Andy McDonald
Andy McDonald
Number: 19
Height: 5' 10"
Weight: 175
Shoots: Left
Born: Aug 25, 1977
Birthplace: Strathroy, ON, Canada
Acquired: Signed as a free agent on Apr. 3, 2000

2006-07:  Appeared in his seventh NHL season, all with Anaheim…finished second on the team in points and third in goals…had 11-12=23 points with a +7 rating in his last 20 games, including four multi-goal efforts…earned points in 55 of 81 games…recorded 15 multi-point games this past season, including three four-point games (most on the team) and two three-point games…finished the season second on the club’s all-time consecutive games played list with 243…is fourth on the all-time franchise records list in goals (88), assists (155) and points (243)…scored two goals, including the overtime game-winner (2nd OT goal of his career, also 10/20/02 vs. COL) on Mar. 31 @ STL…recorded 2-2=4 points on four shots with a +2 on Mar. 16 vs. CHI…recorded points in nine of last 11 home contests (8-10=18)…appeared in his first NHL All-Star Game on Jan. 24 @ DAL -- won the NHL's Fastest Skater competition during the 2007 NHL Superskills Showcase…collected a career-high four assists on Jan. 11 @ DAL…earned an assist (200th career NHL point) on Dec. 29 @ CAR…had an eight-game point streak (2-8=10), Dec. 6-20…had a career-long, six-game assist streak (1-7=8 points), Dec. 6-16…played in his 300th career NHL game on Nov. 24 vs. NJ…scored 2-2=4 points (tying a career high for points) on Nov. 19 vs. PHX…scored on a penalty shot (C. Joseph), the first of his career on Nov. 3 vs. PHX…scored a goal with 19 seconds left to force OT, tying a career high with nine shots on Oct. 15 vs. DAL…PLAYOFFS: Finished second in the NHL in goal scoring and PPG…also led team in goal scoringholds franchise record for most goals in a single postseason and most shots in a season (previously Joffrey Lupul in 2006 with nine goals and 62 shots)...is T-5th on the Ducks all-time postseason scoring list (12-11=23, with Samuel Pahlsson)...collected 3-1=4 points, recording his first career hat trick (regular or postseason) and the second hat trick in club playoff history on April 25 vs. VAN in Game One of the CSF…also tied a club record for most points by a Duck in a postseason contest (Joffrey Lupul, 4-0=4 points, 5/9/06 vs. COL) on Apr. 25 vs. VAN in Game One of the CSF…scored back-to-back goals (one minute apart) and recorded an assist with a +3 rating on June 4 @ OTT in Game Four of the SCF.

 Career: Signed a three-year contract July 5, 2006…2005-2006: Played in all of the team’s 16 postseason contests, leading the team in faceoff win percentage (55.6)…scored a PPG in Game One of the WCF on May 19 vs. EDM…scored his first career playoff goal in Game Five of CQF on Apr. 29 vs. CGY…during the regular season, finished first on team in assists and GWGs (seven), was second on team in goals, points, PPGs (13) and plus/minus (+24), while ranking third in shots (229)…earned a career high for goals, assists and points in a season…had 25-37=62 points in last 48 games of the season…finished second on team in power play points (13-24=37)…sixth in the NHL in faceoff win percentage, and first on the Ducks roster…won at least 50% of his faceoffs in 62-of-82 games…had 24 multiple-point games…the Ducks were 20-7-3 when he scored a goal…was one of four Ducks players to play in every game…scored 1-2=3, (GWG) on April 10 @ VAN (surpassed the 80-point plateau, becoming just the third Ducks player to achieve the feat in an Anaheim uniform (Kariya & Selanne both five times))…had a seven-game point streak (3-5=8), Nov. 20-Dec. 3…had a career-long, five-game assist streak (1-5=6), Nov. 22-30…2003-2004: Scored two goals, both unassisted, Nov. 19 @ DAL…scored 2-1=3 points, Nov. 12 vs. TOR…2002-03: Missed the last 29 games of the regular season with post concussion syndrome (Feb. 7 - Apr. 4)…missed seven games, Jan. 12-24, with a concussion…had a six-game point streak (4-5=9), Dec. 5-19…scored two goals with a +3 on Dec. 15 vs. PIT…earned two assists on Dec. 8 vs. NSH (had back-to-back multi-point games for the first time in his NHL career)…had a two-game goal streak (2-1=3) on Oct. 20-24, the first goal streak of his career…scored his first career OT goal and had an assist with a +2 on Oct. 20 vs. COL…earned 1-3=4 points on Oct. 10 @ STL (setting a career-high for points in a game and tying his career-high for assists)…2001-2002: Completed his first full NHL season (played in 16 games in 2000-2001)…among all NHL rookies, ranked T-8th in points (28), seventh in assists (21), and T-4th in GWG (3)…his 21 assists tied the then club rookie record (tied Kariya & Cullen)…led all rookie centers in assists and points from Dec. 1 to the end of the season (recalled on Nov. 30)…led all rookie centermen in TOI with 15:58 minutes per game…won 439-of-818 faceoffs (53.7%), leading all NHL rookies in FO% (ranked 20th overall in the NHL)…had three multi-point games, including a two-goal game and a three-assist effort…missed three games, Mar. 3-8, due to a concussion… was selected as the runner-up for the Rookie of the Month Award for February, finishing second to Colorado's Radim Vrbata…had a career-high seven-game point streak from Jan. 26-Feb. 13, the longest by a rookie in the NHL in 2001-2002 (2-7=9 points)…earned three assists (a career high which also tied a club rookie record) Feb. 6 vs. PHI…was named to the Canadian AHL All-Star Team for the 2002 Assante & Baker Hughes AHL All-Star Classic (named Jan. 4, did not play)…recorded two goals and an assist, winning 10-of-15 faceoffs on Dec. 18 @ MIN (tied a club rookie record for goals and points in a game)…recalled from Cincinnati on Nov. 30…appeared in 21 games with Cincinnati, scoring 7-25=32 points…led Cincinnati in assists (25) and points (32) at time of recall…played for Team Canada at the 2002 World Championships in Sweden, where he co-led the team in goals (4) and points (5)...2000-01: Played 16 games with ANA, scoring 1-0=1 point with six PIM…scored his first NHL goal on Dec. 3 vs. LA…played in his first NHL game on Nov. 12 vs. DET…1999-2000: Completed his senior season at Colgate University, scoring 58 points (25-33=58) in 34 games…named a Hobey Baker Finalist on Mar. 16, awarded to the top U.S. Collegiate Player…named the 1999-2000 ECAC Player of the Year and was selected to the All-ECAC First Team…led the ECAC in points, goals and assists, while also leading the league in conference scoring with 16-20=36 points in 19 games…led Colgate to a record of 24-9-2, including a 14-4-2 mark in ECAC play…while at Colgate, he increased his scoring every season…had 19 points (9-10=19) as a freshman, 32 (13-19=32) as a sophomore, 46 (20-26=46) as a junior, and 58 (25-33=58) as a senior…finished with 41 career multi-point games at Colgate.

Personal: Andy and his wife Gina were married in the summer of 2006 and welcomed their first child, Jake Gene, to the family on Oct. 8, 2007…when receiving his day with the Stanley Cup in early August, took it to both his alma mater, Colgate University and his hometown of Strathroy, Ontario…used a Gulfstream jet to transport his family and the Cup between the two locations…hosted a public viewing at Colgate and at the West Middlesex Memorial Centre in Strathroy…also held a party for his closest family and friends at the Derby Inn in downtown Strathroy...lists both Italian and Mexican foods as his favorites…enjoys Rubio's tacos if he’s looking for fast food and Javier’s restaurant for sit-down meals…also enjoys his wife’s authentic spaghetti and meatball dinners at home…his first job was as an assistant to the turkey vaccinator at Cutty Farms, just outside his hometown of Strathroy, Ontario…he made roughly $6 an hour, claiming to be “one of the lucky few” to land a job at the turkey farm…on road trips, either watches DVDs or works on Sudoku puzzles.




1 z - DAL 82 50 23 9 267 230 109
2 x - STL 82 49 24 9 224 201 107
3 x - CHI 82 47 26 9 235 209 103
4 y - ANA 82 46 25 11 218 192 103
5 x - LAK 82 48 28 6 225 195 102
6 x - SJS 82 46 30 6 241 210 98
7 x - NSH 82 41 27 14 228 215 96
8 x - MIN 82 38 33 11 216 206 87
9 COL 82 39 39 4 216 240 82
10 ARI 82 35 39 8 209 245 78
11 WPG 82 35 39 8 215 239 78
12 CGY 82 35 40 7 231 260 77
13 VAN 82 31 38 13 191 243 75
14 EDM 82 31 43 8 203 245 70


R. Getzlaf 77 13 50 14 63
C. Perry 82 34 28 2 62
R. Kesler 79 21 32 5 53
R. Rakell 72 20 23 -1 43
J. Silfverberg 82 20 19 8 39
S. Vatanen 71 9 29 8 38
A. Cogliano 82 9 23 2 32
H. Lindholm 80 10 18 7 28
C. Fowler 69 5 23 -8 28
C. Stewart 56 8 12 2 20
F. Andersen 22 9 7 .919 2.30
J. Gibson 21 13 4 .920 2.07

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