A Season in Review, Brad Malone

Brad Malone led Monsters forwards in assists with 25 during his rookie season, despite spending the better part of a month in the middle of the season in the National Hockey League; his first career stint at the highest level. Malone finished the campaign with 11 goals and 36 points; tied for the third-highest point total among Monsters players this season with Ryan Stoa.

Malone’s first National Hockey League call-up came on December 8th, 2011, and he made his debut for the parent Colorado Avalanche logging 10:12 of ice time in a 4-1 Avalanche loss in Edmonton on December 9, 2011. Malone played nine games for Colorado, picking up a pair of assists. His first NHL assist, and point, came in Colorado’s 3-2 shootout win at home over Philadelphia on December 19th, 2011. Displaying the physical side of his game, Malone picked up five fighting majors on the season.

Brad Malone’s Season Highlights:
  • Brad Malone’s first professional goal, and first professional regular-season point, came in the form of a goal in a 2-1 Monsters win over Toronto at Quicken Loans Arena on 10/28/11

  • In a 5-2 home win over the San Antonio Rampage on 11/10/11, Malone scored and picked up an assist for his first professional multi-point game

  • With a goal and two assists in a 5-1 home win over the Hamilton Bulldogs on 11/25/11, Malone set his career high with his first three-point night as a pro

  • Malone’s scored the eventual game-winning goal, breaking a 4-4 tie on the road against the Hershey Bears with approximately 20 seconds remaining in regulation, to cap off a two-game stretch in which he scored twice and added three assists

  • Over six games leading up to his first NHL call-up on 12/8/11, Malone scored twice and added seven assists, as the Monsters were 4-2-0-0 between 11/25/11 and 12/5/11

  • Logged 10:12 of ice time in his NHL debut on 12/9/11; a 4-1 Colorado loss in Edmonton

  • Began a two-game assist streak with his first NHL point, an assist, in Colorado’s 3-2 shootout win at home over Philadelphia on 12/9/11

  • Overall, Malone pieced together nine multiple-point games in his first professional season





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