|BIRTHPLACE:||Ottawa, ON, CAN|
|DRAFTED:||NYI: 1992-128 overall|
Goals: 1 (5x: Last, 4-2 at PHX)br>Assists: 1 (4x: Last, 3-31 vs. DAL)br>Points: 1 (9x: Last, 4-2 at PHX)br>+/-: Plus-1 (7x: Last, 4-11 vs. SJ)br>TOI: 14:53 (4-2 at PHX)br>Shots: 4 (11-29 vs. CHI)br>PIM: 17 (2-7 at NJ)br>
THIS SEASON: Scored a goal and played a season-high 14:53 April 2 at Phoenix...Earned 200th point as a King with an assist March 19 at Boston...Scored Jan. 10 vs. New Jersey after missing 13 games (seven with concussion-like symptoms)...Scored his first goal of the season, which was also the game-winning goal, Nov. 29 vs. Chicago.
2007-08: Recipient of the Kings Community Service Award for second consecutive year...Led Kings with plus-4 rating…Set career highs with 77 games played, 63 penalty minutes and 118 shots…Tied career high with two game-winning goals...Tied career high (fourth time in career) with three points (1-2=3) Feb. 15, 2008 vs. Calgary...Notched two assists Feb. 7, 2008 at Detroit...Recorded his 200th career point Jan. 31, 2008 at New York Islanders...Notched two points (1-1=2), including game-winning goal, Jan. 24, 2008 vs. Anaheim...Was a plus-3 Jan. 1, 2008 vs. Chicago... Notched two points (1-1=2) Dec. 10, 2007 vs. Vancouver...Scored first goal of the season and added an assist (1-1=2) Dec. 6, 2007 vs. Buffalo.
2005-06: Tied for third on the club with seven power play goals…Finished third on the club with a face-off winning percentage of 50.7 percent…Finished with seven multiple-point games…Had a plus-4 rating and nine points (2-7=9) in 10 October games...Recorded his 100th NHL point with a goal vs. Calgary on October 23, 2005...Recorded his first career NHL hat trick (in his 239th career NHL game) at Phoenix on December 29, 2005.
2004-05: Suited up for both Geneve-Servette and Rapperswil-Jona of the Swiss Elite League during the lockout.
2003-04: Set a career high with 14 goals…Finished sixth in club scoring with 35 points (in only 57 games; 14-21=35)…Began the season with 10 points (6-4=10) in his first 16 games before suffering a broken ring finger…Returned to the lineup on January 3, 2004, and played in the next 41 games picking up 25 points (8-17=25)…Averaged 17:00 of ice time per game…Won 52 percent of his face-offs…Played his 200th career NHL game at San Jose on March 13, 2004.
2002-03: Began the season with the Kings AHL affiliate in Manchester…Recalled by the Kings on October 19, 2002, and remained with the club for the balance of the season…Tied for third in scoring for the Kings with 38 points (12-26=38)…Finished third on the Kings with 26 assists…Voted as the Unsung Hero award winner by his teammates.
2001-02: Played for Bern of the Swiss Elite League…Tied for the club lead and finished tied for sixth in league scoring with 53 points (17-36=53)…Led his team with 36 assists.
2000-01: Won the John B. Sollenberger award as the American Hockey League’s leading scorer with 101 points (32-69=101)…Also won the Les Cunningham award as the league’s MVP…Named a First Team AHL All-Star…Led the Hartford Wolf Pack in scoring for the third straight season…Led the Wolf Pack and the league with 69 assists.
1999-00: Member of the AHL Calder Cup Champion Hartford Wolf Pack…Won the Jack A. Butterfield trophy as the playoff MVP…Tied for second in playoff scoring and co-led the Wolf Pack in postseason points with 23 (7-16=23)…Led Hartford in regular season scoring for the second straight season and finished third in the league with 82 points (28-54=82)…Selected as the club MVP for the second straight season…Named a Second Team AHL All-Star.
1998-99: Led the Wolf Pack in scoring and finished 11th overall in the AHL with 80 points (29-51=80)…Voted the club MVP by his Hartford teammates…Had five assists vs. Worcester on November 14, 1998…Won the Bauer Canadian Player of the Game honors at the AHL All-Star Game in Philadelphia.
1995-96: Scored his first NHL goal (while skating with the New York Islanders) at
1994-95: Member of the Turner Cup Champion
1993-94: Made his NHL debut with the New York Islanders vs. Florida on April 15, 1994…Finished second in scoring for the Salt Lake City Golden Eagles (IHL) with 58 points (23-35=58) as a first year pro.
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