|NCAA||Hobey Baker Memorial Award||2009-10|
|WCHA||First All-Star Team||2009-10|
|NCAA||West First All-American Team||2009-10|
|7/15/2013||Announced his retirement.|
|9/17/2012||Assigned to Hamilton (AHL).|
|7/16/2012||Re-signed as a restricted free agent by the Montreal Canadiens to a one-year contract.|
|6/25/2012||Montreal Canadiens tendered a qualifying offer.|
|4/07/2012||Assigned to Hamilton (AHL).|
|2/27/2012||Recalled from Hamilton (AHL).|
|2/17/2012||Assigned to Hamilton (AHL).|
|2/17/2012||Acquired from the Nashville Predators.|
|12/28/2011||Assigned to Milwaukee (AHL).|
|12/19/2011||Recalled from Milwaukee (AHL).|
|12/13/2011||Assigned to Milwaukee (AHL).|
|12/13/2011||Missed 6 games (arm injury).|
|12/01/2011||Arm injury, injured reserve.|
|11/29/2011||Arm injury, day-to-day.|
|5/10/2011||Assigned to Milwaukee (AHL).|
|2/25/2011||Recalled from Milwaukee (AHL).|
|9/27/2010||Assigned to Milwaukee (AHL).|
|6/15/2010||Signed by the Nashville Predators to an entry-level contract.|
|2/17/2012||Nashville Predators traded Blake Geoffrion, Robert Slaney and a second-round draft pick in 2012 to the Montreal Canadiens for Hal Gill and a conditional fifth-round draft pick in 2013.|
|6/24/2006||Drafted by the Nashville Predators in the 2nd round (56th overall) in 2006.|
Blake Geoffrion leaves the Blue Jackets | 06/04/2014 6:47 PM
NewsBlake Geoffrion is no longer serving as a scout with the Columbus Blue Jackets.
ImpactGeoffrion will instead work for an executive recruiting firm's sports practice department. He had his playing career cut short after being hospitalized with a depressed skull fracture.
Blake Geoffrion accepts scouting role | 07/16/2013 1:52 PM
NewsBlake Geoffrion has accepted a position as a pro scout with the Columbus Blue Jackets.
ImpactGeoffrion retired at the age of 25 after his 2012-13 campaign was cut short when he was hospitalized with a depressed skull fracture. "It's definitely tough to think about never playing again," Geoffrion said. "But it's bittersweet, because I'm excited about this, the next chapter, the next opportunity. I can't wait to get started. I've always followed depth charts, and I've always kept track of the players in this league, what they can and can't do. It's definitely a passion of mine, and I'm excited to join the Blue Jackets."
Geoffrion announces retirement at age of 25 | 07/15/2013 4:01 PM
NewsBlake Geoffrion has officially announced his retirement.
ImpactGeoffrion's NHL career was cut short when he was hospitalized with a depressed skull fracture. He recently participated in the Nashville Predators' development camp, but he's still decided to take a step back from hockey. "I would like to thank Geoff Molson, Marc Bergevin, the entire Montreal Canadiens organization as well as the Hamilton Bulldogs organization for everything they have done for me. They have been unwavering in their support, professionalism and kindness. I cannot thank them enough," said Geoffrion.
Blake Geoffrion takes part in Preds' camp | 07/12/2013 9:00 AM
NewsBlake Geoffrion is participating in the Nashville Predators' development camp.
The Nashville Tennessean
ImpactGeoffrion is an unrestricted free agent after completing his one-year contract with Montreal. His 2012-13 campaign was cut short when he was hospitalized with a depressed skull fracture. At one point he considered retiring, but he has fortunately recovered. It wouldn't be surprising if the Predators decide to sign him to a two-way contract this summer.
Blake Geoffrion is thinking about retirement | 03/13/2013 6:55 PM
NewsBlake Geoffrion is considering retiring from hockey, according to the Montreal Canadiens.
ImpactGeoffrion was hospitalized with a depressed skull fracture on Nov. 9 and unfortunately his medical condition isn't showing signs of improvement. He's a former Hobey Baker Award winner and had four goals and six points in 10 AHL games this season before sustaining the injury. We wish him the best of luck in his recovery.
Head injury ends Blake Geoffrion's career | 03/13/2013 12:13 PM
NewsBlake Geoffrion (skull fracture) will end his hockey career.
John Buccigross on Twitter
ImpactGeoffrion was just 25 years old and was the 2010 Hobey Baker winner. However, his career ultimately came to a tragic end after he was hit and clipped in the head by a skate on Nov. 9. He sustained a depressed skull fracture. "I love the game of hockey more than anything and this decision tears me up inside," Geoffrion says, "but we are talking about my brain."
Geoffrion recovering well from skull fracture | 02/07/2013 9:09 AM
NewsBlake Geoffrion, who suffered a skull fracture back on Nov. 9, met with the media prior to Montreal's game against Boston on Wednesday.
Impact"I'm getting better every day," he said. "I know in my heart I'll come back from this. I'll do whatever I have to do to come back to play the game. I miss the game dearly." He is scheduled to meet with the club's doctors Thursday to map out the next step in his recovery. There is no timetable for his return though.
| 01/19/2013 9:00 PM
NewsBlake Geoffrion was called up from the minors on Friday January 18.
|Penalty Minutes||27||2011-12 (Nas/Mtl)|
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