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Charlie Stephens

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Position  Centre
Role  Ice hockey player
Current team  Krefeld Pinguine
Name  Charlie Stephens
Career start  2002
Playing career  2002–present
Weight  102 kg
Shoots  Right
Height  1.91 m

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Born  April 5, 1981 (age 42) London, ON, CAN (1981-04-05)
DEL team Former teams  Kolner Haie Colorado Avalanche DEG Metro Stars Krefeld Pinguine
NHL Draft  31st overall, 1999 Washington Capitals 196th overall, 2001 Colorado Avalanche

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Charles Stephens (born April 5, 1981) is a Canadian former professional ice hockey forward currently playing with the senior men's club, the Brantford Blast, who compete for the Allan Cup.


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Playing career

Stephens was highly rated as a young player and was selected first overall in the Ontario Hockey League entry draft, and attained national prominence for his role in the Esquire Swiss Watch company's advertising. He was selected in the second round of the 1999 NHL Entry Draft by the Washington Capitals, but did not sign with them and ultimately was re-drafted in 2001 by the Colorado Avalanche.

After a long OHL career with the Toronto St. Michael's Majors, Guelph Storm and London Knights, Stephens turned pro, but to date has only played 8 NHL games, all with Colorado. On January 23, 2004 Stephens was traded to the Ottawa Senators for Dennis Bonvie. However Stephens never played for the Senators spending most of his time with the Binghamton Senators.

For the season 2006–07 he signed a contract with the DEG Metro Stars of the Deutsche Eishockey Liga. In 2008, Stephens then signed for rivals the Krefeld Pinguine instantly becoming an integral part of the team.

After his third season with the Penguins, Stephens left as a free agent and signed a two-year contract to remain in Germany with Kölner Haie on April 12, 2011.


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