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Drafted in 1992 by the Washington Capitals, he spent about four seasons in the Capitals system without making the NHL team. He was traded to the Chicago Blackhawks. Unable to break into the lineup in Chicago, Gendron remained in the minors until he left to play in Europe in 2000.
He played in Europe for two years and retired in 2002.
Gendron played in 30 NHL games and scored 4 goals and 2 assists.
- QMJHL All-Rookie team 1990-91
- QMJHL First All-Star team 1991-92
- Frank J. Selke Memorial Trophy (QMJHL most sportsmanlike) 1991-92 & 1992-93
- CHL Most sportsmanlike player 1991-92
- Telus Cup – Offensive (QMJHL best offensive player) 1991-92
- QMJHL Second All-Star team 1992-93
- CHL First All-Star team 1992-93
- Top goal scorer World Junior Championships (WJC) 1994
- Top goalscorer Nationalliga B (NLB) 2002–03 and 2003–2004
- Martin Gendron's career stats at The Internet Hockey Database
- Martin Gendron's biography at Legends of Hockey
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