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John Madden
John Madden
Center
Number: 11
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 190
Shoots: Left
Born: May 4, 1973
Birthplace: Toronto, ON, Canada
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Acquired: Signed as a free agent 7/2/09
CAREER:

2008-09: Netted seven goals and 16 assists in 76 regular-season games with New Jersey … Served as an alternate captain … Tallied one assist in seven postseason contests for the Devils, who were eliminated in seven games by Carolina in the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals … Tallied points in career-high five consecutive games from Jan. 13 to 21 … Posted points in back-to-back games three times, including consecutive games with two assists on Jan. 19 at Nashville and Jan. 21 against Montreal … Netted a season-high two goals on Oct. 22 against Dallas … Scored his franchise-record 17th short-handed goal on Feb. 6 at Atlanta.

2007-08: Ranked third with 20 goals and fourth on the Devils with a career-high 43 points (20G, 23A) in 80 regular-season games … Established a career-high with his 23 assists … Posted ten multi-point games … Tallied a career-high three assists and added a goal for a season-high four points on Oct. 31 against Tampa Bay … Netted a season-high two goals twice … Compiled a season-high four-game point streak (3G, A) from Feb. 18 to 24 … Notched his first career overtime goal on Feb. 24 at Washington … Skated in his 600th career NHL game on Jan. 12 at Buffalo … Finished second in voting for the Frank J. Selke Trophy as the League’s outstanding defensive forward … Tallied two goals and an assist in five postseason contests … Scored his first career playoff overtime goal on April 13 against the New York Rangers.

2006-07: Potted 12 goals and dished out 20 assists in 74 regular-season games with the Devils … Led New Jersey with three game-winning goals … Posted a season-high three points (2G, A) on Oct. 12 against Toronto … Tallied two points (G, A) in 11 postseason games.

2005-06:
Collected 36 points (16G, 20A) while skating in all 82 regular-season games with the Devils … Ranked fourth on the team with 16 goals … Recorded points in a season-high four consecutive games (3G, A) from March 28 to April 2 … Scored his 100th career NHL goal on April 1 at Philadelphia … Recorded four goals and one assist in nine postseason contests … Tallied a hat trick, including an NHL record-tying two short-handed goals, in Game 2 of Eastern Conference Quarterfinals on April 24 against the New York Rangers.

2004-05: Held scoreless in three games with HIFK Helsinki of SM-liiga (Finland).

2003-04:
Tallied 35 points (12G, 23A) in 80 regular-season games with New Jersey … Established a career-high with 23 helpers during season … Finished second in voting for Frank J. Selke Trophy as the League’s outstanding defensive forward … Held scoreless in five postseason games.

2002-03:
Helped lead New Jersey Devils to Stanley Cup Championship with 19 goals and 22 assists in 80 regular-season games … Posted the second hat trick of his career and added an assist for a season-high four points on Feb. 5 at Washington … Missed the March 27 game due to injury snapping streak of 189 consecutive games played … Finished third on club with a career-high 16 points (6G, 10A) in 24 postseason games … Finished second in voting for Frank J. Selke Trophy as the League’s outstanding defensive forward … Tied the Devils franchise record for points in a five-game series with eight (2G, 6A) during the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals against Boston.

2001-02: Tallied 23 points (15G, 8A) while being the only Devils forward to skate in all 82 regular-season games … Held scoreless in six playoff games.

2000-01: Awarded the Frank J. Selke Trophy as the League’s outstanding defensive forward … Netted a career-high 23 goals and accrued 15 assists in 80 regular-season games for the Eastern Conference Champion Devils … Tied for fourth on the team with 23 goals … Established a career-high with a +24 plus/minus rating … Notched a career-high four goals and added an assist for a career-best five-points on Oct. 28 at Pittsburgh ... Became part of the first pair of teammates (Randy McKay) since 1922 to both score four goals in a game that night … Tallied four goals and three assists in 25 postseason games.

1999-2000:
Registered 16 goals and nine assists in 74 regular-season games for the Stanley Cup Champion New Jersey Devils during his first full NHL season … Tied the then-rookie record and led the NHL with six short-handed goals … Netted his first career NHL goal on Oct. 30 at Philadelphia … Posted seven points (3G, 4A) in 20 Stanley Cup Playoff games … Earned the Devils’ Unsung Hero Award as voted by teammates.

1998-99: Made his NHL debut on Jan. 6 at New York Rangers … Collected his first career NHL point with an assist on Jan. 18 at San Jose … Led the American Hockey League’s Albany River Rats with 60 assists and 98 points in 75 regular-season games … Ranked third in the AHL in scoring, third in assists, fourth with 38 goals, third with eight game-winning goals, and paced the league with 334 shots … Represented Canada at AHL All-Star Classic in Philadelphia potting a goal … Posted a season-high 15-game point streak (10G, 16A) from March 20 to April 16 … Tallied an Albany franchise-record five points (2G, 3A) on March 17 against Hartford.

1997-98:
Recorded 20 goals and 36 assists in 74 regular-season games while making professional debut with Albany … Ranked fourth on the club with 56 points … Led the AHL with a +35 plus/minus rating … Paced the River Rats with 16 points (3G, 13A) and a +8 plus/minus rating in 13 postseason games.