Marc Methot
Marc Methot
Senators - Defenceman
NUMBER: 3
HEIGHT: 6' 3"
WEIGHT: 230
SHOOTS: Left
BIRTHDATE: 21/06/1985
AGE: 28
BIRTHPLACE: Ottawa, ON, CAN
DRAFTED: CBJ: 2003-168 overall
 
2012-13: Made his Senators debut, skating in 23:54 time-on-ice and registering his first point as a Senator with an assist on Jan. 19 at Winnipeg (4-1 win) ... Skated in the 300th game of his NHL career on March 8 at N.Y. Rangers (3-2 win) … Had two multi-point games (Jan. 24 at Florida and March 23 vs. Tampa Bay – two assists in each game) … Missed one game (March 21 vs. Boston, 2-1 loss) with a right knee injury ... Established a new career high in ranking third among Senators in averaging 22:13 time-on-ice this season ... Led Senators with 81 blocked shots and ranked second among Ottawa players (and seventh among NHL defencemen) with 130 hits ... Made his second career appearance in the playoffs, playing in all 10 of Ottawa’s games, scoring once and adding four assists ... Recorded first NHL playoff point, an assist, at Montreal on May 2, 2013 (4-2 win); also tallied his first career post-season goal (the game-winner) in that contest. 2011-12: Set a career high and ranked fifth on the club in ice time (20:03) … Missed one game (Oct. 18) due to an injury suffered Oct. 15 at Dallas … Missed five games due to an injury suffered Oct. 21 at Detroit … On Nov. 25 vs. Buffalo, scored his first goal since March 15, 2010, a span of 101-games … Missed two games Jan. 31-Feb. 1 due to an injury suffered Jan. 24 at Tampa Bay … Missed the season’s final 28 games due to broken jaw suffered Feb. 9 vs. Dallas. 2010-11: Set career highs in assists (15), penalty minutes (58) and games played (74) … Ranked second on the club in hits (176) and was third in blocked shots (98) … Played 20 or more minutes in 39 games … Played a season-high 25:43 of ice time vs. Montreal (11/2/10) … Played the 200th game of his NHL career vs. Chicago (2/1/11) … Represented Canada at the 2011 World Hockey Championship … Was scoreless with two penalty minutes and was +2 in seven games. 2009-10: Ranked second on the club in hits (150) … Played the 100th game of his NHL career vs. Calgary (10/13/10). 2008-09: Set career highs in goals (4) and points (17) … Scored the first goal of his NHL career and added an assist for his (first?) multi-point game at Nashville (10/18/08) … Made his Stanley Cup playoffs debut in Game 1 of the Western Conference quarter-finals at Detroit (4/16/09). 2007-08: Appeared in nine games with Columbus … Played 66 games with Syracuse (AHL) … Set AHL career highs in goals (7) and penalty minutes (130). 2006-07: Played in 20 games with Columbus … Made his NHL debut vs. Nashville (2/25/07) … Collected his first career NHL point with an assist (Sergei Fedorov goal) at Dallas … Played 58 games with Syracuse. 2005-06: Played first professional season with Syracuse (AHL) … Set career high in games played (70) … Appeared in five playoff games with the Crunch. 2004-05: Set career highs in goals (4) and points (16) in 67 games with London (OHL). 2003-04: Was +39 in 63 games with London … Helped the Knights win the Memorial Cup championship. 2002-03: Played his first season with London.