Signed as a free agent
with SSK of the Swedish Elite League on September 10, 2004.
Released by SSK on December 8, 2004.
Signed as a free agent by the Syracuse Crunch on December 11, 2004.
Signed as a free agent by
the Phoenix Coyotes on July 17, 2003.
Assigned to Springfield Falcons on September 26, 2003.
Named co-captain in early October, 2003.
Named co-captain of the
Planet USA AHL All-Star team on December 12, 2002.
Was named co-winner of the Fred T. Hunt award by the AHL on April 2, 2003.
Was voted co-winner of the Pirates' Most Popular
Player award on April 6, 2003.
Elected to play for Team USA in IIHF's World Championships in
Finland from April 26 - May 11, 2003.
Traded to the Washington
Capitals by the New Jersey Devils for future considerations, August 8, 2001
Assigned to the Portland Pirates on September 25, 2001
Was made available for the NHL Waiver Draft on September 30, 2001
Recalled by the Capitals on October 11, 2001
Loaned to Portland Pirates on October 28, 2001
Missed rest of regular
season due to a personal leave of absence granted by the Capitals in late
Was made available for the 2000 Expansion Draft (Columbus Blue
Jackets and Minnesota Wild) on June 13, 2000
Signed as a free agent by the New Jersey Devils on July 20, 2000
Sent to Albany on September 25, 2000
Led the Albany River Rats in scoring with 66 points (24 goals) on April 9,
Was made available for the 1999 Expansion Draft (Atlanta Thrashers)
on June 23, 1999
Signed as a free agent by NY Islanders, August 7, 1999
Was made available for the 1999-2000 Waiver
Draft on September 25, 1999
Loaned to the Providence Bruins on November 18, 1999
Was named to the PlanetUSA All-Star team on December 16, 1999
Served an 8-game suspension from December 31, 1999 - January 23, 2000
Recalled from Providence on February 3, 2000
Assigned to the Chicago Wolves on Feburary 4, 2000
Recalled from Chicago on March 22, 2000
Sent to the Chicago Wolves on April 11, 2000
Was a member of the Chicago Wolves' Turner Cup Championship Team,
clinching the title on June 6, 2000
Signed as a free agent by Edmonton, August 13, 1998
Participated in the AHL All-Star game on January 25, 1999
Was voted the PlanetUSA All-Star MVP on January 25, 1999
Recalled from Hamilton on February 22, 1999
Sent to the Hamilton Bulldogs on March 4, 1999
Claimed on waivers by Pittsburgh from New York Rangers, October 1, 1997
Participated in the AHL All-Star game in 1996-1997
Was named Sher-Wood AHL Player of the Week on December 15, 1996
Participated in the AHL All-Star game in 1995-1996
Held seventh place in the AHL in scoring (99 points)
Scored his first NHL goal on April
8, 1996 vs. the Florida Panthers
Signed with the Atlanta Knights of the International Hockey League.
Joined the Binghamton Rangers (AHL) squad for the final 13 games of the
regular season and played 10 games for them during the playoffs.
Played for the United States National Hockey Team
Was a member of the Hockey East and NCAA-winning University of Maine Black
Was named Hockey East Rookie of the Week
Played for Team USA in the World Junior Championships
Scored 99 points in 38 games while playing for Dubuque and Waterloo of the USHL
Won a bronze medal with Team USA in the World Junior Championships
Drafted in the fourth round of the 1992 entry draft by the New York Rangers