Andy McDonald
Andy McDonald
Left Wing
NUMBER: 10
HEIGHT: 5' 10"
WEIGHT: 175
SHOOTS: Left
BIRTHDATE: 08/25/1977
BIRTHPLACE: Strathroy, ON, CAN
DRAFTED: undrafted

2008-09:
-- Tied a career-high by registering four points (1g, 3a) on March 6 at Tampa Bay.
-- Posted 26 points (9g, 17a) in 30 games since returning to the line-up on Feb. 10 vs. Vancouver.
-- Had points in 28 of his 46 games.
-- Ranked 3rd on the team in assists (29).
-- Notched 14 multi-point games this season, 12 two-point games, 1 three-point game and 1 four-point game.
-- Had 29 assists in 46 games.
-- Scored the game-winning goal in overtime on Nov. 14 at Chicago.
-- Tallied his 200th career NHL assist on Oct. 25 vs. Florida.
-- Tallied his 300th career NHL point on Oct. 13 at Toronto.

CAREER PLAYOFFS:
2008-09: Registered two points (1g, 1a), five shots and a plus-two rating in game three on April 19 vs. Vancouver ... Had four shots and won all six (100.0%) of his face-offs in game two on April 17 at Vancouver ... Recorded an assist in game one on April 15 at Vancouver.

2006-07: Finished second in the NHL in goal scoring and PPG ... also led team in goal scoring ... holds franchise record for most goals in a single postseason and most shots in a season (previously Joffrey Lupul in 2006 with nine goals and 62 shots) ... is T-5th on the Ducks all-time postseason scoring list (12-11=23, with Samuel Pahlsson)...collected 3-1=4 points, recording his first career hat trick (regular or postseason) and the second hat trick in club playoff history on April 25 vs. VAN in Game One of the CSF ... also tied a club record for most points by a Duck in a postseason contest (Joffrey Lupul, 4-0=4 points, 5/9/06 vs. COL) on Apr. 25 vs. VAN in Game One of the CSF...scored back-to-back goals (one minute apart) and recorded an assist with a +3 rating on June 4 @ OTT in Game Four of the SCF. 2005-06: Played in all of the team's 16 postseason contests, leading the team in faceoff win percentage (55.6)...scored a PPG in Game One of the WCF on May 19 vs. EDM ... Scored his first career playoff goal in Game Five of CQF on Apr. 29 vs. CGY.