Thomas Pock (D)
Lake Erie Monsters
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2011-12: Spent the season with MoDo in the Swedish Elite League, where he ranked first among team defensemen with 25 points (9g/16a) while appearing in all 55 games…Also skated in six playoff contests. 2010-11: Completed his second season with Rapperswil-Jona (Swiss-A), where he led team defensemen in goals (8), assists (17) and points (25) in 47 games…Skated in 10 postseason contests, ranking third on the club with five points (2g/3a). 2009-10: Appeared in 49 games with Rapperswil-Jona…Ranked second on the team in assists (22) and was third in goals (11) and points (33)…During the postseason, led the squad in assists (7) and ranked third in points (9). 2008-09: Was claimed off waivers by the New York Islanders prior to the season on Sept. 29 and spent the entire year in Long Island…Appeared in 59 games, collecting a goal and three assists. 2007-08: Spent the majority of the year with the Hartford Wolf Pack (AHL), appearing in 74 games…Ranked fourth on the team in assists (37) and sixth in points (44)…Skated in one game for the Rangers…Went scoreless in five postseason contests for Hartford. 2006-07: Recorded eight points (4g/4a) in 44 games with the New York Rangers…Also made four appearances with Hartford (AHL), tallying one assist…Made his Stanley Cup Playoff debut on April 12 at Atlanta and recorded an assist…Went on to collect three points (0g/3a) in the Rangers’ four-game sweep of Atlanta in the first round. 2005-06: Appeared in 67 games with Hartford, ranking third among AHL defensemen in scoring with 61 points (15g/46a)…Also earned three points (0g/3a) in six postseason appearances…Saw action in eight NHL games with the Rangers, picking up a goal and one assist. 2004-05: Spent the majority of the season with the Hartford Wolf Pack (AHL), tallying one goal and five assists in 50 games…Dressed in six playoff games for Hartford…Also spent time with Charlotte (ECHL), where he recorded two points (0g/2a) in three games. 2003-04: Led UMass-Amherst (Hockey East) in scoring with 41 points (16g/25a) in 37 games during his senior season…Signed with the New York Rangers on March 23…Scored his first NHL goal in his professional debut with the Rangers on March 23 against Pittsburgh at Madison Square Garden…Skated in six games with the Rangers, earning four points (2g/2a). 2002-03: Completed his junior season at UMass-Amherst, ranking third on the team in scoring with 37 points (17g/20a) in 37 games. 2001-02: Posted his second-consecutive 12-point season (5g/7a) with the Minutemen. 2000-01: Collected 12 points (6g/6a) and 59 penalty minutes in 33 games as a freshman at UMass-Amherst. International: Represented Austria in the qualifying round of the 2002 Winter Olympics.