Three-time NHL All-Star (2004. 2007, 2009) … 2003 WC gold medallist and 2005 silver medallist.
World Championship (WC) Results
2005 (Vienna, AUT): Silver 2003 (Helsinki, FIN): Gold 2001 (Hanover, GER): 5th 1999 (Lillehammer, NOR): 4th
2009-10: Participated in Canada’s National Men’s Team orientation camp in August 2009 in Calgary … Entered 12th NHL season with San Jose. 2008-09: Scored career-high 38 goals to lead team, ranked 11th in NHL … Tied for 3rd in NHL with 10 game-winning goals … Ranked 2nd on team 71 points … Played in 800th game … Surpassed 600 career points … Scored 76th career power play goal, club record … Was San Jose’s captain from 2004-09. 2007-08: Ranked 4th on team with 48 points and 19 goals … 2006-07: At 27, became 8th-youngest player ever at 700 career games (02/24/07) … Finished 2nd on team in points and third in goals … Tied for 4th in NHL in game-winning goals (nine). 2005-06: Had career-high assists (52), points (86) and power play points (20). 2004-05: Won silver at WC in Vienna/Innsbruck, AUT, recording four points in nine games … Selected to play for gold medal-winning Team Canada at 2004 World Cup of Hockey (DNP). 2003-04: Named San Jose captain … Tied career high with 57 points … Named San Jose player of the year. 2002-03: Won gold at WC in Helsinki, FIN, recording four assists and a team-leading +11 … Tied for San Jose lead with 28 goals … Scored 100th career goal and had first hat trick (11/23/02). 2000-01: Finished 5th at WC in Germany, collecting two goals and three assists … Led Sharks with 52 points, 25 goals and 17.1% shooting … Was fastest skater at NHL All-Star festivities. 1998-99: Finished 4th at WC in Norway, with one goal and two assists … Led San Jose in shooting percentage, at 15.67%. 1997-98: Was NHL’s youngest rookie at 18 … Finished third among NHL rookies with 32 points … Was second-youngest player to score since end of WWII. 1995-96: Won gold with national under-18 team at Pacific Cup. 1994-95: Won gold with Team Saskatchewan at the Canada Winter Games.
With wife, Christina, has two sons, Landon and Brody … In bantam, scored 167 points in 53 games with Swift Current Legionnaires … His father, Denis, was minor hockey coach … Runs the McCleary-Marleau-Moen Sport and Recreation Foundation … Was 2nd overall pick in 1997 … Hockey idol is Mario Lemieux … Wears shoulder pads that are â€œdecades oldâ€ … San Jose’s 1st choice, 2nd overall, in 1997 Entry Draft.