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Tomas Kaberle
Tomas Kaberle
Defenceman
Number: 15
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 212
Shoots: Left
Born: 2 Mar 1978
Birthplace: Rakovnik, Czech Republic
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Drafted: TOR / 1996 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 8th (204th overall)
2005-06: Played 82 games for Toronto collecting 67 points (nine goals, 58 assists) with 46 penalty minutesRegistered a career high in assists, points, powerplay points (51), powerplay assists (45) and average ice time (28:10)Ranked fourth (tie) in scoring by NHL defencemenThird overall in team scoring...Ranked 10th (tie) in the NHL in assists, second (tie) among NHL defencemen and first on the team in overall team assists Ranked second in the NHL in average ice time per gameRanked fourth (tie) in the NHL in powerplay points and first in assistsRegistered a franchise-high in powerplay points by a defencemen and assists Ranked third on the team in multi-point games (17)Ranked first on the team in games playedRegistered his 200th career NHL assist November 25 at CarolinaSelected to play for Team Czech Republic in the 2006 Winter Olympic Games Played eight games for Team Czech Republic collecting four points (two goals, two assists) with two penalty minutesRanked fourth (tie) among Olympic defencemen in pointsWon a Bronze Medal with Team Czech RepublicRegistered a career high four points (one goal, three assists) March 7 vs. Montreal...2004-05: Played four games for the Czech Republic at the World Cup collecting one assistPlayed 49 games for Kladno of the Czech Republic Extraleague collecting 39 points (eight goals, 31 assists) with 38 penalty minutesRanked fourth in the Czech Republic Extraleague in assists and 14th in pointsLed all Czech Repbulic Extraleague defencemen in assists and pointsFinished first on the team in assists and second in assists...Finished first among team defencemen in assists, first in points and second in goalsPlayed seven Czech Republic Extraleague playoff games scoring one goalPlayed nine games for Czech Republic and won the Gold MedalPlayed nine tournament games collecting four points (one goal, three assists) with four penalty minutesRanked 10th among tournament defencemen in points (tie)Finished fourth on the team in assists (tie) and pointsLed team defencemen in assists (tie) and points (tie)2003-04: Played 71 games for Toronto collecting 31 points (three goals, 28 assists) with 18 penalty minutes Ranked 22nd in the NHL in shorthanded assists (2-tie)Finished second on the team in plus/minus (+16), second in shorthanded assists, second in shorthanded points (2-tie), third in average ice time (23:11), fifth in multiple assist games (4-tie) and fifth in assists (28-tie)Collected his first point (assist) of the season October 13 vs. WashingtonRegistered his 200th career NHL point (two assists) November 13 at Los AngelesPlayed his 400th career NHL game December 6 vs. DetroitMissed his first career NHL regular season game due to injury December 19 at WashingtonMissed 10 games due to injury.. Played all 13 playoff games collecting three assists with six penalty minutesFinished third on the team in plus/minus (+1-tie) and fourth in average ice time (20:15)Finished third among team defencemen in points 2002-03: Played 82 games for Toronto collecting 47 points (11 goals, 36 assists) with 30 penalty minutesRanked ninth among NHL defencemen in points Finished first on the team in plus/minus (+20), first in average ice time (24:50), first in game tying goals (1-tie), first in games played, second in multiple assist games (6), third in assists, third in powerplay assists (15), third in powerplay points (19-tie), fourth in points and fifth in shorthanded points (2)Led team defencemen in goals and pointsSet career highs in games played (tie) and goals Played his 300th career NHL game October 28 vs. AnaheimPlayed all seven playoff games collecting three points (two goals, one assist)Finished first on the team during the playoffs in powerplay goals (1-tie), first in average ice time (30:03), first in powerplay points (2), first in game winning goals (1-tie) and second in goals (tie)Represented the Czech Republic at the World Championships collecting seven points (seven assists) with two penalty minutesFinished first on the team in assists and first among team defencemen in points (tie)2001-02: Played 69 games for Toronto collecting 39 points (10 goals, 29 assists) with two penalty minutes Ranked 17th in the NHL in shorthanded assists (2-tie), 20th in average ice time (25:00-tie) and 23rd in game tying goals (1-tie) Ranked 17th among NHL defencemen in points (39-tie)Finished third on the team in blocked shots (95), fourth in powerplay points (20), fourth in multiple assist games (4-tie) and fifth in powerplay goals (5-tie)Finished first in assists (29), second in points and second in goals among team defencemenTied for the longest Leafs assist streak at five games (December 6 to 15)Played four games for the Czech Republic at the Olympics collecting one assist with two penalty minutesSelected to the World team and collected an assist in his first NHL All-Star Game Registered his 100th career NHL assist December 22 vs. BuffaloPlayed all 20 playoff games collecting 10 points (two goals, eight assists) with 16 penalty minutesRanked fifth in the NHL playoffs in plus/minus (+7-tie), seventh in average ice time (28:40), 12th in blocked shots (39-tie) and 13th
in assists (tie)Ranked fourth in assists and fifth in points (tie) among NHL defencemen during the playoffsFinished first on the team during the playoffs in plus/minus, second in average ice time, second in blocked shots, third in assists and fourth in points (tie)Led team defencemen during the playoffs in points (tie) and assistsPlayed his 50th career NHL playoff game May 12 at Ottawa2000-01: Played 82 games for Toronto collecting 45 points (six goals, 39 assists) with 24 penalty minutes Set a then career high in assistsLed team defencemen in goals, assists and points Played his 200th career NHL game February 19 vs. New Jersey Played 11 playoff games collecting four points (one goal, three assists) 1999-00: Played 82 games for Toronto collecting 40 points (seven goals, 33 assists) with 24 penalty minutes Finished second on the team in average ice time (22:54)One of two Leafs to play all 82 games... Played his 100th career NHL game January 7 at Pittsburgh1998-99: Played 57 games for Toronto collecting 22 points (four goals, 18 assists) with 12 penalty minutes Played his first career NHL game and led all players in ice time (29:13) October 10 vs. DetroitRegistered his first career NHL point (assist) October 13 at EdmontonScored his first career NHL goal October 23 at Detroit (Kevin Hodson) Returned to the lineup and registered two assists March 31 at Vancouver Played 14 games in his first NHL playoff seasonPlayed his first career NHL playoff game in Game Four of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinal vs. PhiladelphiaRegistered his first career NHL playoff point (assist on the game winning goal) in Game Two of the Eastern Conference Semifinal vs. Pittsburgh1997-98: Played 47 games for Poldi Kladno of the Czech Republic Extraleague collecting 23 points (four goals, 19 assists) with 12 penalty minutesPlayed two games for St. John's of the American Hockey LeagueRepresented the Czech Republic at the World Junior Championships collecting two points (one goal, one assist) with two penalty minutes1996-97: Played 49 games for Poldi Kladno collecting five assists with 26 penalty minutesPlayed three playoff games for Poldi Kladno1995-96: Split the season between Poldi Kladno and Poldi Kladno JrPlayed 23 games for Poldi Kladno registering one assist with two penalty minutesPlayed 23 games with Poldi Kladno Jr. collecting 19 points (six goals, 13 assists)Played two playoff games for the senior club...1994-95: Played for Poldi Kladno in the Czech Junior League and saw action in four games for the senior club.
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