|Born||December 2, 1981|
|How Acquired||Edmonton Rush traded defenseman Scott Campbell to the Toronto Rock in exchange for forward Jim Quinlan.|
|Years of NLL Experience||3|
2007 with the rush
Opened the season with a career-high five goals including two on the power play plus one assist and six loose balls in 13-12 win vs. Philadelphia 01/06 ... Earned hat trick with two goals coming on the power play along with one assist and four loose balls in 13-12 loss vs. Calgary 01/13 ... Reached a three-game scoring streak with two goals to go with three loose balls in 16-9 loss vs. Colorado 01/19 ... Scoring streak snapped but picked up two assists and seven loose balls in 16-7 loss at Colorado 02/03 ... Collected one goal, two assists and four loose balls in 11-9 win vs. Arizona 02/10 ... Did not score but picked up season-high four assists along with two loose balls in 12-11 OT loss at Arizona 02/18 ... Held without a point for only time this season but registered four loose balls in 9-8 OT win vs. Portland 02/23 ... Notched three assists and three loose balls in 11-9 loss vs. San Jose 03/02 ... Ended three-game scoring slump with second hat trick of the season to go with one assist and five loose balls in 12-9 win vs. Toronto 03/16 ... Equaled season-high with four assists and had seven loose balls in 14-7 loss at San Jose 03/25 ... Scored one power-play goal and chipped in three assists along with season-high nine loose balls in 11-10 loss at New York 03/31 ... Scored pair of goals and had one assist along with four loose balls in 8-6 win at Chicago 04/01 ... Registered four assists for third time this season to go with three loose balls in 13-12 win at Calgary 04/06 ... Had a three-point night on one goal and two assists plus four loose balls in 9-8 loss at San Jose 04/07 ... Racked up four goals including one power-play marker and equaled season-high for loose balls with nine in 14-10 loss at Portland 04/13 ... Collected one goals and three assists in 17-11 loss vs. Calgary 04/14 ... Finished the season second in team scoring, set a franchise-high with 15 power-play assists, was second with 74 loose balls and was one of seven players to play in all 16 games.
2006 with the rush
Jimmy scored a power-play goal and chipped in three assists in the Rush's inaugural game, a 10-9 overtime vs. San Jose 01/06 ... Had his second straight four-point game with a goal and three assists in 11-9 loss at Calgary 01/13 ... Racked up a season-high six points on two goals and four assists in 12-9 loss vs. Calgary 01/21 ... Scored a pair of goals - including one on the power play - plus one assist in 14-8 loss at Toronto 01/27 ... Popped in two goals - one with an extra attacker with 16 seconds remaining - in 7-6 loss vs. Minnesota 02/03 ... Registered one goal and two assists - one on the power play and one shorthanded - in 13-11 loss vs. Toronto 02/11 ... Scored a first-quarter goal in 12-11 victory at Calgary 02/17 ... Notched a first-half hat trick in 15-10 loss at Colorado 03/03 ... Picked up two assists - one on the power play - in 15-11 loss vs. Arizona 03/04 ... Had one goal and one assist in 13-9 loss at Arizona 03/10 ... Notched a power-play goal and added an assist with an extra attacker in 12-11 loss at San Jose 03/11 ... Scored with an extra attacker on the floor and picked up an assist on Kevin Howard's shorthanded goal in 16-9 loss vs. Calgary 03/17 ... Had the assist on an extra attacker goal in 13-7 loss vs. Colorado 03/25 ... Scored a third-quarter goal in 15-12 loss vs. Portland 03/31 ... Scored back-to-back goals - one on the power play - late in the fourth quarter in 14-10 loss at Portland 04/02 ... Picked up a goal in season finale 11-7 loss at Portland 04/14.
Jimmy shared the Rush's Community Service Award in 2007 with Jamey Bowen ... Sits atop the Rush's all-time scoring list with 94 points in 32 games and has registered at least one point in all but one game in team history ... Won a Champion's Cup title with the 2005 edition of the Toronto Rock.
2008 active roster
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