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Weight
  
86 kg

National team
  
Germany

Positions
  
Winger

Name
  
Nikolaus Mondt

Playing career
  
1996

Height
  
1.83 m


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Born
  
9 August 1978 (age 45) Dusseldorf, West Germany (
1978-08-09
)

DEL team Former teams
  
Dusseldorfer EG Kassel Huskies ERC Ingolstadt Kolner Haie Hannover Scorpions

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Nikolaus "Niki" Mondt (born 9 August 1978 in Düsseldorf) is a German former professional ice hockey player. He began and later returned to complete his playing hockey career with Düsseldorfer EG in the Deutsche Eishockey Liga (DEL).

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Playing career

Mondt began his pro career with Düsseldorfer EG during the 1995–96 season, playing 14 games and winning the DEL championship, though he did not dress for a playoff game. In the years following, Mondt was among the top performers on the team until the club was relegated to the 2nd Bundesliga in 1998. He then played two seasons for the Kassel Huskies until he rejoined Düsseldorfer EG when they were promoted back to the top level.

The Ingolstadt Panthers added Mondt during the 2002–03 season, where he would be named a DEL All-Star each of the following two seasons.

After a season with Kölner Haie, Mondt signed with the Hannover Scorpions in 2006. With the Scorpions he again won the DEL championship in 2010, appearing in (an injury-shortened) five post-season games. In 2012 Mondt came back to his hometown Düsseldorf where he plays for Düsseldorfer EG again.

International play

Mondt appeared in the 1999 IIHF World Championship for the German national team, as well as in 1995, representing their junior team.

Awards and achievements

  • DEL Champion - 1996, 2010.
  • Deutscher Eishockey-Pokal Champion - 2005
  • DEL All-Star - 1999–00, 2003–04, 2004–05
  • References

    Nikolaus Mondt Wikipedia


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