Jamie Tardif
POSITION: Right Wing
HEIGHT: 6' 0"
BIRTHDATE: 01/23/1985
DRAFTED: CGY: 2003-112 overall
Signed as a free agent by Toledo (ECHL), October 5, 2006. Signed to PTO (professional tryout) contract by Manitoba (AHL), December 2, 2006. Loaned to Iowa (AHL) by Toledo (ECHL), December 29, 2006. Signed as a free agent by Grand Rapids (AHL), February 2, 2007. Signed as a free agent by Detroit, July 26, 2007. Signed as a free agent by Boston, July 5, 2011. Signed as a free agent by Buffalo, August 6, 2013. Signed as a free agent by Mannheim (Germany), July 11, 2014.
2011-12: Played his first season in the Bruins organization in Providence/AHL where he finished fifth in the team's scoring race and fourth in goals with 15- 15=30 totals in 57 games ... 2010-11: Had pro career season-highs in all offensive categories with 27-27=54 totals in 77 games in Grand Rapids/AHL while captaining the Griffins for the second season ... 2009-10: Served as captain in Grand Rapids/AHL while contributing 16-17=33 totals in 77 Griffins games ... Played his 200th AHL game on Dec. 31 ... 2008-09: Had 9-9=18 totals in 55 games with Grand Rapids/AHL ... Set a club record for fastest goal in a game and period when he scored at 0:08 of the first period on Dec. 30 at Peoria ... 2007-08: Played a pro career-high of 80 games in his first full AHL season with Grand Rapids and his 17 goals and 34 points stand as the second-highest totals of his pro career ... 2006-07: Played for four teams in his first pro season ... Mainly split the season between Toledo/ECHL (10-20=30 totals in 34 games) and Grand Rapids (9-6=15 totals in 27 games) with stints in Manitoba/AHL (one scoreless game) and Iowa/AHL (two scoreless games) as well ... Played in the ECHL All-Star Game ... Juniors: Played five seasons of junior hockey in the Ontario Hockey League with Peterborough ... Had 155-136=291 totals with 310 PIM in 324 career junior games ... Never scored fewer than 22 goals in any of his junior seasons with his career-high a 40-goal campaign in 2005-06 ... Had 6-6=12 totals in 19 playoff games in 2006 as the Petes won the OHL championship.