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Kris Chucko ()

Name: Kris Chucko
Number: 9
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Height: 6-2
Weight: 198
Birthdate: 1986-03-13
Birth place: Burnaby, BC

Biography

2008-09 Highlights: Assigned to the Quad Cities from Calgary’s Training Camp on Sept. 26th. 2007-08 Highlights: Ranked as the eighth best prospect in the Calgary organization by the 2008 edition of The Hockey News Future Watch…Assigned to the Quad Cities on Sept. 19th after attending Calgary’s Training Camp…Was the Flames nominee for Rbk/AHL Player of the Week (Oct. 22nd through 28th) after recording a goal in two games during the week…Played his 100th professional game on Nov. 23rd in Rockford…Scored with 6:13 left in regulation to force overtime, and eventually a shootout, in a 2-1 shootout win over Iowa on Dec. 19th. Chucko was named the game’s second star for his efforts…Recorded his 100th career penalty minute with a fighting major on Feb. 17th vs. San Antonio…Tied a franchise record with four points (two goals and two assists) in a 6-1 win over Grand Rapids on Feb. 24th. Chucko scored the game-winning goal…Recorded the game-winning goal and added an assist on his way to first star honors in a 5-2 win at Iowa on March 15th…Received first star honors after scoring two power-play goals in the Flames home finale on April 11th…Reached a new career high in goals (15) and points (29) with a goal on April 13th vs. San Antonio. Career Highlights: Won the British Columbia Hockey League’s Interior Conference with Salmon Arm in 2003-04. Salmon Arm went on to reach the Finals of the BCHL Playoffs…Selected by the Calgary Flames in the 1st Round (24th Overall) of the 2004 NHL Entry Draft…Was part of a University of Minnesota team that played in the 2005 NCAA Frozen Four…Won a Western Collegiate Hockey Association Regular Season Championship at the University of Minnesota in 2005-06…One of three Omaha Ak-Sar Ben Knights to appear in every game during the 2006-07 season…Was part of the 2006-07 Omaha squad that recorded the best regular season record in the AHL’s Western Conference…Ranked as the sixth best prospect in the Calgary organization by the 2007 edition of The Hockey News Future Watch.