2005-2006: Appeared in his 14th career NHL season, his second with Bostonplayed in all 82 games for Boston (was one of only two Bruins to play in all 82 games, marking the second time in his career that he did not miss a single game)earned a 54.4 face-off win percentage, ranking 15th overall in winning percentage in the NHLscored at least 10 goals for the 10th straight seasonscored two goals, Jan. 19 @ PHIappeared in his 900th career NHL game, Jan. 12 vs. LAhad a three-game point streak, Jan. 5-10 (1-2=3)... Signed a one-year contract on August 10, 2006has scored a goal vs. every NHL club except Colorado, Dallas, Toronto and Nashville (has a point vs. every club except Nashville)2004-2005: Did not play. 2003-2004: Had two multi-point gameshad a three-game point streak Apr. 1-4 (1-2=3)appeared in his 800th NHL game Oct. 21 @ COLmissed 18 games during the regular season with a rib injuryacquired by Boston from Columbus for Lennart Petrell on Oct. 3 after Columbus selected him in the NHL Waiver Draft earlier that day2002-2003: Scored 2-1=3 points in four playoff gamesearned the GWG in OT, Apr. 21 vs. PHIfinished second on the Maple Leafs in faceoff percentage, winning 53% of his drawsearned his 400th career NHL point with a the GWG Jan. 4 vs. NJmissed the final six games of the regular season due to injury2001-2002: Appeared in all 20 playoff games for the Leafs, ranking 2nd in the NHL in playoff faceoff percentage (60.6%) and 7th in penalty minuteswas fourth on the Leafs with a 20:34 TOIfinished 5th on the team in plus/minus (+13), while appearing in all 82 games for the second time in his careerscored a goal in his 700th career NHL game, Mar. 9 @ MTLwas acquired by Toronto from Phoenix with Robert Reichel and Craig Mills for Danny Markov on June 12, 20012000-2001: Played 69 games for Phoenix, ranking 20th in the NHL in faceoff win percentagewas 1st on the team in faceoffs taken (1135) and winning percentage (54.89%)earned his 200th career NHL assist Nov. 7 @ LAappeared in his 600th NHL game, earning an assist Dec. 22 vs. ATL1999-2000: Finished T-1st on the team in playoff goals (2) and 2nd in points (3)collected 1-1=2 points, Apr. 12 @ COLduring the regular season, ranked 14th in the NHL in faceoff win percentage (55.6%)was 3rd on the Coyotes roster in goals (25-tying a career high) and T-3rd in points (46)named runner-up to the NHL Player of the Week for the period Mar. 27-Apr. 2named runner-up for the NHL Player of the Week for the period of Oct. 25-30appeared in his 500th career NHL game Oct. 28 @ VANacquired from Anaheim with a 1999 first round draft pick for Oleg Tverdovsky on June 26, 1999...1998-99: Had one assist in four playoff gamesfinished 7th on the Anaheim roster in goals, 6th in assists and seventh in pointsscored his 100th career goal with two markers Dec. 1 @ PIT1997-98: Spent most of the season with the Islanders before being acquired by the Ducks in Februaryhad eight multi-point efforts on the season (three w/Anaheim)recorded a goal Mar. 26 at Detroit in his 400th NHL gamemissed five games with a lower groin strain from Feb. 25-Mar. 6appeared in 54 games with the Islanders before coming to Anaheim with Doug Houda and Tony Tuzzolino for Joe Sacco, J.J. Daigneault and Mark Janssens, Feb. 6 1998also represented Canada in the World Championships after the NHL season, scoring 0-3=3 points in six games1996-97: Finished third on the Isles in goals (23) and ranked second in assists and points (41 & 64, respectively)tied a career-high with an eight-game point streak (5-6=11) from Mar. 13-29recorded 100th NHL assist Nov. 23 @ Phoenix1995-96: Led the Isles in assists (45) and finished second on the team to Zigmund Palffy in scoring (70), goals (25) and power play goals (14)set a career-high for points and assists in a game with 0-4=4 points Feb. 4 vs. Dallasscored two goals Dec. 23 vs. Washington, including the game-winnerthat goal began a career-high (since tied) eight-game point streak from Dec. 23-Jan. 11 (5-5=10), including a five-game assist streak from Dec. 31-Jan. 11 (1-5=6)played for Team Canada at the World Championships in Viennascored two goals in Canada's opening game vs. Slovakiafinished first in the tournament in power play goals1994-95: did not score a goal through the first 30 games of the season, then proceeded to score five goals over his last 12 games1993-94: Tied with Benoit Hogue for the team lead in games played (83)recorded first career hat trick Nov. 30 vs. Washington, including the game-w
inning goalplayed in all four playoff games vs. the Rangers in 1994, going scoreless1992-93: Appeared in his first NHL seasonset a career-high with 17 penalty minutes Mar. 7 vs. Winnipegscored first career power play goal Feb. 16 vs. EDMrecorded his first NHL goal and point Nov. 21 @ CGY (Mike Vernon)made his NHL debut Nov. 19 @ BOSalso appeared in 12 playoff games with the Islanders in 1992-93scored first career playoff goal in Game Four of the Patrick Division Semifinals vs. WSH, a goal that started a comeback in a 4-3 double OT win for New Yorkalso scored the game-winning goal in the series clincher for the Isles in Game Sixmissed the final six playoff games in 1993 with an eye injury after being accidentally high-sticked by Ron Francis in Game Six of the Patrick Division Finals vs. PittsburghMiscellaneous: Spent two full seasons with Capital District (AHL) from 1990-1992, notching two 50+ point seasons.