| 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)|
200 lb (91 kg)
|Teams|| Vancouver Canucks (1992–1994)|
Los Angeles Kings (1994)
Toronto Maple Leafs (1994–1995)
Buffalo Sabres (1995–2000)
Boston Bruins (2000–2001)
New York Rangers (2002–2003)
|Born|| September 23 1968,|
Leduc, Alberta, CAN
|NHL Draft|| 128th overall, 1988|
|Pro Career||1992 – 2003|
Dixon Ward (born September 23, 1968, in Leduc, Alberta, Canada) is a former National Hockey League right wing. He was drafted in the seventh round, 128th overall, by the Vancouver Canucks in the 1988 NHL Entry Draft.
After playing four seasons with the University of North Dakota, Ward joined the Canucks for the 1992–93 season. Ward spent short periods of time with the Canucks, Los Angeles Kings, and Toronto Maple Leafs before joining the Buffalo Sabres, with whom he had his greatest success. Ward played four full seasons with Sabres, including 1998–99 when he scored 20 goals in the regular season and 7 more during the team's run to the Stanley Cup finals.
Ward later played one season with the Boston Bruins and eight games with the New York Rangers. In his NHL career, Ward appeared in 537 games, scoring 95 goals and adding 129 assists. He also appeared in 62 playoff games, scoring 14 goals and recording 20 assists.
- Jack A. Butterfield Trophy (most valuable player in Calder Cup (American Hockey League) playoffs): 1995–96 season
- Calder Cup champion with the Rochester Americans in the 1995–96 season.
|Winner of the Jack A. Butterfield Trophy|
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