28. Adam Deadmarsh

Adam Deadmarsh was a 1st Round Pick (14th Overall) in 1993, and he would debut the following season.  The Right Wing scored 48 Points in the organization's first full year in Colorado, and he would help the Avalanche win their first Stanley Cup, although his name was initially misspelled on the Cup.

Deadmarsh proved to be an excellent second line player, and he would have four straight 20 Goal campaigns, peaking with 33 Goals and 60 Points in 1996-97.  He missed out on a second Cup with Colorado as he was traded to Los Angeles in the trade that brought Rob Blake to the Avs.

Deadmarsh would score 288 Points with a .64 PPG with the team as well as securing 56 Points in the playoffs for Colorado.

The Bullet Points

  • Position: Right Wing
  • Acquired: Selected in the 1st Round, 14th Overall in the Amateur Draft 6/26/93
  • Departed: Traded to the Los Angeles Kings with Aaron Miller, a Player to be Named Later (which would be Jared Aulin) and Colorado’s 2001 and 2003 1st Round Picks (which would be Dave Steckel and Brian Boyle respectively) for Rob Blake and Steve Reinprecht 2/21/01.
  • Games Played: 453
  • Notable Statistics: 138 Goals, 150 Assists, 288 Points, 723 PIM, .64 PPG, +30 Plus/Minus, 28.4 Point Shares, 56 Points in 88 Playoff Games
  • Major Accolades and Awards: Stanley Cup Champion (1996)
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