Ken Daneyko

Defenseman Ken Daneyko appeared in 1,283 career regular-season National Hockey League games, all of them with the New Jersey Devils. His games-played total is the most in team history. He appeared in 388 consecutive games from 1989 through 1994 and ranks 35th in league history. He was awarded the 2000 Bill Masterton Trophy by the Professional Hockey Writers Association for perseverance, sportsmanship, and dedication. He also won the 1986-87 Devils Unsung Hero Award and the 1989-90 Devils Good Guy Award. Daneyko posted a crucial goal in the regular-season finale on April 3, 1988, at Chicago when New Jersey clinched its first-ever playoff spot, and recorded four assists in game three of the 1988 Patrick Division Finals vs. Washington. Ken is now the TV Analyst for NJ Devils hockey games. He is active in the community, having represented the Devils in many charitable appearances throughout his NHL career.

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