Tomas Jurco (LW)
Grand Rapids Griffins
2012-13: Captured a championship for the third straight season, winning the Calder Cup with the Griffins in his first professional season…Tallied 28 points (14-14—28) in 74 regular season games and 14 points (8-6—14) in 24 playoff games…Ranked among team leaders in the regular season with 14 goals (7th), three game-winning goals (T4th), 119 shots (8th) and a 0.118 shooting percentage (6th)…Placed among AHL playoff leaders with 14 points (T12th), eight goals (T6th), four power play goals (T3rd) and three game-winning goals (T2nd)…Made his professional debut on 10/12/12 vs. Milwaukee and notched his first goal/point on 10/19/12 at Rochester…Scored two goals just nine seconds apart, 11/16/12 at Lake Erie, coming two seconds shy of the franchise record…Posted back-to-back two-point games, 3/3/13-3/8/13 and 4/2/13-4/5/13…Recorded seven points (4-3—7) in a seven-game stretch, 4/2/13-4/19/13…Registered two goals in Game 2 of the Western Conference Quarterfinals, 4/28/13 at Houston…Notched five points (2-3—5) in five postseason games, 5/10/13-5/18/13…Set a season high with a four-game point streak, 6/1/13-6/5/-13…Potted four goals in a five-game span, 6/2/13-6/9/13.
2011-12: Amassed 68 points (30-38—68) in 48 games to help Saint John win the QMJHL’s President’s Cup in back-to-back years while reaching the league finals in three consecutive seasons…Capped off his junior career by helping the club to its third straight 100-point season and a winning percentage of 0.811 during his three seasons…Ranked among team leaders with 30 goals (T2nd), 38 assists (5th), 68 points (4th), a plus-46 rating (T4th), seven power play goals (3rd), two shorthanded goals (T2nd), five game-winning goals (3rd) 186 shots (3rd), two shootout goals (2nd) and a 1.000 shootout percentage (T1st)…Tied for fourth in the league in plus-minus and for ninth in game-winning goals…Ranked fourth on his team and in the QMJHL with 29 points (13-16—29) in 16 postseason games…Fell to Shawinigan in the Memorial Cup semifinal in his bid to help the Sea Dogs win two straight titles…Starred for Slovakia at the World Junior Championship in Calgary and Edmonton, Alberta, pacing his country with eight points (1-7—8) in five games and finishing 11th overall in tournament scoring.
2010-11: Logged 60 games for Saint John and helped the team to a dominant season, where it piled up a 58-7-0-3 regular season record, captured the President’s Cup with a 16-3 postseason record and won the 2011 CHL Memorial Cup…Placed sixth on the team with 56 points (31-25—56)…Ranked sixth in the league with a plus-46 rating…Led the QMJHL in shootout goals for the second straight year, tying with teammate Jonathan Huberdeau with five…Tied for fourth in the league with seven game-winning goals…Tied for fourth on the team with 18 points (6-12—18) in 19 playoff games during the team’s championship run…Shared the Memorial Cup lead with four goals among his five points (4-1—5) in four contests…Represented Slovakia at the World Junior Championship in Buffalo, N.Y., recording one goal in six games.
2009-10: Made the move to North America and finished fifth on the Sea Dogs with 51 points (26-25—51) in 64 games…Also ranked among team leaders with 26 goals (4th), 25 assists (9th), a plus-34 rating (7th), seven power play goals (T5th), a 0.186 shooting percentage (3rd), nine shootout goals (1st) and a 0.818 shootout percentage (2nd)…Led the league with nine shootout markers and tied for first with three shootout winners…Ranked fifth among QMJHL rookies in scoring…Registered 17 points (7-10—17) in 21 playoff games to help Saint John reach the QMJHL finals, where it fell to Moncton in six games.
2008-09: Piled up 13 points (8-5—13) in five games for HC Kosice at the under-18 level before graduating to the under-20 level…Led the under-20 team in assists and finished second in points with 49 (19-30—49) in 48 games…Paced his team with five goals in three playoff games…Debuted for his country at the World U18 Championships in Fargo, N.D., and tied for the team lead with five points (2-3—5) in six contests.
2007-08: Finished second on HC Kosice’s under-18 club in scoring as a 15-year-old with 52 points (28-24—52) in 57 games.