Mathieu Dandenault
POSITION: Defenceman
HEIGHT: 6' 0"
BIRTHDATE: 03/02/1976
DRAFTED: DET: 1994-49 overall

Scored a goal in 2 consecutive games, March 29 at TOR and April 1 at OTT... Had his 2nd most productive season with 9 goals (10 in 2000-01)...
2006-07: Had one goal, three shots on goal and +3 plus/minus rating on February 1, in Pittsburgh… Missed 12 games (from October 17 to November 13) with a thigh injury… Missed two games (December 19 and 21) with a hand injury… 2005-06: One of two Canadiens’ players to play in all 82 games… Tied a personal best with 15 regular-season assists… Third among Canadiens’ players with a plus/minus rating of +8… Had a three-game point-scoring streak (1-2-3)… Totaled 7 points (4-3), 21 shots on goal and posted a +7 plus/minus rating 16 games in March… Tied a personal best by collecting three points (in six games) during the playoffs... 2003-04: Missed 17 games with various injuries... Scored game-winning goal 4/29 (round 2, game 4 of the playoffs) at Calgary… 2002-03: Missed 8 games with an eye injury (12/14 - 12/29)... Posted a +9 plus/minus rating during the World Championships… 2001-02: Appeared in 81 regular season games matching his career high... Scored career-high two power play goals for the second consecutive season... Finished season with three game-winning goals....Played in all 23 (career high) of Detroit’s 2002 playoff games scoring a shorthanded goal 4/25 vs Vancouver... 2000-01: Set career-highs in goals (10), assists (15), points (25) and PPG (2)... Scored first career game-winning goal 12/23 at Boston... Played in all six of Detroit’s first round playoff games vs. Los Angeles notching an assist in Game One… 1999-2000: Appeared in career high 81 games... 1998-99: Finished with second best plus/minus rating on Red Wings team, at +17... 1997-98: Collected six points (2-4) and had a +5 plus/minus rating in a four-game span (from 10/20 through 10/26)... Played in first three games of Round 1 vs. Phoenix, scoring a PPG in Game 2... Youngest player on both of Detroit’s 1997 and 1998 Stanley Cup Championship teams... 1996-97: Posted 12 points for second consecutive season... 1995-96: First career two-goal game on 12/02 in Montreal... 1994-95: Led Sherbrooke (QMJHL) in goals (37), assists (70), points (107) and ranked 9th in league scoring.