|Kevin L. Todd
Height: 5' 10", Weight: 180 pounds
Born: 5.4.68 Winnipeg, Mantioba
|How he arrived: Via Entry Draft
How he left: Traded to the Edmonton Oilers with Zdeno Ciger for Bernie Nicholls, 1.13.93
|Regular Season Statistics with the Franchise
Stats in bold signifies team leader.
Todd had a lot of playmaking skills. He was an AHL First Team All-Star, and had become known as a power play
So it was no surprise that he did well in his rookie year, particularly when he set the team record for most points in a
season by a rookie that year.
What did surprise was his play in his sophomore year. Only 10 points in 30 games, and (I don't remember offhand, but
I'm guessing with this next point.) questionable grit in his play lead him to be shipped to Edmonton.
He would continue to bounce around to relatively short stays in Chicago, LA, and Anaheim. He was out of the NHL by
1998, never having duplicated that rookie year.
During that season, he played for Long Beach of the IHL, and followed that with a year in Switzerland before retiring
He returned to Utica after retirement and opened a sports store, which he sold later on after it became successful.
|Entry Draft: 1986 Seventh Round Pick (129th overall) by the
New Jersey Devils
|Playoff Statistics with the Franchise