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Adam Deadmarsh

Born:May 10, 1975Draft:1993 Nordiques 14th Overall
Hometown:Trail, British ColumbiaPosition:Right Wing
Known For:Shoots:Right
National Team:United StatesCurrent Status:Retired

Adam Richard Deadmarsh (born May 10, 1975) is a Canadian-born American former professional ice hockey player who played in the NHL with the Quebec NordiquesColorado Avalanche and the Los Angeles Kings. Deadmarsh was later a video coordinator and assistant coach with the Avalanche, before concussion issues forced him to step down after the 2011–12 season, nine years after his playing career ended for the same reason.

Adam Deadmarsh played most of his career with the Colorado Avalanche, winning a Cup in 1996 (Credit: By Håkan Dahlström via Wikimedia Commons).

Adam Deadmarsh Statistics

Trade Tracker

DateTraded FromTraded WithTraded ToTraded For
February 21, 2001First-Round Pick
(Dave Steckel)
First-Round Pick
(Brian Boyle)
Jared Aulin
Aaron Miller
Rob Blake
Steve Reinprecht

Deeper Dive

Achievements

  • Stanley Cup Champion (1996)
  • World Cup of Hockey Bronze Medal (1996)
  • World Cup of Hockey Gold Medal (1997)
  • Olympic Silver Medal (2002)

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