Markus Lauridsen (D)
Lake Erie Monsters
2013-14: Tallied 12 points (3g/9a) in 39 games for Lake Erie during his second professional seasonâ€¦Scored his first AHL goal on Nov. 26 against Uticaâ€¦Missed 29 games due to an injuryâ€¦Following the season, Lauridsen appeared in six games for Denmark at the 2014 IIHF World Championship in Minsk, Belarus. 2012-13: Began his first professional season with the Denver Cutthroats (CHL), where he tallied 15 points (6g/9a) in 30 gamesâ€¦Had a 10-day stint with Lake Erie from Nov. 6-16â€¦Recalled again by the Monsters on Jan. 8, Lauridsen spent the rest of the season in the AHLâ€¦Recorded 12 assists in 36 games with the Monstersâ€¦Signed with the Avalanche as a free agent on March 22â€¦Following the season, Lauridsen played in all seven games for Denmark at the 2013 IIHF World Championship (0g/1a). 2011-12: Helped the Green Bay Gamblers (USHL) to the Clark Cup championship, tallying four points (3g/1a) with a +10 rating in 11 playoff gamesâ€¦Ranked third among team blueliners with 30 points (6g/24a) and was +32 in 58 games during the regular season. 2010-11: Appeared in 44 games as a rookie with Green Bay (USHL)â€¦Helped Denmark to a gold medal at the IIHF World Junior Championship (Division 1). Other: Prior to joining Green Bay, Lauridsen played in Sweden for Linkoping J20 and J18 teams. Personal: Markusâ€™ brother, Oliver, was drafted by Philadelphia and made his NHL debut with the Flyers in 2012-13.