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Todd Marchant
Todd Marchant
Number: 22
Height: 5' 10"
Weight: 180
Shoots: Left
Born: Aug 12, 1973
Birthplace: Buffalo, NY, United States
Hometown: Buffalo, N.Y.
Acquired: Claimed on waivers November 21, 2005
Drafted: NYR / 1993 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 7th (164th overall)
2009-10 Regular Season: Appeared in his 17th NHL season, his fifth with Anaheim…scored 9-13=22 points with 32 PIM in 78 games…ranked fourth on the club in games and made his most regular season appearances since the 2005-06 season (79 with CBJ and ANA)…led the club and ranked tied for fifth in the NHL with three SHG…completed the season ranking third in all-time Ducks SHG (8), just one behind Samuel Pahlsson (9)…his 22 points were his most since the 2006-07 season (23)…ranked fourth on the club in faceoff wins (284) and third in faceoff percentage (49.9)…also ranked tied for third among Anaheim players in hits (127)…missed the final three contests of the 2009-10 regular season with a strained oblique muscle…logged a season-high 21:25 TOI in his final contest of the season, Apr. 6 vs. LA…missed his first game since Jan. 31, 2009 @ COL, snapping his consecutive games streak at 103, Mar. 26 @ EDM…had 1-2=3 points over a four-game stretch (Mar. 17-23) including a goal on Mar. 17 vs. CHI…the goal accounted for his third SHG of the season (28th career) and his eighth in a Ducks uniform…appeared in his 1,100th career NHL contest, Feb. 14 @ EDM…scored his first GWG of the season in a 3-2 Ducks victory, Feb. 10 vs. EDM…earned his 100th point (assist) as a Duck, Feb. 4 @ LA...collected 1-3=4 points over a six-game stretch from Jan. 7-17…recorded his 300th NHL assist, Jan. 13 vs. BOS…appeared in his 300th contest as a Duck, recording his second SHG of the season and seventh in a Ducks uniform, Dec. 29 vs. MIN…moved into sole possession of third on the Ducks’ all-time SHG list with the marker, passing Joe Sacco and Steve Rucchin (6)…earned an assist and attempted the third penalty shot of his career (no goal, Bryzgalov), Dec. 19 vs. PHX…put together a six-game stretch in which he scored 3-2=5 points, Nov. 5-16…scored his first SHG of the season and earned an assist for his first multi-point game since Mar. 19, 2009 @ PHX (0-2=2), Nov. 16 vs. PIT…registered a season-tying four shots on net, Nov. 11 @ NJ…scored his first goal of the season, Nov. 5 vs. NSH…had a season-high four shots, Oct. 11 @ NYR.

Appeared in his 16th NHL season, his fourth with Anaheim…finished second on the club in faceoff wins, going 298-for-593 (50.2%) in 72 games…scored a team-leading two SHG on the season, his most since scoring three in 2006-07…became the 31st U.S.-born player to appear in 1,000 NHL games, Dec. 22 @ VAN…logged a season-high 20:49, Mar. 24 @ NSH…collected a season-high two assists (0-2=2), Mar. 19 @ PHX…had a two-game point streak (1-1=2), Mar. 8-11…scored his second SHG of the season (25th of his career), Mar. 8 vs. MIN…collected a season-high 1-1=2 points, Feb. 24 @ BUF...his goal was the 24th SHG of his career…missed 10 games with a fractured finger, Jan. 9-31…appeared in his 1,000th NHL game, Dec. 22 @ VAN…was the second of four Ducks to reach the 1,000-game milestone in 2008-09 (also Hedican, Pronger and R. Niedermayer)…the only other team in NHL history to have four players hit the 1,000-game mark in the same season was the 1998-99 Los Angeles Kings (Doug Bodger, Russ Courtnall, Ray Ferraro and Garry Galley)…appeared in his 200th game as a Duck, Oct. 29 vs. DET…PLAYOFFS: Played in all 13 contests in the CQF vs. SJ and CSF vs. DET…scored the game-winning triple OT goal in Game 2 of the CSF, May 3 @ DET…it was the second playoff OT goal of his career (also Apr. 29, 1997 w/EDM @ DAL in Game 7 of the CQF)…finished seventh in the NHL in faceoff wins (133)…collected an assist in Game 4 of the CQF, Apr. 23 vs. SJ.

CAREER: Signed a two-year contract through the 2010-11 season, July 7, 2009…2007-08: Appeared in all six CQF games vs. DAL, scoring 2-0=2 goals with a +1 rating…had a three-game goal streak (3-1=4) from Mar. 9-12, one shy of his career best…scored a goal 21 seconds into the game on Mar. 9 vs. MTL, marking the sixth-fastest in club history (third fastest at home)…missed three games with a strained shoulder, Feb. 22-29…appeared in his 900th NHL game, Oct. 23 @ STL…missed two games with a bruised right ankle, Oct. 15-17…2006-07: Scored 0-3=3 points in 11 playoff games en route to his first Stanley Cup championship…recorded an assist in Game 4 of the SCF, June 4 @ OTT...missed the first 10 playoff games with a torn groin, Apr. 11-May 3...scored three SHG during the regular season (Oct. 15 @ DAL, Nov. 24 vs. NJ and Dec. 8 @ WSH), tying the franchise record for a season...finished tied for 10th in the NHL in SHG...tied a career high with a +4 rating, Nov. 24 vs. NJ...played in his 100th career game as a Duck, Jan. 9 @ NSH...missed the last three games of the regular season with a torn groin...missed 23 games overall with an abdominal injury, Feb. 18-Mar. 26 and Dec. 26-Jan. 7…2005-06: Led the Ducks in assists and plus/minus (+11) and ranked second in scoring (3-10=13) during the playoffs...ranked tied for first in the NHL in playoff plus/minus...collected 2-1=3 points, establishing a playoff career high in goals and points in Game 4 of the CSF, May 11 @ COL…the Ducks were 36-17-8 after his acquisition on Nov. 21 and 18-1-3 when he recorded a point....recorded his 400th NHL point (assist) in his 800th NHL game, Jan. 23 @ LA…2004-05: Did not play...2003-04: Among Columbus leaders, finished second in assists and shots (163), tied for third in points (9-25=34) and fourth in PPG (4)...missed the final four games of the regular season due to a groin strain...2002-03: Was named Oilers MVP (co-winner with Tommy Salo) and Top Defensive Forward for the third consecutive season...ranked fifth in the NHL in shorthanded scoring (1-4=5) and first in SHA...led the Oilers in assists, ranked second in points (20-40=60) and tied for third in goals and PPG (7)...registered his 200th career NHL assist, Feb. 23 vs. ATL...tied a career high with a four-point effort (2-2=4), Jan. 13 vs. CBJ...scored his 300th career NHL point, Dec. 13 vs. COL...2001-02: Led Edmonton in shorthanded scoring (3-4=7) for the second consecutive season...ranked third in NHL shorthanded scoring and first in SHA...also led the Oilers and was second in the NHL in takeaways (83)...played in his 600th career NHL game, Apr. 10 vs. PHX...2000-01: Was the winner of the Oilers' Outstanding Defensive Forward Award...led the Oilers and was fourth in the NHL in shorthanded scoring (4-3=7)…1999-00: Played in all 82 games for the Oilers...1998-99: Notched 14-22=36 points in 82 games with the Oilers...also recorded 1-1=2 points in four playoff games...1997-98: Accumulated 14-21=35 points along with a career-high 71 PIM...registered 1-1=2 points in 12 playoff games...was awarded with the Oilers' Community Service Award...1996-97: Recorded 14-19=33 points in 79 games...made his NHL postseason debut, notching 4-2=6 points in 12 playoff games...netted the game-winning OT goal in Game 7 of the CQF, Apr. 19 vs. DAL...led the NHL with three playoff SHG...1995-96: Registered 19-19=38 points in 81 games in Edmonton...1994-95: Played his first full season in the NHL…was tied for fourth among NHL rookies in scoring (13-14=27)...1993-94: Turned professional in the winter after participating in the 1994 Olympic Games...made his NHL debut with the NY Rangers, Mar. 18, 1994 vs. CHI...was traded to the Oilers three days later for Craig MacTavish...recorded his first NHL point with an assist, Mar. 25 vs. LA...Miscellaneous: Was a member of the 1994 United States Olympic team in Lillehammer, Norway and a member of Team USA at the 1993 World Junior Championship in Gavle, Sweden.

PERSONAL:  Todd and his wife Caroline have four children: daughters Lillian and Ashley and sons Timothy and Bradley…the family resides in Tustin with offseasons spent in Williamsville, New York…spends nearly all of his free time with the family…took surfing lessons with his family during a recent trip to Maui…also loves to bowl on Nintendo Wii with his kids…enjoys cooking and regularly prepares meals at home for the family, saying his sausage and tomato dumplings dish is his most popular…supports the Skating Association for the Blind and Handicapped (SABAH) in Buffalo...has owned a hockey school in Buffalo for the past 10 years, raising nearly $70,000 for local charities during that time…loves to eat his pregame meals at Barolo Café in Tustin…tunes into “Shark Week” and loves “Modern Marvels” on the Discovery Channel…leaves his clothes shopping up to his wife, but is outfitted mostly in Banana Republic, Ruehl and Quiksilver.




1 NSH 62 41 14 7 188 147 89
2 ANA 62 38 17 7 182 174 83
3 STL 61 39 18 4 190 152 82
4 CHI 62 37 20 5 183 146 79
5 WPG 63 31 20 12 174 170 74
6 VAN 61 35 23 3 174 162 73
7 MIN 61 32 22 7 173 160 71
8 LAK 60 29 19 12 162 153 70
9 CGY 61 33 24 4 174 158 70
10 SJS 62 30 24 8 173 177 68
11 DAL 61 27 25 9 191 202 63
12 COL 61 26 24 11 161 175 63
13 ARI 62 20 35 7 137 210 47
14 EDM 62 18 34 10 142 206 46


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