Boston Bruins
Boston Bruins
Brad Marchand
HEIGHT: 5' 9"
BIRTHDATE: 05/11/1988
AGE: 28
DRAFTED: BOS: 2006-71 overall


Has won one Stanley Cup championship (2011 with Boston) ... Has a 5/20 record in NHL shootouts (one deciding goal) ... Has taken two career penalty shots (one goal).

2014-15: Hit the 20-goal mark for the fourth time in his career ... Led the team in goals (24) and penalty minutes (95), becoming just the fourth player in Bruins history to lead the club in both categories (Jimmy Herberts, 1924-25; Rick Tocchet, 1995-96; Joe Thornton, 1999-2000) ... Had eight multiple-point games, with his season-high a 2-1=3 night on Oct. 30 at Buffalo ... Had three four-game point streaks, from Oct. 30-Nov. 6 (4-3=7 totals), Feb. 16-22 (2-2=4 totals) and a goal and point streak from Feb. 28-Mar. 8 (5-1=6 totals) which matched his previous career-high goal streak ... Scored three overtime goals - on Oct. 30 at Buffalo, Nov. 4 vs. Florida and on Mar. 7 vs. Philadelphia (when he also scored the game-tying goal at 19:45 of the third period) ... 14 of his 24 goals gave the Bruins the lead in a game, including ten first goals of game, and another four tied the score within a contest ... Scored his 100th NHL goal on Dec. 6 at Arizona, recorded his 100th NHL assist on Nov. 15 vs. Carolina and registered his 200th NHL point with an assist on Dec. 4 at San Jose ... Served a two-game NHL-imposed suspension from Jan. 17-20 for an incident on Jan. 15 vs. NY Rangers and missed three games with an injury.

2013-14: Tied for the NHL lead with five shorthanded goals ... Finished third in the NHL with a +36 plus/minus rating ... Played in every game for the first time in his career ... Reached the 20-goal mark for the third time in his career with his second-highest season total (28, 2011-12) ... Established a career season-high in assists ... Had 11 multiple-point games with his season-high a 1-3=4 effort on Jan. 27 at NY Islanders ... Had a six-game point streak, which matched his previous career-high, from Jan. 14-27 (7-5=12 totals) ... Included in that was a career-best four-game goal streak from Jan. 14-20 (six goals) ... Played his 300th NHL/Bruins game on Apr. 13 at New Jersey ... Had two multiple-point playoff games with two-assist efforts each May 1 and May 3 vs. Montreal ... Had a three-game playoff assist streak from May 1-6 (five assists).

2012-13: Took his first team scoring title with 36 points in 45 games ... Ranked tied for third in the league with five game-winning goals, tied for seventh with a +23 plus/minus rating and was sixth overall in shooting percentage at 19.8% ... Had seven multiple-point games with his season-high a three-assist night Mar. 3 vs. Montreal which was a career-high for assists in a game ... Had three four-game point streaks, from Jan. 21-28 (3-1=4 totals); Feb. 17-26 (3-2=5 totals); and Mar. 2-7 (2-5=7 totals) ... Took his second career penalty shot on Mar. 5 at Washington, a successful shorthanded attempt vs. Braden Holtby ... Was plus or even in 40 of his 45 games ... Scored two goals on six shootout shots, including the deciding goal on Jan. 29 vs. New Jersey ... Recorded his 100th NHL point with an assist on Jan. 25 vs. NY Islanders and played his 200th NHL game on Mar. 19 at Winnipeg ... Missed three games to injuries ... Had three multiple-point playoff games, all two-point efforts including two goals June 3 at Pittsburgh ... Had two three-game post-season point streaks, from May 13-19 (2-3=5 totals) and June 3-7 (2-2=4 totals) ... Scored the overtime goal in game one of the CSF series vs. NY Rangers on May 16.

2011-12: Enjoyed his second straight 20+ goal season with his 28 goals ranking second on the team ... Ranked fifth overall in the NHL with a +31 rating ... Had 11 multiple-point games, including his first career hat trick in a career-high 3-2=5 effort Dec. 23 vs. Florida ... Had a career-best six-game point streak from Nov. 1-15 (4-5=9 totals) ... Played his 100th NHL game on Oct. 10 vs. Colorado ... Missed one game with an illness and five to an NHL-imposed suspension.

2010-11: Started the season on an NHL roster for the first time in his third pro season ... Became the first Boston rookie to hit the 20-goal mark since Blake Wheeler scored 21 in 2008-09 ... Tied for third in the NHL with five shorthanded goals ... Had six multiple-point games, including a 2-2=4 night Jan. 22 in Colorado ... Had three four-game point streaks - from Nov. 3-10 (2-3=5 totals); Jan. 8-13 (3-2=5 totals); and Mar. 27-Apr. 2 (2-3=5 totals) ... Took his first career penalty shot on Mar. 8 in Montreal, unsuccessful vs. Carey Price ... Scored his first NHL goal in his first NHL multiple-point game, a 1-1=2 effort Nov. 3 in Buffalo ... Missed three games to injury and served a two-game NHL-imposed suspension from Mar. 17-19 ... Led all NHL rookies in post-season goals, assists and points in addition to plus/minus while setting a club record for goals by a rookie in one playoff year ... Had four multiple-point games, including career-high 2-1=3 efforts each Apr. 30 at Philadelphia and June 15 in Vancouver in game seven of the Stanley Cup Final ... Had a five-game playoff point streak from Apr. 27-May 6 (4-3=7 totals) ... Played his first NHL playoff game on Apr. 14 vs. Montreal, recorded his first NHL playoff point with an assist Apr. 16 vs. Montreal and scored his first NHL playoff goal Apr. 23 vs. Montreal.

2009-10: Split the season between Boston and Providence where he had 13-19=32 totals with 51 PIM in 34 AHL Bruins games ... Was given the Fan Appreciation Award as voted by the Providence fans ... Recalled twice to Boston, from Oct. 18-Nov. 19 and Mar. 5-end of season ... His longest games-played stretch in Boston was a nine-game span from Oct. 21-Nov. 7 ... Played his first NHL and Bruins game Oct. 21 vs. Nashville with his first NHL and Bruins point an assist in that game ... Did not dress for 13 Boston games (coach's decision).

2008-09: Played his first professional season with Boston's AHL affiliate in Providence ... Had 18-41=59 totals with 67 penalty minutes in 79 regular season games and added 7-8=15 totals and 26 PIM in 16 AHL playoff games ... The 59 points were second among all AHL rookies and he was named the team's top rookie.

JUNIORS: Played four seasons of junior hockey in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League with Moncton, Val d'Or and Halifax ... Had 102-146=248 totals with 319 penalty minutes in 245 career junior games ... Won a QMJHL championship with Moncton in 2006 ... Finished third in the Val d'Or scoring race in 2006-07 with career-high 33-47=80 totals ... Led the QMJHL in playoff scoring in 2007 with 16-24=40 totals in 20 Val d'Or post-season games ... Split the 2007-08 season between Val d'Or and Halifax and finished second in the Mooseheads scoring race with 73 combined points ... Added 3-16=19 totals in 14 playoff games in 2008.

INTERNATIONAL: Played for Team Canada in two World Junior Championships, winning Gold medals in both 2007 (2-0=2 totals and 2 PIM in six games) and 2008 (4-2=6 totals and 4 PIM in seven games).

TRANSACTIONS: Boston's fourth pick (third round), 71st overall, in the 2006 NHL Entry Draft.

ETC.: Full name, Bradley Kevin Marchand ... Nicknames, Marshy, Marchy, Squirrel ... Has missed 19 games over his five full NHL seasons, ten to injury/illness and nine to NHL suspensions ... His +95 plus/minus rating over the past four combined seasons ranks second to teammate Patrice Bergeron overall among all NHL players over that span ... Is one of just four Bruins in club history to lead the team in both goals and penalty minutes in the same season (Herberts, 1924-25; Tocchet, 1995-96; Thornton, 1999-2000; Marchand, 2014-15) ... Twitter, @Bmarch63.

CONTRACT STATUS: Is in year three of a four-year contract with an NHL cap figure of $4,500,000.

Game - Oct. 21, 2009 vs. Nashville
Goal - Nov. 3, 2010 at Buffalo
Assist/Point - Oct. 21, 2009 vs. Nashville