The soon-to-be 34-year old even pumped in more points with 32 on 16 goals and assists with a +11 rating, which was significantly better than his first campaign in Germany, which wasn’t so bad at 12-12-24 through 47 games.
He basically did ok here as well with 10 goals, 15 assists in 54 games.
Being a decently steady scorer he decided to seek ice overseas after a pair of 44 point seasons in the AHL while under contract to parent clubs.
By our count, he’s had a nice run of big league contracts from 2003/2004 through 2013/2014 and played in 103 NHL games and an eye-popping 652 in the minors.
There looks to be no stopping him from possibly playing 20 years of pro hockey.
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9th year Norfolk Admirals‘ veteran right wing Brandon Segal(26) is the perfect old school presence the team needs on the ice and in the locker room to help stabilize the mostly young group of players as they continue their push for a first Calder Cup Championship in 12 AHL seasons.
He was obtained in a minor league deal back in February for his second stint with the organization. He skated in 91 games with them just a couple of year ago from 2008 – 2009.
The soon to be 29-year old has played in 454 regular and postseason games including a trip to the finals with the other Admirals, Milwaukee in 2006.
He has appeared in 102 NHL games (11 goals, 11 assists) with 4 different teams including making his first appearance and most recent with the same team, Tampa Bay Lightning. In 12 games with the Bolts he’s yet to tally on the scoresheet.
Originally a 4th round pick by Nashville Predators in the 2002 draft (#102 overall), it’s unclear at the moment what will be next for the as of July 1 soon to be unrestricted free agent.