Lukas Kaspar (LW)
|Birth place:||Litvinov, Czech Republic|
2007-08 with Worcester & San Jose (NHL): Final Stats – 73 games played, 41 points (17 goals, 24 assists), 44 penalty minutes, -9 rating … Finished fourth on the team with 41 points and 17 goals … Scored a goal on 4/12 vs. Lowell … Tied a season-high with two assists on 4/13 vs. Springfield … Credited with an assist on 4/11 at Portland … Extended point streak to three games with an assist vs. Springfield (4/6) … Scored second shorthanded goal of the season on 4/5 at Manchester … Picked up an assist on 4/2 at Springfield … Recorded an assist on 3/28 at Hartford … Tallied an assist vs. Bridgeport (3/21) … Tied season-high with two assists (and points) on 3/19 vs. Bridgeport … Picked up a goal in second-consecutive game against the Devils, this time at Lowell on 3/14 … Scored Sharks’ first goal of the game on 3/8 vs. Lowell … Picked up an assist via a beautiful pass on Graham Mink’s power play goal vs. Albany (3/7) … Tallied an assist vs. Manchester (2/29) … Had second multi assist game of season with two vs. Springfield (2/24) … Broke seven-game pointless drought with an assist at Norfolk (2/16) … Scored a key shorthanded goal, cutting Springfield’s lead to 3-2, a game the Sharks would eventually win in a shootout (1/26) … Had an assist at Hartford (1/25) … Picked up a pair of assists, including one on the game-tying goal at Springfield (1/21) … Scored goals in three consecutive games (1/11-1/18) … Picked up a goal on a mini breakaway 54 seconds into the game for a 1-0 lead vs. Portland (1/18) … Scored a goal for second-consecutive game at Hartford (1/16), a power play goal … Beat Albany goaltender and NHL veteran John Grahame on a perfectly-placed shot to tie the score at two (1/12) … Threw the puck towards the net at Providence (1/11), which Riley Armstrong redirected in …Picked up the game-winning goal with 2.1 seconds remaining in regulation to give the Sharks a thrilling 3-2 victory at Manchester (12/31) … Scored a goal vs. Manchester two days earlier (12/29) … Had a four-game point streak (6 pts: 4g, 2a) from 12/15-12/21 … Recorded a three game point streak (3 pts: 2g, 1a) on 11/30-12/7 … Recalled by San Jose 10/28 and made his NHL debut in Dallas on 10/29 … Played three games with San Jose (0-0-0) before being sent back to Worcester 11/6….. Scored his first goal of season at Springfield on 10/6.
2006-07 with Worcester: Scored his first goal of the season, and added an assist on 10/27 vs. Portland …Totaled two assists on 11/22 at Hartford … Scored an insurance goal on 1/13 at Springfield … Scored a goal in his second consecutive game on 1/14 at Portland … Earned his fifth multi-point game of the season on 3/16 vs. Hershey with two assists … Registered his sixth multi-point effort (2 pts: 0g, 2a) and second consecutive on 3/18 vs. Portland, including a career best 23rd assist of the year … Extended his career-best point streak to five games with the game-winning goal on 3/24 vs. Providence … Scored a goal and assist for his seventh multi-point game of the year on 4/11 vs. Lowell … Recorded career-highs in games played (78), assists (28) and points (40) … Calder Cup Playoffs: Played in all six playoff games, recording two assists and six penalty minutes.
2005-06 with Cleveland (AHL): Signed three-year agreement with San Jose on 9/18 … Assigned to Cleveland from San Jose on 9/27 … Made his professional debut on 10/8 vs. Rochester … Scored a goal for the second consecutive game on 10/21 at Rochester … Scored a goal and two assists on 11/17 vs. Syracuse … Scored first-career short-handed goal on 1/08 vs. Manitoba … Scored two goals, including his second short-handed tally of the season, and added an assist on 1/15 at Chicago in a 6-3 win … Scored game-winning goal on 2/19 at Rochester to snap 13-game winless stretch … Scored two goals, including the game-winner on 3/04 vs. Hamilton … Tied for fourth among AHL rookies with two short-handed goals.
2004-05 with Ottawa (OHL): Made his North American debut with Ottawa 67’s of OHL and finished fourth among league rookies in points (51), tied for fifth in assists (30) and sixth in goals (21) … Six power play goals was tied for fourth on the team … Led all rookies with 20 pts (6g, 14a) in postseason play … Represented Czech Republic at 2004 World Junior Championships in North Dakota.
2003-04 with Litvinov CHP HC (Czech): Represented Czech Republic at the 2003 Under-18 World Junior Championships.
2002-03 with Litvinov CHP HC: Earned a promotion to Czech Republic Extra League after posting 29 points in 27 games with Litvinov’s Under-20 team at the start of season.
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|Regular Season Stats|
|2009-10 Regular Season||Adirondack Phantoms||8||1||2||3||2||7||4||0||0||0||0.000|
|2008-09 Regular Season||Worcester Sharks||65||17||27||44||11||195||40||0||2||0||0.000|
|2007-08 Regular Season||Worcester Sharks||73||17||24||41||-9||177||44||0||5||0||0.000|
|2006-07 Regular Season||Worcester Sharks||78||12||28||40||-1||145||64||1||5||0||0.200|
|2005-06 Regular Season||Cleveland Barons||76||14||22||36||-18||110||88||0||1||0||0.000|
|2009 Calder Cup Playoffs||Worcester Sharks||12||2||2||4||-1||26||0||0||0||0||0.000|
|2007 Calder Cup Playoffs||Worcester Sharks||6||0||2||2||-1||16||6||0||0||0||0.000|