Darryl Sydor
POSITION: Defenseman
HEIGHT: 6' 1"
BIRTHDATE: 05/13/1972
DRAFTED: LAK: 1990-7 overall
CAREER vs. ANA: 66 GP, 4-22-26, 23 PIM
HOME: 37 GP, 1-5-6, 10 PIM, +1
ROAD: 35 GP, 2-7-9, 8 PIM, +2
* Recorded an assist Apr. 4 vs. St. Louis and posted a +4 rating, tying his season high, and is now one point shy of 500 for his career.
* Recorded his 400th NHL career assist March 6 at Anaheim.
* Had an assist and was a season-best +4 on Jan. 31 at Columbus.
* Skated in his 1,200th career NHL game Jan. 4 at Vancouver.
* Ranks 10th in franchise history in assists and 19th in scoring.
* Skated at the 1998 and 1999 NHL All-Star Games, and is a two-time Stanley Cup winner (DAL, 1999 & TB, 2004).

MULTIPLE-POINT GAMES (1): Feb. 6 vs. NYR (1-1-2)

2005-06: Appeared in 80 games with Tampa Bay, collecting four goals and 19 assists for 23 points...Tallied a goal and added an assist on Jan. 20 at Dallas...Posted his second straight multi-point game with two assists on Jan. 21 at Atlanta...Appeared in his 1,000th career NHLgame on Feb. 28 vs. Florida...Appeared in all five playoff games, notching one assist.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:In 2004-05, did not play competitive hockeyIn 2003-04, split the season between Columbus and Tampa Bay...Appeared in his 900th career NHL game on Dec. 31 vs. San Jose...Won the Stanley Cup with Tampa Bay, notching six assists in 23 post-season contestsIn 2002-03, appeared in 81 games with the Stars...Posted three assists twice during the season...Earned his 300th career NHLassist on Nov. 15 vs. Colorado...Appeared in his 800th career NHLgame on Nov. 13 at Washington...Notched his 400th career NHL point on Feb. 23 at Chicago...In 2001-02, finished first on the team in power play assists (19) and fourth in assists (29)...Recorded two goals over his last three games (2-0-2) after registering two goals over his previous 75 outings...In 2000-01, finished tied for fifth among league defensemen in power play goals (8) and tied for ninth in power play points (27)...Registered two assists on Nov. 25 at Columbus, the first was his 300th career NHLpoint...Appeared in his 700th career NHLgame on Mar. 30 at Edmonton, posting an assist...Appeared in his 100th career NHLplayoff game in Game Six at Edmonton...In 1999-00, was fifth on the team in assists (26)...Tied for first on the team in defensemen power play goals (5) and was third in points (34)...Played in all 23 playoff games for the Stars, posting seven points (1-6-7)...Tied for first in playoff power play assists (6, with Zubov)...Posted new career-highs in 1998-99 for goals (14) and PPG (9) in a season and tied his career-high for points (48)Played in the 1999 NHL All-Star Game for the North American TeamHis second All-Star appearance, he scored the team's seventh goal, his first at the All-Star GameRecorded his 200th career NHL assist on Apr. 11 vs. Los AngelesIn 1997-98, had played in 319 consecutive NHL games which was the third longest streak in the NHL at the time...Scored his first career hat-trick, on Jan. 3 at Carolina...Scored two of the three goals playing left wing...Set a career-high for points in a game and tied his career-high for assists in a game with four points (1-3-4), Jan. 26 vs. Toronto... Played in his first NHL All-Star Game on Jan. 18...Led the Stars in 1996-97 in games played (82)...Finished fifth in the NHL in plus/minus (+37), and T8th in defenseman scoring (48)...Set new career-highs for most assists (40) and points (48) in a season...Led the Stars in games played (84) in 1995-96...Began the season with Los Angeles...Was the only Kings defenseman to play in all 48 games in 1994-95...Led all Kings defensemen in points (23), assists (19), and shots (96)...Was 3rd among Kings defensemen in scoring in 1993-94 with 35 points...Named co-recipient of the Kings 1992-93 Best Newcomer award with Alexei Zhitnik.

AMATEUR CAREER: Named to WHL First All-Star Team in 1990, 1991 and 1992...Member of both the 1992 Memorial Cup Champion and 1990 regular season-champion Kamloops Blazers...Led all Kamloops defensemen in scoring for two straight seasons (1989-91) with 95 and 105 points, respectively.

PERSONAL: Darryl and his wife, Sharlene, have three sons, Parker, Braden, and Dylan...Cites his most memorable hockey moments as winning the Stanley Cup in 1999 with Dallas and in 2004 with Tampa Bay...His favorite NHLcity is Vancouver and his favorite food is sushi...Nicknamed Syd.