2010-11: Split the season between the Avalanche and Lake Erie Monsters (AHL)…Recorded 10 points (5g/5a) with a +5 plus/minus rating in 29 games for Colorado…Led the Avalanche in plus/minus and shared the team lead with two short-handed goals…Was plus or even in 24 of his 29 games with Colorado…Began the year with Lake Erie before being recalled on Nov. 11…Scored his first NHL goal, a short-handed game winner, in his Avalanche debut on Nov.
12 at Columbus…Mauldin’s first goal came over six years after his NHL debut on March 26, 2004 with Columbus…Dressed in 27 straight games following his recall from Nov. 12 to Jan. 6… Picked up his first career assist on Nov. 15 vs. St. Louis…Set a career high with four points (2g/2a) on Nov. 27 vs. Minnesota, the most points by an Avalanche player in 2010-11…Mauldin’s four-point night marked his first career multi-point game…Was placed on waivers Jan. 13 and reassigned to Lake Erie on Jan. 14... Appeared in a total of 43 games for the Monsters, tallying 18 goals and 17 assists…Ranked fourth on the team in goals and was sixth in points (35) despite spending just half the season in Lake Erie… Finished tied for second on the Monsters in plus/minus with a +25 rating…Went on to dress in all seven playoff games for Lake Erie, collecting two assists.
2009-10: Led the Bridgeport Sound Tigers (AHL) in scoring with 54 points (25g/29a) in 77 games…Also paced Bridgeport in goals and plus/minus (+9-tied), while ranking second in assists and power-play goals (6-tied)…Added three points (1g/2a) in five playoff contests…Appeared in one NHL game with the New York Islanders, April 8 at Pittsburgh.
2008-09: Recorded 51 points (24g/27a) in 80 contests with the Binghamton Senators (AHL)…Led the team in games played, was tied for second in both goals and points and ranked fourth in assists. 2007-08: Skated in 71 games with Binghamton, totaling 33 points (15g/18a).
2006-07: Spent most of the season with Oskarshamn IK in Sweden, where he tallied 13 points (5g/8a) in 26 games…Also played six games for Huddinge IK (Sweden) and two contests with Bloomington (UHL).
2005-06: Began the year with the Syracuse Crunch (AHL), notching 29 points (12g/17a) in 56 contests…Finished the campaign by recording a goal and three assists in 11 games with the Houston Aeros (AHL).
2004-05: Appeared in 66 games with Syracuse during his first full AHL season…Totaled 27 points (7g/20a) and 49 penalty minutes.
2003-04: Completed his three-year NCAA career at the University of Massachusetts (Hockey East) by recording 29 points (15g/14a) in 29 games…Placed second on the team in goals, points and power-play goals (5)…Made his NHL debut, appearing in six games with the Columbus Blue Jackets (no points)…Also skated in two contests with the Syracuse Crunch…Played his first NHL game on March 26 vs. Anaheim.
2002-03: Earned Hockey East All-Star Honorable Mention laurels and was a finalist for the Hockey East Player of the Year as a sophomore…Led Massachusetts with 41 points (21g/20a) in 36 contests…Paced the Minutemen in goals and ranked second in power-play tallies (5).
2001-02: Led Massachusetts in scoring with 24 points (12g/12a) in 33 contests as a freshman, becoming the first freshman to lead the Minutemen in scoring since Rob Bonneau and Warren Norris shared the team lead in 1993-94.
Other: Spent two seasons (1999-2001) with the Boston Jr. Bruins of the Eastern Junior Hockey League, where he totaled 193 points (93g/100a) in 111 games and was named the EJHL MVP in 2000-01…Was Columbus’ 10th selection (seventh round, 199th overall) in the 2002 Entry Draft.