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Mike Zigomanis (C)

Rochester Americans

Name: Mike Zigomanis
Number: 12
Position: C
Shoots: R
Height: 6-0
Weight: 193
Birthdate: 1981-01-17
Birth place: Toronto, ON

Biography

ACQUIRED
Signed a one-year American Hockey League contract with the Rochester Americans on July 10, 2013.

LAST SEASON
2012-13: Completed his third full season with the AHL’s Toronto Marlies… Tied for first on the team with 28 assists and finished fourth with 35 points while scoring seven goals… His 117 shots on goal ranked third among Toronto skaters… Contributed a team-high nine points (2+7) and eight PIM in nine Calder Cup playoff contests, helping the Marlied advance to the second round for the second straight year… Named the AHL’s winner of the Yanick Dupré Memorial Award for his outstanding dedication and service to the Toronto community… Notched two points (1+1) and was +3 at Rochester on 4/19 to close out the regular season… Recorded a season-high three assists at Rochester on 3/29… Had a three-game point streak (1+2) from 10/20 to 10/26… Opened the campaign with an assist vs. Rochester on 10/13

CAREER
2011-12: Captured a career-high 61 points on 19 goals and 42 assists in 68 games with the Marlies… Paced the Toronto offense in assists and points and ranked fourth in goals to finish tied for 14th in the AHL scoring race… Ranked 10th in assists and placed tied for 14th in the league with 19 power-play helpers… Led the Marlies with three shorthanded tallies and six game-winning goals, good for fifth and ninth in the AHL, respectively… His overtime game-winners led the AHL… Played in 13 playoff games with Toronto, notching six points with four goals and two assists… Helped the Marlies to a Western Conference Championship and a trip to the Calder Cup Finals, where Toronto was swept 4-0 by the eventual champion Norfolk Admirals… Scored the series-clinching-goal in overtime and was named the game’s first star vs. Abbotsford on 5/09… Registered a point in each game of Toronto’s opening round series against Rochester, including goals in Games 1 and 2… Made his Toronto playoff debut in Game 1 vs. Rochester on 4/19… Posted another five-game point streak (2+6) from 3/09 to 3/18… Registered a season-high three assists against Milwaukee on 3/17… Recorded a team-high 18 multi-point outings on the season… Scored a pair of goals vs. Oklahoma City on 1/06… Had a five-game point streak (1+5) from 11/19 to 12/04… Opened the campaign with a season-long seven-game point streak (2+8) from 10/08 to 10/26… 2010-11: Skated in eight NHL contests with the Toronto Maple Leafs, earning one assist… Registered 47 points (14+33) in 64 AHL contests with the Marlies, finishing first on the team in assists and points… Tied for fifth in goals, including six on the power-play… Ranked second with 146 shots on goal while averaging .73 points per game… Recorded 11 multi-point games, ranking first (tie) on the team… Enjoyed a three-game goal-scoring streak (3+1) from 3/08 to 3/12… Had a four-game point streak (3+5) from 11/06 to 11/11, a stretch that also featured three straight multi-point games… Had a three-game assist streak (2+3) from 1/09 to 1/16… Assisted on three goals at Peoria on 12/21… Scored his first goal as a Marlie in a three-point game (1+2) at Oklahoma City on 11/07… Collected an assist in his season debut for the Marlies at San Antonio on 11/03… Posted first point as a Maple Leaf with an assist at Pittsburgh on 10/13… Earned 12:14 of ice time and notched three shots over 18 shifts against Ottawa on 10/09… Began the season with the big club, making his Leafs debut and winning 100% of his face-offs vs. Montreal on 10/07… 2009-10: Opened the campaign by recording 13 assists in seven games with the Marlies… Had a six-game assist streak (0+13) from 10/20 to 11/06 and strung together five multi-point outings over a six-game stretch… Matched his season-high with three helpers vs. Wilkes-Barre/Scranton on 11/01… Collected three assists in his Marlies debut at Abbotsford on 10/20… Finished the season with Djurgardens IF of the SEL, notching 11 points (4+7) and 12 PIM in 27 games… Racked up eight PIM in five SEL postseason appearances for Djurgardens IF… 2008-09: Helped the Pittsburgh Penguins claim the Stanley Cup after posting six points (2+4) and 27 PIM in 22 games during the regular season… Scored one goal with 15 PIM and logged a season-high 17:24 over 22 shifts vs. Vancouver on 11/22… Assisted on a pair of goals at the New York Islanders on 11/08… Scored his first goal as a Penguin vs. Philadelphia on 10/14… Made his Penguins debut against New Jersey on 10/08, seeing 11:13 of ice time… 2007-08: Scored two goals and added one assist in 33 NHL games with the Phoenix Coyotes… Appeared in 27 games for the AHL’s San Antonio Rampage, recording 25 points on 10 goals and 15 assists… Averaged .93 points per game and was +9 with the Rampage… Contributed five assists and 10 PIM in seven Calder Cup Playoff appearances with San Antonio… Made his Rampage playoff debut in Game 1 of San Antonio’s first-round series against Toronto, earning two assists… Closed out the regular season with six points (4+2) over the final five games, including a goal in each of his last three outings… Posted a three-game point streak (1+6) from 3/23 to 3/29… Had a season-long seven-game point streak (4+5) from 2/29 to 3/20… Scored his first goal as a member of the Rampage at Lake Erie on 2/01… Notched two assists in his San Antonio debut at Lake Erie on 1/31… Registered one assist and won 81.8% of his face-offs against Toronto on 11/24… Netted second goal of the season at St. Louis on 10/30… Scored a goal and was +1 vs. Edmonton on 10/18… Skated 15:28 and tabbed three shots vs. Boston on 10/06… 2006-07: Played the entire season in Phoenix, capturing NHL career-highs with 14 goals, nine assists and 23 points in 75 games for the Coyotes… Had a four-game point streak (2+3) from 2/13 to 2/19… Skated a season-high 20:41 and won 50.0% off his face-offs over 29 shifts at Nashville on 2/19… Scored a goal and added an assist at Tampa Bay on 2/13… Took a game-high six shots against Minnesota on 2/03… Notched a season-high three points (2+1) and five shots vs. Los Angeles on 11/30… Recorded his first assist with the Coyotes vs. Minnesota on 11/14… Scored his first goal as a Coyote at St. Louis on 10/17… Made his Coyotes debut against the New York Islanders, skating 12:44 and earning 16 shifts… 2005-06: Amassed one goal and four PIM in 23 combined NHL appearances with the Carolina Hurricanes and St. Louis Blues… Scored one goal in 21 games with Carolina before a midseason trade to St. Louis… Played in two games with the Blues… Totaled 41 points (16+25) and 35 PIM in 39 AHL games between the Lowell Lock Monsters and Peoria Rivermen… Appeared in four postseason contests with the Rivermen, collecting six points (2+4) and six PIM… Picked up three points (2+1) and was credited with seven shots in his playoff debut for Peoria in Game 1 at Houston on 4/21… Ended the regular season with 11 points (6+5) over Peoria’s final six games, including a season-best five-point outing (3+2) at Omaha on 4/08… Posted a three-game assist streak (0+5) from 3/04 to 3/07, including a three-assist game at Omaha on 3/05… Had a three-game point streak (2+3) for the Rivermen from 2/24 to 3/01… Potted a pair of goals and added an assist vs. Chicago on 2/26… Notched his first two points with the Rivermen with two assists vs. Iowa on 2/12… Made Peoria debut vs. Syracuse on 2/07… Made his Blues debut at Detroit on 2/01, skating 6:52 and recording one shot… Posted a five-game point streak (2+4) with Lowell from 1/06 to 1/14… Netted lone NHL goal at Buffalo on 11/09… Made season debut for Carolina at Tampa Bay on 10/05… 2004-05: Spent the entire campaign with the AHL’s Lowell Lock Monsters… Scored a career-high 29 goals and chipped in 31 assists for 60 points in 76 games for Lowell… Finished second on the team in goals and ranked fourth in assists and points… Piloted Lowell to a third-place finish in the Atlantic Division… Led the Lock Monsters in postseason scoring with 11 points (4+7) in 11 playoff games and was the only Lowell player to perform at a point-per-game during the Calder Cup Playoffs, helping Lowell reach the second round… 2003-04: Recorded three assists and two PIM in 17 NHL games with Carolina… Paced AHL Lowell in scoring with a team-high 52 points (17+35) in 61 games… Finished tied for second with 17 goals while his 35 assists were also a team-best… Represented Lowell at the 2004 AHL All-Star Game… Collected an assist and skated a season-high 14:35 at Pittsburgh on 3/19… Recorded two shots in his season debut for Carolina at Colorado on 2/03… 2002-03: Notched three points on two goals and one assist in 19 NHL games for Carolina… Ranked third in scoring among Lowell skaters with 31 points (13+18) despite appearing in just 38 AHL contests… Recorded his first NHL assist and multi-point game with two points (1+1) at Pittsburgh on 4/02… Earned a season-high 22 shifts and 17:20 of ice time at Atlanta on 3/26… Scored his first-career NHL goal on the power-play in his first-career NHL game at Phoenix on 2/26… Finished the game with 10:44 of ice time, winning 83.3% of his face-offs in his NHL debut… 2001-02: Enjoyed a breakout rookie campaign that saw him tally 48 points (18+30) and 24 PIM while appearing in all but one game with Lowell… Led all Lock Monsters rookies in scoring and finished third overall… Added two points (1+1) and two PIM in five Calder Cup Playoff appearances for Lowell… 2000-01: Completed his junior career by leading the Kingston Frontenacs (OHL) in goals (40) and points (77) and ranking third on the team in assists (33) in 52 games… Posted his second straight 40-goal season and was the only Frontenac to reach the mark in back-to-back seasons… Finished eighth in the league in goals and 18th in the OHL in scoring… Finished first on the team and tied for 12th in the league with three shorthanded tallies… His three shorthanded assists placed fifth among OHL leaders… Paced the OHL with two overtime game-winning goals… Scored six power-play goals and finished third with a +21 on-ice rating… Led the Frontencas with 25 multi-point games, including seven consecutive outings between 11/19 and 12/10, recording 23 points (10+13) over that span… Tallied a 10-game point streak (8+11) from 1/20 to 2/16… Matched his season-high with four points (1+3) against Brampton on 2/03… Scored one goal and added three assists vs. Ottawa on 12/02… Notched a season-high four points (2+2) at Sudbury on 11/14… Had an eight-game goal-scoring streak from 11/10 to 11/25, scoring 11 goals and 19 points… Tied for the OHL’s third-longest streak of the season... 1999-00: Named the recipient of the William Hanley Trophy as the OHL’s Most Gentlemanly Player after pacing Kingston with 40 goals and 94 points in 59 games… Ranked second on the team with 54 assists and finished fifth in the OHL scoring race… Tied for eighth in the league in goals and seventh in assists… Recorded a team-high 34 points on the power-play with 13 goals and 21 assists, good enough for 12th and 16th in the OHL, respectively… Contributed three shorthanded goals and averaged a team-best 1.59 points per game… Had a team-best 29 multi-point games… Registered four assists in five OHL postseason appearances for Kingston… Compiled a nine-game point streak (10+8) from 1/28 to 2/18, scoring a goal in each of the first six games during the stretch… Strung together four straight multi-point games of at least three points or more between 11/12 and 11/19, picking up 17 points (7+10) over that span…Collected a single game-high six points (1+5) vs. Plymouth on 11/19… Scored two goals and one assist in his season debut at Toronto on 9/26… 1998-99: Ranked second among Kingston skaters with 85 points (29+65)… Led the Frontenacs with 56 assists and finished fifth with 29 goals in 67 appearances… Placed 15th in the OHL in assists… Scored one goal with seven assists for eight points in five playoff contests… Accounted for a team-high 27 multi-point games, including eight straight between 10/24 and 11/20, notching 19 points (5+14) over that span… Assisted on four goals at Brampton on 2/28… Posted a six-game point streak (5+10) from 11/01 to 11/14… Notched second hat trick at Belleville on 9/30… Opened the campaign with a five-point outing (2+3) vs. Mississauga on 9/25… 1997-98: Finished third among OHL rookies in scoring with 74 points (23+51) in 62 games with Kingston… Led all Frontenacs freshmen in goals, assists and points and ranked sixth overall… Tied for 13th in the league with 51 assists… Notched 22 of his 51 helpers on the power-play, good 11th in the OHL in that category… Netted nine power-play goals and placed second on Kingston with a +23 on-ice rating… Posted 19 multi-point games… Recorded seven points (1+6) in 12 playoff games, tying for seventh in postseason scoring… Netted first playoff goal in Game 7 of Kingston’s first-round series vs. Oshawa on 3/26… Collected first playoff point with an assist in Game 5 vs. Oshawa on 3/24… Made his OHL postseason debut in Game 1 of Kingston’s first-round series against Oshawa on 3/15… Had a three-game goal-scoring streak (3+2) from 2/24 to 2/28… Scored his first-career hat trick as part of a four-point game (3+1) vs. Owen Sound 1/16… Scored a pair of goals and added three assists at Toronto on 11/23… Opened his rookie campaign with a five-game point streak (1+13) from 9/17 to 9/26… Registered five assists at Oshawa on 9/21… Scored his first goal, recorded his first assist and collected his first-career multi-point game in his OHL debut against Oshawa on 9/17… 1996-97: Tallied seven points (2+5) and two PIM in eight games with the Wexford Raiders of the MetJHL… INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION: Won a bronze medal with Team Canada at the 2001 IIHF World Junior Championship, collecting four points (2+2) in seven international contests

View Game By Game Stats Player Stats

Regular Season Stats
Season Team GP G A PTS +/- SOG PIM SOG SOA SOGW SO
2013-14 Regular Season Rochester Americans 50 12 17 29 0 115 32 1 4 0 0.250
2012-13 Regular Season Toronto Marlies 65 7 28 35 2 117 42 0 1 0 0.000
2011-12 Regular Season Toronto Marlies 68 19 42 61 11 178 52 0 3 0 0.000
2010-11 Regular Season Toronto Marlies 64 14 33 47 -3 146 66 2 10 2 0.200
2009-10 Regular Season Toronto Marlies 7 0 13 13 5 13 0 1 1 0 1.000
2007-08 Regular Season San Antonio Rampage 27 10 15 25 9 76 14 1 1 0 1.000
2005-06 Regular Season Peoria Rivermen 28 10 18 28 2 104 16 1 8 0 0.125
2005-06 Regular Season Lowell Lock Monsters 11 6 7 13 -2 35 19 1 1 0 1.000
Playoff Stats
Season Team GP G A PTS +/- SOG PIM SOG SOA SOGW SO
2013 Calder Cup Playoffs Toronto Marlies 9 2 7 9 -2 18 8 0 0 0 0.000
2012 Calder Cup Playoffs Toronto Marlies 13 4 2 6 -7 40 10 0 0 0 0.000
2008 Calder Cup Playoffs San Antonio Rampage 7 0 5 5 0 18 10 0 0 0 0.000
2006 Calder Cup Playoffs Peoria Rivermen 4 2 4 6 1 13 6 0 0 0 0.000