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 of the Springfield Falcons in early October, 2003.
Missed 9 games with a wrist injury on November 23, 2003.
Missed 2 games due to a suspension on December 23, 2003.
Named co-captain of the
Planet USA AHL All-Star team on December 12, 2002.
Was named Sher-Wood AHL Player of the Week on January 26, 2003.
Was voted co-winner of the Pirates' Most Popular Player award on April 6,
Elected to play for Team USA in the IIHF's World Championships in Finland from
April 26 - May 11, 2003.
Signed as a free agent by the
Washington Capitals, July 20, 2001
Was assigned to the Portland Pirates on September 25, 2001
Was made available for the NHL Waiver Draft on September 30, 2001
Recalled by Washington on October 15, 2001
Assigned to the Portland Pirates on October 27, 2001
Missed two games due to a shoulder injury on February 20, 2002
Missed remaining regular season games due to a knee injury on March 28, 2002
Was made available for the 2000 Expansion Draft (Columbus Blue
Jackets and Minnesota Wild) on June 13, 2000
Sent to the Providence Bruins on September 15, 2000
Was made available for the 2000-2001 Waiver Draft on September 30, 2000
Was named to the 2001 AHL All-Star Classic PlanetUSA squad on December 14,
Was named MetLife Player of the month (December) on January 12, 2001
Won the 2001 AHL All-Stars Accuracy Shooting event at the All-Star Game on
January 14, 2001
Was made a starter in the 2001 AHL All-Star Classic on January 15, 2001
Led the Providence Bruins in scoring with 71 points (26 goals) on April 9,
Was made available for the 1999 Expansion Draft (Atlanta Thrashers)
on June 23, 1999
Was selected by the Atlanta Thrashers in the 1999 Expansion Draft on June 25,
Was traded by the Atlanta Thrashers to the Boston Bruins in exchange for
Randy Robitaille on June 25, 1999 Was made available for the 1999-2000 Waiver
Draft on September 25, 1999
Sent to the Providence Bruins on September 27, 1999
Missed two games due to a severely bruised side on October 8, 1999
Recalled from the Providence Bruins on November 8, 1999
Loaned to the Providence Bruins on November 12, 1999
Was named Sher-Wood AHL Player of the Week on November 15, 1999
Was named a starter to the 2000 AHL All-Star Classic PlanetUSA squad on
December 16, 1999
Missed seven games due to a sprained ankle on December 3, 1999
Missed seventeen games due to a sprained ankle on December 26, 1999
Missed three games due to a concussion during team practice on March 28, 2000
Recalled from the Providence Bruins on April 5, 2000
Led the Providence Bruins in points scored with 46 points overall (21 goals)
Was named the MetLife Player of the month (March) on April 9, 2000
Was named the Providence Bruins MVP of the regular season on April 9, 2000
Returned to the Providence Bruins on April 10, 2000
Missed one game due to the flu on May 17, 2000
Signed as a free agent by Boston, July 21, 1998
Missed 9 games due to a chest injury on November 27, 1998
Missed 3 games due to a concussion received on January 4, 1999
Missed 1 game due to a foot bruise suffered on February 9, 1999
Sent to the Providence Bruins on March 8, 1999
Signed a 1-year contract with additional 1 year option with the Boston Bruins
in mid-March, 1999
Recalled from the Providence Bruins on April 18, 1999
Sent to the Providence Bruins on April 20, 1999
Was part of the 1998-99 Calder Cup-winning Providence Bruins (series
clinched, 4 games to 1 vs. Rochester Americans, June 13, 1999)
Received the Jack Butterfield Award as Calder Cup Playoff Most Valuable
Player on June 13, 1999
Claimed on waivers by Pittsburgh from New York Rangers, October 1, 1997
Scored his first NHL goal on October 28, 1997 vs. the Calgary Flames
Claimed on waivers by New York Rangers from Pittsburgh, January 9, 1998
Participated in the AHL All-Star game in 1996-1997
Was named Sher-Wood AHL Player of the Week on January 22, 1997
Scored 77 points in 75 AHL games, making him 12th overall in the scoring race
Set record for most shots on goal in one AHL season with 392 shots on goal
Was a First Team All-Star in the AHL All-Star game
Tied record with two others for most power play goals (27) in one AHL season
Held fourth place in the AHL in scoring (101 points)
Scored his first NHL assist (on his brother Chris' 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 12 games of the
regular season and played 11 games for them during the playoffs.
Played for the United States National Hockey Team
Participated in the 1994 Winter Olympics in Lillehammer, Norway for Team USA
Tied for fourth place overall with 6 goals in the 1994 Olympic tournament
Was a member of the Hockey East and NCAA-winning University of Maine Black
Holds the record for most penalty minutes in one NCAA season (106)
Was twice named Hockey East Rookie of the Week
Was named Hockey East Player of the Week
Played for Team USA in the World Junior Championships
Scored 101 points in 42 games while playing for Dubuque and Waterloo of the
Named USHL Most Valuable Player
Named USHL Most Outstanding Forward
Named Most Valuable Player in the USHL All-Star Game
Named a World Junior Championships All-Star
Won a bronze medal with Team USA in the World Junior Championships
Drafted in the first round of the 1992 entry draft by the New York Rangers