Mike Zigomanis (C)
Signed a one-year American Hockey League contract with the Rochester Americans on July 10, 2013.
2012-13: Completed his third full season with the AHLâ€™s Toronto Marliesâ€¦ Tied for first on the team with 28 assists and finished fourth with 35 points while scoring seven goalsâ€¦ His 117 shots on goal ranked third among Toronto skatersâ€¦ 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 yearâ€¦ Named the AHLâ€™s winner of the Yanick DuprÃ© Memorial Award for his outstanding dedication and service to the Toronto communityâ€¦ Notched two points (1+1) and was +3 at Rochester on 4/19 to close out the regular seasonâ€¦ Recorded a season-high three assists at Rochester on 3/29â€¦ Had a three-game point streak (1+2) from 10/20 to 10/26â€¦ Opened the campaign with an assist vs. Rochester on 10/13
2011-12: Captured a career-high 61 points on 19 goals and 42 assists in 68 games with the Marliesâ€¦ Paced the Toronto offense in assists and points and ranked fourth in goals to finish tied for 14th in the AHL scoring raceâ€¦ Ranked 10th in assists and placed tied for 14th in the league with 19 power-play helpersâ€¦ Led the Marlies with three shorthanded tallies and six game-winning goals, good for fifth and ninth in the AHL, respectivelyâ€¦ His overtime game-winners led the AHLâ€¦ Played in 13 playoff games with Toronto, notching six points with four goals and two assistsâ€¦ 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 Admiralsâ€¦ Scored the series-clinching-goal in overtime and was named the gameâ€™s first star vs. Abbotsford on 5/09â€¦ Registered a point in each game of Torontoâ€™s opening round series against Rochester, including goals in Games 1 and 2â€¦ Made his Toronto playoff debut in Game 1 vs. Rochester on 4/19â€¦ Posted another five-game point streak (2+6) from 3/09 to 3/18â€¦ Registered a season-high three assists against Milwaukee on 3/17â€¦ Recorded a team-high 18 multi-point outings on the seasonâ€¦ Scored a pair of goals vs. Oklahoma City on 1/06â€¦ Had a five-game point streak (1+5) from 11/19 to 12/04â€¦ Opened the campaign with a season-long seven-game point streak (2+8) from 10/08 to 10/26â€¦ 2010-11: Skated in eight NHL contests with the Toronto Maple Leafs, earning one assistâ€¦ Registered 47 points (14+33) in 64 AHL contests with the Marlies, finishing first on the team in assists and pointsâ€¦ Tied for fifth in goals, including six on the power-playâ€¦ Ranked second with 146 shots on goal while averaging .73 points per gameâ€¦ Recorded 11 multi-point games, ranking first (tie) on the teamâ€¦ Enjoyed a three-game goal-scoring streak (3+1) from 3/08 to 3/12â€¦ Had a four-game point streak (3+5) from 11/06 to 11/11, a stretch that also featured three straight multi-point gamesâ€¦ Had a three-game assist streak (2+3) from 1/09 to 1/16â€¦ Assisted on three goals at Peoria on 12/21â€¦ Scored his first goal as a Marlie in a three-point game (1+2) at Oklahoma City on 11/07â€¦ Collected an assist in his season debut for the Marlies at San Antonio on 11/03â€¦ Posted first point as a Maple Leaf with an assist at Pittsburgh on 10/13â€¦ Earned 12:14 of ice time and notched three shots over 18 shifts against Ottawa on 10/09â€¦ Began the season with the big club, making his Leafs debut and winning 100% of his face-offs vs. Montreal on 10/07â€¦ 2009-10: Opened the campaign by recording 13 assists in seven games with the Marliesâ€¦ 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 stretchâ€¦ Matched his season-high with three helpers vs. Wilkes-Barre/Scranton on 11/01â€¦ Collected three assists in his Marlies debut at Abbotsford on 10/20â€¦ Finished the season with Djurgardens IF of the SEL, notching 11 points (4+7) and 12 PIM in 27 gamesâ€¦ Racked up eight PIM in five SEL postseason appearances for Djurgardens IFâ€¦ 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 seasonâ€¦ Scored one goal with 15 PIM and logged a season-high 17:24 over 22 shifts vs. Vancouver on 11/22â€¦ Assisted on a pair of goals at the New York Islanders on 11/08â€¦ Scored his first goal as a Penguin vs. Philadelphia on 10/14â€¦ Made his Penguins debut against New Jersey on 10/08, seeing 11:13 of ice timeâ€¦ 2007-08: Scored two goals and added one assist in 33 NHL games with the Phoenix Coyotesâ€¦ Appeared in 27 games for the AHLâ€™s San Antonio Rampage, recording 25 points on 10 goals and 15 assistsâ€¦ Averaged .93 points per game and was +9 with the Rampageâ€¦ Contributed five assists and 10 PIM in seven Calder Cup Playoff appearances with San Antonioâ€¦ Made his Rampage playoff debut in Game 1 of San Antonioâ€™s first-round series against Toronto, earning two assistsâ€¦ Closed out the regular season with six points (4+2) over the final five games, including a goal in each of his last three outingsâ€¦ Posted a three-game point streak (1+6) from 3/23 to 3/29â€¦ Had a season-long seven-game point streak (4+5) from 2/29 to 3/20â€¦ Scored his first goal as a member of the Rampage at Lake Erie on 2/01â€¦ Notched two assists in his San Antonio debut at Lake Erie on 1/31â€¦ Registered one assist and won 81.8% of his face-offs against Toronto on 11/24â€¦ Netted second goal of the season at St. Louis on 10/30â€¦ Scored a goal and was +1 vs. Edmonton on 10/18â€¦ Skated 15:28 and tabbed three shots vs. Boston on 10/06â€¦ 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 Coyotesâ€¦ Had a four-game point streak (2+3) from 2/13 to 2/19â€¦ Skated a season-high 20:41 and won 50.0% off his face-offs over 29 shifts at Nashville on 2/19â€¦ Scored a goal and added an assist at Tampa Bay on 2/13â€¦ Took a game-high six shots against Minnesota on 2/03â€¦ Notched a season-high three points (2+1) and five shots vs. Los Angeles on 11/30â€¦ Recorded his first assist with the Coyotes vs. Minnesota on 11/14â€¦ Scored his first goal as a Coyote at St. Louis on 10/17â€¦ Made his Coyotes debut against the New York Islanders, skating 12:44 and earning 16 shiftsâ€¦ 2005-06: Amassed one goal and four PIM in 23 combined NHL appearances with the Carolina Hurricanes and St. Louis Bluesâ€¦ Scored one goal in 21 games with Carolina before a midseason trade to St. Louisâ€¦ Played in two games with the Bluesâ€¦ Totaled 41 points (16+25) and 35 PIM in 39 AHL games between the Lowell Lock Monsters and Peoria Rivermenâ€¦ Appeared in four postseason contests with the Rivermen, collecting six points (2+4) and six PIMâ€¦ Picked up three points (2+1) and was credited with seven shots in his playoff debut for Peoria in Game 1 at Houston on 4/21â€¦ Ended the regular season with 11 points (6+5) over Peoriaâ€™s final six games, including a season-best five-point outing (3+2) at Omaha on 4/08â€¦ Posted a three-game assist streak (0+5) from 3/04 to 3/07, including a three-assist game at Omaha on 3/05â€¦ Had a three-game point streak (2+3) for the Rivermen from 2/24 to 3/01â€¦ Potted a pair of goals and added an assist vs. Chicago on 2/26â€¦ Notched his first two points with the Rivermen with two assists vs. Iowa on 2/12â€¦ Made Peoria debut vs. Syracuse on 2/07â€¦ Made his Blues debut at Detroit on 2/01, skating 6:52 and recording one shotâ€¦ Posted a five-game point streak (2+4) with Lowell from 1/06 to 1/14â€¦ Netted lone NHL goal at Buffalo on 11/09â€¦ Made season debut for Carolina at Tampa Bay on 10/05â€¦ 2004-05: Spent the entire campaign with the AHLâ€™s Lowell Lock Monstersâ€¦ Scored a career-high 29 goals and chipped in 31 assists for 60 points in 76
games for Lowellâ€¦ Finished second on the team in goals and ranked fourth in assists and pointsâ€¦ Piloted Lowell to a third-place finish in the Atlantic Divisionâ€¦ 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 roundâ€¦ 2003-04: Recorded three assists and two PIM in 17 NHL games with Carolinaâ€¦ Paced AHL Lowell in scoring with a team-high 52 points (17+35) in 61 gamesâ€¦ Finished tied for second with 17 goals while his 35 assists were also a team-bestâ€¦ Represented Lowell at the 2004 AHL All-Star Gameâ€¦ Collected an assist and skated a season-high 14:35 at Pittsburgh on 3/19â€¦ Recorded two shots in his season debut for Carolina at Colorado on 2/03â€¦ 2002-03: Notched three points on two goals and one assist in 19 NHL games for Carolinaâ€¦ Ranked third in scoring among Lowell skaters with 31 points (13+18) despite appearing in just 38 AHL contestsâ€¦ Recorded his first NHL assist and multi-point game with two points (1+1) at Pittsburgh on 4/02â€¦ Earned a season-high 22 shifts and 17:20 of ice time at Atlanta on 3/26â€¦ Scored his first-career NHL goal on the power-play in his first-career NHL game at Phoenix on 2/26â€¦ Finished the game with 10:44 of ice time, winning 83.3% of his face-offs in his NHL debutâ€¦ 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 Lowellâ€¦ Led all Lock Monsters rookies in scoring and finished third overallâ€¦ Added two points (1+1) and two PIM in five Calder Cup Playoff appearances for Lowellâ€¦ 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 gamesâ€¦ Posted his second straight 40-goal season and was the only Frontenac to reach the mark in back-to-back seasonsâ€¦ Finished eighth in the league in goals and 18th in the OHL in scoringâ€¦ Finished first on the team and tied for 12th in the league with three shorthanded talliesâ€¦ His three shorthanded assists placed fifth among OHL leadersâ€¦ Paced the OHL with two overtime game-winning goalsâ€¦ Scored six power-play goals and finished third with a +21 on-ice ratingâ€¦ 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 spanâ€¦ Tallied a 10-game point streak (8+11) from 1/20 to 2/16â€¦ Matched his season-high with four points (1+3) against Brampton on 2/03â€¦ Scored one goal and added three assists vs. Ottawa on 12/02â€¦ Notched a season-high four points (2+2) at Sudbury on 11/14â€¦ Had an eight-game goal-scoring streak from 11/10 to 11/25, scoring 11 goals and 19 pointsâ€¦ Tied for the OHLâ€™s third-longest streak of the season... 1999-00: Named the recipient of the William Hanley Trophy as the OHLâ€™s Most Gentlemanly Player after pacing Kingston with 40 goals and 94 points in 59 gamesâ€¦ Ranked second on the team with 54 assists and finished fifth in the OHL scoring raceâ€¦ Tied for eighth in the league in goals and seventh in assistsâ€¦ 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, respectivelyâ€¦ Contributed three shorthanded goals and averaged a team-best 1.59 points per gameâ€¦ Had a team-best 29 multi-point gamesâ€¦ Registered four assists in five OHL postseason appearances for Kingstonâ€¦ 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 stretchâ€¦ 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 spanâ€¦Collected a single game-high six points (1+5) vs. Plymouth on 11/19â€¦ Scored two goals and one assist in his season debut at Toronto on 9/26â€¦ 1998-99: Ranked second among Kingston skaters with 85 points (29+65)â€¦ Led the Frontenacs with 56 assists and finished fifth with 29 goals in 67 appearancesâ€¦ Placed 15th in the OHL in assistsâ€¦ Scored one goal with seven assists for eight points in five playoff contestsâ€¦ 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 spanâ€¦ Assisted on four goals at Brampton on 2/28â€¦ Posted a six-game point streak (5+10) from 11/01 to 11/14â€¦ Notched second hat trick at Belleville on 9/30â€¦ Opened the campaign with a five-point outing (2+3) vs. Mississauga on 9/25â€¦ 1997-98: Finished third among OHL rookies in scoring with 74 points (23+51) in 62 games with Kingstonâ€¦ Led all Frontenacs freshmen in goals, assists and points and ranked sixth overallâ€¦ Tied for 13th in the league with 51 assistsâ€¦ Notched 22 of his 51 helpers on the power-play, good 11th in the OHL in that categoryâ€¦ Netted nine power-play goals and placed second on Kingston with a +23 on-ice ratingâ€¦ Posted 19 multi-point gamesâ€¦ Recorded seven points (1+6) in 12 playoff games, tying for seventh in postseason scoringâ€¦ Netted first playoff goal in Game 7 of Kingstonâ€™s first-round series vs. Oshawa on 3/26â€¦ Collected first playoff point with an assist in Game 5 vs. Oshawa on 3/24â€¦ Made his OHL postseason debut in Game 1 of Kingstonâ€™s first-round series against Oshawa on 3/15â€¦ Had a three-game goal-scoring streak (3+2) from 2/24 to 2/28â€¦ Scored his first-career hat trick as part of a four-point game (3+1) vs. Owen Sound 1/16â€¦ Scored a pair of goals and added three assists at Toronto on 11/23â€¦ Opened his rookie campaign with a five-game point streak (1+13) from 9/17 to 9/26â€¦ Registered five assists at Oshawa on 9/21â€¦ Scored his first goal, recorded his first assist and collected his first-career multi-point game in his OHL debut against Oshawa on 9/17â€¦ 1996-97: Tallied seven points (2+5) and two PIM in eight games with the Wexford Raiders of the MetJHLâ€¦ 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