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Branko Radivojevic
Branko Radivojevic
Right Wing
(BRAN-koh ra-dih-VOI-uh-vihch)
Number: 92
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 208
Shoots: Right
Born: Nov 24, 1980
Birthplace: Piestany, Slovakia
Acquired: Signed by Minnesota as a free agent on July 6, 2006.
Drafted: COL / 1999 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 3rd (93rd overall)
Career: Has skated in 320 NHL games during five seasons with Phoenix, Philadelphia and Minnesota...Has recorded 103 career points on 45 goals and 58 assists to go along with 204 PIM...2006-07: Recorded 24 points (11-13=24) as one of four Wild players to appear in all 82 games (career high) during his first season with Minnesota and fifth in the NHL...Recorded Wild's first goal of season as well as an assist vs. COL (10/5)....Collected pair of goals including GWG vs. COL (12/19) to tie career-high for goals in a game...Matched his career-high for points in a game with three assists vs. FLA (2/8)...Notched a goal in consecutive games (3/1-3/4)...Recorded assist for 100th career point at BUF (3/8)...Finished season with a point in three of his last four games, including a goal in two of the last three...2005-06: Scored eight goals and added six assists for 14 points in 64 games with the Flyers...Added 44 PIM...Played 200th NHL game vs. EDM (12/8)...Established a career-high for goals and points in a game with two goals and a helper vs. ATL (11/18) and was named the game’s Second Star...Missed eight games (1/26-2/11) due to a high ankle sprain sustained vs. MTL (1/25)...2004-05: Registered 18 points (7-11=18) and 114 PIM in 31 games for HC Vsetin of the Czech League...Also appeared in 10 games with Lulea HF of the Swedish League and posted 11 points (6-5=11)...2003-04: Split the season between Phoenix and Philadelphia and finished with 32 points (10-22=32) while setting a career high with 22 assists...Began the season in Phoenix and picked up nine goals and 14 assists before being traded to Philadelphia...Played 24 games with the Flyers and scored a goal and eight assists...Set a career-high for assists in a game with three at CAR (1/4)...2002-03: Appeared in a career-high 79 games with Phoenix during first full NHL season...Established career-high for goals (12) and PIM (63)...Added 15 assists for 27 points... Played in NHL’s YoungStars game as part of NHL All-Star Weekend, recording an assist in the game...2001-02: Played 18 games with Phoenix, registering six points (2-4=6) and four PIM...Recorded 39 points (18-21=39) with Springfield (AHL)...Scored first NHL goal vs. VAN (3/7)...Notched an assist in first NHL game vs. CBJ (3/3)...INTERNATIONAL: Collected three points (2-1=3) in seven games for Slovakia at 2007 World Championships...Represented Slovakia at the 2004 World Cup of Hockey...Registered an assist and four PIM in four games...Won a bronze medal with Slovakia at the 2003 World Championships...Played for Slovakia at the 2000 World Junior Championships...AMATEUR: Spent three seasons with Belleville (OHL) from 1998-01...Amassed 234 points (77-157=234) in 188 games... Was named to the OHL First All-Star Team in 2000-01 after racking up 104 points (34-70=104) in 61 games to finish third in the League in scoring...Was named the Belleville Rookie of the Year in 1998-99.

Playoffs: Has collected three points (2-1=3) and 36 PIM in 29 career postseason games... 2006-07: Was scoreless in five postseason games with Minnesota tallying two PIM and a -1 rating...2005-06: Netted one goal in five playoff games with Philadelphia...2003-04: Played in 18 games with Philadelphia and finished with two points (1-1=2)...Recorded first playoff goal, assist and point and was a +4 against TOR (5/2)...2001-02: Appeared in one postseason contest with Phoenix and registered two PIM.

Career Transactions: Signed by Minnesota as a free agent, July 6, 2006; Acquired by Philadelphia with Sean Burke and Ben Eager from Phoenix in exchange for Mike Comrie, February 9, 2004; Signed by Phoenix as a free agent, June 19, 2001; Originally selected by Colorado in the fourth round (93rd overall) in the 1999 NHL?Entry Draft.

Personal: Radivojevic is single and resides in Trencin, Slovakia during the offseason with his son Luka...Nickname is “Radio”...Lists playing tennis as one of his hobbies...Calls his first NHL game as his most memorable hockey moment...His most memorable moment away from the rink is the birth of his son...Began playing hockey at age four and says his parents inspired his hockey career...Al Pacino is the person he would most like to meet...Favorite NHL team as a child was the Buffalo Sabres and favorite player was Jarri Kurri...Calls "Casino" his favorite movie and Robert DeNiro his favorite actor...Also enjoys watching “That 70s Show”...Favorite road city is New York and favorite team to play is Detroit...Favorite sport other than hockey is tennis...Madison Square Garden is his favorite road arena to play in...Favorite athlete is Tiger Woods...Lists the Detroit Red Wings as having the best NHL uniform...Favorite food is chicken and favorite breakfast dish is eggs...Names Morton’s as his favorite restaurant in the Twin?Cities.
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