|NUMBER:||12||BIRTHDATE:||October 22, 1979|
|HEIGHT:||5' 9"||BIRTHPLACE:||Toronto, ON, Canada|
|WEIGHT:||170||DRAFTED:||NSH / 1999 NHL Entry Draft|
|Shoots:||Right||ROUND:||9th (248th overall)|
- Recalled from Lake Erie (AHL) on Feb. 9 and played in one game before being reassigned on Feb. 13.
- Made his season debut on Feb. 10 vs. Atlanta, his first NHL game since Dec. 8, 2007.
- Was Lake Erie's leading scorer with 43 points (18g/25a) in 41 games at the time of his recall.
- Named to the Canadian AHL All-Star team roster for the 2010 AHL All-Star Classic but did not participate in the game due to injury.
- Is the AHL's active career scoring leader with 579 points (219g/360a) in 537 games.
- Was named the 2007 AHL MVP and 2003 AHL Rookie of the Year.
- Is the AHL’s all-time playoff scoring leader with 135 points in 105 postseason games.
- Won two Calder Cup championships, 2004 with the Milwaukee Admirals and 2008 with the Chicago Wolves.
- Has recorded one goal and seven assists in 23 career NHL games, having played two games with the Nashville Predators (2002-03), 20 with the Atlanta Thrashers (2006-08) and now one with Colorado.
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