Barret Jackman
POSITION: Defenseman
HEIGHT: 6' 0"
BIRTHDATE: 03/05/1981
DRAFTED: STL: 1999-17 overall
Calder Memorial Trophy (1)

-- Ranked second in the NHL with 359:57 of shorthanded time.
-- Blocked nine shots on March 17 at Edmonton and posted at least one blocked shot in 70 of his 82 games.
-- Was one of four Blues to play in all 82 games.
-- Recorded a plus-3 rating on April 7 at Phoenix.
-- Posted a career-high 31:50 of ice time on Jan. 2 at Carolina.
-- Registered a 4-game assist streak (4A) from Dec. 30-Jan. 9, tying a career-high.
-- Recorded his 600th career PIM on Dec. 10 at Anaheim.

2008-09: Posted a plus-one rating in game three on April 17 vs. Vancouver ... Registered three blocked shots, four hits and had five penalty minutes in game two on April 15 at Vancouver ... Blocked two shots and recorded three shots in game one on April 15 at Vancouver.

2002-03: Skated in all seven post season contests, recording 14 penalty minutes, tying him for second on the team. 2001-02: Recalled by St. Louis for the playoffs, making his postseason debut on May 11 at Detroit.
2005-06: Named assistant captain for the 2005-06 season Ranked first on the team with 156 penalty minutes Tallied his first career overtime game-winning goal on Feb. 4 vs. Dallas Scored his first career multi-goal game on Nov. 26 vs. Columbus Collected his 300th career NHL penalty minute on Jan. 4 vs. Nashville Skated in his 100th career NHL game on Oct. 15 vs. Nashville Suffered a broken jaw on March 20 at Nashville missing the final 16 games of the regular season Missed 19 games due to injury.

CAREER: 2004-05: Played in 28 games with the Missouri River Otters of the United Hockey League, collecting 20 points (3g, 17a) along with 61 penalty minutes Ranked third on the team among defensemen with 20 points (3g, 17a) Finished third on the team with a plus-10 ranking.
2003-04: Missed the majority of the season with a separated shoulder, only appearing in 15 games Registered three points (1g, 2a) along with 41 penalty minutes Notched his 200th career penalty minute on Oct. 16 at Nashville, while recording a career-high 20 penalty minutes. 2002-03: Was awarded the NHL's Calder Memorial Trophy (National Hockey League's most outstanding rookie), becoming the first Blue in franchise history to capture the award Was named to the 2002-03 NHL All-Rookie Team, becoming the fourth Blue to be named Was the only NHL rookie and Blues' player to skate in all 82 games Led all rookies in average ice-time, playing 20:04 per game Finished first on the team and was second among NHL rookies, posting a plus-23 rating Ranked first among NHL defensemen, eighth in the NHL and second on the team with 190 penalty minutes Was tied for 11th among NHL rookies with 16 assists Recorded a career-high three assists while posting a plus-four rating on Feb. 17 vs. Calgary Notched a career- high 19 penalty minutes on March 29 vs. Detroit Recorded his first career NHL goal on Nov. 3 at the N.Y. Rangers Tallied his first career multi-point game, notching a goal and an assist on Dec. 8 at Detroit Assisted on the game-winning goal in overtime on Oct. 26 at Calgary. Playoffs: Skated in all seven post season contests, recording 14 penalty minutes, tying him for second on the team. 2001-02: Was recalled on April 13 and made his NHL debut on April 14 at Detroit Spent the season with Worcester prior to his recall Named to the 2001-02 AHL All-Rookie Team Was named Worcester's Rookie of the Year Skated in 75 games, collecting 14 points (2g, 12a) and 266 penalty minutes His 266 penalty minutes ranked first on the club Tied for first on the team appearing in 75 games Tied for third on the club posting a plus-22 rating. Playoffs: Recalled by St. Louis for the playoffs, making his postseason debut on May 11 at Detroit.

JUNIOR CAREER: Played four seasons with the Regina Pats of the Western Hockey League, collecting 139 points (28g, 111a) and 796 penalty minutes Was named to the 2000 WHL East Second All-Star Team Ranked third on the team in penalty minutes during the 1999-2000 season, registering 175 penalty minutes Led the team with 259 penalty minutes during the 1998-99 season Ranked second on Regina, recording 224 penalty minutes in his rookie season with Regina Named the youngest captain in Regina Pats history.

BACKGROUND: Nickname is "Jacks" Is a program designer and instructor along with teammates Bryce Salvador and Jamal Mayers for the Hockey Academy of St. Louis, which offers instruction designed to develop every aspect of a hockey player's game Put on his first pair of skates at age two Is a baseball and basketball fan Favorite movie is "Dumb and Dumber" Most memorable hockey moment was playing his first NHL season in 2002-03.

TRANSACTIONS: June 26, 1999 - St. Louis' first choice, 17th overall.