He was made their affiliate Hartford Wolf Pack team captain to start the season and there could be similar thoughts like what Nashville Predators did when signing him to a one-year deal, ship him to their minor league affiliate, Milwaukee Admirals for the season. But the parent club’s slow out of the gate and may need to switch things up even further, which would open the door for the 30-year defenseman to get some more games in the show on his stat sheet.
He’s played 297 big league games scoring 17 times with 45 assists and a nifty little +1 rating.
In the AHL his numbers are sort of phantomly similar with 26 goals and 86 helpers but he has a -5 plus/minus.
The former Columbus Blue Jackets‘ 3rd round pick in the 2001 draft (#85 overall) still has some left in the tank.
A couple of seasons ago, back with the team that drafted him, he put up a career tying 3 goals and a high mark 13 assists.
We think it’s likely he gets to the 300 NHL game club this season.