2008-09: In his WHL rookie season, Austin Madaisky, a first round pick of the Calgary Hitmen at the 2007 WHL Bantam Draft, played in 48 games for the Hitmen. He scored 2 goals and added 7 assists for 9 points. Madaisky registered no points in 2 playoff games for the Hitmen.
2009-10: Madaisky began the season with the Calgary Hitmen, playing in 39 games for that team. He scored 5 goals and added 13 assists for 18 points. Madaisky was traded to the Kamloops Blazers, appearing in 26 games for the Blazers. He scored 2 goals and added 7 assists for 9 points, giving his a total of 7 goals and 22 assists for 27 points on the season. In 4 playoff games for the Blazers, Madaisky scored 3 goals and added 3 assists for 6 points. He played for Team Cherry at the 2010 CHL Top Prospects Game.
2010-11: Madaisky was the second-leading scorer among defensemen for Kamloops in his first full season with the club despite missing nineteen games after suffering a season-ending neck injury in February. In his third WHL season he skated in 55 games and scored 7 goals with 20 assists. Madaisky had the third-most penalty minutes on the Blazers (104) and was a -15 plus/minus on a Kamloops team that finished last in its division and won just 29 games.
2011-12: In his final year in the WHL he was the assistant captain of the Kamploops Blazers, for the second straight season, and recorded career highs in both goals (13) and assists (37). He had seven points in 9 playoff games.
2012-13: Madaisky had a tough first season in pro hockey but finished the year on an up note – skating in six games for Columbus AHL affiliate Springfield in April. He had no points and was +1 with 2 penalty minutes for the Falcons. Springfield finished first in the Northeast Division and reached the second round but Madaisky did not play in the playoffs. Originally with the Falcons rather than returning to juniors for an over-age season, Madaisky could not crack the lineup due to the NHL lockout and was loaned to ECHL Evansville. He suffered a wrist injury in his eighth game with the Icemen in November that required surgery and he missed four months. In 11 ECHL games he scored 2 goals with 4 assists and was -6 with 29 penalty minutes.
The wrist injury was a definite setback for Madaisky, who was hoping to take advantage of his first professional season. He came into the season feeling confident after a career final season at Kamloops and he will need to regain that poise.
After improving his puck moving ability over the past two seasons, Madaisky will need to regain the form that he had entering last year.