Tim Kennedy
HEIGHT: 5' 10"
BIRTHDATE: 04/30/1986
DRAFTED: WSH: 2005-181 overall
USHL Second All-Star Team (2005) NCAA Championship All-Tournament Team (2007) CCHA Second All-Star Team (2008) AHL All-Rookie Team (2009) Traded to Buffalo by Washington for Buffalo's 6th round choice (Mathieu Perreault) in 2006 Entry Draft, July 30, 2005. Signed as a free agent by NY Rangers, August 30, 2010. Traded to Florida by NY Rangers with NY Rangers' 3rd round choice (Logan Shaw) in 2011 Entry Draft for Bryan McCabe, February 26, 2011. Traded to San Jose by Florida for Sean Sullivan, January 26, 2012. Signed as a free agent by Phoenix, July 11, 2013. Signed as a free agent by Washington, July 4, 2014.
2012-13 Highlights
Played in 13 games with SJS recording 2-0-2...Had 22 hits and one game-winning goal...Posted 13-24-37 and 14 penalty minutes in 37 games with Worcester (AHL)....His 24 assists ranked second on the team and his plus-8 rating also ranked second...Scored the GWG at STL, Feb. 19...Notched a goal at CHI, Feb. 15...Made his season debut on Feb. 12 at NSH...2013 Playoffs: Appeared in three Stanley Cup Playoff games...Played in one game of the WCQF against VAN and two games of the WCSF against LAK.

2011-12 Highlights
Skated in 27 games for FLA posting 1-1-2 in 27 games...Played in 53 AHL games with San Antonio and Worcester recording 13-27-40 and 44 penalty minutes...His 21 assists with Worcester ranked third best on the team...Added 13 power-play points (5-8-13)...Acquired by San Jose from Florida in exchange for Sean Sullivan on Jan. 26...Scored a goal vs. NYI, Oct. 22...Made his season debut with Florida on Oct. 20 vs. BUF.

2010-11 Highlights
Played six games with the Panthers and recorded 0-1-1...Posted 12-30-42 and 44 PIM in 53 games with Hartford (AHL) and 0-7-7 and eight PIM in 14 games with Rochester (AHL)...Made his Panthers debut on Mar. 8 vs. CHI...Traded to Florida along with a 2011 3rd round draft pick from the New York Rangers in exchange for defenseman Bryan McCabe on Feb. 26... Played in 100th AHL game on Dec. 21 at Manchester...Tallied 11 points (1-10-11) in 12 games in the month of November with Hartford.

2009-2010 Highlights
Played in a career-high 78 games, posting 10-16-26, 50 PIM and 98 shots with BUF...Had a four-game point streak (2-2-4) from Mar. 26-31...Scored a goal at CAR, Mar. 21...Collected 1-1-2 at ATL, Mar. 16...Scored a goal at PIT, Mar. 6...Had a goal vs. TOR, Jan. 8...Notched a pair of assists at STL, Dec. 27...Scored a goal at MTL, Dec. 14...Had a three-game point streak (2-1-3) from Nov. 28-Dec.3...Scored first career goal on Oct. 28 at New Jersey...Notched his first career NHL point (assist) on Oct. 10 at Nashville...2010 Playoffs: Played in all six of Buffalo’s playoff games...Posted three points (1-2-3) and four PIM...Scored his first career NHL playoff goal on Apr. 21 in Game 4 of the ECQF at BOS...Record his first career playoff point (assist) on Apr. 15 vs. BOS in Game 1 of the ECQF.

2008-2009 Highlights
Made NHL debut for BUF on Dec. 27 vs. NYI...Recorded 18-49-67 and 51 PIM in 73 games with Portland (AHL)...Tied for the team lead in points and ranked first in assists.

2007-2008 Highlights
Finished his career at Michigan State (CCHA) with 42-63-105 in 113 games...Recorded 20-23-43 in 42 games in his junior season to lead the Spartans in scoring...Tied for team lead in goals and assists...Second on the team in power-play goals (9)...Named CCHA Second Team All-Star.

2006-07 Highlights
Helped lead Michigan State to 2007 NCAA National Championship with two points (1-1-2) in a 3-1 victory over Boston College...Named to NCAA Championship All-Tournament team...Led the Spartans in scoring with 18-25-43 in 42 games as a sophomore...Led the team in power-play goals (10).

2005-06 Highlights
Recorded 4-15-19 in 29 games as a rookie with Michigan State.

2004-05 Highlights
Notched 30-31-61, 112 PIM and a plus-26 rating in 54 games with Sioux City (USHL)...Added 6-11-17 and 18 PIM in 13 playoff games.

2003-04 Highlights
Recorded 9-10-19 and 42 PIM in 56 games with Sioux City...Had 2-2-4 in seven playoff games.

International Career
2010: Played in six games and recorded 1-0-1 for Team USA at the IIHF World Championship in Germany.

Nickname is “TK”...Tim’s wife’s name is Janelle...Hockey idols are Steve Yzerman and Pat Lafontaine...Lists steak as his favorite food and Tragically Hip as his favorite band...Enjoys playing golf...Favorite hockey moment was his first NHL game in his hometown of Buffalo.