Jamie Tardif (RW)
Signed a one-year, two-way NHL contract with the Buffalo Sabres as an unrestricted free agent on August 5, 2013.
2012-13: Appeared in two NHL contests with the Boston Bruins, recording one shot on goal while averaging 4:55 of ice time per gameâ€¦ Made his NHL debut against his hometown Toronto Maple Leafs on 2/02, earning 5:03 of ice over eight shiftsâ€¦ Completed his second season with the AHLâ€™s Providence Bruins, serving as an alternate captainâ€¦ Scored a team and career-high 30 goals and ranked fourth on the team with 45 points in 62 gamesâ€¦ Tied for fifth in the AHL in goalsâ€¦ Finished first on the team and fourth in the league with 13 power-play goalsâ€¦ Third on the team with 184 shotsâ€¦ Ranked third among Providence skaters in postseason scoring with 11 points on seven goals and four assists in 12 playoff appearancesâ€¦ Helped Providence to a franchise-best 50-21-5 record (105 points) as the Bruins captured the Macgregor Kilpatrick trophy as regular season champions and the Emile Francis Trophy as Atlantic Division championsâ€¦ Represented the host Providence Bruins at the 2013 AHL All-Star Classicâ€¦ Notched an assist and tallied five shots in the 2013 AHL All-Star Gameâ€¦ Recorded a season-long seven-game goal-scoring streak from 1/25 to 2/16, scoring eight goals over that spanâ€¦ Marked the AHLâ€™s second-longest goal-scoring streak in 2012-13â€¦ Also chipped in three assists during the impressive stretchâ€¦ Had a five-game point streak (6+2) from 12/07 to 12/15, including a hat trick against Springfield on 12/14â€¦ Began the campaign with a three-game point streak (1+2) from 10/12 to 10/19
His first season in Providenceâ€¦ Finished fifth on the team in scoring with 30 points (15+15) in 57 gamesâ€¦ Tied for second with seven power-play goalsâ€¦ Collected a season-low 28 PIMâ€¦ Collected five points (3+2) over three games from 2/12 to 2/18, including a season-high three-point outing (2+1) against Hershey on 2/17â€¦ Had a three-game goal-scoring streak (4+0) from 11/18 to 11/20â€¦ 2010-11: Appeared in 77 games in fifth season with Grand Rapids, setting career-highs in assists (27) and points (54)â€¦ Scored a team-high 27 goals, including 10 on the power-play, and placed tied for third in pointsâ€¦ Named Griffins team captain for the second straight seasonâ€¦ Finished tied for 17th in the AHL goal-scoring race and ranked ninth with three shorthanded talliesâ€¦ Paced Grand Rapids and ranked ninth among AHL leaders with 230 shots on goalâ€¦ Collected 13 multi-point games, including two three-point outingsâ€¦Tallied 10 points (4+6) through two separate three-game point streaks during a seven-game span, 2/19-3/05â€¦ Earned points in three of four games (4+1), 2/09-2/16â€¦ Missed three games (1/21-1/26) with an
injuryâ€¦ Notched four points (2+2) in four games, 1/13-1/18â€¦ Had a four-game point streak (2+4) from 12/11 to
12/17â€¦ Tied his career-high with three points (2+1) 11/27 at Chicago, which was the middle game of a three-game point streak (3+2) from 11/26 to 11/28â€¦ Posted a three-game goal-scoring streak (4+0) from 10/29 to 11/05â€¦ Netted a pair of goals in the Griffinsâ€™ 4-2 win over Manitoba on 10/30â€¦ Finished his career in Grand Rapids ranked fourth in games played (316), fourth in goals (78), eighth in points (154), seventh in power-play goals (22), fifth in shorthanded goals (5) and fourth in shots (832) on the franchiseâ€™s all-time listsâ€¦ 2009-10: Spent his first season as the Griffinsâ€™ captainâ€¦ Ranked among the teamâ€™s leaders with 16 goals (T-5th), 33 points (T-8th), 90 penalty minutes (3rd), six power-play goals (T-3rd) and five power-play assists (T-8th)â€¦ Matched his AHL career-highs for assists and PIM... Appeared in his 200th AHL game on 12/31â€¦ Netted his second hat trick as a Griffin vs. Abbotsford on 10/25â€¦ 2008-09: Notched 18 points on nine goals and nine assists in 55 games with the Griffinsâ€¦ Missed the final 16 games of the regular season due to injury but returned for the start of the Calder Cup Playoffsâ€¦ Added two goals and eight PIM in 10 postseason contestsâ€¦ Scored just eight seconds into the Griffinsâ€™ 3-1 win at Peoria on 12/30, setting franchise records for the fastest goal to start both a game and a periodâ€¦ 2007-08: His first full season with the Griffinsâ€¦ Appeared in all 80 games for Grand Rapids, setting a career-high and tying for the team leadâ€¦ Became one of 17 players in franchise history to play in every regular season contestâ€¦ Established then AHL career-highs and ranked among the Griffinsâ€™ leaders with 17 goals (4th), 17 assists (T-6th), 34 points (T-6th), 90 penalty minutes (3rd) and 246 shots (2nd), the last of which tied for the fifth-highest single-season total in franchise historyâ€¦ Ranked second on the team and 11th in the AHL with 246 shotsâ€¦ 2006-07: Made his AHL (with Manitoba) and Grand Rapids debutsâ€¦ Registered 15 points (9+6) and 18 PIM in 27 games with the Griffinsâ€¦ Also skated in two games for the Iowa Stars (AHL)â€¦ Became the third player in Griffins history to score three goals in one period by netting a natural hat trick during the second frame at Syracuse on 3/03â€¦ Appeared in two AHL playoff contests for Grand Rapidsâ€¦ Made his professional debut with the ECHLâ€™s Toledo Walleye, recording 30 points on 10 goals and 20 assists in just 34 gamesâ€¦ Played in the ECHL All-Star Game, scoring a goal for the American Conference in its 6-3 winâ€¦ 2005-06: Captained Peterborough to OHL and East Division championshipsâ€¦ Led the Petes with 40 goals and placed second with 69 points, both OHL career-highsâ€¦ Also set a personal-best with 108 PIM and tied another with 29 assistsâ€¦ During the playoffs, he tied for fourth on the team with six goalsâ€¦ 2004-05: Led Peterborough with 37 goals and ranked third with 65 pointsâ€¦ In the postseason, he placed second on the squad with eight goals and fifth with 11 pointsâ€¦ 2003-04: Ranked among the Petesâ€™ leaders with 25 goals (2nd), 28 assists (5th) and 53 points (2nd)â€¦ 2002-03: Finished third on Peterborough with 31 goals and 60 points, while his personal-best 29 assists ranked fourthâ€¦ Ranked among the teamâ€™s playoff leaders with three goals (T-2nd), four assists (T-3rd) and seven points (3rd)â€¦ 2001-02: Made his major junior debut for Peterboroughâ€¦ His 44 points (22+22) led all Petes rookies and ranked fifth overall on the club, while his 22 goals placed fourth... INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION: Won a gold medal with Team Canada at the 2003 World U-18 Championship in Russia, tallying five points (1+4) in seven games