Category:Straubing Tigers players
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1. Mike Bales – Michael Raymond Bales is a Canadian retired professional ice hockey player. A goaltender, he has played for the Boston Bruins and Ottawa Senators in the National Hockey League and he attended the Ohio State University, lettering with the Buckeyes from 1990 to 1992, and was drafted by Boston in the fifth round of the 1990 NHL Entry Draft. He played in the NHL for parts of four seasons, accumulating a record of 2–15–1 and he has played with the DELs Straubing Tigers from 2004 until 2010. On January 29,2011, he signed a contract with the Iserlohn Roosters, DEL and he is the current professional goaltending coach for the Pittsburgh Penguins. Bales entire career as a Boston Bruin consists of 25 minutes played in one game against the New Jersey Devils on January 9,1993 and his busiest NHL season was 1995–96, when he appeared in 20 games for Ottawa. In recent years Bales has been active in the European ice hockey leagues and he then moved to the Deutsche Eishockey Liga in Germany for ERC Ingolstadt and then to the Elitserien in Sweden for Leksands IF. From 2004 to 2010 he played for the Straubing Tigers where he scored his first career goal during the 2005–06 season with the Tigers, selected by Boston Bruins in fifth round of National Hockey League entry draft, June 16,1990. Signed as free agent by Ottawa Senators, July 4,1994, signed as free agent by Buffalo Sabres, September 9,1997. Signed as free agent by Dallas Stars, July 8,1998, on July 23,2011, the Pittsburgh Penguins hired Bales as a goaltender development coach and amateur scout.1 Bales was promoted to goaltender coach by the Penguins on August 19,2013. Selected by Boston Bruins in NHL Entry Draft, signed as free agent by Ottawa Senators. 02/02/95, - 4–6 defeat at Boston, 10/13/95, - 2–6 defeat at Florida. 10/28/95, L 1–4 defeat vs. Florida, 11/04/95, L 4–5 defeat vs. Hartford. 11/09/95, L 3–4 defeat at Boston, 11/16/95, L 3–5 defeat at Philadelphia. 11/22/95, L 2–7 defeat at Pittsburgh, 11/25/95, T 3–3 OT tie vs. Boston. 12/07/95, W 5–2 victory at Chicago, 12/12/95, L 1–2 defeat at San Jose. 12/13/95, L 2–6 defeat at Los Angeles, 12/17/95, L 1–4 defeat at Vancouver 12/27/95, W 4–3 victory at Buffalo. 12/30/95, L 1–4 defeat vs. Montreal, 01/06/96, L 4–5 defeat at NY Islanders. 01/13/96, L 1–4 defeat at Tampa Bay, 01/22/96, L 3–7 defeat vs. Chicago
2. Matt Climie – Matthew Scott Climie is a Canadian professional ice hockey goaltender. He is currently playing with the Straubing Tigers of the Deutsche Eishockey Liga, Climie has played in the National Hockey League with the Dallas Stars and Phoenix Coyotes. Climie played junior hockey for three different teams finishing with the Truro Bearcats in the Maritime Junior Hockey League, in his final season with Truro he was named an MJAHL All-Star, the seasons Most Valuable Player, and shared the leagues Best Goaltending Duo award. Following his junior career he joined the Bemidji State Beavers mens ice hockey team, in his first year with the team he helped the Beavers win the College Hockey America tournament and was named tournament MVP. By the end of his career he set school records for shutouts as a freshman, single-season shutouts, career shutouts. He was also named to multiple All-CHA teams, after completing his career at Bemidji State he signed with the Stars as a free agent. After two seasons in the Stars organization he signed with the Coyotes and he spent one year with Coyotes organization before signing with the Vancouver Canucks. Climie began his hockey career as a back-up goaltender to his brother, Chris. During the playoffs the team went bankrupt and ceased operation, as a result, Climie joined the Bonnyville Pontiacs in the Alberta Junior Hockey League. After one season he was traded for $500 to the Truro Bearcats in the Maritime Junior Hockey League, following the trade Climie had to drive almost 3,000 miles to join his new team. He played the two seasons of his junior eligibility with Truro. In his final season with the Bearcats he finished with a 30–10–5 record and he was named an MJAHL All-Star, the seasons Most Valuable Player, and won the leagues Best Goaltending Duo award with teammate Daniel Turner. Undrafted after his career, a 20-year-old Climie signed a letter of intent with Bemidji State University. He was projected to be the Beavers third-string goaltender, despite being named one of the top ten goaltending prospects to join an NCAA Division I university, as a freshman Climie split time as a starter with Layne Sedevie, after Sedevie struggled in his sophomore season. In his first game Climie recorded a shutout against the Bentley College Falcons, in the College Hockey America tournament Climie recorded back-to-back shutouts. Defeating Air Force 6–0 and Alabama–Huntsville 3–0 in the championship game. By not allowing a goal in the tournament BSU became the first team of the existing Division I conferences to win the tournament without allowing a goal. For his performance in the two victories Climie was named tournament MVP, winning the CHA tournament earned BSU automatic qualification into the NCAA tournament
3. Robert Dietrich – Robert Dietrich was a professional ice hockey defenceman. He was killed in the 2011 Lokomotiv Yaroslavl air disaster, in all players. Dietrich was drafted 174th overall in the 6th round of the 2007 NHL Entry Draft by the Nashville Predators and he played with the DEG Metro Stars of the DEL from 2005 to the 2008. On 16 July 2007, Dietrich was signed to an entry level contract with the Predators. In his second year with the Admirals in 2009–10, he led the team with 43 points for defenseman, on 8 June 2010, Dietrich returned to Germany and signed a two-year contract with Adler Mannheim. On 7 September 2011, he was killed when a Yakovlev Yak-42 passenger aircraft, carrying nearly his entire Lokomotiv team, crashed just outside Yaroslavl, the team was traveling to Minsk to play their opening game of the season, with its coaching staff and prospects. Lokomotiv officials said everyone from the roster was on the plane plus four players from the youth team. List of ice hockey players who died during their playing career Robert Dietrichs career statistics at The Internet Hockey Database Robert Dietrich career statistics at EliteProspects. com
4. Jon Klemm – Jonathan Darryl Klemm is a retired Canadian professional ice hockey defenceman who played in the National Hockey League. He is currently serving as the assistant coach for the Spokane Chiefs, after winning the Memorial Cup in 1991 as a Spokane Chief, Klemm signed as a free agent with the Quebec Nordiques on May 14,1991. Klemm spent the four years predominately with Nords affiliates, the Halifax Citadels. Klemm played his first full season in the NHL in the Avalanches inaugural season in 1995-96, Klemm spent the next 5 seasons firmly entrenched in the Avalanche defense corps, helped the Avalanche to their second Stanley Cup victory in the 2000–01 season. Klemm was used in a role for the Blackhawks and played in a career high 82 games in the 2001–02 season. In his third season with the rebuilding Blackhawks, Klemm was traded to the Dallas Stars for Stephane Robidas on November 17,2003. After the 2004 NHL lockout, Jon helped the Stars return to the playoffs for the 2005–06 season, before losing at the hands of former team, in the 2006–07 season, Klemm was re-signed by the Stars on a club option on June 28,2006. Klemm spent the majority of the season as a healthy reserve and his assist coincidentally came on Mike Modanos milestone 500th goal in a 3-2 victory over the Philadelphia Flyers on March 13,2007. On August 20,2007, Klemm signed for the Los Angeles Kings as a free agent, however prior to the 2007–08 season, on September 28,2007, he was assigned to the Kings AHL affiliate, the Manchester Monarchs, where he served as captain. In the 2008–09 season he played his final year of hockey in the German DEL for the Straubing Tigers. On April 1,2009 Klemm officially retired from the professional ranks, on May 26,2009, Klemm returned to his junior team, the Spokane Chiefs, when he was named assistant coach for the 2009–10 season. Jon Klemms career statistics at The Internet Hockey Database
5. Jason Bacashihua – Jason Bacashihua is an American professional ice hockey goaltender who is currently playing for HC05 Banská Bystrica of the Slovak Extraliga. He has also played in the National Hockey League with the St. Louis Blues, Bacashihua was selected in the first round of the 2001 NHL Entry Draft by the Dallas Stars, 26th overall. He spent two seasons with the Stars AHL affiliate Utah Grizzlies before he was traded on June 25,2004 to the St. Louis Blues for Shawn Belle. Jason played for the Blues AHL affiliates the Worcester IceCats and the Peoria Rivermen before being called up to the main Blues roster, after failing to make the team out of training camp, Bacashihua was assigned to Peoria prior to the 2007–08 season. On November 8,2007, Bacashihua was traded by the Blues to the Colorado Avalanche for future considerations, and was assigned to the Avalanches affiliate, the Monsters are the same Grizzlies franchise, renamed and relocated, with whom Bacashihua started his AHL career. Bacashihua spent the season and a half with the Monsters rotating the starting position with Tyler Weiman. During the 2008–09 season between February and March, Bacashihua won a franchise-best eight straight games and he was selected as the AHL Player of the Week, to mark the first time in franchise history a Monsters player had received the award. On July 31,2009, Bacashihua signed a contract with the Hershey Bears of the AHL for the 2009–10 season. He appeared in games for the Washington Capitals before being reassigned to Hershey. In 22 regular season games he won an impressive 17 however he was demoted to third choice goalie behind Capitals prospects, on July 2,2010, Bacashihua returned to the Colorado Avalanche organization, signing a one-year contract as a free agent for the 2010–11 season. Assigned to reacquaint with the Lake Erie Monsters, Bacashihua split the season with former NHL goaltender John Grahame to form one of the best performing tandems in the AHL. He was recalled by the Avalanche on one occasion to serve as backup in place of the injured Craig Anderson, however failed to make his Avalanche debut. Returning to the Monsters to set a professional best in goals against average. On July 19,2011, Bacashihua signed a contract with the Philadelphia Flyers. Used primarily as a veteran backup within the Flyers organization, he spent the majority of the year with AHL affiliate and he was recalled twice to Philadelphia to dress and serve as a backup, however again was unable to mark a return to the NHL since 2007. On July 22,2012, Bacashihua was signed to his first professional European contract on a deal to become a number one starter with German club. In making his DEL debut during the 2012–13 season, Bacashihua responded with the start with the Tigers to earn a one-year extension on December 28,2012. He appeared in game with the Tigers as their starting goalie to help gain a playoff position through qualification before losing in the first round
6. Michael Bakos – Michael Bakos is a German professional ice hockey defenceman currently playing for the Augsburger Panther of the Deutsche Eishockey Liga. Bakos began playing professionally in 1996 with the Augsburger Panthers, with whom he played for four seasons until 2000, beginning with the 2000–01 season, he played with Mannheim Eagles for six years. He joined ERC Ingolstadt in 2006, during his fourth season with Ingolstadt, on January 2,2010, it was announced that Bakos signed a two-year-contract with the Straubing Tigers to start in the 2010–11 season. Bakos returned to the Augsburger Panthers to begin the 2012–13 season, Bakos was selected to play for the German national team for the 2010 Winter Olympics. Michael Bakoss profile and statistics at DEL. org Michael Bakoss career statistics at The Internet Hockey Database
7. Chad Bassen – Chad Bassen is a Canadian-German professional ice hockey forward who is currently playing with the Iserlohn Roosters of the Deutsche Eishockey Liga. Bassen holds a Canadian and a German passport, part of his family come from Germany and his uncle Mark Bassen also played professionally. Bassen played in the WHL for the Regina Pats, Vancouver Giants, Medicine Hat Tigers, in 2004, he signed his first contract in Germany, joining the Frankfurt Lions of the top-flight Deutsche Eishockey Liga. He left the Lions after the 2006-07 season and moved to the Straubing Tigers and he then played for the Hamburg Freezers during the 2010–11 DEL season. On April 6,2011, Bassen signed with Augsburger Panther to a one-year contract, after the conclusion of his second season with Augsburg in 2012–13, Bassen was released as a free agent and signed for his fifth DEL club, EHC Wolfsburg on July 15,2013. Prior to the 2014–15 campaign, Bassen agreed to terms on a contract with fellow DEL side Iserlohn Roosters, Chad Bassen career statistics at EliteProspects. com Chad Bassens career statistics at The Internet Hockey Database
8. Ryan Bayda – Ryan G. Bayda is a Canadian former professional ice hockey left winger who played 194 games in the National Hockey League. He is currently playing in the senior Chinook Hockey League with the Rosetown Redwings, Bayda was drafted in the third round, 80th overall by the Carolina Hurricanes in the 2000 NHL Entry Draft. He made his NHL debut for Carolina during the 2002–03 NHL season, on July 3,2007, the Hurricanes re-signed Bayda to a one-year, $475,000 contract, a two-way contract which also paid him $100,000 at the AHL level. On July 1,2008, the Hurricanes re-signed Bayda to a one-year, Bayda in his first full NHL season, played in a career-high 70 games and helped the Hurricanes reach the Eastern Conference finals. On September 3,2009, Bayda was invited to the St. Louis Blues training camp for the 2009-10 season, Ryan, however, turned down the offer after the Blues signed forward Derek Armstrong and accepted an invitation to the Pittsburgh Penguins training camp instead. Ryan scored his first career NHL goal against Ed Belfour and the Toronto Maple Leafs on February 18,2003 in a 4-3 Hurricanes loss. On July 12,2013, after three seasons with the Nürnberg Ice Tigers of the Deutsche Eishockey Liga in Germany, Bayda left as an agent to join DEL rivals Augsburger Panther on a one-year deal. In the following 2014–15 season, Bayda was limited to just 6 games, in which he produced 10 points, Bayda as seasons end left as a free agent and signed a one-year contract with fellow DEL club, the Straubing Tigers on March 26,2015. He retired upon the conclusion of the 2015–16 season with the Straubing Tigers and returned to his town of Saskatoon. Ryan Baydas career statistics at The Internet Hockey Database Ryan Baydas biography at Legends of Hockey
9. Eric Beaudoin – Eric P. Beaudoin is a professional ice hockey forward, currently an unrestricted free agent who most recently played with the EHC Olten of the NLB. He has previously played in the National Hockey League with the Florida Panthers, Eric Beaudoin was drafted by the Tampa Bay Lightning in the 1998 NHL Entry Draft. He started his career in the OHL, and has played for the Florida Panthers in the NHL as well as several AHL teams. In the fall of 2005, he signed with the Newcastle Vipers, when he was not signed on after the tryout, Beaudoin agreed to a subsequent two-game tryout with HPK that also did not lead to a contract. Eventually Beaudoin agreed to a contract for the rest of the season with Ässät and he stayed in Mora for three years before signing a one-year contract with Swedish top-team Linköpings HC. After concluding a contract with Linköpings, in May 2009. After just 10 games with the Tigers, Beaudoin opted for a release from his contract to return to Biel, in the 2014–15 season, Beaudoin signed an optional two-year contract with Croatian club, KHL Medveščak Zagreb of the KHL. He played in three games in Zagreb before suffering a season-ending injury, in January 2016, as a free agent, he inked a deal in a return to Switzerland with NLB club, EHC Olten for the remainder of the 2015–16 season. When Olten sacked head coach Heikki Leime during the semifinal series in March 2016. Eric Beaudoin career statistics at EliteProspects. com Eric Beaudoins career statistics at The Internet Hockey Database Eric Beaudoin profile at Eurohockey. com AHL. com article
10. Kris Beech – Kristopher Beech is a Canadian professional ice hockey centre, currently playing for the Belfast Giants in the Elite Ice Hockey League. Beech was born in Salmon Arm, British Columbia, but grew up in Sicamous, Beech was drafted 7th overall in the 1999 NHL Entry Draft by the Washington Capitals. At the time he was playing for the Calgary Hitmen of the WHL, Beech was traded to the Pittsburgh Penguins in July 2001 with Michal Sivek, Ross Lupaschuk and future considerations for Jaromir Jagr and Frantisek Kucera. Beech appeared in 79 games for the Penguins recording 10 goals and 15 assists for 25 points, disappointed with his development, the Penguins traded Beech on September 9,2005 to the Nashville Predators for a conditional draft pick. Beech returned to the Capitals organization on March 9,2006, having been traded, along with a first-round pick and he was sent down to the Hershey Bears to join their AHL playoff campaign and helped them to Calder Cup victory against the Milwaukee Admirals. On January 10,2008, Beech was claimed off waivers from Columbus by the Vancouver Canucks. However, on January 23,2008, after just four games with the Canucks in which he recorded one goal and one assist, Beech was subsequently placed on waivers and claimed by the Washington Capitals. Before playing a game with Washington, Beech was once again placed on waivers. October 10,2008, Beech signed one-year contract with the Swedish Elitserien team HV71 and he joined his new team three days later. On April 28,2009, Beech re-signed to a contract extension with HV71. Prior to the 2009–10 season on September 4,2009, Beech signed a loan contract with HC Genève-Servette. In his eight games with Genève-Servette, he scored two goals, on October 14,2009, Beech was returned to HV71. On May 25,2011, Rauman Lukko announced that Beech has signed a contract with the team. Upon completion of the season with Lukko, Beech was again on the move within Europe signing a contract with Czech team. During the 2012–13 season, on December 4,2012, Beech transferred to join AIK of the Elitserien for the remainder of the season, in the 2013–14 season, Beech moved to Germany to play in the Deutsche Eishockey Liga with the Straubing Tigers. He scored 24 points in 36 games, before opting to transfer to Neighbouring league the EBEL with Austrian club, on July 3,2014, Beech decided to remain in the EBEL signing a one-year contract with HC TWK Innsbruck. On July 2,2015, Beech signed a contract with Irish club
11. Barry Brust – Barry Brust is a Canadian professional ice hockey player. Brust is currently playing for HC Slovan Bratislava of the Kontinental Hockey League, Brust has played in National Hockey League for the Los Angeles Kings. Brust was drafted in the round, 73rd overall in the 2002 NHL Entry Draft by the Minnesota Wild from the Spokane Chiefs of the Western Hockey League. After his final year in the WHL with the Calgary Hitmen, Brust was awarded at seasons end, along with Aeros teammate Nolan Schaefer, the Harry Hap Holmes Memorial Award for the fewest goals against in the AHL. On July 1,2008, Brust was signed to a new deal with the Wild and was assigned back to the Aeros. On July 21,2010, Brust left the Aeros organization after three years and signed as an agent to a one-year contract with the Binghamton Senators of the AHL. After one season with the Senators, during which the team won the Calder Cup, after a solid season abroad in the German DEL, Brust returned to North America to sign a one-year AHL contract with the Abbotsford Heat on August 8,2012. On July 8,2013, Brust signed as an agent to a one-year contract with KHL Medveščak Zagreb of the Kontinental Hockey League. 2001–02 WHL West First All-Star Team 2007–08 AHL Harry Hap Holmes Memorial Award Barry Brusts career statistics at The Internet Hockey Database Barry Brust career statistics at EliteProspects. com