Height: 6' 3", Weight: 205 pounds
Born: 12.28.86 Sterling, Michigan
|How he arrived: Via Entry Draft
How he left: Traded to the San Jose Sharks with Michael Swift for Jay Leach and Steve Zalewski,
|Regular Season Statistics with the Franchise
Stats in bold signifies team leader.
Davis got the call in an emergency situation, with injuries being prevalent in the November days for both New Jersey
and Lowell. He got in because first choice Matt Halischuk, who had been brought up for a game himself before being
returned to the baby Devils, went down with a knee injury himself.
From what I've read about him, he has the size and offensive to be a decent power forward. Give his defensive game an
upgrade, and he'll be a good well-rounded player.
A need to upgrade defense in Albany, though, was what lead to him being traded. He finished the season in Worcester
(tallying only 8 points in 26 games) before he signed to play for Wolfsburg in Germany for 11-12.
following that season, he had one in the KHL (with CSKA) before taking his services to Finland. Even then, he had
played for a different team each season: (in order) SaiPa, Karpat, and KalPa.
He had rejoined SaiPa with plans to play in 16-17, but EliteProspects had listed him as "timeout from hockey."
... Whatever that means. I don't know if that means retired or taking a year off. They did point out that it's from an
|Entry Draft: 2005 Fourth Round Pick (99th overall) by the
New Jersey Devils