Has notched 18 points (8-10=18) and 359 PIM in 153 NHL games in three seasons with San Jose and Minnesota…Has recorded three GWG.
Set new career-highs in goals (4), assists (5), points (9), games played (71) and PIM (173)...Ranked ninth in the NHL in PIM and tied for 10th with 15 majors...His PIM total was the fourth highest in team history…Ranked tied for fourth on team in hits (133)...Recorded fourth goal of season vs. DAL (4/10) to set new-career high...Skated season-high 10:25 at VAN (4/7)...Tallied three points (2-1=3) in three-game stretch (3/31-4/3)...Tallied first career two-point effort (1-1=2) at DET (4/3)...Also set career-high with five shots...Potted GWG vs. EDM (3/31)...Tallied first goal of season and fighting major vs. CBJ (3/19)...Collected assist vs. BUF (3/6) to set new career-high for assists in a season with four...Recorded season-high seven hits vs. STL (2/12)…Notched career-high 19 PIM in 9:00 of ice-time at EDM (1/18)...Appeared in 100th career
game vs. NYR (11/20).
Tallied six points (3-3=6) to go along with 110 PIM in 47 games with San Jose…Ranked second on team in PIM…Recorded his first career power play point with a power play assist vs. CGY (1/18)…Registered a career high 17 PIM at CBJ (11/4)…Tallied GWG at CAR (11/1/09)…Missed 19 games due to a facial injury (11/17-12/31).
Recorded three points (1-2=3) and 76 PIM in 35 games...Ranked third on team in PIM…Logged career high 13:25 TOI vs. COL (3/22)…Named No. 3 star as he registered three shots, two hits and a fighting major (Jordin Tootoo) vs. Nashville (3/19)...Scored his first career goal and had nine penalty minutes vs. EDM (1/9) ...Registered first career point (an assist) at Nashville (11/17)...Made NHL debut and picked up a fighting major in his first NHL shift (Nathan McIver) at Anaheim (10/17)…Registered five assists and 130 PIM in 38 games for Worcester (AHL)…Collected two assists and 15 PIM in 10 playoff games for Worcester.
Tallied 20 points (6-14=20) in 73 games for Worcester…Ranked second on team with 195 PIM…Recorded two PPG…Split time between forward and defense…Had a Gordie Howe Hat Trick with a goal, two assists and a fight at Lowell (3/14).
Notched five points (1-4=5) and finished second on Worcester in PIM (137) in 51 games…Ranked first on team in PIM per game (2.69)…Scored his first professional goal vs. Houston (1/24)…Appeared in five playoff games.
Recorded five assists and led Cleveland (AHL) and ranked fourth among league rookies with 245 PIM in 71 contests…Registered his first professional point with an assist vs. Rochester (11/3)…Made his professional debut vs. Rochester (10/8).
Split season between Sault-Ste. Marie and Ottawa (OHL), combining for 26 points (7-19=26) and 181 PIM in 70 matches…Ranked tied for ninth in the OHL in PIM…Ranked tied for first amongst league defensemen in scoring with 20 points (6-14=20) in 21 playoff games…Second in OHL with 70 PIM and third with a +14 rating in playoffs.
Recorded 24 points (6-18=24) and 140 PIM in 66 games with Sault-Ste. Marie…Ranked tied for sixth on team in assists, eighth in points and second in PIM…Fourth in plus/minus (+5).
Collected eight points (2-6=8) in 55 games with Sault-Ste. Marie…Ranked fourth on the team in PIM (116)…Tied for fourth on team with an even plus/minus rating…Skated in four playoff games.
Completed rookie season with three assists and 46 PIM in 45 games for the Greyhounds…Appeared in three playoff contests.
Acquired by Minnesota from San Jose in exchange for a fifth round pick in the 2010 NHL Entry Draft (Freddie Hamilton), Jun. 21, 2010; Signed by San Jose as a free agent, Sep. 19, 2005.
Brad Staubitz is single and resides in Sarnia, Ont. during the offseason…Lists boating, fishing, golfing and reading as his favorite hobbies…First job was as a pizza deliveryman…Would most like to meet Mantracker…Lists the lakes as his favorite aspect of Minnesota…Would be an entrepreneur if not playing hockey…Listens to hip hop music before games…Favorite food is barbecue steak with goat cheese…Lists “Seinfeld” as his favorite television show and water sports as his favorite sports other than hockey.