5


2007-08: Set career highs in games played (48), goals (7), assists (5), points (12), and PIMS (6) … played in 18 games for the Quad City Flames scoring two goals and adding seven assists ... recalled from Quad City on Nov. 22 ... registered his first point of the season with Calgary adding an assist on Nov. 24 CGY 5 @ COL 2 ... scored his first of the season (GWG) on Dec. 4 STL 1 @ CGY 3 ...

2006-07: Named to the AHL Canadian All-Star Team … tied for the Omaha team lead in scoring with 60 points (28 G, 32 A) … tied for eighth amongst AHL rookies in scoring (60 Points) … tied for third amongst AHL rookies and led Omaha in power-play goals (15) … ranked fourth amongst AHL rookies in shooting percentage (.185) … was ranked as the 34th best prospect in hockey and the second best prospect in the Calgary organization by the 2007 edition of The Hockey News Future Watch … netted his fifth multiple goal game of the season with a pair of tallies on Mar.24 vs. Houston … recorded his seventh three-point night (a goal and two assists) of the year on Mar.10 vs. Grand Rapids … recorded the game-winning goal in a 4-2 Omaha victory over Chicago on Feb.25, the tally marked Boyd’s fourth game-winning goal of the season … recorded three points (1G, 2A) on Feb.8 vs. Houston … returned to Omaha for the remainder of the season on Jan.21 … scored his first NHL goal, a game-winning tally, on Jan.6 vs. Dallas … called up to Calgary for the third time on Jan.4 … returned to Omaha on Dec.30 following his second stint in Calgary … scored his first career NHL point with an assist on a game-winning goal on Dec.19 vs. Los Angeles … earned his second NHL recall of the season on Dec.19 … recorded his fifth three-point night of the season with a goal and two assists on Dec.9 vs. Houston … recorded his second career multiple goal game with a pair of tallies on Nov.17 vs. Milwaukee … recorded the first hat trick of his professional career on Nov.9 in Toronto … sent back to Omaha on Nov.4 after being held scoreless in two games during his first stint with Calgary … made his NHL debut on Nov.1 at Detroit … recorded 13 points (4G, 9A), including three game-winning goals, in nine October games to earn a recall to Calgary on Oct.31… scored his first professional goal on Oct.7 at Milwaukee, the tally held up as the game-winning goal, also added two assists to record the first three-point game of his career … recorded two points (both assists) in his pro debut on Oct.6 at Peoria … PLAYOFFS: played in all six games vs. Iowa, registering one goal and one assist

Captured a gold medal as a member of Team Canada at the 2006 World Junior Hockey Championship, recording six points (4G, 2A) during six appearances at the tournament

Appeared in 265 Western Hockey League games with the Moose Jaw Warriors from 2002 through 2006 ... scored 103 goals with 114 assists for 217 points during his WHL career … was a member of the Western Hockey League (WHL) East First All-Star Team at the conclusion of the 2005-06 season