Rob Blake's career highlights

Rob Blake's career highlights
Rob Blake in 2008, during his second stint with the Kings. (Los Angeles Times)

A look at the career highlights of former Kings defenseman Rob Blake.

Born: Dec. 10, 1969, Simcoe, Canada.


Drafted: Fourth round, 70th overall, 1988.

Inducted into Hockey Hall of Fame: 2014.

Family: Wife, Brandy. Son Max, 13, daughter Brooke, 12, son Jack, 2.


Regular season: 1,270 games, 240 goals, 537 assists, 777 points, 1,679 penalty minutes.

Playoffs: 146 games, 26 goals, 47 assists, 73 points, 166 penalty minutes.

Honors: Norris Trophy, 1998. Canadian Olympian 1998, 2002 (gold), 2006. Five-time member of Team Canada at World Championships, won gold in 1994 and 1997 and silver in 1991. World Cup silver medal, 1996.


Regular season: 805 games, 161-333—494, 1,231 PIM (eighth in all-time scoring)

Playoffs: 57 games, 8-16—24, 98 PIM (18th in club playoff scoring)

Noteworthy: Among Kings' all-time leaders, he ranks fourth in games played, eighth in assists, eighth in points, fourth in penalty minutes, fifth in power-play goals (92), fourth in game-winning goals (29). He's also first in games played by a defenseman, defenseman goals, assists, points, power-play goals and game-winning goals.