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RW - Theo Axelsson

Birthplace: Västerås, Sweden
Height: 6'2"
Weight: 220 lbs
Jersey Number: 25

Drafted: S50 2nd Overall Pick (Calgary)

Username: @solas

 

Awards

Season 48 Gold Medal with Team Scandinavia
Season 49 Prime Minister's Cup Winner with Brampton Blades
Season 49 Matt Bentz Trophy Winner as Top Two Way Forward
Season 51 Victory Cup Winner with Calgary Wranglers
Season 54 Continental Cup Winner with Helsinki Titans
Season 54 Terence Fong Trophy Winner with Helsinki Titans
Season 54 Scott Boulet Trophy Winner as Top Two Way Forward
Season 54 Bronze Medal with Team Scandinavia
Season 55 Continental Cup Winner with Helsinki Titans
Season 55 Victory Cup Winner with Helsinki Titans
Season 55 Terence Fong Trophy Winner with Helsinki Titans
Season 55 Daisuke Kanou Trophy winner as Playoff MVP
Season 56 Scott Boulet Trophy Winner as Top Two Way Forward
Season 57 Scott Boulet Trophy Winner as Top Two Way Forward

 

When you look at the amount of awards that Theo Axelsson has won, he has won at every level that he has played at. When you look at the World level, he has won a Gold Medal and Bronze Medal with that team. When you look at the VHLM, he has won the Prime Minister's Cup with the Brampton Blades in Season 49. He also took home the Matt Bentz Trophy as the Top Two Way Forward in the VHLM. He came onto the scene in Season 50 with the Calgary Wranglers. He then won the Victory Cup in Season 51 as well as winning the Victory Cup again in Season 55 with the Helsinki Titans. He was not a stranger to the Scott Boulet trophy as he took that trophy home 3 times during his career. He has a lot of gold and winnings and definitely lived up to the hype of being the second overall pick in the Season 50 draft. 

 

Season 48 - Saskatoon Wild Scandinavia

Season 48 Regular Season
S48 VHLM - SSK - 26 GP | 16 G | 17 A | 33 P | +13 | 16 PIM | 64 H | 146 SH | 10 SB

Season 48 Playoffs
S48 VHLM - SSK - 9 GP | 10 G | 4 A | 14 P | +5 | 12 PIM | 11 H | 88 SH | 8 SB

Season 48 World Cup
S48 WC - SCA - 10 GP | 1 G | 3 A | 4 P | +3 | 2 PIM | 14 H | 10 SH | 1 SB

Season 48 World Cup Playoffs
S48 WC - SCA - 3 GP | 0 G | 1 A | 1 P | +1 | 0 PIM | 2 H | 1 SH | 1 SB

In the Season 48 campaign, Axelsson was brought on as a waiver addition to the Saskatoon Wild because he joined after the trade deadline. He played in 26 games that season for the Wild accomplishing 33 points and a +13 during that time. The Wild went on to have a fantastic season as they finished 7 points back of the Ottawa Lynx who led the NA Conference. 

 

During the playoffs, the Wild matched up with the team that would end up drafting him the following season, the Brampton Blades. The Wild ended up sweeping the Blades in quick manner as they would go on to play that team that was just above them in the standings, the Ottawa Lynx. The Wild fell victim to the Lynx, but for Axelsson, it was a successful playoffs. You look at the fact that this waiver wire addition netted 14 points including 10 goals in 9 games for this team while also having 8 shots blocked and a +5, there was a lot to be excited about. At this time, everyone knew that this guy was going to be a star. 

 

Axelsson was noticed by just about everyone as he was named to the World Cup roster for Scandinavia which was something that was unheard of for someone that was just in their first season. Once again, Axelsson made the most of his opportunities. He played in 10 games, notching 4 points while staying at a +3. Scandinavia would end up losing winning the gold medal in surprising fashion as they were able to take down Team Mercenaries in the quarterfinals as well as Team Canada in the semi-finals before beating Team Europe in the finals. Going into the draft as a VHLM player, he has already made his mark, I know General Managers were watching, I mean, how could you not watch what was happening here. 

 

Season 49 - Brampton Blades

Season 49 Regular Season
S49 VHLM - BRM - 72 GP | 65 G | 64 A | 129 P | +46 | 114 PIM | 309 H | 547 SH | 23 SB

Season 49 Playoffs
S49 VHLM - BRM - 6 GP | 6 G | 4 A | 10 P | -1 | 14 PIM | 27 H | 33 SH | 1 SB

Axelsson would be taken with the 8th overall pick in the VHLM Draft. He would end up teaming up with a girl that was picked only 5 picks before him, Diana Maxwell. During his season, the two would combine for a lot of points which would lead the Blades to being first in the entire VHLM with 110 points and 54 wins.

 

During the season, Axelsson played 72 games while notching an average of almost 2 points per game. He was averaging almost a goal and an assist per game as he had 129 points in the 72 games that he played. What was even more incredible was the fact that he had a +46 while also performing in the physical game with 309 hits as well as amounting 23 shots blocked. You can see that this guy was a positive impact to his entire team in all 3 phases of the game. 

 

Because of their fantastic season, the Blades would meet up with the Yukon Rush in the semi-finals after getting a buy. To the surprise of many, the Blades were taken down by the Yukon Rush in 6 games. During the playoffs, Axelsson had 10 points in those 6 games including 6 goals and 4 assists, so it certainly was not because of him. It was known that Axelsson was going to be limited by the defense of the Yukon Rush, so this was something they were going to focus on. Despite that, Axelsson would have the huge next step ahead, being drafted into the VHL. 

 

Season 50 - Calgary Wranglers Scandinavia

Season 50 Regular Season
S50 VHL - CGY - 72 GP | 27 G | 31 A | 58 P | +5 | 96 PIM | 324 H | 359 SH | 38 SB

Season 50 Playoffs
S50 VHL - CGY - 4 GP | 3 G | 1 A | 4 P | -2 | 8 PIM | 15 H | 23 SH | 1 SB

Season 50 World Cup
S50 WC - SCA - 10 GP | 1 G | 0 A | 1 P | -6 | 24 PIM | 45 H | 29 SH | 3 SB

Season 50 World Cup Playoffs
S50 WC - SCA - 1 GP | 1 G | 0 A | 1 P | -4 | 2 PIM | 8 H | 6 SH | 0 SB

Axelsson was drafted with the 2nd Overall Pick in the Season 50 Draft. The Calgary Wranglers had a plan with Axelsson, and they knew just where to put him. At the end of the season, the Wranglers had him on the top line with Travis Gowecny and Ted Doughty. During this season, Axelsson had 58 points and a +5 with his 27 goals and 31 assists. He also had 324 hits and 38 shots blocked to show that, again, he would have an impact everywhere he went. 

 

Among rookies, Axelsson would be 3rd in the league behind Thor Odinsson and Shayne Gow of the Helsinki Titans. Odinsson had 89 points while Gow had 60 points. Axelsson was just above his fellow rookie on the Calgary Wranglers and linemate, Travis Gowecny. Despite everything, The Wranglers ended up making the playoffs in the 3rd spot in the North American conference as they had a record of 33-29-10. Those 76 points was 14 more than the team below them. 

 

The Playoffs went a little less desirable for the Wranglers as they were swept in 4 games by the Quebec Meute. Axelsson continued his struggle to get on the scoresheet as he had only 4 points in the 4 games. One trend that he would like to definitely change was the fact that he had -2 during that time. His three goals were something to build off, that was something he would end up taking into the World Cup as he made the roster again with Team Scandinavia. 

 

Similar to his season, Team Scandinavia placed in 5th during this season's World Cup, but this was only 5 points back of Team Europe which had 19 points. Team Scandinavia would need to play a tough Team USA team, a feat in which they could not overcome as they ended up taking the 7-4 loss. After a huge last World Cup, they were out after only playing 1 game in the Playoffs. The former Gold Medalists had more to desire from this, but they would just have to give another go in the next time. Axelsson again did have a less than ideal experience as in that game, he had a -4, he did score and have 6 shots, but that -4 was a game to forget. 

 

Season 51 - Calgary Wranglers

Season 51 Regular Season
S51 VHL - CGY - 72 GP | 28 G | 37 A | 65 P | +54 | 84 PIM | 253 H | 391 SH | 11 SB

Season 51 Playoffs
S51 VHL - CGY - 5 GP | 0 G | 1 A | 1 P | -2 | 14 PIM | 15 H | 22 SH | 2 SB

The Calgary Wranglers had one of the best seasons that a team could have. In 72 games, the Wranglers only lost 8 times, 4 of those came in Overtime. They had an incredible +187 goal differential as they only gave up 96 goals during the season. Now, for Axelsson, he was placed on the 2nd line for the Wranglers with Ted Doughty. On the top line, Aleksi Koponen, Travis Gowecny, and Tyson Kohler would get the not. However, Axelsson would end up averaging over 21 minutes per game during this season. 

 

In the 72 games, Axelsson had 65 points with his 28 goals and 37 assists. One number that he wanted to improve on was that +/- which he ended with a +54. When you look at the team, there were only 4 players on Calgary that had a negative +/-, but that does not make this feat any less impressive. With the first line outshining him as well as defenseman Black Velvet, Axelsson still had a great year. What a season for the entire team, Axelsson wanted a little bit more, but that is still impressive. 

 

During the playoffs, they were surprised by the Toronto Legion in the 2nd round of playoffs. In fact, they lost to the Legion who ended up losing to the Riga Reign in the finals. The Legion upsetted the Calgary Wranglers who looked unbeatable at times during the regular season. Axelsson who was very effective during the season had only 1 point in the five games against the Legion. He could not find a way to stay out of the penalty box, it looks like they really limited his effectiveness during this playoff series. The Wranglers would want to come back and avenge the loss after having a record breaking season where they only lost 8 times. 

 

Season 52 - Calgary Wranglers Scandinavia

Season 52 Regular Season
S52 VHL - CGY - 72 GP | 38 G | 42 A | 80 P | +60 | 136 PIM | 381 H | 421 SH | 23 SB

Season 52 Playoffs
S52 VHL - CGY - 7 GP | 5 G | 5 A | 10 P | +1 | 14 PIM | 41 H | 24 SH | 0 SB

Season 52 World Cup
S52 WC - SCA - 10 GP | 3 G | 3 A | 6 P | -5 | 16 PIM | 46 H | 55 SH | 5 SB

Season 52 World Cup Playoffs
S52 WC - SCA - 1 GP | 0 G | 0 A | 0 P | -1 | 2 PIM | 4 H | 6 SH | 0 SB

In Season 52, Axelsson found himself on the first line, something that he had not done since his rookie year. He found himself on the right wing with Kohler and Koponen. In this season, he did exactly what he wanted to do and having a season to remember. During this season, he ended up with 80 points including his 38 goals and 42 assists. His +60 was also a number that he wanted to keep moving in the right direction. He had 381 hits which put him in 1st place in the entire VHL and 23 shots blocked. Also, his 136 penalty minutes would net him in 3rd place in the entire league. Out of his 38 goals, 11 of those were power play goals which put him in 3rd place in that category as well. 

 

This season would end up pretty successful for the Calgary Wranglers as they ended with a 50-16-6 record which put them 3rd in the North American Conference, only 4 points back of the second place Americans. The Wranglers would end up having to play the Americans in the VHL playoffs, a series that was so well matched that it ended up going to a 7th game, a game in which the Wranglers would have to play away from home. 

 

In the playoffs, Axelsson had a pretty successful campaign despite the Wranglers losing to the Americans in Game 7. The Americans would go on to win the Championship. Axelsson had 5 goals, 5 assists, as well as 41 hits and 24 shots. Again, he averaged about a penalty a game which is something that he wanted to cut back a little bit. He was also +1 during the playoffs, it was a good playoffs, but they were just outmatched by a team that proved to be a big challenge. 

 

Season 52 had the World Cup as well in which Axelsson was given the call. They played 10 games and fell to 6th place in the World Cup with only 9 points. Axelsson had 3 goals and 3 assists, but he could not find a way to keep the puck out of his own net while he was on the ice, he had a -5. The Scandinavians faced Team USA in the quarterfinals as again the World Cup for his team would be ended way quicker than they wanted as they lost 5-1 during that game.  

 

That was a season that really was a breakout season for Axelsson despite falling short in the Playoffs as well as the World Cup. This was an eye opening season for everyone who was watching Axelsson, as there was absolutely another team watching. 

 

Season 53 - Helsinki Titans

Season 53 Regular Season
S53 VHL - HSK - 72 GP | 45 G | 46 A | 91 P | +36 | 162 PIM | 402 H | 432 SH | 28 SB

Season 53 Playoffs
S53 VHL - HSK - 13 GP | 11 G | 6 A | 17 P | -1 | 38 PIM | 73 H | 95 SH | 8 SB

The Season 53 campaign started with an absolute shock to the entire VHL. The season started with a trade that would have Axelsson heading from Calgary across the water to Helsinki. The Helsinki Titans traded Jacob for Theo Axelsson, Black Velvet, and a Season 54 1st Round Pick. Jacob was a young Goaltender from the Island in the South Pacific Ocean. He came from a very popular agent, so that is likely why they made that decision. Jacob would end up with 1,030 TPE. In Jacob's lifetime as a player, he has amounted a record of 203-156-25 with 2.31 GAA and a save percentage of .923. He retired in Helsinki after the Season 60 season. 

 

This season proved to be a continuation of his breakout season. He continued to do exactly what he did previously in Calgary. He had a total of 91 points including 45 goals and 46 assists to accompany a +36 plus/minus number. He also had 402 hits which put him 1st in the league. This season was really a notice of what was to come for Helsinki and the reason why they made this trade for this guy. 

 

In the playoffs, the Titans ended up beating the Express in 7 games in the first round before falling to the Vikings in the second round in 6 games. During the playoffs, Axelsson continued to do more of exactly what he did in the regular season. He had 17 points in 13 games including 11 goals which almost put him at a goal per game and 2nd in the playoffs. What was more incredible was he also led the playoffs in hits with 402 and was 4th in the playoffs in shots with 95. Even though they fell short, it was not because of Axelsson. Calgary knew exactly what he was, bringing an impact to all 3 zones of the game, this was shown again here as he was a positive impact in all areas. Helsinki is loving what they have seen and it looks like the trip over the pond has really worked out well for the Swedish winger. 

 

Season 54 - Helsinki Titans | Scandinavia

Season 54 Regular Season
S54 VHL - HSK - 72 GP | 52 G | 46 A | 98 P | +67 | 165 PIM | 363 H | 455 SH | 16 SB

Season 54 Playoffs
S54 VHL - HSK - 17 GP | 12 G | 11 A | 23 P | +7 | 24 PIM | 100 H | 109 SH | 5 SB

Season 54 World Cup
S54 WC - SCA - 10 GP | 8 G | 7 A | 15 P | +1 | 22 PIM | 39 H | 69 SH | 8 SB

Season 54 World Cup Playoffs
S54 WC - SCA - 3 GP | 4 G | 1 A | 5 P | +3 | 6 PIM | 13 H | 23 SH | 2 SB

Season 54 was more of the same for Axelsson as he had another fantastic season with his 98 points in his 72 games for the Titans. The Titans would end up with the 4th best record in the league with 49-13-10 and 108 points. His 52 goals would put him in 4th place in the entire league with his shot percentage of 11.43% also placing 4th in the entire VHL. He would end up with 165 penalty minutes which put him 4th, 3rd in hits with 363, and was 1st in the league with 4 hat tricks. Overall, this is exactly what you wanted from this guy. You gave up a future #1 goaltender for this guy, this is what you expect. His +67 was absolutely phenomenal as he settled in with his linemates Sami Zayn and Franchise Cornerstone. Axelsson led his team in points and goals as well as penalty minutes. This is what he wanted, this is really where his accomplishments were finally realized. Axelsson would go home with the Scott Boulet Trophy as the Top Two Way Forward in the VHL. 

 

In the playoffs, the Titans would line up with the Riga Reign in the first round. In 5 games, the Titans would end up with a 4-1 series victory. This would lead them to facing the Vikings that had a bye in the first round. In 6 games, the Titans would take care of the Vikings to propel them to the finals to take on the second best team in the regular season after the Titans took care of the top team in the entire league. The Titans would take down the Meute in 6 games! Axelsson would finally be able to lift the cup high in the air, something he has not done since Season 51. This time, he had a huge impact in the playoffs in the 17 games in which his team played. He had 23 points including 12 goals and 11 assists with a +7. When you see a top line winger that can do this, this is what you need to see. 

 

Again, Axelsson would get the call after winning the Championship to head to the World Cup. The Scandinavians would end up in the 5th spot in the Cup with 13 points, 4 points behind the 4th ranked team. During the Round Robin play, he had 15 points with 8 goals and 7 assists and a +1. This just continued on from his season which he was a nightmare for opposing teams. He continued doing this during the World Cup. During the playoffs, the Scandinavians would end up playing the Mercenaries in the first round in which they would end up winning in a 5-3 game. This would bring the Scandinavians to the semifinal game in which they would face off against the United States. In a close game, the Scandinavians would end up losing 1-0 which would push the team to the Bronze Medal game. In that game. they would end up facing the World Team. Axelsson scored 2 goals in the Bronze Medal game on a 3-1 victory to lead his team to yet another medal. This was not the medal that the Scandinavians wanted, but it was better than nothing. 

 

Season 55 - Helsinki Titans

Season 55 Regular Season
S55 VHL - HSK - 72 GP | 44 G | 60 A | 104 P | +56 | 82 PIM | 245 H | 558 SH | 19 SB

Season 56 Playoffs
S55 VHL - HSK - 12 GP | 7 G | 6 A | 13 P | +6 | 18 PIM | 34 H | 77 SH | 5 SB

In Season 54, he came up 2 points short of the 100 point plateau, but in Season 55, he was not going to miss this one. In this season, Axelsson ended up having 44 goals and 60 assists to lead his team to the best record in the entire league. The Titans would end up having a 58-12-2 record for 118 points, 1 point ahead of the Vikings. His 44 goals were 9th in the league and his 60 assists were 6th in the league. How many players do you see that is top 10 in goals, assists, as well as hits. He was 8th in hits. He also amassed 19 shots blocked which is not one of the top in the league, but it was definitely impressive for a forward. This season continues on his tear as one of the top forwards in the entire league. 

 

In the playoffs, the Titans would end up with a 1st round bye before taking on the winner of the HC Dynamo and Vikings series which went 7 games. The Dynamo ended up upsetting the Vikings to go on and face the Titans in the second round. The Titans would take the series in 5 games to bring them closer to the Championship. With the Meute defeating the Americans in the other conference, the Titans would be facing the Meute in the Championship game. This series would go 7 games before the Titans would take the series in that game. Axelsson was the hero. He was the overtime hero as he scored the goal in Overtime to give the Titans the Victory Cup. Axelsson was again a Champion. 

 

There needs to be so much credit given to Axelsson in the playoffs as he averaged a point per game. He had 7 goals and 6 assists for a total of 13 points. There was no doubt that he should be named the Daisuke Kanou Trophy Winner as the Playoff MVP. Not only did he have the game winning goal, but he was an impactful player for the Titans throughout the playoffs. He was a Champion for the 2nd time in his career. 

 

Season 56 - Helsinki Titans Scandinavia

Season 56 Regular Season
S56 VHL - HSK - 72 GP | 47 G | 63 A | 110 P | +66 | 144 PIM | 352 H | 535 SH | 37 SB

Season 56 Playoffs
S56 VHL - HSK - 7 GP | 2 G | 4 A | 6 P | 0 | 12 PIM | 37 H | 38 SH | 2 SB

Season 56 World Cup
S56 WC - SCA - 10 GP | 6 G | 4 A | 10 P | -2 | 37 PIM | 52 H | 81 SH | 6 SB

Season 56 World Cup Playoffs
S56 WC - SCA - 1 GP | 0 G | 0 A | 0 P | 4 PIM | 8 H | 5 SH | 0 SB

The Titans had a little bit of a hangover from the Victory Cup victory, but they still definitely made the playoffs. The Titans would end up with a record of 44-25-3 and 91 points which put them by far in the playoffs as the Express were not even close to them in the European Conference. During this season, again Axelsson wanted that 100 point plateau which he crushed by a good margin. In fact, his 47 goals and 63 points would put him at 110 points for the season. In addition, his +66 was very impressive. His team would not lead the league, but again, he takes home the hardware that he deserved, the Scott Boulet Trophy as the Top Two Way Forward. He had 352 hits as well which definitely cements the fact that this trophy should be his. 

 

The Titans would have to travel to the team that placed above them in the European Conference, the HC Dynamo. This game would end up going 7 games, but in the end, the HC Dynamo would be too powerful for the Titans as they would out the Titans in those 7 games. During the Playoffs, Axelsson ended up having 6 points in 7 games with 2 goals and 4 assists. It was not exactly the Playoff performance from last season, but it was something that was still very solid. It would end way too soon as the HC Dynamo ended up losing in the Victory Cup to the Quebec Meute. 

 

Once again, his country would be calling as Team Scandinavia wanted him to play in the last World Cup of his career. Scandinavia would fall to last place, but it was certainly not because of Axelsson. He averaged a point per game with 10 points in 10 games including the 6 goals. He tried to do everything he can, but it was not enough as he was just not enough to get it done. 

 

The Scandinavians would be outed short of where they wanted to be as they played Team World in the quarterfinal. They would end up losing 3-1 in that game, so that would be the end of his Career in the World Cup. He had a couple medals, but other than that, it was pretty disappointing for this Swedish forward. He only had 4 penalty minutes and 8 hits in that game. 

 

Season 57 - Helsinki Titans

Season 57 Regular Season
S57 VHL - HSK - 72 GP | 50 G | 63 A | 113 P | +76 | 120 PIM | 409 H | 573 SH | 22 SB

Season 57 Playoffs
S57 VHL - HSK - 9 GP | 6 G | 9 A | 15 P | +11 | 26 PIM | 47 H | 70 SH | 3 SB

 

With Axelsson announcing that Season 57 would be the last season for him, he wanted to make this the best season of his career, and he delivered on that promise. He had 50 goals and 63 assists for a total of 113 points. He also had +76 which is something that is incredible. He also put up 409 hits, something that he has been consistent with throughout his career. His 50 goals would put him 6th in the league as well as his hits would put him 3rd in the entire league. In his last season, Axelsson led his team to a record of 49-20-3 with 101 points, 2nd in the European Conference. Once again to the surprise of no one, he came home with the Scott Boulet Trophy. 

 

The Titans would host the Express in the first round of the playoffs, something that the Titans would sweep. However, the second round went less than ideally for them. They would end up losing to the Reign in 5 games which would end the career of Axelsson. He had 15 points throughout the playoffs including 6 goals and 9 assists. This playoff was one to remember for him, but he wished he would have come up with more hardware. 

 

Career Stats

Career Regular Season
S48 VHLM - SSK - 26 GP | 16 G | 17 A |  33 P | +13 |  16 PIM |  64 H | 146 SH | 10 SB
S49 VHLM - BRM - 72 GP | 65 G | 64 A | 129 P | +46 | 114 PIM | 309 H | 547 SH | 23 SB
S50 VHL - CGY - 72 GP | 27 G | 31 A |  58 P |  +5 |  96 PIM | 324 H | 359 SH | 38 SB
S51 VHL - CGY - 72 GP | 28 G | 37 A |  65 P | +54 |  84 PIM | 253 H | 391 SH | 11 SB
S52 VHL - CGY - 72 GP | 38 G | 42 A |  80 P | +60 | 136 PIM | 381 H | 421 SH | 23 SB
S53 VHL - HSK - 72 GP | 45 G | 46 A |  91 P | +36 | 162 PIM | 402 H | 432 SH | 28 SB
S54 VHL - HSK - 72 GP | 52 G | 46 A |  98 P | +67 | 165 PIM | 363 H | 455 SH | 16 SB
S55 VHL - HSK - 72 GP | 44 G | 60 A | 104 P | +56 |  82 PIM | 245 H | 558 SH | 19 SB
S56 VHL - HSK - 72 GP | 47 G | 63 A | 110 P | +66 | 144 PIM | 352 H | 535 SH | 37 SB
S57 VHL - HSK - 72 GP | 50 G | 63 A | 113 P | +76 | 120 PIM | 409 H | 573 SH | 22 SB

Career VHLM: 98 GP | 81 G | 81 A | 162 P | +59 | 130 PIM | 373 H | 693 SH | 33 SB
Career VHL: 576 GP | 331 G | 388 A | 719 P | +420 | 989 PIM | 2729 H | 3724 SH | 194 SB

Career Playoffs
S48 VHLM - SSK - 9 GP | 10 G |  4 A | 14 P | +5 | 12 PIM | 11 H |  88 SH | 8 SB
S49 VHLM - BRM - 6 GP |  6 G |  4 A | 10 P | -1 | 14 PIM |  7 H |  33 SH | 1 SB
S50 VHL - CGY -  4 GP |  3 G |  1 A |  4 P |  -2 |  8 PIM |  15 H |  23 SH | 1 SB
S51 VHL - CGY -  5 GP |  0 G |  1 A |  1 P |  -2 | 14 PIM |  15 H |  22 SH | 2 SB
S52 VHL - CGY -  7 GP |  5 G |  5 A | 10 P |  +1 | 14 PIM |  41 H |  24 SH | 0 SB
S53 VHL - HSK - 13 GP | 11 G |  6 A | 17 P |  -1 | 38 PIM |  73 H |  95 SH | 8 SB
S54 VHL - HSK - 17 GP | 12 G | 11 A | 23 P |  +7 | 24 PIM | 100 H | 109 SH | 5 SB
S55 VHL - HSK - 12 GP |  7 G |  6 A | 13 P |  +6 | 18 PIM |  34 H |  77 SH | 5 SB
S56 VHL - HSK -  7 GP |  2 G |  4 A |  6 P |   0 | 12 PIM |  37 H |  38 SH | 2 SB
S57 VHL - HSK -  9 GP |  6 G |  9 A | 15 P | +11 | 26 PIM |  47 H |  70 SH | 3 SB

Career VHLM: 15 GP | 16 G | 8 A | 24 P | +4 | 26 PIM | 18 H | 121 SH | 9 SB
Career VHL: 74 GP | 46 G | 43 A | 89 P | +20 | 154 PIM | 362 H | 458 SH | 26 SB

Career World Cup
S48 WC - SCA - 10 GP | 1 G | 3 A |  4 P | +3 |  2 PIM | 14 H | 10 SH | 1 SB
S50 WC - SCA - 10 GP | 1 G | 0 A |  1 P | -6 | 24 PIM | 45 H | 29 SH | 3 SB
S52 WC - SCA - 10 GP | 3 G | 3 A |  6 P | -5 | 16 PIM | 46 H | 55 SH | 5 SB
S54 WC - SCA - 10 GP | 8 G | 7 A | 15 P | +1 | 22 PIM | 39 H | 69 SH | 8 SB
S56 WC - SCA - 10 GP | 6 G | 4 A | 10 P | -2 | 37 PIM | 52 H | 81 SH | 6 SB

Career WC: 50 GP | 19 G | 17 A | 36 P | -9 | 101 PIM | 196 H | 244 SH | 23 SB

Career World Cup Playoffs
S48 WC - SCA - 3 GP | 0 G | 1 A | 1 P | +1 | 0 PIM |  2 H |  1 SH | 1 SB
S50 WC - SCA - 1 GP | 1 G | 0 A | 1 P | -4 | 2 PIM |  8 H |  6 SH | 0 SB
S52 WC - SCA - 1 GP | 0 G | 0 A | 0 P | -1 | 2 PIM |  4 H |  6 SH | 0 SB
S54 WC - SCA - 3 GP | 4 G | 1 A | 5 P | +3 | 6 PIM | 13 H | 23 SH | 2 SB
S56 WC - SCA - 1 GP | 0 G | 0 A | 0 P | -1 | 4 PIM |  8 H |  5 SH | 0 SB

Career WC: 9 GP | 5 G | 2 A | 7 P | -2 | 14 PIM | 35 H | 41 SH | 3 SB
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