Scott Jackson (D)
||Salmon Arm, BC
Draft: 2005, St. Louis, Round 2 (37th overall)
Acquired: Signed a three-year, entry-level contract with the Lightning on July 3, 2008
Made his pro/AHL/Admirals playoff debut on 04/15/11 at Wilkes-Barre/Scranton…Named an alternate captain for road games on 12/17/10…Suffered a lower-body injury on 10/23/10 at Albany and returned to the lineup on 11/20/10 vs. Adirondack after missing ten games…Scored his second career AHL goal and was a team-best +2 on 10/20/10 at Hartford.
2009-10: Made NHL debut on 04/11/10 with Tampa Bay at Florida and logged 13:44 of ice time…Recalled from loan by Tampa Bay (NHL) on 04/11/10 and finished the season with the Lightning…Appeared in one game with the Lightning…Scored his first AHL/Admirals goal on 02/17/10 at Hartford (Miikka Wiikman)…Sustained upper-body injury 01/02/10 at Adirondack; returned to lineup 01/22/10, missing six games.
2008-09: Suffered a lower-body injury on 02/21/09 vs. Binghamton and missed the final 23 games of 2008-09…Notched his first pro/AHL/Admirals multipoint game with two assists for #3 star 01/03/09 at Portland…Scored his first pro/ECHL goal – the game-winner – on 12/29/08 with Mississippi (ECHL) at Gwinnett (Josh Johnson) for first star honor…Recorded his first pro/AHL/Admirals point with an assist on 11/26/08 vs. Springfield…Made his pro/AHL/Admirals debut on 10/11/08 vs. Hershey.
2007-08: Ranks third all-time with 326 games played with Seattle (WHL) over 5+ seasons…Was second among Seattle defensemen with a +25 rating and was third in goals & points in 2007-08.
2006-07: Led all Seattle defensemen with a +21 rating and ranked second in scoring with Seattle in 2006-07…Ranked fifth overall in scoring and fourth in assists with Seattle in 2006-07.
2005-06: Was second on Seattle in defenseman scoring and tied for eighth overall on the team in 2005-06…Also ranked fourth overall on Seattle in assists in 2005-06.
2004-05: One of 44 players picked for Hockey Canada Development Camp, 2004 World Junior Championships.
2003-04: Seattle’s Defenseman of the Year and winner of the Scholastic Player of the Year award in 2003-04…Won a silver medal with Team Pacific at the 2003-04 U-17 World Championships.