Welcome to the Official Site of Leafs Nation - MapleLeafs.com
MapleLeafs.com proudly sponsored by ROGERS™ Welcome to the Official Site of Leafs Nation - MapleLeafs.com
  • RSS
Boyd Devereaux
Boyd Devereaux
Number: 22
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 195
Shoots: Left
Born: 16 Apr 1978
Birthplace: Seaforth, ON, Canada
Acquired: Signed as a free agent October 7, 2006. Originally Edmonton's first choice, sixth overall, in 1996 Entry Draft.
Drafted: EDM / 1996 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 1st (6th overall)

2005-06: Played 78 games for Phoenix collecting 22 points (eight goals, 14 assists) with 44 penalty minutes...2003-04: In his 7th NHL season, collected 6-9-15 and 20 PIM in 61 games with Detroit...Of his 6 goals, 2 came in his final 4 games of the season14 of his 15 points were at even strength4 of his 6 goals came on the roadAveraged 9:58 of ice time per gameScored 2 GWGScored GWG vs. MIN, Mar. 29Played in his 400th NHL game at CHI, Dec.11Tallied 1-1-2 at BUF, Dec. 10Collected a season-high 19:19 of ice time vs. ANA, Dec. 3Scored his 100th NHL with GWG a STL, Nov. 29Recorded a season-high 2 assists vs. EDM, Nov. 26Had 3-4-7 in a 12-game stretch from Nov. 22-Dec. 132004 Playoffs: Played in 3 playoff games, scoring 1 goal in Conference Semi-Finals at CGY (Game 4), Apr. 29...2002-03: With Detroit, played in 61 games and recorded 3-9-12 and 16 PIMWas a plus-4 for the seasonAveraged 9:26 minutes of ice time per gameMissed the first 3 games of the regular season with a broken thumbScored his only GWG of the season at ATL, Feb. 152003 Playoffs: Did not dress for any of Detroits first round playoff games vs. Anaheim2001-02: Appeared in a career-high 79 games with Detroit, collecting 9-16-25 and 24 PIMSet career highs in goals, PIM, plus/minus (+9) and shots (116)Scored 2 GWG2002 Playoffs: Played in 21 of Detroits 23 playoff games, helping the Red Wings win the Stanley CupRegistered 2-4-6 and 4 PIM in 21 playoff gamesAveraged 10:58 minutes of playoff ice timeSet new career playoff highs in goals, assists, points and PIMFinished the playoffs with a plus-5 ratingCollected his first career playoff goal/point in Game 5 of first-round series vs. VAN, Apr. 252001-00: Signed with Detroit as a free agent prior to start of season on Aug. 23, 2000In his first season with Detroit, played in 55 games, recording 5-6-11 and 14 PIMWas a plus-1Averaged 10:08 minutes of ice time per gamePlayed in his 200th NHL game at FLA, Dec. 12001 Playoffs: Played in 2 playoff games (Game 5 and 6) of Detroits first-round series vs. LAAveraged 10:39 minutes of ice time per game, an increase from his regular season average1999-00: In his final season as an Oiler, played in 76 games, registering 8-19-27 and 20 PIMHis 19 assists and 27 points were career highsAveraged 12:36 minutes of ice time per game (career high)Scored his first career hat trick on Mar. 17 vs. OTT (Lalime)1998-99: Played in 61 games with Edmonton, collecting 6-8-14 and 23 PIMScored 4 GWG (career high)Tied for the EDM lead in GWGScored his first career GWG at NYI, Oct. 21Posted a career high 4-game point streak (2-3-5) from Dec. 29 to Jan. 7Also played in 7 games with Hamilton (AHL), registering 4-6-10 and 2 PIM1999 Playoffs: Made his playoff debut with Edmonton, in Game 4 vs. DAL, Apr. 27Collected 32:46 minutes of ice time in the game, a 3-overtime thrillerFollowing Edmontons elimination from the playoffs, played in 7 playoff games with Hamilton, recording 3 assists1997-98: Split season between Edmonton and HamiltonIn his first season with Edmonton, played in 38 games and recorded 1-4-5 and 6 PIMMade his NHL debut vs. COL, Oct. 5Recorded his first career point (assist) at NYR, Nov. 3Scored his first career goal vs. PHX (Scott Langkow), Jan. 20Played in 14 games with Hamilton, collecting 5-6-11 and 6 PIMAlso recorded 1-1-2 in 9 playoff games with Hamilton1996-97: Finished his junior career, averaging over a point-per-game with 48-79-127 in 120 games over two seasons with Kitchener (OHL)In his final season with Kitchener, tallied 28-41-69 and 37 PIM in 54 gamesRanked 4th on team in goals and points; and 2nd in assistsLed team in playoff assists and tied for team lead in playoff points with 4-11-15 in 13 postseason games1995-96: In his first season of junior, collected 20-38-58 and 35 PIM in 66 games with KitchenerRanked 2nd on team in assists and 3rd in pointsIn 12 playoff games, led team in assists and finished T-2nd in points...Named the Canadian Hockey Leagues Scholastic Player of the Year and the OHLs Scholastic Player of the Year.
INTERNATIONAL CAREER: 1997: Helped Team Canada with a gold medal at the World Junior Championships in Switzerland with 4 goals in 7 gamesScored 2 GWG in the tournament (1 in the semi-final vs. Russia and 1 in the final vs. USA).

torontomapleleafs.com is the official Web site of the Toronto Maple Leafs Hockey Club. The Maple Leafs and mapleleafs.com are trademarks of MLSE.  NHL, the NHL Shield, the word mark and image of the Stanley Cup and NHL Conference logos are registered trademarks of the National Hockey League. All NHL logos and marks and NHL team logos and marks as well as all other proprietary materials depicted herein are the property of the NHL and the respective NHL teams and may not be reproduced without the prior written consent of NHL Enterprises, L.P. Copyright © 1999-2016 MLSE and the National Hockey League. All Rights Reserved.

Terms Of Use | Contact Us | Employment Opportunities | Advertise on mapleleafs.com | Privacy Policy | icon AdChoices | NHL.com Terms of Use | Site Map