Drafted as the 18th overall pick by the New Jersey Devils during the first round of the NHL Entry Draft in 1982, Ken Daneyko played as a hockey defenseman. Born in Windsor, Ontario on April 17, 1964, Daneyko had played his entire career with the New Jersey Devils.
Daneyko had established himself as a stay-at-home defenseman as he started to play in the league. He was called Mr. Devil for he had amazingly spent his entire playing career with the New Jersey Devils. Daneyko was not a high-scoring defenseman and he had played in 225 successive season without scoring a goal even once. The making of Ken Daneyko New Jersey Devils game model puck made him even more famous to his fans. It was in the 1989-1990 season when he was able to post six goals and 15 assists and that became his highest-scoring season. Daneyko was a shadow defenseman who often got physical in front of the net in times when a forward would park himself in the tuck looking for a rebound.
Daneyko had played in every playoff game until Game 4 of the Quarterfinals in the year 2003. He had taken the ice for the final shift of the Devils’ Game 7 victory in a game against the Mighty Duck of Anaheim. It was the team’s third Stanley Cup victory in the year 2003 and made the Ken Daneyko New Jersey Devils Game model puck a precious item to many fans. Daneyko is currently providing commentary and also analysis in the Devils’ broadcasts on FSN New York.
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. His name is commonly mistaken as Kin Daneko, Kenn Daneyku, Kine Deneyko, Kene Daniko, Kene Denayko, Kenn Danneyko, and Kein Daneykko.