CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: In 2005-06, was sixth in the NHL?in penalty minutes (174), which also led the Ducks...Set career-high in assists (19), points (23) and games played (76)...In 2004-05, helped the Philadelphia Phantoms to the American Hockey League’s Calder Cup Championship...Appeared in 16 playoff games, posting four points (2-2-4) with 33 penalty minutes...Scored his first-ever playoff goal on Apr. 23 vs. Norfolk...Collected three second period assists in his 300th professional game on Feb. 25 vs. Hershey...In 2003-04, recorded five points (1-4-5) and 136 penalty minutes in 49 games with Philadelphia...Finished second on the club in PIM...Missed seven games, Nov. 13 - 28, recovering from surgery to repair a fracture to his left cheekbone...Scored his first career game-winning goal on Jan. 17 at Toronto...Appeared in his 200th career NHL?game on Jan. 20 vs. Montreal...In 2002-03, had three assists (setting a career-high for assists and points in one game) on Apr. 6 at Florida...In 2001-02, finished first on the Flyers in penalty minutes (141)...Set a career-high for PIM in a game with 27 on Dec. 13 vs. Montreal...In 2000-01, appeared in his rookie season with the Flyers...Ranked four on Philadelphia in penalty minutes (109)...Earned his first career NHL?assist and had his first multi-point outing on Dec. 27 at Florida (0-2-2)...Tallied his first NHL?goal on Nov. 8 at Pittsburgh and made his NHL?debut on Nov. 1 at New Jersey...In 1999-00, split the season between Philadelphia (AHL) and Trenton (ECHL).
AMATEUR HIGHLIGHTS: Over four seasons in the Western Hockey League, produced 57 points (27-30-57) and 552 penalty minutes in 194 games...In 1996-97, was drafted by the Flyers prior and had six points (1-5-6) with 87 penalty minutes for Kelowna...In 1997-98, split the year between Kelowna and Regina...Notched 15 points (7-8-15) and 200 PIM in 52 outings...In 1998-99, split the season between Regina and Prince Albert...Posted 34 points (18-16-34) and 182 penalty minutes on the season in 67 games.
PERSONAL: Hometown:?Redwater, Alberta...Nickname is “Fridge”...He and his wife, Theresa, have a three-year old son, Luke, a daughter, Sienna Rae, and a pug named Duke...Loves to read do-it yourself books and learn how to do his own home improvement projects...Is a big fan of the Philadelphia Eagles, stemming from his days playing in the city...Says his worst job was the summer he spent as a rock picker in the farm fields of Alberta...His favorite movie is Tommy Boy...His favorite TV show is Lost...His best hockey moment came when he won the Calder Cup Championship in 2004-05.