Cam Paddock (C)
2008-09: Scored first three goals of the season on 10-11, 10-25 and 10-31...Picked up an assist and a goal on 11-8 and 11-12, respectively...Earned call-up to St. Louis on 11-13, making his NHL debut the next night, scoring first career NHL goal @ Chicago...Picked up an assist on 11-16 vs. Montreal and a goal on 12-11 @ Los Angeles before being sent back to Peoria on 12-19...Picked up four goals and six assists for the rest of the season
2007-08: Scored first AHL goal in season-opener, Oct. 6, 2007 vs IOW...Recorded 1st multiple point game of season, Dec. 29 vs HOU (1 goal, 1 assist)...Recorded 2nd multi-point game of season, Feb. 9 @ RCH (2 assists)...Played in 100th game with Rampage, Apr. 13 vs QC...12 goals, 13 assists and 25 points this season, all AHL career-highs...78 games played this season, new career-high
2006-07: Began season with the ECHL Phoenix...Earned a career-high four-point game (1G, 3A) on 11-14 vs. Las Vegas...Recorded two three-point games on 11-25 vs. Long Beach and 1-20 @ Idaho...Recorded career high 117 PIM in 46 games with the Roadrunners...Played in three playoff games for Phoenix, scoring his first pro playoff goal and point on 4-13 @ Las Vegas, notching another goal the next night...Appeared in 22 games for San Antonio...Recorded an assist on 12-27 vs. Omaha and 3-5 @ Milwaukee, the only two AHL points of the season
2005-06: Began season with ECHL Wheeling...Assisted on two goals on 10-30 @ Dayton, his first two points of the season...Scored first two goals of the season on 11-4 vs. Toledo...Assisted on two more goals two nights later vs. Victoria...Recorded twelve multi-point games throughout the season, including three games between 1-13 and 1-20 (2G, 4A)…Finished the season seventh on the team in the goals, assists, and points categories...Played in nine playoff games for Wheeling, but did not register a point...Appeared in four games with Wilkes-Barre/Scranton from 2-17 to 3-8
2004-05: Started his first full pro season with Wilkes-Barre/Scranton...Played in first eight games before being sent to Wheeling (ECHL)...Scored two goals vs. Johnstown on 11-17, his first of two two-goal games...Alternated between Wilkes-Barre and Wheeling throughout the month of December and beginning of January...Became a member of the Nailers for the remainder of the season on 1-14…Notched seven points (3G, 4A) in a three game span between 1-14 and 11-16...Had a four-game point streak (2G, 2A) between 2-4 and 2-11…Made it onto the score sheet twice on assists on 2-25 vs. Trenton...Had a five game point streak (1G, 4A) from 3-12 to 3-19…Finished fifth on the team in goals (11).
2003-04: Entered his fifth season as a member Kalowna Rockets...Was teammates with future Rivermen and Blues forward D.J. King...Scored first
goal of the season on 10-17 vs. Saskatoon...Earned four points (3G, 1A) in two games between 10-25 and 11-1, including two GWG and two PPG...Recorded ten points in the month of December (5G, 5A), including one GWG...Finished the regular season ranked third on the team with 17 goals, and fifth on the team with 22 assists and 39 points...Recorded three goals and four assists in the WHL playoffs, helping the team win the Memorial Cup…Made pro debut with the Wilkes-Barre Scranton Penguins on 10-8 vs. Norfolk
2002-03: Was a member of the Kalowna Rockets for the fourth time...Continued his opening night streak of special team goals, scored a PPG in the first game of the season on 9-20 vs. Portland...Earned six points (4G, 2A) in three games between 10-12 and 10-19...Went on a five game point streak, notching three goals and three assists from 11-9 to 11-24...Recorded his second career junior league hat-trick on 12-18 @ Calgary...His best month of the season came in December, where he earned 13 points (7G, 6A) in 15 games Recorded his third career junior league hat-trick on 3-8 vs. Tri-City...Also earned an assist in the game, making it the only four-point game for him during the season...Ended the regular season ranked third on the team in goals and tied for fifth in points...Earned a league-high ten-game point streak in the playoffs, notching five goals and eight assists from 4-9 vs. Spokane to 5-5 vs. Red Deer…Had his most successful career playoffs, earning 11 goals and 8 assists, ranking him second in goals scored and fifth in points on the team for the post-season...Helped the team capture the WHL Championship
2001-02: Third time’s a charm for Paddock, as he earns the most points of any player on the Kalowna Rockets for the season, his third year on the team...Scored a SHG in the opening game on 9-22 vs. Prince George...Scored a career-high five points (2G, 3A) on 11-3 @ Kamloops...Began is first of two five game point streaks on 12-2 vs. Portland and ending in a three-goal game @ Brandon on 12-15...During this first run, Paddock earned four goals and five assists...Began his second five-game point streak with a two goal game on 12-29 vs. Kamloops, ending it on another three-point night (1G, 2A) on 1-5 vs. Vancouver...After all if said in done, Paddock wrapped up the streak with seven goals and two assists...Would later earn a season-high six-game point streak, beginning on 2-10 @ Seattle and once again ending on a three-point (1G, 2A) night on 2-20 vs. Tri-City...Finished the streak with four goals and six assists...Earned a four-point night (1G, 3A) on 3-15 vs. Vancouver...Paddock continued his hot streak into the playoffs, leading the team to the Western Conference Finals with eight goals and six assists, including a five-point (2G, 3A) conference semifinal game vs. Spokane on 4-10
2000-01: Scored a PPG on opening night of his second season with the Kalowan Rockets...Registered two assists the next game vs. Prince George...Finished in the top ten in points on the team for the season and sixth in goals scored...Appeared in six postseason games
1999-00: Had a light rookie season with the Kalowan Rockets of the WHL...Registered two assists in his first game on 9-29 @ Kamloops, his only multi-point game of the season...Appeared in five postseason game.