Los Angeles Kings
Los Angeles Kings
Brayden McNabb
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POSITION: Defenseman
HEIGHT: 6' 4"
SHOOTS: Left
WEIGHT: 208
BIRTHDATE: 01/21/1991
AGE: 23
BIRTHPLACE: Davidson, SK, CAN
DRAFTED: BUF: 2009-66 overall
 

2013-14: Started the season in Rochester, recording 29 points (7-22=29) in 38 games…Appeared in 12 games with BUF, going scoreless…Acquired by the Kings on March 5, 2014 and reported to Manchester…Tallied seven points (3-4=7) in 14 games with the Monarchs…PLAYOFFS: Appeared in all four postseason games with Manchester.

2012-13: Completed his second season in Rochester earning career-highs in all offensive categories, including goals, assists, points and penalty minutes while appearing in 62 games…Rankings among Rochester defensemen were the following: first in points (fifth among all skaters), first in assists (seventh in the AHL)…Skated in his 100th AHL game on March 9 at Binghamton…Registered an assist in the 2013 AHL All-Star Game, guiding the Western Conference All-Stars to a 7-6 win at the 2013 AHL All-Star Classic…Won the Hardest Shot event with a blast of 101.8 MPH at the 2013 AHL All-Star Skills Competition.

2011-12: Earned eight points (1-7=8) in 25 games with BUF…Made his NHL debut Nov. 26 vs. WSH…First career multi-point game (0-2=2) on Jan. 3 vs. EDM…Scored first career NHL goal on Dec. 26 vs. WSH…Completed his first AHL season collecting 30 points (5-25=30) in 45 games with Rochester to finish second among team defensemen in scoring…Led team defensemen with a plus-15 rating…Had a four-game point streak (2-3=5) from Feb. 25 to March 4…Had three consecutive multi-point games (0-7=7) from Feb. 4 to Feb. 10…Named to the 2012 AHL All- Star Classic in Atlantic City, NJ, serving as Rochester’s lone representative…Made his professional debut on Oct. 8 at Hamilton.

2010-11: Rankings among WHL defensemen were the following: tied for third in goals, tied for second in assists and ranked third in points…Named to WHL East First All-Star Team for second consecutive year…PLAYOFFS: Tied for second among all WHL skaters in postseason scoring with 27 points (3-24=27), including a 12-game point streak (April 3-May 10) that included 21 points (2-19=21)…Led all CHL (Canadian Hockey League) defensemen in postseason scoring with 27 points…Tallied more assists (24) than any other CHL defenseman had points.

2009-10: Ranked in the top ten among WHL defensemen with 17 goals (T-5th), 41 assists (8th) and 57 points (6th)…Named to WHL East First All-Star Team.

LAST AMATEUR CLUB: Kootenay, WHL