Last 2 Games

Opponent Date G A P +/- PIM PPG SHG S
minnosota-wild  MIN Oct 06 , 2019 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
calgary-flames  CGY Oct 04 , 2019 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

Regular Season

Team Season GP G A P +/- PIM PPG PPP SHG SHP GWG S S% FO%
colorado-avalanche 2019-2020 51 19 17 36 7 97 4 11 0 0 1 133 14.300% 56.500%
toronto-maple-leafs 2018-2019 73 16 28 44 -2 43 4 13 0 0 5 184 8.700% 55.200%
toronto-maple-leafs 2017-2018 80 32 23 55 2 42 12 19 0 0 3 211 15.200% 50.000%
toronto-maple-leafs 2016-2017 82 32 29 61 -5 95 12 17 0 0 6 236 13.600% 47.900%
toronto-maple-leafs 2015-2016 76 17 28 45 -15 73 4 14 0 0 2 260 6.500% 49.200%
toronto-maple-leafs 2014-2015 73 18 21 39 -6 28 3 7 1 1 2 176 10.200% 46.100%
toronto-maple-leafs 2013-2014 78 21 30 51 -15 67 7 18 0 0 3 149 14.100% 45.300%
toronto-maple-leafs 2012-2013 48 18 26 44 13 23 5 8 0 0 1 107 16.800% 44.200%
toronto-maple-leafs 2011-2012 21 5 2 7 1 10 1 0 0 0 2 28 17.900% 26.700%
toronto-maple-leafs 2010-2011 29 3 9 12 -6 8 0 2 0 0 1 51 5.900% 40.500%
toronto-maple-leafs 2009-2010 1 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.000% 15.400%

Playoff Season

Team Season GP G A P +/- PIM PPG PPP SHG SHP GWG S S% FO%
toronto-maple-leafs 2019 2 1 1 2 1 19 0 0 0 0 0 3 33.300% 46.200%
toronto-maple-leafs 2018 4 0 2 2 0 19 0 0 0 0 0 8 0.000% 41.500%
toronto-maple-leafs 2017 6 1 1 2 0 8 0 1 0 0 0 18 5.600% 52.100%
toronto-maple-leafs 2013 7 1 3 4 5 10 0 0 0 0 0 14 7.100% 31.600%

CAREER

Team Season GP G A P +/- PIM PPG PPP SHG SHP GWG S S% FO%
colorado-avalanche 2019-2020 51 19 17 36 7 97 4 11 0 0 1 133 14.300% 56.500%
toronto-maple-leafs 2018-2019 73 16 28 44 -2 43 4 13 0 0 5 184 8.700% 55.200%
toronto-maple-leafs 2017-2018 80 32 23 55 2 42 12 19 0 0 3 211 15.200% 50.000%
toronto-maple-leafs 2016-2017 82 32 29 61 -5 95 12 17 0 0 6 236 13.600% 47.900%
toronto-maple-leafs 2015-2016 76 17 28 45 -15 73 4 14 0 0 2 260 6.500% 49.200%
toronto-maple-leafs 2014-2015 73 18 21 39 -6 28 3 7 1 1 2 176 10.200% 46.100%
toronto-maple-leafs 2013-2014 78 21 30 51 -15 67 7 18 0 0 3 149 14.100% 45.300%
toronto-maple-leafs 2012-2013 48 18 26 44 13 23 5 8 0 0 1 107 16.800% 44.200%
toronto-maple-leafs 2011-2012 21 5 2 7 1 10 1 0 0 0 2 28 17.900% 26.700%
toronto-maple-leafs 2010-2011 29 3 9 12 -6 8 0 2 0 0 1 51 5.900% 40.500%
toronto-maple-leafs 2009-2010 1 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.000% 15.400%
Career - 612 181 213 394 -27 486 52 109 1 1 26 1535 11.20% 43.36%

Nazem Kadri Bio

Nazem Kadri of London, Ontario didn’t waste any time learning to skate as he was already on the ice by the age of two and playing organized hockey at four. He played as a youth in his hometown before being drafted into the Ontario Hockey League (OHL) with the 18th overall pick by the Kitchener Rangers in 2006.

Kadri notched 32 goals and 87 points in 130 games with Kitchener while adding 28 points in 29 playoff outings. The Rangers won the OHL Championship in 2007/08 but a few months later the center headed back to his hometown after being traded to the London Knights. In his first season in London he racked up 25 goals and 53 assists for 78 points in 56 games with nine goals and 21 points in 14 postseason outings.

When the 2009 NHL Draft rolled around, Kadri was selected seventh overall by the Toronto Maple Leafs and inked a three-year, entry-level contract a few weeks later. He found himself back with the Knights in 2009/10 though and posted 93 points in 56 contests on 35 goals and 58 assists with nine goals and 27 points in 12 playoff encounters. He made his NHL debut that season however as he played a single game with the Maple Leafs in February, 2010 after being called up on an emergency basis due to injuries.

Kadri started 2010/11 in the American Hockey League (AHL) with the Toronto Marlies and scored 17 goals and 41 points in 44 games while also playing 29 times with the Maple Leafs and registering three goals and nine assists. He also split 2011/12 between the Marlies and Maple Leafs with 18 goals and 40 points in 48 AHL outings and five goals and seven points in 21 NHL games. He also added 10 points in 11 playoff appearances with the Marlies.

The 2012/13 NHL season didn’t face off until January due to a lockout so Kadri skated with the Marlies and registered eight goals and 26 points in 27 games. He was called up for the shortened 48-game NHL season and impressed Leafs’ management with 18 goals and 26 assists for 44 points along with a goal and three helpers in seven playoff games. He placed second on the team in both goals and points during the regular season and no longer had to worry about being sent to the AHL.

Kadri signed a $5.8 million, two-year deal with the Maple Leafs in 2013 and finished the year with 20 goals and 30 assists in 78 games. Over the next two seasons he chipped in with 35 goals and 49 assists for 84 points in 149 games and appeared to be suited to a role as a third-line, two-way center. He also signed a one-year deal for $4.1 million in 2015 and a year later inked a six-year contract for $27 million. Kadri picked up his offensive game in 2016/17 with 32 goals and 61 points in 82 games and proved it was no fluke with another 32 goals and 55 points the next season.

In 2018/19 his production slipped to 16 goals and 44 points in 73 games after the Maple Leafs acquired free agent John Tavares from the New York Islanders and Kadri was more or less used as a checking center. He was also suspended in first round of the playoffs against the Boston Bruins for the second straight season as the Leafs were beaten in seven games in each series. Kadri had also served several regular-season suspensions with the Leafs over the years and this placed his job in jeopardy.

During the summer of 2019, Kadri was traded to the Colorado Avalanche. He left the Leafs with 161 goals and 196 assists for 357 points to his name in 561 regular-season games with three goals and 10 points in 19 playoff contests. Internationally, he won a silver medal with Canada at the 2010 World Junior Championships while recording three goals and five assists in eight games. He also posted three assists in eight games at the 2014 World Championships.

Kadri’s six-feet tall and just over 190 lbs but definitely doesn’t shy away from the rough stuff. He’s also creative with a fine pair of hands and good vision and makes sure he takes care of his defensive responsibilities at the same time. Kadri’s a repeat offender when it comes to NHL suspensions and needs to control his emotions better when things get chaotic on the ice.


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