Jonathon Kalinski (LW)
2011-12: Acquired by Tampa Bay along with Florida’s second-round pick in either 2012 or 2013 (previously acquired, Florida’s choice) and a 2013
fourth-round pick from Philadelphia in exchange for defenseman Pavel Kubina on 02/18/12...Appeared in 40 games for Adirondack (AHL) to begin
2011-12...Tallied 12 points (nine goals, three assists)...Scored shorthanded, game-winning goal in season debut on 11/04/11 with Adirondack at
Springfield...Missed opening ten games of the 2011-12 season due to injury...Re-signed by Philadelphia to a one-year contract in July 19, 2011
CAREER: Netted shootout-winning goal in 100th professional game on 12/19/09 with Adirondack at Worcester...Recorded one assist in Adirondack debut on 10/03/09 vs. Worcester...Scored first NHL goal, the game winner, on 12/23/08 with Philadelphia at Vancouver (Cory Schneider)...Picked up first career NHL point (assist) on 12/23/08 with Philadelphia vs. Ottawa...Made NHL debut on 11/21/08 with Philadelphia at Buffalo...Made pro playoff debut on 04/16/08 with Philadelphia at Albany...Notched first career pro point with an assist on 04/06/08 with Philadelphia vs. Bridgeport...Made pro/AHL debut with Philadelphia (AHL) on 04/05/08 at Wilkes-Barre/Scranton...Signed an entry-level deal with Philadelphia (NHL) on March 30, 2008...Ranked fourth on team with 27 points during 06-07 season with Minnesota State Univ. – Mankato...Tied for the team lead with 17 goals while equaling a team record with four shorthanded goals.