Brad Self (IR) | Defenseman #25

Height: 5'11"
Weight: 200
Shoots: Left
College/Club: Peterborough Lakers
Date of Birth: 2/27/1981

Career Highlights

Fast Facts

  • Won a gold medal with Team Canada at the 2015 FIL World Indoor Lacrosse Championship.
  • Won three NLL championships with the Rochester Knighthawks in 2012, 2013 and 2014.
  • Played professional hockey in Germany for four seasons (2007-2011).


Acquired via trade by Colorado from Buffalo on March 27, 2017…acquired via trade by Buffalo from Rochester on September 27, 2016…signed by Rochester as a free agent on September 20, 2012…Acquired via trade by Chicago from Philadelphia on March 5, 2008…acquired via trade by Philadelphia from Colorado on August 29, 2005…signed by Colorado as a free agent on December 3, 2004…acquired via trade by Buffalo from Ottawa on January 18, 2002… selected by the Buffalo Bandits in the 2nd round (18th overall) of the 2001 NLL Entry Draft.


2018 (Colorado): Played in 17 games in the 2018 season, scoring 19 points (8 goals, 11 assists), forcing 17 caused turnovers and scooping up 83 loose balls 2017 (Colorado): Played in four regular-season games, scoring seven points (3 goals, 4 assists) and picking up 20 loose balls 2017 (Buffalo): Sealed career-highs in goals (13) and points (36) in 12 game appearances in Buffalo…set a single-game record in points (6) against Rochester on March 3, 2017 which resulted in a 13-9 Buffalo win 2016 (Rochester): NLL Transition Player of the Year and named to the All-Pro 1st Team 2015 (Rochester): Recovered the most loose balls with 133 loose balls, a career-high number, for Rochester…forced the second-most caused turnovers on the team (24) 2014 (Rochester): First in loose ball recovery for Rochester with 131 loose balls…scored a career-high number of shorthanded goals (3)…won an NLL Championship with the team 2013 (Rochester): Secured the most loose balls for Rochester (96)…won an NLL Championship with the team, scoring one goal in the Championship game against Washington 2012 (Rochester): Forced the most caused turnovers on the team...won an NLL Championship with the team (20) 2008 (Chicago): Scored 16 points (8 goals, 8 assists) in just five games played, scoring four goals against Minnesota on April 25 in which Chicago won 12-10 2006 (Philadelphia): Scored 17 points in eight games (6 goals, 11 assists)…went on a four-game scoring streak from Mar. 4 – Mar 25, scoring one goal each game   2005 (Colorado): Scored 13 points (7 goals, 6 assists) with four of them (2 goals, 2 assists) scored against Anaheim on Mar. 19; one of Colorado’s highest-scoring games. Colorado won 16-8.