• During the 2009 Ontario Hockey League playoffs, Kadri finished third on the London Knights, scoring nine goals and 21 points (9-12-21) in 14 games.
• Despite being slowed down by a broken jaw this season, he led the OHL with 10 shorthanded points (5-5-10) and finished ninth in the league in assists (53). In 56 games, he finished second in team scoring behind John Tavares with 78 points (25-53-78).
• As a member of the Kitchener Rangers in 2007-08, Kadri had 26 points (9-17-26) in the 2008 playoffs, helping lead them to an OHL Championship and the Memorial Cup final.
• A London Junior Knights product, Kadri first played with Timbits hockey after learning to skate at the age of four.
• His most embarrassing hockey moment was falling on a shootout and taking out the goalie during his first season in his hometown of London and his most memorable hockey moment was playing in the 2008 Memorial Cup.
• He credits his dad for having a big influence on his career and his childhood hockey idol was Paul Kariya.
NHL Team: Montreal Canadiens NHL Player: Vincent Lecavalier Shootout move: "Fake shot, back hand, fore hand" Goal celebration: "One knee sweep ice" Video game: NHL '09 Movie: Old School TV show: King of Queens Actor: Will Farrell Artist: Lil Wayne Website: OHL.com Book: Scar Tissue by Anthony Kiedis Pump up song: "Someday" by Flip Syde Home cooked meal: Penne pasta with blush sauce Sport (other than hockey): Basketball Place to shop: Champs
Place to visit: Mexico
You forget how good [Nieuwendyk] was. You hear the points and stuff and you almost forget until they kind of walk you through his career, and that was really cool for me. I might have felt it a little more than some of the other guys because he was one of my favorites growing up, but that was very cool and I'm honored to have been a part of it. I had chills the entire ceremony.
— Calgary's Joe Colborne on the "Forever a Flame" ceremony for Joe Nieuwendyk