Played 69 games combined with Dallas and Minnesota, totaling 6-7-13 and 139 PIM…Began the season with Dallas, recording 0-2-2 and 33 PIM in 11 games…Claimed off waivers by the Wild on Nov. 22 and registered 6-5-11 and 106 PIM in 58 games with the club…Established new career-highs in goals (6) and PP goals (2)…Ranked 2nd on team with 139 PIM…Tallied second PPG of season and new career-high sixth goal vs. CGY, Apr. 3…Recorded goal and 12 PIM vs. VAN, Mar. 28…Notched fourth goal of season and skated season-high 16:54 at EDM, Mar. 24…Whistled for 900th career PIM at VAN, Mar. 21…Scored third goal of season (first career PP marker) at TB, Feb. 27… Played in 400th career NHL game vs. NSH, Feb. 17…Had assist and was career-best +3 vs. PHX, Jan. 13…Scored first goal in 48 games and was +2 at DET, Jan. 10…Made Wild debut vs. VAN, Nov. 23…Collected his first point of the season with an assist vs. SJ, Oct. 29…2008 Playoffs: Appeared in six playoff games for Minnesota, recording 1-1-2 and 16 PIM…Scored a goal in Game 1 of the Western Conference Quarterfinal vs. COL, Apr. 9.
2006-07: Began the season in Anaheim and registered three assists and 36 PIM in 10 games for the Ducks before being traded to Philadelphia…In 48 games with the Flyers, he collected 3-8-11 and 84 PIM…Recorded two assists at CAR, Dec. 31…Collected a goal and an assist vs. NJ, Dec. 2…Traded to Philadelphia from Anaheim on Nov. 13 in exchange for a fourth round draft pick in the 2007 Entry Draft…Collected two assists vs. EDM, Oct. 25…Appeared in his 300th career NHL game vs. NYI (10/11)…2005-06: Appeared in 76 games for Anaheim, recording 4-19-23 and 174 PIM…Set career-highs in games played (76), assists (19) and points (23)…Ranked 6th in the NHL in PIM (174), which also led the Ducks…Collected a six-game point and assist streak (10/21-11/1)…2006 Playoffs: Appeared in 12 playoff games for Anaheim and collected 16 PIM…2004-05: Spent the season with the Philadelphia Phantoms (AHL), recording 4-12-16 and 142 PIM in 42 games while helping to lead them to the Calder Cup Championship…Appeared in 16 playoff games, posting 2-2-4 with 33 PIM…Scored his first-ever playoff goal on vs. Norfolk, Apr. 23…Collected three second period assists in his 300th professional game vs. Hershey, Feb. 25…2003-04: Recorded 1-4-5 and 136 PIM in 49 games with the Philadelphia Flyers…Ranked 2nd on the club in PIM (136)…Appeared in his 200th career NHL game vs. MTL, Jan. 20…Scored his first career GWG at TOR, Jan. 17…Missed seven games while recovering from surgery to repair a fracture to his left cheekbone (11/13-28)…2004 Playoffs: Played in one postseason contest for the Flyers…2002-03: Played in 63 games in his third season with Philadelphia and third in the NHL, tallying 1-5-6 and 105 PIM…Had a career-high three assists at FLA, Apr. 6…2003 Playoffs: Appeared in one playoff game for Philadelphia…2001-02: Appeared in 55 games for the Flyers, collecting 3-4-7 and 141 PIM…Led the Flyers with 141 PIM in his second NHL season…Set a career-high for PIM in a game with 27 vs. MTL, Dec. 13…2002 Playoffs: Played in three postseason games with the Flyers…2000-01: Appeared in 53 games for the Flyers during his rookie season, notching 5-5-10 and 109 PIM…Ranked 4th on the team with 109 PIM…Earned his first career NHL assist and had his first multi-point outing (0-2-2) at FLA, Dec. 27…Tallied his first NHL goal at PIT, Nov. 8…Made his NHL debut at NJ, Nov. 1…2000 Playoffs: Appeared in two playoff games with Philadelphia…1999-00: Split his first professional season between Philadelphia (AHL) and Trenton (ECHL), playing in 37 games combined…1998-99: Split the season between Regina and Prince Albert (WHL)…Posted 18-16-34 and 182 PIM on the season in 67 games…1997-98: Split the year between Kelowna and Regina (WHL)…Notched 7-8-15 and 200 PIM in 52 games…1996-97: Recorded 1-5-6 with 87 PIM for Kelowna.
Todd and his wife, Theresa, have a son, Luke, a daughter, Sienna, and a pug named Duke…Enjoys reading do-it-yourself books to learn how to do his own home improvement projects…Is a big fan of the Philadelphia Eagles stemming from his time playing in the city…His favorite movie is “Tommy Boy” and his favorite TV show is “Lost”…Most memorable hockey moment is winning the Calder Cup Championship (AHL) with Philadelphia in 2005.