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Final Grade: Aaron MacKenzie

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GP G A PTS +/- PIM ESG PPG SHG GWG SOG SPCT
5 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 0

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Final Grade

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Midseason Grade: N/A

Final Grade: INC

Joined Team: Signed as a free agent, July 14, 2008.

MHH Nicknames: None

Linemates:

  • Peltier (5)

Ice Time:*

  • TOT 14:38 (11th)
  • EV 13:12 (11th)
  • PK 1:25 (8th)
  • PP :00 (13th)

*Rank is based on total minutes, not average per game.

Best Month: April (all 5 GP)

Career Highlights: 2008-2009 saw MacKenzie's NHL debut.

Report: As we start to get into the higher numbers, we'll start to run into the cup-of-coffee players like Aaron MacKenzie (although this week will actually be a lot of fun). MacKenzie spent just 9 days on the roster, playing in 5 games, so you won't be getting a thorough analysis from me. He appeared to be a steady player in his own end - one of several smart-and-simple players the Avalanche utilized defensively. It looked like he had a little zip in his shot, but he only has 13 goals in 366 AHL games, so that's probably not something to get all excited about.

It's just 5 games, but he only was on the ice for one goal against - a PP goal by Dallas' Fabian Brunnstrom.

I wish I had a better pic of MacKenzie, but I guess I should be happy that I had one at all.

Fun Fact: MacKenzie has been an AHL teammate of Jason Bacashihua in each of the last 5 seasons

The Aaron MacKenzie Drinking Game: Drink when MacKenzie is on the ice for a EV goal scored by the other team Drunk potential: None

What I Said Last Year: Probably nothing

2008 Salary (and Cap Number): $475k ($475k)

2009-2010 Status: UFA

Outlook for 2009: MacKenzie is could land pretty much anywhere this offseason - in the AHL, though, not the NHL.

Next Up: T.J. Hensick