Radko Gudas (D)
||Kladno, Czech Republic
Draft:2010, Tampa Bay, Round 3 (167th overall)
Acquired: Signed a three-year, entry-level contract with the Lightning on August 9, 2010
Made his pro/AHL/Admirals playoff debut on 04/15/11 at Wilkes-Barre/Scrantonâ€¦Established an AHL Admirals record for penalty minutes in a single season by a rookie in 2010-11â€¦Scored the game-winning goal in his second straight game for #1 star on 01/18/11 vs. Syracuseâ€¦Netted the game-winning goal for #1 star on 01/16/11 at Charlotteâ€¦Scored his first pro/AHL/Admirals goal â€“ the game-winner â€“ on 12/11/10 at Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (John Curry) for #1 starâ€¦Recorded his first North American Pro/AHL/Admirals point with an assist on 10/20/10 at Hartfordâ€¦Made his North American Pro/AHL/Admirals debut on 10/09/10 at Binghamton
JUNIOR CAREER NOTES:
2009-10: Led Everett (WHL) in plus/minus (+45) and penalty minutes (151) in 2009-10â€¦Ranked fourth in the WHL in plus/minus rating (+45) in 2009-10â€¦Ranked second among WHL rookies in penalty minutes (151) in 2009-10â€¦Won the Everett Silvertips Ironman Award in 2009-10â€¦Won the Booster Club F.I.E.R.C.E. Predator Award in 2009-10â€¦Was named Second Team Western Conference All-Star in 2009-10â€¦Represented the Czech Republic at the 2009 and 2010 IIHF World Junior Championshipsâ€¦Participated in 2009 Los Angeles Kings Training Camp.
PERSONAL: Father Leo Gudas played 12 seasons of professional hockey in Europe and was a member of the Czechoslovakian team that won the bronze medal at the 1992 Olympics.