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 seasonâ€¦Tallied 28 points (14-14â€”28) in 74 regular season games and 14 points (8-6â€”14) in 24 playoff gamesâ€¦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)â€¦Placed among AHL playoff leaders with 14 points (T12th), eight goals (T6th), four power play goals (T3rd) and three game-winning goals (T2nd)â€¦Made his professional debut on 10/12/12 vs. Milwaukee and notched his first goal/point on 10/19/12 at Rochesterâ€¦Scored two goals just nine seconds apart, 11/16/12 at Lake Erie, coming two seconds shy of the franchise recordâ€¦Posted back-to-back two-point games, 3/3/13-3/8/13 and 4/2/13-4/5/13â€¦Recorded seven points (4-3â€”7) in a seven-game stretch, 4/2/13-4/19/13â€¦Registered two goals in Game 2 of the Western Conference Quarterfinals, 4/28/13 at Houstonâ€¦Notched five points (2-3â€”5) in five postseason games, 5/10/13-5/18/13â€¦Set a season high with a four-game point streak, 6/1/13-6/5/-13â€¦Potted four goals in a five-game span, 6/2/13-6/9/13.
2011-12: Amassed 68 points (30-38â€”68) in 48 games to help Saint John win the QMJHLâ€™s Presidentâ€™s Cup in back-to-back years while reaching the league finals in three consecutive seasonsâ€¦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 seasonsâ€¦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)â€¦Tied for fourth in the league in plus-minus and for ninth in game-winning goalsâ€¦Ranked fourth on his team and in the QMJHL with 29 points (13-16â€”29) in 16 postseason gamesâ€¦Fell to Shawinigan in the Memorial Cup semifinal in his bid to help the Sea Dogs win two straight titlesâ€¦Starred for Slovakia at the World Junior Championship in Calgary and Edmonton, Alberta, pacing his country with eight points (1-7â€”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 Presidentâ€™s Cup with a 16-3 postseason record and won the 2011 CHL Memorial Cupâ€¦Placed sixth on the team with 56 points (31-25â€”56)â€¦Ranked sixth in the league with a plus-46 ratingâ€¦Led the QMJHL in shootout goals for the second straight year, tying with teammate Jonathan Huberdeau with fiveâ€¦Tied for fourth in the league with seven game-winning goalsâ€¦Tied for fourth on the team with 18 points (6-12â€”18) in 19 playoff games during the teamâ€™s championship runâ€¦Shared the Memorial Cup lead with four goals among his five points (4-1â€”5) in four contestsâ€¦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 (26-25â€”51) in 64 gamesâ€¦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)â€¦Led the league with nine shootout markers and tied for first with three shootout winnersâ€¦Ranked fifth among QMJHL rookies in scoringâ€¦Registered 17 points (7-10â€”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 (8-5â€”13) in five games for HC Kosice at the under-18 level before graduating to the under-20 levelâ€¦Led the under-20 team in assists and finished second in points with 49 (19-30â€”49) in 48 gamesâ€¦Paced his team with five goals in three playoff gamesâ€¦Debuted for his country at the World U18 Championships in Fargo, N.D., and tied for the team lead with five points (2-3â€”5) in six contests.
2007-08: Finished second on HC Kosiceâ€™s under-18 club in scoring as a 15-year-old with 52 points (28-24â€”52) in 57 games.