2012-13: Ranked 1st on WSH in plus/minus ... Finished 5th on WSH in goals ... Scored OT/GWG on 4/27 vs. BOS ... Recorded an assist on 4/16 vs. TOR ... Tallied 1g-1a on 4/13 vs. TB ... Scored a goal on 4/9 at MTL ... Registered a goal on 3/7 vs. FLA ... Scored the OT GWG, tallied 2 assists and skated a career-high 19:57 on 3/5 vs. BOS ... Recorded an assist on 3/2 at WPG ... Scored first career SHG on 2/23 vs. NJ ... Extended point streak to 4 games with an assist on 2/17 at NYR ... Tallied 2 goals on 2/14 at TB ... Scored a goal and an assist on 2/12 at FLA ... Tallied first assist on 2/9 vs. FLA ... Made season debut on 1/25 at NJ; first game with WSH since 4/9/11 at FLA ... Ranked 2nd on the team in hits during playoffs (22).
2011-12: T-18th in the league in hits (218) ... Played in a career high 78 games ... Has the highest shootout percentage among Capitals players, having scored eight times on 12 career shootout attempts (66.7%) ... Shootout-determining goal on 3/31 vs. MTL ... Scored his 4th goal of the season on 3/10 at BOS ... Skated a season-high 21:45 on 2/9 vs. WPG ... Had an assist on 2/7 vs. FLA ... Fighting major (McQuaid) and seven PIMs on 2/5 vs. BOS ... Collected eight hits on 2/1 at FLA...Scored the game’s first goal on 1/31 at TB and tallied seven hits ... Fighting major (Joslin) on 1/20 at CAR ... Fighting major (Bourque) on 1/18 at MTL ... Fighting major (Adams) on 1/11 vs. PIT ... Fighting major (Fraser) on 1/9 at LA ... Scored his first goal of the season on 12/26 at BUF ... Missed four games due to injury (12/7-15) ... Fighting major (McLeod) on 12/17 at COL ... 4th fighting major (Nichol) on 11/29 vs. STL ... 3rd fighting major (Chipchura) on 11/21 vs. PHX ... 2nd fighting major (Dowell) on 11/8 vs. DAL ... Registered 1st fighting major of the season (Beleskey) on 11/1 vs. ANA ... Collected two assists on 10/22 vs. DET ... Tallied first assist of the season on 10/20 at PHI ... Led WSH in hits (61) during the playoffs ... Won 56% of his face-offs during the postseason ... Skated 16:05 per game during the playoffs compared to 12:07 per game during the regular season ... Scored first career playoff goal in Game 7 of ECQF at BOS on 4/25 ... Recorded first career postseason assist in Game 2 of ECSF at NYR on 4/30.
2010-11: Tied for third on the team with three GWGs ... Set career highs in GP (77), assists (16), points (25) and PIMs (110) ... Tied for the team lead in shootout percentage (50%) and tied for second in shootout goals (2) ... Tied his career high for goals with his ninth of the season on 4/6 vs. FLA ... First on the team in PIM (110) ... Second on the team in hits (169) ... Signed a two-year extension with the Capitals on 2/23 … Scored six out of his nine goals at Verizon Center … The Caps went 6-2-1 when Hendricks scored a goal and 11-2-2 when he registered an assist.
2009-10: Spent his first full season in the NHL, appearing in 56 games for COL … Ranked 5th on the team, third among forwards, with 92 hits … Scored his first career goal 10/10 at CHI … Had goals in back-to-back appearances (11/14 – 11/28) … Posted a three-game points streak from 12/21 – 12/26 (1g-2a) … Scored a goal and played a career-high 15:17 on 3/24 vs. LA.
2008-09: Spent most of the season with the Lake Erie Monsters (AHL) but made his first NHL appearance and played four games for COL … Played his NHL debut 3/10 vs. ATL… Had 13 NHL PIM, including his first fighting major on 3/25 vs. ANA … Finished third in Lake Erie in scoring (14g-15a) despite playing only 43 games … Ranked 3rd on the team in goals and PIM (71).
2007-08: Ranked 4th on the Providence Bruins (AHL) in scoring with 52 points (22g-30a) in 67 games … Recorded 13 multiple-point games … Added three assists in 10 playoff games.
2006-07: Played for Bruce Boudreau in Hershey (AHL) … Ranked 7th on the team in scoring with 44 points (18g-26a) in 65 games … 6th on the team with 105 PIM … Contributed eight goals (second on the team) and 12 points in 19 Calder Cup playoff games.
2005-06: Recorded 27 points (13g-14a) in 56 games with Rochester (AHL).
2004-05: Split his first full professional season between Lowell (AHL) and FLA (ECHL).
2003-04: Made his professional debut with Milwaukee (AHL) after completing his college
2004-05: Played 71 games for Brandon (WHL) … Captured the Bob Clarke Trophy as the WHL’s top scorer with 111 points (59g-52a) … Member of the WHL East First Team and voted the WHL Player of the Year … Led the league with 59 goals, nine more than the next-closest player … Led the league with 31 PPGs and set a WHL record with five overtime goals … Finished second in the league with 12 GWGs … Played 24 playoff games for the Wheat Kings, again leading the team and the league in points with 32 (16g-16a) … Led Brandon to the WHL finals. 2003-04: Played 71 games and led Brandon with 84 points (50g-34a) … Tied for second in the league in goals … Finished second on the team with 129 PIM … 2001-03: Appeared in a total of 133 games in his first two full seasons of major junior hockey, posting 82 points (37g-45a) and 105 PIM. 2000-01: Played 36 games for Pembina Valley (MMHL), recording 58 points (45g-13a) … Appeared in four games with Brandon.
Signed as a free agent on Jan. 12, 2013 ... Traded to WPG on July 8, 2011 by WSH in excange for a fourth-round draft pick in the 2012 NHL Draft (Thomas Di Pauli) and Danick Paquette ... Selected by Washington in the first round, 18th overall, in the 2003 Entry Draft.
Twitter: @EricFehr ... Hobbies include golf, video games and beach volleyball ... Some of the goals on his to-do list include winning the Stanley Cup, golfing at Augusta National and getting a hole in one.