Krys Kolanos (RW)
|Birth place:||Calgary, AB|
2012-13: Played in his 300th AHL game on 19/01/13... Holds the Heat franchise record for all-time goals (47)... Recorded six points in six GP for the month of March, including two multi-point games on 13/03/13 at Texas (1-1-2) and on 17/03/13 at San Antonio (0-2-2)
2011-12: Led the Heat in scoring with 61 points (30-31-61)... Awarded Fan Favourite honours in Heatâ€™s season end awards...Captured AHL Player of the Week honours for week ending 30/10/11 recording (4-3-7) in two games... Captured AHL player of the Week honours for week ending 8/04/12 recording (6-5-11) in four games... Recorded 13 multi-point games in 47 games played with the Heat... Recorded career high 5 points (3-2-5) 24/03/12 vs. San Antonio and (2-3-5) 8/0412 vs. Charlotte... Awarded ReGenÂ®/AHL Performance of the Month for March with 5 point (3-2-5) performance 24/03/12
2010-11: Did not play due to injury
2009-10: Attended the Philadelphia Flyers (NHL) training campâ€¦Assigned to Adirondack (AHL) after clearing NHL waivers on 9/22/09â€¦Made his Phantoms debut and had one assist as he played in his 200th career AHL game on 10/9/09 vs. Springfieldâ€¦Scored his 100th career AHL goal, his first for the Phantoms, on 10/17/09 vs. Albanyâ€¦Missed two games due to injury on 11/1/09 vs. Syracuse and 11/4/09 at Bridgeportâ€¦Returned to the lineup on 11/13/09 vs. Binghamtonâ€¦Scored a shootout goal on 11/14/09 vs. Bridgeportâ€¦Assisted on the game-tying goal with 35 seconds left in regulation and scored the game-winning shootout goal on 11/28/09 at Hersheyâ€¦Scored the only Phantoms goal on 12/4/09 vs. Norfolk at Wachovia Centerâ€¦Played in his 400th career Pro game and scored a power play goal on 12/12/09 vs. Wilkes-Barre/Scrantonâ€¦Scored the game-tying goal late in the third period, had an assist and scored a shootout goal on 1/13/10 vs. Bridgeportâ€¦Had back-to-back two-point games with a goal and an assist on 1/15/10 at Norfolkâ€¦Extended his goal streak to three games with an empty net goal on 1/16/10 at Norfolkâ€¦Missed the last two games due to injury and is currently out the lineup.
2008-09: Split the season between the Minnesota Wild (NHL) and the Houston Aeros (AHL)â€¦Led Houston in goals (31) and was third on the team in points (51) despite playing just 45 gamesâ€¦Was recalled to Minnesota five times during the year and played in 21 NHL games overallâ€¦Scored a goal in his first game with the Wild on 11/4/08 at San Joseâ€¦Played in 18 of Houstonâ€™s 20 Calder Cup playoff games, helping the Aeros reach the Western Conference Finals before losing to the Manitoba Moose in six games.
CAREER NOTES: Drafted by Phoenix Coyotes in the 1st Round of the 2000 NHL Entry Draftâ€¦Made his NHL debut with Phoenix at the beginning of the 2001-02 seasonâ€¦Missed a majority of the 2002-03 season recovering from a head injury suffered on 3/20/02 vs. Pittsburghâ€¦Played for Team Canada in the 2003 IIHF World Championships in Finland and helped the Canadians win the gold medal with a 3-2 win over Swedenâ€¦Made his AHL debut with the Springfield Falcons during the 2003-04 seasonâ€¦Claimed off waivers by Edmonton from Phoenix on 11/11/05â€¦Claimed back by Phoenix on waivers from Edmonton on 12/19/05â€¦Traded to Carolina by Phoenix for Pavel Brendl on 12/28/05â€¦Traded to Pittsburgh by Carolina along with Niklas Nordgren and Carolinaâ€™s 2nd round pick in the 2007 NHL Entry Draft for Mark Recchi on 3/9/06 (That draft pick was later traded to San Jose and then to Philadelphia, where the Flyers selected defenseman Kevin Marshall).
COLLEGE/JUNIORS: Played one year of junior hockey with the Calgary Royals of the AJHLâ€¦He scored 110 points (43 goals, 67 assists) in 58 games and was named to the 1999 AJHL First All-Star Team and the AJHL Rookie of the Yearâ€¦Played two years of NCAA Division I college hockey for Boston College of Hockey Eastâ€¦Named to the 2000 Hockey East All-Rookie teamâ€¦Helped the Eagles reach the 2000 NCAA Frozen Four, but lost in the finals to North Dakota 4-2 at the Providence Civic Center â€¦Finished his sophomore season ranked second on the team in points (50) and third in goals (25) and was named to the 2001Hockey East Second All-Star Team and the 2001 NCAA East Second All-American Teamâ€¦Named the 2001 Beanpot Tournament MVPâ€¦Scored the game-winning goal in overtime in the 2001 NCAA National Championship game at the Pepsi Arena in Albany, New York as B.C. beat North Dakota 3-2 for the schoolâ€™s first hockey championship since 1949â€¦He was named to the 2001 NCAA Championship All-Tournament Team.
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|Regular Season Stats|
|2012-13 Regular Season||Abbotsford Heat||53||18||22||40||-11||183||63||3||9||2||0.333|
|2011-12 Regular Season||Abbotsford Heat||47||30||31||61||20||240||47||2||4||1||0.500|
|2009-10 Regular Season||Adirondack Phantoms||27||9||6||15||-3||86||22||3||3||1||1.000|
|2008-09 Regular Season||Houston Aeros||45||31||20||51||5||210||42||5||12||2||0.417|
|2007-08 Regular Season||Quad City Flames||65||30||33||63||-16||272||84||7||16||3||0.438|
|2006-07 Regular Season||Grand Rapids Griffins||17||6||6||12||4||45||8||1||3||0||0.333|
|2005-06 Regular Season||Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins||18||10||8||18||3||58||19||3||6||0||0.500|
|2005-06 Regular Season||Lowell Lock Monsters||19||10||11||21||-2||90||40||1||1||0||1.000|
|2005-06 Regular Season||San Antonio Rampage||3||0||1||1||-3||13||0||0||1||0||0.000|
|2012 Calder Cup Playoffs||Abbotsford Heat||7||5||5||10||4||33||6||0||0||0||0.000|
|2009 Calder Cup Playoffs||Houston Aeros||18||6||8||14||-9||62||18||0||0||0||0.000|
|2006 Calder Cup Playoffs||Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins||11||2||0||2||-3||27||16||0||0||0||0.000|