Adam Clendening



  • DOB: 10/26/1992
  • Ht: 6-0
  • Wt: 196
  • Hometown: Niagara Falls, NY
  • Drafted: 2nd round (36th) in 2011 (CHI)

Career Notes: 2021-22: Appeared in 74 games w/ AHL Lehigh Valley, scoring 42 points (5 g, 37 a). Was the third highest offensive output of AHL career. Recorded season-high three assists on 11/7/21 @ CLT. Scored goals in back-to-back games on 12/3/21 V. CLT and 12/11/21 V. CLE. Finished second in Phantoms in scoring and first among defensemen…2020-21: Skated in nine games w/ AHL CLE, scoring four points (1 g, 3 a). Recorded two assists on 4/10/21 @ ROC. Represented Team USA at .the 2021 IIHF World Championship, scoring five points (2 g, 3 a) in seven games. Won Bronze Medal w/ Team USA ...2019-20: Scored 41 points (7 g, 34 a) in 55 GP w/ AHL CLE. Recorded two assists in three straight games from 1/3/20 – 1/10/20. Had an eight-game point streak (1 g, 12 a) from 12/21/19 – 1/11/20. Led Monsters in scoring by eleven points (F Ryan MacInnis, 30 pts). His 34 assists would have led the Monsters in scoring...2018-19: Scored 37 points (4 g, 33 a) in 45 GP w/ AHL CLE. Started season w/ six-game point streak (2 g, 6 a). Recorded three assists on 3/29/19 @ CLE. Skated in 4 regular season games w/ NHL CBJ, recording zero points. Played seven Stanley Cup Playoff games, collecting one assist. Helped Columbus win first-ever Stanley Cup Playoff series (4-0 over TBL, First Round)....2017-18: Scored two assists in 5 GP w/ NHL Arizona. Scored five points (1 g, 4 a) in 21 GP w/ AHL Tucson. Scored lone goal w/ TUC on 12/23/17 V. STK. Traded by ARI to CHI on 1/10/18 along w/ F Anthony Duclair in exchange for F’s Richard Panik and Laurent Dauphin. Scored 30 points (4 g, 26 a) in 38 GP w/ AHL RFD. Recorded three assists on 3/26/18 @ MB. Recorded a goal and an assist in back-to-back games on 3/28/18 @ MB and 3/31/18 V. SJ. Scored 14 points (1 g, 13 a) in 14 Calder Cup Playoff games. Led all defensemen in assists (13) and points (14) in Calder Cup Playoffs. Recorded two assists in three Calder Cup Playoff games (4/22/18 V. CHI, 5/11/18 V. MB, and 5/20/18 @ TEX)…2016-17: Skated in 31 games w/ NY Rangers, scoring eleven points (2 g, 9 a). Scored 1 g and 1 a on 1/7/17 @ CBJ. Recorded assist in three straight outings on 10/22/16, 11/6/16, and 12/1/16. Scored goal on 2/25/27 @ NJD…2015-16: Scored one assist in 9 GP w/ NHL Pittsburgh. Scored three assists in six games w/ AHL Wilkes-Barre/Scranton. Traded by PIT on 1/16/16 along w/ F David Perron to ANA in exchange for F Carl Hagelin. Claimed off waivers by Edmonton Oilers from Anaheim Ducks on 1/27/16. Scored six points (1 g, 5 a) in 20 GP w/ EDM. Scored 1 g and 1 a on 3/24/16 @ SJS…2014-15: Scored 2 points (1 g, 1 a) in 4 GP w/ NHL Chicago. Scored in NHL debut on 11/20/14 @ CGY. Collected assist in 2nd NHL GP on 11/22/14 @ EDM. Scored 13 points (1 g, 12 a) in 38 GP w/ AHL RFD. Scored goal on 10/26/14 V. Lake Erie. Traded by CHI to VAN on 1/29/15 in exchange for D Gustav Forsling. Scored two assists in 17 GP w/ Vancouver. Collected five points (1 g, 4 a) in 11 GP w/ AHL Utica. Added eight points (3 g, 5 a) in 23 Calder Cup Playoff GP w/ UTC…2013-14: Scored a career-high 59 points (12 g, 47 a) in 74 GP w/ AHL RFD. Set career-high marks in both goals (12) and assists (47). Named to AHL First All-Star Team. Scored two assists in back-to-back games on 10/18/13 @ CHI and 10/19/13 V. GR. Had three assists on 2/22/14 V. MIL. Scored two goals on 3/28/14 V. GR. Had four-game assist streak (7 a) from 2/4/14 – 2/14/14…2012-13: Scored 46 points (9 g, 37 a) in 73 GP as rookie pro w/ AHL RFD. Second highest offensive output of AHL career. Named to AHL All-Star Game and named AHL Second Team All-Star. Led AHL in assists among defensemen w/ 37. Recorded first pro point, an assist, on 10/27/12 @ GR. Recorded first professional goal on 11/3/12 V. Lake Erie. Scored in back-to-back games on 11/18/12 @ HOU and 11/21/12 V. Peoria. Recorded first career three assist game on 3/9/13 @ OKC…Misc.: Named Hockey East First Team All-Star following 2011-12 season @ Boston University. Named to 2010-11 Hockey East All-Rookie team at  Boston University.


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