Dave Dziurzynski is sometimes thought of as an enforcer because of his 6'3" frame carrying 220 pounds, but he's more of an energy player who plays like a third-liner. As a matter of fact, he has 8 goals and 20 points in 42 AHL games this season, with 73 penalty minutes, marking his fifth 20-point season in six years with the Binghamton Senators, the one missing the mark being his 14 points in just 39 games in 2014-15.
In 14 games with the Ottawa Senators this year, he has a goal and 4 points.
And yet, he's mostly remembered for getting knocked out by the Toronto Maple Leafs' Fraser McLaren, a 6'5", 250-pound behemoth whose sole purpose on the ice is to inflict damage on other people's faces - on the day that his little brother, Darian Dziurzynski, signed his entry-level contract with the Phoenix Coyotes, no less.
It's with card #593 from Panini's 2013-14 Score set and Hot Rookies and Dual Rookie Class sub-sets, which he signed in blue sharpie, that I can mark him down as #59 in my Sens Numbers Project: