2005-06: Tallied 6-22-28, 133 PIM and was +1 in 78 games, setting career highs in all six of those statistical categories Ranked second on the club in PIM, was third ice time (22:34) and shorthanded goals (1-tied) and fourth in plus/minus (tied) His 28 points are the third-highest total by a defenseman in team history Scored his first NHL goal on Nov. 18 at Dallas Had a season-high and matched his career-high with two assists on Jan. 8 at Phoenix Scored his first career shorthanded goal on Jan. 28 vs. Nashville Scored a point in 26 of the last 62 games after going scoreless the first 16 of the season Was plus or even in 56 of 78 games played Games lost to injury: 3 Multi-point (goal) games: 2 (0) Most Points: 2 (2x) - Jan. 8 at Phoenix (0-2-2), most recent Most Goals: 1 (6x) - Apr. 11 at Dallas, most recent Most Assists: 2 - Jan. 8 at Phoenix (0-2-2) Most PIM: 31 - Apr. 13 vs. St. Louis Most Shots: 5 (3x) - Dec. 21 vs. Dallas, most recent.
CAREER: Recorded 6-36-42 and 251 PIM in 155 career NHL games, all with the Blue Jackets 2004-05: Had 11-7-18 with 106 PIM and was +6 in 46 games with JYP Jyvaskyla in Finland Added 0-2-2 with 25 PIM and was +2 in two playoff games 2003-04: Registered 0-7-7 with 39 PIM and was -15 in 34 games Notched an assist in seven different games Second on the team in ice time with 21:10 Team went 13-17-4-0 when he was in the lineup Missed 32 games with a foot injury (Oct. 16-Nov. 1 & Nov. 16-Jan. 6) Missed 16 games with a broken hand (Feb. 2 - Mar. 6) 2002-03: Registered 0-7-7 with 77 PIM and was -3 in 39 games Had three different stints with the Jackets Played with Columbus from Dec. 3-Jan. 30, Mar. 6-8 and Mar. 22-Apr. 6 Recorded first NHL point with an assist Dec. 12 vs. New Jersey Registered first-ever multi-point game with a pair of assists Dec. 19 vs. Calgary Point in three consecutive games from Dec. 12-19 Garnered an assist in each of the last two games, Apr. 4 vs. Detroit and Apr. 6 at Minnesota Notched 1-10-11 with 54 PIM and was +4 in 22 games with Syracuse (AHL) Selected for AHL All-Star Game, but was unable to play due to a concussion suffered with the Crunch 2001-02: Appeared in four games with the Jackets Played first NHL game Mar. 16 vs. Calgary Notched 4-29-33 in 68 games with Syracuse Had one power play goal, one shorthanded goal and one game-winning goal Notched a point in five straight games Dec. 2-11 (1-6-7) First professional season.
COLLEGE CAREER: 2000-01: Second Team All-WCHA after collecting 10-24-34 in 38 games with St. Cloud State Helped the Huskies capture the WCHA Tournament Championship en route to a 31-9-1 record Huskies finished the season ranked fifth in the USA Today hockey poll Academic All-WCHA pick 1999-00: Tallied 1-18-19 along with 67 PIM in 36 games 1998-99: Did not play in 1998-99 after transferring to St. Cloud State from Alaska-Anchorage 1997-98: Accumulated 3-5-8 in 25 games with the Seawolves before joining the Omaha Lancers of the United States Hockey League.
PERSONAL: Single Full Name: Druval Lloyd Westcott Hobbies: Golf, Darts, Pool, Backgammon Pets: Golden Lab named "Kasey" First Job: Worked in Fish Hatchery Dream Job: Professional Poker Player Favorite Sports Team: Minnesota Vikings Favorite Musical Performer: Audioslave Favorite TV Show: The Real World Favorite Book: Who's Your Caddy Started playing hockey at age 6 Spends off-season in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed by Columbus as a free agent on May 7, 2001.