Jamie Tardif
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JamieTardif
POSITION: Right Wing
HEIGHT: 6' 0"
SHOOTS: Right
WEIGHT: 199
BIRTHDATE: 01/23/1985
BIRTHPLACE: Welland, ON, CAN
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. 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.