- Sport: Olympic Ice Hockey
- Nation: United States of America
- DOB: December 27, 1985
- Hometown: St. Louis, MO
- Career Highlights: The son of Hall of Famer Peter Stastny, Paul has quickly made a name for himself in three NHL seasons, collecting 63 goals
and 185 points in 193 games. He had an outstanding rookie season in 2006-07 with 28 goals and 50 assists, finishing second
to Pittsburgh’s Evgeni Malkin for the Calder Trophy. From Feb. 3-March 17, 2007, Stastny had a 20-game point streak to break
Teemu Selanne’s NHL rookie record of 17 games. A strong sophomore season followed in 2007-08 as the playmaking center tallied
24 goals and 71 points in 66 games, missing 15 due to an appendectomy. A fractured forearm suffered Dec. 23, 2008, forced
Stastny to miss 24 games this past season and contributed to the worst totals of his career (11 goals, 36 points in 45 games).
Although he was born in Canada, Stastny has dual citizenship and represented the United States in the 2007 World Championship,
where he had four goals and eight points in seven games.
- Olympic History: None