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Height  6 ft 1 in (185 cm)
Name  Pavel Brendl
Current team  Brynas IF
Playing career  2001–present
Career start  2001
Shoots  Right
Weight  93 kg
Position  Right Wing
Role  Ice hockey player

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Born  March 23, 1981 (age 34)Opocno, Czechoslovakia (1981-03-23)
Slovak teamFormer teams  HK 36 SkalicaNHLPhiladelphia FlyersCarolina HurricanesPhoenix CoyotesCzechOcelari TrinecHC PardubiceHC Kometa BrnoSHLMora IKBrynas IFKHLTorpedo Nizhny NovgorodHC Neftekhimik NizhnekamskLiigaKalPaNLARapperswil-Jona Lakers
NHL Draft  4th overall, 1999New York Rangers
Similar People  Patrik Stefan, Kris Beech, Jan Hlavac, Jan Marek, Alexandre Daigle

Pavel brendl

Pavel Brendl (born March 23, 1981) is a Czech professional ice hockey forward who currently plays for the HKM Zvolen in the Slovak Extraliga.


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Playing career

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Brendl was a highly rated junior star with the Calgary Hitmen of the Western Hockey League, winning numerous awards and making the all-star team of the 1999 Memorial Cup. This led to him being drafted fourth overall in the 1999 NHL Entry Draft by the New York Rangers. However, Brendl's talent never translated to stardom at the NHL level, where he managed only 22 points in 78 career games with the Philadelphia Flyers, Carolina Hurricanes, and Phoenix Coyotes.

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In 2006, Brendl joined the Swedish Elitserien team Mora IK for which he scored the most goals in the Elitserien during the regular season. After one season with the team he signed a three-year contract with Brynäs IF, also in Elitserien. Brynäs regards the signing of Brendl as one of the club's biggest and most spectacular signings in the recent history of the club. In June, 2008, Brendl signed with the Russian team Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod in the Kontinental Hockey League. In the inaugural season of the KHL, Brendl led the league in scoring with 35 goals (with another Czech forward Jan Marek).

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In 2010, Brendl signed with the KalPa of the SM-liiga.


  • Awarded the Bob Clarke Trophy (WHL Top Scorer) in 1999
  • Awarded the Jim Piggott Memorial Trophy (WHL Rookie of the Year) in 1999
  • Awarded the WHL Plus-Minus Award (Top plus-minus) in 1999
  • Named to the CHL All-Rookie Team in 1999
  • Named to the CHL First All-Star Team in 1999
  • Named to the CHL Third All-Star Team in 2000
  • Gold medal at the World Junior Championships in 2001
  • Named to the World Junior Championships All-Star Team in 2001
  • World Junior Championships' Best Forward in 2001
  • Records

  • Calgary Hitmen's franchise record for goals in a season (1998–99) (73)
  • Calgary Hitmen's franchise record for points in a season (1998–99) (134)
  • Elitserien record for most goals in one season (2006–07) (34)
  • Elitserien record for most points by a foreigner in one season (2006–07) (57)
  • References

    Pavel Brendl Wikipedia