What team is Grabner on?

What team is Grabner on?

Austria men’s national ice hockey team#40 / Forward
Michael Grabner/Current teams

Is Michael Grabner still playing hockey?

He scored 34 goals for 52 points in his rookie season with the New York Islanders. Even as recently as 2017-18, Grabner held a 34-goal pace as a member of the New York Rangers. With his blazing speed, he was an absolute pain to defend or to get defended by, and he still is now.

Did Michael Grabner retire?

Michael Grabner
NHL team Former teams Free Agent EC VSV Vancouver Canucks New York Islanders Toronto Maple Leafs New York Rangers New Jersey Devils Arizona Coyotes
National team Austria
NHL Draft 14th overall, 2006 Vancouver Canucks
Playing career 2003–present

How old was Michael Grabner when he started hockey?

Grabner was born in Villach, and began playing hockey at the age of five. He played in the 2001 Quebec International Pee-Wee Hockey Tournament with a youth team from Austria. Grabner joined his EC VSV ‘s junior team, scoring 10 points over 13 games in 2002–03.

Who is Michael Grabner?

Grabner was the second player from Austria to be selected in the first round (Thomas Vanek was the first in 2003) when the Vancouver Canucks chose the speedy forward with the No. 14 pick in the 2006 NHL Draft. Grabner was drafted out of Spokane of the Western Hockey League.

How many goals did Michael Grabner score in Spokane?

He played three seasons with Spokane, scoring a team-high 36 and 39 goals, respectively, his final two seasons. After Spokane was eliminated from the 2007 WHL Playoffs, Grabner joined Manitoba, Vancouver’s affiliate in the American Hockey League, for the final two games of the regular season and the playoffs.

How many seasons did Grabner play for the Islanders?

Grabner spent five seasons with the Islanders before being traded to the Toronto Maple Leafs in 2015. Internationally, Grabner has appeared for Austria in both junior and senior tournaments, and played in the 2014 Winter Olympics . Grabner was born in Villach, and began playing hockey at the age of five.


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