In three seasons in the QMJHL playing for Cape Breton, Pardy had 56 points (16G, 40A) and 302 PIMS in 144 career games on the Screaming Eagles’ blue-line. In 2004, the Calgary Flames selected Pardy in the sixth round, 173rd overall.
2005-06: The product of Bonavista, Newfoundland, split the year playing in the ECHL and AHL. While playing for Omaha at the AHL level, Pardy did not have a single point, and was a disappointing -7 in 24 games. After reassignment to the ECHL with the Las Vegas Wranglers, the bruising defenseman had 12 points (1G, 11A) in 41 games.
2006-07: In his first full season at the AHL level, the 6’2 218 lb prospect had two goals and six helpers for Omaha. Pardy was also able to hone his defensive skills, as in his 70 games played Pardy ended the season a plus player.
2007-08: In 65 games this season with Quad City, Pardy has 18 points (5G, 13A) and 67 PIMS. Earlier this year, Pardy suited up for Team Canada at the 2008 AHL All-Star Game in Binghamton. On December 3rd, Pardy was recalled by Calgary and then later reassigned to his AHL team on December 19th. Pardy did not enter into Calgary’s lineup in his time at the NHL level.
Pardy was claimed off of waivers by the Edmonton Oilers at the 2016 NHL Trade Deadline.