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Marco Scandella
Marco Scandella
Defenseman  - MIN
Number: 6
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 207
Shoots: Left
Born: Feb 23, 1990  (Age 24)
Birthplace: Montreal, QC, Canada
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Drafted: MIN / 2008 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 2nd (55th overall) PROSPECT BIO

*4th on team in blocked shots (102), T-5th in plus-minus (+10)
*Skated season-high 25:00 at LA (1/7)
*Tallied two assists for first career multi-point game vs. SJ (12/8)
*Recorded GWG with 1:48 left in regulation vs. CHI (12/5)
*Appeared in 100th career NHL game vs. MTL (11/1)
*Suffered sprained knee vs. TB (2/4) and missed three games

*Second trip to Stanley Cup Playoffs
*Led team defensemen in scoring with two points (1-1=2) and ranked T-3rd in blocked shots in 2013 Western Conference Quarterfinal Series vs. Chicago


Saw action in 20 NHL games with the Minnesota Wild, posting two assists and two PIM…Notched 19 points (3-16=19) and 17 PIM in 33 games with the Houston Aeros…Played in 20 playoff games with Houston, tallying eight points (2-6=8) and eight PIM.

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