Andy McDonald is a Canadian center on the St. Louis Blues.
McDonald was a young talent, putting up impressive and dominant numbers throughout his junior career. He played for Colgate in college, winning the league scoring title and Player of the year. Despite his play, he was undrafted and did not sign with Anaheim until 2000. McDonald showed signs of promise, but a number of concussions kept him out of most of his first three seasons. In 2005-06, he had a breakout season, scoring 24 goals and 85 points. McDonald won his first Stanley Cup, scoring five goals in the Stanley Cup Finals against New Jersey. He was dealt to St. Louis in December of 2007.
McDonald played for Canada at the 2002 World Championships, and was the team’s scoring leader.
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