The Ducks have acquired right wing Tim Jackman from the Calgary Flames in exchange for a sixth-round selection in the 2014 NHL Entry Draft.
Jackman, 32 (11/14/81), has scored 24-40=64 points with 654 penalty minutes (PIM) in 400 career NHL games with Columbus, Phoenix, Los Angeles, the New York Islanders and Calgary. The 6-2, 225-pound winger appeared in his 400th career contest on Nov. 14, a 7-3 Flames loss vs. Dallas. In 10 contests this season, Jackman has one goal and 40 PIM. He had a career year in 2010-11, collecting 10-13=23 points with Calgary. The Minot, North Dakota native was one of only four Flames to appear in all 82 games that season. For his efforts, Jackman earned the “J.R. ‘Bud’ McCaig Award,” given to the Flames player who best exhibits respect, courtesy and compassion. Jackman also won the Bob Nystrom Award with the NY Islanders in 2008-09, awarded to the player who best demonstrates leadership, hustle and dedication.
Selected by Columbus in the second round (38th overall) of the 2001 NHL Entry Draft, Jackman made his NHL debut on Dec. 20, 2003 with the Blue Jackets at Minnesota, and went on to score his first career goal on Feb. 27, 2004 at Chicago. He competed for Minnesota State University, Mankato (WCHA) for two seasons from 2000-02, becoming the first player from the school to be selected in an NHL draft. In 73 career collegiate contests, Jackman earned 25-28=53 points with 188 PIM.