Los Angeles Kings
Los Angeles Kings
Alec Martinez
POSITION: Defenseman
HEIGHT: 6' 1"
BIRTHDATE: 07/26/1987
AGE: 29
BIRTHPLACE: Rochester Hills, MI, USA
DRAFTED: LAK: 2007-95 overall
First NHL game: Oct. 3, 2009 vs. Phoenix
First NHL goal: Nov. 24, 2010 at Montreal
First NHL assist: Dec. 4, 2010 vs. Detroit
Most points, game: 2, 2x’s (Last: March 24, 2011 vs. San Jose)
Most goals, game: 1, 5x’s (Last: March 15, 2011 at Nashville)
Most assists, game: 2, March 24, 2011 vs. San Jose
Longest point streak: 3, Jan. 8 to Jan. 13, 2011: 0-3=3
Longest goal streak: 1, 5x’s (Last: March 15, 2011: 1g)
Longest assist streak: 3, Jan. 8 to Jan. 13, 2011: 3a
Career power-play goals: 1, Nov. 24, 2010 at Montreal 
Career short-handed goals: None
Career game-winning goals: None
Career penalty shots: None
Career overtime goals: None
Career shootout goals/attempts: None
Career plus-minus: +9
2014-15: Surpassed his career-high in assists (16) and tied his career-high in points (22)... Registered two assists (0-2=2), March 26 at NYI...Missed 18 games due to an upper-body injury, Feb. 9-March 18...Tied his career-high with three points (1-2=3; second time, both in 2014-15), Jan. 3 vs. NSH; also tied a career- high with a plus-3 rating (third time)... Logged a career-high 27:06 TOI, Dec. 30 vs. EDM... Blocked eight shots, Dec. 20 vs. ARI...Tallied a career-high three assists (0-3=3; set his career-high in points, and later in the season he tied it), Nov. 8 vs. VAN and became the first Kings defenseman since Slava Voynov to record three-or-more assists in a game (March 9, 2013 vs. CGY; 0-3=3); recorded a career-tying plus-3 rating...Tallied a career-tying two-game goal streak (2-0=2), Oct. 31-Nov. 2.

2013-14: Played in 200th career game April 5 at VAN...Had 15 points (7-8=15) in 17-game span (March 1-April 3)...Points (2-2=4) in four straight games (March 22-27)...Points (3-2=5) in career high five straight games (March 1-10)...PLAYOFFS: Points (0-3=3) in a playoff career-long three straight games (April 24-28)…scored the Stanley Cup clinching goal (June 13) and the Western Conference Final clinching goal (June 1)…first player in NHL history to score at least two series-clinching OT goals in one playoff year, with one being the Stanley Cup clinching goal; third player overall (first defenseman) to ever score multiple series-clinching OT goals in a single playoff year…NHL rankings among defensemen were the following: tied for second in goals,  tied for seventh in points (second on the team), tied for eighth in PPP (five)…Also, tied for third in the league in GWG (three) and tied for first in OTG (two).

2012-13: Assist March 19, 2013 vs. PHX...Assist March 16, 2013 vs. SJ...Assist March 7, 2013 vs. DAL...Goal Feb. 10, 2013 at DET...Assist Jan. 22, 2013 at COL...Played with HC TPS (Finland, 1-1=2 in 11 GP) and Allen (CHL, 1-1=2 in 3 GP) during lockout.

2011-12: Two points (1-1=2) April 5, 2012 vs. SJ...Goal March 30, 2012 at EDM...Goal March 20, 2012 vs. SJ...Goal March 16, 2012 at ANA...Played 100th career game March 8, 2012 at CBJ...Four assists in six-game span (Feb. 21-March 3, 2012)...Goal Nov. 12, 2011 vs. MIN...Goal Nov. 8, 2011 vs. NSH... PLAYOFFS: Scored first career playoff goal in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final (June 4, 2012 vs. NJ)…Tied for 10th among NHL defensemen in plus-minus (plus-5).

2010-11: NHL rankings among rookie defensemen were the following: tied for sixth in goals, 10th in assists, eighth in points, fifth in plus-minus (+11, which was eighth overall among rookies), eighth in shots (74) and ninth in hits (69)…Fifth on the Kings in plus-minus…Two assists March 24, 2011 vs. San Jose...Assists in back-to-back games (Feb. 16, 2011 at Columbus and Feb. 17, 2011 at NY Rangers)...Points (0-3=3) in three straight games Jan. 8-13, 2011...First career multi-point game (1-1=2) Dec. 4, 2010 vs. Detroit...First career goal (and point) Nov. 24, 2010 at Montreal (fifth NHL game)…Recalled from Manchester Nov. 23, 2010…Had 16 points (5-11=16), 14 penalty minutes and plus-4 rating in 20 games with Manchester at time of recall...On Manchester he ranked (at time of recall): first in points (tied for second among AHL defensemen), first in assists, tied for third in plus-minus and first in PPG (4)...Named a Manchester alternate captain on Oct. 29, 2010.

2009-10: NHL debut Oct. 3, 2010 vs. Phoenix…Recalled from Manchester three times during season…Led Manchester defensemen in points and assists…Led Manchester overall in plus-minus (+12)…Two three-point games (1-2=3 March 20, 2010 at Bridgeport and three assists March 26, 2010 vs. Bridgeport)…Five-game point (1-7=8) streak (March 26-April 2, 2010)...Helped Monarchs advance to the AHL’s Eastern Conference Finals.

Tied Manchester rookies lead in games played…Tied for first among Manchester defensemen in goals, assists, points and PPG (3)…Tied for second overall among Manchester rookies…Tied for 14th among AHL rookie defensemen in points…Seven points (1-6=7) in seven-game span Feb. 8-21, 2009…Made professional debut with Manchester Oct. 11, 2008 at Portland.  

2007-08: Collegiate career-high 32 points (9-23=32) and 42 penalty minutes in 42 games during junior season at Miami University (Ohio)…Led CCHA defensemen in goals and points, fourth in assists…CCHA First-Team All-Star and Second Team All-America selection…Earned CCHA All-Tournament honors and named CCHA Best Defensive Defenseman, as Miami placed first in conference in team defense and second in penalty killing.

2006-07: 24 points (9-15=24) and 40 penalty minutes in 42 games at Miami of Ohio…One of two team defensemen to play all 42 games…Led club defensemen in goals and points.

2005-06: 11 points (3-8=11) and 31 penalty minutes in 39 games at Miami of Ohio…All three goals came in CCHA Quarterfinals against Western Michigan…Second among club freshmen in points.

2004-05: 21 points (10-11=21), 30 penalty minutes and +16 in 58 regular season games with Cedar Rapids (USHL)…Three points (1-2=3) and eight penalty minutes in 11 playoff games with Cedar Rapids.  

LAST AMATEUR CLUB: Miami of Ohio (NCAA)…CCHA First-Team All-Star, Second Team All-America selection, CCHA All-Tournament honors and named CCHA Best Defensive Defenseman in 2007-08.