2007-08: Appeared in his 13th NHL season, his first with Atlanta…ranked third among team defensemen in points (1-9=10), assists and TOI (20:02)…recorded 1-2=3 points over a three-game stretch, Feb. 28-Mar. 5…scored his first goal of the season and added an assist for his only multiple-point game of the season, Feb. 28 vs. NYI…posted a +8 rating over an 11-game span, Dec. 27-Jan. 17…logged 20-or-more minutes of ice time on 35 occasions, including a season-high 26:26, Jan. 2 @ CAR…appeared in his 800th career NHL game, Oct. 25 @ NSH…earned his first point as a Thrasher with an assist, Oct. 13 vs. NJ…missed 10 games in March with a groin injury…was signed by Atlanta as a free agent, July 2.
CAREER: Has represented the United States at the 2004 World Cup, 1992 and 1997 World Championships and the 1991 World Junior Championships…2006-07: Played in a career-high 81 games for Colorado, recording 3-16=19 points…led the Avalanche and ranked 21st among NHL defensemen with a +18 rating…also led the team with 107 hits and ranked third with 68 PIM, 155 blocked shots and 20:37 TOI…tied his career high with 0-3=3 points, Nov. 30 @ EDM…registered a season-best 25:29 TOI with five blocked shots, Oct. 16 vs. CHI…was signed by Colorado as a free agent, July 24…2005-06: Split the season between Toronto and New Jersey, totaling 3-12=15 points in 74 games…scored his first playoff goal since 1997 with a tally in Game 1 of the CQF, Apr. 22 vs. NYR….appeared in his 700th career NHL game, Mar. 24 vs. BOS…was acquired by New Jersey from Toronto for Aleksander Suglobov, Mar. 8, 2006…ranked third among Maple Leaf defensemen in points (3-12=15) at the time of the trade…recorded his 100th career assist, Dec. 19 vs. NYI…2003-04: Was signed by Toronto as a free agent on Sept. 27 and went on to set career highs with 25 assists and 29 points in his first season with the Maple Leafs…appeared in his 600th career NHL game, Dec. 11 @ MIN…registered a career-high four-game assist and point streak (0-7=7), Nov. 30-Dec. 6…helped the Maple Leafs to their most recent postseason appearance, playing 11 playoff games against OTT (CQF) and PHI (CSF)…2002-03: Led the Capitals with a +22 rating and 21:48 TOI…posted a career-high +7 rating in a 12-2 win, Jan. 11 vs. FLA…recorded his 100th career NHL point with an assist in a 4-1 victory, Dec. 3 @ PIT…appeared in six CQF games vs. TB…2001-02: Tied a career high with eight goals, equaling the mark he set in 1995-96…skated in his 500th career NHL game, Apr. 13 vs. NJ…scored his first career PPG, Feb. 26 vs. FLA…2000-01: Played in his 400th career NHL game, Dec. 9 @ NJ…appeared in all six CQF games vs. PIT, recording one assist…1999-00: Matched then career bests in points (7-13=20) and games played (80) in his sixth season with Washington…reached the 20-point plateau for the second consecutive season…finished third in the NHL with 307 hits…picked up 0-1=1 point in five CQF games vs. PIT…1998-99: Established a then career high with 7-13=20 points in 78 games with the Capitals…ranked second in the NHL with 248 hits…recorded a career-high three assists, Nov. 7 vs. OTT…was called for a career-high 20 PIM, Nov. 21 @ BOS…1997-98: Played 51 games for Washington in his fourth NHL season…tied his career high with two goals, Mar. 21 vs. NJ…appeared in nine Stanley Cup Playoff contests as the Capitals advanced to the Stanley Cup Final vs. DET…1996-97: Set career highs in games played (80) and PIM (115) with the Capitals…played in his 100th career NHL game, Nov. 2 vs. NYI…1995-96: Played his first full NHL season with Washington, appearing in 66 regular season games and one playoff contest…scored a career-high eight goals…collected his first career SHG, Oct. 7 vs. STL…1994-95: Appeared in 23 games with the Capitals as a rookie, recording 3-1=4 points…also played in seven playoff games for Washington…tallied his first career two-goal game, May 2 vs. PIT…scored his first career NHL goal, Apr. 4 @ NYI…collected his first career NHL point (assist), Apr. 2 vs. BOS…with Portland (AHL), posted 5-7=12 points in 49 games…1993-94: Helped lead Portland to a Calder Cup championship in his second professional season, recording 1-2=3 points in 17 playoff games.
PERSONAL: Ken and his wife Robyn have three sons, Garrett, Mason and David…lists his favorite hockey memories as playing in the Stanley Cup Final with Washington in 1998 and winning the AHL’s Calder Cup with Portland in 1994…is involved with Garth Brooks’ Teammates for Kids charity program.