Chicago Blackhawks
Winnipeg Jets
Andrew Ladd
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POSITION: Left Wing
HEIGHT: 6' 3"
SHOOTS: Left
WEIGHT: 205
BIRTHDATE: 12/12/1985
AGE: 28
BIRTHPLACE: Maple Ridge, BC, CAN
DRAFTED: CAR: 2004-4 overall
Playoffs: Notched his first point of the postseason with a goal on April 25 against Calgary (Game 5) .. Netted the overtime-winning goal and added an assist for a postseason-high two points in Game 4 of the Western Conference Semifinals on May 7 against Vancouver ... Bagged his third goal of the playoffs on May 22 in Game 3 of the Western Conference Final against Detroit.

Regular Season: Recorded career highs in goals (15), assists (34) and points (49) while appearing in all 82 games this season ... Ranked sixth with 49 points, tied for sixth with 34 points and shared seventh with 15 goals ... Chicago posted a 12-0-1 mark when he lit the lamp ... Ranked second among club forwards and third overall with a +26 plus/minus rating and shared fourth on the squad with 195 shots ... Finished the regular season with seven points (2G, 5A) over the final seven games ... Recorded a career high four points, which includes dishing out a career-best three assists, on Dec. 7 at Phoenix ... Was one of just two Chicago players to net four points in a single game ... Tallied three points in a game three times (Nov. 3, Dec. 16, Feb. 5) and finished with nine multiple-point performances ... Matched a team season-high three assists twice within a nine-day span in December (Dec. 7 and 16) ... Tallied 15 points (4G, 11A) during December ... Potted a career-high two goals twice (Nov. 3 and March 25) ... netted the 100th point of his NHL career by posting an assist on March 7 at Boston ... Logged a season-high 19:43 time on ice on Jan. 28 at Anaheim ... Skated in his 200th career NHL game on Jan. 17 at St. Louis ... Posted points in a season-high six straight games from Dec. 12 to 26 ... Tallied an assist in four straight contests, tying a season-most, from April 1 to 7.

Stanley Cup Playoff Experience: This marks his second career postseason appearance with his second club ... Helped the Carolina Hurricanes capture the 2006 Stanley Cup Championship during his playoff debut, accruing two goals, three assists and five points in 17 tilts during the run.
CAREER:

2009-10: Gave the Blackhawks the win in the longest shootout in franchise history with a ninth-round goal in the home opener against Colorado on Oct. 10.

2008-09: Recorded career highs in goals (15), assists (34) and points (49) while appearing in all 82 regular-season games this season … Ranked sixth with 49 points, tied for sixth with 34 points and shared seventh with 15 goals … Chicago posted a 12-0-1 mark when he lit the lamp … Ranked second among club forwards and third overall with a +26 plus/minus rating and shared fourth on the squad with 195 shots … Tallied three goals and four points in 17 games … Shared the team lead with a +3 plus/minus rating and tied for third with 50 hits ... Netted the overtime-winning goal and added an assist for a postseason-high two points in Game 4 of the Western Conference Semifinals on May 7 against Vancouver ... Recorded a career high four points, which includes dishing out a career-best three assists, on Dec. 7 at Phoenix.

2007-08: Recorded 12 points (five goals, seven assists) in 20 games with the Blackhawks after being acquired at the NHL Trade Deadline Feb. 26 from Carolina in exchange for Tuomo Ruutu … Posted nine goals and nine assists in 43 outings with the Hurricanes … Led Carolina forwards in plus/minus (+9) at the time of the trade … Missed 19 games due to injury (Ankle: Oct. 9 to Nov. 14; Illness: Dec. 18; facial surgery: Jan. 4 and Jan. 5)… Netted his first goal as a member of the Blackhawks in his second contest Feb. 28 at Dallas … Posted at least one point in six of his first 10 games with Chicago, which included a two-assist outing March 9 against Edmonton, and one goal and one assist March 14 at Columbus.

2006-07: Ranked seventh on Carolina with 11 goals and accrued 21 points in 65 games.

2005-06: Captured the Stanley Cup as a member of the Hurricanes during his professional debut … Collected six goals and 11 points in 29 regular-season contests with Carolina before netting five points (two goals, three assists) in 17 Stanley Cup Playoff outings … Bagged 19 points (11 goals, eight assists) and 28 penalty minutes in 25 AHL tilts with the Lowell Lock Monsters.

2004-05: Ranked third on the Calgary Hitmen (WHL) with 19 goals and 45 points and fourth with 26 assists … Led the squad with 167 penalty minutes … Accrued seven goals, 11 points and 18 penalty minutes in 12 postseason tilt.

2003-04: Paced Calgary with 30 goals, tied for first with 75 points and ranked second with 45 helpers and 119 penalty minutes … Recorded seven points (one goal, six assists) and 10 penalty minutes in seven playoff matchups.

2001-02: Held scoreless in one game with the Vancouver Giants (WHL).