Brandon Davidson

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#88

  • DOB: 8/21/1991
  • Ht: 6-2
  • Wt: 209
  • Shoots: L
  • Hometown: Taber, AB
  • Drafted: Edmonton OIlers' sixth-round selection (162nd overall) in the 2010 NHL Draft

ACQUIRED
Signed a one-year contract as a free agent with the Buffalo Sabres on October 9, 2020.

LAST SEASON
2019-20:
Appeared in a combined 12 NHL games for the Calgary Flames and San Jose Sharks ... Spent majority of the season with the AHL’s Stockton Heat, where set a pro career-high with 20 points (3+17) in only 34 games ... Led all Stockton defensemen in points-per-game ... Logged a 17:37 of ice time at Chicago on 3/11 ... Made his Sharks’ debut on 3/03 vs. Toronto ... Dressed in seven games for the Flames before being acquired by San Jose on 2/24 ... Totaled six points on one goal and five assists over a season-long six-game point streak from 10/18 to 11/02 ... Notched a season-high three points (1+2) and was plus-3 in a 5-3 win over San Diego on 10/12

CAREER
2018-19:
Recorded one assist in 10 games with the Chicago Blackhawks and tallied one goal in six appearances for the Rockford IceHogs (AHL) ... Netted the game-winner in Rockford’s 5-2 win over San Antonio on 2/17 ... Notched his lone assist of the season vs. Tampa Bay on 10/21

2017-18: Totaled seven points (4+3) over a 51-game slate split between the Montreal Canadiens, Edmonton Oilers and N.Y. Islanders ... Acquired by the Islanders on 2/24, joining the team for the final stretch of the season with two points (1+1) in 15 games ... Picked up his first NHL multi-goal game by scoring twice and was named the game’s first star against Calgary on 1/25 ... Collected one assist in 13 appearances with the Canadiens before being claimed off waivers by Edmonton on 12/03 for a second stint with the Oilers

2016-17: Collected three assists over 38 games with Edmonton and Montreal ... Appeared in his 100th NHL game vs. Tampa Bay on 4/07 ... Made his NHL postseason debut with three games for the Canadiens in 2017

2015-16: Spent his first full season in the NHL with Edmonton, recording 11 points on four goals and seven assists in a career-high 51 games ... Led all Oilers with a plus-7 on-ice rating ... Tallied his first NHL multi-point game with a goal and an assist vs. the N.Y. Islanders on 2/28 ... Earned a season-high 26:32 of ice time at Anaheim on 2/26 ... Notched his first NHL assist vs. Chicago on 11/18 ... Closed out the month of October with goals in back-to-back games against Montreal on 10/29 and Calgary on 10/31

2014-15: Appeared in 12 games with the Oilers, making his NHL debut at Anaheim on 12/10 before scoring his first NHL goal at Colorado on 3/30 ... Had 10 points (4+6) in 55 games for the Oklahoma City Barons (AHL), ranking fourth in scoring amongst team defensemen ... Third among all Barons blueliners with 97 shots ... Tallied three points (1+2) over Oklahoma City’s final four games of December ... Added two points (1+1) in 10 playoff contests while leading the Barons to the second round of the playoffs for the third time in four years

2013-14: Had a bounce-back year with 13 points (5+8) in 68 games for Oklahoma City ... Finished third among all Barons defensemen with five goals and ranked fourth in points and shots (86) ... Recorded his first pro multi-goal game, including the game-winner, and was plus-3 with three shots in a 6-5 win over San Antonio on 3/02 ... Had one assist in three postseason appearances

2012-13: Recipient of the 2013 Fred T. Hunt Memorial Trophy following his first full pro season as the AHL player who best exemplifies the qualities of sportsmanship, determination and dedication to hockey ... Appeared in only 26 games for Oklahoma City and 11 more for the ECHL’s Stockton Thunder after missing more than three months of the season because of cancer treatment ... Added 16 assists in 17 Calder Cup Playoff contests ... Netted his first AHL goal in a 4-2 win at Peoria on 3/29 to begin a three-game point streak (2+1) ... Scored twice in his ECHL debut against Stockton on 2/15, the start of an 11-game conditioning assignment ... Totaled 12 points (7+5) with ECHL Stockton, including goals in four straight games and three multi-point outings over that span ... Recorded his first pro point with an assist against Texas on 10/28 ... Made his season debut at Lake Erie on 10/12

2011-12: Named to the Western Hockey League’s Eastern Conference Second All-Star Team after a 49-point campaign as the captain of the Regina Pats in his final junior season ... Paced all Pats defensemen and ranked third overall in team scoring ... Tied for 13th among all league defensemen in assists and points ... Posted 10 multi-point games ... Appeared in one game for the Oklahoma City Barons (AHL), making his professional debut at Houston on 4/10 ... Made his pro playoff debut in Game 6 of the first-round series at Hamilton on 4/24 ... Opened the season with six assists through his first three games

2010-11: Ranked third among Regina skaters and tied for 11th among all WHL defensemen with a career-high 52 points (8+44) in 72 games

2009-10: Selected as Regina’s Rookie of the Year in after leading the team’s rookies with 34 points and ranking third among all Pats with 33 assists

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Player Stats

Regular Season
SeasonTeamGPGAPTS+/-PIMPPGSHGSOGGWGFOWPTS/G
2021-22 Regular SeasonROC101105004001.00
2020-21 Regular SeasonROC200000007000.00
2019-20 Regular SeasonSTK34317206191078000.59
2018-19 Regular SeasonRFD6101050013100.17
2014-15 Regular SeasonOKC55461010430097200.18
2013-14 Regular SeasonOKC685813-5580086200.19
2012-13 Regular SeasonOKC262354140036000.19
2010-11 Regular SeasonOKC100010001000.00
total1931535501614410322500.26
Playoffs
SeasonTeamGPGAPTS+/-PIMPPGSHGSOGGWGFOWPTS/G
2015 Calder Cup PlayoffsOKC10112-2121025000.20
2014 Calder Cup PlayoffsOKC301110003000.33
2013 Calder Cup PlayoffsOKC17066-120023000.35
2011 Calder Cup PlayoffsOKC1000-10002000.00
total31189-3141053000.29