• During the 2009 Ontario Hockey League playoffs, Kadri finished third on the London Knights, scoring nine goals and 21 points (9-12-21) in 14 games.
• Despite being slowed down by a broken jaw this season, he led the OHL with 10 shorthanded points (5-5-10) and finished ninth in the league in assists (53). In 56 games, he finished second in team scoring behind John Tavares with 78 points (25-53-78).
• As a member of the Kitchener Rangers in 2007-08, Kadri had 26 points (9-17-26) in the 2008 playoffs, helping lead them to an OHL Championship and the Memorial Cup final.
• A London Junior Knights product, Kadri first played with Timbits hockey after learning to skate at the age of four.
• His most embarrassing hockey moment was falling on a shootout and taking out the goalie during his first season in his hometown of London and his most memorable hockey moment was playing in the 2008 Memorial Cup.
• He credits his dad for having a big influence on his career and his childhood hockey idol was Paul Kariya.
KADRI DOING FINE NO MATTER WHO HE PLAYS WITH
KADRI HOPES TO CLIMB DRAFT RANKINGS WITH BIG PLAYOFF RUN
KADRI KEEPS AN EYE ON NHL DRAFT BOARD
"Fake shot, back hand, fore hand"
"One knee sweep ice"
King of Queens
Scar Tissue by Anthony Kiedis
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"Someday" by Flip Syde
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Penne pasta with blush sauce
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