Andrej Nestrasil (F)
||Prague, Czech Republic
2012-13: Won the Calder Cup with the Griffinsâ€¦Logged 25 games with Grand Rapids during the regular season, registering six points (3-3â€”6)â€¦Also appeared in one AHL playoff gameâ€¦Recorded points in back-to-back games, 2/15/13-2/17/13â€¦Racked up 41 points (11-30â€”41) with the Walleye, adding three points (1-2â€”3) in four postseason gamesâ€¦Ranked third on the team in assists and fourth in pointsâ€¦Amassed 18 points (4-14â€”18) during an 11-game point streak, 11/30/12-12/31/12â€¦Enjoyed a career night on 12/31/12 at Fort Wayne, notching five points (2-3â€”5)â€¦Named the ECHL Plus Performer of the Month for December with a plus-13 rating.
2011-12: Split his first professional season between Grand Rapids and ECHL Toledoâ€¦Made his professional debut with the Walleye, 10/15/11 vs. Chicago, before being called up to Grand Rapidsâ€¦Debuted for the Griffins, 10/21/11 at Oklahoma City, and earned first star honors the following night after picking up his first two professional points (1-1â€”2) against the Baronsâ€¦Scored again the following night to give him three points (2-1â€”3) in his first three AHL contestsâ€¦Recorded four points (3-1â€”4) in 25 total games with the Griffinsâ€¦Skated in 51 games for the Walleye, tying for fifth in team scoring with 29 points (7-22â€”29)â€¦Racked up eight points (1-7â€”8) over a four-game stretch with Toledo, 1/27/12-2/1/12.
2010-11: Amassed 70 points (19-51â€”70) in 58 games for QMJHL Prince Edward Island, finishing second in team scoringâ€¦Ranked first on his team and tied for 11th in the league with 51 assistsâ€¦Tied for second on his team with a plus-13 ratingâ€¦Led P.E.I. in playoff scoring with six points (1-5â€”6) in five gamesâ€¦Represented the Czech Republic at the World Junior Championship, contributing three points (1-2â€”3) in six contests.
2009-10: Racked up 37 points (12-25â€”37) in his first 31 games with Victoriavilleâ€¦Finished the season with just over a point-per-game average with 51 points (16-35â€”51) in 50 games after being slowed by a groin injuryâ€¦Appeared in all 16 playoff contests and produced six points (2-4â€”6)â€¦Played for the Czech Republic at the World Junior Championship in Saskatoon, tying for fourth in team scoring with seven points (1-6â€”7) in six games.
2008-09: Debuted in the QMJHL with 57 points (22-35â€”57) in 66 games for Victoriavilleâ€¦Ranked fourth in the QMJHL rookie scoring race and took second place on his teamâ€¦Represented Team Cherry in the CHL Top Prospects Game and scored a goalâ€¦Earned three points (1-2â€”3) in four postseason games.
2007-08: Took second place on his team with 28 points (12-16â€”28) in 40 games with HC Slavia Praha in the Czech junior league.
2006-07: Led his team with 61 points (24-37â€”61) in 43 contests in the Czech under-17 league.