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Mike Knuble
Mike Knuble
Right Wing
(kuh-NOO-buhl, MIGHK)
Number: 9
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 229
Shoots: Right
Born: Jul 4, 1972
Birthplace: Toronto, ON, Canada
Acquired: Signed as a free agent by Flyers, July 3, 2004.
Drafted: DET / 1991 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 4th (76th overall)
Nicknames include Noobs, Nubby and Knubes…Hosted the First Annual Mike Knuble Celebrity Golf Invitational this September with the proceeds benefiting the Mike Knuble Family Foundation and Comcast-Spectacor Foundation…Favorite thing about Philadelphia is tailgating at an Eagles game… If he could be in any movie, it would be Caddyshack…Lists TMZ.com as his favorite website…If he could be on stage at any concert, he would choose Guns N’ Roses…Favorite TV show is Lost…If he could change one thing about himself, he would not chew his nails when he gets anxious…Would like to learn how to fly a plane.

Reached the 20-goal mark for the fifth time in his career and for the fifth consecutive season...Was one of only two players to play all 82 games this season (Carter)…Was first on the team on the team in power play goals (15, tied for eighth in the NHL)...Was third on the team in power play points (30)...Was named NHL's Third Star of the Week for the week ending March 2 after posting eight points (3G,5A) in four games...Posted an assist at NY Rangers on March 2...Was named First Star at NY Islanders on March 1 after recording a shorthanded goal and two assists...Was named Second Star vs. Ottawa on Feb. 28 after scoring two goals...Posted two assists at Buffalo on Feb. 25...Was named First Star vs. Anaheim on Feb. 2 after recording his first career NHL hat trick...Game vs. Florida on Jan. 16 was his 700th career NHL game.

Played in parts of eight NHL seasons with the Detroit Red Wings, New York Rangers and Boston Bruins (1996-97 through 2003-04) before joining the Flyers…Played parts of five seasons for Boston (1999-2000 through 2003-04), recording 69 goals and 76 assists for 145 points and 164 penalty minutes in 307 regular season games…Was a member of Detroit’s Stanley Cup Championship team in 1998…2006-07: Won the Yanick Dupre Class Guy Memorial Award for his contributions on and off the ice…Was Flyers' nominee for King Clancy Memorial Trophy…Scored at least 20 goals in a season for the fourth time in his NHL career…Was second on the team in goals (24), assists (30), points (54) and power play goals (10)...Was first on the team in shooting percentage at 15.0% (24 goals on 160 shots)...Was named First Star vs. Buffalo on April 8 after recording a goal and two assists...Was scoreless vs. Atlanta on March 15, ending his five-game point-scoring streak (3G,5A)...Missed 12 games from Feb. 19 through March 13 after sustaining a fractured right cheekbone and orbital bone at NY Rangers on Feb. 17...Underwent surgery on Feb. 21...Posted an assist at Atlanta on Feb. 3, his 100th point as a Flyer...His assist on Potulny's game-winning goal at NY Islanders on Jan. 2 was his 300th career NHL point...Was scoreless at New Jersey on Dec. 8 ending his six-game point-scoring streak (5G,1A)...Signed a two-year contract extension on Nov. 29…Missed six games from Oct. 30 through Nov. 11 due to a broken middle finger on his left hand sustained vs. Pittsburgh on Oct. 28…2005-06: Was first on the team in power play goals (13) and shooting percentage (15.7% - 34 goals on 217 shots)...Was second on the team in goals (34) and plus/minus (+25)...Was third on the team in points with 65...Was only player to play in all 82 games this season…Reached the 30-goal mark for the second time in his nine-year NHL career…Set new career highs for goals (30, 2002-03), assists (29, 2002-03) and points (59, 2002-03) in a season…Registered a goal and an assist at NY Rangers on April 4...His assist at NY Rangers on April 4 was his 30th of the season, new career high for assists in a season...Recorded his 31st goal and 60th point of the season at NY Islanders on April 2, setting a new career high for goals in a season (30 in 2002-03) and points in a season (59 in 2002-03)...Recorded a goal and an assist in six games for the U.S. Olympic Men's Ice Hockey Team at 2006 Olympic Winter Games…Was -1 vs. Boston on Jan. 19, ending a streak of being "plus" or "even" at 14 straight games (+8 over span)...Was scoreless at Florida on Dec. 26, ending his five-game goal scoring streak from Dec. 15 through 23 (longest goal-scoring streak of his career)...Scored two goals at Ottawa on Oct. 30, his first multiple-goal game as a Flyer...Scored a power play goal vs. NY Rangers on Oct. 5, his first game as a Flyer…2004-05: Registered 26 goals and 13 assists for 39 points and 40 penalty minutes in 49 games for Linkopings HC (Sweden)…Was first on the team in goals (tied for first in the league) and was third on the team in points (tied for eighth in the league)…Was a member of the U.S. National Team at the 2005 World Championships (tied for first on the team in points with six)…2003-04: Recorded 21 goals and 25 assists for 46 points and 32 penalty minutes in 82 regular season games for the Boston Bruins…Was first on the Bruins in plus/minus at +19 and was third on the team in goals with 21…Played all 82 regular season games for the third time in his career…2002-03: Set career highs for goals in a season (30), assists in a season (29) and points in a season (59)…Was third on the Bruins in  goals (30) and tied for third in points (59)…Was second on the team in plus/minus at +18…Scored a goal on his first career penalty shot at Chicago on March 9 (scored on Jocelyn Thibault)…Scored a goal at 0:10 and 0:27 of the first period at Florida on February 14 to set an NHL record for fastest two goals from the start of a game by one player…Posted four points (2G,2A) at Florida on February 14 to set a new career high for points in a game…2001-02: Missed 13 games due to injury (nine with non-displaced fracture of transverse process and four due to back injury) and did not dress for 15 games…2000-01:Appeared in all 82 regular season games for the second time in his career… 1999-2000: Split the season between the Rangers and the Bruins, registering 12 goals and eight assists for 20 points and 26 penalty minutes in 73 games…Posted six points (3G,3A) and eight penalty minutes in 14 games for Boston…Was acquired by Boston from the NY Rangers in exchange for Rob DiMaio on March 10…Recorded nine goals and five assists for 14 points and
18 penalty minutes in 59 games for New York…1998-99:Appeared in all 82 regular season games for the first time in his career…1997-98: Appeared in 53 regular season games for Detroit and three playoff games as the Red Wings won the Stanley Cup…Was credited with his first career NHL assist at Edmonton on October 3…1996-97: Scored a goal in nine regular season games for the Red Wings…Posted 63 points (28G,35A) and 54 penalty minutes in 68 regular season games for Detroit’s AHL affiliate, the Adirondack Red Wings…Was second on the team in goals (28) and third in assists (35) and points (63)…Recorded his first career NHL point/goal vs. Toronto on April 5…Played his first career NHL game vs. Colorado on March 26…1995-96:Registered 22 goals and 23 assists for 45 points and 59 penalty minutes in 80 regular season games for Adirondack in his first full professional season…1994-95:Made his professional debut by playing for the Adirondack Red Wings in the AHL’s Calder Cup Playoffs and was scoreless in three games…Amateur
Career: Played four seasons for the University of Michigan (1991-92 through 1994-95), registering 103 goals and 72 assists for 175 points and 238 penalty minutes in 157 games…Was named to the CCHA Second All-Star Team following the 1993-94 and 1994-95 seasons…Was named to the NCAA West Second All-American Team following the 1994-95 season…Led the CCHA in goals in 1994-95 with 38…International Career: Played for Team USA in the 1995, 1998 and 2005 World Championships.




1 p - WSH 82 56 18 8 252 193 120
2 x - PIT 82 48 26 8 245 203 104
3 y - FLA 82 47 26 9 239 203 103
4 x - NYR 82 46 27 9 236 217 101
5 x - NYI 82 45 27 10 232 216 100
6 x - TBL 82 46 31 5 227 201 97
7 x - PHI 82 41 27 14 214 218 96
8 x - DET 82 41 30 11 211 224 93
9 BOS 82 42 31 9 240 230 93
10 CAR 82 35 31 16 198 226 86
11 OTT 82 38 35 9 236 247 85
12 NJD 82 38 36 8 184 208 84
13 MTL 82 38 38 6 221 236 82
14 BUF 82 35 36 11 201 222 81
15 CBJ 82 34 40 8 219 252 76
16 TOR 82 29 42 11 198 246 69


C. Giroux 78 22 45 -8 67
W. Simmonds 81 32 28 -7 60
B. Schenn 80 26 33 3 59
J. Voracek 73 11 44 -5 55
S. Gostisbehere 64 17 29 8 46
S. Couturier 63 11 28 8 39
M. Raffl 82 13 18 9 31
M. Read 79 11 15 -5 26
M. Streit 62 6 17 -1 23
S. Laughton 71 7 14 -2 21
S. Mason 23 19 10 .918 2.51
M. Neuvirth 18 8 4 .924 2.27
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