Kevin Marshall (D)
2011-12: Played 32 games with the AHL's Adirondack Phantoms, registering five points (two goals, three assists)...Made his NHL debut with Philadelphia
on November 21 vs. Carolina, earning 14:11 of ice time...Appeared in 10 games with the Flyers, going scoreless...Acquired from the Flyers by
Washington in exchange for Matthew Ford on February 2...Appeared in 31 games with HERSHEY, posting one assist, 61 penalty minutes and an
even plus-minus efficiency rating...Was the longest-tenured member of the Adirondack Phantoms prior to being traded (185 games).
2010-11: Appeared in all but two regular-season games with the Phantoms, posting 14 points (three goals, 13 assists)...Finished second on the squad with 120 penalty minutes.
2009-10: Attended the Philadelphia Flyers training camp…Assigned to Adirondack on September 21…Made his professional debut on October 3 in the season opener vs. Worcester…Recorded his first career professional point by scoring the game-winning goal in the third period on October 16 vs. Hershey…Scored his second goal of the year and recorded his first career pro fighting major on November 21 at Wilkes-Barre/Scranton…Suffered an injury on November 28 at Hershey and missed the next four games…Returned to action on December 11 at Syracuse.
2008-09: Played his fourth season in the QMJHL, his first with the Quebec Remparts…Led the team in goals by a defenseman (nine) and was second among blue-liners in points (38)…Helped Quebec reach the 2009 QMJHL semifinals before losing to Shawinigan in five games.
CAREER: Played four years of junior hockey for Lewiston and Quebec of the QMJHL…In 257 career QMJHL games, has recorded 116 points (26 goals, 90 assists) and 521 penalty minutes…Played in 46 career QMJHL playoff games, scoring 21 points (two goals, 19 assists) and recording 96 penalty minutes…Won the 2007 QMJHL Championship with Lewiston, storming through the post season with a 16-1 record…Played with the MAINEiacs in the 2007 Memorial Cup in Vancouver, losing to Plymouth in the round-robin tie-breaker game.