| 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)|
217 lb (99 kg)
| NHL Team|
| Carolina Hurricanes|
Los Angeles Kings
|Born|| January 29 1983,|
Clawson, MI, USA
|NHL Draft|| 23rd overall, 2001|
|Pro Career||2003 – present|
After a standout junior career with the Windsor Spitfires, Gleason was drafted in the first round (twenty-third overall) of the 2001 NHL Entry Draft by the Ottawa Senators. Unable to come to terms on a contract with the Senators, Gleason was subsequently traded to the Los Angeles Kings for forward Bryan Smolinski on March 11, 2003. After spending three years in the Kings organization, Gleason (along with Éric Bélanger) was traded to the Hurricanes on September 29, 2006, for defensemen Oleg Tverdovsky and Jack Johnson.
Gleason is known for his toughness and gritty play, including the diving effort to prevent the puck from leaving the offensive zone in Game Seven of the 2009 Eastern Conference Semifinals against the New Jersey Devils, leading to a game-tying goal. He also took a puck to the face against Washington in 2009, but returned to the ice after multiple stitches to score the tying goal on a breakaway.
Regular season and playoffsEdit
|2003–04||Los Angeles Kings||NHL||47||0||7||7||21||—||—||—||—||—|
|2005–06||Los Angeles Kings||NHL||78||2||19||21||77||—||—||—||—||—|
Gleason during the 2008 IIHF World Championship
|Competitor for United States of America|
|Junior int'l totals||8||0||1||1||2|
|Senior int'l totals||12||0||1||1||6|
- ↑ NHL. NHL Player Biography/Notes. nhl.com. Retrieved on 29 November 2010.
- ↑ Associated Press (28 April 2009). Hurricanes vs. Devils, 04/28/2009. hurricanes.nhl.com. Retrieved on 29 November 2010.
- ↑ Associated Press (11 December 2009). Hurricanes vs. Capitals, 12/11/2009. hurricanes.nhl.com. Retrieved on 29 November 2010.
- ↑ Terrell Williams (2 March 2010). Hurricanes to Welcome Home Olympic Medalists. hurricanes.nhl.com. Carolina Hurricanes. Retrieved on 29 November 2010.
|Ottawa Senators first round draft pick|
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