Thomas Pock (D)
Lake Erie Monsters
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2011-12: Spent the season with MoDo in the Swedish Elite League, where he ranked first among team defensemen with 25 points (9g/16a) while appearing in all 55 gamesâ€¦Also skated in six playoff contests. 2010-11: Completed his second season with Rapperswil-Jona (Swiss-A), where he led team defensemen in goals (8), assists (17) and points (25) in 47 gamesâ€¦Skated in 10 postseason contests, ranking third on the club with five points (2g/3a). 2009-10: Appeared in 49 games with Rapperswil-Jonaâ€¦Ranked second on the team in assists (22) and was third in goals (11) and points (33)â€¦During the postseason, led the squad in assists (7) and ranked third in points (9). 2008-09: Was claimed off waivers by the New York Islanders prior to the season on Sept. 29 and spent the entire year in Long Islandâ€¦Appeared in 59 games, collecting a goal and three assists. 2007-08: Spent the majority of the year with the Hartford Wolf Pack (AHL), appearing in 74 gamesâ€¦Ranked fourth on the team in assists (37) and sixth in points (44)â€¦Skated in one game for the Rangersâ€¦Went scoreless in five postseason contests for Hartford. 2006-07: Recorded eight points (4g/4a) in 44 games with the New York Rangersâ€¦Also made four appearances with Hartford (AHL), tallying one assistâ€¦Made his Stanley Cup Playoff debut on April 12 at Atlanta and recorded an assistâ€¦Went on to collect three points (0g/3a) in the Rangersâ€™ four-game sweep of Atlanta in the first round. 2005-06: Appeared in 67 games with Hartford, ranking third among AHL defensemen in scoring with 61 points (15g/46a)â€¦Also earned three points (0g/3a) in six postseason appearancesâ€¦Saw action in eight NHL games with the Rangers, picking up a goal and one assist. 2004-05: Spent the majority of the season with the Hartford Wolf Pack (AHL), tallying one goal and five assists in 50 gamesâ€¦Dressed in six playoff games for Hartfordâ€¦Also spent time with Charlotte (ECHL), where he recorded two points (0g/2a) in three games. 2003-04: Led UMass-Amherst (Hockey East) in scoring with 41 points (16g/25a) in 37 games during his senior seasonâ€¦Signed with the New York Rangers on March 23â€¦Scored his first NHL goal in his professional debut with the Rangers on March 23 against Pittsburgh at Madison Square Gardenâ€¦Skated in six games with the Rangers, earning four points (2g/2a). 2002-03: Completed his junior season at UMass-Amherst, ranking third on the team in scoring with 37 points (17g/20a) in 37 games. 2001-02: Posted his second-consecutive 12-point season (5g/7a) with the Minutemen. 2000-01: Collected 12 points (6g/6a) and 59 penalty minutes in 33 games as a freshman at UMass-Amherst. International: Represented Austria in the qualifying round of the 2002 Winter Olympics.