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Position  Left Wing
Name  Andrew Ladd
Spouse  Brandy Johnson (m. 2011)
Playing career  2005–present
Weight  93 kg

National team  Canada
Height  1.91 m
Shoots  Left
Role  Ice hockey player
Salary  4.5 million USD (2014)
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Born  December 12, 1985 (age 30) Maple Ridge, BC, CAN (1985-12-12)
NHL team Former teams  Winnipeg Jets Carolina Hurricanes Chicago Blackhawks Atlanta Thrashers
NHL Draft  4th overall, 2004 Carolina Hurricanes
Current team  Winnipeg Jets (#16 / Left wing)
Similar People  Blake Wheeler, Dustin Byfuglien, Bryan Little, Ondrej Pavelec, Paul Maurice

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Andrew Locklan Ladd (born December 12, 1985) is a Canadian professional ice hockey winger and an alternate captain for the New York Islanders in the National Hockey League (NHL). He was originally drafted in 2004 by the Carolina Hurricanes and won the Stanley Cup with them in 2006. He won the Stanley Cup a second time in 2010 with the Chicago Blackhawks. From 2011 to his trade from the team in 2016, Ladd was the captain of the Atlanta Thrashers/Winnipeg Jets.


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Playing career

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Ladd began his junior hockey career with the Coquitlam Express. He then progressed to the major junior Western Hockey League (WHL) with the Calgary Hitmen after being traded from the Vancouver Giants for Jamison Orr. He recorded 75 points in his rookie season, tops among first-year players and 15th in league scoring. His +39 plus/minus led the league, earning him the WHL Plus-Minus Award. In the off-season, Ladd was drafted in the first round, 4th overall by the Carolina Hurricanes in the 2004 NHL Entry Draft.

Carolina Hurricanes and Chicago Blackhawks

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Ladd turned pro after two seasons with the Hitmen in 2005–06 with the Lowell Lock Monsters, the Hurricanes' American Hockey League (AHL) affiliate. He was called up to the Hurricanes in November, making his NHL debut, but soon suffered a knee injury in December which sidelined him until February. Ladd was assigned back to the Lowell Lock Monsters until March when he was recalled to join the Hurricanes for their playoff run. He contributed 5 points in 17 post-season games helping the Hurricanes to their first Stanley Cup championship.

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The following season, in 2006–07, Ladd solidified a roster spot with the Hurricanes, but suffered an injury for a second straight season, undergoing an emergency appendectomy on December 14, 2006. He finished the campaign with 21 points in 65 games. In the midst of his third NHL season, Ladd was dealt to the Chicago Blackhawks at the trade deadline on February 26, 2008, in exchange for Tuomo Ruutu. By joining the Blackhawks, Ladd was reunited with three former minor hockey teammates, Troy Brouwer, Brent Seabrook and Colin Fraser, who all played together with the Pacific Vipers. In a game against the Detroit Red Wings on March 7, 2010, Ladd scored his first NHL hat trick.

Atlanta Thrashers/Winnipeg Jets

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On July 1, 2010, in a salary-cap move, Ladd was traded to the Atlanta Thrashers in exchange for defenseman Ivan Vishnevskiy and Atlanta's second-round choice in the 2011 NHL Entry Draft, joining Dustin Byfuglien, Ben Eager, and Brent Sopel, who had been traded from the Blackhawks a week earlier. During the 2010–11 season, on November 18, Ladd was named as the captain of the Thrashers, with Byfuglien and Tobias Enström as alternates. Ladd was awarded the team MVP award at the completion of the season. On July 5, 2011, Ladd signed a 5-year, US$22 million contract with the Jets.

Return to Chicago

In the 2015–16 season, in the final year of his contract and with the Jets out of playoff contention, on February 25, 2016, Ladd was traded back to the Blackhawks, along with Jay Harrison and Matt Fraser, in exchange for Marko Dano and a 2016 1st-round draft pick. Ladd appeared in 19 games for the Blackhawks, where he recorded eight goals and four assists. He generally skated with captain Jonathan Toews on the team's first line. Ladd also played in all seven of the Blackhawks postseason games, tallying one goal and one assist.

New York Islanders

On July 1, 2016, Ladd signed as a free agent to a 7-year $38.5 Million contract with the New York Islanders.

Despite hoping to replace the Islanders losses of Kyle Okposo and Frans Nielsen to free agency, Ladd struggled in his first few games with the Islanders, going his first 5 games without a point, and his first 12 games without a goal. The subpar performance of Ladd and other Islanders players led to the mid-season firing of head coach Jack Capuano on January 17, 2017. At the time of the firing, Ladd had 8 goals and 4 assists in 40 games. But under new head coach Doug Weight, Ladd's performance increased, with Ladd scoring 15 goals in the next 38 games, and finished the season with 23 goals, 8 assists, and 31 points in 78 games played.

International play

During his junior career, Ladd played for Team Canada at the 2005 World Junior Championships in Grand Forks, North Dakota where he was joined by former minor hockey and future Chicago Blackhawks teammates Colin Fraser and Brent Seabrook. The trio helped Canada win their first gold medal of a five-year championship run. He was chosen as an alternative captain for team Canada at the 2011 IIHF tournament.


  • Won the WHL Plus-Minus Award in 2004
  • Won the WHL Top Draft Prospect Award in 2004
  • Won a World Junior Championships gold medal with Canada in 2005
  • Won a Stanley Cup with the Carolina Hurricanes in 2006
  • Won a Stanley Cup with the Chicago Blackhawks in 2010
  • References

    Andrew Ladd Wikipedia

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